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Replogle earns win at Bedford

September 20, 2016 BEDFORD — Bedford Speedway ended the 2016 season with the second day of FallFest on Saturday. more »»

Panthers must get defense up to par

September 20, 2016 The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi hasn’t lost faith in his secondary, though there’s plenty to work on after surrendering 872 yards through the air in the last two... more »»

Mount learning despite rocky start

September 20, 2016 CRESSON — The Mount Aloysius women’s volleyball team has set high goals for this season and are unfazed by being ranked sixth in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference. more »»

Turiano achieves tennis milestone

September 20, 2016 From Mirror reports Mariah Turiano, a Hollidaysburg graduate, was recently recognized for 100 career wins for the Westminster women’s tennis tea. more »»

Ruggles rewarded for Penn State Altoona tennis team

September 20, 2016 The Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference announced Monday that Penn State Altoona freshman Annie Ruggles was its women’s tennis player of the wee. more »»

Flash back honored for effort at Columbia

September 20, 2016 LORETTO — Saint Francis junior running back Marcus Bagley was named NEC Offensive Player of the Week honors after his 220-yard performance at Columbia on Saturday. more »»

Steelers, Cincy downplay tension

September 18, 2016 The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — The Cincinnati Bengals insist they’re past the meltdown that cost them so dearly in a playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last January. more »»

Pro wrestling or NFL today? We’ll find out

September 18, 2016 PITTSBURGH — So what do we get at 1 o’clock this afternoon, NFL or WWE? It’s the first showdown of the season between the Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals and, just as the TV announcers always say,... more »»

Pitt must wait for heartbreaking loss

September 18, 2016 By John Tranchina The Associated Press STILLWATER, Okla. more »»

Central falls in tourney finals

September 18, 2016 By Buck Frank Central High School junior Olivia Smith is not used to losing on the soccer field. more »»

Altoona splits games

September 18, 2016 FROSTBURG, Md. — The Altoona boys soccer team finished second on Saturday at the Mountain Ridge Tournament in Maryland, losing 2-1, to Brunswick, Md. more »»

Lady Lions have plenty of youth

September 18, 2016 The 2016 edition of the Penn State Altoona women’s tennis team features a young roster, with nine of squad’s 11 players being first-year members of the program. more »»

Tyrone’s Kohler running himself into the spotlight

September 18, 2016 By Buck Frank Tyrone Area High School junior Joe Kohler has shown steady improvement during his high school cross country career. more »»

Flash pick up first win of season

September 18, 2016 From Mirror, wire reports NEW YORK — Marcus Bagley ran for a career-high 220 yards, Zach Drayer found Kamron Lewis on a 72-yard fourth-quarter touchdown strike and St. more »»

State elk viewing opportunities happening now

September 18, 2016 Elk can be a spectacular sight any time of year, but these impressive animals are especially compelling to view in the fall, which is the mating season for elk. more »»

Hunters must be aware of baiting

September 18, 2016 Some years ago, on the opening day of bear season, I decided to take my rifle along while I scouted out my favorite deer stand in the Game Lands. I had little hope of seeing a bear. more »»

Mtn. Lions cap thrilling comeback

September 17, 2016 McMURRAY — Altoona fell behind but never gave up against Peters Township on Friday night. more »»

Honsaker, Dill win at Sinking Valley

September 17, 2016 TYRONE — The team of Garth Honsaker and Rick Dill won the gross division title at the 2016 Senior Best Ball Tournament at the Sinking Valley Country Club. more »»

Tigers run into buzz saw

September 17, 2016 CUMBERLAND, Md. — Fort Hill came into Friday night’s game with visiting Hollidaysburg as the reigning three-time Maryland Class 1A state football champion. more »»

Irwin ignites Marauders’ romp

September 17, 2016 When it comes to Blair County sports, few names are more recognizable than Irwin. As far back as the 1930s, Tom Irwin Sr. more »»

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