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Contorchick, Cambria Heights overpower Westmont
The way Donnie Contorchick plays football, his Cambria Heights uniform should be covered with grass stains, caked with mud and sporting the type of wear and tear typical of a rough and tumble two-way player.
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Cambria Heights, Westmont looking for better performances
Two teams looking to rebound after Week 1 losses will meet this afternoon at Price Field.
Westmont Hilltop dropped a one-sided contest to Forest Hills last week in Sidman, putting a blemish on the opening of Pat Barron’s tenure as the Hilltoppers’ coach.
Cambria Heights lost in a high-scoring affair to visiting Richland in what had been tabbed as a potential signature game for a much-improved program coming off a 5-5 season.
MIKE MASTOVICH | Jays' RB waits to finish what he started
One of the most impressive statistical performances of Week 1 doesn’t officially appear in the record books.
At least, not yet.
Richland rolls by Cambria Heights
Richland picked up right where it left off in 2011, lighting up the scoreboard against LHAC opponent Cambria Heights.
Heights out to build on last season’s success
While second-year coach Jarrod Lewis appreciates the preseason accolades that his Cambria Heights squad have received, he still thinks his Highlanders have to prove themselves on the field.
“I don’t buy much into preseason stuff because it’s based on last year and this team is a completely different one than last year,” said Lewis, whose team had more wins in 2011 than it had the previous six seasons combined. “I continue to maintain that we are still looking up to quite a few teams. We lost five games last year, and four of those teams are back on our schedule and all four of them – Forest Hills, Richland, Penn Cambria and Bishop McCort – are all tough opponents."
Forest Hills girls take second straight District 6 title
Area girls were once again a dominant force at the District 6 Class AA Track and Field Championships.
Leading the assault on Tuesday at Mansion Park was Richland senior Paige Lumley, who won three events – two in meet records – along with the Forest Hills girls, who captured their second straight team title.
9 area individuals advance from District 6 boys' meet
Stefan Moreau has had his ups and downs in the throwing events at times this season.
But on Tuesday at Mansion Park, the United senior was hitting on all cylinders, sweeping the throwing events all in state qualifying standards at the District 6 Class AA Track and Field Championships.
WestPAC title games washed out; one playoff game still on tap
The WestPAC will have to wait another day to crown its baseball and softball champions.
Richland outruns Bedford for title
The Richland boys’ track and field team was disappointed that it didn’t win the regular season Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference title outright, tying with Bedford and Central Cambria on top of the standings.
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