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Atherton scores 6 TDs in Mount Union’s 60-47 win over Moshannon Valley

HOUTZDALE — The Mount Union football team hadn't played in a game since Sept. 10 due to COVID-19 issues, but if the Trojans had any rust, it sure didn't show on the offensive end on Friday night on the road at Moshannon Valley. The Trojans built a 42-14 lead by halftime, but they allowed the ...

Indians roll by Tigers in straight sets

MIFFLINTOWN — Juniata flexed its muscle early and often on Thursday night as the Indians stormed ahead and never looked back on the way to a 3-0 victory over cross-county rival East Juniata on Thursday night at Juniata High School. The Indians (5-3) executed well offensively, and they ...

Huskies drop 5-1 match to Palmyra

LEWISTOWN—For the second time in as many days, the Mifflin County girls soccer team found itself up against Palmyra, this time with the Cougars traveling to Lewistown. The Huskies celebrated senior day but were unable to defend home field, as Mifflin County fell to Palmyra, 5-1 in a ...

‘Voice of Penn State sports’, Fisher elected to MC HOF

BURNHAM — When talking about legendary sports broadcasters, a few things come to mind. Someone who is in the field for a long time, someone who possesses outstanding descriptive abilities and a person who is witty, creative and enthusiastic. Few fit the bill like the voice of Penn State ...

Palmyra offense too much for Huskies

LEWISTOWN—The Mifflin County Huskies fell at home Wednesday afternoon, losing to the Palmyra Cougars 11-0, in a Mid-Penn Keystone matchup at Mifflin County Middle School. Huskies coach Robert Lepley was still happy with the team despite the loss, looking at the silver lining in the ...

Early momentum subsides for MC

LEWISTOWN—Mifflin County battled the best it could, but ultimately fell to rival Cumberland Valley by the final score of 3-1 in a Mid-Penn Conference volleyball game on Tuesday night at Mifflin County High School. “We’re beyond proud of the girls, we’ve been aiming as a team ...