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Indians struggle to solve Rollers’ offense

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HARRISBURG — Losing a starting quarterback to injury at any time is tough. Losing a starting quarterback before facing a defending state champion is a different story. But that was the task Juniata football faced on Saturday, as signal-caller Jacob Condo was sidelined with a broken ...

Peck tops Wise at Lincoln, wins $20K

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ABBOTTSTOWN — Justin Peck tracked down Zeb Wise over the final nine laps of the Dirt Classic Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway and then the two young drivers went back and forth for the lead for a few laps before Peck secured it, and went on to the $20,000 win. Freddie Rahmer raced from ...

Huskies fail to capitalize on turnovers

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LEWISTOWN — Mifflin County showcased power football on defense and the Huskies had a stellar night, creating opportunities for its offense with a pair of fumble recoveries and multiple three and outs. Unfortunately for the Huskies, Mifflin County once again showcased what has been apparent ...

Penn State looking to history to prep for Tigers

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UNIVERSITY PARK (AP) — Most of the intelligence No. 10 Penn State has on its upcoming opponent was compiled long ago by the team’s video production staff. How much it’s worth now is up for debate. Not only will No. 22 Auburn’s visit to Beaver Stadium provide the Nittany Lions (2-0) ...

Portzline sets boys’ county record

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McALISTERVILLE — The stage was set perfectly for Anson Portzline to make history. The Juniata Christian School Lions soccer team was playing at home against Columbia County Christian. It was senior night and following the game, the school was set to host a bonfire, celebrating the senior ...

Panthers hold off Mustangs’ late rally

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MIDDLEBURG — Bloomsburg made schematic and personnel changes prior to Friday night’s game at Midd-West. The overhaul led to the greatest change for the Panthers, a 40-21 victory to put them in the win column for the first time this year. “Talking as a staff, we wanted a different ...