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Pentoney speaks out on Buie’s State status

January 20, 2010 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Hollidaysburg Area High School boys basketball coach Mick Pentoney has never been much of a fan of Penn State’s Ed DeChellis. Pentoney’s always rooted for West Virginia. more »»

Bisons were area feel-good story

December 5, 2009 WINDBER — Central. Bellwood-Antis. Tyrone. Portage. Hollidaysburg. Huntingdo. more »»

Devils show collective strength

November 28, 2009 The visage of veteran Bellwood-Antis High School football coach John Hayes reflected the image of his 2009 Blue Devils. more »»

Tigers endure bumpy ride in ’09

November 21, 2009 Hollidaysburg Area High School’s football season began with a scrimmage at Mansion Park and ended there on Friday night with a 21-14 loss to Johnstown in the District 6 Class AAA championship game. more »»

Blue Devils summon extra motivation

November 21, 2009 BELLWOOD — For the things working in Bellwood-Antis’ favor heading into its much-anticipated showdown with Portage Area — playing at home, the superior size, the more-challenging schedule, the... more »»

Dragons stake their claim

November 7, 2009 ROARING SPRING — Lucas Blattenberger’s rugged, 12-yard first-quarter touchdown run was emblematic of Central’s overall effort in its 14-7 win over Tyrone on Friday night. more »»

Bellwood player gets special surprise

September 4, 2009 Bellwood-Antis High School junior football player Josh Gongloff is hoping for a victory tonight in the Blue Devils’ annual “Backyard Brawl’’ rivalry game with neighboring Tyrone. more »»

Tussey, Everett futures bright

February 26, 2009 JOHNSTOWN — Keith Moyer cracked a smile and a joke. more »»

SC sweep especially painful for Lady Tiger senior players

February 25, 2009 LORETTO — Joe Hurd tried his best to console his Hollidaysburg Area High School girls basketball players with a long postgame talk after their 52-43 loss to State Colleg. more »»

Isenberg left long-lasting impression

November 27, 2008 Sports in our region lost a good friend earlier this week. Jesse Isenberg, a fixture on the local sports scene for five decades, died Monday at Somerset Hospital. He was 7. more »»

Williams picks right time to shine

September 28, 2008 UNIVERSITY PARK — Amidst one of the most electrifying atmospheres in Penn State football history, it was the Nittany Lions’ Williams — not the player with the same last name on the other team — who... more »»

Event helps bring friends together

June 22, 2008 Larry Ryland and Derek Day were going through the line, slapping and shaking hands with opposing players following the West’s lightning-shortened 10-0 win in the PSFCA East West All-Star Football... more »»

Brumbaugh’s legacy cherished at Claysburg-Kimmel

March 29, 2008 LORETTO — Jill Brumbaugh will always be seared into the memory of Hollidaysburg girls basketball coach Joe Hurd. With good reason. more »»

Chemistry carries NC on big journey

March 15, 2008 UNIVERSITY PARK — Whether it won or lost Friday afternoon in the PIAA Class AA championship team, the Northern Cambria High School girls basketball team had already made an impression that figures t... more »»

Making the most of a mess

March 3, 2008 The roads were atrocious on Friday, and, if you talk to a lot of people, so was the PIAA’s decision to go ahead and play its first-round basketball tournament games that night. more »»

Topping State College good measuring stick for Altoona

September 22, 2007 After what’s happened to the Altoona Area High School football team the last couple of years against State College, you could imagine that sinking feeling Mountain Lion senior Joey Mummert... more »»

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