Since graduating from Bradford Area High School last summer, the grind hasn’t stopped for former Owl soccer and track star Regan Johnson.
The look has remained largely the same since its inception in 1968.
It was perhaps expected that the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association wouldn’t take any substantive action on winter sports during its meeting Wednesday. After all, the topic of w…
The PIAA is giving the green light to schools to begin practices for winter sports this Friday across the state of Pennsylvania.
The talent was apparent from the season’s first starting gun.
When COVID-19 began spreading across the United States last spring and raged on in hotspots such as New York City, Ali Rinfrette felt she needed to do her part.
The call came from Kerry Snow, the former Big 30 All-Star who was a standout quarterback at Otto-Eldred and went on to play at Bucknell in the mid-1970s.
There’s much less fanfare going into the winter athletic season, to be sure.
Say this for Bradford High basketball: It’s been a bastion of stability for several decades now.
The Bradford Board of Education approved the beginning of winter sports at Monday night’s meeting.
After 10 years at the helm of Bradford High basketball, Brian Hobbs is resigning.
WARREN — The undefeated run has come to an end.
HERSHEY — Freshman Korie Dixon became the fourth Bradford High girls cross country runner to earn a state medal with her fourth place finish at states Saturday in Hershey with a time of 19:49.
How winter sports could look this academic year became a little clearer this week, as the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association released return to play guidance for schools.
This time, the championship was decided on the field, and for Bradford’s seniors, that made it all the sweeter.
DUKE CENTER — There was no questioning Otto-Eldred’s fight and composure during Tuesday night’s District 9 Class A quarterfinal game against Cameron County inside the Terror Dome.
Just like that, the 2020 football season is pretty much over for our local teams.
ST. MARYS — Elk County Catholic used a dominant serving performance to sweep visiting Sheffield 25-16, 25-19, 25-15 in the District 9 Class A quarterfinals Tuesday night.
BROCKWAY — Bradford’s quest for a third straight District 9 Class AAA crown came to an end Monday night as DuBois shut out the Owls, 5-0, during Monday’s title game at Frank Varischetti Field.
BROCKWAY — The Lady Owls still reign supreme over District 9.
PORT ALLEGANY — Much like how its season went, Port Allegany didn’t get the start it was looking for Friday night, but it sure got the finish.
DUKE CENTER — Friday night’s game between Otto-Eldred and Bradford resembled how each of the team’s seasons were going.
DUKE CENTER — With one game left on the schedule and a winless record, there’s not much else Bradford can do other than leave everything it has on the field tonight with no holding back, no re…
BROCKWAY — Coudersport’s season came to an end Wednesday night as the Falcons were blanked by Brockway, 5-0, in the District 9 Class 1A semifinals at Frank Varischetti Field.
BROCKWAY — This time around, a second-half rally never came to fruition.
Four quarters is all Bradford’s senior football players have left of their high school football careers.
One of District 9’s three champions has been crowned, and now the final two postseason matchups are slated for this weekend.
Several high school teams across Elk County’s four schools — Johnsonburg, Ridgway, St. Marys and Elk County Catholic — have been impacted by the spread of COVID-19 in Elk County.
COUDERSPORT — Three second-half goals and a hat trick from Christian Furman powered Coudersport to a 4-1 victory over Brookville during Monday’s District 9 Class 1A playoffs.
EMPORIUM — After falling behind after the third set, Cameron County rallied to win the final two in a five-set, North Tier League win over Galeton (25-15, 23-25, 23-25, 25-20, 15-10).
PORT ALLEGANY — With Port Allegany trailing by one at halftime, coach Tony Edgell had a simple message for his team: focus up and finish the job.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Saturday afternoon’s District 9 Class 1A semifinal between Redbank Valley and Coudersport was one the Bulldogs had been looking forward since last year.
NEW BETHLEHEM — Coudersport was in a very similar situation two years ago.
PORT ALLEGANY — Port Allegany head coach Justin Bienkowsk has said over and over again how fun it is to be around his team.
BROOKVILLE — Someone finally beat the Ridgway Elkers in the District 9 playoffs.