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Hollidaysburg gets 600th win over Franklin Regional

September 12, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — There weren’t too many people inside the WPIAL, or as a matter of fact, outside the WPIAL, who thought Hollidaysburg could beat highly regarded Franklin Regional Friday night at Tige... more »»

Altoona humbled on road

September 12, 2015 McKEESPORT — Altoona never had a chanc. more »»

Dragons cruise past Eagles

September 12, 2015 TYRONE — The road to the District 6 Class AA football championship went through Tyrone last fall. more »»

Mustangs score in various ways in rout

September 12, 2015 PORTAGE — It all started with an interception return for a touchdown, and from there the Portage football team didn’t look back. more »»

Knights pull off win over B-A

September 12, 2015 HOUTZDALE — When Jarrett Taneyhill found Jake Burch crossing the middle for the tying score midway through the third quarter, all the old ghosts that have haunted the Moshannon Valley High School... more »»

Lions not happy campers after Rhodes’ big plays

September 12, 2015 NEW PARIS — Chestnut Ridge knew entering Friday night’s matchup with Allegany from Maryland that it would have the tough task of shutting down the Campers’ Sean Rhodes, a dangerous wide receive. more »»

Panthers soar over Titans

September 12, 2015 SAXTON — Northern Bedford and Tussey Mountain found themselves on opposite ends of lopsided games in week one with Northern dominating Glendale and Tussey falling to Central. more »»

Burket shines in C-K victory

September 12, 2015 MORRISDALE — When first-year Claysburg-Kimmel coach Dan Foor was coming up with an offensive formation this summer, “We flirted with some other offenses, but when we started running the I... more »»

Comets helped by turnovers

September 12, 2015 CLYMER — It was a game, all right ... for about a minute. more »»

Warriors show their balance

September 12, 2015 FLINTON — The Everett offense couldn’t figure out a stout Chestnut Ridge defense in a 13-0 loss in Week 1. The Warriors didn’t have nearly as much trouble moving the ball at Dr. Roy . more »»

Pirates nipped

September 12, 2015 WILLIAMSBURG — Southern Huntingdon converted a key fourth down and stopped Williamsburg on another, and those two plays gave the Rockets a victory at War Memorial Field. more »»

Heights fails to capitalize in setback

September 12, 2015 JOHNSTOWN—A pair of missed early opportunities in the red zone haunted Cambria Heights on Friday night as the Highlanders fell to 0-2 with a 28-7 loss at Bishop McCort. more »»

Panthers’ turnovers help turn tide in LHAC loss

September 12, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Not wanting to start out 0-2 in the rugged Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference, Penn Cambria put together two strong drives early in a matchup of 0-1 teams. more »»

Bedford controls play in second half, cruises

September 12, 2015 BEDFORD — After an anemic performance in its week one loss against Johnstown, Central Cambria was poised for a recovery against Bedford on Friday night. more »»

Regional football roundup

September 12, 2015 Mount Union 55 Juniata Valley 7 MOUNT UNION — D.J. Bookwalter ran for 128 yards and three scores to lead Mount Union to the 55-7 rout over Juniata Valley in a non-league matchup Friday evening. more »»

Big plays doom Huskies

September 12, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Big plays and turnovers proved to be the undoing of Bishop Carroll in Friday night’s 39-0 road loss at Johnstown. more »»

Tigers hope for spark at home

September 11, 2015 By Philip Cmor pcmor@altoonamirror. more »»

Intensity growing for Central, Tyrone

September 10, 2015 By Philip Cmor pcmor@altoonamirror. more »»

Altoona will face McKeesport and its elite rushing offense

September 10, 2015 One thing John Franco likes to do with his teams is set up a leadership council, something that serves as a conduit between the coaching staff and the rest of the squad. more »»

State football notes

September 10, 2015 Camp Hill quarterback Michael Shuster continues to soar up the charts. The senior collected 443 passing yards and threw for seven touchdowns in the Lions’ 56-0 Week 1 victory over Upper Dauphin. more »»

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