November 5, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Boys Cross-Country

Southern Fulton Places Third in Championships More...

Field Hockey

Indian Valley 9, Forbes Road 0 A strong offensive attack by Indian Valley last Thursday afternoon resulted in nine unanswered goals during the semifinal game of District 6-AA playoffs against Forbes Road. More...

Volleyball

McConnellsburg 3, Berlin 2 More...

Racing Roundup

The 2009 racing season in Central PA came to an end Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway, which had its finale for its Saturday Night Series. More...

Franklin Financial Reports Quarterly Earnings

Franklin Financial Services Corp., the bank holding company of F&M Trust Co., reported earnings of $1,083,000 for the quarter ended September 30, 2009. More...

Pee Wee Football 2009 Super Bowl Champs

Pictured above are the Huntingdon County Pee Wee football league 2009 Super Bowl Champs. They played October 31, under the lights at Southern Huntingdon High School for the championship. More...

County Youths Advance On KYFL Championship

In an impressive 36-0 shut out of the Fairfield Knights Saturday afternoon at SSVC field in Scotland, these Fulton County kids advance one step closer to the KYFL championship game. More...

Boys Soccer

Northern Bedford 1, Forbes Road 0 Northern Bedford inched by Forbes Road in overtime Saturday during the opening round of District 5-A playoffs. Tanner Henry, goalie, posted six saves in goal for the Cardinals during the 1-0 loss. More...

Girls Cross-Country

Southern Fulton Wins District Title More...

Girls Soccer

Northern Bedford 3, McConnellsburg 2 A shootout decided last Thursday’s District 5-AA quarterfinal match between Northern Bedford and McConnellsburg. During the Panthers 3-2 win over the Spartans, Casey Pollock tallied two goals. More...

Schoen Places Second In Punt, Pass, Kick Competition

Kyle Schoen, Fort Littleton, placed second in the Jaycee’s annual Punt, Pass and Kick State Championship competition at the team’s practice facility, Holuba Hall, at University Park on November 1, 2009. More...

Softball Champs

Peckies Auto Body women’s softball team was named the Huntingdon County Women’s League champions with a record of 14-2 and also the Tri-County League chamipons with a record of 15-3. More...