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HARRISBURG — The number of chronic wasting disease cases continues to multiply in Pennsylvania, and more of the state’s residents are being impacted by rules that aim to slow the spread of the disease, which always is fatal to the deer and elk it infects.

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Redbank Valley freshman Kobe Bonanno was asked to do a lot his first varsity baseball season. He was rewarded for his work with a significant award.

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Looking at saving resources and focusing on getting as many players on the field as possible, the New Bethlehem Little League won’t be doing much during all-star season.

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LORETTO — Penn State recruit Kylee Lingenfelter kept her dominating season going, leading the Punxsutawney Lady Chucks softball team to the PIAA Class 4A Championship game with a 3-1 win over defending champion Mount Pleasant Monday afternoon.

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Here’s a look at where the track used to be at Redbank Valley High School. Workers from Murin and Murn Inc. of Glassport recently cleared the track down to the foundation before new paving begins next week. From there, the new paving foundation must sit a month before the top track coating i…

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Last year’s PIAA state playoff opening-round success for District 9 baseball and softball teams didn’t replicate itself Monday as D9 went 3-9 in openers.

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It’s an award that considering the circumstances, one would rather not get, but for East Brady native Jim Kelly, it’s something that shows and honors the fight and courage he’s shown.

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Reichard Contracting’s Colton Edmonds slides into third base as Hetrick’s Farm Supply’s Garrett Shaffer puts the tag on during a recent Major League baseball division game at the New Bethlehem Little League complex.

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Newbie Wheel Alignment’s Taylynn Crissman fields the throw at first base, but Tom Riverside’s Meadow Mangiantini beats the ball to the bag and is safe on the play during a recent Farm League game at the New Bethlehem Little League complex.

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The Redbank Valley High School’s Physical Education seventh- and eight-grade classes participated in a unit dedicated to learning the various events with track and field, concluding with a junior high meet. Ten records were broken this year. In front row, from left, are Ryleigh Smathers (8th…

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More record-holders from the Redbank Valley junior high track meet. From left are the seventh grade 4x100-meter relay of Caylen Rearick, Alivia Huffman, Ember Hetrick and Alyssa Bowser. Huffman also broke the long jump record.

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Logan Kiehl won this year’s Redbank Valley Intermediate School Big Gobbler Contest. Kiehl was one of 11 fifth- and sixth-grade hunters and the only successful one. He harvested a gobbler with a nine-inch beard and one-inch spurs.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Six individuals and one team are part of the inaugural Redbank Valley Sports Hall of Fame. The inductees will be presented at halftime of the Sept. 7 varsity football game against Otto-Eldred with the ceremony the following night at Trinity Hall.

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The inaugural Southern Clarion County Little League Pitch, Hit and Run had 13 boys and girls qualify for the sectional round held in early June in Brookline. Some 31 players competed. Shown in front row, from left, are Treyvin Ackerman (11-12-year-old pitching champ), Kiera Ackerman (9-10 al…

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SHIPPENSBURG — Redbank Valley’s Sam Hetrick was one of 27 District 9 entries to bring home a top-eight medal finish, all but one of them in Class 2A.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — A big five-run rally got the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs softball team back in business in the bottom of the fifth inning of last week’s District 9 2A semifinals against visiting Johnsonburg.

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SHIPPENSBURG — It was miserably hot, his timing was off a tad and yet Redbank Valley sophomore Sam Hetrick brought home a state medal.

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The threat of rain forced a hard decision for District 9 to postpone what was six baseball playoffs games on Tuesday— three in Class 1A and three in Class 2A.

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STRATTANVILLE — In the season-ending game for the Union Damsels softball team, host Clarion-Limestone used an eight-run first inning to help propel it to an 11-1 five-inning victory over the Damsels.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Less than two weeks ago, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs dropped a 7-1 decision at Johnsonburg. Wednesday, they’ll get a rematch at home.

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STRATTANVILLE — The Union Knights baseball team scored four runs in the top of the first and with a strong pitching performance from Reice Saylor those runs were more than enough in a 9-2 victory over Clarion-Limestone at the C-L Sports Complex last Thursday afternoon.

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This week’s Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference spring sports All-Conference teams were announced and Redbank Valley and Union combined for 16 honored athletes.

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BUTLER — Improving on the final margin, but not on the result from the first matchup, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs baseball team dropped an 8-3 decision to Moniteau at Kelly Automotive Park Monday.

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EMLENTON — Playing A-C Valley for the second time in three days, the Union Knights baseball team fell again to the Falcons, 5-2, last Saturday afternoon.

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CLARION — Trailing 3-0 after three innings, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs rallied for six runs in the fourth and fifth innings for a 6-3 win over Clarion at Paul A. Weaver Park last Saturday afternoon.

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BROOKVILLE — Here is a closer look at this Friday’s District 9 Class 2A Track and Field Championships held at Brookville Area High School. It’ll be a combined event this year with Class 3A, which will run concurrently: