KANE — Finding out that they probably won’t have their starting quarterback the rest of the season, the Brookville Raiders headed to Kane and put up some more big numbers in a 57-38 win over the Wolves Friday night.
BROOKVILLE — Scoring twice in the first seven minutes of the second half, the Brookville Raiders soccer team couldn’t hold on to a one-goal lead and dropped a 4-3 decision to visiting Elk County Catholic on a wet afternoon Monday.
STRATTANVILLE — Clarion-Limestone wasted little time in getting the sour taste out of its mouth from its loss to Elk County Catholic by putting up 30 first quarter points on the way to a 66-0 whitewash of Port Allegany last Friday at the C-L Sports Complex.
While the newly-crowned Large School Division champion Ridgway Elkers travel to Brookville to take on the Raiders Friday night for Senior Night and Pink Night, the Clarion-Limestone Lions head to Clearfield County for a Small School South Division finale with Curwensville.
BROOKVILLE — As well as the Brookville Raiders soccer team played in Tuesday afternoon’s 8-0 win over Redbank Valley, getting its starting goalkeeper back in the lineup might have been the biggest highlight.
STRATTANVILLE — Taking advantage of a whopping seven turnovers by the Clarion-Limestone Lions, Elk County Catholic cashed those in for a 26-16 win at the C-L Sports Complex last Friday night.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Koltin Kline and Declan Fricko each scored for Redbank Valley and goalkeeper Logan Wadding made those goals stand by only giving up a late C-L goal as the Bulldogs dashed the Lions playoff hopes with a 2-1 win Tuesday night.
ST. MARYS — The Brookville Raiders got their starting quarterback back in the lineup and were as efficient as ever in a 63-32 win at St. Marys last Friday night.
One week healthier, the Brookville Raiders go on the road to play the Kane Wolves. One week after losing their top player, the Clarion-Limestone host Port Allegany.
BROOKVILLE — The final round of the District 9 Boys Golf Championships last Saturday produced its share of highlight performances at Pinecrest Country Club, including a memorable district-title clinching shot to three golfers rallying from tough opening rounds to earn trips to the PIAA West …
BUTLER — Needing a solid performance to hold on to its first-place spot in the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference standings, the Clarion-Limestone boys’ golf team answered the challenge and claimed its first-ever title.
STRATTANVILLE — Trying to get back on its home court, the Clarion-Limestone volleyball team’s supposed home debut Tuesday night against Redbank Valley was postponed because the floor in the newly renovated gym wasn’t safe to play on.
ST. MARYS — Jillian Taylor scored twice in the second half, including the game-winner with 1:23 left in regulation to break a 1-1 tie to lift the Brookville Lady Raiders to a 2-1 win over Elk County Catholic Tuesday afternoon.
BROOKVILLE — Five of the 16 golfers who make up the second day field at Saturday’s District 9 Class 2A Boys’ Golf Championships hail from Clarion-Limestone or Brookville.
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.