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  • Claysburg-Kimmel Falls to Conemaugh

    Sep 15, 2022

    Claysburg-Kimmel fell to Conemaugh Township last week 28-0. This puts C-K at a 1-2 record....

  • Central Girls Soccer Advances

    Sep 15, 2022

    9/8/2022 Roaring Spring, PA GIRLS Varsity Soccer FINAL SCORE: Central 3, Forest Hills 1 Score By Halves Central 2 1 - 3 Forest Hills 0 1 – 1 1st Half : C - Garner (Unassisted), 26:22; C - Trexler (Unassisted), 33:58 2nd Half : C - Miller (Unassisted), 53:23; C - Pap (unassisted), 18:30 Central goal keeper Lacey Ripka had 9 saves... Records: Central (3-0) 9/6/2022 Ebensburg, PA GIRLS Varsity Soccer FINAL SCORE: Central 5, Central Cambria 1 Score By Halves Central 2 3 - 5 Central Cambria 0 1 – 1 1st Half : C - Trexler (Hart), 8:23; C - D...

  • Dragon Golf Growing Stronger

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Sep 15, 2022

    The Central Dragons Golf team started the week with a home match against the Altoona Mountain Lions. Though weather caused a few delays, a full 18-hole match left the Dragons with a score of 333, just behind the Lion’s score of 317. Soon after, in another home match, the Dragons faced the Forest Hills Rangers and the Richland Rams. The Dragons won with a total score of 211. Against the Lions, Nick Baum had the best score for the Dragons with 76. Griffin Snowberger was just behind, hitting 77. Following them was Nick Wiedemer with a score of...

  • Lady Dragon Tennis Destroys Opponents

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Sep 15, 2022

    The Lady Dragon Tennis Team started the week off with a double match against the Bishop Guilfoyle Lady Marauders. Utterly destroying the competition, the Lady Dragons ended with a 10-0 victory. Later in the week, in a home match against the Richland Lady Rams, the Lady Dragons took another shutout victory, winning 5-0. Starting off in the singles matches against the Lady Marauders, Julia Ritchey, Ashlyn Renner and Brooklyn Coppersmith all won with either a 10-0 victory in the match or won by forfeit through both matches of the double-header....

  • Central Hosts Meet With NB, W-burg

    Sep 15, 2022

    On Sept. 7, Central Cross Country hosted Bishop McCort, Williamsburg and Northern Bedford in first season home meet. The results follow: Varsity Male 1) Braden Allison (C) 20:04 2) Christian Haberkorn (BMC) 20:32 3) Mason Pfeil (BMC) 21:02 4) Chase Gleason (BMC) 21:03 5) Dhylan Miller (NB) 21:41 6) Brady Dolgas (BMC) 21:55 7) Jonah Bremer (BMC) 21:59 8) Tyler Biesinger (C) 22:02 9) Ethan Oliveri (C) 23:02 10) Camden Custer (C) 23:14 Bishop McCort beat Central 20/35. Bishop McCort beat...

  • Central Volleyball Continues Even Record

    Sep 15, 2022

    9/12/2022 VARSITY FINAL SCORES: Central def. Cambria Heights 25-13, 25-14, 25-13. SITE Central High School VISITORS: Cambria Heights HOME: Central High School Records: Central (2-2). JV: Central 26-24, 15-25, 15-10. NOTEWORTHY: Kirsten Ayers had 6 Kills and 4 Aces. Heather Brumbaugh had 8 Kills, 4 Aces, and 6 Solo Stuffs. Kaitlyn Weitzel had 23 Assists, 14 good Digs and 3 Aces. Alex Klotz had 8 good Serve Receptions and 7 good Digs. 9/7/2022 FINAL SCORES: Central Cambria def. Central 25-17, 25-2...

  • Dragon Football Downed by the Panthers

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Sep 15, 2022

    In a rematch game from last year’s district six title, the Penn Cambria Panthers found a way to change the outcome from last year, coming out on top with a 42-28 victory over the Dragons. In the first quarter, the Dragons started with the ball and, after a quick drive ending with a 10-yard pass to Eli Lingenfelter, scored to take an early lead. The Panthers returned with an equally successful drive, scoring to tie. Within 30 seconds, the Dragons had completed a 70-yard pass to Lingenfelter for another touchdown to take the lead once again....

