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LHU field hockey sweeps weekly A-10 awards

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - The Lock Haven University field hockey trio of Kayla Brathwaite (Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago/Bishop Anstey East), Joaquina Orlandini (Concordia, Entre Rios, Argentina/San Antonio School) and Amy Stevens (Castle Creek, N.Y./Whitney Point) swept the weekly field hockey awards ...

After West Coast win, Steelers ride depth, momentum into bye

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By WILL GRAVES AP Sports Writer PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin declined to discuss whom he gave the game ball to after watching his undermanned club potentially resurrect its season with a 24-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. “I keep that business between ...

Local auto racing roundup

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By JAMIE BIRD For The Express Chase Dietz gained some major confidence on Saturday night at BAPS Motor Speedway. That's where he took his young, Rick Lefever-owned team to victory lane. He had started second, fell back to third, before making a charge to the lead. By doing so he pocketed ...

Wildcats lose 4-0 contest to Williamsport

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By AARON JAMES AJames@lockhaven.com Jimmy Pombor took just seven minutes to have a reason to celebrate Monday evening from the Balls Mills Soccer Complex when we he found the net on a corner kick from Amani Tran. Pombor would have the opportunity to celebrate a goal of his own two more times ...

CM Weekly Review: The final stages of the fall season

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By SCOTT BAKER sbaker@lockhaven.com Every team reaches that point in the season where one of several things is on their minds. One could be looking to finish off a solid regular season and prepare to make a playoff run. Another could be looking to angle their way into a playoff berth. ...

LHU football: Loss at Millersville follows familiar script

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By SAM KUPERMAN For The Express The Lock Haven University football team lost its fifth straight game, falling 48-23 at Millersville Saturday. The Bald Eagles are now 1-5 overall and 0-3 in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) East play. “We got a ways to go to perform the way ...

Nittany Lions escape with 17-12 road win against Iowa

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By CORY GIGER For The Express IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Penn State learned a lot about itself and found some answers to lingering questions, while James Franklin finally pulled off a key achievement in his career. The No. 10 Nittany Lions and No. 17 Iowa played another unglamorous slugfest ...

Highs and Lows of Penn State’s close 17-12 win against Iowa

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By NEIL RUDEL For The Express Following are the highlights and lowlights from Penn State's 17-12 victory over Iowa on Saturday night at Kinnick Stadium: Play of the game: Noah Cain's 5-yard touchdown run around the left edge with 5:17 remaining, off a pitch from Sean Clifford, gave ...

LHU field hockey rolls by Lehigh, extends win streak

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LOCK HAVEN, Pa. - Amy Stevens (Castle Creek, N.Y./Whitney Point) and Kayla Brathwaite (Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago/Bishop Anstey East) each scored twice, and rookie goalkeeper Mariana Birdthistle (Limerick, Ireland/Villers School) was brilliant in her first career start, as the Lock Haven ...

Bulldogs dominate Lewisburg in 47-21 road win

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By CHRIS MASSE For The Express LEWISBURG-Tanner Lorson played three sports as a junior, but never forgot about football. Even while playing basketball and baseball, Lorson remained a constant weight room presence. He and his fellow receivers then attacked the offseason the way they do ...

Bucks fall just short in homecoming game to Nativity BVM, 22-14

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By KEVIN RAUCH For The Express It was a game of two big momentum swings but in the end it was Nativity BVM that made the final play allowing the Green Wave to spoil Homecoming 2019 for the Bucks. The Green Wave jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, paced by BVM running back ...

Distractions provide latest test for Lions

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By NEIL RUDEL For The Express Tonight’s visit to Iowa is a great test for Penn State on several fronts. Number one, after landing in the Top 10 for the first time this season, the Nittany Lions will find out how they handle prosperity with the campus slapping their backs and heaping ...

Chargers veteran Rivers set to face Steelers rookie Hodges

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By JOE REEDY AP Sports Writer CARSON, Calif. — Philip Rivers will be making his 214th straight start when the Los Angeles Chargers host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. On the opposite sideline, Devlin Hodges will make his first. By all appearances that matchup has all the ...

Bellefonte gets 54-7 road win against Central

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By JOHN HARTSOCK For The Express ROARING SPRING-Veteran Central High School football coach Dave Baker’s quest for a 200th career coaching win was emphatically put on hold for at least one more week. Led by senior running back C.J. Funk’s three first-quarter touchdown runs, ...

Wildcats drop 38-21 contest to Selinsgrove

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By AARON JAMES AJames@lockhaven.com The Central Mountain Wildcats found themselves down early yet again, after an 88-yard touchdown pass to start the matchup against Selinsgrove on Friday night. Unlike other matchups in their 0-7 start, the Wildcats responded quickly with a long ...

Penns Valley offense lights up the sky

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By MATTHEW POPELKA For The Express Coming into the matchup with Bishop Carroll, head coach Martin Tobias was expecting the same offense he had been preparing for all week long. Much to his and his staff’s surprise, they saw Senior Jake Zazvrsky taking snaps at quarterback in the Bishop ...

Fan’s letter to PSU athlete goes viral for racist comments

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By CORY GIGER For The Express A letter written to a Penn State football player by a fan who lives in Johnstown drew widespread criticism the past two days for what many believed to be racist comments. The letter, written and signed by Penn State alumnus Dave Petersen, was sent to sophomore ...

Steelers QB Mason Rudolph remains in concussion protocol

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By The Associated Press PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph “appears to be doing fine” according to coach Mike Tomlin, but Rudolph remains in the concussion protocol following an illegal hit by Baltimore safety Earl Thomas. Rudolph left last weekend’s ...