This year’s 2020 Bedford Gazette Girls’ Tennis All-Stars is highlighted by many new faces this year.
LORETTO — The St. Francis women’s basketball team is off to a strong start in the Northeast Conference, and one of the team members is Everett graduate Kaitlyn Maxwell.
The 2020 Bedford Gazette Volleyball team is full of familiar faces as six of the nine selections are on the first team for at least the second time, and the other three are either sophomores or freshmen.
The Bedford girls’ soccer team has been a statewide powerhouse the last couple seasons, and the Lady Bisons were rewarded with eight selections on the first team of the 2020 Bedford Gazette Girls’ Soccer All-Star Team.
The college wrestling season is just about to begin, and two Chestnut Ridge alumni are ranked in the Division I rankings as compiled by Wrestlestat.com.
Andrew Yanoshak, a Bishop Guilfoyle senior from Bedford, recently announced that he will play football in the fall at Notre Dame as an invited walk-on. He was a Class A All-State defensive lineman for the Pa. Football Writers Association and the Pa. Football News. Over the last two year, he …
Bedford’s boys’ soccer team had an undefeated regular season with a Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference (LHAC) title, and the Bisons led all the county teams with five selections on the 2020 Bedford Gazette Boys’ Soccer All-Star Team.
It was a special year for the cross country runners from Bedford County as they brought home three state medals for one of the strongest state showings for the locals in history.
This weekend, the Pennsylvania Football News (PFN) announced its 2020 PFN Coaches Select All-Star Team, and eight Bedford County players were named to the PFN’s first or second team.
The Pennsylvania Football Writer’s Association announced its 2020 All-Star Teams for Class A, Class 2A, and Class 3A on Tuesday and five Bedford County players were named to the teams.
Bedford graduate Kaden Cassidy made his mixed martial arts debut last month with a bout in the Battle of the Burgh 4, which took place at the Monroeville Convention Center.
PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Pirates have extended invitations to keep their minor league affiliations with the Indianapolis Indians, Altoona Curve, Bradenton Marauders and Greensboro Grasshoppers.
WINDBER — Bedford’s offense was nearly unstoppable last night as they advanced to the PIAA Class AAA semifinals next weekend as the locals rolled over District 10’s Hickory, 34-17.
KARNS CITY — Bedford boys’ soccer coach Barrett Schrock thought that the Bisons’ match with District 9 champion Karns City on Tuesday night would be a one-goal contest and would be more physical than the games that the Bisons had played this year.
NEW BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Focusing on what the big picture was for her program, first-year Chestnut Ridge volleyball coach Rebecca Muha could only smile after her team’s four-set loss in Tuesday’s PIAA opener at Redbank Valley.
HERSHEY — On one of the warmest days for a PIAA Cross Country State Championship in recent memory, some of the local runners made history and brought home three medals, Saturday.
WINDBER — Northern Bedford head coach Garry Black pointed out to his team that if they kept the score close in the first half, the Black Panthers had a chance against Redbank Valley.
The fall sports playoffs continue this week with two football teams, two soccer teams, and one volleyball team still alive in the hunt for a state medal.
WINDBER — It was a class rivalry game between Bedford and Chestnut Ridge, but this one was one on the volleyball court and was for a District 5-AA Championship.
CLAYSBURG — Claysburg-Kimmel fought off four match points in the Lady Bulldogs’ playoff match with visiting Purchase Line, but the Red Dragons got the fifth one to edge past the Lady Bulldogs, 3-2, Monday.