T-D HS Boys' Cross Country

Kachman paces area runners at state meet

HERSHEY — Bedford sophomore Will Kachman was running on the fast track Saturday morning at the PIAA Cross Country Championships on the Parkview Course.
Kachman finished third in a time of 16:38 in the Class AA contest.

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55 local athletes to compete at cross country state meet

By: Cory Isenberg

JOHNSTOWN — Cross country runners know that the success they achieve in October and November is directly attributed to the hard work that they put forth in the summer and during the regular season.

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Kachman tops field in AA boys

By: Cory Isenberg

SIDMAN — Bedford’s Will Kachman won his first District 6 Class AA individual cross country title on Saturday at the Forest Hills Middle School.
But the talented sophomore, who won in 16:18.6 and will make his second trip to the state championships set for Saturday in Hershey, had a little left in the tank at the end of the run.

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Forest Hills serves as first-time Dist. 6 host

By: Cory Isenberg

SIDMAN — When the opportunity to host the District 6 cross country championships arose, Forest Hills literally ran with it.
On Saturday for the first time in many years, the finals were held at the course at the Forest Hills Middle School rather than at Indian Valley Elementary and Intermediate School in Reedsville.
For Forest Hills Athletic Director Joe Gironda, the transition has gone relatively smoothly.

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Runners from Penn Cambria, Forest Hills, Cambria Heights and Central Cambria take part in the Laurel Highlands Athletic Association girls championship on Wednesday in Sidman.

Central Cambria wins boys, girls titles

By: Cory Isenberg

SIDMAN — It was a clean sweep for the cross country teams from Central Cambria on Wednesday at the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference championships held at the Forest Hills Middle School.

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Devils, Eagles win conference crowns

By: Mike Mastovich

SIDMAN — Alyssa Brandis is a seasoned veteran on the cross country course, and it showed on a sunny but cool Wednesday afternoon at Forest Hills Middle School.

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