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  • Perry I. Grabill

    Oct 20, 2022

    Perry I. Grabill, 91, of Sproul, peacefully went home to be with the Lord Monday, Oct. 10, 2022, at UPMC Altoona. He was born March 30, 1931, in Imler the son of the late Stanley and Daisy (Claar) Grabill. He married Susan "Esther" Claar on Dec. 22, 1956, and she died June 2, 2018. He is survived by four children: Barbara Conrad and husband Denny of Martinsburg, Carolyn Parshall and partner Dan DeLancey of McKee, Terry Grabill and wife Tammy of Altoona, and Steve Grabill and wife Tonia of...

  • Sandra L. Allison

    Oct 20, 2022

    Sandy, formerly of Queen, PA went home to be with the Lord Oct. 13, 2022, dying of cancer with her family by her side. She was born August 17, 1949, in Roaring Spring, the daughter of Robert S. and Donna L. (Noffsker) Burket of Queen, PA Sandy was married to J. Dennis Schultz and had two children, Dr. Brian R.E. Schultz of Washington, DC with Beth Carella. A daughter, Amy Lynne Schultz Hatley and husband, Jack reside in Mt. Lebanon. She has two beautiful grandchildren, Leo Crawford Hatley and Sc...

  • Daryl Lester Umbower

    Oct 20, 2022

    Daryl Lester Umbower, 85, of Syracuse, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Oct. 15, 2022. He was born June 6, 1937, in Roaring Springs, son of the late John Umbower and Madeline (Golden) Umbower Albright. He married Marie Sackett on June 11, 1960. He is survived by his wife, Marie Umbower and four children: DeeAnn (Ben) Shephard of Troy, Virginia, Denae (KC Wiese) Umbower of Houston, Texas, Dan (Anna) Umbower of Goshen, and Dori (Barry) Hochstedler of Noblesville; seven grandchildren: Ke...

  • Shirley I. Burket

    Oct 20, 2022

    Shirley Idella Burket, 90, of Martinsburg, went home to be with the Lord, Tuesday morning, Oct. 11, 2022, at Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring. She was born Sept. 27, 1932, in rural Williamsburg, daughter of the late Emory H. and Alice A. (Bechtel) Frye. On March 31, 1956 she married E. Rodney Burket at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Williamsburg. He preceded her in death on May 26, 2019 after 62 years of marriage. She is survived by a son, Stephen R. Burket (Pamela M.) of A...

  • E. Allene Wolfe

    Oct 20, 2022

    E. Allene Wolfe, 94, of rural Centre Hall passed away Oct. 14, 2022, in Pleasant Gap, PA. She was born Nov. 14, 1927, at home in rural Roaring Spring. She was the daughter of the late George and Elsie Kensinger. Allene received a Bachelor’s Degree in Home Economics Education from The Pennsylvania State University in 1950. On Oct. 14, 1950, she married Glenn L. Wolfe of Centre Hall, who preceded her in death in 2013. She is survived by four children, Jane Natali (Ed), of Bedford, Susan Wolfe, L...

  • Elaine F. Tremmel

    Oct 20, 2022

    Elaine F. Tremmel, 65, of Williamsburg, passed away Saturday Oct. 15, 2022, at home. She was born Sept. 17, 1957, daughter of the late George “Jim” and Verona (Chamberlain) Dilling. She married Paul A. Tremmel Nov. 1, 1976, in Brooks Mills. She is survived by her husband, two daughters Wakenda M. and husband R. Greg Szrama III and Satinka L. and husband Jason Dodson, four grandchildren Robert G. Szrama IV, Patrick Gabriel Szrama, Kylee Rae Dodson and Victoria Bell Dodson and two brothers Neal A. Dilling and wife Rhoda and Roy A. Dilling and wif...

  • Pennsylvanians Must Register by Oct. 24 to Vote in the Nov. General Election

    Oct 20, 2022

    Acting Secretary of State Leigh M. Chapman on Oct. 17 reminded Pennsylvanians that they have only until Oct. 24 to register to vote in the November general election. “All eligible Pennsylvanians who are not yet registered to vote can still register to make sure their voice is heard in the Nov. 8 general election, but they should act fast,” Chapman said. “They can register to vote, check the status of their registration and apply for a mail ballot online at vote.pa.gov.” In addition to registering to vote through the state’s online voter reg...

