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Indians go up, fall down

HUNTINGDON — Juniata was capable of putting together a solid all-around first quarter, but it wouldn’t last long in a 38-20 loss to Huntingdon Friday night. There was a lot of good talk when it came to the size and ability of Huntingdon’s skill players, but they had a tough time tough ...

First-half setbacks doom Tigers

BEAVER SPRINGS — Despite a strong second-half scoring run, East Juniata lost its final homecoming game to defending District 11 champion Williams Valley, 40-20, on Friday at West Snyder Elementary. The Viking passing attack was too much for East Juniata to handle early on as junior ...

SCHOLASTIC SPORTS

BELLEVILLE — Anthony Thompson scored twice and David Yoder had three assists as Belleville Mennonite picked up its third win of the season in boys soccer, 5-1 over Sunbury Christian on Friday. Sunbury Christian won the first meeting between the two but came into this one with a missing ...

McFadden gets first at Grove over Outlaws

MECHANICSBURG — Australian champion James McFadden scored his first career Williams Grove Speedway sprint car win, and his first career World of Outlaws win, in the second night of the Williams Grove National Open Friday night. McFadden earned $10,000 for the win driving the Carlisle-based ...

Huskies shut down by Hollidaysburg

LEWISTOWN — For the Holidaysburg girls soccer team Thursday, the Sky was the limit. Mandy Sky, that is. Sky was the main cog in the scoring machine as she scored three Golden Tiger goals in their 4-0 shut out of Mifflin County in a nonleague girls soccer game at Mifflin County Middle ...

Greenwood’s offense too much for Tigers

COCOLAMUS — You’ve heard that saying about a hot knife through butter? Think of that when you picture the way Greenwood moved the ball through East Juniata’s defense on the way to a 9-0 shelling of the Tigers in Tri-Valley League field hockey on Thursday. To say the Wildcats dominated ...

Wildcats silence East Juniata

COCOLAMUS — Tough defense and great teamwork and communication led the way in Greenwood’s 4-0 victory over East Juniata in a Tri-Valley League boys soccer game Thursday. “It’s exciting, good momentum I’m excited for the boys and the ladies to get a win here tonight,” Wildcats ...

SCHOLASTIC SPORTS

HARRISBURG — Ross Cotrill scored Mifflin County’s only goal, but it was enough as the Huskies deafeated Harrisburg, 1-0, in Mid-Penn boys soccer. Sergey Frolov assisted on Cotrill’s goal, which came in the 59th minute. Huskies goalkeeper Zach Burke recorded four saves in the ...

Gravel scores opening-night win

MECHANICSBURG — David Gravel assumed the lead when Greg Hodnett and Shane Stewart crashed in turn three and went on to score the opening-night win for the 55th annual Williams Grove National Open. His 15th World of Outlaws win this season was worth $10,000. It was his second Grove win of ...

Mifflin County rallies past East Juniata

LEWISTOWN —The Mifflin County field hockey team returned to its winning ways with a tougher than expected 3-2 non-league victory over East Juniata on Wednesday. After having their seven-game winning streak snapped in overtime by Cumberland Valley Monday, the Huskies bounced back with goals ...