LEWISBURG — St. Marys High School swimmers Nathan McAnany and Hannah Lenze competed Friday and Saturday at the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships at Kinney Natatorium on the campus of Bucknell University.
LEWISBURG — DuBois seniors Julie Marchioni and Lauren Usaitis swam for the last time for the Lady Beavers Friday and Saturday at Bucknell Unversity at the PIAA Swimming Championships.
DuBOIS —Wrestlers from the Tri-County Area have certainly made the their mark in Hershey over the years at the PIAA Championship, and the 2017-18 season was no different.
CLARION — Tied at 28 after three quarters, the Johnsonburg boys basketball team held Eden Christian to just two points on two foul shots in the fourth quarter in their first round game of the PIAA Class A Tournament.
HERSHEY — Friday at the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships always provides a wide range of emotions, and this year was no different for the Tri-County Area contingent in Hershey.
ST. MARYS — Ridgway boys basketball moved on to the second round of the PIAA Class 2A playoffs after a 55-42 victory over District 4 third-place finisher North Penn-Mansfield Saturday at St. Marys Area High School.
HERSHEY — Ridgway senior Lukas McClain has experienced first-hand the highs and lows — from both perspectives — the PIAA Class AA Wrestling Championships can give a wrestler and his family.
HERSHEY — The Curwensville wrestling team enjoyed quite the weekend at the PIAA Class AA Championships, as the Golden Tide brought home two state medals for the first time in more than a decade.
CLARION — The Elk County Catholic boys basketball team had little trouble in their PIAA Class A first round matchup against District 10 runner-up Jamestown, cruising their way to a 66-40 win over the Muskies on Friday evening at Clarion University.
HERSHEY — This postseason hasn’t been as kind as recent ones have been for the Brookville wrestling team, but senior Caleb Hetrick and sophomore Colby Whitehill endured the grueling three-week individual grind and were rewarded by standing on the podium Saturday in Hershey at the PIAA Class …
HERSHEY — DuBois senior Kolby Ho put together quite the weekend at the PIAA Class AAA Wrestling Championships, doing something no Beaver had done in nearly two decades — reach the state finals.
HERSHEY — It’s often said that a loss can be a good thing for a team or an athlete, and that thought proved true for Clearfield senior Luke McGonigal at the PIAA Class AAA Wrestling Championships.
CLARION — In a game that was mostly never more than a possession within reach, the No. 2 Brookville boys basketball team’s season ended in a heartbreaking way on Friday evening against top-seeded Karns City.
CLARION — After nearly pulling off the upset of the district playoffs earlier this week in the District 9 Class 2A semifinals, the Brockway boys basketball team will still be extending their season beyond this weekend.
CLARION — The top-seeded Ridgway boys basketball team was put in a 10-point deficit after one quarter, and it was too big of a hole to climb out of as the Elkers were handed their first loss of the season against No. 2 Coudersport, 66-46, on Saturday night in the Class A title game to cap th…
CLARION — A layoff of 15 days certainly wasn’t ideal for the Brookville girls basketball team coming into Friday’s District 9 Class 3A championship game against Karns City.
ALTOONA — The Clearfield wrestling went to Altoona with eight regional qualifiers — and saw two of those competitors move on to the state tournament — but by late Saturday night it felt like the weekend could have been a little better for the Bison.
ALTOONA — St. Marys senior Zac Becker put everything together in his final high school season and will end his career where every wrestler dreams of going — Hershey for the state championships.
HYDE — The District 9 Chapter of the Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Association inducted its 18th class into the district’s Hall of Fame Saturday prior to the finals of the individual championships at Clearfield Area High School.
BRADFORD — The second-seeded Elk County Catholic boys basketball team opened the District 9 Class A playoffs in a dominating way with a 69-24 victory over No. 7 Oswayo Valley in the quarterfinals on Friday evening at Bradford High School.
BRADFORD — After being up by just four points at halftime, the Johnsonburg boys basketball team’s defense led the way in the second half as the fourth-seeded Rams defeated No. 5 Otto-Eldred, 42-30, on Friday evening in the District 9 Class A quarterfinals at Bradford High School.
ST. MARYS — The St. Marys girls basketball team is headed to the District 9 Class 4A championship game after outlasting Clearfield, 46-38, Friday night in a semifinal game inside the Dutch Oven.