  • Talk on Civil War to Follow History Meet

    Oct 20, 2022

    The Bedford County Historical Society Bi-Annual Meeting will be held on Oct. 22, 2022 at 2 p.m. downstairs at its offices. Immediately following the brief bi-annual meeting, Deb Miller of the newly formed local chapter of the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic will give a talk about Elizabeth and Lorenzo Potter, northerners living in Charleston, South Carolina, at the time of the Civil War. Hear how the life and death of one soldier and members of the Rice family of Bedford were affected for generations by their effort...

  • Mike Macovitch was Airman at Claysburg AF Station

    JAMES WENTZ, For the Herald|Oct 20, 2022

    Last month my writing colleague at the Herald, Joseph Walk, featured the history of the Claysburg area in his “Newcomers to the Cove” column. As a U.S. Air Force Veteran, he was especially fascinated to discover that a Cold War Air Force facility once claimed Clayburg as its home between 1952-61. We have a former serviceman at the base still living among us. Michael Macovitch, 89, of East Main Street, Roaring Spring, Taylor Township, was an airman stationed there between 1954-56. He met, cou...

  • Herald Feature from 1952 Shows 'Ritchey's Dairy Babies'

    Oct 20, 2022

    To the Editor: We have watched over recent years as smartphone cameras have become the most popular way of capturing and recording the people and events in our lives. Photographs and videos are now stored in the internal memory of our phones. As a child in the 1950s, I grew up with snapshot cameras and rolls of film developed to capture our moments of making memories. Many of us from that era now have boxes of photographs we’ve accumulated over the years. As I recently began sorting through m...

  • Books to Borrow Williamsburg Public Library Recommends

    ENNIFER R. HOFFMAN|Oct 20, 2022

    “The Day You Begin” by Jacqueline Woodson: In a world where not everyone is quite like her, a little girl nervously begins a new day and finds that maybe she will find someone just a little like her. She will gain confidence and feel stronger than she did when she began. Then she will realize, though some may be a little like her, no one is quite exactly like her either, and that can be a good thing. It’s great to find stories we can identify with. Some may even help us through tough times...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Oct 20, 2022

    Herald of Oct. 28, 1897 Lewis Baird, in the employ of L. A. Wilkinson killed a gray squirrel the other day that dressed two and three-fourth pounds. This was an unusually large squirrel. The post office at Barbara, (Clappertown) was entered by thieves on Thursday night of last week, and forty dollars’ worth of stamps were taken. The following night the store of J. C. Brumbaugh, of the same place, was forced open. The safe, a small one, was taken out, placed on a wheelbarrow and removed to a field near the residence of Arch Clapper where it w...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Oct 20, 2022

    Herald of Oct. 26, 1972 The Cove experienced the “most damaging fall freeze of the last 24 years” according to Edwin Bridenbaugh. Fruit was still on the trees when a low of 19 degrees was recorded, causing considerable damage to the apple harvest. Ralph W. Imler, 52, of New Enterprise was pronounced dead at Tyrone Hospital after the pickup truck he was riding in failed to make a sharp turn on the Janesville Pike. Imler was returning home from work with two of his brothers when the accident occured. The other passengers were not injured. Pen...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Oct 20, 2022

    Herald of Oct. 27, 1922 After a vacation of one week the students and teachers returned again to College Heights. Everybody seemed anxious to get back. In fact, the vacation did not make us feel the proverbial “blue Monday”. We know our boys and girls have worked hard during last week, many of their hands show the marks of corn husking. Mrs. Sarah Dilling Baker, wife of Daniel S. Baker, deceased, died at her home on Clover Creek on Sunday morning at one o’clock, death being due to a complication of diseases from which she suffered but a short...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Oct 20, 2022

    Herald of Oct. 23, 1997 Sachiko Lamborn affixed a silhouette of Mt. Fuji to the garage of her home along East Allegheny Street in Martinsburg. She also had a gazebo constructed with a silhouette of a geisha girl holding a fan cut into the roof. The Williamsburg Community School Board voted to allow home-schooled children to participate in extracurricular school activities for a fee of $100 to cover the cost of uniforms. Concrete blocks and bricks thrown from passing vehicles caused damage to vehicles in Osterburg. Police were searching for...

