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Claysburg-Kimmel / Knott hoping to making a bigger impact

August 22, 2008 Running back Daniel Knott was Claysburg-Kimmel’s go-to player on offense over the second half of the 2007 football seaso. more »»

Northern Bedford / Black Panthers hoping rebuilding goes smoothly

August 22, 2008 In more ways than one, the 2008 football season could be viewed as a rebuilding one for Northern Bedford. more »»

Bedford / Krupa looks forward to making his team matter

August 22, 2008 The Bedford football program has faced plenty of adversity the past two seasons, but none of the on-field issues can compare to what senior Josh Krupa has gone through. more »»

Mo Valley/Neff’s dream becoming reality

August 22, 2008 Moshannon Valley’s Tyler Neff is entering his third season as the starting quarterback. Some might think he’s passing that off as just another bit of news, but that’s not the case. more »»

Williamsburg/Fay, Pirates working hard

August 22, 2008 A small town like Williamsburg will likely never produce a football team blessed with large numbers, but that hasn’t stopped head coach Dick Baronner and his squad of dedicated players from working... more »»

Juniata Valley/Myers will lead Hornets

August 22, 2008 Zach Myers got his feet wet as Juniata Valley’s starting quarterback in last November’s District 6 Class A playoffs. This season, he’ll be jumping into the position neck-deep as a senior. more »»

Central/Dragons’ Greenleaf ready to let his voice be heard

August 21, 2008 Senior Brok Greenleaf will have a lot more to say around the younger members of the Central High School football team this fall. And if they’re smart, they’ll listen to him. more »»

Tussey Mountain/Experienced linemen will help Titans

August 21, 2008 Tussey Mountain has enjoyed a good run of football success in the first three years of Kevin Steele’s head coaching reign there, and having dedicated players like seniors Greg Strauss and Sean Foste... more »»

Penn Cambria/Quarterback tandem a threat for Panthers

August 21, 2008 It’s not often that an injury actually benefits a team, and losing quarterback Josh Gallagher for part of the 2007 season certainly didn’t help last year’s Penn Cambria football tea. more »»

Philipsburg/Golding confident about surpassing Mason

August 20, 2008 For those of you who have never heard of Philipsburg-Osceola senior Dusty Golding, you’re most likely not alone. Golding lettered last year, but that was on special teams. more »»

Everett/Waltman set for unique final year

August 20, 2008 By Michael Boytim mboytim@altoonamirror. more »»

Hollidaysburg/McGrath to anchor Tigers’ line

August 20, 2008 At 6-foot-5, 280 pounds, Ryan McGrath is an imposing figure on and off the football field. more »»

Bishop Carroll/Greene looks to dominate

August 19, 2008 Bishop Carroll offensive guard Steve Greene made a name for himself last season when he was named to The Associated Press Class A First Team all-state football team. more »»

Bishop Guilfoyle/McConnell brings special toughness to field

August 19, 2008 Sully McConnell loves playing football, and whether he’s finishing off a punishing block, sticking his nose into a tackle, or simply discussing the game, his passion for the sport is quite evident. more »»

Portage/Pisarchik’s speed to aid Mustangs

August 19, 2008 By John Hartsock Veteran Portage football coach Gary Gouse thinks the Mustangs’ backfield this year is the fastest he’s ever coached. more »»

Huntingdon/’Cats ready to make amends

August 17, 2008 The Huntingdon football program has been a District 6 power for many years, winning six District 6 Class AAA titles, including three from 2001 to 2005. more »»

Northern Cambria/Colts comfortable with change

August 17, 2008 For the 18 seniors on Northern Cambria’s football team, the program’s latest coaching swap has done something different than the past two changes did not. Bring familiarity. more »»

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