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The PIAA released its initial classification report for the next cycle (2018-19 and 2019-20) last week. Numbers are gathered by students enrolled this school year in grades 8-11.

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BROCKWAY — Sam Minich’s 4-yard run with 2:42 left in the game broke a 21-21 tie and Clarion held off a late Kane drive to avenge last year’s title game loss and win the Class 2A title in a hard-fought 28-21 victory at Varischetti Field.

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URBANA, Ohio — For Brett Smith, it was too good of an opportunity to pass up. For those who know him, it’s exactly where they figured he’d be some day.

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BROOKVILLE — Another Brookville Raiders wrestler with high expectations headed into his senior season inked a National Letter of Intent to attend and compete next season at Clarion University.

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Penn State University football coach James Franklin poses with Brookville native and Vietnam War veteran Jim Harding before last Saturday’s game with Rutgers. Harding was the team’s honorary captain. Harding played for Penn State, graduating in 1956, and was recruited by then-assistant coach…

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Five athletes from Clarion-Limestone earned all-conference recognition from the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference in its fall sports announcement Monday.

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KANE — Finding itself in a playoff grinder in its first trip to the postseason in 12 years, the Brookville Lady Raiders volleyball team couldn’t hang on to a late lead and were knocked out in a grueling five-set loss to Kane.

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CLARION — Even when the Brookville Raiders lost the first time to Clarion nearly two months ago, a potential rematch was already a possible scenario.

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HERSHEY — Capping the high school cross country season, the Brookville girls, Raiders junior Ethan Brentham and C-L senior Andrew Forrest ran at last Saturday’s PIAA Class 1A Championships held at the Parkview Cross Country Course.

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STRATTANVILLE — In a see-saw battle in the quarterfinal round of the District 9 Class A playoffs between Coudersport and Clarion-Limestone, the Falcons made enough big plays on offense while making one more stop on defense to come away with a 44-40 win.

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CLARION — After both winning bouts in last Friday’s dual meet opener against Utah Valley, former Brookville Raiders state champions Brock Zacherl and Tate Ortz had strong outings at the annual Clarion Open Sunday at the Clarion University Student Recreation Center.

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Both Brookville and Clarion-Limestone, runners-up in their respective divisions in the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference, brought home plenty of all-conference awards after the annual league all-conference meeting Sunday.

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BROCKWAY — Close but not quite would adequately describe Clarion-Limestone’s attempt to advance in the District 9 soccer playoffs for the first time ever in last week’s Class 1A semifinals against Port Allegany.

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BROOKVILLE — Finishing the regular season with a three-set sweep of St. Marys, the Brookville Lady Raiders volleyball team won on Senior Night, 25-8, 25-11, 25-16 Thursday.

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KARNS CITY — Finishing the season with a nine-game winning streak, the Brookville Lumberjacks’ junior division squad wrapped up a championship run with a 14-6 win over Union in last Saturday’s ABC League final at Karns City High School’s Diehl Stadium.

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PUNXSUTAWNEY — Coaches tell their players to play all 48 minutes in high school football and Clarion-Limestone’s 46-32 comeback victory over Punxsutawney was another perfect example.

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RIDGWAY — Eyeing a trip to states all year long, Clarion-Limestone senior Andrew Forrest had to work through a frustrating schedule to get there.

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RIDGWAY — After a productive day on the course at Ridgway’s Grandinetti Elementary School last Saturday, Brookville has a pack of runners headed to this weekend’s PIAA Cross Country Championships in Hershey.

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RIDGWAY — For both Brookville Area High School cross country teams, Saturday’s run at the District 9 Class 1A Championships at Grandinetti Elementary School should be an interesting race to watch.

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BROOKVILLE — Holding off a late rally by Oil City, the Brookville Raiders seventh-and-eighth grade football team earned its first win with a 30-28 decision over the visiting Oilers last Thursday.

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STRATTANVILLE — Kolton Griffin’s three first-half touchdowns led the Brookville Lumberjacks junior division team to a 44-18 win over Slippery Rock last Saturday at the C-L Sports Complex.

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STRATTANVILLE — Ayden Wiles and Riley Hummell combined for 259 of Clarion-Limestone’s 344 rushing yards while quarterback Brenden Makray eclipsed the 4,000-yard passing mark as the Lions rolled past Keystone 64-12 on Senior Night at the C-L High School football field.

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BROOKVILLE — On a night where even more passing-related records were broken by the Brookville Raiders, the biggest thrills of the night were a couple of special Senior Night special plays.

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Looking to solidify their playoff positioning or just plain get ready for the postseason, both the Brookville Raiders and Clarion-Limestone Lions are at home this Friday night.

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WEST SUNBURY — Snapping its four-game losing streak in a convincing way, the Clarion-Limestone Lions put up 36 first-quarter points in a 68-8 rout at Moniteau last Friday night.

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KNOX — The Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions volleyball team saw their two-match winning streak come to a close in its season finale as Keystone swept the Lady Lions, 25-22, 25-14, 25-21 Tuesday night.

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BROOKVILLE — Raising money on its annual Dig for a Cure Cancer Awareness Night, the Brookville Lady Raiders volleyball team made short work of visiting Brockway Tuesday night.