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Pat Rothdeutsch

Pat Rothdeutsch covers Penn State football for The Centre County Gazette. Email him at [email protected]

Articles by Pat Rothdeutsch

Clarence, Blanchard tied at 2-2 in CCBL finals Clarence, Blanchard tied at 2-2 in CCBL finals
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BLANCHARD — It may not be as striking or eye-catching as being down 0-2 and facing elimination, but the Blanchard Bees are very happy with their Game 2 win over Clarence and an evenup series in the County Baseball League Finals. Blanchard had to come back from a two-game deficit [Read More]
Blanchard goes back to the finals against Clarence Blanchard goes back to the finals against Clarence
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — The rematch is on. The Centre County Baseball League’s season will once again come down to the defending champion Blanchard Bees against the No. 1 seed Clarence Mounties. Both teams clinched their semifinal series on July 23 and qualified to play for the 2019 [Read More]
SC Little Leaguers fall in sectional final SC Little Leaguers fall in sectional final
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The State College Little League 12U All Stars rode their offense all the way into the Section 4 Tournament finals, but in the end the SC hitters couldn’t decipher the pitchers from East Pennsboro. The East Pennsboro hurlers gave up just two runs in the two wins their team recorded over [Read More]
State College Little League Wins District 5 Championship State College Little League Wins District 5 Championship
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Pat Rothdeutsch
It didn’t take long for the State College Little League baseball team to assert itself in this year’s Pennsylvania District 5 Little League Tournament. [Read More]
Herrington signs to play with California University of PA Herrington signs to play with California University of PA
15 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — The California University of Pennsylvania will be graduating three senior guards from its women’s basketball team this spring, but maybe this news will make those losses a little less concerning. Philipsburg-Osceola All-State guard Halle Herrington announced that she will [Read More]
Three county teams qualify for state tournament Three county teams qualify for state tournament
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Pennsylvania’s Big Dance begins this weekend as boys’ and girls’ teams from across the state begin their quest for a state basketball championship. Here in Centre County, the State College, Penns Valley and St. Joseph’s girls have all qualified for the tournament, and as [Read More]
Herrington scores 51 in season opener Herrington scores 51 in season opener
36 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The 2018-19 Centre County high school girls’ basketball season is upon us and if the pre-season stories are accurate, it should be another wild, unpredictable — and hopefully successful — year for all six teams. Friday, Dec. 7, marked the first games for four of the six teams, and [Read More]
State College, BEA Football Ready for PIAA Quarterfinals State College, BEA Football Ready for PIAA Quarterfinals
39 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Pat Rothdeutsch
State College in 6-A and Bald Eagle Area in 3-A both came through with impressive wins in PIAA football tournament play Nov. 18. Now it’s on to the state quarterfinals for both teams, and they both will be facing imposing and playoff-hardened opponents. [Read More]
Nittany Lions look to get to 9-3 with win over Maryland Nittany Lions look to get to 9-3 with win over Maryland
39 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Penn State may have played a conservative and close-to-the-vest game in its 20-7 win at Rutgers on Saturday, but the Maryland team that's coming to town this week certainly didn’t against Ohio State. The Terrapins flew all over the field against the Buckeyes, hanging an incredible 535 yards [Read More]
State College, BEA move on in football playoffs State College, BEA move on in football playoffs
40 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Bald Eagle Area outlasted Forest Hills in the District 6 AAA championship game to take home Centre County’s second football district championship in as many weeks. State College won the first one Nov. 2 in the AAAAAA classification, and the Little Lions kept rolling with a sub-regional [Read More]
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