BALLFIELD PROJECTS — Shown here working on dugout benches on Tuesday are Magen Walzak, Georgia Palm and Holly Murray with Lark Palm looking on in the background. These three local Girl Scouts heave decided to do a Silver Award project that involves making improvements to the Little League fi…
Official preseason workouts for fall high school sports teams got started on Monday with most teams getting two weeks of workouts in before the regular season begins.
By now, those with any sort of sports fandom and in particular football, have probably heard of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. Most commonly referred to as CTE, it is a neurodegenerative brain disease found in people who have had multiple head injuries, like concussions.
RIDGWAY — The newly-formed D9 Football League debuted with its own media day last Wednesday at Aiello’s Cafe and right off the bat, the league announced its favorites.
STONEBORO — Finishing off a 4-0 run at the state tournament, the Elk-McKean Junior Little League (13-14-year-old) All-Stars, comprised mostly of players from Johnsonburg and Kane, earned a trip to the Eastern Regional Tournament starting this weekend.
1-2 FINISH — Rimersburg’s Sarah Bish, left, celebrates with runner-up Zach Dotterer of Knox after her win in the 21-car Compact Division at last week’s Demolition Derby.
Tired of watching what I felt was a missed opportunity by the Pittsburgh Pirates to capitalize on their first good run in decades and then watching them jettison one-time foundations of the franchise Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole, I expected very little and tried to insulate myself from a…
KOSSUTH — For the 26th consecutive year, the Clarion County Sportsmen for Youth, Inc. hosted its Annual Youth Field Day last Saturday at Camp Coffman in Kossuth.
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The following is the speech made by East Brady’s Jim Kelly at last Wednesday’s ESPY Awards in Los Angeles. Kelly, fighting oral cancer, accepted the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance.
NEW BETHLEHEM 13-AND-14-YEAR-OLD ALL-STARS — In front row, from left, are Aiden Lehnortt, Trevor Rearick, Owen Harmon, Tyler Hetrick, Peyton Rearick, Jeffrey Douglas. Second row: Ridge Cook, Cole McHenry, Cam Wagner, Colton Shick and Luke Miller. Backl row: Coach Jeff Douglas, manager Mike R…
NEW BETHLEHEM 11-AND-12-YEAR-OLD ALL-STARS — In front row, from left, are Mason Clouse, Brayden McCauley, Owen Clouse, Daniel Evans and Drew Byers. Back row: Cody Kirkpatrick, Ashton Kahle, Kaeden Neiswonger, Cole Bish, Mathew Kozma, Nolan Gardner. Missing from photo: Brandon Ross.
NEW BETHLEHEM 9-AND-10-YEAR-OLD ALL-STARS — In front row, from left, are Grant Shoemaker, Jordan Smith, Wyatt Byers, Ryan Hepler, Hunter Hetrick and Hayden Smith. Second row: Isaac Neiswonger, Kaden Sturgeon, Carson Gould, Bella Orr, Brock George and Jaxon Huffman. Back row: Coaches Greg Sho…
Members of the traveling Jeff Potter Baseball Tour, based in Maryland, were in Rimersburg Monday doing a youth baseball clinic and offering volunteer help, in this case helping clean up at the Rimersburg Cemetery. Youth from Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania were part of a group that visit…
SQUIRRELS, Red, Gray, Black and Fox (Combined): Special season for eligible junior hunters, with or without required license, and mentored youth – Sept. 29-Oct. 13 (6 daily, 18 in possession limit after first day).
NEW BETHLEHEM — Unable to hold on to an early lead, the New Bethlehem 11-and-12-year-old all-stars were eliminated from the District 7 all-star tournament with a 6-5 loss to Blairsville last Friday at the Little League complex.
INDIANA — After opening the District 7 9-and-10-year-old all-star baseball tournament with a win, New Bethlehem was knocked out of contention with two straight losses last week.
Here’s a look at the ongoing track resurfacing project at Redbank Valley High School. The project will continue through July with more work on what’s the new base of the track now in place.
ALCOLA — In a nail-biter, Indiana was able to survive a las- inning effort by New Bethlehem to take the District 7 Junior Little League All-Star tournament title with a hard-earned 10-9 win at Redbank Valley Municipal Park Monday night.
In what started as just a one-team venture into the all-star season, the New Bethlehem Little League reversed course and went with three teams in this year’s District 7 competition. Rosters are listed below:
ALCOLA – Opening what is a best-of-three series for the District 7 Junior Little League All-Star tournament, visiting Indiana scored nine runs in the first two innings on its way to a 12-5 win over New Bethlehem at Redbank Valley Municipal Park Sunday.
BROCKWAY — The Allegheny Mountain League continued its winning streak in the annual Frank Varischetti All-Star game by beating the KSAC, 40-14, on Friday night in Brockway.
BLAIRSVILLE — Getting off on the right foot, the New Bethlehem Little League All-Stars notched an 8-7 win at Blairsville in the opening round of the District 7 Tournament Sunday night.
MAJOR CHAMPS — The Moose Lodge picture in last week’s edition was incorrectly identified. In front row, from left, are Peyton Kennemuth, Jordan Smith, Grant Shoemaker, Case Powell, Eli Shaffer (hidden between Shoemaker and Hepler), Ryan Hepler and Bella Orr. Second row: Hayden Rearick, Owen …
NEW BETHLEHEM — In a contest that ended prematurely due to weather, the New Bethlehem 9-and-10 year-old All-Stars defeated visiting Blairsville, 4-0, Monday night at the Little League complex.