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DUKE CENTER — Sometimes the number do add up to the expected result and that was the case for the Union/A-C Valley Falcon Knights in their trip to Otto-Eldred last Friday night.

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In a week with plenty of close matchups on paper on the District 9 football schedule this week, put the Clarion-Limestone Lions’ trip to Redbank Valley at the top of the list.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Here are the results from last Saturday’s Peanut Butter Festival 5K and two-mile races, and mountain bike races. Complete results can be found on-line at www.smileymiles.com.

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STRATTANVILLE — The Clarion-Limestone Lions soccer team picked up its first win of the season as four different players scored goals in a 4-1 win over Redbank Valley Tuesday night at the C-L Sports Complex.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Both Redbank Valley youth football teams won their ABC League matchups with visiting Karns City last Saturday.

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CURWENSVILLE — Curwensville used a strong defensive effort, while capitalizing on a pair of short Union/A-C Valley punts, to pull out a hard-fought 14-13 victory at Riverside Stadium last Friday night.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — After two postponements, the Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs volleyball team finally got on the court again Tuesday night.

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NEW BETHLEHEM —The Redbank Valley junior high (7th-8th) football team dropped a 38-22 decision at home to Punxsutawney last Wednesday.

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HAWTHORN — Fill a room with a bunch of proud athletes and coaches, and it’s certain to be a night worth enjoying.

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Redbank Valley’s Cam Wagner, Carsen Rupp and Cole Bish (24) bring down an Oil City ballcarrier during last week’s junior high game in Oil City. The Bulldogs lost, 30-6 as Aiden Ortz scored on a 74-yard run. The seventh-and-eighth graders hosted Punxsutawney Wednesday before visiting Karns Ci…

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NEW BETHLEHEM — The Redbank Valley youth football program heads into its bye week this weekend with the junior division at 3-0 and the seniors at 1-2 after sweeping visiting Slippery Rock last Saturday.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Early-season injuries chipping away at the team’s depth and numbers, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs are 2-0 going into this Friday’s showdown with Elk County Catholic.

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RIMERSBURG – Coming off a season-opening loss to Clarion-Limestone, the Union/A-C Valley Falcon Knights forged back and defeated visiting Sheffield 47-0 last Friday night at Vidunas Stadium.

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BROOKVILLE — The Redbank Valley Bulldogs youth football program split their games at Brookville last Saturday night, the juniors winning 32-22 and the seniors dropping a 14-12 decision to the Lumberjacks.

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KNOX — Banged up some after its season-opening win last Friday at Keystone, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs’ injury list may have dampened some of the enthusiasm coming out of their 41-18 win.

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STRATTANVILLE — Running into a small-rostered Clarion-Limestone Lions last Friday night, the Union/A-C Valley Falcon Knights ran into a quality football team as well.

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RIMERSBURG — Another bump in numbers for the Union Damsels volleyball team greets second-year head coach Diana Thorpe.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — With five of his 11 starters back from an 11-8-1 playoff team, Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs soccer coach Mike Dawson enters his third year with an exciting roster.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Knowing that his roster just had to put in some time and hard work last year, Redbank Valley Bulldogs coach A.J. Blose still figured that the win-loss record probably wouldn’t be pretty.

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NEW BETHLEHEM — Unable to repeat their District 9 title last fall in a three-set loss to Kane in the Class 2A final, Redbank Valley Lady Bulldogs volleyball coach Matt Darr wasn’t backing off any type of enthusiasm this preseason.

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Contractors spray paint on the new track surface at Redbank Valley High School last Friday. The track project, minus the painting of the lane lines, was completed last weekend and the facility is back and ready to be used this fall.

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GROVE CITY — The Redbank Valley Bulldogs opened the ABC Youth Football League season with a split decision at Grove City last Saturday.

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KNOX — The official starting point to this year’s high school football season is Friday night and it’s still dubbed “Week 0.” While it’s not known if any teams actually scrimmage twice now, there aren’t any scrimmages involving District 9 teams.