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NEW BETHLEHEM — Hiking its winning streak to 12, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs volleyball team sent visiting North Clarion home with a three-set decision Tuesday night.

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RIMERSBURG — On Senior Night in its home finale, the Union Damsels volleyball team dropped a three-setter to A-C Valley Tuesday night.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — In what was a back-and-forth affair for much of the contest, the host Redbank Valley Bulldogs were able to end their three-game losing streak by pulling away from the Coudersport Falcons, 41-27 on Homecoming Night last Friday night.

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STRATTANVILLE — Both Redbank Valley Bulldogs youth football teams finished up the regular season with wins last week at Clarion-Limestone and are playoff-bound in the ABC League.

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WARREN — The Redbank Valley junior high football team (seventh-and-eighth grade) notched a 14-8 win at Warren last Thursday.

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KNOX — Winning for the second time in a row, the Union/A-C Valley Falcon Knights also picked up their first road win in last Thursday’s 12-8 win at Keystone.

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CURWENSVILLE — Knowing the typical power running football from the Curwensville Golden Tide was coming their way, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs still had to stop it.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Hiking its record to 9-1, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs volleyball team swept Karns City, 25-12, 25-16, 25-9 Tuesday night.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Kolton Kline and Declan Fricko each scored for Redbank Valley and Bulldogs senior goalkeeper Logan Wadding made those goals stand by only giving up a late C-L goal as the Bulldogs dashed the Lions playoff hopes with a 2-1 win on Tuesday night.

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SMETHPORT — As well as things started defensively for the Redbank Valley Bulldogs, it was the host Smethport Hubbers who took control in the second half on their way to a 20-7 win last Friday night.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — After going three straight game without a goal, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs have a two-game winning streak heading into Thursday’s game at St. Marys.

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RIMERSBURG — On Homecoming Night, the Union/A-C Valley Falcon Knights scored 34 unanswered points to defeat the visiting Port Allegany Gators last Friday at Vidunas Stadium.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Concerns over Clarion-Limestone’s talented backfield behind a strong line turned out to be well-founded.

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DUKE CENTER — Sometimes the number do add up to the expected result and that was the case for the Union/A-C Valley Falcon Knights in their trip to Otto-Eldred last Friday night.

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In a week with plenty of close matchups on paper on the District 9 football schedule this week, put the Clarion-Limestone Lions’ trip to Redbank Valley at the top of the list.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Here are the results from last Saturday’s Peanut Butter Festival 5K and two-mile races, and mountain bike races. Complete results can be found on-line at www.smileymiles.com.

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STRATTANVILLE — The Clarion-Limestone Lions soccer team picked up its first win of the season as four different players scored goals in a 4-1 win over Redbank Valley Tuesday night at the C-L Sports Complex.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Both Redbank Valley youth football teams won their ABC League matchups with visiting Karns City last Saturday.

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CURWENSVILLE — Curwensville used a strong defensive effort, while capitalizing on a pair of short Union/A-C Valley punts, to pull out a hard-fought 14-13 victory at Riverside Stadium last Friday night.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — After two postponements, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs volleyball team finally got on the court again Tuesday night.