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GJHS hires Price
Greater Johnstown High School simultaneously landed a new boys basketball coach and lost a girls basketball coach on Tuesday night.
The Trojans’ athletic program also solidified its head football coaching position for another three years.
- Baseball ready to leave on-deck circle
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Senior Hoops Showcase rosters announced
The rosters for the seventh annual AmeriServ Senior Hoops Showcase are set, with 1,000-point scorers, 500-rebound players and conference and district champions represented on the boys’ and girls’ all-star squads.
The Showcase will be played on Sunday, April 6 at the Pitt-Johnstown Sports Center. The girls’ game begins at 1 p.m., with the boys contest to follow at 3 p.m.
Sophomore a girls wrestling success
Greater Johnstown sophomore Mariah Harris is a trail blazer in the sport of girls wrestling.
Last weekend, Harris won her third consecutive Pennsylvania Girls State Wrestling Championships title at Susquehanna Township High School in Harrisburg.
Hollidaysburg upsets No. 1 Johnstown
Hollidaysburg scored two goals 37 seconds apart early in the third period and then held off top-seeded Greater Johnstown 4-3 in a Laurel Mountain Hockey League semifinal at Planet Ice on Wednesday.
“We went into the locker room and talked about pushing the pace,” Hollidaysburg coach Craig Fitzgerald said of his message during intermission of a tie game.
Laurel Mountain berths on the line
Both spots in the Laurel Mountain Hockey League championship will be decided at Planet Ice in Richland Township tonight.
Top-seeded Greater Johnstown takes on Hollidaysburg at 6:30 p.m. with Somerset and Richland taking the ice at approximately 8:10 p.m.
PIAA wrestling notebook: Murin not pleased with fifth place
Max Murin won the first 36 matches of his varsity career.
But the Central Cambria freshman was disappointed after he dropped two consecutive bouts on Friday night at the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships.
Richland's Pecora is one of two local wrestlers in state finals
It has never been easy for Nico Pecora to just be himself on the wrestling mat.
He’s always been the son of legendary Pitt-Johnstown coach Pat Pecora. And the younger brother of standout Marco Pecora.
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