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Sinisi, Burgmeier’s roll past Cumming

May 11, 2015 Adam Sinisi had four hits and drove in three runs on his birthday to lead Burgmeier’s Hauling to a 17-7 win over Cumming Motors in an Altoona Teener Minor Baseball League game at Seitz Field on... more »»

Central graduate has solid season

May 11, 2015 From Mirror reports Tyler Ferguson, a Central graduate, was named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference’s Pitcher of the Year for his efforts on the La Roche baseball team. more »»

Bowie gets AMCC player of the year

May 11, 2015 CRESSON — Mount Aloysius junior outfielder Connor Bowie was recently named the 2015 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Baseball Player of the Year. more »»

Zlobinsky honored for his 2015 tennis effort

May 11, 2015 Penn State Altoona men’s tennis freshman Geoff Zlobinsky was recently named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference’s Newcomer of the Year, headlining a group of four Lions voted to the league’... more »»

PSU seeks balance in schedule

May 10, 2015 James Franklin wants easy wins — or at least easier — out of Penn State’s non-conference schedul. more »»

Bellwood's Julie Roseborough reaches 50th coaching birthday

May 10, 2015 When Julie Roseborough broke in as Bellwood-Antis’ girls track and field coach back in 1966, it was not only a vastly different era, but a vastly different sport. more »»

Pirates finally beat Cards

May 10, 2015 PITTSBURGH — Jordy Mercer had a pretty good seat for baseball history, then provided a little drama of his own. more »»

Early 1980s set tone for PSU’s schedule

May 10, 2015 On a day when the Mirror’s topic of discussion is non-conference scheduling, it’s ironic that former University of Georgia coach Vince Dooley was just in town. more »»

Curve pitchers continue struggles

May 10, 2015 From Mirror reports HARRISBURG — The Curve’s pitching got off to an incredible start this season, but it also has begun to come back to reality a bit lately as the team has scuffled. more »»

First base not a problem

May 10, 2015 By John Mehno For the Mirror PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Pirates have confronted some issues in the early part of the season, but one of them hasn’t been Pedro Alvarez’s play at first base. more »»

Altoona teams capture titles

May 10, 2015 The Altoona Area Junior High School boys and girls track and field teams both captured the team championships at the 28-team Altoona Middle School Track and Field Championships held Saturday at... more »»

Lady Tigers go 2-0 at Altoona tourney

May 10, 2015 Hollidaysburg went 2-0 on Saturday at the Altoona Hit for Hope High School Softball Tournament at Logan Elementary Field. The Lady Tigers beat Bishop Guilfoyle, 5-0, and Altoona, 8-5. more »»

Dishong big part of Sheetz victory

May 10, 2015 Silas Dishong pitched a one-hitter over six innings for Sheetz in a 10-0 win over Juniata Civics in an Altoona Teener Major League game at Seitz Field Saturda. more »»

Dooley entertains, inspires Bishop Guilfoyle

May 9, 2015 Patrons of Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic High School’s Marauder Club were in the presence of greatness Friday as one of the better coaches in college football history stopped by for lunch. more »»

Lady Tigers hand Mount Union second loss

May 9, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Jordynn Robertson drove in a pair of runs for Hollidaysburg as it used a four-run first inning to hand Mount Union its second loss, 6-3, in high school softball Frida. more »»

Marauders earn sweep of Red Devils

May 9, 2015 Donnie Gochnaur had two hits and scored two runs, and Frank Montecalvo also had a pair of hits to lead Bishop Guilfoyle to a 5-4 game 1 victory over Central Cambria in high school baseball on Friday... more »»

Kendall makes District 5 meet in two events

May 9, 2015 BEDFORD — Thirteen Bison and Lady Bison performers were among the 20 competitors who managed to qualify for their respective district meets by virtue of their showings at the Bedford Last Chance... more »»

Juniata rallies in NCAA opener

May 9, 2015 LEXINGTON, Va. — The Juniata and Messiah men’s tennis teams battled in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday at the Washington and Lee tennis courts. more »»

Coates gives Steelers a deep threat

May 9, 2015 PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers focused their draft on revamping a once imposing defense. They still found time to give quarterback Ben Roethlisberger another weapon. Enter Sammie Coates. more »»

 
 
 

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