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PC turnovers equal CC win

October 17, 2015 By Philip Cmor CRESSON — T.J. Adams is kind of the jack-all-all trades for the Central Cambria football team — star wideout, defensive back, punter, even sometimes quarterback. more »»

Bedford defense still dealing

October 17, 2015 By Paul Buriak For the Mirror JOHNSTOWN — Bedford football coach Kevin Steele commented that “defense wins championships” after the Bisons’ contest at Richland on Friday night, and his unbeaten squa... more »»

Carroll finds solace in second half

October 17, 2015 Special to the Mirror SIDMAN — It has been a long and challenging season so far for the Bishop Carroll football team, but they finally put together its best half of football all year. more »»

Hess, Troutman help Hornets to victory

October 17, 2015 SAXTON — Juniata Valley got plenty of fight from Tussey Mountain Friday night. more »»

Warriors ready to move on

October 17, 2015 EVERETT — Friday night’s game against Mount Union is one that Everett coach Winston Redman would just as soon forget about. Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. more »»

Injuries doom Panthers

October 17, 2015 MORRISDALE — After two close losses the last two weeks, the Northern Bedford football team had hoped to bounce back with a victory over West Branch on L.T. Drivas Memorial Field on Friday evening. more »»

Ridge doesn’t waste time in topping Wolves

October 17, 2015 NEW?PARIS — Chestnut Ridge broke out of the gate early on Friday night against Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academ. more »»

Regional football roundup

October 17, 2015 Huntingdon 35 Bald Eagle Area 0 WINGATE — Jon Wagner ran for 221 yards on 19 carries for Huntingdon as it picked up a Mountain League win with its shutout of Bald Eagle Area. more »»

Lions hope to build on Latrobe 'W'

October 16, 2015 By Philip Cmor pcmor@altoonamirro. more »»

Tigers look to rebound at Hampton

October 15, 2015 By Philip Cmor One week ago, it looked like first place in the Greater Allegheny Conference might be on the line when Hollidaysburg made its trip to Hampton. more »»

Heights stands in BG’s way toward section title

October 15, 2015 Among its football program’s myriad accomplishments over the past several seasons, Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic has won three consecutive Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference Section I titles under... more »»

PIAA state football notes

October 15, 2015 DISTRICT 1 The St. Joseph’s Prep football coaching staff preaches to the players the importance of focusing on the present and not looking ahead or behind. more »»

Guilfoyle shuts out Rangers

October 11, 2015 While Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic’s offense has been fantastic since opening night, it’s been their defense that has led the way. more »»

Mustangs pound Ferndale with run game

October 11, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — Portage went back to basics against Ferndale Saturday afternoon. It used a combination of a power running game and a stifling defense to pound out a 66-0 victory over the Yellow Jacket. more »»

Two quick scores help Tyrone to easy win

October 10, 2015 TYRONE — Tyrone coach Jason Wilson couldn’t have envisioned a better start to Friday night’s game against Bald Eagle Area. The Golden Eagles scored two touchdowns on their first two offensive plays. more »»

Mtn. Lions savor victory

October 10, 2015 LATROBE — It was a feel-good night for the Altoona Mountain Lions at Latrobe’s Memorial Stadium. more »»

Bearcats have tough night

October 10, 2015 LIGONIER — What started off looking like a Bearcat upset victory that could have turned the District 6 Class AA playoff standings around turned into a game that left Huntingdon Area High School... more »»

Tigers fail to deliver

October 10, 2015 SAXONBURG — The Hollidaysburg Golden Tigers had one final gasp Friday at Knoch Knights Stadium. Trailing by seven with 6 seconds left in the game, Hollidaysburg had the ball on its 46. more »»

Penns Valley topples P-O

October 10, 2015 SPRING MILLS — Philipsburg-Osceola’s long winless streak continues, but Mounties coach Mike Soyster is staying upbeat. “These guys don’t give up. more »»

Dragons stay on roll

October 10, 2015 ROARING SPRING — Considering the amount of youngsters the Chestnut Ridge football team is using this season, going into Friday night’s game with a 3-2 record should be considered a badge of honor fo... more »»

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