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The Emporium Borough Emergency Management Coordinator is updating his
list of residents that will need assistance in the event of an emergency
situation where appraisal or evacuation would be necessary.
you or a loved one would need assistance due to a medical condition or
handicap, please call the Emporium Borough Office, 486-0768 Monday through
Friday, and give your name, address, and nature of condition, or leave a
message, to have your name put on our list.
note that duringHurricane Sandy our EmergencyControlCenter
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are reminded that you should obey all road-closed signs and stay away from
downed electric lines!
JOHNSONBURG – Cameron County rallied from a 7-0 deficit
entering the fourth quarter to get a 14-13 road win at Johnsonburg Friday
The Red Raiders (2-7) scored twice late in the fourth quarter
to go ahead 14-7 with the go-ahead score coming on a 2-yard quarterback sneak by
Tucker Britton and a two-point conversion pass from Britton to Devin Mason.
But Johnsonburg (2-7) blocked a Cameron County punt with 1:30
to play and returned it for a touchdown to get within a point, 14-13. But the
Red Raiders stopped the conversion attempt and then recovered the ensuing
on-side kick to seal the victory.
Johnsonburg took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on a
Mitchell Holmberg 8-yard touchdown run before Cameron County scored its first
touchdown in the fourth quarter on a Britton 10-yard touchdown run. The PAT,
though, was no good.
EMPORIUM – Port Allegany took
to the ground for its scoring Friday night rushing for five touchdowns in a 41-0
win at Cameron County.
Bodamer rushed for a pair of touchdowns and threw a touchdown for the Gators
(8-0), who have won 13 straight regular-season games.
Bodamer ran 10 times for 67
yards including scoring runs of 15 and 2 yards. He was also 16 of 27 passing for
252 yards and the touchdown. Bodamer now has 9,440 yards passing and 121
touchdowns. He passed Brendan Nosovitch of Allentown Central Catholic to move
into second place in Pennsylvania history for career yards. He is 312 yards shy
of the Pennsylvania and District 9 record of 9,752 set by Brockway’s Derek
Buganza. Bodamer has also rushed for 1,913 yards and 36 touchdowns in his four
years at Port Allegany.
Trent Neal added a pair of
touchdown runs for the Gators scoring on runs of 3 and 16 yards and rushing 11
times for 68 yards. Nick Conway caught a 19-yard touchdown pass and had five
grabs for 96 yards with Tyce Miller catching nine passes for 127 yards.
Port Allegany defense recorded its third shutout of the year, the most for the
Gators since recording three in 1992. Port Allegany hasn’t had more than three
shutouts in one year since recording seven during its perfect 10-0 season in
Cameron County was limited to
87 yards of offense and five first downs. Antonio Johnson led the Red Raiders
with 34 yards rushing.
EMPORIUM – Antonio Johnson ran 18 times for 115 yards and two
touchdowns to help Cameron County to its first win of the season, 27-18 over
visiting Coudersport, Friday night.
Johnson scored the Red Raiders (1-5) first touchdowns (4-yard
run) and last touchdown (31-yard run) while Tony Olivett (6-yard run) and Dylan
Armstrong (20-yard pass from Tucker Britton) scored the middle two scores for
Ethan Hite was involved in two of the three Coudersport
scores tossing a 46-yard touchdown pass to Mitch Freeman and also scoring on a
15-yard run. Alex Hershey added a 9-yard scoring run for Coudersport late in the
first half that gave the Falcons an 18-7 lead at the time.
But Olivett scored on a 6-yard run with 38 seconds to play
before the half to give the Red Raiders momentum heading into halftime, and they
outscored Coudersport (1-5) 12-0 in the second half.
Freeman ran 15 times for 52 yards, while Hershey had five
carries for 30 yards and caught five passes for 57 yards for the
Armstrong had four catches for 83 yards and the touchdown for
My name is Randy Frey. I live in a beautiful little town called Emporium, in northcentral Pennsylvania. I have a large family, and I like it that way. I am currently a member of the Emporium Borough Council, publisher of www.cameroncountypa.net, and active in local political and social events. I am an avid amatuer photographer,and I enjoy hunting, fishing, motorcycles,and spending time with my family