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Hayes adds 300th win to accomplishments

October 10, 2015 EVERETT — To Bellwood-Antis coach John Hayes, career win No. 300 is just a number. more »»

Sherkel, offense shine

October 10, 2015 CLAYSBURG — As a former defensive coordinator, Moshannon Valley coach Mike Keith not only wants to field a stout defense, he also wants an offense that drives opposing defensive coaches crazy. more »»

Special teams lift Hornets

October 10, 2015 ALEXANDRIA — At one point in the second quarter, Juniata Valley football coach Bill Musser demonstrably implored his school’s band to stop playing while the Green Hornets had the ball so his players... more »»

Schultz sparks Vikings to ‘W’

October 10, 2015 FLINTON — Glendale coach Gary Walstrom Jr. jokingly told junior quarterback Jared Schultz earlier in the year that he was allowed to celebrate after scoring a touchdown. more »»

Rockets limit potent Warriors offense

October 10, 2015 THREE SPRINGS — Tyler Carowick rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown, and his cousin, Nick Carowick, completed 6 of 7 passes, including a touchdown to Christian Cornelius, to power Southern Huntingdo... more »»

Late TD lifts Mount Union

October 10, 2015 LOYSBURG — After a wild high school football game that featured an even wilder finish, Daunte Martin could allow himself a smile on Friday nigh. more »»

Regional football roundup

October 10, 2015 Northern Cambria 35 Purchase Line 30 COMMODORE — Chris Rippin rushed for 89 yards and a pair of scores, and Tyler Pershing threw for a touchdown and ran for another as Northern Cambria notched its... more »»

Altoona hopes to take out frustrations

October 9, 2015 Four straight lopsided losses certainly are testing the mental fortitude of the Altoona Mountain Lions football team. “We had a lot of confidence after the Butler game. more »»

Hayes nearing big milestone

October 9, 2015 John Hayes has never liked to get ahead of himself — it’s probably one of the things that’s made him such a success in high school football — and he’s maybe a tad superstitious. more »»

BG keeps winning

October 9, 2015 The names may have changed, and it might be a different year, but the beat goes on for the Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic football team. And so have the beatings. more »»

C-K now part of the discussion

October 8, 2015 By Philip Cmor One of the great storylines of the area high school football season this fall has been the turnaround at Claysburg-Kimmel. more »»

Tigers trying to focus on latest foe

October 7, 2015 By Philip Cmor Homer DeLattre and his Hollidaysburg Area High School football team have worked hard and performed well in the first half of the 2015 season. more »»

Minus radio, some schools turn to Internet

October 6, 2015 This year’s high school football season has marked the end of an era. For the first time in more than 50 years, Altoona Area High School games are not carried by a local radio statio. more »»

Conrad passes Marauders to win over PC

October 6, 2015 The Bishop Guilfoyle JV football team improved to 4-0 Monday night, thanks to a 28-0 win over Penn Cambria at Tom Irwin Fiel. more »»

Unbeaten Bisons roll to rout of Hilltoppers

October 4, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — With the roughest part of its schedule already two weeks underway, the Bedford football team knew it had to come ready to play against Westmont Hilltop in Week 5. more »»

’Dogs use ground game to beat Vikings

October 4, 2015 CLAYSBURG — The Claysburg-Kimmel football team was hoping to just get a winning season over the summer. more »»

Mustangs find various ways to score TDs

October 3, 2015 PORTAGE — Portage entered its week 5 game with Shade averaging around 412 yards of offense, including 315 on the ground. more »»

Links help Highlanders roll to road victory

October 3, 2015 SIDMAN — When Cambria Heights fullback Dennis Link gets moving, it can be like trying to tackle a locomotive. The Highlander Express is officially rollin. more »»

Kirsch’s big night aids Red Devils’ win

October 3, 2015 LORETTO — At 5-feet-6 inches and 160 pounds, Kerry Kirsch doesn’t look like an outstanding high school running back. more »»

Blue Devils' offense continues to shine

October 3, 2015 By John Hartsock jhartsock@altoonamirror. more »»

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