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75 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Philipsburg-Osceola, St. Joe’s and State College were in tournament action to start the wrestling season, while Bald Eagle Area and Penns Valley opened with dual meets. Bellefonte’s first match is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 14. BALD EAGLE AREA Up next for BEA is the anxiously awaited [Read More]
St. Joseph's Wrestling to Host Dual Meet for the First Time St. Joseph's Wrestling to Host Dual Meet for the First Time
75 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Tommy Butler
For the first time in the short history of St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy wrestling, a dual meet will be hosted by the Wolves. On Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m., the Tyrone Golden Eagles will make their way to Boalsburg to take to the mat with St. Joe's. [Read More]
St. Joe’s hosting its first dual meet Dec. 13 St. Joe’s hosting its first dual meet Dec. 13
76 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BOALSBURG — For the first time in the short history of St. Joseph’s Academy wrestling, a dual meet will be hosted by the Wolves. On Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 7p.m., the Tyrone Golden Eagles will make their way to Boalsburg to take to the mat with St. Joe's.  Wolves head coach Pat [Read More]
Happy Valley Dolls win Ohio Valley River Riot Tournament Happy Valley Dolls win Ohio Valley River Riot Tournament
76 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
On Nov. 18 and 19, the Happy Valley Dolls of State College Area Roller Derby participated in the Ohio Valley River Riot Tournament.  The tournament, hosted by the Ohio Valley Roller Girls, consisted of eight teams from all over North America. Each participating team is part of the [Read More]
Football a Perfect Fit for These Young Centre County Women Football a Perfect Fit for These Young Centre County Women
81 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Tommy Butler
Joannah Skucek, Gigi Agliardo and Charlee Harris are all two-sport athletes and seniors at their respective Centre County high schools. One of the sports each of these young women play is football. [Read More]
Football a perfect fit for these young Centre County women Football a perfect fit for these young Centre County women
81 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Joannah Skucek, Gigi Agliardo and Charlee Harris are all two-sport athletes and seniors at their respective Centre County high schools. One of the sports each of these young women play is football. Skucek and Agliardo are linebackers for the State College Area High School junior varsity team, while [Read More]
Soltis takes over AD duties at Bellefonte Soltis takes over AD duties at Bellefonte
83 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Bellefonte athletic director Jimmy Soltis has been working his new job for almost four weeks now after recovering from surgery. Even though he’s still getting used to the new office and building layout, he’s already enjoying the culture. [Read More]
Penn State's Jack Ham inducted into the Hometown Hall of Fame Penn State's Jack Ham inducted into the Hometown Hall of Fame
85 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Former Penn State and Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Jack Ham was inducted into the Hometown Hall of Fame on Friday, Sept. 29.  The Pro Football Hall of Fame created the Hometown Hall of Famers program to honor the roots of football’s best and most influential [Read More]
Becoming part of the brotherhood Becoming part of the brotherhood
90 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Part of the reason I got into sports journalism was how much I loved sports, especially baseball. I had played as a kid in some local little leagues. I was never very good and I was pretty lazy as a kid, so I never got very far, but I always loved watching and learning the sport. [Read More]
Little Lions Looking to Improve on Successful 2016 Little Lions Looking to Improve on Successful 2016
91 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Tommy Butler
State College finished 2016 with a 10-2 record and conference and regional titles. In 2017, despite graduating 18 players, the Little Lions have their eyes set on even greater success -- specifically, the state championship. [Read More]
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