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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 »»

Mo Valley wins quickly

October 3, 2015 By Jon Christoff For the Mirror HOUTZDALE — Juniata Valley coach Bill Musser knew the key to his team’s success against unbeaten Moshannon Valley was to keep the ball out of the Black Knights’... more »»

Regional football roundup

October 3, 2015 State College 38 Chambersburg 10 STATE COLLEGE — With little to lose, 0-4 Chambersburg came into Memorial Field on Friday night well prepared and ready to take out State College and win its first... more »»

Pirates adjust in time

October 3, 2015 By Jon Fleck For the Mirror SAXTON — Through a quarter-and-a-half Friday against Tussey Mountain, Williamsburg had the ball just twice and gained only 15 yards, yet the game remained scoreless. more »»

Golden Eagles erupt in 2Q on way to rout

October 3, 2015 BELLEFONTE — The high-powered Tyrone offense couldn’t crack the scoreboard on two possessions in the first quarter Friday night against a swarming Bellefonte defense. more »»

Carowick too much for NB

October 3, 2015 By Keith Frederick For the Mirror LOYSBURG — Northern Bedford’s Isaac Drenning played a strong first half Friday night against Southern Huntingdo. more »»

Ridge QB Hauck perfect

October 3, 2015 PHILIPSBURG — Football teams always strive for perfection, but most times they come up short. That wasn’t the case for Chestnut Ridge quarterback Logan Hauck Friday night. more »»

Big plays early lead Central

October 3, 2015 WINGATE — Sometimes in the world of sports, statistics can be very misleading. more »»

Bearcats take bite out of PV

October 3, 2015 HUNTINGDON — As the Penns Valley offense scuffled in the second half, Huntingdon came to life. more »»

Injuries continue to plague Altoona

October 2, 2015 The torrential rains that hit the area this week have been an apt reflection of the state of the Altoona Area High School football program. When it rains, it pours. more »»

Guilfoyle looking to keep Panthers out of win column

October 2, 2015 The way things have gone for the Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School football team the last couple of years, the Marauders’ biggest rival might turn out to be the Marauders themselves. more »»

Gateway to success awaiting Tigers

October 1, 2015 By Philip Cmor pcmor@altoonamirror. more »»

Black Knights, Hornets trying to keep up momentum

October 1, 2015 In football, confidence might not be everything, but it’s the foundation of everything. “It’s so very big,” Michael Keith sai. more »»

2015 version of Marauders doing just fine

September 27, 2015 By Matt Michelone For the Mirror There may be just one week before the halfway mark on the season, but the Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic football team is picking up right where it left off a year ago. more »»

Tigers’ ‘D’ dominates

September 26, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — If you glance at the stats, you will see something that is not a mistake, but something harder to believe than anything else about Friday night’s 41-0 win by Hollidaysburg over... more »»

Heck helps Panthers edge Bulldogs in ICC matchup

September 26, 2015 CLAYSBURG — Northern Bedford needed one Heck of a game to beat Claysburg-Kimmel and remain unbeaten Friday night at Bulldog Stadium. more »»

Mountain Lions overmatched

September 26, 2015 Penn-Trafford scored in no time, and then the Warriors never gave Altoona any time to try to answer back. It only took Penn-Trafford, the defending Foothills Conference champion, 27 seconds to scor. more »»

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