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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

Local Athletes Shine in Second Half of 2017 Local Athletes Shine in Second Half of 2017
112 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Pat Rothdeutsch
In part 2 of the review of 2017 in Centre County sports, Pat Rothdeutsch looks back on what happened in local athletics from June through December. [Read More]
Lady Mounties, Lady Rams win holiday tourneys Lady Mounties, Lady Rams win holiday tourneys
112 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Everyone was on vacation from school over the holidays, but there was still lots of action in local girls’ basketball, especially in tournaments across the area. Here’s some of what happened. In the West Branch Holiday Tournament, Bald Eagle Area broke into the win column with a 43-37 [Read More]
Local athletes shine in second half of 2017 Local athletes shine in second half of 2017
112 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
As the end of the 2016-17 school year approached, there were other Centre County teams who stood out, in addition to the baseball and softball teams. In boys’ volleyball, after a successful regular season, State College narrowly lost to Altoona, 3-2, in the District 6 championship. The Little [Read More]
Local Athletes Got 2017 Off to a Good Start Local Athletes Got 2017 Off to a Good Start
113 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Pat Rothdeutsch
Penn State’s football team, of course, was far from the only story in local sports, so we’d like to have a look back at some of the biggest ones, arranged by month. This is part one of two, looking back on January through June. [Read More]
Lady Rams continue to hammer the competition as girls' basketball season takes off Lady Rams continue to hammer the competition as girls' basketball season takes off
114 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The Penns Valley girls’ basketball team is turning heads. The Lady Rams began the season by beating defending PIAA state runner-up Juniata Valley — a team that returned all five starters — in the last seconds at the Ram Dome on Dec. 11. Bald Eagle Area was next, and yes, BEA has [Read More]
Herrington scores 39 and career point 1,000 in first game of 2017 Herrington scores 39 and career point 1,000 in first game of 2017
115 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Philipsburg-Osceola girls’ basketball coach Alexis Bacher said in a preseason interview that she couldn’t wait for junior guard Halle Herrington to “get back into her groove” in the new season. She didn’t have to wait very long. Herrington poured in 39 points in the [Read More]
Herrington to lead a more focused, mentally prepared P-O squad Herrington to lead a more focused, mentally prepared P-O squad
115 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — One of the big questions surrounding the Philipsburg-Osceola girls’ basketball team as it begins the 2017-18 season is what can junior guard Halle Herrington possibly do to top her performance as a sophomore in '16-'17. It’s a good question. Herrington led the Lady [Read More]
High School sports schedules High School sports schedules
116 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Bald Eagle Area Boys’ basketball — Dec. 12, Penns Valley Girls’ basketball — Dec. 13, at Penns Valley Wrestling — Dec. 12, at Clearfield Bellefonte Boys’ basketball — Dec. 8, at Central Mountain; Dec. 12, Huntingdon Girls’ basketball — Dec. 8, [Read More]
State High to Face Old Foe in PIAA Quarterfinals State High to Face Old Foe in PIAA Quarterfinals
118 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Pat Rothdeutsch
The State College Little Lions battled back for a 21-14 victory over previously unbeaten Delaware Valley on Nov. 17 and advanced into the Pennsylvania state quarterfinals to face an old foe and the No. 1 ranked team in the state: Pine-Richland. [Read More]
State High to face old foe in PIAA state quarterfinals State High to face old foe in PIAA state quarterfinals
118 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The State College Little Lions battled back for a 21-14 victory over previously unbeaten Delaware Valley on Nov. 17 and advanced into the Pennsylvania State Quarterfinals to face an old foe and the No. 1 ranked team in the state: Pine-Richland. At messy Mansion Park Field in Altoona, however, Bel [Read More]
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