September 24, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Girls Soccer

Conemaugh Township 5, McConnellsburg 1 Conemaugh Township racked up three goals in the first 15-minutes of Saturday's game and held on for a 5-1 blasting of the Mc- Connellsburg Spartans. More...

Volleyball

McConnellsburg 3, Southern Fulton 0 McConnellsburg cruised to a 3-0 victory over Southern Fulton last Thursday, marking their second consecutive victory of the new season. More...

Path Valley Speedway Results

A total of 103 cars filled the pits for the ninth annual Sprint Nationals at Path Valley Speedway. The four-division show included 270cc and 600cc Micro Sprints, Sidewinders, and the PA Sprint Series 305 Sprints. More...

Racing Roundup

Fayetteville's Lance Dewease came out on top of Saturday night's 30-lap 410 Sprint National Open at Selinsgrove Speedway. Dewease led all 30 laps for his second career Open win that came over Brian Leppo, Pat Cannon, Greg Hodnett and Cody Darrah. More...

Boys Soccer

McConnellsburg 5, Everett 0 McConnellsburg jumped out to a four-point lead Monday and easily cruised onto a 5-0 ousting of the Everett Warriors. More...

Field Hockey

Belleville Mennonite 2, Forbes Road 1 With only 10 minutes left on the game clock Friday, Belleville Mennonite pulled away for the 2- 1 Keystone League win over Forbes Road. More...

Golf

Bedford 204, Everett 204, Northern Bedford 235 Bedford Bisons edged out Everett in a six-man decider showdown last Monday with Forbes Road Cardinals Andrew King, Jesse Newman and Dylan Gelvin all making appearances on the golf course. More...

Blue Cowboys Outlast Silver Cowboys in Flag Showdown

The Blue Cowboys outlasted the Silver Cowboys on Sunday at Lions Club Park. The teams battled to a scoreless tie through regulation, with no serious scoring threat from either offense. More...

PA Trio To Host TV Show

Jason Say, Kyle Schwabenbauer and Teresa Patterson, all Pennsylvania natives and residents, will be co-hosting the television show "Wired Outdoors" appearing on the Sportsman Channel. More...

Third Time's A Charm For "Snickerdoodle"

"Timeless" is the term the judges used to describe 11-yearold Old Mill E. Snickerdoodle, who was named Supreme Champion for the third time at the 2009 Premier National Junior Show on Monday, Sept. More...