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Atkinson Mills Sportsmen’s Club ¯ Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. The club is located at 55 Sportsmen Club Lane, McVeytown; email atkinsonmillssportsmensclub@gmail.com; online at http://atkinsonmills-sportsmensclub.weebly.com Blue Rock Sportsman ...

Smith’s two goals propel Indians

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From staff reports DUNCANNON—The Juniata girls soccer team received a pair of goals from Amelia Smith in a 4-3 victory over Susquenita on Wednesday night in Duncannon. The Indians’ (4-6) Smith scored one goal off of a corner kick and added her second on from the top right corner of the ...

Buckeyes, Nittany Lions are favorites

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The wait is almost over for the Big Ten. The ACC, Big 12 and SEC have been playing anywhere from three to five weeks amid the pandemic, and all the players and coaches around the Big Ten could do is watch. “Most of it’s been torture, just not being able to play games,” Ohio State ...

Teton goat hunting is physically challenging

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — “Mountaineering with a rifle” is how Taylor Glenn summed up his first few hours of pursuing mountain goats in Grand Teton National Park. The morning of Sept. 23, Glenn was soft-spoken and bummed out, having just descended a steep scree slope below Symmetry Spire ...

Indians fall in three sets to Lions

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MIFFLINTOWN—The Juniata Indians played better than the scoreboard indicated in their home 3-0 loss to Northern Dauphin Christian School in a non-conference volleyball match on Tuesday. The Indians held late leads in the first and third sets, but had trouble finishing points and couldn’t ...

Mt. Union cancels its game for Friday

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From staff reports MOUNT UNION—Due to COVID-19 cases at Mount Union High School, the Trojans football and volleyball programs will shut down for the next two weeks, according to Mount Union athletic director Bob Wydock. Mount Union will have in-person instruction today before transitioning ...

Tigers roll past Indians in rivalry game

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MIFFLINTOWN—When the East Juniata offense is rolling, goals tend to come in bunches. The Indians were the Tigers latest victim on Monday evening as Kierstyn Fogle put four balls in the back of the net and Leah Sankey also scored as East Juniata cruised past rival Juniata, 5-1, in a battle ...

Indians implode, fall to Wildcats

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MIFFLINTOWN—A night that began in celebration ended in hardship for the Juniata Indians, who held their Senior Night before Monday’s game against Halifax. Stuart Dare scored the first goal of the game with a little more than 12 mintues remaining to give Juniata a 1-0 lead and all the ...

Juniata football game at Newport canceled

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From staff reports NEWPORT—Juniata’s road football game against Newport on Friday has been canceled. No schedule changes have been announced yet. Field hockey Line Mountain 4, EJ 0 McALISTERVILLE—The East Juniata field hockey team got blanked by Line Mountain, 4-0. The Tigers put ...

Larson sweeps Outlaws weekend

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PORT ROYAL—Kyle Larson dominated the Nittany Showdown Friday night at Port Royal Speedway, but needed some good racing luck to end up in victory lane again in the Saturday night finale. Brent Marks raced by Larson with three laps to go and appeared to have a faster racecar. But, the yellow ...