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Locke could be unlucky guy

July 3, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Jeff Locke is the likely candidate to head back to the minor leagues when Francisco Liriano comes off the disabled list for the Pittsburgh Pirates. more »»

Martin Oil, Park earn playoff byes

July 2, 2014 Martin Oil and Park Furniture earned the top two seeds in the George B. Kelley Federation, which concluded its regular season on Tuesday night. more »»

Lytle shuts down Conrad/Lilly

July 2, 2014 Andy Lytle threw a complete game, as he allowed just four hits and struck out 10, in Locker Room’s 10-0 victory over Conrad Chiropractice/Lilly American?Legion in a Greater City Baseball League game... more »»

Garcia’s night goes for naught

July 1, 2014 BOWIE, Md. — Curve outfielder Willy Garcia has been a bright spot on what has been dismal year for the team. Garcia enjoyed a stellar month in June with season highs in batting average (. more »»

Showing the value of hustle

July 1, 2014 When the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Mets Friday night in extra innings, the man at the center of attention was utility man Josh Harrison: not only for his walk-off double in the 11th inning, bu... more »»

17-year old captures first at Dog Hollow

July 1, 2014 STRONGSTOWN — Seven­teen year-old Shane Weaver, of Marion Center, won his career first Lias Tire FASTRAK Crate Late Model feature Friday night at Dog Hollow Speedway. more »»

Carper qualifies for NACAC Under-23 Championships

July 1, 2014 SACRAMENTO — Former Robert Morris University track and field standout Chris Carper finished 11th in the javelin at the 2014 USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships Sunday at Hornet Stadium in... more »»

Big fifth inning propels Johnston Realty

July 1, 2014 Johnston Realty broke open a one-run game with five runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to pull past Grandview Meats, 9-4, in Altoona City/AAABA League action on Monday night at Mansion Park. more »»

Bucs figure out Colon

June 30, 2014 PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Pirates fared a lot better facing Bartolo Colon for the second time this season. more »»

Chambers’ parents on hand for emotional Curve game

June 30, 2014 Their son was loved and admired by so many people. All of the tears that were shed honoring him Sunday night were just a small indication of that. more »»

Brainpower on display in B-Mets, Curve game

June 30, 2014 The Ivy League usually isn’t the first place you think of when it comes to professional athlete. more »»

Pens’ hiring of Tocchet a risky choice

June 30, 2014 PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Penguins’ eventful offseason took an especially interesting turn when Mike Johnston’s hiring as head coach was announced last week. more »»

McCutchen-less Bucs figure out how to win

June 30, 2014 PITTSBURGH — Things couldn’t have gone much better for the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday. more »»

Area youth baseball

June 30, 2014 Logan Township Youth Baseball Association MAJOR LEAGUE FYE DIVISION W-L Gieg Law Offices 18-1 Peterman's Florist 11-8 McCloskey Remodeling 4-15 Sheetz 0-18 LOGAN DIVISION W-L Stroehmann's 16-3... more »»

Ketrow Insurance slips past Delweld

June 30, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — Jaret Berardinelli drove in three runs as the Altoona AAABA League’s Ketrow Insurance beat Delweld of the Johnstown league, 7-6, at Roxbury Park on Sunday. more »»

Sheetz earns first two victories; DC Moyer beats Spring Cove

June 30, 2014 Sheetz picked up its first wins of the Kelley Federation season with a sweep over Mountain View Archery, winning 14-13 in nine innings and 9-7 on Sunday at Vets Field. more »»

Lee cherishes Spirit award

June 30, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Darby Lee won numerous awards over her high school basketball career. But the one she won Sunday night is the one she’s most proud o. more »»

Pittsburgh selects local product Lafferty

June 29, 2014 Sam Lafferty had been there for many of the firsts at Galactic Ice in Altoona. The first practices, the first games, the first Mid-State Mustangs national championships and many in betwee. more »»

Ingold winds up ‘great ride’ at Penn State Altoona

June 29, 2014 Fredina Ingold has spent the last few weeks with tears in her eyes. After working practically her entire career at Penn State, Ingold is retiring. more »»

 
 

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