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Altoona rallies to top Chucks in extras, 7-5

April 18, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Ahead 5-1 through four innings, the Punxsy baseball team was unable to score again and couldn't preserve the lead during a 7-5 loss in nine innings to Altoona Monday at Rich Kuntz Memorial Field.

Punxsy (4-2) surrendered four runs in the fifth inning and two in the ninth. Once Altoona pitcher Jason Douglas entered the game in the fourth inning, the Chucks' bats faltered.

"We gave this game away," Punxsy manager Mike Dickey said, "and we just didn't pitch well with the lead."

Depp, potent offense power Punxsy to 4-0 start

April 18, 2011

HOLLIDAYSBURG — Nine girls had a hit, and starting pitcher Randa Depp gave up one run through the first five innings Monday during the Punxsy softball team's 8-5 victory in Hollidaysburg.

The Lady Chucks are off to a 4-0 start behind an offense that hit up and down the lineup and a pitcher who didn't give up much early in the game.

Depp, a junior, was impressive during a complete-game effort that included nine strikeouts. She allowed five runs on six hits with one walk, but the Lady Golden Tigers didn't score their second run until the Lady Chucks were ahead 8-1 through 5 1/2-innings.

Lady Raiders score often to win first game

April 18, 2011

BROOKVILLE — After using about 10 bags of sand, three-and-a-half hours and 24 runs scored, the Brookville softball team picked up its first win of the season by beating Clarion-Limestone 15-9 Monday.

The game featured two rain delays, a cascade of errors and sloppy field conditions, but Lady Raiders coach Earl Ross was happy with his team's production.

"We've gotten a lot better with base running, and our hitting is starting to come around," Ross said. "Every game they've improved, and they did really well today."

Coal truck overturns on Rt. 210

April 18, 2011

VALIER — A coal truck apparently lost its brakes, causing it to roll onto its side around 11 a.m. Monday at the Route 210 intersection with Route 4025 (Valier Drive), Perry Township.

According to Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police, Joe Ryan, Summerhill, was traveling north on Route 210, and as he approached the 90-degree curve at the intersection with Valier Drive, his brakes locked up, which caused the truck to roll onto the driver's side and into the guardrail, spilling a portion of its load into an adjacent stream.

Thomas Edgar Davidson, 76

April 18, 2011

Thomas Edgar Davidson, 76, Midland, Va., died April 12, 2011, at INOVA Fairfax Hospital.

He was born July 19, 1934, in Mahaffey, a son of the late Eugene E. and Anna Marie (Murray) Davidson.

He was married to Louise Davidson, who preceded her in death.
Mr. Davidson served in the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged after three years of service.

He retired as a forest warden with the Virginia Department of Forestry after 30 years of service and was a charter member of the Catlett Volunteer Fire Department.

Recognizing the rights of victims

April 18, 2011

BROOKVILLE — Crime victims continue to strive for their rights, a struggle highlighted during National Victims' Rights Week.

This year's theme, "Reshaping the Future and Honoring the Past," honors and respects crime victims who have found strength to rebuild their lives one step at a time.

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