October 9, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Junior High Soccer

McConnellsburg 5, Southern Fulton 4 Briar Kirk had an outstanding offensive effort last Friday when the Southern Fulton junior high scoccer team squarred off against the McConnellsburg Spartans. More...

Field Hockey

Forbes Road 2, Huntingdon 0 Forbes Road held onto their perfect Keystone League record with a 2-0 victory over the Huntingdon Bearcats last Tuesday. More...

Girls Volleyball

Fannett-Metal 3, Southern Fulton 0 Southern Fulton maintained a close distance but couldn't close the gap against Fannett-Metal last Tuesday during a disappointing 3-0 Sideling Hill League loss. More...

Racing Roundup

Lance Dewease showed them how it's done in central Pennsylvania over the weekend. More...

McClelland, Walton And Ridden Ride Path Valley Winning Sprints

With only one points race remaining, Tim McClelland started on the pole in the 270 Sprints and raced to his first win of the season Friday night at Path Valley Speedway Park. More...

Great Cove Golf News

Mercersburg American Legion tournie results played on Saturday were first place - Rich Smith, Bob Noll, Cookie Brown, Tony Van Duren; second place - Tim Piper, Derick Piper with a 59; Bobby Heckman, Dane Hoffman, 60; third place - Pat and Brian Sha More...

Boys Soccer

McConnellsburg 3, Everett 2 McConnellsburg narrowly slipped by the Everett Warriors last Wednesday in overtime, clinching the Sideling Hill League match by the score of 3-2. More...

Girls Soccer

McConnellsburg 2, Everett 2 For the second time this fall, the McConnellsburg Lady Spartans and the Everett Warriors were forced to settle for a tie. More...

Pee Wee Football

Juniata Valley 7, Fulton County 0 The Fulton County Cowboys winning streak came to an end Saturday with a disappointing 7-0 loss at the hands of the Juniata Valley Eagles. Following a zero tie at halftime, the Eagles pulled away for the victory. More...

Tony Stewart Gets Controversial Talladega Win

TALLADEGA, Ala. - Regan Smith, driver of the No. 01 Dale Earnhardt Inc. Chevrolet crossed the finish line first, but NASCAR ruled that he made an illegal pass on Tony Stewart near the end of the race, and declared Stewart the official winner. More...

District Five Boys Soccer Ratings

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