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.
ULYSSES — Bradford’s offense was firing on all cylinders, as eight different Owls scored in a 13-1 romp at Northern Potter.
Fall sports made a return to Parkway Field Monday night as the Bradford girls soccer team dominated Elk County Catholic 7-0.
They’re a work in progress, but with nine letterwinners back, the Bradford Lady Owls figure to still be a formidable soccer club, even as they figure out how to replace some stars from 2019.
Things are going to look a lot different for the Bradford boys soccer team in 2020, and for a couple reasons.
It wasn’t just another implausible plan for a season in the next calendar year.
OLEAN, N.Y. — It was just the sort of sendoff Bradford soccer’s senior group had hoped for.
OLEAN, N.Y. — From the outset, this year’s Corporate Cup was destined to be different for the Pennsylvania boys team.
OLEAN, N.Y. — The games weren’t played until a full 11 weeks after the original date, they ended up being contested across the border from the scheduled state, the site was a first-ever venue …
OLEAN, N.Y. — Make it two in a row, albeit under different circumstances this time, for the Pennsylvania girls at the NY/PA Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase.
KERSEY — It hasn't been the usual run-up to the annual New York/Pennsylvania Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase, but suffice it to say this year's girls squad from Pennsylvania is eager for the cha…
KERSEY — The objective is simple: end the streak.
More than three months after schools shut down, taking high school sports with them, Ryan McKnight wasn’t sure what to expect when his team for the New York/Pennsylvania Corporate Cup Soccer S…
(Editor’s note: This is the next in a series in which the Times Herald and Bradford Era will be presenting the best season/team accomplishment for every school in the Big 30. The staffs at bot…
Mike Martel figured his team was done for the summer.
It was a triumph of persistence.
OLEAN, N.Y. — In the face of blanket cancelations and lost seasons, Kris Linderman, from the beginning, was determined to avoid a similar fate.
During their four years at Bradford Area High School, Erica Marshall and Caleb Nuzzo combined to play seven different sports, won countless games and events, and helped elevate the Owls’ athle…
Since the NCAA allowed voluntary workouts to begin June 1, major college football programs have been forced to deal with multiple COVID-19 cases sooner rather than later.
The PIAA strengthened its stance against “ethnic and racially insensitive comments” by making those and other unsportsmanlike actions punishable with a two-game suspension.
It was the news that thousands of athletes across Pennsylvania had been waiting for.
After nearly three months without games, practices or organized team workouts, Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday gave the go-ahead for the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) to …
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine on Wednesday provided the first specific guidance for the return of sports in Pennsylvania — both at the professional a…
How will high school sports safely return and what will they look like when they do?
Sunday was supposed to be the day high school soccer players from New York and Pennsylvania took the field at Pitt-Bradford for the fourth annual Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase.
It all began in the summer of 1999.
During times such as this, it is so important that we all maintain our mental, emotional and physical well-being. We all need an outlet to help us cope with the changes we are dealing with in …