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MU too much for Everett

October 12, 2013 EVERETT — After Mount Union scored first, and Everett matched that on the ensuing possession, the Warriors looked like they were ready to match the Trojans blow-for-blow and score-for-score in their... more »»

Young QB leads Mo Valley to win

October 12, 2013 HOUTZDALE — The Glendale football team hasn’t gotten the upperhand on too many opponents this season. more »»

Frustrated teams squaring off at Mansion Park

October 11, 2013 John Franco will admit to you that patience isn’t a virtue he possesses in abundance. more »»

Tigers hoping to build on win

October 11, 2013 Hollidaysburg Area High School football coach Homer DeLattre has said in recent weeks that he’d like to see his team become more of a force with its running game. more »»

Wing-T offense catching on with area football teams

October 9, 2013 It has become the smorgasbord of high school football offenses, offering something for just about everybod. more »»

BG beats BC in football battle

October 6, 2013 Maybe he was inspired by seeing his counterpart, Greg Snyder, successfully call for one on a first-quarter touchdown drive, or maybe he felt it was necessary because Marauders were finding getting t... more »»

Hollidaysburg pulls even with road victory

October 5, 2013 ALLISON PARK — Hollidaysburg shrugged off a two-and-a-half hour bus ride to Hampton and found a way to win a slugfest, 17-1. more »»

Oliver enough for Eagles

October 5, 2013 TYRONE — If you’ve got a horse, ride him, and the Tyrone Golden Eagles have one of the region’s top stallions in James Oliver. more »»

Second half dooms Lions

October 5, 2013 GREENSBURG — One year ago, Altoona scored a 17-14 victory over Hempfield at Mansion Park, and the win started a surge that led it to a spot in the WPIAL Class AAA playoffs. more »»

Gray pivotal to B-A win

October 5, 2013 EVERETT — Bellwood-Antis senior all-state running back Casey Gray believes that he reaches down for some extra intangible when he finds himself with the football in the open field. more »»

Taylor playing to whistle keys Hornets win

October 5, 2013 ALEXANDRIA — With 22 seconds left in a tied game and Juniata Valley with the ball at the Williamsburg 11 after the Green Hornets’ last timeout, the referee blew the whistle at almost the same time a... more »»

Lions get defensive in win

October 5, 2013 NEW PARIS — If the Chestnut Ridge High School football team had lost quarterback Beau Bosch to an injury last season, it would have almost signalled a death-knell for the Lions, who needed to... more »»

Bedford rides run game to win

October 5, 2013 BEDFORD — Defense may win championships, but offense wins games. Just ask the Bedford Bisons. more »»

Tussey’s offense rolls in victory

October 5, 2013 FLINTON — From the very first offensive snap, the Tussey Mountain offense clicked on all cylinders Friday night against Glendale at Dr. Roy F. Baker Field. more »»

Despite big offensive night, Central beaten by Fort Hill

October 5, 2013 ROARING SPRING — On a night when the Central offense put up up 354 yards of offense with a nice balance of pass and run, the Fort Hill, Md. Sentinels did them one better, actually 16 points better. more »»

Penn Cambria gets first win

October 5, 2013 PATTON — Penn Cambria football coach Jason Grassi knew it was just a matter of time. That time finally came on Friday nigh. more »»

Mo Valley holds off C-K rally

October 5, 2013 CLAYSBURG — Moshannon Valley came within inches of giving Claysburg-Kimmel a chance to tie the game up late on a two-point conversion try. more »»

Rested Portage rolls to win

October 5, 2013 NANTY GLO — Some people might think it would take a little while for a football team to shake off the rust after missing a week of competition. more »»

CC beats up on Hills

October 5, 2013 SIDMAN — Central Cambria’s Will Seymour got the better of Forest Hills’s Joe Donoughe in a shootout between two of the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference’s top quarterbacks Friday night as the... more »»

Poor second half dooms Panthers

October 5, 2013 LOYSBURG — Northern Bedford coach Jeff Batzel knew his unbeaten Panthers would be facing a stiff test against Mount Union, but even he didn’t know the Trojans were as good as they displayed Friday... more »»

 
 

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