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JOHNSONBURG — Despite losing its top singles player from last season, the Johnsonburg boys tennis team still had a strong outlook heading into its 2020 campaign.

JOHNSONBURG — After losing a large senior class in 2019, Johnsonburg will look to contributions from its younger players in an underclassmen-laden lineup this season.


ST. MARYS — Having older family members who were involved in athletics often leads to the younger sibling following in their footsteps, and that has been the case for Olivia Sorg, a senior at Elk County Catholic High School.

When Curwensville standout Bryce Timko graduated in 2018, he surprisingly didn’t have a lot of interest from Division I colleges to play baseball.


ST. MARYS — While every athlete loves to win, St. Marys senior Allison Schlimm is one who enjoys the sheer rush of competing just as much coming out on top – not matter what sport she is involved in.

BROOKVILLE — Coming off a state runner-up team finish and its third straight District 9 Class 2A title with the most points scored since 1980, expectations for the upcoming track and field season were sky-high once again for the Brookville Raiders.


BROCKWAY — To say the Brockway baseball team was going to have a new look this season would be a major understatement.

BROOKVILLE — His senior season still in limbo, Brookville’s Ian Thrush made his college decision last week. He’ll attend Duquesne University in Pittsburgh starting this fall, majoring in business while running on the track and field team.

BROCKWAY — After only finding the win column a combined four times over the past two seasons, expectations were beginning to grow for Brockway as it welcomed in a large group of underclassmen.