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Frank Nagy told his team to expect a game of runs, specifically 6-0 runs. And coincidentally, it was a 6-0 run in overtime that propelled the West

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United surged past Blairsville in the third quarter and held off the Bobcats, 57-51, in Monday’s other key Heritage Conference girls’ basketball game. The Lions (2-1) trailed 25-22 at halftime but outscored Blairsville by 10,

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It was a leisurely Saturday afternoon for a couple contenders in the Heritage Conference girls’ basketball ranks.

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It consists of 28 really good football players, including Homer-Center’s Ben Schmidt, who put up unprecedented offensive numbers, and Apollo-Ridge’s Logan Harmon, a running back/linebacker no one wanted to meet in the hole on either side of the ball.

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The gardening season is quickly approaching, and Homer-Center has its very own garden. Located outside near the school track, the garden has been a developing project going on for about five years. Initiated by science teacher Bradley Adams, the garden is ...

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It’s early, but a couple Heritage Conference girls’ basketball teams are making a statement. Homer-Center racked up its second straight ... “It’s tough because I coach all the boys from HC in football and track,” Rodkey said.

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On Tuesday, at the start of the first full week of action for most teams in a scholastic winter sports season delayed by COVID-19, Homer-Center knocked off defending championship Penns Manor, 50-49, when Marlee Kochman made two free throws with no time on the clock at the Homer-Dome.

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The Penns Comets are off and running. Penns Manor overcame a sloppy start and used its depth to wear down Homer-Center, 60-49, in a Heritage Conference boys’ basketball home game, opening a week in which the winter sports season is scheduled to swing into high gear after a delayed start.

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Center as the teams that got a bit of a jump on the delayed high school basketball season. West Shamokin beat Burrell, 68-46, and Homer-Center rolled past Saltsburg, 62-35. in girls’ games on Saturday afternoon.

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Komlosky, of Homer City, and Roseann Henry Komlosky. Regina was a 1987 graduate of Homer Center High School. She worked as a nurse’s aide at various personal care homes in the area, having last ...

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