Receiver Mahone no longer enrolled at Notre Dame
Receiver Will Mahone has no chance of returning to Notre Dame while facing felony charges of assault on a police officer, intimidation of a public servant and vandalism, his attorney said Tuesday.
2 U of Miami football players arrested on sex charges
The University of Miami reacted swiftly Tuesday after sexual battery charges were brought against two of its football players, immediately dismissing both from the Hurricanes team and suspending them as students.
UPJ wrestling announces new class
The Pitt-Johnstown wrestling program has added 11 new athletes for the 2014-15 season as announced by the school on Tuesday.
Three of Pecora’s recruits are former Pennsylvania placewinners, including 2014 PIAA AA champion Steve Edwards from Burrell High School.
Pitt’s Dixon appears at Sunnehanna
For the fourth time, the Johnstown Panther Club welcomed Jamie Dixon to its seventh annual A Night With the Panthers on Thursday at Sunnehanna Country Club.
“This event has been terrific,” the Pittsburgh men’s basketball coach said. “It’s fun, and there are a lot of friends up here. It changes all the time, and you meet new people and see old friends at the same time.”
Younker, Negri earn Point Award nods
Pitt-Johnstown pitcher Derek Younker efficiently worked his way to a March Point Stadium Award nomination.
His teammate Nate Negri pulled off a rare feat to take the April nomination.
Shazier taken by Steelers at No. 15
The Pittsburgh Steelers finished outside the top 10 in total defense last year for the first time this century, thanks in part to a toothless pass rush that registered just 34 sacks and a series of missed tackles that turned small plays into big ones.
The Steelers believe the path back to the top begins with Ryan Shazier.
Richland wrestler picks UPJ
Richland wrestling standout Nick Naglic consistently made a name for himself statewide, as he made two PIAA tournament appearances and snagged podium finishes at district and regional tournaments.
With ambitions of making a name for himself nationally, he won’t have to go very far to hit the ground running.
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Kutztown eliminates UPJ in PSAC semifinal
The Pitt-Johnstown baseball team had one rough inning thanks to four Kutztown University bunts, and the Mountain Cats never completely recovered on Friday afternoon.
Kutztown used a six-run first inning to beat UPJ 6-2 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) baseball championship tournament semifinals at Kelly Automotive Stadium.
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