This year’s Big 30 All-Star soccer team produced five players from the state of Pennsylvania.
WARREN — The undefeated run has come to an end.
This time, the championship was decided on the field, and for Bradford’s seniors, that made it all the sweeter.
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.
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.
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.
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.
It was the most 2020 way to end the high school boys soccer regular season.
PORT ALLEGANY — Edward Messineo scored twice to power Elk County Catholic to a 2-1 win at Port Allegany.
It was decided weeks ago that Bradford’s junior varsity players would play during the team’s varsity matchup against Northern Potter on Monday, according to head coach Wes Lohrman.
It’s rare that a double-digit win in soccer feels somewhat routine, but for Bradford’s Lady Owls, romps have become customary during this 2020 season in the Intermediate Unit 9 bubble.
KANE — Jon Mishic and Jon Feikls each recorded hat tricks as Kane evened its record to 6-6 with a 9-0 thumping of Northern Potter.
It wasn’t a position he was sure about taking, but the move sure paid off for Bradford goalkeeper Zach Williams Tuesday night.
ST. MARYS — When St. Marys took a 1-0 lead over the Bradford girls soccer team less than two minutes into Monday’s game, Bradford head coach Warren Shaw didn’t panic.
ST. MARYS — Julia Aikens registered six kills and three aces, Moira Stanisch tallied 19 assists and four kills and Tami Geci supplied 24 digs as Elk Catholic swept Bradford (25-20, 25-17, 25-15).
COUDERSPORT — Coudersport jumped out to a two-goal lead early in the second half, but Bradford managed to rally back late for a 3-2 win over the hosting Falcons.
KANE — Mackenzie Lucas tallied four goals as the Bradford girls soccer team cruised past Kane on Wednesday, 11-0.
Following Bradford’s 7-1 road win over Elk County Catholic last Thursday, head coach Wes Lohrman admired the team’s ability to have different players step up and be goal scorers.
It’s become the formula for success for the Bradford Lady Owls this season, and on Monday night, they showcased it again.
GALETON — Trailing 3-1 20 minutes into the game, Bradford went a man down and proceeded to rally for a 6-5 win over Galeton.
COUDERSPORT — Holding onto leads has been a concern for Coudersport head coach Erich Zaun and his team this season.
PORT ALLEGANY — Three second half goals paved the way for a 3-0 road win for Bradford over Port Allegany on Tuesday.
RIDGWAY — Kelsea Austin, Mackenzie Lucas and Emily Bosworth each had three markers as the Bradford Lady Owls raced past Ridgway, 13-0.
GALETON — Ty Guilds recorded 25 saves for Port Allegany, but the Gators couldn’t capitalize on his big performance in a 4-0 loss at Galeton.
PORT ALLEGANY — The Bradford girls soccer team improved to 5-0 on the year with a 13-1 rout of Port Allegany Thursday.
SMETHPORT — Josh Greville scored a first-half goal for Kane, and the Wolves made that lead stand in a narrow 1-0 win against Port Allegany in Smethport on Tuesday.
SMETHPORT — Port Allegany overcame an early two-goal deficit to knock off Kane in overtime, 4-3. The two teams tied in a double overtime stalemate last week.
Bradford improved its record to 3-0 Monday night after beating Galeton by a score of 6-2 in the team’s home opener at Parkway Field.
ST. MARYS — Maddi Cowburn returned from an injury to score two goals and add an assist as Bradford stormed past Elk County Catholic, 7-0.
Port Allegany 2, Elk Catholic 1
COUDERSPORT — Three different Coudersport players scored, while goalkeeper Rosalyn Page kept Port Allegany off the board until nearly the end of the game as the Falcons toppled Port Allegany, 3-1.
The Bradford girls soccer team scored four goals in the second half to pull away from Ridgway Thursday en route to a 5-0 win at Parkway Field Thursday.