A 10-strikeout night on the mound for Alex Vollmer and four-run seventh led the way for a 6-1 St. Marys win over Bradford on the Owls’ senior night.
Otto-Eldred 13, Port Allegany 3, 5 innings
PUNXSUTAWNEY — Bradford jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first, but Punxsutawney took the lead for good in the bottom half of the inning to earn a second win over the Owls this season.
DUBOIS — Through three innings, little separated the Bradford baseball team from DuBois.
ELDRED — Otto-Eldred remained undefeated and clinched the Northern Allegheny League title with an 11-1 victory over Oswayo Valley Wednesday in five innings.
PORT ALLEGANY — A.J. Redmond struck out six batters while allowing just two hits in a 10-1 victory over Port Allegany in six innings.
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford softball team clinched a share of the AMCC regular-season title with its sweep of LaRoche on Saturday afternoon in Bradford.
ELDRED — Jake Merry struck out 16 batters and his offense provided plenty of run support in Otto-Eldred’s 10-1 win over Smethport on Saturday.
Smethport 11, Coudersport 7
DUKE CENTER — A pair of home runs propelled Otto-Eldred to a 15-0, four-inning victory over Smethport.
Otto-Eldred scored at least two runs in each of the first four innings en route to an 11-1, five-inning victory over the winless Bradford Owls (0-7).
DUKE CENTER — Johnsonburg overcame a 3-0 deficit by plating 12 total runs within the fifth and sixth innings en route to a 12-3 road win over Otto-Eldred.
LEWIS RUN — Winless Bradford had a slim lead early before unraveling in the fourth inning, surrendering eight runs to Elk County Catholic in a 16-5 loss.
Jordan Uhing pitched a no-hitter on Tuesday, as the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford softball team swept the Medaille Mavericks in an AMCC doubleheader.
KANE — Kane played just as sloppy as Bradford but still managed to defeat the Lady Owls in a 23-12, five-inning affair.
Tina Phillips, in her 18th season coaching the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford softball team, recently hit a career milestone recently, winning her 300th game during a doubleheader sweep …
PORT ALLEGANY — A seven-run first inning and a six-run third paved the way for a 14-2 victory for Port Allegany over Bradford Saturday in five innings.
GALETON — On a chilly afternoon, the Otto-Eldred baseball team’s bats warmed up to score 11 runs on nine hits en route to an 11-4 win over Galeton in Northern Allegheny action on Friday.
SHINGLEHOUSE — Max Splain pitched a five-inning no-hitter to help lead Otto-Eldred to a 13-0 road win over Oswayo Valley.
COUDERSPORT — Derek Easton surrendered one hit while striking out eight batters as Coudersport (3-0) blitzed Cameron County, 15-0, in three innings.
MT. JEWETT — Carson Whiteman tossed a no-hitter Friday to lead Kane to a 1-0 win over Smethport and the team’s third straight win.
PORT ALLEGANY — In a game largely defined by its pitching performances, the Otto-Eldred baseball team’s three fifth-inning runs were the difference in its 5-2 win against Port Allegany on Thursday.
SMETHPORT — An explosive night at the plate and a combined perfect game from Abby Wolfe, Bri Heller and Kate Rhinehart on the mound gave Otto-Eldred an 18-0 win over Smethport in three innings.
With spring sports competition just under a week away, the message and tone are clear — coaches and players are ready to get back at it.
SMETHPORT — It certainly hasn’t been a typical season for any college athlete. Just ask Smethport alumna Abbey Woodard.
DUBOIS — With their senior seasons canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, softball players across District 9 had seen their last bit of local competition.
DUBOIS — Chris Shaw found himself in a position not unlike most parents of athletes around the country.
The PIAA strengthened its stance against “ethnic and racially insensitive comments” by making those and other unsportsmanlike actions punishable with a two-game suspension.
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It all began in the summer of 1999.