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CORY ISENBERG| No love lost in hoops rivalries
Valentine’s Day is this Thursday. I received my gift last month when my sweetheart bought me new front tires for my car so I can get around on the area roads to cover sports events.
Freshman Updyke adds to Trojans’ mix
The Greater Johnstown boys team doesn’t always win pretty, but the Trojans have figured out how to get the most out of the players that are out on the court.
- CORY ISENBERG| Basketball season heating up
Bishop Carroll on serious roll
The Bishop Carroll boys won their eighth straight game on Friday night, defeating rival Penn Cambria on the road, to take over the top spot in the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference Section 1 and raise their record to 11-2.
CORY ISENBERG| Big games aplenty this week
Shade is the lone ranked area team in the boys’ Harrisburg Patriot-News poll.
Conemaugh Valley girls send notice
The Conemaugh Valley girls made sure that teams in the WestPAC North don’t overlook them when talking about the contenders in the section.
CORY ISENBERG| Class A Portage making big impact
Last week’s winter weather played havoc with the holiday hoops tournaments.
CORY ISENBERG| Season coming into focus early
It’s still only the second week of the high school hoops season and already some patterns are beginning to emerge and two players have topped the 1,000-point plateau.
With a strong starting rotation returning, the defending District 5 Class A champion Shade boys have their eyes set high again this season and are currently 6-0. The Panthers emerged with the tournament title from the 35th annual Mountain Cat Tournament at Pitt-Johnstown over the weekend, downing a talented Northern Bedford squad in the title game to win the championship.
- Blacklick pulls off season’s 1st upset
Will bye weeks help or hurt teams?
Nine area football teams remain alive in the high school postseason battles.
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