  • 75 Years Ago

    Oct 20, 2022

    Herald of Oct. 23, 1947 The D. Merl Tipton Post, No 43, Martinsburg completed negotiations to purchase the boyhood home of the soldier whose name the post adopted. The property was located at West Allegheny and Ann streets, and consisted of a large dwelling, barn, and 19 acres of land, including five dwelling lots along West Allegheny St. Tipton was one of the first Blair County soldiers killed in World War I. The name “Martinsburg Community Library” was adopted by the board of directors of the free public library now being organized for the...

  • 10 Years Ago

    Oct 20, 2022

    Herald of Oct. 25, 2012 Contract negotiations between the Spring Cove Education Association and the Spring Cove School District resulted in a tentative agreement, including a freeze on teacher salaries for the first year. Provisions for seniority or longevity pay were removed due to pending state regulations on evaluation of teachers’ performance. With the new regulations, teachers would no longer receive pay awarded by length of time served. Claysburg installed “school zone” signs along Bedford Street in front of the Claysburg-Kimmel High...

  • The Palm Parade

    PASTOR LEE SEESE|Oct 20, 2022

    Every person has emotional ups and downs. We have our good days and bad. Sometimes what is happening in the world around us can impact our feelings. One moment we can be doing and feeling well and then suddenly our mood and thoughts change for the worse. Imagine what it must have been like for Jesus as he entered the home stretch of his earthly ministry. Of course, his home stretch would lead him back home and guarantee that believers would be with him in that eternal home one day. The days leading up to him accomplishing his mission had more...

  • Public Invited to Trunk or Treat

    Oct 20, 2022

    To promote a safe and fun environment for neighborhood children and families, Martinsburg Brethren in Christ is hosting a Trick or Treat alternative on Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 7 p.m. Kids can trick-or-treat from trunk to trunk in a line-up of vehicles parked in the church’s parking lot with trunks or tailgates full of goodies. This free event is open to the community. The church is located at 334 Son Rise Drive (Cross Cove Road) between Route 866 and Ritchey’s Dairy. Call the church for...

  • Thought for the Week

    Paster Earl Herr|Oct 20, 2022

    I am so glad for an oven with a glass in the door and a light inside. It gives me opportunity to view the cake as it is baking. I can see it begin to pull away from the sides of the pan without having to open the door and risk upsetting the baking process. I want to spend time looking at the Prophet Jeremiah. In His Own special and unique way, God looked upon Jeremiah as he was growing in his mother’s womb. Jeremiah could not see himself as a prophet and protested in two ways. He said he c...

  • 49th Annual Canning Meeting Coming Up

    Oct 20, 2022

    All are invited to attend the 49th Annual Meat Canning Kickoff meeting, that will be held at the Burnham Church of Brethren, on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. The church’s the address is 541 E. Freedom Ave., Burnham, PA 17009. There will be a meal, short meeting, and Ken Litwiller, the new canning director from the Mennonite Central Committee, will be the speaker. Those planning to attend, call Jesse Diem at (717) 348-9577, Ben Stoltzfus at (814) 625-2430, or Jonathan Coldren at (717)250-6840 by Oct. 19. This will help the group have a...

  • Imlers Hosting Gathering in Roaring Spring

    Oct 20, 2022

    On Friday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m., at the home of Pete and Carol Imler of Roaring Spring (1271 Spang Street Extension), friends are invited to an evening filled with music, praises and joy for the years past – and looking ahead to God’s plans. This evening will be our last special time together as we give God praise for the beautiful times we had together over these past months. Our hearts are filled with “thank yous” to God who kept our times together weatherwise. Some evenings it rained; others, we were outside at the fireplace. But at this sp...