  • Dragon Soccer Striving for Improvement

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Sep 15, 2022

    The Central Dragon Team faced off against two tough opponents in the week. In the first game, the Dragons were defeated by the Central Cambria Red Devils 5-0. In the second match, the Dragons were again defeated by the Forest Hills Rangers 3-1. In the first half, Jonathon Wess scored three goals for Central Cambria at 14:09, 23:21 and at 29:55. In the second half, the Dragons were still unable to score against the Red Devils, giving up two goals in the process. One from Matt Kirsch at 47:43,...

  • Northern Bedford Sees Big Win

    Sep 15, 2022

    The Northern Bedford Panthers dominated on their home turf last week, defeating the Everett Warriors 41-0. Junior Adam Johnson ran for three touchdowns and hauled in a reception for a fourth. He carried the ball 8 times tallying 156 yards rushing and caught two passes for 83 total yards. Junior quarterback Eion Snider attempted only 7 passes, completing 4 for a total of 131 yards. The defense was led by Junior Noah Baker with six tackles. The victory improves Northern Bedford to a record of...

  • Two August Mornings

    Sep 15, 2022

    I whine that August is the toughest trout-fishing month of the traditional season. The water is generally low, clear, and often too warm for good fishing. This August was pretty much standard - until a little after mid-month when nearly four inches of rain fell in the Cove and surrounding area. This rain provided a nice burst of moisture for farm crops. It also provided a short-lived surge of water for area streams. The morning after the last storm passed through found me on a favorite stretch...

  • Martinsburg Borough Council Meets

    Sep 15, 2022

    Martinsburg Borough Council met on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Trick or Treat Trick or Treat was set for the last Thursday of October, Oct. 27, from 6-8. First Alley At the August meeting, the council heard from Gloria Hartman of East Allegheny Street, who expressed speeding concerns about First Alley. The council voted to add “Slow, Children at Play” at each end of the alley. They also voted to add three stop signs to the alley: one at the south end of First Alley, one at Centenial Avenue, and one at Park Street. This will be advertised before...

  • 25th Annual Benefit Auction Hears from Dr. Holmes Morton of Clinic for Special Children

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Sep 15, 2022

    The annual auction to support the Clinic for Special Children and the Central PA Clinic was held Saturday, Sept. 10, at 8:30 a.m. at the Morrisons Cove Produce Auction. This was the 25th anniversary of this auction. New this year was a rib dinner on Friday evening. Dinners were sold out in one hour, which was 300 dinners. Some were disappointed they were not able to purchase one. Herman Nolt, a committee member, said, “We feel for those who were unable to get a dinner. We know they were disappointed. Next year we will increase the number of...

  • Martinsburg Man Facing Multiple Sexual Assault of a Minor Charges

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Sep 15, 2022

    A Martinsburg man is facing multiple felony charges after police said he sexually assaulted a female minor beginning when she was about 13 years old and lasting until she was 16. William R. Corley, 40, is facing a total of 20 felony and eight misdemeanor sexual assault-related charges stemming from an investigation by Martinsburg Borough police. According to the affidavit of probable cause, in September 2020, the victim’s mother reported that Corley began sexually assaulting her daughter in 2017 in his Martinsburg home where the victim would...

  • State Police Announce Labor Day Weekend Crash and Enforcement Results

    Sep 15, 2022

    The Pennsylvania State Police investigated 648 vehicle crashes resulting in six fatalities and 180 injuries during the four-day Labor Day travel period, which ran from Sept. 2-5. Alcohol was a factor in four of the fatal crashes. Troopers made 515 driving under the influence arrests and issued nearly 23,000 traffic citations over the long holiday weekend. During the 2021 Labor Day driving period, which spanned four days, troopers made 587 DUI arrests. In addition, six people were killed and 209...

  • RS VFW Donates to Cove Cause for Cancer

    Sep 15, 2022

    The Roaring Spring VFW Post 7689 Auxiliary recently presented a check for $1,100 to Cove Cause for Cancer. Presenting the check are (from left) Rich Giarth and Sue Smith of the VFW; Mike Rodgers and Travis Russell of Cove Cause for Cancer; and Donna Estright, Jodi Giarth, and Marsha Miller of the VFW....

