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CLARION - Clarion-Limestone's Hayden Siegel claimed medalist honors with a 41 on Friday at Clarion Oaks Golf Club in the first boys KSAC mega match of the year.

Six-year-old Travis Uber of Franklin, who began racing competitively in motocross just two years ago, took first place in all three events this past weekend in the Big Game Raceway Triathlon at Hubbard, Ohio.

Former Clarion High School baseball standout Tanner Klein enjoyed a stellar game - both at the plate and on the mound - on Tuesday night for the playoff-bound Roswell (New Mexico) Invaders.

Franklin High School graduate Mike YaSenka has gotten his Major League Baseball career off to a scorching start since being taken in the 17th round of the draft by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2019 June draft.

Breylin Hagerty, Aeris Arthur and Aaron English each took home first-place trophies in their respective age groups on Saturday in the 17th Annual Venango Fatherhood Initiative Soapbox Derby, which was held in Rocky Grove.

Oil City resident Jim Bell collected five medals - including three gold medals - on Sunday in the Keystone State Games held at King's College in Wilkes-Barre.

OLEAN, New York - Tri-City Thunder's traveling 18U girls softball team made the final tournament of the program's history count as it captured the title of the Olean, N.Y., Synergy tournament this past weekend with a 5-0-1 record.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference has announced Clarion University's Christina Sather and West Chester University's Kaitlin Hatch as the league's 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year nominees.

Contrary to what you might think, we love big towns ... for short periods of time. If all you ever see is Venangoland, you get to thinking that it is not only the best, but the only way of life. Far from it. There is a mighty big world out there. There are lots of things to see, people to me…

About this time every summer, Larry Puleo feels like a kid again, about to relive a Christmas morning with plenty of presents under the tree.

Although many in attendence at Rennie Schneider Little League Field on Tuesday evening thought they were attending just a routine Little League 10U All-Star game, they ended up being treated to one of the most improbable, dramatic and utterly mind-blowing baseball games played at Hasson Heig…

After twice rallying from early deficits, Oil City's Junior League All-Stars couldn't overcome a four-run, fifth frame by Titusville in dropping a 9-5 decision on Tuesday evening in the losers' bracket final of the District 25 tournament at the Hasson Heights baseball complex.