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Pirates can improve in second half

July 3, 2016 PITTSBURGH—The halfway point of the season officially arrived for the Pirates with Saturday night’s game. There’s no question the first half has been disappointing. They’re a shade under . more »»

Pirates can improve in second half

July 3, 2016 PITTSBURGH—The halfway point of the season officially arrived for the Pirates with Saturday night’s game. There’s no question the first half has been disappointing. They’re a shade under . more »»

White’s no-hitter lifts Johnston

July 3, 2016 John White fired a no-hitter to help Johnston Realty down Railbirds, 5-0, in the Altoona AAABA League on Saturday at Juniata. White struck out five and walked three as Johnston Realty moved to 9-3. more »»

Coho earns recognition

July 3, 2016 Kiersten Coho, a Claysburg-Kimmel graduate, was named to the second team of the Division II All-American college softball squad for her efforts playing for Mercyhurst this past season. more »»

Becoming a common site

July 3, 2016 As my brother and I unloaded our kayaks and began unpacking our fishing gear, I was delighted to see no other vehicles at the popular parking spot along the Juniata River last Wednesday morning. more »»

Bill could eliminate confusion over firearms

July 3, 2016 When World War II was raging, I was in grade school, and so the impact of that war did not hit me until many years later. I do remember that my father’s brother was killed at the Battle of the Bulg. more »»

Curve rally falls short

July 2, 2016 The Curve dug themselves a hole that was too big to dig themselves out of Friday night. more »»

Altoona’s Donley earns top award from Hines Ward’s organization

July 2, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Recent Altoona Area High School graduate Sarah Donley was honored two weeks ago by Positive Athlete Pittsburgh, an organization founded by ex-Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward. more »»

Claysburg tunes up for playoffs

July 2, 2016 CLAYSBURG — Winning pitcher Tyler Shaw went 3-for-4 with a triple, and Joel Musser hit a solo homer as Claysburg wrapped up the Cambria County American Legion regular season by beating visiting... more »»

LHAC names stars

July 2, 2016 Local athletes were recognized when the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference recently announced its all-conference selections for the spring sports season. more »»

Area softball roundup

July 2, 2016 Keystone Girls Minor Division W-L Warriors Mark 1 8-1 Marco’s Pizza 7-2 Graystone 6-3 Cumming Motors 6-3 Warriors Mark 2 4-5 Eckles Plumbing 3-6 Castle Construction 2-7 Sheetz/Tyrone 0-9 June 27... more »»

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 »»

 
 
 

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