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BROOKVILLE — From a frustrating 3-1 loss at St. Marys Wednesday to whatever you call it in its home opener Thursday afternoon, the Brookville Raiders got back over the .500 mark and evened their record in walk-off games to 1-1.

CURWENSVILLE — Throughout the early innings of Thursday’s varsity baseball game between the Elk County Catholic Crusaders and the Curwensville Golden Tide, quite the pitching duel was shaping up between Crusader Mark Kraus and Curwensville’s Shane Sunderlin. But all it took was a five-run fi…

DuBOIS — If you’re a baseball team and you outhit your opponent 11-5, most would think that team with 11 hits would pick up the win. But that wasn’t the case Tuesday afternoon at Showers Field, as the home DuBois Beavers made the most of things on just five hits with a 10-4 victory over the …

BROCKWAY — Starting a four-game week on the right foot, the Brookville Raiders baseball team jumped on Brockway early and often and cruised to a 14-3 five-inning win at Brockway Monday afternoon.

DuBOIS — The Philipsburg-Osceola baseball team appeared to be on its way to a convincing victory in its season opener Tuesday at DuBois, but a late charge by the Beavers made things interesting in what turned out to be a 15-7 slugfest won by the Mounties at Showers Field.

ST. MARYS — It’s been two years since the St. Marys Flying Dutchmen varsity baseball team took to the diamond to play a game.

DuBOIS — The DuBois Central Catholic and Elk County Catholic baseball teams played their first games in two years Saturday as part of DCC’s season-opening four-team tournament at Stern Family Field.

ST. MARYS — It’s been two years since a high school baseball season started and was completed, so it’s okay if not everyone remembers that Elk County Catholic was the District 9 Class A champions back in 2019.

BROCKWAY — A new year has brought with it a lot of new faces that Brockway baseball coach Terry Moore helps turn the program in the right direction.

DuBOIS — As spring sports teams prepare to play games for the first time since 2019, last year’s lost season due to COVID-19 in the early stages of the pandemic has effected every one — but to what degree is different from team to team.