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BROOKVILLE — With Tuesday’s home game with Clarion-Limestone canceled, the Brookville Lady Raiders softball team’s season could be down to one game as they host Karns City Thursday at Northside Field starting at 4:15 p.m.

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BROOKVILLE — For the Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions softball team, Tuesday’s trip to Brookville was part of their regular-season finish this week.

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BUTLER — A five-run sixth inning helped the Karns City Gremlins extended 5-3 lead into a 10-3 victory over Clarion-Limestone Tuesday night at Kelly Automotive Park.

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Brookville Area Little League’s “first-half tournament” for its Little League baseball division is set for this Saturday, weather-permitting, at Zufall Field. All five teams will play in a round-robin tournament. Games will be played on both Zufall and Kirby fields. The schedule is below:

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BROOKVILLE — The Brookville Grays are set to start another season Sunday in the trimmed-down Federation League.

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INDIANAPOLIS – The Slippery Rock University track and field teams will send six student-athletes to Charlotte, North Carolina to compete in the NCAA Division II National Championships May 24-26 on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University.

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BROOKVILLE — Here is a closer look at this Friday’s District 9 Class 2A Track and Field Championships held at Brookville Area High School. It’ll be a combined event this year with Class 3A, which will run concurrently:

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BROOKVILLE — Brookville Area Little League’s season got going last week. Here are recent game recaps from the Little League baseball division:

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HYDE — Abby Fedder tossed a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and three walks, leading Clearfield to a 4-1 win over the Brookville Lady Raiders softball team Tuesday.

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TIONESTA — Freshman Cassidy Makray allowed one run over the final 3 1/3 innings to earn her first varsity victory as a pitcher as the Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions softball team pulled away for a 16-8 victory at Forest Area Monday afternoon.

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BROOKVILLE — While rain marred most of the opening weekend of the Brookville Area Soccer Association’s — or SAY (Soccer Association for Youth) spring season, a few games did get played in the younger divisions.

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ST. MARYS — After getting no-hit by St. Marys’ left-handed ace Nate Beimel in the completion of a suspended game from early April, the Brookville Raiders baseball team rallied to get a split with the Dutch in the second game.

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STRATTANVILLE — When Clarion-Limestone and North Clarion get together for a baseball game you never know what can happen as the two teams have played some wild and bizarre games recently and Tuesday afternoon at the C-L Sports Complex was no different as the teams split a pair of 6-5 decisions.

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Brookville senior Dontae Constable will attend Millersville University this fall and plans to wrestle while initially declaring an undecided major with plans to go for nursing and become a nurse anesthetist. The two-time state qualifer is surrounded by his parents James and Karen Constable. …

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DuBOIS — The FOE Junior Little League baseball team’s season is three games deep and the Brookville squad is off to a 2-1 start.

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BROOKVILLE — After grinding a tight 5-3 win in the opening game of a doubleheader with visiting Brockway, the Brookville Lady Raiders softball team completed a sweep with a 25-1 three-inning rout in the nightcap at Northside Field Monday afternoon.

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STRATTANVILLE — The Clarion-Limestone Lions baseball team swept a doubleheader from A-C Valley by scores of 8-4 and 12-6 in six innings at the C-L Sports Complex Monday afternoon.

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STRATTANVILLE — Both Clarion-Limestone track and field teams turned in lopsided wins against visiting Union Tuesday afternoon.

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STRATTANVILLE — Despite the Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions softball team pounding out 25 hits and scoring 18 runs combined in its two games with A-C Valley, the Lady Falcons came away with a 12-9 victory in the opener before adding an 11-9 victory in the nightcap Monday at the C-L Sports Complex.

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DuBOIS — Both Brookville track and field teams traveled to DuBois on a perfect day weather-wise Tuesday and came away with a split decision.

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BROOKVILLE — Both teams stretching to their limit in pitching, it was the visiting Clearfield Bison that got exactly what it needed in Tuesday’s 14-4 win over the Brookville Raiders at McKinley Field.

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FOE’s Jake Popson slides in safely to score a run during Tuesday’s Brookville Area Little League season-opening game for the Little League baseball division. Burke Fleming of the Pirates looks on. Pirates catcher Ladd Blake is in the background. FOE won, 13-9. More highlights of that game wi…

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SLIPPERY ROCK — For Elaina Powell, her limited high school javelin career had her career-best throw just under 100 feet. Two years later, she’s among the top-ranked throwers in NCAA Division II at Slippery Rock University.

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BOSTON — Hot, cold, rainy, windy or anything in between, the weather challenges at the annual Boston Marathon, one of the most prestigious 26.2-mile races in the world, can be assumed by the thousands of runners.

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BRADFORD — Beating the rain and pounding out a combined 25 hits and scoring 40 runs in just six trips to the plate, the Brookville Lady Raiders softball team picked up its first two wins of the season in a sweep of a doubleheader at Bradford.

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HERMITAGE — The Brookville Raiders track and field team won four events and racked up 120.5 team points to win the 21-team 19th City of Hermitage Invitational hosted by Hickory High School, 18 points ahead of Grove City.

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BALL getting ready another youth baseball, softball season

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SENECA — Both Clarion-Limestone track and field teams came away with wins in Monday’s matchup at Cranberry. The Lions improved to 4-1 with a 92-52 win while the Lady Lions picked up their first victory with a 79-71 win.

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KNOX — After Monday’s season-opening win, the Clarion-Limestone Lions baseball team had yet another game postponed due to weather and poor field conditions.

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BROOKVILLE — Last Friday at McKinley Field, the Brookville Raiders baseball team used an eight-run seventh inning to break open a close game. They were the visiting team because of a venue switch to the more playable field.

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KNOX — Trying to beat the rain and get a doubleheader in at Keystone Tuesday afternoon, the Clarion-Limestone Lady Lions came up empty.

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DuBOIS — Wins have been hard to come by so far this season for both Brookville and DuBois, and the teams battled into extra innings Monday before a two-run double by Dane Lyle gave the Raiders a wild 9-8 victory at Showers Field.