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Sport Shorts-Week of September 10 Fall Sports Sports 

Sport Shorts-Week of September 10

Here are some sports items that happened for NBC this week. BOYS Football Varsity-Lost to Tussey Mountain by a score of 14-7. They play Everett this week at Everett on Friday. JV-Did not play this week. JH-Beat Moshannon Valley by a score of 32-0.   Golf Varsity-Played at Down River and lost their match.   Soccer Varsity-Lost to Forbes Road 14-1. Also lost to Fannett Metal by a score of 9-1.   GIRLS Soccer Varsity-Lost to Everett by a score of 3-2. They play at Fannett Metal on Tuesday.  …

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Spread Pride with the Student Section Fall Sports News 

Spread Pride with the Student Section

Northern Bedford Student Section started with an active member of its school’s student body. Ian Sherlock began the student section because he wanted to get students more focused on the actual football game rather than running around causing problems. The Student Section count was down for the first two football games. “I’m going to try again so hopefully more people will show up and be into it.” said Junior Ian Sherlock. Please come out and support our team by joining the student section this week at the home game against…

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NBC loses home opener to Central Fall Sports News Sports 

NBC loses home opener to Central

NBC lost their home opener to Central on Friday night 32-6.  They fought hard, but Central was victorious.  Northern played a great first half with plenty of get-up-and-go.  At the half, NBC trailed Central by only 7 points (13-6).  The second half lacked a bit of energy from Northern. In the first quarter, Central scored with about 2 seconds left.  They made the extra point, and led Northern 7-0.  In the second quarter, Central scored again after Northern gave the ball back to them.  This time, Central missed the extra point,…

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NBC Football Opens Season Tonight Fall Sports News Sports 

NBC Football Opens Season Tonight

The Northern Bedford Panthers football team opens up their season tonight against the Central Dragons. Come out and support the Panthers, District 5 winners last year. “We are very prepared for tonight. If we execute our game plan and play our game, we’ll come out on top,” said assistant coach Ryan Cherry. Kickoff is at 7:00 PM. Don’t miss out on one of the oldest rivals in Northern history that hasn’t been revisited since 1972. See you there!

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Go Foor It! Features Focus Sports 

Go Foor It!

Andrew Foor is a senior at Northern Bedford County High School. As a tri-athlete, he is involved in football, basketball, and baseball and he starts in all three.  He was always involved in sports, even at a young age.He said, “I’ve been playing sports since I was able to throw a ball. My brother was already in sports, so watching him brought me into the same sport interests.” Of all sports, baseball is his favorite sport to watch and play, and he always holds high expectations of himself.  As a…

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Gordon is Gone Features Sports 

Gordon is Gone

On Tuesday, October 17, the Boston Celtics played their season opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers and took a loss on and off of the court. The Celtic’s small forward Gordon Hayward took a serious injury and the team finished 99-102. With 6 minutes and 45 seconds left in the first quarter, Hayward, number 20, went up in the air at the basket to receive an alley-oop and got bumped by Lebron James. Upon going down from the jump, Hayward landed awkwardly on his left leg. His leg was instantly distorted,…

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Intercepted Scholarships Features News Sports 

Intercepted Scholarships

Sunday, March 12th at the 20th annual Central Pennsylvania National Football Foundation dinner, 45 high school football players were awarded. One of these players was Northern Bedford’s very own, Jacob Dasher. Dasher is the son of Keith and Trish Dasher, and was awarded for his work in the classroom, in the community, and on the field. Past recipients of this award from Northern Bedford include Willie Sollenberger, Andrew Cronrath, Blake Over, Aaron Batzel, and now Jacob Dasher. He has stated that this organization “is great and has helped student-athletes forward…

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Over and Lingenfelter Run the Extra Mile Fall Sports Sports 

Over and Lingenfelter Run the Extra Mile

Madison Over and Sydney Lingenfelter proved to be only “half crazy” by running the sold out, 7th annual Hershey Half Marathon at Hershey Park on October 16 at 7:30 a.m to benefit Children’s Miracle Network of Penn State Hershey Hospital. Over 5,000 brave runners lined up at the starting line, around 7 a.m, to take part in running a 13.1-mile course that winds through Hersheypark, goes into the town of Hershey, and then ends on Hersheypark stadium. For Madison Over, a junior at Northern Bedford, this wasn’t her first time…

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Gym for Athletes? Rants and Raves Sports 

Gym for Athletes?

Is physical education honestly needed for student athletes? Here at NBC, Physical Education is a mandatory class for 9-12 graders, students need to pass the course in order to graduate. Should it be optional for student athletes? Phys. Ed is a burden for student athletes, whether they play one sport or three. It should be offered to students as an elective, but since it’s a mandatory class, students should be granted the time to practice the sport they play.   Students involved in sports or extracurricular activities need time to…

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Girls Volleyball Team Starts With A Loss Fall Sports Sports 

Girls Volleyball Team Starts With A Loss

The Northern Bedford girls volleyball team played hard at their first game on Thursday, September 6th at Williamsburg High School, but came out short losing 3 of the 4 games.   The starters of the game were senior Morgan Kichman (setter), senior Emma Eckenrode (middle),  junior Maddie Cherry (middle), senior Jessika Branter (outside), junior Kaylee Bowsers (outside), and  sophomore Cameron Pressel (right side). All girls gave it their all, but lacked some energy. Maddie Cherry had some good hits and Morgan Kichman scored 7 serving points during the 4th game….

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