DuBOIS — Penn State DuBois swept a doubleheader with visiting Penn State Beaver to clinch its fourth PSUAC regular season title at Showers Field Monday.
ST. MARYS — It’s not often a missed sign proves to be the turning point in a game, but a good argument can made that was the case Wednesday in DuBois Central Catholic’s 10-0, 5-inning win against Elk County Catholic at Berwind Park.
JOHNSONBURG — Johnsonburg jumped out to an early lead and rode a dominant pitching performance from Gabe Watts to a 9-2 victory over Elk County Catholic at Knothole Park Tuesday.
DuBOIS — DuBois was unable to hold on to a 6-5 lead after three innings, as Central Mountain used a four-run fourth inning to pull in front on its way to an 11-7 victory at Showers Field Monday.
BROOKVILLE — Finishing off a challenging stretch of three games in three days, the Brookville Raiders baseball team came out of it with a 2-1 record.
ST. MARYS — In a game that was dominated by hitting in the early going, pitching took over in the late innings as Brookville held on for an 8-7 victory on the road over St. Marys at Berwind Park Wednesday.
DuBOIS — It didn’t take much to push the DuBois Area High School baseball team to a 3-0 win over Bradford Wednesday, but it seemed to take everything the Beavers had to do it.
BROCKWAY — The DuBois Central Catholic baseball team used a strong outing by senior starter Anthony Kness and a balanced offensive attack that pounded out 14 hits to upend host Brockway, 9-3, Wednesday afternoon.
DuBOIS — The DuBois baseball team entered Tuesday’s matchup with rival Punxsutawney at Showers Field on the heals of back-to-back lopsided losses and in need of a win to turn around some early-season misfortunes.
CURWENSVILLE — The Elk County Catholic baseball team jumped on host Curwensville for five runs in the top of the first inning Monday afternoon and held on for a 5-4 victory.
JOHNSONBURG — A strong start — jump-started by the freshmen duo of Camron Marciniak and Ethan Wells — proved to be enough for the Johnsonburg baseball team Monday, as the Rams upended visiting Brockway, 6-4, at Knothole Park.
BROOKVILLE — Playing a second low-scoring and tied game into the late innings at McKinley Field in as many days, the Brookville Raiders baseball team couldn’t finish things off in a 4-3 loss to Punxsutawney Thursday afternoon.
DuBOIS — Seven DuBois pitchers combined to issue 19 walks and hit three batters, as visiting Hollidaysburg came away with a 19-4 victory, despite having just one more hit than the Beavers.
DuBOIS — Johnnsonburg and DuBois Central Catholic squared off in a good, old-fashion pitcher’s duel Wednesday before the wheels came off in the sixth inning for the visiting Rams in a game that ended in a 10-1 lopsided victory for the Cardinals at Stern Field.
DuBOIS — Coming off its first loss of the season Saturday against Brookville, the DuBois Central Catholic baseball team bounced back in a big way Monday with a 15-0, 4-inning mercy-rule victory against Bradford at Stern Family Field.
DuBOIS — The DuBois Central Catholic baseball team hit the field with purpose Thursday against Greenburg Central Catholic and came away with an impressive 9-5 statement victory against a Centurions squad that knocked DCC out of the state playoffs last year..
DuBOIS — St. Marys used strong pitching and timely hitting late in the game to secure a 5-2 victory over DuBois in both team’s season opener at Showers Field Wednesday.
BROCKWAY — Brockway relief pitcher Tino Inzana caught Elk County Catholic’s Brennen Klawuhn looking for strike three on a full-count pitch with the bases loaded in the top of the seventh to secure a 7-5 victory for the Rovers in their season-opener.
CURWENSVILLE —The Curwensville baseball team held DuBois Central Catholic in check for four innings on Tuesday, breaking out a 2-0 lead. But the Cardinals rallied to score eight runs in the final three innings to take the 8-2 victory.
ST. MARYS — While the St. Marys baseball team graduated a talented group of eight seniors from last season’s District 9 title-winning squad, the Dutch are looking to a group of key returning players to lead them to another strong season.
DuBOIS — Given his past experiences in the game, Adam Fox brought in a little different mindset and mentality when he took over the DuBois Central Catholic baseball program prior to last season.
