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Altoona Curve socked by Bowie in regular-season finale, 17-6

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BOWIE, Md. — The Altoona Curve completed their 20th regular season with a 17-6 defeat as the Bowie Baysox hit seven homers on Labor Day at Prince George’s Stadium. The seven home runs allowed by the Curve (78-60) pitching staff set a new club record while the Baysox (67-71) barrage ...

Penn State Men’s Soccer topped by Oregon State

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UNIVERSITY PARK – With the sun blazing down on Jeffrey Field, the Penn State men’s soccer team battled for 90 minutes but ultimately fell, 1-0, to Oregon State on Monday afternoon. “This team is really growing with each and every performance,” said head coach Jeff Cook. “Obviously ...

Bellefonte football growing up in front of our eyes

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By ANDREW POWELL apowell@lockhaven.com BELLEFONTE -- Something interesting is happening with the Red Raiders football program. After losing star Dylan Deitrich to graduation last year, I thought for sure that Bellefonte would start out the season with an 0-2 mark, but still overall finish ...

CM Sports Week In Review: Tennis and Golf off to solid starts

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By SCOTT BAKER sbaker@lockhaven.com Last week was the first full week of the 2018 fall sports season and the CM teams were busy. Four of the seven CM teams saw their first official action of the season over the weekend. The golf and girl’s tennis teams remained undefeated to ...

Bucktail football gets first win of season

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By MATT BELTZ For The Express ALMEDIA - The signs all pointed to a letdown. After coughing up a 12-point lead, giving up an onside-kick recovery and yielding two touchdowns and two-point conversions to Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech in the third quarter, Bucktail found itself trailing 24-20 ...

PSU avoids upset, escapes with 34-32 win over Appalachian State

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By Cory Giger For The Express UNIVERSITY PARK -- Teams like Appalachian State make sports fun. And unpredictably zany. Eleven years to the day after pulling off one of the biggest upsets in college football history, a 34-32 stunner at No. 5 Michigan, the small school from the mountains of ...

LHU football opens season with 45-0 loss to Duquesne

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FROM STAFF REPORTS PITTSBURGH - The Lock Haven University football team opened the 2018 season Saturday in Pittsburgh with a 45-0 loss to NCAA Division I FCS opponent Duquesne University.It marked the Bald Eagles second straight season opener vs. an NCAA FCS opponent. With the win, the ...

BEA soccer takes second-place finish at BEA Invitational

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By KENNY VARNER For The Express WINGATE - It was a very productive day for the Bald Eagle Area boys soccer team Saturday as they played host to its Annual Soccer Invitational. The Eagles played host to Mifflinburg, Bishop Guilfoyle and rival Bellefonte. The young team showed its ...

Central Mountain suffers 55-7 defeat to Lewisburg in home opener

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MILL HALL — Central Mountain High School’s lenient defense is the team’s biggest concern this year. The Wildcats followed its week one 62-26 loss to Williamsport with another lopsided 55-7 defeat to the Lewisburg Green Dragons. The defense surrendered 117 points in two games as the ...

CM’s Austyn Carson stays local, kicking at LHU

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LOCK HAVEN — There isn’t one typical way a football player decides to learn the art of kicking. For Central Mountain High School graduate turned Lock Haven University starting kicker Austyn Carson, it simply came out of necessity in eighth grade. Carson had a soccer background, playing ...

Bald Eagle Area Volleyball opens season with thriller win

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WINGATE — They’re at it again! Last season, the Bald Eagle Are High School Girls’ Volleyball team finished with just one loss on the year. The Lady Eagles looked primed and ready to repeat on top of last year’s run, taking a hard-earned victory over Dallastown in its first game of ...

Week One Football Game Notes: Lock Haven University at Duquesne

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PITTSBURGH — The Lock Haven University football team is set to open the 2018 season on Saturday, September 1 at NCAA Division I FCS opponent Duquesne. Setting the stage: The Bald Eagles will open the 2018 season on the road at NCAA Division I FCS opponent Duquesne on Saturday (Sept. 1). ...

Former LHU Basketball standout Ra’eese Hunt signs pro contract

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LOCK HAVEN – Ra’eese Hunt, a 2018 Lock Haven University graduate and former men’s basketball standout has signed his first professional contract and will head to overseas play for Esgueira Basketball Club in Esgueria, Portugal. Esgueira plays in the top league in Portugal. Hunt earned ...

LHU Field Hockey soars past Towson, posts 6-0 win

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LOCK HAVEN – MacKenzie Farley (East Berlin, Pa./Bermudian Springs) and Tamia Roach (Petit Valley, Trinidad and Tobago/St. Joseph’s Convent Port-of-Spain) each scored twice to spark the Bald Eagles explosive offensive attack, and the Lock Haven University field hockey team (2-1) posted a ...

LHU Volleyball falls on road to Edinboro University, 3-0

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LOCK HAVEN – MacKenzie Farley (East Berlin, Pa./Bermudian Springs) and Tamia Roach (Petit Valley, Trinidad and Tobago/St. Joseph’s Convent Port-of-Spain) each scored twice to spark the Bald Eagles explosive offensive attack, and the Lock Haven University field hockey team (2-1) posted a ...

Trace McSorley sure new cast can keep Penn State among the elite

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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Trace McSorley sported a different look at No. 10 Penn State’s practice this week. Otherwise, it was the same McSorley that the Nittany Lions have come to expect. Wearing a clear visor for the first time, the Penn State quarterback burned the scout team defense in red ...