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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.

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BROOKVILLE — A Raiders swimmer himself just five years ago, Jaren Ananea is now calling the shots for Brookville Area High School’s swimming and diving team.

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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.

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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.

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BROOKVILLE — To be clear, the Brookville Raiders wrestling team’s massive run of success over the past several years will be tested this year.

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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.

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District 9’s Class 1A and 2A champions were knocked out of the PIAA football playoffs in convincing fashion in last Saturday’s quarterfinal round.

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C-L’s Hayden Callen goes up for a shot during practice last week. The Lions open the season at the Grove City Tournament Dec. 7-8.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s coming firearms deer season looks as promising as ever to the hundreds of thousands of hunters awaiting its start next Monday.

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After a bizarre weekend of weather and postponements, two District 9 football champions were crowned Monday night ... at Karns City Area High School.

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For a sports historian who admittedly is very much a sports romantic as well, putting sports and music and incredible story-telling together had me hooked in an instant.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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HARRISBURG — The last time Jenny Fiscus won a marathon, she beat a couple men to the finish line to be the first overall winner.

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The recent Upper Allegheny Valley Soccer League All-Conference announcement had nine area players from Brookville and Clarion-Limestone recognized.

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DuBOIS — In his first year as the Penn State-DuBois golf coach, Brookville’s Mark Powell earned a Coach of the Year honor.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.