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Area looking for next flight of top golfers

August 18, 2013 A year after Central Cambria finished fourth in the state and Max Kirsch took eighth individually in the PIAA championships, the landscape of area high school golf has changed. more »»

2013 high school girls track preview

March 24, 2013 It’s been a frustrating preseason for spring sports coaches throughout the area, and it’s no exception for those leading track and field programs. more »»

Wilson-Adams hoping for repeat

March 23, 2013 Last year, Tyrone’s Charles Wilson-Adams got a taste for gold when he competed at the PIAA state track and field championships, winning the top honor in the high jump. more »»

Local teams hope top arms bring titles

March 21, 2013 Altoona and Hollidaysburg will be attempting to defend District 6 titles, and two more area programs that reached district title games but lost in 2012, return their top pitchers. more »»

Turiano returns for Hollidaysburg’s title quest

August 20, 2012 The girls tennis team at Hollidaysburg Area High School and Central High School both won the District 6 team championships, AAA and AA, respectively. more »»

Kirsch will defend title while helping CC try to stay on top

August 19, 2012 Experience. That will be what several teams in the Altoona Mirror Coverage area will be gaining or losing at the start of the 2012 high school golf season. more »»

High school softball preview

March 22, 2012 When it came to high school softball in 2011, several local teams in the Mirror coverage area did quite well for themselves, especially if you were the Philipsburg-Osceola Lady Mountie. more »»

High school baseball preview

March 21, 2012 Three teams from the Mirror coverage area will attempt to defend district titles when the high school baseball season kicks off in the upcoming days. Of those teams, Bedford has the most coming bac. more »»

Repeat after me

September 6, 2010 By Scott Franco, sfranco@altoonamirror.com When it comes to successful high school girls volleyball programs, a few teams in the Mirror coverage area have some big-time pedigree. more »»

A Golden opportunity

September 1, 2010 Hollidaysburg was the only high school boys soccer team from the Mirror coverage area to make it to a district title game last season, falling to State College, 2-1, in overtime. more »»

Still drilling the competition?

May 16, 2010 Despite having just three returning starters, defending George B. Kelley Federation champion Martin Oil has once again been tabbed as one of the favorites to win the league by opposing managers. more »»

Lofty expectations

March 24, 2010 Hope springs eternal for area teams as the 2010 high school baseball season gets underway for squads in the Mirror’s coverage realm this week. more »»

Sey(ing)mour success?

September 1, 2009 With two straight PIAA Class AA state championship trophies being added to the Central Cambria High School trophy case, the Lady Red Devil cross country team is building somewhat of a dynasty in... more »»

Bearcats return eight starters

September 1, 2008 The Huntingdon Area High School field hockey team is coming off of its best season since Vickie Schneider took over the program seven years ago. more »»

A Seymour sequel?

August 27, 2008 Judging from the veterans the Central Cambria and Chestnut Ridge girls’ cross country teams have returning, the two teams are likely to make a run at another championship season. more »»

Tyrone / Shaffer doing a little bit of everything for Eagles

August 22, 2008 Even at traditionally talent-laden football venues like Tyrone Area, small-school athletes are often asked to do everything but distribute game programs and work the concession stands. more »»

Claysburg-Kimmel / Knott hoping to making a bigger impact

August 22, 2008 Running back Daniel Knott was Claysburg-Kimmel’s go-to player on offense over the second half of the 2007 football seaso. more »»

Northern Bedford / Black Panthers hoping rebuilding goes smoothly

August 22, 2008 In more ways than one, the 2008 football season could be viewed as a rebuilding one for Northern Bedford. more »»

Bedford / Krupa looks forward to making his team matter

August 22, 2008 The Bedford football program has faced plenty of adversity the past two seasons, but none of the on-field issues can compare to what senior Josh Krupa has gone through. more »»

Mo Valley/Neff’s dream becoming reality

August 22, 2008 Moshannon Valley’s Tyler Neff is entering his third season as the starting quarterback. Some might think he’s passing that off as just another bit of news, but that’s not the case. more »»

 
 

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