NORTHERN CAMBRIA — It took almost a week longer than the other teams in the Cambria County American Legion Baseball League, but Claysburg Post 522 made its 2021 debut on Wednesday night.
STATE COLLEGE – Clinton Mearkle led off the bottom of the eighth inning with a double just inside the left field line and that’s where the game ended, called because of weather with the locals down 3-1.
HOLLIDAYSBURG — Bedford’s offense put up 15 or more runs for the third game in a row in a 15-6 win over host Hollidaysburg in a Cambria County American Legion contest, Tuesday.
SOMERSET – Just a couple days after Bedford threw a perfect game against Somerset in a Cambria County American Legion game, the two teams met again on Monday night.
CRESSON — “I hate for it to end like this when you don’t know that it’s ending. That’s what makes it so hard. This season just ended, and we didn’t even know it.”
Everett Elite wins Wolfpack Out of the Den tournament The Everett Elite 12U travel softball team won first place at the Wolfpack Out of the Den tournament, going undefeated in the tournament held June 5-6. Team member are (from the left): First Row — Gabi Dadetto, Jade Colledge, Emma Calliha…
Deputy captures triple crown of state wrestling Kooper Deputy competed for the Orchard Wrestling Club and completed the triple crown of wrestling as he won state titles in freestyle, Greco, and folkstyle this year. Last month he won the PAUSAW Greco state title in 12-under 67 pounds and the …
SIDMAN – The Bedford Post 113 American Legion Team used a four-run spurt with two outs in the top of the seventh inning to break a tie and lift the Hurricanes past St. Michael, 12-8, Wednesday.
ALTOONA — Northern Bedford faced fellow Inter County Conference member Juniata Valley Monday in a first-round PIAA state championship tournament game. The Black Panthers were victims of several errors, which put them in a hole, and a late rally fell short in a 9-6 setback to the Hornets at A…
McCONNELLSBURG — Legendary Pittsburgh Pirate announcer Bob Prince would commonly say that when the Pirates were behind by a couple runs late in the game, the Pirates needed a “bloop and blast.”
Bedford County took one of the largest contingencies to the PIAA Track and Field Championships last week, and the athletes responded with one best performances by the athletes.
SHIPPENSBURG — Chestnut Ridge’s Logan Pfister became the Lions’ first state champion in outdoor track and field at this year’s PIAA State Track & Field Championships, Friday.
For the third time in his career, Army’s August Cook advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship after placing sixth in the javelin event at the East Preliminary Meet, last week.
NBC makes tag, but Southern Fulton wins 5-A title Northern Bedford’s Brooks Snider, right, looks up to the umpire after tagging out Southern Fulton’s Ethan Powell in the second inning in the District 5-A Championship, Wednesday. Southern Fulton captured the title with a 13-3 win over the Bla…
RICHMOND, VA. – Oneil Cruz hit his fifth home run of the season as part of a four-hit day at the plate to lead Altoona’s 9-4 win over the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Wednesday afternoon.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — Bedford’s baseball team has seen a lot of its school’s other teams have tremendous success this season, so it should come as no surprise the team followed suit.
SHIPPENSBURG – It has not been an easy season for the Chestnut Ridge’s Logan Pfister, but it ended with the biggest honor that Pennsylvania high school track and field athlete can accomplish.
SHIPPENSBURG — After last year’s PIAA State Track and Field Championships were cancelled due the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 graduates did not have a chance to win gold or even any medal at all.
EVERETT — Everett’s MaKenna Richards stepped up to the plate in the third inning with the bases loaded in Thursday’s District 5-AA semifinal against fourth-seeded Conemaugh Township.
FISHERTOWN – The second-seeded Chestnut Ridge softball team played strongly in all facets of the game as the Lady Lions rolled past sixth-seeded Northern Bedford, 14-1, in five innings in the District 5-AA semifinal matchup, Thursday.
BERLIN — In a game that featured a delay in the start of the game, several unusual plays, and both teams struggling for hits with runners in scoring position, Northern Bedford’s Cullen Lloyd came through big for his Black Panther teammates in a District 5-A quarterfinal against third-seeded …