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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.
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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.
Greater Johnstown's Noon named All-American
Greater Johnstown’s Grant Noon already had been setting goals and preparing for his final baseball season with the Trojans next spring when he received recognition on the national level for his performance during the recently completed season.
The 17th annual Louisville Slugger High School All-America Team made Noon a second-team honoree. A slugging catcher and strikeout pitcher for the Trojans, Noon was recognized among the top scholastic players in the country when the All-America team appeared in Collegiate Baseball newspaper.
Six Trojans plan to continue athletic careers
Greater Johnstown High School honored six student-athletes who will continue their careers in college, and the district recognized two senior athletes for their contributions.
The ceremony took place Tuesday afternoon at Cochran Auditorium.
Subich, Dell recognized for football
Greater Johnstown High School senior Nick Subich earned the Joe Sarra Community Service Award and took a Scholar Athlete Award at the recent Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet.
The Joseph D. Sarra Community Service Award is named for the long-time chapter board member and former Penn State assistant football coach.
Johnstowners take football talents to top
Johnstown’s football tradition was on display at the highest professional levels in both the United States and Canada during 2012.
Greater Johnstown High School graduates LaRod Stephens-Howling and Geroy Simon made their marks in the NFL and CFL, respectively. Another former Trojans standout, Antwuan Reed, finished a four-year career at Pitt and signed with the NFL Cleveland Browns, attending preseason training camp before being released.
Athlete of the Week: Roshon Fields
Name: Roshon Fields
School: Greater Johnstown
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