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Resilient Curve extend lead in division

July 1, 2016 Austin Meadows got promoted to Triple-A two weeks ago, and the Curve responded by winning six in a row. Jose Osuna got promoted Wednesday, and the club won its first game without him the next day. more »»

 
 
 
Penn State adds fee to park

July 1, 2016 There will be one big change to the Blue-White Game next year for some Penn State fan. more »»

Leap to participate at Olympic Trials

July 1, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — Fresh off his sixth-place finish at the NCAA Track and Field Championships, Brian Leap is taking a step up in competition. more »»

Rodriguez’s work hitting a switch for defensive whiz

July 1, 2016 SEATTLE — Clint Hurdle speaks with great appreciation for what Sean Rodriguez brings defensively, playing wherever Pittsburgh needs him to be in the field. more »»

Huntingdon graduate will lead team in Rio

July 1, 2016 From Mirror reports Huntingdon Area High School graduate Gregory Walker will be heading to Rio later this year to coach in the Paralympic Games. more »»

Shuff, Wise Trailer Sales pound Johnston Realty

July 1, 2016 Hunter Shuff had two hits and drove in five runs for Wise Trailer Sales as it defeated Johnston Realty, 16-3, in five innings at Mansion Park in an Altoona AAABA game Wednesday. more »»

Leib ‘a pro’s pro’

July 1, 2016 Former Scotch Valley club professional Brian Leib is still doing what he loves as the head of golf operations at Hanover Country Club. more »»

Golfers bogey Olympics

July 1, 2016 Just a few years ago, the golf world was ecstatic about the decision of the International Olympic Committee to include golf as a competing event in the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Olympics. more »»

Spikes’ McCarvel hits for cycle in win

July 1, 2016 UNIVERSITY PARK — Ryan McCarvel became the second player in State College Spikes history to hit for the cycle, and Ronnie Williams tied a franchise record with 10 strikeouts to lead the Spikes past... more »»

Wood continues solid summer with strong effort in Hershey

July 1, 2016 HERSHEY — Hollidaysburg’s Isaac Wood tied for 28th in a field of 129 competitors at the 2016 Junior Boys Championship at the Hershey Country Club this past wee. more »»

Altoonan trying to earn Olympic javelin berth

June 30, 2016 Altoona’s Chris Carper heads to Eugene, Ore., today with one goal in mind: Return as a U.S. Olympia. more »»

BG’s Irwin commits to Harvard

June 30, 2016 When Andrew Irwin was in the process of making a decision as to where to continue his education and football career, Harvard University stood out for him like the prominent crimson color that the... more »»

Osuna gets promotion to Triple-A

June 30, 2016 Just minutes after dropping an ugly 13-4 loss to Binghamton, the Altoona Curve locker room erupted in an enthusiastic celebration. more »»

Five area players make state-wide first team

June 30, 2016 Five players from the Altoona Mirror coverage area — including two from PIAA Class AA quarterfinalist Philipsburg-Osceola — have been named to the Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches... more »»

Walters, Park Furniture rally past Martin Oil

June 30, 2016 Park Furniture battled back from a 7-4 deficit and knocked off Cox Division leader Martin Oil, 10-8, in a George B. Kelley Federation game on Wednesday night at Vets Field. more »»

Juniata volleyball adds Perehinec

June 30, 2016 HUNTINGDON — The Juniata men’s volleyball team welcomes a freshmen class of seven to the 2016-17 season, and one of them is Altoona’s Frank Perehine. more »»

Curve pull out victory in ninth

June 29, 2016 On a night headlined by a former superstar coming to town, the resilient Curve spoiled the visit for Jose Reyes and Binghamton by erasing a six-run deficit and winning, 8-7, on a walk-off double fro... more »»

Claysburg deals Bedford first Legion loss

June 29, 2016 CLAYSBURG — Dakota Chamberlain had three hits and two RBIs, and Luke Eberhart had two hits and scored a run as Claysburg handed Bedford its first loss in Cambria County American Legion action, 7-4,... more »»

Pitt will sell beer during games

June 29, 2016 PITTSBURGH — The University of Pittsburgh plans to expand beer sales at its football games at Heinz Field starting this season. Athletic director Scott Barnes says beer will be sold stadium-wide. more »»

Curve lose game in 8th

June 28, 2016 In the span of exactly one month, the Curve erased an 8¢-game deficit in the standings to leap into first place. In the span of 2 hours and 51 minutes Monday, they fell back to second. more »»

Embattled Reyes plays in Altoona tonight

June 28, 2016 The national domestic violence discussion is coming to a very public local stage tonight in Altoon. more »»

 
 
 

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Curve's Austin Meadows getting promoted to Triple-A

June 17, 2016 The Pirates are promoting prized outfield prospect Austin Meadows to Triple-A Indianapolis, ending the brief tenure of one of the best Curve players ever. more »

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