BROOKVILLE — The 10th Annual Brookville Elementary Cross Country Race drew 75 runners from kindergarten through sixth grade Sept. 5 at the varsity course on the high school campus.
STRATTANVILLE — The Clarion-Limestone Lions soccer team picked up its first win of the season as four different players scored goals in a 4-1 decision over Redbank Valley Tuesday night at the C-L Sports Complex.
In a week with plenty of close matchups on paper on the District 9 football schedule this week, put the Clarion-Limestone Lions’ trip to Redbank Valley at the top of the list.
BROOKVILLE — Starting their first game without injured quarterback Jack Krug, the Brookville Raiders went to a full-house backfield and tried to ram it down Punxsutawney’s throat.
BROOKVILLE — Improving to 3-1 going into a measuring stick game on Thursday at Redbank Valley, the Brookville Lady Raiders volleyball team put away visiting Curwensville in a quick three-setter Tuesday, 25-11, 25-16, 25-15.
BROOKVILLE — Slogging through a slow and muddy course from the recent heavy rain, the Brookville cross country teams hosted Elk County Catholic, DuBois Central Catholic and Kane Tuesday afternoon.
BROOKVILLE — Splitting a tri-meet with Elk County Catholic and DuBois Central Catholic at Pinecrest Country Club Tuesday afternoon, the Brookville Raiders golf team kept its record even at 4-4 going into Wednesday’s second straight tri-match with Punxsutawney and DuBois.
BROOKVILLE — With the rain already falling last Saturday morning, the Brookville Raiders soccer team found itself in a very quick hole and never recovered in a 5-2 loss to visiting Karns City.
Brookville senior student/athletes Brady Caylor (left) and Madisyn Wolfe were presented with plaques by the U.S. Army as part of the Scholastic Sports Marketing National Friday Night Lights Tour. The program recognizes two individuals at school who embody true dedication and leadership value…
For Brookville and Clarion-Limestone this week heading into the fourth week of the football season, perhaps the agendas are a little different.
BROOKVILLE — Hosting the Allegheny Mountain League for the first of two times on its schedule, the Brookville Lady Raiders golf team went 4-1 against the rest of the league at Pinecrest Country Club Tuesday afternoon.
BROCKWAY — Starting the year without its all-state receiver, the Brookville Raiders football team finished last Friday’s 28-25 loss at Brockway without sophomore quarterback Jack Krug.
KNOX — Another road trip ahead but a much closer drive, the Clarion-Limestone Lions travel to Keystone Friday night for a Small School South Division matchup.
RIDGWAY — Sweeping all the team scores, the Brookville Area High School cross country teams worked through the heat in a three-team meet with host Ridgway and Brockway at Francis Grandinetti Elementary School Tuesday afternoon.
The Brookville Raiders are honoring sophomore Eli Ross with the No. 80 insignia on their helmet the rest of the season. Ross suffered a career-ending neck injury during the Raiders’ opener with Bradford. Head coach Scott Park said that Ross, who is walking but not back to school, joined the …
BROOKVILLE — Shaking off some opening-season jitters in a piping-hot gymnasium that measured over 85 degrees, the Brookville Lady Raiders swept visiting Brockway, 25-16, 25-20 and 25-17 Tuesday night.
RIDGWAY — Zack Zameroski shot a 39, earning medalist honors and leading Ridgway to a 236-257 win over visiting Brookville at Laurel Mill Golf Course Tuesday afternoon.
STRATTANVILLE — The Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions volleyball teams hopes to improve on a two-win campaign last season and second-year head coach Mackenzie Biggs thinks her squad is ready to surprise some teams this year.
STRATTANVILLE — Things couldn’t have started any better for the Clarion-Limestone Lions football team as it dominated all phases of the game in a 40-0 season-opening win over Union-AC Valley last Friday night at the C-L Sports Complex.
BROOKVILLE — Walking off the field with a 69-60 season-opening victory over Bradford, Brookville Raiders head coach Scott Park could only shake his head.
BROOKVILLE — Brookville sophomore receiver and special-teamer Eli Ross, injured during a kickoff play in last week’s varsity game against Bradford, is back home after spinal cord surgery on Saturday at Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh according to his family’s social media posts.
BROOKVILLE — His banged-up and young roster finishing last fall’s schedule with a 4-4 October mark, second-year head coach Dave Reitz hopes that and a strong offseason helps continue that late momentum.
BROOKVILLE — Following up on a district runner-up finish for the girls and senior Ethan Brentham gunning for a fourth trip to the PIAA Championships are the main storyline going into Brookville’s cross country season.
BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Lumberjacks youth football team, coming off a bye week to start the season, wound up getting a split decision with visiting Redbank Valley last Saturday at the high school field.