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Well-traveled Redman named Everett’s coach

August 14, 2015 After coaching football at 10 different high schools from Ohio to Texas to Kentucky to Maryland to West Virginia to Europe, Winston Redman is ready to finally settle dow. more »»

PSU women’s volleyball voted Big Ten’s favorite

August 14, 2015 ROSEMONT, Ill. — The top-ranked Penn State women’s volleyball has been voted the Big Ten’s preseason favorite in the 2015 Big Ten Preseason Poll. The No. more »»

Red Flash teams add 5

August 14, 2015 LORETTO — Saint Francis University tennis coach Rob Castille announced the addition of two players to the men’s tennis roster and three players to the women’s tennis roster for the 2015-16 campaign. more »»

PC grad Quinn looking forward to his pro career

August 14, 2015 Cresson native Kevin Quinn is well on his way to his ultimate goal of establishing a career in the golf industry. Quinn is currently working at Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Briarcliff, N.Y. more »»

Love: Mom, son reign at Park Hills

August 14, 2015 A fairly unique occurrence happened last weekend as Park Hills Golf Club concluded its annual club championship: Both the men’s and ladies’ stroke play championships were won by a golfer named Kirsch. more »»

Dziabo wins by 1 for stroke play title

August 14, 2015 CRESSON — Quintin Dziabo carded a 147, winning the Summit Country Club’s Stroke Play Club Championship by one over David DeGol Jr. (148) in the championship flight last weekend. more »»

Wise Trailer Sales knocks off nemesis

August 13, 2015 AAABA national tournament Altoona Wise Trailer sales 6, Philadelphia 2 WINDBER — During last year’s All American Amateur Baseball Association National Tournament, Philadelphia was a pest that... more »»

Shubik, Landolfi prevail

August 13, 2015 Mansion Park men’s summer basketball Division 1 final Guy Landolfi 72, Mama randazzo’s 54 By his own admission, Drew Shubik doesn’t consider himself a particularly integral part of the Guy Landolfi,... more »»

Frazier carving Curve legacy

August 13, 2015 Adam Frazier’s name is nowhere to be found on the Eastern League leaderboard, but the Curve infielder is well on his way to winning the batting titl. more »»

Sirju’s clutch free throws point EAMS to D2 crown

August 13, 2015 East American Motor Sports’ Mike Sirju took an elbow to side of the head in the CBRC Mansion Park Summer Basketball League Division 2 championship game and stayed down on the court several moments... more »»

Wilson-Adams, quickness help DeGol conquer D3

August 13, 2015 The No. 1 seed, DeGol Organization, had to deal with a short bench in the Mansion Park Men’s Division 3 Summer Basketball championship game Wednesday night — carrying just two extra players. more »»

Ex-coach Walter set to join C-K football staff

August 13, 2015 CLAYSBURG — Reversing earlier opposition after residents and players spoke out, the Claysburg-Kimmel School Board agreed Wednesday to take on former football head coach Gabe Walter as a volunteer... more »»

Altoona entry now 2-0

August 12, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Just one batter into Tuesday’s All American Amateur Baseball Association National Tournament game, Wise Trailer Sales sent relief pitcher Pete Schaefer to the bullpen to get loose. more »»

Mealing keys Jim’s Hauling

August 12, 2015 Lysa Mealing’s junior season at Lock Haven was halted by an ACL and MCL tear last September. “After my injury, the only thing I could do was shoot for a really long time,” she said. more »»

Curve squander big lead; drop into third in West

August 12, 2015 For the first time in four months, the Curve have fallen below second place in the Western Division standings, and thereby out of ownership of a playoff spo. more »»

Long’s Electric slides by No. 2 Locker Room

August 12, 2015 With just one blemish on its record, top-seeded Long’s Electric entered Tuesday’s game against Locker Room as the unquestioned favorite to win the title. more »»

Beating The Odds bags Co“BRH”s by point

August 12, 2015 Beating the Odds entered this year’s playoffs as the fifth-seed with a 7-5 record, but Mike Luciano and company played with something to prove and, well, they beat the odds. more »»

Competitive walking, running help area doctor live life on her own terms

August 11, 2015 Dr. Megan Hess has a doubly unique perspective on living a full life with a cancer diagnosis. more »»

Wise passes first test

August 11, 2015 LILLY — Wise Trailer Sales caught most of the All American Amateur Baseball Association by surprise when it went 3-2 in last year’s AAABA National Tournament. more »»

Bucs provide prime-time entertainment

August 11, 2015 Some general observations while marveling at the 20-plus-games-over-.500 Pittsburgh Pirates: n Heard some grumbling from Bucco fans Monday morning who had purchased tickets for a 1:30 p.m. more »»

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