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Pat Rothdeutsch

Pat Rothdeutsch covers Penn State football for The Centre County Gazette. Email him at sports@centrecountygazette.com

Articles by Pat Rothdeutsch

State College baseball squad opens with 7-2 win State College baseball squad opens with 7-2 win
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — The State College Area High School baseball team played its first game of the season on March 24 against Red Land at Community Field. Because of bad weather and bad conditions, it was also the first day that the team was actually outside playing on a baseball field.Before [Read More]
Franklin addresses media as Lions prepare for spring practice Franklin addresses media as Lions prepare for spring practice
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State head football coach James Franklin's wide-ranging spring practice press conference on March 17 touched on almost every aspect of the Nittany Lion football program. From the administration to assistant coaches, to fans and community support, to red shirts and [Read More]
Harrisburg ends State High's season, 80-63 Harrisburg ends State High's season, 80-63
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
WINGATE — After seeing him twice in two earlier losses, State College knew all about what Harrisburg senior Jahaad Proctor could do on a basketball court.Yet the first two times Proctor touched the ball in the teams' first-round PIAA AAAA contest on March 7 at BEA, he floated in two perfect [Read More]
Huntingdon edges Bellefonte in District 6 playoffs Huntingdon edges Bellefonte in District 6 playoffs
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
TYRONE — This wasn't exactly David and Goliath. Yet there was no question that Huntingdon was physically far bigger and stronger than Bellefonte when they met up in the District 6 Class AAA first-round at Tyrone on Feb. 23. Not only that, but Huntingdon won the two previous meetings against [Read More]
State High boys and girls ready for postseason play State High boys and girls ready for postseason play
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE —  Both the State College High School boys' and girls' basketball teams will square off on Thursday, Feb. 26, in the District 6 AAAA Championship games at Mt. Aloysius College against very familiar rivals — the Altoona Mountain Lions. For the State High boys, Altoona [Read More]
Penn State softball squad looks for improvement Penn State softball squad looks for improvement
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — It didn't take long for second-year Penn State softball coach Amanda Lehotak to begin seeing positive change in the attitudes of her players. Surprisingly, it wasn't after the Nittany Lions took out Arkansas, LIU Brooklyn and Georgia Tech in their first three games of the [Read More]
West Branch ends Bald Eagle Area's season West Branch ends Bald Eagle Area's season
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
TYRONE — In the end, the No. 2 seeded West Branch Warriors restored some aspect of balance in the world of District 6 Class AA tournament basketball. To do it, the Warriors prevailed over No. 15 Bald Eagle Area, 74-72, in an epic nail biter that wasn't decided until the final two seconds of [Read More]
Penns Valley readies for postseason Penns Valley readies for postseason
7 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — It's not that difficult to determine the kind of game the Penns Valley boys' basketball team puts out onto the floor. The Rams are patient on offense, take care of the ball, look for high-percentage shots, and are unselfish almost to a fault. On defense, they're fundamentally [Read More]
Bellefonte Lady Raiders come together and start winning Bellefonte Lady Raiders come together and start winning
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Bellefonte first-year head girls' basketball coach Adam Gearhart inherited a winning basketball program with a solid core of veterans returning for the 2014-15 season. Things looked good. Yet the Lady Red Raiders struggled in every game early in the season, winning just one of [Read More]
Signing day should be an impressive for Nittany Lions football Signing day should be an impressive for Nittany Lions football
9 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — National signing day for college football is Wednesday, Feb. 4. That's the day when colleges get written commitments from their next batch of players, 17- or 18-year-old kids who have dreams of stardom in college and then the NFL. It's difficult not to get caught up in it [Read More]
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