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CURWENSVILLE — The DuBois Rockets used steady pitching and got the bats rolling when they needed to against Kuntz Motors on Thursday, as the Rockets won by a 9-2 final.

DuBOIS — The Pulaski Generals Federation League baseball team rode the arm of Noah Schneider Tuesday against the DuBois Lumberjacks at Skylodge Field, as Schneider threw a complete game one-hitter while striking out 10 as the Generals won 8-1.

REYNOLDSVILLE — The DuBois Rockets overcame a slow start Tuesday to roll past the Sykesville Senators, 15-5, in a game that went the distance in Reynoldsville.

BROOKVILLE — Giving up a combined four hits and just one run, the Brookville Grays turned in a nifty doubleheader sweep of the visiting PGP-Clearfield Legion Husker Chiefs at McKinley Field Sunday afternoon.

DuBOIS — The DuBois Bucks, now in their second season, are set to play their homer opener tonight against the Butler Bluesox at Stern Family Field dubbed as their “Community Days Game.”

BROOKVILLE — Thayne Morgan’s two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the fourth inning was all the DuBois Rockets needed in a 2-1 win over the Brookville Grays at McKinley Field Thursday.

HOMER CITY — It took the Johnsonburg Rams varsity baseball team until June 10 to lose its first game of the year, rolling off 22 consecutive victories and a District 9 Class 2A title in the meantime. Unfortunately for the Rams, its first loss of the year coincides with the end of the season,…

DuBOIS — The DuBois Rockets bounced back from suffering their first loss of the season on Friday to the league’s newest team, the DuBois Lumberjacks, by handing the Rossiter Miners their first setback, 5-1, Tuesday at Showers Field.

NEW CASTLE — The Elk County Catholic Crusaders ended its baseball season on Monday at Neshannock High School against the Union Area Scotties by a 3-2 score that took eight innings to decide in a first round PIAA Class A state tournament matchup.

PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Johnsonburg baseball team used a big third inning and another strong start by senior lefty Gabe Watts to beat Carmichaels, 8-3, Monday at Rich Kuntz Memorial Field in Punxsutawney to advance to the second round of the PIAA Class A playoffs.