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Border doing it all for ’Cats

September 27, 2016 Name: Ian Border School: Huntingdon Area Age: 16 Grade: Junior Sport: Football Athlete of the week achievement: Border ran for 216 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries, and he also returned a... more »»

Myrick leading her squad

September 27, 2016 Name: Delaney Myrick School: Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic Age: 17 Grade: Senior Sport: Soccer Athlete of the week achievement: Myrick had two goals and an assist in a 9-3 win over Cambria Heights, two... more »»

Schmittle helps Bellwood hammer Mo Valley

September 27, 2016 HOUTZDALE — Thor Schmittle scored three touchdowns, two on runs from scrimmage of 5 and 12 yards, and the other on a 90-yard interception return, to spark Bellwood-Antis to a 38-6 rout of Moshannon... more »»

Pens’ goalie frustrated over hand injury

September 27, 2016 The Associated Press CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Matt Murray’s broken right hand doesn’t hurt in general. Just when the Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender tries to get a firm grasp on his stic. more »»

Lady Tigers sweep MC

September 27, 2016 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Hollidaysburg defeated Mifflin County, 5-0, behind singles wins from Veronica Helsel, Jenee Delerme and Helen Rose, in high school tennis Monday. more »»

Chestnut Ridge shuts out Panthers

September 27, 2016 NEW PARIS — Khyler Holderbaum scored just more than two minutes into the game as Chestnut Ridge topped Northern Bedford, 5-0, in high school boys soccer Monday. more »»

Indiana’s Satterlee stays hot with victory at Dog Hollow

September 27, 2016 Strongstown — Indiana’s Gregg Satterlee won for the second time in less than a month Saturday night at the Dog Hollow Speedway. more »»

Bucs help Cubs pick up win No. 100

September 27, 2016 The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — Javier Baez hit a grand slam and drove in a career-high six runs while major league ERA leader Kyle Hendricks pitched six scoreless innings as the Chicago Cubs won... more »»

Offseason gets closer to fruition

September 27, 2016 By John Mehno For the Mirror PITTSBURGH — The Pirates are six games away from a potentially busy offseason. Their No. more »»

Williamsburg grad leads Saint Francis

September 27, 2016 From Mirror reports Bryce England, a Williamsburg graduate, placed first individually at the Ted Owen Invitatational on Saturday for the Saint Francis cross country team. England finished in 25:17. more »»

Observing sports world in September

September 27, 2016 Some September observations while trying to avoid the constant barrage of political advertising: n This has been a tough year for American sport. more »»

MA men’s soccer has big shoes to fill

September 27, 2016 CRESSON — This year’s Mount Aloysius College men’s soccer team has big shoes to fill. more »»

In Philly, Steelers suffer worst loss ever under Tomlin

September 26, 2016 By Rob Maaddi The Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — All aboard the Wentz Wagon. more »»

Calm down on firing Franklin talk

September 26, 2016 Fire James Franklin. Fire Mike Tomlin. Fire Clint Hurdle. Fire every coach who suffers an embarrassing loss or fails to win a championship. No. No. Calm down. Relax. Be patient. Sports are har. more »»

Lights are dimming on Pirates

September 26, 2016 The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — A season that’s spiraled away from the Pittsburgh Pirates spilled into frustration Sunday. more »»

Miami tragedy affects Hurdle, Bucs

September 26, 2016 By John Mehno For the Mirror PITTSBURGH — Sunday was a tough day for Clint Hurdle before a pitch was even thrown at PNC Park. more »»

Philly's Wentz in Big Ben territory

September 25, 2016 The Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — Carson Wentz’s excellent start is nothing compared to what Ben Roethlisberger did his rookie season. Wentz is 2-0. Big Ben was 13-0 in 2004. more »»

Pitt loses heartbreaker

September 25, 2016 The Associated Press CHAPEL HILL, N.C. more »»

Lady Tigers win B-A tourney

September 25, 2016 By Jon Fleck For the Mirror BELLWOOD — After the Hollidaysburg Area High School girls volleyball team closed out the first game of the Bellwood-Antis Invitational Tournament gold championship match... more »»

Rookie 'in a good place'

September 25, 2016 By John Mehno For the Mirror PITTSBURGH — Tyler Glasnow, one rookie who hasn’t lived up to his advance billing, will get another start for the Pirate. more »»

Keeping Nova unlikely for Bucs

September 25, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Here’s the dilemma: The Pirates need a veteran pitcher to anchor a 2017 rotation that will probably be short on experience. more »»

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Viewing Arnie's career ... as a neighbor

September 26, 2016 Veteran writer Dennis McIlnay grew up as Arnie Palmer's neighbor and wrote about his experiences in a story published in the Mirror in May, 2015. Click on the link at the right. more »

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