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Saegertown senior Paige Fuller made program history for the Panthers this season when she medaled at the PIAA State Championship meet on Nov. 6.


STATE COLLEGE – As a team-wide flu-like illness cloaked Penn State last week, roster management for the Nittany Lions’ contest against Rutgers remained fluid even after kickoff.


Meadville hockey coach Jamie Plunkett has earned another milestone as he received his 1,100th win Tuesday night at the George S. DeArment Ice Arena. Meadville defeated Indiana 9-0 to give Plunkett the victory.

Meadville had the ball on its own nine-yard line. The Bulldogs had to drive nearly the entire field to win the game with about two and a half minutes left in regulation. 


Meadville fought off a second-half Juniata rally to win 34-27 in a PIAA first round matchup at Bender Field on Saturday.

The Meadville Bulldog hockey team beat conference opponent West Allegheny 7-4 on Monday at the Robert Morris University Island Sports Center. 

The Allegheny football team bounced back from a 21-3 deficit at halftime to defeat Oberlin 42-38 in a North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) matchup on Saturday at Frank B. Fuhrer Field.

SLIPPERY ROCK — Cochranton looked to be on its way to sweeping a high powered Bishop Canevin team but the Crusaders offense proved to be too much.

The Allegheny football team is set to play their last football game of the season today and will face off in a North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) match versus Oberlin. Allegheny enters the contest at 2-7, 1-7 NCAC, whereas Oberlin comes in at 1-8, 1-7 NCAC.

STATE COLLEGE — Penn State senior wide receiver Jahan Dotson was responsible for every offensive score by the Nittany Lions this past weekend as his 242-yard, three-touchdown performance spearheaded a winning effort.

Rodrick Baird’s enthusiastic theatrics when he is going for a 300 game are must-see – a graceful stare-down, semi-crouch towards the pins, a possible leg kick, and “come on” and “yeah” clench-fist screams.

COCHRANTON — The Cochranton Cardinals faced the Homer-Center Wildcats at The Bird Cage for the first round of the PIAA Class 1A girls volleyball playoffs on Tuesday.

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EDINBORO — With less than 6 minutes left in Saturday's District 10 playoff game, Harbor Creek had the ball on the 1-yard line and was poised to make it a one possession game.


The Cochranton Cardinals overcame a slow start to beat West Middlesex in four sets 16-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-17 and win the Class 1A District 10 championship.

Allegheny had its highest scoring day in two years but it wasn't enough to defeat Wooster on Saturday.

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Maryland, like every other Penn State opponent this season, found out just how dangerous of a weapon the Nittany Lions have in wide receiver Jahan Dotson.

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