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BALTIMORE (AP) — Graham Motion always wondered what it would be like to show up at the Preakness with the Kentucky Derby winner, and when that happened in 2011 with Animal Kingdom it was all he was hoping for and then some.

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Chestnut Ridge senior Jack Moyer recently committed to continue his soccer career at the University of Pittsburgh Johnstown. Seen in the photo are (from left): Front Row — Nate Ritchey, Chestnut Ridge head soccer coach; Rene Zeigler, Jack’s mother; Jack Moyer; Wayne Moyer, Jack’s father; and…

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Bedford County athletes are favored in most of the events in Wednesday’s District 5-AA Track and Field Championship at Panther Community Stadium at Northern Bedford High School.

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The Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway promoter Joe Padula made the call to race on Friday despite several cells of rain moving through the area.

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ALTOONA — Five Bedford junior high track and field athletes placed at the Altoona Middle School Championships, Saturday.

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The NCAA waited nearly a year to issue a warning that there are still rules to follow now that college athletes can earn money off their fame, sparking speculation that a crackdown could be coming for schools and boosters that break them.

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Steve Stricker completed at a wire-to-wire victory Sunday in the Regions Tradition, closing with a 4-under 68 for a six-stroke victory and his fourth PGA Tour Champions major title.

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Kurt Busch pinched his way past Kyle Larson for the lead with eight laps to go, then drove his gaudy Jordan Brand-styled car away from the reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion to win Sunday's race at Kansas Speedway.

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With the addition of several teams to the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference primarily with teams from the former Mountain Conference, the LHAC has announced its sections for all the sports in which the conference participates.

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Akers to play football at Juniata College Everett’s Malex Akers has committed to continue his football career at Juniata College. Seen in the photo are (from left): Front Row — Todd Akers, Malex’s father; Malex Akers; and Tracie Akers, Malex’s mother. Back Row — Chris McCahan, Everett athlet…

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SAXTON — The Northern Bedford boys and the Bedford girls won the team titles at the Bedford/Fulton County Meet, Thursday.

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FISHERTOWN — Forest Hills scored four runs in the second and five runs in the fourth to grab a 9-5 win over host Chestnut Ridge, Friday.

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Claysburg-Kimmel 14, Southern Huntingdon 3 Everett 5, Claysburg-Kimmel 4 Everett 3, Claysburg-Kimmel 3

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ALTOONA – Despite jumping out to a 2-0 lead early, Somerset rallied for three runs in the last two innings to defeat Altoona, 4-2, on Wednesday afternoon in front if 6,165 fans at Peoples Natural Gas Field

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LORETTO — Bedford competed in the Laurel Mountain Junior High Track and Field Championships at St. Francis on Monday.

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SOMERSET — Despite a last minute site change, the Bedford County Buffaloes used a big first quarter to trounce Snyder County Spartans in an 83-32 Great Eastern Football Association victory, Saturday.

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Claysburg-Kimmel 11, St. Mary’s 4

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LOYSBURG — Bellwood-Antis won the boys’ championship, while Juniata Valley won the girls’ at the ICC Championships at Northern Bedford, Monday.