ST. MARYS — Shaking off some late-season struggles in time for the postseason, the Brookville Raiders basketball is back in the District 9 Class AAA Championship game.
HYDE — Qualifying the second-most wrestlers for this weekend’s regional tournament in Sharon, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs qualified six with top-four finishes at Saturday’s District 9 Class AA Tournament at Clearfield Area High School.
HYDE — Saving its best for last, the Ridgway Elkers wrestling team turned in perfect rounds in the consolation and championship finals at Saturday’s District 9 Class AA Tournament at Clearfield Area High School.
HYDE — DuBois, St. Marys and Clearfield combined to win seven of the 14 weight classes at the District 4-9 Class AAA Wrestling Championships Saturday at Arthur J. Weiss Gymnasium and the three programs qualified 27 for next weekend’s Northwest Regionals at the Altoona Fieldhouse.
HYDE — Of course, the Brockway Rovers wrestlers would’ve loved to challenge Brookville more at the top of the District 9 team standings at Saturday’s District 9 Class AA Wrestling Tournament, but that didn’t stop them from smiling after a runner-up finish.
ST. MARYS — The Elk County Catholic boys basketball team shook off a two-game losing streak in a big way with a 79-37 win over Brockway in the Allegheny Mountain League semifinals on Friday evening.
RIDGWAY — The Ridgway boys basketball team used a strong second-half effort Friday to pull away from rival Johnsonburg to reach the Allegheny Mountain League championship game with a 53-34 victory.
CLARION — After losing by 12 just two nights prior to Karns City, Clarion-Limestone and head coach Joe Ferguson knew some changes needed to be made in order to change the outcome in their rematch in the KSAC championship game on Friday night.
ST. MARYS — The Elk County Catholic girls basketball team gave Kane all it could handle in the Allegheny Mountain League championship game on Saturday evening, but the Lady Wolves pulled away late in the game for a 40-33 win at St. Marys High School.
ST. MARYS — The Ridgway boys basketball team stayed perfect at 24-0 and defeated Elk County Catholic for the third time this season, this time with a 48-37 win for the AML title on Saturday evening at St. Marys High School.
DuBOIS — A flurry of early turnovers proved to be costly for the DuBois Area High School boys’ basketball team as it fell to Punxsutawney, 65-50, on Senior Night Friday.
BROCKWAY — The Ridgway girls basketball team started Friday’s key AML matchup with Brockway with a 17-4 run over the first 12 minutes on their way to a 43-23 win over the Lady Rovers on Friday evening at Brockway High School.
HERSHEY — Brookville saw its stay at the PIAA Class AA Team Championships come to an abrupt end Friday in Hershey, as the Raiders lost a pair of close matches to Southern Columbia (29-22) and Burrell (29-27) inside the Giant Center.
DuBOIS — The DuBois Christian School boys basketball team honored its lone senior, Ethan Bishop, prior to Friday game with Centre County Christian Academy, then its was the Eagles’ underclass who took the spotlight in a convincing 45-28 win over the Bulldogs.
DuBOIS — Friday was Senior Night at the DuBois Christian School, and fittingly its two senior girls — Shelby Brownlee and Julie Logan — enjoyed big nights to help lead the Lady Eagles past Centre County Christian Academy, 37-27,
BROOKVILLE — Trying to build more momentum for big games ahead, the Brookville Lady Raiders basketball team won its second non-league home matchup of the week in a 57-39 win over Ridgway Friday night.
DuBOIS — DuBois entered Saturday as the favorite on paper to win its second straight District 4/9 Class AAA team title, but Shikellamy had other plans as the Braves stunned the Beavers, 37-31, to earn a trip to Hershey.
ST. MARYS — Bekka Bauer’s layin with seven seconds left in the game lifted the St. Marys girls basketball team to a 43-42 win over DuBois on Friday evening.
DuBOIS — Seeded as the best of the rest behind favored Brookville in the District Class AA Dual Meet tournament, the Brockway Rovers backed it up and earned a trip to the state playoffs.
DuBOIS — On a day where the Brookville Raiders won their fifth straight District 9 Class AA Dual Meet title and had their 10th wrestler in the last five years reach 100 career wins, perhaps the most uplifting story of Saturday was 132-pound sophomore Wyatt Kulik.