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MARION CENTER — Ty Ryen will never forget his senior night. It was perfect in more ways than one. The Marion Center quarterback was perfect on the night, and he accounted for five of the Stingers’ (4-4) eight touchdowns as they cruised to a 56-0 win over United in a Heritage Conference game …

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KENWOOD — In what has been a brutal season for Northern Cambria and Penns Manor, it was ultimately the homestanding Comets who remedied some of the damage done in previous weeks.

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PURCHASE LINE — Michael Krejocic’s big play instincts and a troublesome second-half Homer-Center pass rush helped move the Wildcats’ winning streak to seven games with a rock-solid 33-16 victory over Purchase Line on Friday night in a Heritage Conference football game.

With the eighth week of the season here, most Heritage Conference teams can rest assured they will still be playing when the District 6 playoffs begin. It’s just a matter of where everyone will fit into the brackets.

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Hunters and those who support the age-old tradition of utilizing wild game have the opportunity to let their

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For many, crappies provide the first excitement of the season, as anglers eagerly await the forage-driven movements that draw slabs out of deep water and into the cover-laden shallows where they are easy to access. By summer, though, crappie interest lags. Fish vacate the shallows; the easy …

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PURCHASE LINE — Curwensville posted 17 third-quarter points in a 24-22 victory over Purchase Line on Friday night at Barry T. Madill Field in a rare non-conference game between the two neighboring school districts, the first in more than 50 years.

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PATTON — After Friday night’s Heritage Conference road game at Cambria Heights, Penns Manor High School football coach Bill Packer promised his Comets they’d go to the District 6 Class 1A playoffs if they could end the regular season with wins against Northern Cambria, United and whoever the…

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NORTHERN CAMBRIA — While his plan was to beat Northern Cambria on the ground Friday night, Marion Center coach Adam Rising received a pleasant surprise from his special teams unit.

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Ten of the 16 teams in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference have been called for more penalties per game than IUP. Yet one of the biggest issues facing the Crimson Hawks right now is those yellow flags.

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PORTAGE — Key plays on defense and special teams provided a big boost to Portage’s offense on Friday night as all five of the Mustangs’ first-half scoring drives started on their opponent’s side of the field, and that helped open up a commanding 29-point halftime lead en route to a 49-12 vic…

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BLAIRSVILLE — Halloween came a few weeks early as River Valley, led by the Bartolini cousins, put up a performance that is sure to give the Purchase Line Red Dragons nightmares in the Panthers’ 43-18 victory on Friday.

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MARION CENTER — Cambria Heights used its trademark ground game, churning out 298 rushing yards, and its stubborn defense to earn its sixth win of the season and mark its first ever 6-0 start in school history with a steady 36-18 victory over Marion Center at Dr. John E. Mallino Stadium on Fr…

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Hunters who plan on participating in the archery season opener on Saturday should begin their last-minute preparations in the next few days.

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Swimming jigs, which can trigger bass bites when fished in a vertical and horizontal manner, provide anglers with a one-two punch. It’s an ideal approach in the fall, when remaining submergent weeds provide an important cover option.

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PURCHASE LINE — Purchase Line’s Brady Syster dashed for 149 rushing yards and two touchdowns, and Andrew Beer added 134 total yards and a pair of scores to help propel Purchase Line to a big second half en route to their 44-6 demolition of Penns Manor on Homecoming at Barry T Madill Field on…

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