A comeback win by Juniata Valley highlights Monday's action.
Both the guys and girls teams grabbed wins
The Altoona Mirror Basketball Classic delivered a thriller during the girls game, while the Central PA team continued it's dominance on the boys side.
After a season of hoops, and two days of practice, the a select few area seniors are ready take to the hardwood, one final time.
Bishop Guilfoyle's boys volleyball team started the season off with a 3-0 win.
For some players, it will be there last time playing copetitive basketball, but all will give 110 percent.
Central returns all but two players from last year's state title squad.
Westmont takes home the Tomahawks Cup after besting Bishop McCort, 6-2.
The Rams grab a 5-1 win
The Mountain Lions have had their eyes on the prize all season long.
Richland and Altoona picked up wins on Wednesday night to move on to the LMHL Finals.
It went all the way to double-overtime, but in the end, the Mustangs came just shy of the state championship game.
Somerset and Central Cambria went to double-overtime, but it was the Eagles grabbing the 4-3 LMHL win.
Hollidaysburg beating Johnstown, 9-2 in the LHML postseason highlights Monday night's action.
Portage is ready to tip-off against Mansfield in the PIAA A Elite Eight.
Despite a great effort, the Lady Blue Devils fell just shy of moving on to the PIAA Final Four.
Bellwood-Antis' elite eight match up tips off at 6 p.m. on Friday, at Hempfield Area High School.
Portage and Blairsville girls are both moving on to the Elite 8, while the road has come to an end for West Branch, Bishop Guilfyole and Bishop Carroll.
Bellwood-Antis was the lone winner on Tuesday night, as the Lady Blue Devils march on to the Elite Eight.
After a buzzer beater, the Warriors are on to the Sweet 16, and making program history.
Portage is one of the few schools in the state that still have two basketball teams playing.
The game times and venues are set for the next round of the state basketball playoffs.
Cole Manley and DJ Hollingshead both suffer championship match losses
West Branch is the only school to grab a win
Bishop Guilfoyle, Bishop Carroll, Portage and Blairsville come out victorious
For some, Saturday was another step on the road to a state championship, but for others, it was a bitter sweet ending.
At this point in the post season, the victories are that much sweeter, and the defeats that much harder to accept.
DJ Hollingshead is a two-time district champ, but in order to have a shot at a state title, Hollingshead packed on 10 extra pounds in the offseason to jump up to the 170 pound weight class.
Kyla Irwin's time as a Lady Little Lion is far from done, but with it being March, it's difficult not to think about her future as a UConn Husky.
The Lady Mountain Lions are back to work, getting ready for Bethel Park on Friday.
The Lions beat Berlin, 59-47
The Bobcats beat West Branch, 68-58
The Crushers beat Bellwood-Antis, 59-54
Highlights from the Altoona Fieldhouse
The Titans beat Meyersdale, 43-38
The Rangers beat Juniata, 48-34
The Eagles beat Hollidaysburg, 69-56
Highlights from Altoona Fieldhouse
Blairsville, Bishop Carroll, Punxsutawney, Clearfield, Everett, and Shankstown raised district championships on Friday night.
Find more in-depth highlights from Altoona's one point win in the 6AAAA district title game.
District 6 Class AAAA has their district champs, and Meyersdale's upset sets up their title run.
Many of the distirct final games have been set after a busy Wednesday on the hardwood.
As Tyrone gets ready for Bellwood-Antis, they're putting the focus on the post positions.
After their win over Central, Westmont will see Bishop McCort on Wednesday.
Teams are moving closer and closer to district championship games.
Hollidaysburg, Altoona, Bishop McCort, Central Cambria, Central, Westmont, Portage, Juniata Valley, Bishop Carroll, Bishop Guilfoyle, Moshannon Valley, Bellwood-Antis, Cambria Heights, Huntingdon, Bellefonte, Windber, and Conemaugh Township all found their way into the highlights on Monday night.
Highlights from the Altoona Fieldhouse
Highlights from the D5 wrestling tournament
Making the rounds, WTAJ found eight high school games on Friday night.
Wins by Tyrone, Bishop Guilfoyle, and Chestnut Ridge highlight Thursday night's action.