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HYDE — Clearfield quarterback Isaac Rumery and the Bison had an inauspicious start to Friday night’s game against Philipsburg-Osceola, as the Bison signal caller threw just his second interception of the year on his first pass attempt of the game.

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CLARION — Brockway earned its third straight win in a resounding way with a 48-19 drubbing of Clarion Friday night at CUP’s Memorial Stadium.

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CURWENSVILLE — Curwensville has produced the Top 3 all-time leading rushers in District 9 history, but the Golden Tide faithful sat idly by Friday night as an opposing team’s running back — Clarion-Limestone junior Austin Newcomb — put together one of the best performances in district history.

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BROOKVILLE — Head coach Scott Park maintained his stance. His Brookville Raiders defense didn’t scheme any differently.

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HOLLIDAYSBURG — After earning a comfortable 22-0 halftime lead, the Hollidaysburg football team encountered some turbulence at the outset of the third quarter from DuBois in the form of two quick scores.

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KNOX — The Elk County Catholic football team used a strong third-quarter surge to pull away from Keystone for a 36-6 victory Friday night that gave the Crusaders the first ever District 9 League Small School South Division title.

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FOXBURG – A four-touchdown first quarter propelled the visiting Redbank Valley Bulldogs to a 33-7 victory over the Union/A-C Valley Falcon Knights Friday night.

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STRATTANVILLE — Clarion-Limestone wasted little time in getting the sour taste out of their mouths from last weeks loss by putting up 30 first quarter points on their way to a 66-0 whitewash of Port Allegany on Friday evening at the C-L Sports Complex.

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CHERRY TOWNSHIP — Penalties and turnovers again conspired in the first half to sink the Moniteau football team.

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BRADFORD — After a pair of nice wins against Brockway and Punxsutawney, the Bradford Owls faced a barometer test type of game against the reigning District 9 Class AA champions from Clarion.

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DUKE CENTER — Curwensville used a punishing ground game and a bend but don’t break defense to spoil Otto-Eldred’s Senior Night with a dominating 48-14 victory Saturday night in Duke Center.

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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 their-game losing streak by defeating the visiting Coudersport Falcons 41-27 on Homecoming Night Friday.

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KANE — Finding out that they probably won’t have their starting quarterback the rest of the season, the Brookville Raiders headed to Kane and put up some more big numbers in a 57-38 win over the Wolves Friday night.

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ST. MARYS — Elk County Catholic scored 40 points in the first quarter on their way to a 46-6 victory Friday night at Dutch Country Stadium.

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BROCKWAY — The Brockway football team honored its large senior class prior to Friday’s game against Punxsutawney, then that group went out and dominated the Chucks in every phase of the game in a 48-12 victory in their final regular season at Frank Varischetti Field.

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DuBOIS — The St. Marys girls soccer team spoiled DuBois’ Senior Day festivities Saturday morning as it got a goal late in the first half from Lauren Eckert to come away with a 1-0 victory on the senior high turf field.

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STRATTANVILLE — The key for any team to have success in football is to take advantage of their opponents mistakes, and Elk County Catholic did just that Friday night as it turned three of Clarion-Limestone’s seven turnovers into touchdowns in a 26-16 victory at the C-L Sports Complex.

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CURWENSVILLE — The Curwensville Golden Tide football program’s DNA is comprised of a heavy and healthy running attack. Last night was no exception, as Curwensville wore down a Redbank Valley Bulldogs team that to just 178 total yards of offense for a 37-21 win on Senior Night.

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WATERFORD — Turnovers and mental mistakes have plagued the DuBois football team all season — particular in close games — and unfortunately for the Beavers that trend continued Friday night in an 18-10 loss to Fort LeBoeuf on the Bison’s Homecoming.

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ST. MARYS — Firing on all cylinders at Dutch Country Stadium, the Brookville Raiders scored on the first eight possessions and needed just 29 plays from scrimmage to get there.

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CLARION — Ridgway and Clarion entered week six with undefeated records, but the Elkers emerged as the victors Friday night at CUP’s Memorial Stadium with a 28-15 win.

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Royal Imperial Collegiate overcome three turnovers and and a bevy of penalties to make its venture south from Canada well worth the trip by spoiling DuBois’ Homecoming festivities with a 21-14 victory Friday night.

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BROOKVILLE — The final round of the District 9 Boys Golf Championships produced its share of highlight performances at Pine rest Country Club, including a memorable district-title clinching shot to three golfers rallying from tough opening rounds to earn trips to the PIAA West Region Tournam…

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FOXBURG – Lightning struck many times in the area Friday night, forcing games to be delayed until storms passed.

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ST. MARYS – Threats of severe weather moved the start time up an hour for the Clarion-St. Marys game Friday night at Dutch Country Stadium. The schedule change had no effect on the visiting Bobcats as Clarion rolled to a 42-0 victory to remain undefeated for the season.

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KNOX — After a one hour and 10-minute delay for a tornado warning, the kickoff of the inaugural game between the Curwensville Golden Tide and the Keystone Panthers finally took place. The first quarter looked like Keystone would eke out a win on its homecoming night. But it was all Golden Ti…

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BROOKVILLE — It’s obviously unofficial, but it’s highly likely that sophomore Robert Keth broke the state record for passing yards in a game by a fourth-string quarterback.

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OIL CITY — Oil City was off and running from the first play of the game against DuBois, and they never slowed down, on their way to a 55-12 win Friday night.

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BROCKWAY — Big plays often make the difference in close games, and that proved to be case Friday in Brockway as Ridgway won that area to knock off the host Rovers in a defensive slugfest, 20-7, in a battle of unbeatens at Frank Varischetti Field.

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HUNTINGDON — Clearfield senior quarterback Isaac Rumery and sophomore receiver Jake Lezzer gave Huntingdon’s secondary trouble all night and helped give the Bison a three touchdown lead heading into the fourth quarter of Friday evening’s Mountain League contest at War Vets Field.

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FRANKLIN — It wasn’t a thing of beauty, but the DuBois football team overcame the “perfect storm” for a potential letdown Friday night at Franklin to rally past the Knights for a 28-25 victory to even its season record at 2-2.

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KNOX — Ground and pound was the message Clarion-Limestone gave to his team and the Lions responded to the tune of 411 rushing yards with six of their eight touchdowns coming via the ground as they rolled to a 50-6 victory over Keystone on Friday evening in Knox.

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BROOKVILLE — Walking wounded, the Brookville Raiders couldn’t afford too many mistakes to beat Punxsutawney in Friday night’s Route 36 Trophy game.

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KARNS CITY — Twelve minutes into the game, the Karns City and Clarion football teams had combined for zero points and five turnovers.

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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 for its first home win of the season.

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EMPORIUM — Coming off a tough season-opening home loss to Elk County Catholic, the Curwensville football team bounced back in a big way on the road Saturday night with a 58-6 win at Cameron County.

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DuBOIS — Numbers for the DuBois Beavers were similar to water in Coleridge’s poem “The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner” in that there was plenty of it, but nothing of value.

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BROCKWAY — Special teams are often a forgotten area in football, but they ultimately decided Friday’s matchup between Brockway and Brookville as the host Rovers dominated the aspect in a 28-25 victory to win the inaugural Route 28 Trophy Game at Frank Varischetti Field.