While the FOE Junior Little League season winds to a close with two more scheduled games, the Kelly Chrysler Jeep Dodge Blue Sox Junior Legion season runs through the end of the month. Here are the latest game reports:
LORETTO — Penn State recruit Kylee Lingenfelter kept her dominating season going, leading the Punxsutawney Lady Chucks softball team to the PIAA Class 4A Championship game with a 3-1 win over defending champion Mount Pleasant Monday afternoon.
BROOKVILLE — This year’s annual Brookville YMCA Millcreek Adventure race drew nine teams, three tri-athletes and one solo entry in what was warm and humid conditions last Saturday.
Here are the Clarion-Limestone state track and field medalists, by year. Two of Don Rhoades’ medal finishes were incorrect in last week’s edition. Some information may be missing based on available resources:
BROOKVILLE — Brookville Area Little League will sport four all-star teams for the upcoming District 10 tournaments beginning later this month. Rosters for three teams were announced on Sunday.
DUBOIS — In the playoffs against good teams you have to take advantage of any opportunity you get. Last Thursday afternoon at Showers Field, No. 2 seed DuBois Central Catholic took advantage the most and notched a 11-1 five-inning win over the sixth-seeded Lions in the D9 Class 1A semifinals.
Action in the Brookville Area Little League baseball division has been pretty balanced, at least at the top of the five-team league. Three teams — FOE, S&T Bank and No. 1 Brookville Chevrolet — were tied at the top with 5-3 records. The Pirates (3-5) and Berry (2-6) rounded things out go…
Three Brookville Raider football players and two Clarion-Limestone all-state honorees will take part in the third annual Frank Varischetti All-Star game in Brockway June 29.
SHIPPENSBURG — As has been the case all season long, anything regarding the Brookville Lady Raiders track and field team always had an arrow pointing to the future.
BROOKVILLE — Call it the law of averages or just paying for some sloppy baseball, but the Brookville Raiders’ recent success against the Brockway Rovers came to an end.
Finishing out the season at Brookville Lanes with 800 series performances were, from left, Scot Meholick (803), Chris Sharp (819) and Robert Smith (833). Not pictured is Brian Kammerdeiner, who rolled an 807 series.
DUBOIS — The thorn for Clarion-Limestone baseball, which is known as North Clarion, continues to grow as the Wolves once again found a way to bounce the Lions from the District 9 playoffs.
SHIPPENVILLE — The Clarion-Limestone Lions baseball team’s opening-round Class 1A playoff game at Clarion was one of six District 9 postseason matchups to be moved to Wednesday because of the weather.
BROOKVILLE — What started out as a day gunning for a repeat team title finished up under the lights with the Brookville Lady Raiders winning their first title at the District 9 Class 2A Track and Field Championships last Friday night.
BROOKVILLE — One of six District 9 baseball playoff games to be postponed Tuesday, the Brookville Raiders’ Class 2A quarterfinal home game with Curwensville was moved to Wednesday.
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.
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:
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.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Brookville’s teams combined for seven titles while Clarion-Limestone senior Riley Hummell won the javelin at last Thursday’s Redbank Valley Invitational.