BROOKVILLE — Even with a senior-less roster, the Brookville Lady Raiders track and field team has plenty of ammunition when it comes to defending its District 9 Class 2A team title it won last spring.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Former Brookville Raiders state champions Brock Zacherl and Taylor Ortz wrapped up their season for Clarion University last weekend at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at Quicken Loans Arena.
HEADED TO STATES — Brookville YMCA Barracudas swimmer Brody Barto will compete at this weekend’s Pennsylvania YMCA Championships at Penn State University. A seventh-grader, Barto swims in the 11-and-12-year-old division in three events on Sunday. He’s seeded 15th in the 100-yard freestyle, 1…
Brookville’s fifth-grade boys’ basketball team recently won a tournament in Johnsonburg, going 3-1 with a win against the host and a 2-1 record against Elk County Catholic. Brookville beat ECC, 33-29, in the final to claim the title. From left are Wyatt Lucas, Gannon McMaster, Riley Payne, J…
BROOKVILLE — Looking at a roster with just two seniors last spring, Brookville Raiders baseball coach Bruce Ferry thought his young team “could surprise some people.”
It’s the second week of preseason practices for the PIAA spring sports season and all of the baseball, softball, and track and field teams at Brookville and Clarion-Limestone are preparing for the upcoming season that’s not too far away.
KITTANNING — Running into a quick 2,000-point scorer who sparked the strong East Allegheny Wildcats, the Brookville Lady Raiders’ memorable basketball season came to an end Tuesday night.
HERSHEY — It may have not been the medal rush that the Brookville Raiders were used to over the last handful of years, but two more were added to the team’s list of medalists at last Saturday’s PIAA Class 2A Championships.
1985 D9 CHAMPS — The Brookville Lady Raiders won the District 9 Class 2A title and won their first-round playoff game against Conemaugh Valley, 45-36. The team, coached by Jon Benton, wound up 20-6 after a 62-37 loss to District 10’s Iroquois. Seniors Dee Reinard and Molly McLaughlin were th…
Editor's Note: Taylor Ortz was accorded a berth to nationals on Tuesday. That's missing from this story. Check www.clariongoldeneagles.com for the update.
ST. MARYS — Knowing that a state berth would be hard to come by, the Brookville Area High School swimming and diving teams went to work on improving seeded times and finishes, and for the most part, came out with flying colors at last weekend’s District 9 Class 2A Championships at St. Marys …
CLARION — A layoff of 15 days certainly wasn’t ideal for the Brookville girls basketball team coming into Friday’s District 9 Class 3A championship game against Karns City.
One of three Clarion-Limestone Lions to be honored by the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference in its postseason basketball awards announcement, junior Ian Callen won this year’s Most Valuable Player award.
HERSHEY — Here are the opening-round pairings for Brookville’s seven qualifiers for the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships at the Giant Center. Action begins Thursday with preliminary round matchups in the 20-man bracket setup.
BROOKVILLE — The Pennsylvania YMCA Western District Meet is set for Eastern Ohio, actually, and the Brookville Barracudas have a big contingent headed to the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio.
CLARION — Going almost six minutes without a point and failing to hit a 3-point shot all night along with having their leading scorer held point-less, the Karns City Gremlins managed to beat the Brookville Raiders at the last second.
Keith Miner works on a submission hold against Michael Foster at last Friday’s FightToWin Pro 65 in Dallas, Texas. While Miner nor Foster got the other to submit, it was Miner winning the eight-minute bout on the most submission attempts criteria. He improved to 2-0 in the FightToWin card an…
KSAC CHAMPS AGAIN — The Clarion-Limestone Lions pose with their medals after beating Karns City 51-32 in the KSAC Championship game in February. The Lions won their fourth conference title in five years and eighth overall in team history.
CLARION — A senior-less team coming off a six-win season beating a four-time district champion with a 1,700-point career scorer leading the way for a District 9 Class 3A title?
SHARON — Putting two of its state qualifiers in the finals at last Saturday’s Class 2A Northwest Regional Tournament at Sharon High School, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team went 1-1.
HYDE — A three-time state qualifer and two-time medalist as a 152-pounder, Brookville senior Caleb Hetrick turned heads by dropping to 145 for last weekend’s District 9 Class 2A Wrestling Tournament.
CLARION — Figuring out when and where the District Class 3A Championship games were going to be contested was much harder than learning who was going to be gunning for titles.
EDINBORO — Looking for his third trip to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships, Clarion University redshirt junior Brock Zacherl leads the Golden Eagles into Saturday’s Eastern Wrestling League Championships at Edinboro University.
BROOKVILLE — Last week’s school board approval of Kaitlyn Hill’s hiring for the Brookville Lady Raiders soccer head coach job ushered in a new era for the program.
HYDE — For the upperweight trio of seniors Xavier Molnar and Tyler Cook, and sophomore Colby Whitehill, it was a title sweep at last Saturday’s District 9 Class 2A Wrestling Tournament at Clearfield Area High School.
HYDE — While the five title-winners were grabbing most of the headlines in leading the Brookville Raiders wrestling team to a fifth straight point title at last weekend’s District 9 Class 2A Tournament at Clearfield High School, five others advanced with top-four finishes.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Brookville Area High School graduate and Grove City College freshman Seth Ray placed third in the high jump at last Thursday’s 10-team President’ Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships held at the Youngstown State Watts and Tressel Training Site.
SHARON — Here are the regional pairings for Brookville at this weekend’s Northwest Regional Tournament in Sharon. The top four finishers qualify for the PIAA Championships in Hershey March 8-10.