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Rifle: NS 1,341, Shanksville 1,167

North Star outgunned Shanksville 1,341-1,167 in a varsity rifle match, Tuesday. North Star (9-1) top five: Elissa Barron 281, Zachary Tedrow 268, Nicole Rininger 267, Kyle Price 264, Hunter Snoeberger 261. Shanksville top five: Hunter Kimmel 249, Emily Daniels 244, Annalina Brant 240, Bailey Kimmel 218, Owen Boozer 216.

Students of the Month for January

Congratulations, Kalena Mostoller, Molly Gontis. Cameron Beidel, Nate Pelesky, Davia Tremain, Timothy Tretter, Garrett Tunstall, and BreAnna Emerick!

Cougars take 2

North Star defeated Rockwood and Turkeyfoot in a varsity rifle match, Wednesday.

The Cougars (1,330) outshot the Rockets (1,157) and Rams (923)

Girls Basketball: NS 62, Ferndale 30

In Johnstown, North Star had three players score in double figures, led by Cenley Miller with 18 points, as the Cougars doubled up Ferndale 62-30 in girls basketball, Monday.

Cougar Clobbering

BOSWELL — North Star’s Drew Lane poured in a gamehigh 25 points to lead the Cougars past Shanksville 63-31, Friday.

Berlin, North Star wrestlers seek tests at Mid-Winter Mayhem Tournament

In the past week, Berlin and North Star have each gotten a taste of how the pandemic-delayed wrestling season will look. On Saturday, they should each get a steady diet of matches in the Mid-Winter Mayhem tournament at Monroeville Convention Center.

Saturday’s event, which is actually two separate tournaments with two pools in each, features more than two dozen schools and will provide a much different challenge. A least three PIAA champions and a pair of National Prep champions are expected to compete.

Division 1 of the event begins at 9a.m. Berlin and North Star are each in Division 2, which is set to start at 2 p.m.
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