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This fall’s Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference title run by the Clarion-Limestone Lions golfers landed four players on this year’s first-team all-conference team.

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HARRISBURG — The last time Jenny Fiscus won a marathon, she beat a couple men to the finish line to be the first overall winner.

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The recent Upper Allegheny Valley Soccer League All-Conference announcement had nine area players from Brookville and Clarion-Limestone recognized.

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DuBOIS — In his first year as the Penn State-DuBois golf coach, Brookville’s Mark Powell earned a Coach of the Year honor.

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DuBOIS — The first time the Brookville Raiders faced Brockway, it was a narrow loss that sent their season in a different direction. Last Saturday at DuBois, their rematch with the Rovers ended the season.

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Clarion-Limestone junior Austin Newcomb is the 11th rusher in District 9 history to rush for 2,000 or more yards in a season. He’s 158 yards away from tying Alex Holland’s single-season record of 2,600 from 2010.

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CLARION — Finishing the season with five straight losses, the defending champion Clarion Bobcats dropped their District 9 Class 2A preliminary matchup in a 20-14 loss to Moniteau at Clarion University’s Memorial Stadium last Friday night.

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STRATTANVILLE — Despite scoring 26 less points in a rematch with Otto-Eldred in last Friday’s District 9 Class 1A playoff opener at the C-L Sports Complex, the Clarion-Limestone Lions powered their way to a convincing win.

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HERSHEY — Not surprisingly, the cross country season ended in conditions not all that different from the rest of the schedule as the PIAA Championships were held on a muddy track at the Parkview Cross Country Course.

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ST. MARYS — Landing in its first district championship in 15 years, the Brookville Lady Raiders took another shot at Redbank Valley and fell short in a three-set loss last Saturday afternoon at St. Marys Area High School.

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — It’s hard to put together a more impressive offseason of wrestling than Brookville junior Colby Whitehill.

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ST. MARYS — Wrapping up the regular season at 11-8, the Brookville Lady Raiders volleyball team needed four sets for a road win in last Thursday’s match against St. Marys.

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RIDGWAY — Both Clarion-Limestone cross country teams combined to send seven runners to last Saturday’s District 9 Class 1A Cross Country Championships at Ridgway’s Grandinetti Elementary School.

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DuBOIS — Regardless of record, and with just a few exceptions over Brookville Raiders football history, any game against the DuBois Beavers isn’t a breeze by any means.

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While the Clarion-Limestone Lions had their No. 2 seed locked in for the Class 1A playoffs going into last Friday’s game at Clarion, the Brookville Raiders had some positioning to work out in the Class 2A bracket.

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RIDGWAY — Rain and mud everywhere, the Brookville Raiders punched two tickets to states at last Saturday’s District 9 Class 1A Cross Country Championship held at Grandinetti Elementary School.

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RIDGWAY — Scoring well enough that a year ago it would have been enough to secure a state berth, the Brookville Lady Raiders wound up third at last Saturday’s District 9 Class 1A Cross Country Championships.

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CLARION — Finding itself in another underdog position, the Brookville Lady Raiders soccer team was unable to replicate last week’s upset of St. Marys in Tuesday night’s Class 2A Championship game at Clarion University’s Memorial Stadium.

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CLARION — It might have been appropriate for Clarion-Limestone Lions that their game against rival Clarion came just a couple of days before Halloween because the Lions were able to exorcise 14 years worth of demons in a 62-28 victory in last Friday’s Black and Blue Brawl Trophy game at Clar…

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CURWENSVILLE — Austin Newcomb continued his stellar season with a record-breaking night as he rushed for 416 yards on 28 carries with five touchdowns as the Lions ran past Curwensville 46-14 on last Friday night at Riverside Stadium.

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DuBOIS — When the DuBois Beavers finished off a three-year run of routs of Brookville from 2011 through 2013, the annual series of former District 9 League rivals was discontinued.

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BROCKWAY — Coming into Tuesday’s District 9 Class 2A semifinal contest against St. Marys, Brookville had been outscored 11-0 in two regular-season meetings with the Lady Dutch.