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PORT ALLEGANY — The Upper Allegheny Valley Soccer League recently announced its 2022 All-Star teams, and the Tri-County Area was well represented with 38 local players earning honors amongst the six division squads (3 each for boys and girls) that were named.

BROCKWAY — Thursday night’s District 9 Class A girls soccer championship game saw both the No. 4 seed Brockway Lady Rovers and the No. 3 seed Karns City Lady Gremlins going for back-to-back titles. Brockway won last year’s Class A crown while the Lady Gremlins won Class 2A last year before d…

BROCKWAY — A new District 9 Class A boys soccer champion was crowned Wednesday night, as Karns City handed Elk County Catholic a heartbreaking 2-1 loss in the title game at Brockway’s Frank Varischetti Field.

BROCKWAY — The current group of seniors on the DuBois girls soccer team were poised to complete a dramatic four-year turnaround Tuesday night — one that would see them go from a three-win team their freshman year to winning the program’s first District 9 Class 3A title since 2017.

BROCKWAY — After a gut-wrenching overtime loss to Karns City last season in the District 9 class 2A title game, the Clearfield girls soccer team was laser focused on bringing home the gold in 2022.

STRATTANVILLE — Elk County Catholic used a suffocating defensive effort to shut down the high-powered Clarion-Limestone offense in a 5-0 District 9 semifinal boys soccer victory over Clarion-Limestone on Thursday evening.

BRADFORD — Each team had shut out the other once already this season.

KERSEY — Heading into the District 9 Class A girls soccer tournament as the No. 4 seed, the Brockway Lady Rovers knew they had some work to do if they wanted to defend last year’s title. But on Wednesday afternoon at Angela Huey Memorial Field, the Lady Rovers knocked off top-seeded Elk Coun…

NEW BETHLEHEM — For the No. 7 seed Ridgway Elkers soccer team, it was definitely not about the quantity of shots, just the quality.

STRATTANVILLE — Having already played a low scoring game earlier this season, both Clarion-Limestone and Brookville knew coming into their District 9 Class A quarterfinal playoff matchup that it would probably be another low scoring game. It certainly turned out that way with the top seeded …