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Lions must wrap up against physical Gophers offense

October 1, 2016 By Cory Giger cgiger@altoonamirror.com Five things to look for as Penn State tries to regroup from last week’s blowout at Michigan in what seems to be a must-win game against Minnesota. N. more »»

Late first-half flurry propels Devils

October 1, 2016 WILLIAMSBURG — Only once did the public address announcer slip and refer to Jarrett Taneyhill as “Stev. more »»

Panthers, Marauders set for showdown

October 1, 2016 Last December, as Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic was driving to its second straight PIAA football title with a lineup filled with underclassmen, the Penn Cambria Panthers were taking a month off to... more »»

Fans can’t have it both ways

October 1, 2016 They showed patience before; why not now? I was glad to see Sandy Barbour, in an interview with the Mirror’s Cory Giger earlier this week, dispel a growing notion that James Franklin either is or... more »»

McDowell too much for Tigers

October 1, 2016 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Hollidaysburg’s 32-9 loss to McDowell Friday night played a lot closer than the final outcome indicated. more »»

Big Macs come up with key plays in OT to sink Lions

October 1, 2016 Canon-McMillan used a Big Mac Attack to spoil Altoona Area High School’s homecoming game Friday nigh. more »»

Dragons take charge early

October 1, 2016 NEW PARIS — About midway through the fourth quarter, the Central cheerleaders made their way over to the Chestnut Ridge sideline, where the two squads would circle around and watch as the mascots... more »»

Dropped pass costs Black Panthers chance to win

October 1, 2016 ALEXANDRIA — The old sports cliche is that a game never comes down to one play, but Friday’s Inter-County Conference matchup between Northern Bedford and Juniata Valley left both coaches talking... more »»

Memories of 0-4 start fading for Highlanders

October 1, 2016 By John Hartsock jhartsock@altoonamirror.com PATTON — After opening the season with four straight losses, Cambria Heights has been playing like a football team on a mission the past couple week. more »»

Golden Eagles take down BEA

October 1, 2016 WINGATE — Tyrone paid the price without starting quarterback Denver Light last week in a rare loss to Bellefonte. more »»

CC picks up first win of year

October 1, 2016 Special to the Mirror EBENSBURG — Despite trailing 23-13 early in the fourth quarter, Bishop Carroll had the ball with a chance to win its first game in 17 tries as 1:05 was left on the clock Friday... more »»

Mo Valley scores with 35 seconds left for win

October 1, 2016 HOUTZDALE — On a sloppy, cold, and rainy night on the last night of September, the winless Tussey Mountain Titans gave the Black Knights of Moshannon Valley all they could handle, taking a 12-7 lead... more »»

Hilltoppers hold off rally by Bisons

October 1, 2016 By Alex Church For the Mirror BEDFORD — Despite a valiant comeback effort in the closing seconds, Bedford could not overcome its second-half struggles and fell, 21-16, to Westmont Hilltop. more »»

Lions ‘tackling’ defensive woes

September 30, 2016 Nick Felus isn’t getting defensive about his team’s defense. more »»

Chadbourn happy to land at Lehigh

September 30, 2016 To his delight, Evan Chadbourn found out that Lehigh University is more than just a fair-weather frien. more »»

Tigers try to build momentum against McDowell

September 30, 2016 Homer DeLattre came into the 2016 high school football season with a team short on experience that would cut its teeth against one of the most demanding first-half schedules around for a school... more »»

Jaso part of elite company

September 30, 2016 By John Mehno For the Mirror PITTSBURGH — Roberto Clemente never hit for the cycle. Neither did Barry Bonds. But Gary Redus did. And so did Daryle War. more »»

Nova's finale officially a tie

September 30, 2016 The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — If this was the end of Ivan Nova’s brief time with the Pittsburgh Pirates, he went out on a good note. more »»

Heights edges Lady Devils

September 30, 2016 PATTON — Cambria Heights prevailed over Central Cambria, 27-25, 24-26, 25-23, 25-15, in a high school girls volleyball match on Thursday to improve its record to 4-4. more »»

Lady Tigers win

September 30, 2016 Veronica Helsel, Jenee Delerme and Helen Rose each won a singles match as Hollidaysburg swept Central Mountain, 5-0, at the Summit Tennis & Athletic Club in high school girls tennis Thursday. more »»

 
 
 

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