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Skip Bryner, a 60-year-old right hander, rolled his 36th career 300 game and his second of this season while bowling for Kneppy’s Clippers in the American League Tuesday night at Holiday Bowl.

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A total of 12 student/athletes from Huntingdon Area High School were honored Monday evening by being named to Mountain League all-star teams in the various fall sports.

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Juniata women’s volleyball standouts, Marybeth Weihbrecht (Mechanicsburg), Dejia Danhi (Ashburn, Virginia), Victoria Taylor (Middletown, Delaware), Katie Byrne (Annapolis, Maryland), and Morgan Edwards (Lancaster) were named AVCA All-Americans.

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The Inter-County Conference has name its fall sports all-stars and seven athletes from three area schools were recognized for their efforts.

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Eli Manning threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard with 53 seconds left and the New York Giants snapped a five-game losing streak by beating the San Francisco 49ers 27-23 on Monday night.

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Juniata Valley locked up with Claysburg-Kimmel for a smash-mouth District 6-A quarterfinal game at Hollidaysburg’s Tiger Stadium Saturday. The Hornets led 14-0 at halftime, but the Bulldogs came back and scored three times following three JV turnovers to take the lead. The Hornets dug deep a…

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The Juniata College women’s volleyball team has been on a roll despite opening the season with a 3-3 record.

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The Juniata football team wrapped up its season with a 24-6 loss at Susquehanna in the 59th edition of the Goalpost Game Saturday afternoon at Alonzo Stagg Field.

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With its come-from-behind District 6-A quarterfinal win over Claysburg Saturday night, Juniata Valley will move into a semifinal test against third-seeded Bishop Guilfoyle Saturday

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Friday’s District 6-A quarterfinal football game featuring seventh-seeded Claysburg at second-seeded Juniata Valley was postponed because of the heavy rainfall in the area during the day. It has been rescheduled for this evening at 7 p.m. The contest has been moved to the turf at Tiger Stadi…

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The Juniata women’s volleyball team advances to day two of the NCAA tournament after their 3-0 (25-16, 25-13, 25-15) victory over Colonial States Athletic Conference Champion Notre Dame (Md.) Friday evening in Memorial Gymnasium.

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Keldon Johnson and Immanuel Quickley each scored 15 points, Nick Richards grabbed a career-high 19 rebounds and No. 2 Kentucky rallied in the second half to beat Southern Illinois 71-59 on Friday night.

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The Juniata men's basketball team is slated to finish sixth in the Landmark Conference preseason poll after ending the 2017-18 season with an overall record of 23-6.

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The Juniata women's basketball team was picked sixth in the 2018-19 Landmark Conference preseason poll after finishing with an overall record of 23-6 in the 2017-18 season.

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A week ago, Juniata’s football team gave up 692 total yards to perennial Centennial Conference power Johns Hopkins and lost a 56-0 decision in the Eagles’ final home game.

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LEXINGTON, Ky.- Marybeth Weihbrecht was named AVCA Region Player of the Year and head coach Heather Pavlik was named AVCA Region Coach of the Year, while Katie Byrne, Dejia Danhi, Morgan Edwards, Victoria Taylor, Weihbrecht, and Alyssa Tavera were all named AVCA All-Region players.

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Juniata Valley used its week off to work individually in practice and now it’s game week. The Green Hornets are the No. 2 seed in the District 6-1A playoffs and host a quarterfinal game against InterCounty Conference foe Claysburg-Kimmel Friday at 7 p.m.

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The Juniata field hockey team defeated Widener 2-0 and will advance to the semifinal round of the ECAC championship.

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The Juniata women’s volleyball team swept this year’s Landmark Conference awards. The team also had six players named to the All-Conference team.

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Second-seeded Juniata Valley will host seventh-seeded Claysburg in a District 6-1A football playoff game Friday. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

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Worthy’s Refuse won the 2018 championship of the Tuesday Twilight League at Standing Stone Golf Club. Members of the team include, kneeling, Derrick Grabill; standing, from the left, Scott Reynolds, Mike Robison, Jason Chilcote, Jeff Wertz and Landon Yingling.

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Juniata will be hosting the Regional Round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Championship November 9-11.

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Fifth-seeded Southern Huntingdon gave fourth-seeded Penns Valley all it wanted through the better part of three quarters Saturday night in Spring Mills. But the Rams pulled away in the fourth period to earn a 42-27 District 6-2A quarterfinal victory over the Rockets.

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Tussey Mountain opened the District 5-A playoffs with a semifinal game against an opponent that matched up pretty evenly with them. Conemaugh Township ran an interception back for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give it a two-score lead and then held off the Titans for a 27-22 victory i…

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Things started well as Juniata College honored its 17 graduating seniors before playing in their final home game at Knox Stadium.

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For the 12th straight time in Landmark Conference history and the 38th straight time in No. 6 Juniata College women’s volleyball history, the Eagles are conference champions after their 3-0 (25-14, 25-18, 25-16) win over Susquehanna Saturday evening in Memorial Gymnasium.

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Huntingdon’s special teams have played an important part in its run to the playoffs this season and the Bearcats displayed that aspect of the game early Friday evening when Tyson Cook returned the opening kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown to quickly give Huntingdon the early advantage in a Di…

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The Juniata College football team did some things very well in last Saturday’s contest with Dickinson at Knox Stadium. Too many mistakes overshadowed the good and the Eagles came up short 47-14.

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The Southern Huntingdon football team has qualified for the District 6-2A playoff in each of the past four years without getting to a championship game. The task will be daunting again this year as the fifth-seeded Rockets (7-3) will be on the road at fourth-seeded Penns Valley (7-3) tomorro…

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The Juniata football team is having a raffle this Saturday at their home game against Johns Hopkins. All money raised will go to Alliance for Breast Care at J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital.

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Tussey Mountain wasn’t projected to be an 8-2 team during the preseason. That doesn’t matter now because the Titans are a winning team and start the District 5-A playoffs at home Saturday against Conemaugh Township.