  • Homewood's Bazaar Attracts Sellers

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Oct 20, 2022

    On Oct. 6 and 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Homewood in Martinsburg held its Annual Fall Bazaar in Givler Cultural Center. Everything was set up in the hallways and in the cultural center. Jeff’s Jams & Salsas was in attendance. Handmade pottery from Jone Bush was in the center. Jone is well known for her pottery and has done demonstrations. JoAnn Sorge had many homemade garden flags of all patterns. Susan Metzler had wreaths, door decor and table decorations. Attendees could not pass Debbie S...

  • Public Notices

    Oct 20, 2022

    ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS WATERLINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT ROARING SPRING BOROUGH, BLAIR COUNTY, PA Sealed Bids for the construction of the Roaring Spring Municipal Authority’s proposed Waterline Replacement Project will be received at the office of the Authority at 616 Spang Street, P.O. Box 33, Roaring Spring, PA 16673, until 4:00pm local time on Wednesday, November 16th, 2022, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. The Project includes the open trench replacement of approximately 11,250 linear feet of 2”, 6”, and 8” wa...

  • Prediction: Lots of Cold and Snow This Year but a Brown Christmas

    Kathy Mellott, For the Herald|Oct 20, 2022

    The warm noonday sun may still be thawing the frost on the pumpkin, but old man winter is quickly scheduling his attacks on the region and experts are predicting 2022-23 will serve as a reminder of cold, hard winters of the past. Morrisons Cove no longer has George Acker, the elderly weather forecaster who would predict hurricanes, tornadoes, heavy snow storms, thunder showers, even summer warm stretches, but we do have the weather "bible," the Old Farmer's Almanac. Tim Goodwin, associate editor...

  • History of Halloween

    Oct 20, 2022

    The ancient Celtic people celebrated Samhain to mark the end of harvest season. It was a time when the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred, as ghosts visited earth. After the Roman Empire conquered the Celtic people, their festivals of Feralia (in which the the Romans honored the passing of the dead) and a day to honor Pomona, the Roman goddess of fruit and trees, were combined with Samhain. Taking place on November 1, the Catholic holiday of All Saints' Day (All Hallows' Day) also contributes to Halloween's...

  • Secret Messages With Invisible Ink

    Oct 20, 2022

    Have you ever wanted to send your friend a secret message that no-one else can read? How about invisible ink, a special type of ink that you can use for writing and that does not show up on paper. Only after a special treatment will it appear again magically, and the message can be read. How does this work? Find out in this activity and write your own secret messages! Materials Cardstock Measuring spoons 3 cups or small bowls Spoon Q-tips or a brush Old newspaper or cardboard Paper Towels Method 1 Water Lemon or lemon juice Iron Method 2...

  • The Yellow Creek Grave Robbery

    Oct 20, 2022

    Reprinted from the Morrisons Cove Herald of October 26, 1972 The most sensational Halloween tale ever told in this area is a true story that took place 40 years ago this month. The Herald’s ghost writer has opened the mystery trunk this Halloween and dusted off the chilling narrative of a 1932 grave robbery … When John Vernon Oaks of Aliquippa, Beaver County was buried Oct. 5, 1932, his family thought that was the last they would hear of him, but a group of five in a conspiracy against an insurance company soon proved this reasoning false. Oak...

  • Firehouse Café to Offer 'Wing Night' on Oct. 20

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Oct 20, 2022

    During the Farm Show this year, many Williamsburg residents and visitors of the Farm Show were treated to something different in the Williamsburg Veteran's Memorial Building – the Firehouse Café. The Firehouse Café was named because the Williamsburg Volunteer Fire Company owns the Community Center now and "when we have anything to sell there, the Firemen are always serving up the good food," Danielle McCall, a member of the Fire Company said. "We were at a monthly meeting and the committee cam...

  • PennCrest Completes Purchase of Williamsburg Bank

    Oct 20, 2022

    PennCrest Bank, a Pennsylvania-chartered mutual savings bank headquartered in Altoona, Pa., announced Oct. 14 that it has completed its purchase of Mid Penn Bank's Williamsburg Financial Center. PennCrest has agreed to assume certain deposit liabilities totaling approximately $21.1 million and purchase certain loans totaling approximately $2.0 million as well as cash, real property, personal property and other fixed assets associated with the Williamsburg Financial Center. "PennCrest is...

