With no ambiguity, the Big 30 Charities Classic is going to happen in 2021.
Close distance to home, soccer and the preferred area of study.
We’re entering the final stretch of the 2021 basketball regular season.
CLEARFIELD — A school-record three wrestlers from Port Allegany won district titles over the weekend in Clearfield during the District 9 AA Championships.
PORT ALLEGANY — Bree Garzel’s career-high 40 points powered Port Allegany to a 60-36 home win over Bradford Saturday for its seventh straight victory.
EMPORIUM — Ridgway held Cameron County to just three points in the fourth quarter to mount a comeback and upset the Red Raiders, 34-32.
Friday night’s bout between Bradford and Port Allegany certainly won’t be remembered as a thing of beauty.
DUKE CENTER — If there was any indication of whether the Otto-Eldred boys basketball team has bought into head coach Steve Bell’s system, the answer was put on display Friday night against Smethport.
RIDGWAY — Leading by just one point heading into the fourth quarter, Port Allegany used a 16-6 run in the game’s final period to get by Ridgway, 40-29.
For Otto-Eldred, it came down to execution.
DUKE CENTER — Coudersport is back in the driver’s seat, and it was able to get a sweet bit of revenge along the way.
SMETHPORT — For the second game in a row, a slow start proved to be Smethport’s undoing.
DUKE CENTER — After suffering just its second loss of the season to Elk Catholic Saturday, Otto-Eldred bounced back the way it needed to Tuesday night inside the Terror Dome.
RIDGWAY — Dan Park’s 25-point afternoon led Ridgway past Bradford at home, 49-29, on Saturday.
DUKE CENTER — In its recent practices, the Otto-Eldred girls basketball team had been putting an extra emphasis on ramping up its offense.
AUSTIN — Hayden Brown poured in 20 points to lead Cameron County to a 49-39 road victory over Austin on Thursday.
KANE — Now at full strength, Kane used a balanced attack to pull away from Otto-Eldred at home Thursday night, 57-44.
SMETHPORT — It was nearly a disaster.
Following Tuesday night’s road loss to Kane, Bradford coach Bob Hannon said he was looking for more complete, all-around contributions from the Lady Owls.
KANE — A back-and-forth contest between two teams with two-game losing streaks ended with Kane earning a 39-31 victory over Bradford on its Senior Night.
KANE — With its season at a crossroads and facing a 12-point deficit entering the second half, Bradford decided to turn up the pressure on Kane.
SMETHPORT — A nailbiter in Smethport Monday night ended with the Hubbers earning a 48-47 victory over St. Marys.
PORT ALLEGANY — The Port Allegany girls basketball team beat Kane on Senior Day, 35-26, on Saturday for its fourth straight win.
In a game where it made four more field goals than Smethport, Bradford still found itself on the wrong end of the scoreboard.
EMPORIUM — Cameron County raced out to a 10-point lead, withstood a second-quarter St. Marys run and pulled away in the fourth to top the Flying Dutchmen, 38-23.
Coudersport used a stifling defense and quick-strike offense to top Bradford at the Owls’ Nest Thursday night, 51-15.
EMPORIUM — Bri Heller took a pass from Katie Sheeler and scored the go-ahead basket late in the fourth quarter as Otto-Eldred avenged its only loss of the season so far against Cameron County …
It’s an opportunity Jeff Puglio didn’t think he’d get again.
SMETHPORT — Alex Ognen scored a game-high 22 points, leading the Smethport boys basketball team to a 55-26 home victory over Galeton on Wednesday.
As the clock wound down to all zeros and the buzzer sounded, Otto-Eldred’s players and coaches couldn’t help but erupt.
DUKE CENTER — In a rare matchup that came down to the wire, the Otto-Eldred girls basketball team stood tall at the end with a 38-34 win over St. Marys, inside the Terror Dome Tuesday night.
The sentiment is shared by just about every winter sports team right now.
SMETHPORT — Ridgway used a big second quarter to top Smethport 36-29 in a rematch of teams that met in last year’s District 9 Class AA playoffs.
DUKE CENTER — With its back against the wall, Elk Catholic decided it was time for a change.
The opportunities were there for Bradford.