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A sad passing

In Bishop McCort, Football on August 22, 2009 at 12:05 am

The Seidel family has the deepest sympathies from all of us at QZ93 Sports on the passing of former Bishop McCort star and assistant coach Dave Seidel. He was 45 and had battled cancer for seven years.

Community loses ‘true competitor’ (The Tribune-Democrat)


PIAA baseball and softball: First Round

In Baseball, Bishop McCort, Chestnut Ridge, District 5, District 6, LHAC, North Star, Northern Cambria, PIAA, Softball, WestPAC on June 2, 2009 at 6:35 am

The region was well represented in the first round of the PIAA baseball and softball championships.

The Bishop McCort and North Star baseball teams, as well as the Northern Cambria softball team all moved on with victories Monday afternoon. Unfortunately, Chestnut Ridge softball was knocked off, keeping the day from being a total success. More…

PIAA boys championship: Day 2

In Berlin, Bishop McCort, District 5, District 6, LHAC, PIAA, Track and Field, WestPAC on May 24, 2009 at 6:25 am

You read about Berlin sophomore Alex Will a few days ago, so it’s good to know he tied for eighth at the PIAA championships as a first-year high jumper!

Congrats, Alex!

Of course, there were a ton of other local athletes that fared well on Saturday, including Bishop McCort’s Jim Spisak, the runner-up in the 1,600-meter run.

Check out the local coverage here!

Spisak runner-up in 1600 (The Tribune-Democrat)
Ingle, Endress capture fourth (Altoona Mirror)
Altoona teams return home with two golds (Altoona Mirror)
PIAA track and field championships: Day 2 (WJAC-TV)
PIAA track and field results (The Tribune-Review)

United senior earns third in boys javelin

In Berlin, Bishop McCort, District 5, District 6, LHAC, PIAA, Track and Field, United on May 23, 2009 at 8:16 am

Tyler Capitosti fell short of his qualifying standard and finished third in the javelin at this year’s PIAA championships after a toss of 185 feet on Friday. He had qualified at 204 feet.

Berlin finished on the outside looking in in the 4×800-meter relay preliminaries, so there will be no trip to the finals for the Mountaineers. Meanwhile, Bishop McCort senior Jim Spisak won his heat of the 1,600 and will race in the finals today.

Here’s other coverage from our area papers and television stations!

Capitosti takes third in javelin (The Tribune-Democrat)
AAHS’ Nadolsky injured; Tyrone’s Shaffer medals (Altoona Mirror)
State track and field championships: Day 1 (WJAC-TV)
PIAA track and field results (The Tribune-Review)

Somerset baseball can’t repeat in title tilt

In Baseball, Bishop McCort, District 6, LHAC, Portage, Somerset, WestPAC on May 22, 2009 at 1:36 am

The Golden Eagles booted the ball around and couldn’t make up for it at the plate as Bellefonte scored a 7-4 victory on Thursday.

According to a story in The Tribune-Democrat, Somerset had seven errors and the loss ended the season.

Read more about this and find links to all of the region’s baseball action after the jump. More…

“4th and Long” snaps tonight

In Bishop McCort, Football on May 18, 2009 at 1:25 pm

Former Bishop McCort standout Andrew Hawkins is part of the cast for Spike TV’s new show “4th and Long,” which we’ve talked about before.

Well, the show begins tonight and here’s a sneak peek.

Looks like fun!

Football for Hawkins is reality

In Bishop McCort, College Sports, Football on May 11, 2009 at 9:34 am

As you’ve read about before in this space, Bishop McCort graduate Andrew Hawkins is ready to make his reality TV debut on the Spike Network on May 18 at 10 p.m.

The former Toledo wide receiver and defensive back is one of the contestants on Michael Irvin’s “4th and Long,” giving former football stars a chance to make the training camp roster of the Dallas Cowboys. More…

McCort grad gets shot at Cowboys, via TV

In Bishop McCort, Football, LHAC on April 27, 2009 at 2:08 pm

Andrew Hawkins is one of a dozen cast members on Michael Irvin’s Spike TV reality show 4th and Long, with a chance at making the Dallas Cowboys.

Andrew had a successful career at Toledo as a wide receiver and had signed with Montreal in the CFL. Links to the show’s preview follows the jump. More…

Richland baseball downs Bishop McCort

In Baseball, Bishop McCort, District 6, LHAC, Richland on April 14, 2009 at 12:25 am

The Richland baseball team put together an impressive performance on Monday against rival Bishop McCort, downing the Crimson Crushers 9-2.

The Rams face unbeaten Somerset on Wednesday in a key early season showdown pitting two strong teams from the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference. More…

Pitt’s Blue-Gold game gives area players the spotlight

In Bishop McCort, College Sports, Football, Greater Johnstown, Pitt on April 12, 2009 at 8:22 am

The Pitt Panthers football team has a host of local talent on its roster and some of those guys figured prominently in Saturday’s Blue-Gold game.

Richland graduate Marco Pecora intercepted a pass for the Pitt defense, which routed the offense. Greater Johnstown grauduate Antwuan Reed also factored in the scoring, though not for the reason he wanted. More…