  • From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Oct 20, 2022

    As I’m in the mood for Fall recipes and given some of the answers from the Herald’s “Ask the Williamsburgers,” feature, I think a great recipe for this week would be one of my best-kept secret recipes, and an easy way to get that Fall flavor all year-round. Apple Crescent Dumpling Ingredients 2 medium Honeycrisp apples (about two cups) 2 cans (8 count) crescent rolls 3/4 cup butter, melted 1 cup packed brown sugar 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 2/3 cup lemon-lime soda such as Sprite or 7-Up Directions Heat oven to 350 degrees F, grease a 13x9 pan. Pe...

  • Ask the Williamsburgers

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Oct 20, 2022

    I am getting into the Fall spirit at my house this week by spending time outside in the cool, brisk weather walking my dog Cooper, and enjoying one of my favorite fall drinks – apple cider. These activities inspired my question for this week – What is your favorite Fall food? Here is what a few residents had to say: Patty Shultz: Mom’s apple streudel Polly Eastep: Apple dumplings Melissa Baker: Homemade soup Donna Gority: Squash soup Stan Grove: Venison Ashley Morgan: Apple dumplings and pumpkin roll Vince Williams: Chili Angie Walker: Pumpk...

  • Congratulations, Williamsburg Volleyball Seniors!

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Oct 20, 2022

    Three WHS girls' volleyball seniors were honored last Wednesday during Senior Night festivities. Shown are Ruth Eger (kneeling); and Alexia Brumbaugh (left) and Abbie Merritts....

  • The Palm Parade

    Pastor Lee Sees|Oct 20, 2022

    Every person has emotional ups and downs. We have our good days and bad. Sometimes what is happening in the world around us can impact our feelings. One moment we can be doing and feeling well and then suddenly our mood and thoughts change for the worse. Imagine what it must have been like for Jesus as he entered the home stretch of his earthly ministry. Of course, his home stretch would lead him back home and guarantee that believers would be with him in that eternal home one day. The days leading up to him accomplishing his mission had more...

  • Bun in the Oven

    Pastor Earl Herr|Oct 20, 2022

    Scriptures to Read Jeremiah 1:1-10 Jeremiah 1:11-19 Jeremiah 2:1-9 Jeremiah 5:1-13 Jeremiah 7:1-11 Jeremiah 8:18-22 Jeremiah 11:1-10 I am so glad for an oven with a glass in the door and a light inside. It gives me opportunity to view the cake as it is baking. I can see it begin to pull away from the sides of the pan without having to open the door and risk upsetting the baking process. I want to spend time looking at the Prophet Jeremiah. In His Own special and unique way, God looked upon...

  • Public Invited to Trunk or Treat

    Oct 20, 2022

    To promote a safe and fun environment for neighborhood children and families, Martinsburg Brethren in Christ is hosting a Trick or Treat alternative on Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 7 p.m. Kids can trick-or-treat from trunk to trunk in a line-up of vehicles parked in the church's parking lot with trunks or tailgates full of goodies. This free event is open to the community. The church is located at 334 Son Rise Drive (Cross Cove Road) between Route 866 and Ritchey's Dairy. Call the church for...

  • 49th Annual Canning Meeting Coming Up

    Oct 20, 2022

    All are invited to attend the 49th Annual Meat Canning Kickoff meeting, that will be held at the Burnham Church of Brethren, on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. The church’s the address is 541 E. Freedom Ave., Burnham, PA 17009. There will be a meal, short meeting, and Ken Litwiller, the new canning director from the Mennonite Central Committee, will be the speaker. Those planning to attend, call Jesse Diem at (717) 348-9577, Ben Stoltzfus at (814) 625-2430, or Jonathan Coldren at (717)250-6840 by Oct. 19. This will help the group have a...

  • Imlers Hosting Gathering in Roaring Spring

    Oct 20, 2022

    On Friday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m., at the home of Pete and Carol Imler of Roaring Spring (1271 Spang Street Extension), friends are invited to an evening filled with music, praises and joy for the years past – and looking ahead to God’s plans. This evening will be our last special time together as we give God praise for the beautiful times we had together over these past months. Our hearts are filled with “thank yous” to God who kept our times together weatherwise. Some evenings it rained; others, we were outside at the fireplace. But at this sp...

