BROOKVILLE — With virtually all of its ammunition back from last year, the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball will take a shot at taking things deeper into the postseason this year.
STRATTANVILLE — Returning a number of players from last season’s Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference championship team, the Clarion-Limestone Lions won’t have their MVP in the lineup.
BROOKVILLE — Hearing coaches talk about his roster needing to get healthy has a cliche feel to it many times. For Brookville Raiders second-year head coach Dalton Park, it’s a real concern.
STRATTANVILLE — After his Lady Lions picked up just one win in each of the past two seasons, Clarion-Limestone head coach Gus Simpson is hopeful a more experienced roster can continue to improve and close the gap with the other Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference opponents.
SHIPPENVILLE — It was a record-breaking season for Clarion-Limestone junior running back/defensive back Austin Newcomb, and it helped earn Newcomb this year’s Jim Kelly Award as the District 9 MVP presented by Eric Shick Agency (Nationwide Insurance) and D9Sports.com.
Brookville’s Chloe Smith works on the butterfly stroke during practice Monday at the Hickory Grove Elementary School Natatorium. The regular season begins at home Dec. 7 against Oil City.
Brookville’s Logan Byerly (left) works in the post against teammate Trenton Gilhousen during practice Monday. The Raiders open the season with their own tip-off tournament Dec. 7-8.
HARRISBURG — Hunters during the third day of Pennsylvania’s statewide bear season harvested 211 bears, raising the three-day total to 1,833 – a 12 percent increase over the 1,628 bears taken during the 2017 season’s first three days.
The Jefferson County Football League, a youth flag football league sponsored by the Brookville YMCA and affiliated with NFL Flag, completed its seventh season earlier this fall.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The new era of Urbana wrestling commenced Nov. 11 at the Third Annual Ohio Intercollegiate Open with 11 Blue Knights competing in the White Division.
The winter sports preseason officially got under way last Friday. Basketball, wrestling and swimming teams at Brookville and Clarion-Limestone will continue their workouts into the first weekend of the regular season Dec. 7-8.
This fall’s Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference title run by the Clarion-Limestone Lions golfers landed four players on this year’s first-team all-conference team.
The first season of the newly formed District 9 Football League brought home several all-conference honors for the Brookville Raiders and Clarion-Limestone Lions.
DuBOIS — The first time the Brookville Raiders faced Brockway, it was a narrow loss that sent their season in a different direction. Last Saturday at DuBois, their rematch with the Rovers ended the season.
Clarion-Limestone junior Austin Newcomb is the 11th rusher in District 9 history to rush for 2,000 or more yards in a season. He’s 158 yards away from tying Alex Holland’s single-season record of 2,600 from 2010.
CLARION — Finishing the season with five straight losses, the defending champion Clarion Bobcats dropped their District 9 Class 2A preliminary matchup in a 20-14 loss to Moniteau at Clarion University’s Memorial Stadium last Friday night.
STRATTANVILLE — Despite scoring 26 less points in a rematch with Otto-Eldred in last Friday’s District 9 Class 1A playoff opener at the C-L Sports Complex, the Clarion-Limestone Lions powered their way to a convincing win.
HERSHEY — Not surprisingly, the cross country season ended in conditions not all that different from the rest of the schedule as the PIAA Championships were held on a muddy track at the Parkview Cross Country Course.
ST. MARYS — Landing in its first district championship in 15 years, the Brookville Lady Raiders took another shot at Redbank Valley and fell short in a three-set loss last Saturday afternoon at St. Marys Area High School.