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C-L’s Mitch Knepp (right) works against teammate Drew Beichner during line drills at Monday’s practice.

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The high school golf season gets started as early as Friday with a KSAC girls’ match at Clarion Oaks Golf Course.

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The inaugural University of Pittsburgh Sports Hall of Fame gets into motion when it inducts its first class on Sept. 7 during the Penn State weekend on the football schedule.

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RIDGWAY — The newly-formed D9 Football League debuted with its own media day last Wednesday at Aiello’s Cafe and right off the bat, the league announced its favorites.

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Note: This is a continuation of an annual series highlighting the old Brookville Area Softball League, which debuted at Comet Field in 1969 and ran through 1991. This year’s story centers on the 1978 season.

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Here is a list of Brookville wrestlers who medaled at the annual Cadet or Junior Freestyle or Greco-Roman nationals held each summer in Fargo, N.D.

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Tired of watching what I felt was a missed opportunity by the Pittsburgh Pirates to capitalize on their first good run in decades and then watching them jettison one-time foundations of the franchise Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole, I expected very little and tried to insulate myself from a…

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STONEBORO — Finishing off a 4-0 run at the state tournament, the Elk-McKean Junior Little League (13-14-year-old) All-Stars, comprised mostly of players from Johnsonburg and Kane, earned a trip to the Eastern Regional Tournament starting this weekend.

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Riding a mountain bike at breakneck speeds wasn’t something that Brookville’s Ryan Johnson thought would get him to college when he went on his first ride, but in less than two weeks he’ll be towing his equipment to tiny Brevard College, a nine-hour drive to western North Carolina.

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GREENSBURG — It appeared that the Punxsutawney Post 62 Senior American Legion team had advanced to Tuesday’s round of the Region 7 Tournament with a 16-4 win over Bushy Run — Penn-Trafford School District area — on Monday at Hempfield High School.

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Thrush, Dworek honored on TCS/C-E Track and Field team

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DuBOIS — Their season ending in the opening round of the Federation League playoffs, the fifth-seeded Brookville Grays fell in three games to fourth-seeded Pulaski in their best-of-three series.

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Vice President Mike Pence, left, stops to look at a display by, Monica Mitchell, right, of BWP Baseball Bats, as he tours the “Made in America”, product showcase featuring items created in each of the 50 states, at the White House in Washington Monday. Also pictured on right is Josh Johnson …

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BROOKVILLE 11-AND-12-YEAR-OLD BASEBALL ALL-STARS — In front row, from left, are Landon Knapp, James Carberry, Cole Householder, Brad Fiscus, Riley Smith, Carter Kessler and Killian Radel. Second row: Kellan Haines, Jack Pete, Charlie Krug, Jack Knapp, Gage Kiehl and Burke Fleming. Back row: …

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BROOKVILLE 11-YEAR-OLD ALL-STARS — In front row, from left, are Parker Kalgren, Gavin Hannah, Sam Krug, Hunter Means and Owen Fleming. Back row: Dante Morey, Luke Burton, Kolton Griffin, Easton Belfiore, Ladd Blake, Clayton Knapp, Hayden Freeman and Landen Marrara.

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BROOKVILLE 11-12-YEAR-OLD SOFTBALL ALL-STARS — In front row, from left, are Kyra Beal, Emma Kimmel, Zoie Potts, Jordan Daisley and Mara Bowser. Second row: Audrey Sorek, Kerstyn Davie, Aubrey Eble, Bethany Hack, Natalie Haney, Harley Geer, Hannah Lundgren. Back row: Coaches Sandy Hack, Paul …

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BROOKVILLE 9-AND-10-YEAR-OLD SOFTBALL ALL-STARS — Front row, from left, are Julie Greeley, Laela Kammerdeiner, McKenna Potts, Alyssa Tollini, Samantha Whitling, Riley Eble, Ella Whitehill, Kailin Bowser, Lily Plyler, Aubrey Belfiore, Gabby West and Megan McKinney. Back row: Coaches Kelly Bel…

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DuBOIS — The Brookville Grays wrapped up the Federation League regular season at 6-14 and started the playoffs Tuesday at Showers Field against the Pulaski Generals, dropping the first game 2-0.

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Here’s a look around at how area teams are faring in the Little League baseball all-star tournaments:

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To say East Brady’s Jim Kelly has been through a lot lately would be a total understatement, of course.

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BROOKVILLE — With 25 games played in brutally hot and humid conditions at the Brookville Area Little League complex last weekend, two champions were crowned in the annual Craig Lewis Memorial Tournament that drew 12 teams, six in each age division.

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ORWIGSBURG — Adding yet another significant title to his long amateur golf resume, Brookville’s Nathan Smith captured his second straight title at the 15th R. Jay Sigel Match Play Championship at Schuylkill Country Club Wednesday.

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FARGO, N.D. — Reaching the finals and grabbing a silver medal runner-up finish at Monday’s United States Marine Corp/USA Wrestling Cadet Freestyle Nationals, Brookville’s Colby Whitehill earned his third All-American finish and helped Pennsylvania win the team title.

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The double-edged sword of playing in the Houston Astros organization was very obvious to former Clarion High School standout Jon Kemmer.

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BROOKVILLE — The final score certainly didn’t indicate how close things were in the Brookville 11-and-12-year-old baseball all-stars’ season-ending loss to DuBois last Thursday.

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DuBOIS — The second time around was closer, but Brookville’s 11-year-old all-star baseball team lost again to DuBois, this time in a 4-2 loss in the District 10 final last Friday at Way Memorial Field.

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BROOKVILLE — Capping off a competitive and well-played under-8 pitching machine baseball tournament, Zwick Law of Brookville held off the DuBois Donkeys for an 11-8 win in the finals of the Tim Weaver Memorial Tournament Saturday afternoon.