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Swartz, Baublitz cut down Rangers

October 24, 2014 WINGATE — A team with a lot of speed and quickness to begin with, playing on a turf field was even more dangerous for the unbeaten Indians on Thursday nigh. more »»

 
 
 
Indian boys come on in second, advance

October 24, 2014 WINGATE — After 40 minutes, several great chances and nothing to show for it, Juniata didn’t take long to reverse thing. more »»

MCCA boys fall in final game

October 24, 2014 LEBANON — Isaac Ebling’s hat trick made for all the scoring as Lebanon New Covenant spoiled Mifflin County Christian’s season finale, 3-0. more »»

Passing grade

October 23, 2014 STATE COLLEGE — Just like a point guard, every time Mifflin County senior Kezia Loht blows through an opposing defense — as she does several times a game — she faces a decision whether to try scorin... more »»

Mountain Lions vanquish MC 4-2

October 23, 2014 ALTOONA — It was a long wait, but well worth it for the Altoona Mountain Lions. The Mountain Lions vs. more »»

MW scores two first half goals in win

October 23, 2014 WILLIAMSPORT — Midd-West came into the District 4 Class AA girls soccer tournament after ending the regular season on a bit of a roller coaster ride, with an unfriendly drop at the finish. more »»

Seniors reflect on MC careers

October 23, 2014 LEWISTOWN — The joy of life is in the journey. Each transition or phase of living brings some adventure with it. We say goodbye to the old and embrace the new. more »»

Sports notices

October 23, 2014 Baseball *The Centre County Baseball League is accepting new teams for the 2015 season. For membership requirements, e-mail centrecountyleague@gmail.com. more »»

SCHOLASTIC SPORTS

October 23, 2014 Freshman Football *Central Dauphin 25, Mifflin County 7-Trent Hidlay connected with Cade Shoemaker for the Huskies touchdown. more »»

Quick goal for Tigers sets the tone

October 22, 2014 MILLVILLE — No matter the seeding, the playoffs are a completely different animal from the regular season. more »»

Lancers’ late goal is enough

October 22, 2014 MILLVILLE — For 74 minutes, Loyalsock and East Juniata traded punches but none landed. more »»

’Cats best Gettysburg

October 22, 2014 YORK — A pair of early goals was all the seven-time defending TVL Wildcats needed to upend Gettysburg and advance in the District 3 Class AA field hockey tournament. more »»

Greenwood eliminated

October 22, 2014 BERNVILLE — Greenwood was definitely ready for its District 3 Class A playoff opener on Tuesday night. more »»

Setting it straight

October 22, 2014 Juniata’s midget football program has won league titles in the CFA?league as recently as 2013. more »»

Sports notices

October 22, 2014 Baseball ? The Centre County Baseball League is accepting new teams for the 2015 season. For membership requirements, e-mail centrecountyleague@gmail.com. more »»

Second season looms for locals

October 21, 2014 Tri-Valley League *Boys Soccer East Juniata, Juniata and Greenwood all enter their respective district playoffs in a good place. more »»

Sports notices

October 21, 2014 Baseball *The Centre County Baseball League is accepting new teams for the 2015 season. For membership requirements, e-mail centrecountyleague@gmail.com. more »»

SCHOLASTIC SPORTS

October 21, 2014 From staff reports LEWISTOWN — Mifflin County Christian Academy got two goals from Luke Todd and defeated Meadowbrook 5-0 in a boys soccer game on Monday. more »»

Banged-up Huskies hold Harrisburg early, then succumb

October 20, 2014 HARRISBURG — Injuries hurt — they can be devastating to a football team. Just ask Mifflin County coach George Miskinis, whose sidelines have resembled a M*A*S*H unit for much of the season. more »»

A grand return

October 20, 2014 LEWISTOWN — What a JVFL debut. Or in this case, possibly a triumphant return. more »»

Little Lions finish perfect

October 20, 2014 LEWISTOWN — In the final game of the Juniata Valley Football League’s season, the Kish Indians were making their fourth straight appearance and went up against a familiar foe in State College in the... more »»

 
 
 

 

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