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Rutgers’ secondary issues

September 19, 2015 Five things to look for as Penn State looks to extend Rutgers’ misery, both in terms of the extensive problems the program is currently dealing with, as well as historically in a series the Nittany... more »»

Marauders keep rolling

September 19, 2015 EBENSBURG — The Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School football team is quickly putting any thoughts that 2015 might be a rebuilding season to rest. more »»

Rivalry? No, but neither were Maryland, Temple

September 19, 2015 There’s been a lot of talk about rivalries lately, whether Rutgers or Temple or Maryland qualifies as a true Penn State rival. Here’s a short answer: They don’t. more »»

Scarlet Dragons tamed by Clearfield

September 19, 2015 ROARING SPRING — If you were late getting to Friday night’s Clearfield at Central game, you probably missed the Scarlet Dragons scoring their first touchdown two plays into the contes. more »»

Juniata Valley dominates play­ in victory

September 19, 2015 ALEXANDRIA — Claysburg-Kimmel came into Friday night’s game at A.R. Simkins Field riding momentum from a 2-0 record. Juniata Valley, meanwhile, came in with an 0-2 record. more »»

Burch’s five touchdowns spark struggling B-A squad

September 19, 2015 BELLWOOD — Bellwood-Antis found itself in an unfamiliar position Friday night at Memorial Stadium. more »»

Williamsburg defense stands out in shutting down Glendale

September 19, 2015 WILLIAMSBURG — After putting up 21 points in the first half against Glendale, the Williamsburg football team found itself struggling to move the ball in the final two quarters. more »»

Sherkel leads Knights’ rout of Tussey

September 19, 2015 By Ty R. States For the Mirror SAXTON — Moshannon Valley made sure its good start to the season would continue Friday. more »»

Black Panthers rally in second half for victory

September 19, 2015 LOYSBURG — After opening the season with two very one-sided wins, Northern Bedford’s 25-13 Inter-County Conference Gold Division victory over Bedford County archrival Everett Friday night was a... more »»

Tyrone uses big-play ability in victory

September 19, 2015 By Philip Cmor pcmor@altoonamirror. more »»

Regional football roundup

September 19, 2015 Portage 61 Windber 6 PORTAGE — The unbeaten Portage Mustangs have surpassed the 60-point plateau in all three contests this year, and that run continued Friday night with a thrashing of Windber. more »»

Lions are fed to the Sentinels

September 19, 2015 By Nate Ritchey NEW PARIS — Chestnut Ridge had a tall task facing them heading into Friday night’s contest with Fort Hill of Maryland. more »»

Bisons post solid road win at Somerset

September 19, 2015 SOMERSET — In a clash of early leaders in the Laurel Highlands Conference, Bedford blanketed Somerset’s offense and overcame a litany of penalties to remain unbeaten with a 28-18 victory Friday night. more »»

Heights runs away from BC

September 19, 2015 PATTON — Slow starts have hampered Cambria Heights through the first two weeks of the season, but on Friday night the Highlanders were able to get the upper hand early, and the end result was a... more »»

Fast start leads Rangers past PC

September 19, 2015 CRESSON — Forest Hills got clicking early, while Penn Cambria couldn’t find an offensive rhythm much of the night as the Rangers spoiled the Panthers’ homecoming with a 40-12 win Friday nigh. more »»

Lions battling injury woes

September 18, 2015 Home might be where the heart is, but Altoona Area High School football coach John Franco is hoping it’s where the Mountain Lions can get healthy, too. more »»

Golden Tigers hike mark to 7-0 with victory

September 18, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Noah Kustenbauder and Austin Burket scored goals for Hollidaysburg as the Tigers improved to 7-0 after their 2-0 win over Indiana in high school boys soccer Thursday. more »»

Lady Bisons outlast BC

September 18, 2015 EBENSBURG — Bedford defeated Bishop Carroll Catholic in a five-set back-and-forth battle, 25-23, 25-20, 19-25, 19-25, 15-13, in high school girls volleyball Thursda. more »»

Tigers defeat Central

September 18, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Hollidaysburg cruised past Central, 9-0, as it won five singles and four doubles high school tennis matches Thursday. more »»

DelBaggio keys Lions’ win

September 18, 2015 Austin DelBaggio captured medalist honors with an 80 as Altoona defeated Bellwood-Antis, 340-423, in high school golf Thursday at Park Hills Country Club. Mountain Lion J.P. more »»

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