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MIKE MASTOVICH | Jays' RB waits to finish what he started
One of the most impressive statistical performances of Week 1 doesn’t officially appear in the record books.
At least, not yet.
MIKE MASTOVICH| Bills is Laurel's all-around performer
Ryan Bills has emerged as a leader at the plate, in the field and on the mound for upstart Laurel Auto Group in the AAABA League.
Laurel moved above the .500 mark with an interleague doubleheader sweep over Altoona Sheetz on Saturday, with Bills picking up one of the victories.
MIKE MASTOVICH | Delweld extends AAABA win streak
Delweld notched its seventh and eighth consecutive wins on Thursday night, even though the winning streak continued in a somewhat unorthodox fashion.
MIKE MASTOVICH| Despite holes, Renegades top AAABA
Larry McCabe appreciated the Berkley Hills Renegades’ ascent to first place in the AAABA League more than most people.
A first-year AAABA League manager but veteran of the region’s baseball scene, McCabe still is waiting to see how the Renegades perform when their lineup consistently is at full strength.
MIKE MASTOVICH | An eventful season for Callihans
The three Callihan brothers have gone through more cellphone minutes than usual during the current District 6 basketball playoff run.
MIKE MASTOVICH| Johnstown hockey outlook optimistic
Not so long ago, Johnstown’s hockey future seemed precarious at best.
The odds of an anchor tenant landing in Cambria County War Memorial Arena next season seemed slim about a month ago.
Mike Mastovich | Where does hockey fit in War Memorial future?
The Federal Hockey League wants in. The Wheeling Nailers might be out. The North American Hockey League just might be interested though nothing is official.
The United States Hockey League, not so much.
Exactly what is the future of hockey at Cambria County War Memorial Arena for next season and beyond?
Mike Mastovich | Making a Federal case in Johnstown
Two years ago, Andy Richards saw an opportunity and made a pitch to bring a team from the then-fledgling Federal Hockey League to Johnstown.
The Johnstown Chiefs had just announced the ECHL team’s pending departure for Greenville, S.C., after owner Neil Smith had finally lost too much money to remain in one of the most storied hockey cities in North America.
Line leads Rams to district final
Richland will make its first district championship game appearance in 25 years thanks largely to a young but experienced offensive line.
Teams don’t average
267.1 rushing yards a game without an effective line.
They don’t pass for another 154.5 yards per outing either.
Mike Mastovich | Johnstown uses bye week to rest up for Clearfield
Under ideal circumstances, Johnstown coach Tony Penna Jr. and his players would have preferred to spend last weekend defending their District 6 Class AAA title.
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