BUTLER — Less than a week after going over 6 feet, 7 inches at the DeMans Team Sports Invitational in Brookville, Redbank Valley junior Sam Hetrick was at it again.
HARRISBURG — Hunters across the Keystone State are anxiously awaiting the approach of spring turkey season. If weather cooperates, they won’t be disappointed.
BUTLER — Three pitchers combined on a three-hitter as Moniteau downed the Redbank Valley Bulldogs baseball team, 6-3, Tuesday night at Kelly Automotive Park.
When Dave Moore was on the sideline as a head football coach for the first time, he found himself on the short end of a 105-0 blowout loss. As head coach of a team on a New Mexico Indian reservation, the lopsided score was one point shy of a state record.
RIMERSBURG — Visiting Moniteau scored in all three of its at-bats to score a 16-0 three-inning win over the Union Damsels softball team via the 15-Run Rule Tuesday afternoon.
BROOKVILLE — Redbank Valley junior Sam Hetrick came into the season looking to get back to the podium, and hopefully higher, at the PIAA Class 2A Track and Field Championships in late May.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave final approval to hunting and trapping seasons and bag limits for the 2019-20 license year.
MARIENVILLE — Pounding four “inside-the-park” home runs, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs softball team cruised to an 18-1 three-inning rout at Forest Area Tuesday afternoon.
KNOX — A-C Valley’s Olivia Boocks and DuBois’ Jonathan Cruz earned Most Valuable Player awards at Saturday’s Sportsmanship I District 9 Senior All-Star Basketball Games held at Keystone High School last Saturday afternoon.
Two area freshman played their way to postseason honors while another garnered an all-district honor on this year’s All American Awards & Engraving D9Sports.com All-District 9 basketball team announced last week.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Making their season debut on the renovated home facility, the Redbank Valley High School track and field teams made it a sweep of Keystone last Wednesday afternoon.
NEW BETHLEHEM — A 16-hit attack by visiting Karns City was too much to overcome for the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs softball team in an 11-4 loss at the New Bethlehem Little League Field Tuesday afternoon.
ALCOLA — Starting the season clearly on the right foot, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs routed visiting Karns City at Redbank Valley Municipal Park Tuesday afternoon.
KITTANNING — Getting outdoors in good weather was the biggest goal for both Redbank Valley in its track and field opener on the road at Armstrong Monday afternoon.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Two productive scrimmages in March is something sixth-year Redbank Valley baseball head coach Craig Hibell hasn’t had during his tenure.
RIMERSBURG — With a combined 35 athletes rostered on both squads, the Union High School track and field teams gear up for another season which is scheduled to start next Wednesday at Moniteau.
NEW BETHLEHEM — With a successful scrimmage under their belts from last week, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs softball team sets its sights on a season-opener at home Monday against Karns City at the New Bethlehem Little League complex.
SANDUSKY, Ohio — The Leap of Faith Gymnastics Competitive Team of Clarion traveled to Sandusky, Ohio with half its competitive Team for the Kalahari Luau in Leo’s Invitational Meet on March 10.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Featuring a solid 37-athlete roster with returning state medalist Sam Hetrick leading the way, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs track and field team opens it season next week with two meets.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Returning district qualifiers in 10 events and coming off a solid 8-2 dual meet season, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs are certainly looking forward to a new season.
LOCK HAVEN — Slippery Rock University junior guard and former Redbank Valley standout Brooke Hinderliter was named to the 2018-19 All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Western Division second team, the league office announced last Thursday with the unveiling of its yearly awards.
FAIRFAX, Va. — In the 44th and final Eastern Wrestling League Championships at George Mason University last weekend, the Clarion University Golden Eagles got a national qualifier.