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Mounties moving on to state team tourney

ROARING SPRING — Philipsburg-Osceola punched its ticket to the state team golf championships Wednesday with a 325-332 win over Rockwood at the District 5-6 subregional tournament at Iron Masters Country Club. Senior Ky Bender led the Mounties with a low score of 80, and classmates Keegan ...

Bellwood to honor Hayes

For a man that is retired, former Bellwood-Antis football coach and athletic director John Hayes is having a pretty eventful year. Hayes was inducted into the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in May, and it was announced he’ll also be inducted into the Blair ...

Skelley, Stevens advance to final

Altoona Area High School’s Emma Skelley and Morgan Stevens will play in the District 6 Class 3A Doubles Tennis championship match today. Top-seeded Skelley and Stevens defeated two teams on Tuesday at Mansion Park to advance to today’s noon final against State College’s Catelyn Janac ...

Love, Shaffer set marks at Hollidaysburg course

HOLLIDAYSBURG — The Hollidaysburg boys claimed four of the top five spots in wins over Portage (16-46) and Clearfield (16-43) in high school cross country action Thursday. Ben Love won the boys race in 17:47 for the Tigers, setting a new course record in the process. Chris Love was in ...

CC sweeps Hilltoppers to go 13-0

JOHNSTOWN — Central Cambria’s undefeated march continued with a 25-18, 25-18, 25-7 sweep of Westmont Hilltop in high school girls volleyball action Monday night. Cass Bezek had 11 service points and 23 digs for the Lady Devils (13-0), while Liz Bopp led the team in kills (11), and also ...

Bellwood rallies to beat Glendale

FLINTON — Glendale claimed the first two sets (25-19, 25-19) against Bellwood-Antis before B-A won the next three (25-19, 25-19, 15-10) to capture the match on Tuesday night in high school girls volleyball action. Sakeria Haralson fronted the Lady Blue Devils with 19 kills, 13 blocks and 12 ...

Ratchford, Kush to meet for District 6 2A title

Westmont Hilltop High School sophomore Alyssa Kush will be trying for her second straight District 6 Class 2A singles tennis championship against a familiar opponent. Kush will face Central Cambria junior Olivia Ratchford in Wednesday’s final for the second straight year after both advanced ...

Lady Devils sweep to remain unbeaten

Undefeated Central Cambria recorded a sweep of Bishop Guilfoyle (25-23, 25-20, 25-13) Monday at the Pleasant Valley Gym in high school girls volleyball. Central Cambria (9-0) received 11 kills from Liz Bopp and Maggie Kudlawiec. Bopp also added seven blocks and three aces and Kudlawiec added ...

Hollidaysburg girls fall at Indiana

INDIANA — Taylor Hileman carded a 46, but Hollidaysburg lost to Indiana, 181-240, at the Indiana Country Club on Monday in high school girls golf play. Sydney Brice’s 42 for Indiana was the medalist. HOLLIDAYSBURG (240): Hileman 46, Stitt 58, Shoemaker 60, Cummings 76. INDIANA (181): ...

Kuntz, Central Cambria star at Carlisle Invitational

CARLISLE — Central Cambria’s cross country team had a stellar showing at the Carlisle Invitational on Saturday. The Lady Red Devils won the girls champion race with the top five times combining for 1:43:03.3. Stella Kuntz finished fourth in 19:47 as the Mirror coverage area’s top ...

Musser, Beasom power Hornets

ALEXANDRIA — Juniata Valley improved to 8-1 with a 25-11, 22-25, 25-12, 25-18 win over Claysburg-Kimmel in high school girls volleyball Tuesday. Emma Musser led JV with 22 service points, 15 kills and four blocks while teammate Maddy Beasom added 12 kills and 14 digs. Hayden Taylor added 10 ...

P-O claims Mountain League

ORE HILL — Philipsburg-Osceola’s Chad Frank shot the afternoon’s low score of 75, and the Mounties shot a team score of 311 to top seven Mountain League opponents and clinch the Mountain League championship Tuesday at Iron Masters Country Club in high school golf. Frank’s teammate ...

Mountain sets mark as Dragons cruise

HUNTINGDON — Central picked up a 6-1 win over Mountain League opponent Huntingdon to clinch the Mountain League championship in high school girls tennis Tuesday. Kierra Mountain, Lindsey Kensinger, Aleah Trueman, Toni May and Allison Brooks were all singles winners for the Lady Dragons. ...

B-A hands Mount Union first loss

BELLWOOD — The Bellwood-Antis boys handed Mount Union its first loss of the season with a 28-29 win on Tuesday in high school cross country. Kenny Robison won the boys race in 18:29, a full minute ahead of teammate Cadeon Poe in 19:29. Ashley Yohn led Bellwood by winning the girls race in ...

Central golfers prevail

MOUNT UNION — Central was able to come away with the team victory over Mount Union on Friday, 377-414, in high school boys golf action at American Legion Country Club. Mount Union’s Trey Heffelfinger shot a 69. Mason Baker shot the low score of 87 to lead the Dragons, while Cohen Fisher ...

Eagles’ Hoy, Savino finish first, second

MARTINSBURG — Garin Hoy and Matt Savino finished first and second, respectively, as the Tyrone boys picked up wins Tuesday over Clearfield, 20-35, and Central, 16-42, in high school cross country action. Hoy won in 18:59 while Savino was right on his tail by one-tenth of a second. A.J. ...

Orndoff earns medalist in two Tigers victories

TYRONE — Gage Orndoff carded a 79 to earn medalist honors, and Hollidaysburg picked up two non-league wins over Tyrone and Bellwood-Ants at Sinking Valley Country Club Tuesday in high school boys golf action. Eric Davis and Camden Auman both shot 82s, and Frank Yeager had an 83 for the ...

Lady Marauders earn five-set win

JOHNSTOWN — Bishop Guilfoyle earned a five-set victory over Johnstown (22-25, 25-16, 25-11, 22-25, 15-5) in Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference action. Abby Yahner led the Lady Marauders with 48 assists, 15 service points and 10 digs, while Lyzee Wilson delivered 20 kills, Raven ...

Mounties top scramble field with 54

Philipsburg-Osceola won its first District 6 title since 1983 in 2016 with solid play from golfers like Carter Fischer and Payton Guelich. Those players have moved on, but the Mounties may be on the verge of another district title with much less of a wait than the last ...

Tyrone dominant at home

TYRONE — Tyrone improved to 4-2 with a 7-0 win over Shanksville-Stonycreek on Monday in high school girls tennis action. Winnie Grot, Lydia Irvin, Lindsey Walk, Victoria Reese and Alicia Endress were all singles winners for the Lady Eagles. Rachel Stricek and Olivia Reese, and Emilee Walk ...