HYNDMAN — The HOPE for Hyndman soccer team did not disappoint its fans in Monday’s home opener as the Hornets toppled visiting Berlin Brothersvalley, 8-1.
Northern Bedford’s Makayla Kochara, left, and Claysburg-Kimmel’s Emalee Cavender battle for a loose ball over the net in Monday’s volleyball matchup. Claysburg swept Northern Bedford, 25-21, 25-8, 25-7. Story and additional pictures in Wednesday’s Gazette.
HYNDMAN — After tying the school record a week ago, Will Waltman finally surpassed Cory Diehl as Hyndman’s career scoring leader in Monday’s 8-1 victory over Berlin Brothersvalley.
Bedford regular Chuck Clise turned a bit of good luck into a big win as Bedford’s annual Fall Fest began Friday night. It was Clise’s sixth career Bedford Late Model win but the first since a big win in 2017.
BELLWOOD — Everett took second in the team standings and Everett’s Dylan Taylor was second in the individual championship at the ICC Golf Championship, Monday.
STATE COLLEGE – In a year of ups and downs for the Senior Pirates, the ultimate downer came Sunday in the first round of the playoffs when the third seeds went down early to the last seeded Yankees and couldn’t manage to overcome the 10 runs the bombers put on the board.
SAXTON — Both the Everett and Tussey Mountain varsity girls’ soccer teams were looking for their first victory of the season as they met in an ICC match, Thursday.
LOYSBURG — Northern Bedford’s boys swept an ICC tri-meet by topping Juniata Valley, 19-38, and Moshannon Valley, 18-42, while the NBC girls split by beating Moshannon Valley, 11-25, but falling to Juniata Valley, 19-42, Wednesday.
SAXTON – Tussey Mountain staved off six match points in a decisive fourth game, but Fannett-Metal outlasted the Lady Titans for a hard- fought 23-25, 25-15, 25-17, 31-29 ICC victory, Tuesday night.
STATE COLLEGE – The senior Pirates ended the regular season on Sunday on a strong note, avenging two earlier losses to the Rays behind the right arm of P.J. Holberg and plenty of run support from his mates in a 17-8 win.
ALTOONA — Northern Bedford’s Ian Zimmerman took second and helped the Black Panthers to a sixth-place finish at the Altoona Mountain Lion Invitiational, Saturday.