  • Homewood's Bazaar Attracts Sellers

    Judith Ott, Southern Cove Correspondent|Oct 20, 2022

    On Oct. 6 and 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Homewood in Martinsburg held its Annual Fall Bazaar in Givler Cultural Center. Everything was set up in the hallways and in the cultural center. Jeff's Jams & Salsas was in attendance. Handmade pottery from Jone Bush was in the center. Jone is well known for her pottery and has done demonstrations. JoAnn Sorge had many homemade garden flags of all patterns. Susan Metzler had wreaths, door decor and table decorations. Attendees could not pass Debbie Schlom...

  • Martinsburg Community Library Hosts Annual 'Library Bash'

    Oct 20, 2022

    Martinsburg Community Library hosted the annual Library Bash at the Bistro and Silent Auction on Oct. 8. Doors opened at 5 p.m., with the auction and raffle ticket and quilt ticket sales beginning at the same time. Library Director Danette Feathers welcomed attendees before the dinner buffet opened. Library Board of Trustees President Brooke Long-Yarrison presented awards following dinner. Award winners included Conner Kerfien, Bookworm Award 2022; Jay Mason and Kylie Wolf, Love Your Library...

  • Herald Wins Awards

    Oct 20, 2022

    Three Herald staff members and one contributor represented the Herald at the Keystone Media Awards Brunch on Oct. 12. Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA) held the brunch and ceremony at the Sheraton Hershey Harrisburg Hotel. Contributor Denny Shoemaker and Herald Circulation Manager Lugene Shelly won an honorable mention for their photo essay "Ida Inundates the Cove." Editor Anna Baughman and Publisher Allan Bassler won three second-place awards for Editorials, Feature Page Design, and...

  • Martinsburg Resident on Juniata College's Mock Trial Team

    Oct 20, 2022

    Juniata College's nationally ranked Mock Trial team opened its first season with the Happy Valley Invitational Tournament the weekend of Oct. 15. Audree Long-Yarrison of Martinsburg is on the team. The "Legal Eagles," ranked 43rd in the United States by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA), will take on top-ranked teams, including Yale University, Georgetown University, Michigan State, Penn State, the University of Maryland, Tufts, NYU and American University. Last year, Juniata finished...

  • Backyard Brawl Gives Dragons Overtime Victory

    Brady Albright, For the Herald|Oct 20, 2022

    An infamous yearly game against the Bedford Bisons always ends in a spectacular fashion for the Dragon Football team. This year was no exception, with a game that came down to the wire ending with a 38-35 victory for the Dragons. Within the first quarter, a lot of back and forth of offensive possession left both teams scoreless. The Dragons gave up one touchdown to the Bisons, before completing a drive that ended with a four-yard touchdown reception by Shalen Yingling. After the Bisons had another scoring drive, the Dragons capped the half by...

  • Dragon Soccer Narrowly Defeated

    Brady Albright, For the Herald|Oct 20, 2022

    The Central Dragon Soccer team faced the Central Cambria Red Devils and the Bedford Bisons during the week. The Dragons were narrowly defeated by the Red Devils, dropping a 2-1 loss, while soon after being crushed by the Bisons in a 7-1 defeat. Against the Red Devils, the Dragons quickly dropped a goal in the first half to be in a deficit from the start. The Dragons gave up another goal shortly into the second half as well. The Dragons nearly made a late-game comeback with an unassisted goal scored by Avery Campbell at 79:13, but the Dragons...

  • Lady Dragon Soccer Dominates with Defense

    Brady Albright, For the Herald|Oct 20, 2022

    The Lady Dragon Soccer team faced three opponents throughout the week, including who is likely to be their most difficult challenge of the regular season, the Bedford Lady Bisons. As a precursor to the Lady Bisons, the Lady Dragons faced the Central Cambria Lady Red Devils as well as the Forest Hills Lady Rangers. The Lady Dragons found victory in all their matches throughout the week, topping the Lady Red Devils 5-0, the Lady Rangers 2-0, and the Lady Bisons 1-0. Against the Lady Red Devils,...

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