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Greater Johnstown’s Tre Pridgen is swept off his feet by Richland’s Brady Moran during the Laurel Mountain League’s championship game on Friday at Cambria County War Memorial Arena. Richland won 4-3.

Richland wins Laurel Mountain championship

Bryce Bostian is only a sophomore, but he plays hockey much like a seasoned veteran.
The Richland forward scored three goals, including the game-winner in overtime, as the Rams won their first Laurel Mountain Hockey League championship on Friday night at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
Richland edged defending champion Greater Johnstown 4-3 on Bostian’s goal 4:17 into the 10-minute overtime period. His goal was Richland’s second OT game-winner in as many playoff dates over a three-day span.

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Richland’s Jason Edsall (left) upends Central Cambria’s Jed Price during Monday’s Laurel Mountain Hockey League playoff game at Planet Ice. The Rams beat the Red Devils 6-2.

Rams advance in Laurel Mountain playoffs

By: Mike Mastovich

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Richland’s Zach Wesner (right) celebrates with Jeremy Patula during a game against Greater Johnstown on Jan. 10. The Rams open defense of their Laurel Mountain Hockey League title tonight against Central Cambria.

Richland set to defend crown

By: Shawn Curtis

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Westmont Hilltop’s Ty Rickabaugh delivers a hit to Greater Johnstown’s Devin Smith in this Jan. 27 file photo. The Hilltoppers, who finished 13-6-3 in PIHL play, begin play in the PIHL Class A playoffs tonight when they face Freeport at the Belmont Complex in Kittanning.

Hilltoppers playoff quest begins today

By: Mike Mastovich

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Westmont Hilltop goaltender Sebastian Ragno, shown in this Jan. 27 file photo, was honored by the PIHL for his play during January.

Ragno lauded with PIHL nod

By: Shawn Curtis

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Westmont Hilltop’s Brandon Leech celebrates the second of his four goals during Monday’s Tomahawks Cup championship game against Greater Johnstown.

Westmont Hilltop wins first Tomahawks Cup crown

By: Shawn Curtis

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Greater Johnstown’s Devin Smith (right) sends a puck past Bishop McCort goaltender Boston Bradley during Sunday’s opening round of the Tomahawks Cup at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.

Greater Johnstown powers past Bishop McCort to advance

By: Shawn Curtis

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