NEW BETHLEHEM — Going into the week, Friday night’s matchup between Elk County Catholic and New Bethlehem looked like it could be a strong matchup between District 9 League Small School South foes.
MEYERSDALE — Thad Butler rushed for 160 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Curwensville to a 35-6 victory over the Meyersdale.
KNOX — On a night where Keystone honored their local first responders and military personnel worldwide, it was the Panthers that came out victorious beating Brockway by a final score of 24-6.
HYDE — Clearfield ran the ball 47 times for 403 yards in Friday’s game against Penns Valley, overcoming a couple early hiccups to surge to a 53-7 victory at the Bison Sports Complex.
ST. MARYS — It was a back and forth battle between the visiting DuBois Beavers and the home St. Marys Flying Dutchmen Friday night at Dutch Country Stadium that saw only three touchdowns throughout but plenty of game-changing turnovers as the Flying Dutchmen earned a 14-7 win.
BROOKVILLE — Brayden Kunselman and Hunter Smith seemed like they had all the field covered along with obvious help from their defensive teammates most of the night for the Brookville Raiders.
JOHNSONBURG — A familiar last name leads the Johnsonburg Ramettes volleyball team into this season, but it will be a new person at the helm.
DuBOIS — Veteran coach Jason Gustafson has turned DuBois into one of the perennial volleyball powerhouses in District 9.
DuBOIS — The DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals volleyball program will have plenty of players this year as they look to get back on track with a new head coach that’s no stranger to the DCC program.
PUNXSUTAWNEY – A week after having their season-opening contest canceled because of COVID issues, the Punxsutawney Chucks football team was thankful to have the opportunity to hit the field on Friday night at Jack LaMarca Stadium when they hosted the Karns City Gremlins. But the visitors, fr…