DuBOIS — While the days of the Rubik’s Cube craze may be a distant memory, those who watch the DuBois Area High School baseball team this season may get a little bit of a glimpse of what it was like.
Officials from the George Montgomery Post #17 DuBois American Legion, in cooperation and partnering with the City of DuBois, announced Thursday that the 2019 Pennsylvania American Legion State Baseball Tournament will be held at Showers Field July 26-31.
TAYLOR, Mich. — The Elk-McKean Junior League All-Stars saw an impressive summer come to an end Wednesday afternoon, as they were eliminated at the World Series after a 5-3 loss at the hands of Illinois.
TAYLOR, Mi. — The Elk-McKean Junior League All-Stars lost a heartbreaker to California in the opener of the World Series Sunday, falling 2-1 in nine innings at Heritage Park in Taylor, MI.
REYNOLDSVILLE — It took seven years, a new-look lineup, but the DuBois Rockets find themselves back on top the mountain as the Federation League champions after pulling out a title-clinching 5-2, 8-inning victory Thursday night against Sykesville in Game 6 of the finals series.
FREEHOLD, N.J. — The Elk-McKean Junior League All-Star baseball team continued its magical summer Wednesday with a thrilling 3-2 walk-off victory against Delaware to capture the East Regional championship and earn a trip to the Junior League World Series in Taylor, Mich., next week.
DuBOIS — A pair of late-game unearned runs led DuBois to a 7-5 victory over Sykesville in Game 5 of the Federation League Championship Series at Showers Field Wednesday.
SYKESVILLE — The Sykesville Senators held serve on their home field Tuesday evening and evened the Federation League Championship Series at 2-2 with an 8-5 victory against DuBois at the Reynoldsville Senior League Field.
FREEHOLD, N.J. — The Elk-McKean Junior League All-Star baseball team scored a walk-off run on an error in the eighth inning to secure a 6-5 win over New Jersey in the winners’ bracket final of the East Regional Tournament at Michael J. Tighe park in Freehold, N.J. Monday night.
FREEHOLD, N.J. — The Elk-McKean Junior League All-Star baseball team find themselves in today’s winners’ bracket final at the East Regional Tournament after pulling out a wild 19-11 slugfest against Maryland Sunday evening at Michael J. Tighe Park in Freehold, N.J.
DuBOIS — Coming off a week’s rest, the DuBois Rockets wasted little time making a statement in the Federation League Championship Series with a 7-2 victory against Sykesville Thursday evening at Showers Field.
ROSSITER — The never-ending Federation League semifinal series between Sykesville finally concluded Monday night, despite the best effort by Mother Nature to push back Game 7 another day.
REYNOLDSVILLE — Stayin’ Alive was a huge hit for the Bee Gees back in 1977 when it was featured in the movie Saturday Night Fever, but it could be making a comeback in Rossiter after the Miners won their third straight elimination game Sunday against Sykesville.
ROSSITER — The Rossiter Miners scored their second comeback win in as many games Saturday against Sykesville, this time scoring three runs in the bottom of the seventh to come away with a 4-3 walk-off victory to force a Game 6 tonight in Reynoldsville in the teams’ semifinal series.
REYNOLDSVILLE — The Sykesville Senators were on the verge of returning to the Federation League championship series Thursday evening, but visiting Rossiter had other thoughts as it staged a seventh-inning rally to live to play another day.
INDIANA — The DuBois Minor League All-Star baseball team saw its summer run end at the state tournament Thursday night with a tough 13-7 loss to Warwick in an elimination game.
DuBOIS — A four-run top of the first led DuBois to a 6-3 win over Pulaski in Game 4 of their Federation League playoffs semifinal series at Showers Field Wednesday.
ROSSITER — The Sykesville Senators find themselves one win away from returning to the Federation League championship series following a wild 9-1, 8-inning victory against Rossiter Tuesday at Shaffer Field.
DuBOIS — Trailing by four heading into the bottom of the seventh, DuBois score five runs to secure a thrilling 7-6 walk-off win over Pulaski in Game 3 of their Federation League semifinal series Tuesday at Showers Field.
DuBOIS — In a game that featured 26 hits, nine of which going for extra bases, DuBois had the edge over Pulaski, securing the 11-7 victory in their Federation League playoff contest at Showers Field Sunday.