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Bisons facing unknown in Northwestern
It will be a learning experience for District 5 champion Bedford when it meets District 10 runner-up Northwestern this afternoon in a PIAA Class AA baseball quarterfinal at the Burkett Complex near Pittsburgh.
“We really don’t know anything about them,” Bedford coach Scott Waugerman said on Wednesday. “I wish I did. That’s a team we were were unaware of.”
Three Rams ink letters of intent
Nico Pecora stood out in three sports at Richland High School.
He could perform at a high level in many roles on the football field while catching or throwing passes, making tackles, defensing passes, or booting punts.
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10 Trojan athletes continuing careers
On Friday, Greater Johnstown High School announced that 10 student-athletes will either continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level or enlist in the U.S. Military.
The 10 student-athletes, listed alphabetically, follow:
Trey Andrews, Thiel College, football: Andrews and Trojans teammate Jayvon Braxton each will go to Thiel and play football.
10 McCort athletes select colleges
On Thursday, Bishop McCort Catholic High School announced that 10 members of its upcoming graduating class will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
The 10 student-athletes – listed alphabetically – will carry their careers on in six different sports at seven schools.
Jeremy Adams, Westmoreland County Community College, baseball: Adams a three-year starter and letter winner on the Crimson Crushers’ baseball team has contributed to the club’s three consecutive District 6 Class A titles, with the most recent crown coming Wednesday.
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