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CORY ISENBERG| Area fans treated to playoff dramas
Some of the most exciting high school football playoff games over the weekend came courtesy of area squads.
Shade’s hard-fought, dramatic victory over Northern Bedford in the District 5 Class A quarterfinal was a stunner, especially for the Black Panthers faithful, who were already planning for Saturday’s playoff game against Tussey Mountain.
Forest Hills upsets second-seeded Mount Union
Forest Hills followed a familiar path in knocking No. 2 seed Mount Union out of the 6-AA field on Friday night.
Westmont girls take district tennis title
Westmont Hilltop captured the District 6 Class AA girls tennis team title on Friday with a
5-0 victory over Forest Hills in Sidman.
The Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference champion Hilltoppers (15-0) will begin PIAA play on Tuesday in Altoona.
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Annual Santa Fund Soccer Classic will return
The third annual Santa Fund Soccer Classic, featuring all-star seniors from Cambria and Somerset Counties, will be held as a boys and girls doubleheader on Nov. 23 at Greater Johnstown’s Trojan Stadium.
Richland’s Moran leads D6 golf qualifier
Richland's Connor Moran was the overall winner at Tuesday's District 6 golf qualifier at Summit Country Club.
Bishop Guilfoyle hands setback to Forest Hills
Forest Hills used two turnovers to take an early lead against Bishop Guilfoyle on Saturday night at Mansion Park.
But the Marauders regrouped in dominating fashion, scoring five consecutive touchdowns en route to a 40-14 LHAC victory over the Rangers (2-2).
LHAC coaches pick Bishop Carroll
Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference girls volleyball coaches selected Bishop Carroll as the team to beat in conference play this fall.
The LHAC held its girls volleyball media day on Friday at Bishop Carroll. All conference teams except Johnstown attended the inaugural event, which included a vote by coaches on the top teams.
Arizona drafts Roberts
George Roberts spent much of Saturday waiting for the phone to ring or watching online as Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft progressed through its second day.
The Kent State first baseman from Summerhill was anxious to hear or see word of a selection that would impact his future.
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