From the Bleachers

 

When we lost Glen Fiebig last week, Cameron County lost a one-of-a-kind person. He had his hands in a lot of pies from county government to law enforcement, but what I appreciated most about him was his work with youth sports.
He will always be remembered for his tireless work in local and state Little League activities but he also devoted time to many other sports activities. He at different times officiated elementary basketball and Storm football ran yardage markers for varsity football. He also umpired everything from Little League to American Legion to PIAA high school baseball.
I’m sure I’ve missed many other youth sports that Glen helped with but his mark has been left in most youth sports organizations.
The first week of high school football had a lot of surprises for me but none was more eye-opening than Elk County Catholic’s dominating win at Curwensville. The Golden Tide lost a lot of graduating talent after last season but the Crusaders held the home team to just 126 yards offense while getting 166 yards rushing and three touchdowns from Stephen Bobby and two touchdown passes by Mason McAllister. It will set up an interesting game next week as ECC hosts the Coudersport Falcons.

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