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Kanagy throws no-hitter for Big Valley

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BELLEVILLE — Taking advantage of nine errors and Ryan Kanagy’s no-hitter, Big Valley powered past State College, 13-0, in four innings in its opener of the District 5 major 12 baseball tournament Monday. “We feel great it was a fantastic team effort,” Big Valley coach Chris Gill said. ...

S. College gets past Big Valley

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BOALSBURG — State College came out with hot bats Monday night in their District 5 minor 10 contest against Big Valley in the opening round of 10U All-Star action. The Little Lions seemed to find all the holes, finishing with nine hits en route to the 14-0 victory over a young Big Valley ...

Muckdogs hold off Spikes after 8th inning rally

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UNIVERSITY PARK — With the way things were going, there was feeling that one big break was going to be a factor in which team won the game between the State College Spikes and Batavia Muckdogs. With the Muckdogs and Spikes deadlocked through seven innings in a scoreless duel, the Muckdogs ...

Tomahawks’ season ends before bowl

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LEWISTOWN — Mifflin County Tomahawks coach Brian Rodgers knew his team had to play mistake-free football to beat Moshannon Valley and move on to a third straight Keystone Bowl appearance. Instead, the Tomahawks gave the Vikings a gift with a huge bow on top. Mifflin County turned the ball ...

BV minors win in rout

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BELLEFONTE — It was quite a debut Sunday for the Big Valley Little League Minor 11 baseball team as it cranked out 15 hits en route to an 11-3 victory over Bellefonte in the opening round of the District 5 tournament. Logan Alexander led a strong Big Valley pitching performance as he allowed ...

Post 287 splits with S. College

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CENTRE HALL — It was a lemonade day in more than one way for the Mifflin County American Legion baseball team. Post 287 lost its scheduled doubleheader Sunday with Huntingdon when the Juniata College field was unavailable. Ready to go was the Shaner complex, where Mifflin County and State ...

Spikes look for change, can’t find it in loss

State College Spikes

UNIVERSITY PARK — After suffering three straight losses to West Virginia, the State College Spikes returned to Medlar Field hoping to turn things around with some good home cooking. Unfortunately for the Spikes, the Muckdogs had other ideas as they dealt the Spikes an 8-6 defeat ...

North gets past six local athletes, South

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ALTOONA — Six local athletes participated for the South team at the 34th Annual Lezzer Lumber Football Classic at Mansion Park in Altoona on Friday night. Mifflin County’s Jake Yoder, Bryson Phillips, and Davis and Aaron Wagner, along with Mount Union’s Daunte Martin and Levi ...

McVeytown wins back-to-back titles

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McVEYTOWN — At the end of most Mifflin County Babe Ruth regular seasons, there is usually just one team that is happy. For the 2018 campaign that team will be McVeytown. McVeytown, the defending league champions, won its second straight title with a 21-3 record. Milroy forfeited its last ...

Vikings stand in Tomahawks way of Keystone Bowl

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LEWISTOWN — The Mifflin County Tomahawks are one victory away from reaching a third consecutive Keystone Bowl. Standing in their way is Mount Conference rival Moshannon Valley. The semifinal battle in the Great Eastern Football Association playoffs kicks off at 7 p.m. Saturday at Rec Park. ...