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Midd-West top Wolves in district play

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SELINSGROVE — Coming out of a first half in which Midd-West scored every other goal, the push after the break was to invest in an insurance policy. Naturally, the Mustangs turned to the one player who had made the biggest impact in the first half: Erin Tompkins. Midd-West was in good ...

Thunder fall to St. Joseph’s

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PHILIPSBURG—After being absent from the post season, the Belleville Mennonite team showed that they were back and ready to contend. In its game against a second year program in St. Joseph’s Academy, the Thunder and Wolves put on a great defensive effort pushing the game to the final ...

Heffelfinger ties for 13th at states

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From staff reports YORK ä Mount Unionás Trey Heffelfinger shaved five strokes off his first-day total and gained 10 places in the final standings after the second round of the PIAA Class 2A golf championship Monday at Heritage Hills Resort. Heffelfinger shot a 78 Tuesday in a final round ...

Nationals beat up Cole in game one win

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HOUSTON (AP) — Juan Soto and the Washington Nationals quickly derailed the Cole Express. A 20-year-old prodigy with a passion for the big moment, Soto homered onto the train tracks high above the left field wall and hit a two-run double as the Nationals tagged Gerrit Cole and the Houston ...

Trojans sweep final match

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MOUNT UNION — Mount Union ended the volleyball season on a high note, getting a 3-0 win over Fannett-Metal in a nonleague match on senior night. The game scores were 25-10, 25-17 and 25-16. The first set could not have gone better for the Trojans. Led by a service run by Destinie Myers, ...

Scholastic sports

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SHINDLE — Mifflin County Christian Academy’s girls soccer team finished the season Monday with a 3-1 victory over Centre County Christian Academy. The first goal came just three minutes into the game when Jill Hart sent a well-placed ball to Megan Weyant, who found the back of the net. In ...

Penn State’s early lead enough for W

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UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State bent and bent and nearly blew what looked like an easy win. But the Nittany Lions didn’t break. And they got very, very lucky. Michigan dropped a short fourth-down pass in the end zone that would have tied the game with 2:01 remaining. That allowed the No. ...

’Dogs stay perfect

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LEWISTOWN — The undefeated Burnham Bulldogs midgets met up with second-seeded McVeytown for all the marbles Sunday in the Central Keystone Football and Cheer League Championship game. The Eagles were trying to get past the Bulldogs for the first time this season, having fallen in their two ...

Title to Kish in debut

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LEWISTOWN — What a debut. In its first year of playing under the banner of the Central Keystone Football and Cheer League, the Kish peewee football team captured the championship Saturday against a very tough McVeytown team, posting a a 41-14 victory. “I am super proud of how they played ...

Stutts ends dry spell with first Port win in a 410

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PORT ROYAL — T.J. Stutts scored a long overdue and emotional win in the 25-lap sprint car feature Saturday night at Port Royal Speedway. Stutts’ first career Port Royal win in the 410-sprint division was worth $4,000 and came in the final tune-up for the World of Outlaws Nittany Showdown ...