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Miscellaneous

Tigers duo done for the season

HERSHEY—Hollidaysburg’s Nathan Barton and Brian Johnson competed on Friday at the PIAA 3A Doubles Tennis Championships at the Hershey Racquet Club, where they saw their 2021 season come to an end. Barton, a sophomore, and Johnson, a senior, lost to the second seed out of District 3, Penn ...

Dragons dominate Mtn. League team

The Mountain League released its high school baseball all-star team and there are five Central Scarlet Dragons on the squad. Making the team for Central were Jonah Snowberger (pitcher), Hunter Klotz (catcher), Paxton Kling (shortstop), Devin Boyles (third base) and Parker Gregg ...

Portage leaving WestPAC

Portage became the latest domino to fall in the on-going realignment of the WestPAC and Heritage Conferences on Tuesday. Following a recent announcement that the Blairsville and Saltsburg school districts will be combining into a school named River Valley starting next school year, ...

Despite title loss, Central returns plenty for 2022

By Rick Weaver For the Mirror SIDMAN — The Central boys volleyball team will have plenty working in its favor when it returns to play in 2022. A full complement of starters only begins to tell the story. “We got a full season in. We were pretty fortunate,” an appectiative coach Ken ...

Central earns shot in district title game

MARTINSBURG — It’s one thing to defeat a team once, even twice in the span of a single season, but it’s another to do just that four times. And despite having to overcome a lot of self-inflicted errors, that’s exactly what the Central boys volleyball team did Wednesday night. The No. ...

Tiger tennis comes up short at states

Hollidaysburg Area High’s boys tennis team, one of the best in school history, saw its season come to a close Tuesday with a 3-2 loss to Dallastown. The first round PIAA state match was played on the Herb Faris courts at Mansion Park. Both teams are now 20-1. Dallastown, the District 3 ...