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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

Spring Mills belts Lemont in County League action Spring Mills belts Lemont in County League action
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
HOUSERVILLE — Spring Mills pitcher Jordan Brennan served double duty in Sunday afternoon's Centre County League game at Lemont's Spring Creek Park. Brennan not only hung tough in a five-run, 10-strikeout, complete-game performance. He also swatted a two-RBI double that ignited the Braves to a [Read More]
Lift for Life gets bigger — and better Lift for Life gets bigger — and better
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — The 12th annual Lift For Life at the Penn State Lacrosse Complex on Saturday afternoon was by all accounts another unqualified success. Beautiful weather, lots of enthusiasm from the PSU football players, and likely another fund-raising record for the Lift For Life [Read More]
Bellefonte hammers Clearfield, 18-0, to capture District 5 Little League title Bellefonte hammers Clearfield, 18-0, to capture District 5 Little League title
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — On Sunday, with a 7-2 victory over Clearfield, the Bellefonte Little League 11-12 All Stars emerged from their arduous run through the loser's bracket of the District 5 Tournament and forced a one-and-done showdown for the district championship. On Monday they finished the job. In [Read More]
Phillies already looking toward next year Phillies already looking toward next year
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
As the losses pile up, Philadelphia Phillies' general manager Ruben Amaro is coming under increasing pressure from Philly fans to put up the "For Sale" sign. In fact, he already has. Speaking on Monday before the game in Milwaukee, Amaro said that the Phillies "already started" serious trade talks [Read More]
Learning lessons: Bald Eagle Area gets bounced from its first District 5 Tournament Learning lessons: Bald Eagle Area gets bounced from its first District 5 Tournament
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
MILESBURG — Playing in its very first District 5 Tournament, the new Bald Eagle Area Little League won two of its first three games and found itself just two games shy of fighting through the tournament's demanding losers' bracket. Bald Eagle Area's quest ended there, however, as it ran into a [Read More]
Bellefonte Little League All-Star squad dumps State College, 10-0 Bellefonte Little League All-Star squad dumps State College, 10-0
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Bellefonte pitcher Ben Macafee said that this group of Little League All-Stars has never advanced past the District 5 tournament. Now, after two impressive 10-run victories in two games, Macafee and his teammates look primed to finally take things to the next level. Playing in the [Read More]
That's football That's football
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The "Group of Death" will kick off its final two games this afternoon with all four teams still in contention to advance into the knock-out rounds of the World Cup. Today, it is the U.S. going against group leader Germany, and Ghana is clashing with Portugal. Germany and the U.S. are tied with four [Read More]
End of the Road: Central Columbia pours it on to end BEA's title hopes End of the Road: Central Columbia pours it on to end BEA's title hopes
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — The Bald Eagle Area softball team time and again this season was able to come back from late deficits and pull out improbable wins. Playing in the PIAA AA championship game against Central Columbia on Friday night at Beard Field, the Lady Eagles once more came back from an [Read More]
Makennah Dyke leads the way for BEA Makennah Dyke leads the way for BEA
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — It's half-jokingly said that softball can simply be boiled down to, "How's your pitcher?" Bald Eagle Area coach Curt Heverly was asked just that after senior Makennah Dyke's seven-hit, three-run performance in BEA's 7-3 PIAA Class AA semifinal win over Philipsburg-Osceola on [Read More]
Bald Eagle Area belts P-O, punches ticket for PIAA finals Bald Eagle Area belts P-O, punches ticket for PIAA finals
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Bald Eagle Area knew that a two-run lead in the last inning was not enough. Not in the PIAA Class AA state semifinal game before an overflow crowd at Penn State's Beard Field. Not after what has happened — and BEA itself has done — so far in these 2014 playoffs. [Read More]
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