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QZ93 Sports announces fall football schedule

In Berlin, Central Cambria, Conemaugh Township, District 5, District 6, Football, Greater Johnstown, LHAC, Meyersdale, North Star, Rockwood, Shade, Shanksville, Somerset, Turkeyfoot Valley, WestPAC, Windber on August 29, 2009 at 9:52 am

Congratulations to the Conemaugh Township Indians, the District 5 Class A champions after a thrilling victory over Windber on Friday night!

We told you it was going to be a good one, and we weren’t wrong. It came down to Scott Thomas’ field goal in the waning seconds to give the Indians the title, 21-20.

Be sure to keep an eye on this page, as we let you know about any future broadcasts involving the Indians, who get a week off before facing the District 7 (WPIAL) champion.

For the complete broadcast schedule, click here!

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TV catches up with Portage

In Central Cambria, District 6, Football, Portage, WestPAC on August 18, 2009 at 2:14 pm

WJAC-TV started its look at area football teams with a visit to perennial WestPAC power Portage on Monday afternoon.

Here’s a look at the Mustangs, who will be heavy favorites to earn another trip to the District 6 championship  game this season.

“Two-A-Days: Portage Mustangs” (WJAC-TV)
For even more, check out this link, which is to WJAC-TV’s High School Sports tab and features raw interviews with RB Mike Sinosky, QB Taylor Swires and coach Gary Gouse. There’s also a bunch of similar stuff on Central Cambria.

PIAA girls championships: Day 2

In Central Cambria, District 5, District 6, LHAC, PIAA, Track and Field, WestPAC on May 24, 2009 at 6:32 am

The local girls continued to prove tough at the PIAA track and field championships, as evidenced by yet another Seymour pulling down a gold.

Kelsey Seymour took home the title in the 1,600-meter run.

Take a look at the other coverage of Day 2 here!

Seymour claims title in 1,600-meter run (The Tribune-Democrat)
Seymour’s plan pays off (Altoona Mirror)
NC’s Rocco takes second in javelin
(The Tribune-Democrat)
Lady Colts’ Rocco garners second in javelin
(Altoona Mirror)
PIAA track and field championships: Day 2
(WJAC-TV)
PIAA track and field results (The Tribune-Review)

Devils duo shines off the field

In Baseball, Central Cambria on April 6, 2009 at 12:41 pm

It takes a great commitment to become an Eagle Scout. Two students at Central Cambria are working toward theirs and are also members of the schools baseball team.

Aaron Dreikorn and A.J. Pagano were named Persons of the Week by The Tribune-Democrat for their efforts to improve ballfields in Vinco for their Eagle Scout projects. More…

Portage’s Perich leads area contingent

In Central Cambria, Penn Cambria, Portage, WestPAC, Wrestling on April 2, 2009 at 7:59 am

Portage junior Shawn Perich led a host of area wrestlers during Day 1 of the National High School Wrestling Tournament in Virginia Beach, Va., according to the Altoona Mirror.

Perich won his only Day 1 bout while Penn Cambria had four wrestlers win their only bouts of the day. More…

Miller hoops his way to AP team

In Basketball, Central Cambria, District 5, District 6, LHAC, Pitt-Johnstown, Tussey Mountain on March 31, 2009 at 8:50 am

Central Cambria senior Jordan Miller was honored by his community a few weeks ago with his own week. Now, he’s part of the Class AA first team for the state of Pennsylvania.

The basketball star, who will  go to Pitt-Johnstown next year to play for coach Bob Rukavina, averaged better than 30 points per game this season. More…

Somerset baseball gets started strong

In Baseball, Central Cambria, District 6, LHAC, Somerset on March 25, 2009 at 7:06 am

The Somerset baseball team scored four runs on only one hit in the sixth inning and held off Central Cambria in the first game of the season.

Brett Christner and Anthony Papini combined to earn the 4-3 victory.

Somerset wins baseball opener (The Daily American)

Now this is an award…

In Basketball, Central Cambria on March 24, 2009 at 1:28 am

Central Cambria senior Jordan Miller’s a stud. There’s no two ways about it.

Now, Miller can tell his friends that he’s got his own week, according to a small item in the Altoona Mirror. More…