Still, these Rangers resembled some of the dominant Forest Hills playoff squads of the past. Damon Crawley broke the school record for single-season rushing yards and had three TD runs to go with a touchdown pass as Forest Hills pulled away in a 29-0 victory.
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The Cambria Heights School District has hosted memorable District 6 playoff games in the past, but never a contest involving the hometown Highlanders.
The Windber Ramblers' offense struck quickly in the Appalachian Bowl, as junior back John Shuster took the first play from scrimmage 63 yards to the end zone to stun Cambria Heights in a 42-0 victory on a rainy Saturday night at Penns Manor’s Pat Corrigan Field.
The Cambria Heights and Windber high school football teams gathered at the Richland Township Fire Department banquet hall on Wednesday morning to officially kick off the Appalachian Bowl itinerary.
A quick-starting attack from Homer-Center coupled with early butterflies from Cambria Heights made for a short night for the Highlanders in a 25-18, 25-12 loss in their Heritage Conference volleyball semifinal on Wednesday at Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on the campus of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Senior Conner Oechslin netted a hat trick and Westmont Hilltop broke open a close game in a 4-1 victory over Cambria Heights in the District 6 Class 2A boys soccer playoffs on Tuesday at Trojan Stadium.
The undefeated Ramblers clinched the WestPAC title in a 62-7 victory over the Mustangs and earned a spot opposite unbeaten Heritage Conference winner Cambria Heights in next Saturday's Appalachian Bowl at Penns Manor High School.
Kendall Roman scored in the first overtime period to lift the Hilltoppers over the Rangers.
The Highlanders made sure it doesn’t become a habit in short order. Ryan Haluska rushed for all three Cambria Heights touchdowns in the Highlanders’ 20-7 victory against River Valley at Ernie Widmar Field at Memorial Stadium on Friday night.