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Brookville Bank & Trust Company won the YMCA City Basketball League title in March of 1969. The “Bankbusters” won the first-half title with an 8-1 record and won the second half crown with a perfect 9-0 mark. In the first row, from left, are Vern Schreckengost, Ray Fitzgerald and Al Lefe…

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Here are the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference/Clarion County League boys' basketball champions since 1946:

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PITTSBURGH — Brookville’s Palynn Lindermuth, a second-grader at Pinecreek Elementary School, captured the program’s first state championship in the girls’ division at last weekend’s Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling Championships held at the Peterson Events Center.

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In a stunning announcement Monday afternoon, the United States Golf Association announced a 23-player tournament that included Brookville native Nathan Smith.

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BROOKVILLE — With all six state qualifiers back on the roster from last year, the Brookville Lady Raiders will be off to a good start as the season begins Monday at home against Clarion.

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BROOKVILLE — Winning two straight District 9 Class 2A titles in overwhelming fashion, the Brookville Raiders track and field team is primed to make it three straight.

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BROOKVILLE — On Feb. 9, the Brookville YMCA Barracudas Swim Team held a successful swim invitational to raise money for juvenile diabetes research.

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FAIRFAX, Va. — In the 44th and final Eastern Wrestling League Championships at George Mason University last weekend, the Clarion University Golden Eagles got a national qualifier.

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HERSHEY — All state brackets are challenging at the PIAA Class 2A Championships, but Brookville Raiders freshman Owen Reinsel ran into perhaps the next level in his first trip to Hershey last weekend.

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KITTANNING — The Clarion-Limestone Lions basketball team couldn’t have picked a worse time than to have one of their poorest shooting performances of the season coming in the second round of the PIAA Class 1A playoffs in a 59-39 loss to the Cornell Raiders Tuesday night at Armstrong High School.

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JOHNSTOWN — Once again on the verge of getting put away by District 5’s Everett early in the fourth quarter, the Brookville Raiders mustered a defense stand and rallied for the District 5/9 Class 3A Sub-Regional title.

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RAIDERS DISTRICT 5/9 SUB-REGIONAL CHAMPIONS — In front row, from left, are coach Mark Manfroni, Jace Miner, Jack Krug, David Cable, Danny Lauer, Bryce Baughman, Robert Keth and Chase Palmer. Back row: Coach Bud Baughman, J.P. Young, Logan Byerly, Aaron Park, Griffin Ruhlman, coach Jim McCrac…

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Former Brookville two-time state champion Ryan Thrush, a sophomore at Harvard, runs in the outside lane during a race earlier in the indoor track and field season. In last weekend’s Ivy League Championships in Princeton, N.J., Thrush made the 500-meter dash finals by qualifying fourth with a…

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The Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference champion Clarion-Limestone Lions put three of their players on the first-team all-conference team this week.

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BROOKVILLE — It’s another large contingent of qualifiers for this weekend’s Western District Meet for the Brookville YMCA Barracudas, who send 26 swimmers to compete in 43 individual events and six relays.

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SHARON — With the Colby Whitehill winning his regional title and Owen Reinsel finishing second, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team qualified two for states out of its seven-man regional crew.

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SHARON — All smiles even after a loss in the Northwest Regional finals, Brookville Raiders freshman Owen Reinsel was more than happy to advance to this week’s PIAA Class 2A Championships in Hershey.

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It’s off to the PIAA state playoffs for three area basketball teams this weekend. The Brookville Lady Raiders and Clarion-Limestone Lions open Friday night while the Brookville Raiders are in action Saturday.

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LADY RAIDERS DISTRICT 5/9 SUB-REGIONAL CHAMPIONS — In front row, from left, are Sophie Sharp, Madison Johnson, Brooke Ganoe, Elizabeth Wonderling, Leah Kammerdeiner, Morgan Johnson and Jillian Taylor. Back row: Head coach Mark Powell, Kira Powell, Marcy Schindler, Lauren Hergert, Jenna Grant…

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JOHNSTOWN — Clearly looking like the team that traveled an hour longer to the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown’s Wellness Center for most of Thursday night’s District 5-9 Class AAA Sub-Regional Championship, it the Brookville Raiders who danced off the floor with a state playoff berth.

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While the Clarion-Limestone Lions basketball team was set to take on KSAC-North rival North Clarion for the third time this year in Wednesday’s Class 1A semifinals at Clarion Area High School at 6 p.m., the Brookville Raiders are headed to Johnstown on Thursday for a District 5-9 Sub-Regiona…

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SHARON — Here are the regional pairings for Redbank Valley at this weekend’s Northwest Regional Tournament in Sharon. The top four finishers qualify for the PIAA Championships in Hershey March 7-9.

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KNOX — With perhaps last year’s buzzer-beating loss to Karns City in the District 9 Class 3A finals ringing in its ears, the Brookville Raiders basketball team was back at it again last Thursday night playing Moniteau for another title.

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ST. MARYS — The old saying “survive and advance” when it comes to the basketball playoffs certainly applied to Clarion-Limestone Lions last Thursday night.

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HYDE — Heading to the District 9 Class 2A Swimming and Diving Championships this weekend at Clearfield Area High School, Brookville hopes its 31-swimmer/diver postseason lineup can finish on a strong note and possibly punch someone’s ticket to states.

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HYDE — It wasn’t a thing of beauty, particularly in the first half, but the Brookville Lady Raiders got rolling after the break to run away from Chestnut Ridge, 70-39, in the District 5-9 Class 3A subregional championship game Tuesday night at Clearfield Area High School.

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UNIVERSITY PARK — Brookville senior Bryan Dworek captured a medal at last Sunday’s Pennsylvania Track and Field Coaches Association’s Indoor Championships held at Penn State University.

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HYDE — Eight Brookville wrestlers — four in junior high and four in the youth divisions — qualified for this year’s Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling State Championships at Sunday’s Area 5 Tournament held at Clearfield Area High School.