  • Constitution Week Celebration At Bedford Historical Society

    Sep 15, 2022

    The Bedford County Historical Society has partnered with the Bedford Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution to bring a display in celebration of the 235th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States. The display will begin on Sept.17, 2022, and continue through Constitution Week, ending on Sept. 23, 2022. The hours of the Bedford County Historical Society on Tuesday through Friday are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Sept. 17, those interested can attend the reading of the Constitution on the public square in Bedford at 10 a.m. A...

  • Community Worship Service Sees Large Crowd

    Sep 15, 2022

    The rain did not deter community members from attending the Martinsburg Community Worship Service that took place on Sept. 11. A large crowd gathered to hear from local church leaders. Speakers included Chris Garretson, Redefined Community Church; Michael Abell, Martinsburg Brethren in Christ; Eric Martin, Memorial Church of the Brethren; Chris Heinlein, Curryville Church of the Brethren; Jim Shaffer, Martinsburg Church of God; Micah Clouse, Salem United Church of Christ; Traci Marriott, St....

  • UPMC Officials Deny Rumors of Buyout by Geisinger Health System

    Sep 15, 2022

    UPMC officials told the Herald that they were not aware of any plans to merge with or have local UPMC facilities purchased by Geisinger Health System. Rumors have circulated in the Cove that UPMC plans to sell the UPMC Altoona hospital to Geisinger. “There have been no discussions at the local level,” said Jan Fisher, president of UPMC Altoona and UPMC Bedford. Doug Heusey, vice president of administration at UPMC Bedford, said, “Bedford is not going to close. There have been lots of rumors, but we have been recruiting to Bedford,...

  • Spring Cove School District Notes Gov. Wolf's Free Breakfast Program

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Correspondent|Sep 15, 2022

    Superintendent Dr. Betsy Baker announced at the Spring Cove School District September Board of Directors Committee of the Whole meeting that the district, due to the Pa. Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) grant awarded it, would be able to provide school police services for summer school each year for approximately 30 hours per year. Additionally, the school district will be looking to hire a part-time school police officer position for approximately six hours per day for 186 days per year, covered by the PCCD grant. Baker also...

  • Did You See That?!

    Sep 15, 2022

    Aden Zimmerman, 7, (left) and his friend Levi Steele, 8, of Woodbury watch the action on the field as Northern Bedford scores one of three touchdowns in first-quarter action Friday. On the right, Stacey Amick of New Enterprise and Nickie Baker of Hopewell chat....

  • Game of the Week: Homecoming Brings C-K to Williamsburg Field

    PHILIP CMOR, For the Herald|Sep 15, 2022

    Patience is a virtue, but, over the course of a high school football season, one can only be patient for so long. Claysburg-Kimmel High School Junior Reece Replogle understands that. “We want to do things right. We want to take strides in the right direction,” said Replogle, one of two holdovers from the Bulldogs’ starting offensive line after last season. “We’ve got to take it one play at a time, but, in these next couple of weeks, I want to get some wins so we can make a run in the playoffs.” If there’s anyone who can relate to...

  • In other Week 4 games …

    Sep 15, 2022

    Central Scarlet Dragons (1-2) vs. Forest Hills Rangers (0-3) Date and time: Friday, 7 p.m. Site: G.H. Miller Memorial Field, Sidman Coaches: Central – Dave Baker; Forest Hills – Justin Myers Last game: Central – lost to Penn Cambria, 42-28; Forest Hills – lost to Chestnut Ridge, 42-19 Last meeting: Central, 46-15 (Sept. 3, 2021) Series record: Forest Hills, 8-4 (first met in 2001) Northern Bedford Black Panthers (3-0) vs. Moshannon Valley Black Knights (1-2) Date and time: Friday, 7 p.m. Site: Moshannon Valley Football Stadium,...

  • Freedom Township Supervisors Reorganize

    Sep 15, 2022

    Hamor Bids Fond Farewell Long-time Freedom Township Supervisor Maureen Hamor stepped down earlier this month, capping 14 years on the board that saw water line expansion and a major employer come to the township. Hamor and her husband Rick recently moved to South Carolina to be closer to their children and two-year-old granddaughter, leaving the place they called home for 31 years to begin a new chapter down South. "Honestly, I never thought we would leave here, but when you have a grandchild,...

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