DuBOIS — DuBois put together one of its best games of the season on offense and special teams Friday night against Franklin, but it still wasn’t enough as the Beavers’ defense struggled to stop the Knights’ high-powered passing attack in a 42-35 setback in their home opener.


BROOKVILLE — On paper, Friday night’s matchup between Clarion Area and Brookville could be viewed as the Bobcats’ rushing game against the Raiders passing game.

FOXBURG — For the third time in as many weeks, the Curwensville football team found itself involved in a game featuring a shutout, and unfortunately for the Golden Tide, they came out on the wrong end of that scenario for the second time in three games.


CLARION — After a sluggish first half by the Clarion offense against Karns City who was tied 14-all at the half. The Bobcats came out and reeled off 28 unanswered points in the second half with Austin Newcomb scoring all four touchdowns for a 42-14 victory at Clarion University Memorial Stadium.

WARREN — Warren scored on five plays of 30 or more yards on its way to a 50-28 Region 7 win over DuBois in the Dragons’ home opener at War Memorial Field Friday.


BROCKWAY — Once upon a time, there was a prolific offense that prowled the turf at Frank Varischetti Field, putting points on the home side of the scoreboard with ease and bringing a fair share of wins with it before moving on to greener pastures.


ST. MARYS — Down six points four plays into the game, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs found themselves trailing out of the gate on the road for the second straight week.

DUKE CENTER — Sure things didn’t start out all that great in their two-hour plus road trip to Otto-Eldred Friday night, but the Redbank Valley Bulldogs rebounded well enough.

BROOKVILLE — Junior Gina Carnovale started the season’s scoring and sent everyone home at the end with her second-overtime goal to lift the visiting Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders to a 3-2 win over Brookville Friday afternoon.