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Scholastic Sports

Foul trouble costs CC

HOLLIDAYSBURG — The scene in the lobby outside of Hollidaysburg Area High School’s gymnasium following Central Cambria’s 53-45 loss to Penns Valley Tuesday in the District 6 Class 3A semifinals told the story without even one comment from a Lady Devil player or coach. There wasn’t a ...

Maxwell scores 46 as Everett routs North Star

EVERETT — With 2:37 left in the third quarter and their team up by 25 points, the Everett student section began the “I believe that we will win” chant during a timeout. A chant not normally heard until the final minutes and sometimes seconds of games, it certainly didn’t lack the ...

Berlin knocks off Tussey Mtn. girls

NEW PARIS — Tussey Mountain High School girls basketball coach Todd Gates knew that his team faced a very tall order Tuesday night in its District 5 Class 1A semifinal game with Berlin Brothersvalley. Berlin, the defending District 5 Class 1A champion, brought size and athletic ability to ...

B-A boys lose, but have states in sight

EBENSBURG — They took a loss Tuesday night in the District 6 Class 3A boys basketball semifinals round, but the Bellwood-Antis Blue Devils will play on — all the way into the PIAA playoffs. “We’ve still got some games to play,” Bellwood-Antis coach Kevin Conlon said. “I told them ...

Chestnut Ridge girls fall in semis

CLEARFIELD — The Chestnut Ridge girls basketball team saw its season come to an Tuesday night with a lopsided 70-39 loss to a veteran Brookville squad in the District 5-9 Class 3A subregional championship game at Clearfield Area High School. Chestnut Ridge (3-19) made the game as the lone ...

H.S. basketball preview capsules

District 6 Class 1A boys final Teams: Bishop Carroll Huskies (19-4); Juniata Valley Green Hornets (17-5). Site, time: Mount Aloysius College Athletic Convocation and Wellness Center, Cresson, 7:30 p.m. tonight The coaches: Bishop Carroll — Cosie Aliquo (208-110, 12th year). Juniata ...

Condo to speak at awards dinner

STATE COLLEGE — The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame, Central Pennsylvania Chapter, has selected National Football League free agent and former Philipsburg-Osceola football player Jon Condo as guest speaker for its 22nd annual scholar-athlete awards dinner. The ...

5A rulers: Lady Tigers defend title by dominating Obama

Deanna Jubeck is one coach among a large camp of coaches who believe that defending a championship is much more difficult than winning a first one. “It’s always tough to defend,’’ Jubeck, the Hollidaysburg Lady Tigers’ coach, said Monday night. “There’s pressure on you, and you ...

Marauders cruise into final

EBENSBURG — Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic scored just four points in the first five minutes of Monday’s District 6 Class 2A semifinal game against Penns Manor at Central Cambria High School. With their shots not falling, the Marauders went to a full-court press. A two-point deficit with ...

Brambley on the mark again

Name: Luke Brambley School: Everett Area Age: 17 Grade: Senior Sport: Rifle Athlete of the week achievement: Brambley earned his third straight individual state title by winning the three-position event at this past weekend’s state meet while also leading his team to its third ...

Lady Hornets come out ‘firing’ in win

HOLLIDAYSBURG — No, it isn’t an elaborate case of deja vu. Although, “Juniata Valley is playing for the district championship” does seem to be working itself into the common local prep sports vocabulary of late. For the second time in two days, the Valley faithful’s “Hornets” ...

Bellwood-Antis shoots past top seed PM

EBENSBURG — Top-seeded Penns Manor played its game Monday night against fourth-seeded Bellwood-Antis in the District 6 Class 2A semifinals at Central Cambria High School. Unfortunately for the Lady Comets, that game usually results in 2-point field goals. The Lady Blue Devils also played ...

Hudson makes up for lost time

Name: Olivia Hudson School: Altoona Area Age: 17 Grade: Senior Sport: Basketball Athlete of the week achievement: Hudson scored a game-high 17 points, including seven in the fourth quarter, to help Altoona capture the District 6 Class 6A championship with a 50-38 victory over State ...

CementJob does good job streaming for free

Those who didn’t make it to IUP’s Ed Fry Arena at the Kovalchick Convention Center & Athletic Complex were able to watch the Southwest Regional Tournament online. And it was free. Imagine that. CementJob provided live video streaming of all four mats with play-by-play and commentary ...

Mirror wrestling rankings

106 POUNDS 1. Kai Burkett Chestnut Ridge So 32-4 2. Suds Dubler Glendale Fr 39-2 3. Luke Hileman Altoona Fr 27-11 4. Zach Brandis Central Cambria Jr 24-12 5. Nick Bryan Philipsburg-Osceola Jr 23-14 Ones to watch: Ashton Sipes, Ty; Trevor Husick, TM; Jaxon Matthews, Cent 113 ...

Mirror wrestling leaders

WINS 1. McMillen Glen 39-1 2. Dubler Glen 39-2 3. Johnston Glen 39-4 4. Sossong Port 38-5 5. McGill CR 36-0 6. Link CH 35-9 7. Brown PC 34-4 8. Knisely CR 34-6 9. Cassidy Bed 32-1 10. Sarbo Alt 32-3 PINS 1. Seace CR 23 Dubler Glen 23 3. Cornell Ever 22 ...

Everett makes history by taking two rifle titles

From Mirror reports EVERETT — At the beginning of the 2018-2019 high school rifle season, Everett coach Ethan Cessna planted a seed inside the minds of his Warriors. “I told my team that we have the ability to achieve something that hasn’t been done in Everett’s rifle team ...

Sarbo, McCready, Simmers, Dellinger capture D6 crowns

Despite earning district and regional championships and a state tournament placewinner’s medal last season as a freshman, Altoona Area High School’s Matt Sarbo was seeded second in the District 6, Class 3A Tournament’s 126-pound weight class Saturday at the Altoona Area High School ...

Unbeaten ’Cats defend 4A title

HOLLIDAYSBURG — Huntingdon came into Saturday’s District 6 Class 4A championship game unbeaten in large part due to an excellent transition game, but the Bearcats didn’t really get much of a chance to show it off against the slower-paced Central. But the four-plus minutes they got loose ...

Carroll uses 21-0 run in victory

EBENSBURG — The Bishop Carroll boys basketball team is known for playing great defense. If the Huskies can shoot like they did in the District 6 1A semifinals, they’ll be tough to beat. Carroll (19-4) bolted out to a 21-0 lead and knocked down 10-of-20 3-point shots for the game in a ...