- Cory Isenberg
Busy week awaits if big storm stays away
Hopefully the Frankenstorm veers from the area because there are district playoffs in volleyball and soccer, the final week of the regular season in football and PIAA championships in tennis and cross country on the schedule this week.
Soccer playoffs ready to start
District 5 and 6 soccer playoffs for boys and girls get underway this week.
Red Devils run away with LHAC
The Central Cambria girls cross country team wrapped up another Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference dual-meet title last week finishing with a 9-0 mark.
CORY ISENBERG| Lonely Lions looking for company
Chestnut Ridge is courting a new conference relationship for football.
In late September, the Ridge school board voted unanimously to give Lions Athletic Director Mark Clevenger the green light to send a letter of application to the Mountain League for football only, beginning in 2014.
Big dates ahead for golf, tennis
The high school football season has reached the midway point, but several other scholastic sports seasons are starting to wind down.
Seven unbeatens in area football
Three weeks down, seven to go in the high school football regular season.
As with most years, there are some teams that have forged to the top and some that have struggled. There has also been a sprinkling of surprises.
Finalists, venues gives tournament a fresh look
With New Brunswick downing Cleveland 5-2 in Saturday’s championship game at Point Stadium, the 68th annual AAABA Tournament is in the books.
CORY ISENBERG | Postseason action heating up
With conference track and field championships decided, district championships in 5 and
6 are set for this week.
On Tuesday, the District 6-AA meet is scheduled for Altoona’s Mansion Park while the District 5 Class AA meet will be held on Wednesday at Northern Bedford County High School.
CORY ISENBERG| A long night at Mansion Park
The final 1600 relay races had run, trophies had been awarded and the stands were nearly empty except for a few remaining reporters Friday night at Altoona’s Mansion Park.
The 63rd annual West-Central Coaches Track and Field Invitational was complete for the most part except for one last event.
CORY ISENBERG| Area competitors do well at Shippensburg
The 86th annual Jack Roddick Shippensburg University High School Track and Field Invitational was held on Saturday and several area participants had quality performances at the event.
In Class AA, Forest Hills senior Sam Deitle won the high jump competition with a leap of 5 feet while Bedford senior Carrie Baker was third in the pole vault (10-6) and sixth in the 800.
Bisons’ teammate Kaitlyn Lippencott was fifth in the triple jump and Bedford’s 400 relay and 1600 relay were both eighth.
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