DUBOIS — The DuBois Junior League All-Star baseball team saw its summer come to an end Friday afternoon as it lost to Keystone, 5-2, in an elimination game at Stern Family Field to finish fourth at the state tournament.
BRADFORD — With two outs in the top of the sixth inning, it looked like the DuBois Little League All-Star baseball team was on its way to an easy victory Friday night at the Kessel Athletic Complex at the University of Pitt-Bradford.
BROOKVILLE — From avoiding a sweep and ending a long losing streak to the DuBois Rockets to whittling the Federation League finals to a best-of-three showdown, the Brookville Grays scrapped and clawed their way to an 8-7 win Friday night at McKinley Field.
CRANBERRY — The DuBois Little League All-Star baseball team didn’t play its best game of the summer Friday evening in Cranberry, but the effort was still good enough to secure a trip to states as the District 10 champions held off LeBoeuf, 9-5, for the Section 1 title.
INDIANA — Opening the Junior American Legion Western Regional Tournament with defending state champion Penn Trafford Friday night, the Brookville Fireman’s Club didn’t have much margin for error.
PUNXSUTAWNEY — Fresh off a big win over McLane in the knockout round on Thursday, Punxsy’s Minor League softball All-Stars hoped to keep the good times rolling into a rematch against Saegertown-Cambridge-Conneaut Lake (SCC) in Friday’s must-win championship game.
BRADFORD — The Sixth Annual NY/PA Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase is set to be played next Sunday, July 24, at Bradford Area High’s Park Way Field and looks to be bigger and better than ever.
ALBION — The Brockway American Legion baseball team opened pool play at the Region 8 Tournament in Albion Friday by winning a pitchers’ duel against French Creek Valley, 2-0.
DUBOIS — The DuBois 11-year-old All-Star baseball team rolled past Potter/McKean, 15-4 in four innings, Friday evening at Way Memorial Field to capture the District 10 title by sweeping the best-of-3 championship series.
The DuBois Little League All-Star team scored six runs in the second inning of Friday’s District 10 winner’s bracket final and cruised to an 11-1 win over St. Marys at Way Memorial Field. The game went just five innings due to the 10-run rule.