2019 Coverage:

LORETTO — The Saltsburg Trojans trailed the Bishop Guilfoyle Marauders by just seven points with three minutes remaining in the third quarter of the District 6 1A semifinals Friday night on St. Francis University’s DeGol Field on Friday night.

SALTSBURG — The Saltsburg Trojans made school history on Saturday night with their first district playoff win on their home field with a 39-14 victory over Claysburg-Kimmel in the District 6 Class 1A quarterfinals.

SALTSBURG — For the second consecutive year, Purchase Line’s offense piled up plenty of points against the Saltsburg defense.

HOMER CITY — Saltsburg took the field Friday with the hopes of picking up a signature win for its on-the-rebound program. The Trojans hadn’t beaten Homer-Center in a while and were ready to do whatever they needed to take down the Wildcats on their home turf.

MARION CENTER — It was only the first game of the year, but Friday night’s matchup at John R. Malino Stadium felt like an important Week 7 game.

SALTSBURG — For the first time in a long while, the atmosphere felt different at Saltsburg’s preseason camp.

PURCHASE LINE —  Saltsburg came into Friday night’s Heritage Conference game against Purchase Line at Barry T. Madill Field riding high. Following a stretch in which they had won two of three games, including an upset win last week over West Shamokin, the Trojans had finally begun to make a …

SALTSBURG — Two nights after a meeting was held to address the future of the Saltsburg football program, the Trojans pulled a major upset.

ARMAGH — Saltsburg has experienced a rough stretch as of late. Following a season-opening win over Marion Center, the Trojans dropped four straight games — three via a loss and one by forfeit. The young squad’s time got even tougher last week as a 20-point fourth-quarter effort wasn’t enough…

SALTSBURG — The Penns Manor Comets did lots of damage early and held on late, and that was good enough to get them above .500 in their quest for a 12th straight postseason berth.

SALTSBURG — The Blairsville Bobcats knew the script well and how it ended: The defense struggled and the offense, though talented and capable, couldn’t take care of the ball consistently enough to bail out the defense.