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Bishop Guilfoyle manhandles Westmont Hilltop

September 7, 2014 If it had been a boxing match, it would have been a first-round TKO. more »»

Golden Eagles survive another close one

September 6, 2014 ROARING SPRING — Jake Makdad had the game in his hands. Literally. All he had to do was catch the ball. “I’m not going to lie. I don’t have the best hands on the team. more »»

Lions’ lead evaporates

September 6, 2014 John Franco had a hard time masking his disappointment. more »»

Tigers fade in 2nd half

September 6, 2014 MURRYSVILLE — Hollidaysburg made the long trip west Friday in search of its second win in as many games to start the 2014 season. more »»

Wood helps Blue Devils take care of MV

September 6, 2014 BELLWOOD — Cameron Wood ran for just 20 yards on 12 carries in Bellwood-Antis’ season-opening loss to Tyrone. Just a week later, Wood only received one more carry, but the results were much different. more »»

Warriors answer Vikes’ challenge

September 6, 2014 EVERETT — Everett’s Kyle Sheaffer delivered and connected on punch after punch after punch throughout his team’s Inter-County Conference Inter-divisional battle with Glendale on Friday night. more »»

C-K's Johnson tough in 4th

September 6, 2014 CLAYSBURG — Senior quarterback Logan Johnson gives Claysburg-Kimmel big-play capability from everywhere on the football field. more »»

Titans cash in on Black Panther turnovers

September 6, 2014 LOYSBURG — Tussey Mountain’s defense made its presence known in Friday’s installment of the “Backyard Brawl” with Northern Bedford. more »»

Blue Pirates waste chances

September 6, 2014 THREE SPRINGS – Opportunities came but the Williamsburg football team didn’t take advantage of many of them Friday nigh. more »»

Trojan offense keeps rolling

September 6, 2014 ALEXANDRIA — Beating Mount Union this season is going to be a tall task — taller than the corn stalks in the cornfield by Juniata Valley’s A.R. Simkins Memorial Fiel. more »»

Special teams, turnovers doom Colts

September 6, 2014 NORTHERN CAMBRIA—Special teams and turnovers usually are the difference in a rivalry game between two evenly matched team. more »»

Highlanders unable to play for 48 minutes

September 6, 2014 PATTON — For 36 minutes Friday, Cambria Heights was about as dominating as a high school football team can be, running 52 plays to Bishop McCort’s 31, recording 13 first downs to the Crushers two an... more »»

Regional football roundup

September 6, 2014 Portage 42 North Star 8 BOSWELL — Caleb Kephart rushed for 124 yards on just nine carries, scoring three first-half touchdowns as Portage improved to 2-0, thanks to a win at North Star. more »»

Bedford shows depth in victory

September 6, 2014 EBENSBURG — If you love offense and huge individual performances then Ebensburg was the place to be Friday night as Bedford and Central Cambria each racked up over 400 total yards in the Bisons... more »»

Panthers record comeback win

September 6, 2014 CRESSON — Penn Cambria receiver Jake Hurley isn’t one of the more physically imposing players in the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference, but the five-foot eight speedster made his presence felt in... more »»

Carroll put to bed early in setback to Johnstown

September 6, 2014 LORETTO — Friday night’s high school football matchup between Bishop Carroll Catholic and Johnstown was scheduled for a late start, kicking off at just after 8 p.m. more »»

Chestnut Ridge falls victim to Sentinels

September 6, 2014 CUMBERLAND,?Md. — The Chestnut Ridge Lions began the game the way they wanted to play it, with a methodical, time-consuming drive to take the ball into Fort Hill territory. more »»

Beating Tigers would be big boost

September 5, 2014 If there has been a theme running through the Altoona Area High School football program this preseason and early season as it tries to snap a string of six straight losing seasons, it’s been “change... more »»

Marauders keeping focus on the field

September 5, 2014 After reaching the District 6-A championship game last November and returning an excellent nucleus for this season, the Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School football team entered the 2014 season... more »»

Eagles, Dragons are emotional rivals

September 4, 2014 Opening the season with back-to-back emotion-charged games can be reason for concern, but it shouldn’t be a problem for the Central and Tyrone high school football teams when they square off on... more »»

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