Altoona and State College have reservations in the district title game
The student-athletes were recognized at a celebratory ceremony in the school lobby on Wednesday
Wednesday proved to be a busy day on the diamond for area playoff teams.
Clearfield can't hold off Bradford's batting barrage.
The playoffs rolled on for area baseball and softball teams.
Altoona and State College each walked away with a district championship.
Playoff baseball, softball, and volleyball ruled Central Pennsylvania on Thursday night.
Altoona and Portage both sent student athletes off to the next level.
Bedford boys and girls teams brought home the gold.
The best track and field standouts from D6 AA punched their tickets to Shippensburg.
State College picked up a win over Bald Eagle Area heading into the post season.
State College continues their winning ways after a 4-2 victory against Central Mountain.
An extra inning thriller and a milestone for one pitcher highlights Friday's action.
Altoona boys volleyball completes their season 13-0.
Rain made it a slower night for high school sports, but Philipsburg-Osceola besting Bellwood-Antis highlights Wednesday's action.
Two comebacks highlight Tuesday night's action.
Bishop Guilfoyle received a reminder of their hard work, prior to the Curve's game on Monday.
There were plenty of tournaments that wrapped up on Saturday.
P-O's win over Central highlights Thursday night's action on the diamond.
When this group of Southern Huntingdon seniors hit the field as freshman, the team only managed four wins. A lot has changed since 2011.
Punxsutawney's win, over DuBois, highlights Wednesday night's action.
These extended highlights will take a closer look at the Golden Tigers and Mountain Lions from Tuesday night.
Altoona and Hollidaysburg met up on the baseball and softball diamond.
At 10-1, the Mountain Lions look poised for a long and prosperous season.
Forest Hills taking down Central Cambria highlights Monday's action.
Bearcats host four-team high school softball tournament.
Portage hosts Saturday baseball tournament.
A Mount Union comeback and a Juniata Valley win highlights Friday night's action.
State College goes the distance with Cumberland Valley but picks up the win in the fifth set.
It was another rivalry meeting between P-O and BEA on the softball diamond.
A state semifinal rematch highlights Wednesday night's action.
The Curve Classic allows some teams to get back in the swing of things after a soggy few weeks.
Bellefonte's battle back to best Hollidaysburg highlights Thursday night's action.
Wins by the Bellwood-Antis baseball team and the Bishop Guilfoyle volleyball team highlights Monday's action.
The Mounties win over the Lady Red Raiders highlights Thursday night's action.
After an impressive season on the hardwood, some Central Pennsylvania natives found their way on to the PA Sports Writers All-State Girls Basketball Teams.
After an impressive season on the hardwood, some Central Pennsylvania natives found their way on to the PA Sports Writers All-State Boys Basketball Teams.
When the weather has permitted them, the Eagles have picked up where they left off last season.
With most diamond teams postponing their games, it was up to the boy's volleyball teams to supply the highlights on Tuesday night.
A comeback win by Juniata Valley highlights Monday's action.
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 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.