BROCKWAY — The Brookville wrestling team took seven of the 13 contested weight classes, but the bonus points racked up by the Raiders proved to be huge in a 42-23 over Brockway last Thursday
SCOREBOARD DONATIONS — The new scoreboards recently installed at Brookville Area High School were underwritten by some sizable donations from area business/individuals totaling $10,000. In the top photo are members of the Brookville Eagles Club, which donated $5,000. From left are Denny Koch…
LEXINGTON, Va. — The Clarion University wrestling team rolled in its final tune-ups before the start of Eastern Wrestling League competition, with the Golden Eagles routing VMI 30-12 and Davidson 36-3 last Saturday Lexington on Saturday.
BROOKVILLE — It’ll be back to a six-team event due to some late developments for this year’s Johnson Motors Ultimate Duals, which goes this Saturday at Brookville Area High School.
PHILIPSBURG — For a team that hasn’t played much on the road, nor will they a whole lot this season, Monday night’s 72-51 non-league win at Philipsburg-Osceola was refreshing.
STRATTANVILLE — After trailing by two points at halftime, the Clarion-Limestone Lions scored just 12 points in the second half while Clearfield countered with 26 to pull away for a 57-41 victory.
BROOKVILLE — Picking up a split decision, the Brookville Area High School swimming and diving team hosted Bradford at the Hickory Grove Elementary School Natatorium Monday night.
DuBOIS — The Brookville Raiders basketball team used a 12-0 run that spanned the third and fourth quarters Tuesday night to help put away the pesky DuBois Beavers squad in a 57-44 victory.
BROOKVILLE — Finishing the night with a flurry of forfeits, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team hiked its record to 12-1 heading into the rest of a busy week for head coach Dave Klepfer’s state-ranked team.
STRATTANVILLE — The Clarion-Limestone Lions basketball team began the new year with just its second home game of the season and after racing out to a 25-8 lead after one quarter, it rolled to a 78-38 victory over Cranberry last Wednesday.
BROOKVILLE — A fast start and a balanced scoring effort sparked the Brookville Raiders basketball team to a 59-40 win over Philipsburg-Osceola in a non-league matchup Wednesday.
BROOKVILLE — Shooting it well at home, the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball team blasted visiting Johnsonburg, 61-29, in a non-league matchup last Thursday night.
BROOKVILLE — Waiting until the highly anticipated heavyweight matchup at the end of the night, the Brookville Raiders finally earned the split decision on the mat against visiting Curwensville Tuesday night.
HALL OF CHAMPIONS — A recently completed project has all of Brookville’s state champions hanging from the ceiling in the lobby of the high school gymnasium. From the school’s first of Barb Reinard’s high jump title back in 1981 to the last from last March’s state wrestling title won by Gavin…
NEW BETHLEHEM — Dropping another one-point game to Forest Area, the Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions fell in the consolation game of the Redbank Valley Christmas Tournament last Thursday night.
RURAL VALLEY — After a slow start and a few halftime adjustments, the Clarion-Limestone Lions were able to pull away from Northgate for a 58-43 victory to claim the West Shamokin Christmas Tournament title last Friday night.
CANONSBURG — The math didn’t seem to jive, but the points summed things up as the second-best trip to the prestigious Powerade Tournament for the Brookville Raiders wrestlers last weekend.
BROOKVILLE — Hammering out a nail-biting 48-41 win over District 9 League rival DuBois, the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball team won its own Christmas Tournament Thursday night.
DuBOIS — Brookville couldn’t have asked for a better start to the DuBois Holiday Tournament championship game Saturday night, and it was enough to hold off a late Brockway rally for a 44-40 win.
DuBOIS — The Brookville and DuBois girls basketball teams met for the second time in less than a week on Tuesday, and it was the host Lady Beavers who got some revenge on the Lady Raiders with a 54-42 victory.
BROOKVILLE — Coming off busy weekend tournaments and needing to work out on New Years Day, Tuesday’s wrestling matchup between Brookville and Redbank Valley was dreadful for one team.
So what’s the story of the year for the Jeffersonian Democrat? It wasn’t an easy pick, so we went with a final four. Tied at the top spot was the Brookville wrestlers and their dominance once again of District 9, fourth-place PIAA Dual Meet finish and five state medalists led by state champi…
BROOKVILLE — Leading from start to finish, the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball team picked up a District 9 League 48-33 win at home against St. Marys Friday night.
FRILLS CORNERS — One day before routing Venango Catholic on the road, the Clarion-Limestone Lions basketball team traveled to North Clarion for a key KSAC-North meeting and left with a 72-59 victory last Wednesday.
FALCONER, N.Y. — Wrapping up its pre-Christmas dual meet schedule at 8-1, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team went out-of-state and notched a 48-25 win at Falconer-Cassadaga Valley N.Y. last Friday night.
Gannon McMaster of Brookville shot this 4-point buck, his first, while hunting on the first day in Eldred Township with his dad Jeff, grandfather Gordon Greeley and brother Garner.
STRATTANVILLE — Tori Obenrader, Abby Gatesman, and Gabby Carll combined for 52 of North Clarion’s points as the She-Wolves raced by the Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions 67-25 Tuesday night.
PITTSBURGH — The Clarion University wrestling team earned its first dual match win of the season last Saturday night, riding two late pinfalls to a 24-20 win over Pittsburgh at Fitzgerald Fieldhouse.
STRATTANVILLE — Behind a monster game from Ian Callen who recorded a triple-double of 24 points, 16 rebounds and 10 steals, the Clarion-Limestone Lions basketball team rolled to an easy 89-29 victory over Forest Area last Friday night in the Lions’ first home game of the season.
BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Area High School swimming and diving teams opened their season with a split decision against visiting Marion Center at the Hickory Grove Elementary School Natatorium Friday night.