Seventeen area golfers earned postseason honors on Monday as the 2021 District 10 All-Region squads were announced.

Franklin junior Aidan McCracken, Oil City sophomore Charlie Motter and the Titusville duo of junior Kasen Neely and senior Tyler Durstine were all named to the first team on the Region 4 boys squad, which also included Maxx Rimdzius and Nate James of region champion Corry. Rimdzius was also named the region’s golfer of the year.


SLIPPERY ROCK — Martinsburg Central quarterback Jeff Hoenstine passed for two touchdowns and ran for another Friday night to propel the undefeated Dragons to a 35-6 victory over Grove City in a PIAA Class 3A football quarterfinal matchup at Slippery Rock University’s Mihalik-Thompson Stadium.

With only eight football teams still standing in Pennsylvania on the Class 1A gridiron, the Redbank Valley Bulldogs find themselves in that elite company for the second straight season. The question now is can they make it one step further?

CLARION — Sierra Bermudez set or tied a trio of single-game scoring records in dazzling fashion on Monday morning, leading Clarion University’s women’s basketball team to a 102-57 victory over Penn State Shenango at Tippin Gym.

BARBOURVILLE, Kentucky — Former Franklin High School swimming standout Madi Mathews of King University swam the anchor legs on a pair of women’s record-setting relay events on Sunday in the Union Invitational, which was the final competition of the fall semester.

SLIPPERY ROCK — Anthony Nemec ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns as Grove City captured the District 10 Class 3A title with a 28-20 victory over Slippery Rock in the championship game on Saturday at Slippery Rock University.

EAST STROUDSBURG — Clarion University’s volleyball team claimed the third Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) championship in program history on Saturday afternoon, defeating top-seeded Gannon 3-0 (25-14, 25-19, 25-17) at East Stroudsburg’s Koehler Fieldhouse. It is the Golden Eagl…

LOCK HAVEN – Outside hitter Cassidy Snider became the third player in program history to earn Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West Rookie of the Year honors, highlighting a trio of Golden Eagle volleyball players to earn All-PSAC West status in 2021.

With a roster that featured only seven seniors and facing a schedule that included seven future playoff teams, head coach Matt Turk knew his young Franklin Knights football team was going to be facing long odds for the 2021 season.

SLIPPERY ROCK — Early on in Clarion’s PIAA Class 1A volleyball semifinal on Tuesday night at Slippery Rock High School, the Bobcats almost looked mortal as they trailed District 7 champion Bishop Canevin 19-13 in the first set.

LOCK HAVEN — After leading the Clarion University men’s basketball team to their first 2-0 start in more than a decade, Gerald Jarmon was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West Division Offensive Athlete of the Week for Nov. 15.

SLIPPERY ROCK — Clarion Area’s PIAA Class 1A title defense stayed alive on Saturday at Slippery Rock High School, and it did so with ease in a 25-22, 25-22, 25-17 victory over Greensburg Central Catholic in the state quarterfinals.

EDINBORO — Hunter Hohman accounted for 345 yards of total offense and five touchdowns as Grove City rallied in the fourth quarter to come away with a 35-21 victory over Fort LeBoeuf on Saturday in a District 10 Class 3A semifinal matchup at Edinboro University.

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Clarion University’s women’s basketball team led at the halftime break but could not fend off Concord in the final 20 minutes as the Mountain Lions picked up a 72-70 win in Fairmont on Sunday afternoon.

RIMERSBURG — Caden Rainey and Mikey Card each found the end zone while Union/Allegheny-Clarion Valley’s defense came away with four interceptions as the Falcon Knights advanced to the District 9 Class 1A title game with a 14-8 victory over visiting Smethport on Friday night at Vidunas Stadium.

Clarion Area’s Korrin Burns and Kam Kerle joined Cranberry’s Matt Woolcock and Clarion-Limestone’s Morgan McNaughton as MVP selections as the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference released its all-conference teams for girls volleyball, golf and boys and girls cross country.

CLARION — The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced the members of their 100 Greatest Women’s Swimmers and Divers on Tuesday, and Dr. Jamie Wolf Jackel, a 2007 Clarion University graduate and 2014 inductee into the Clarion Sports Hall of Fame, was among those sele…

KNOX — After losing in a high-scoring contest in Week two of the regular season, Port Allegany tried a different strategy in the rematch against homestanding Keystone on Friday night in the District 9 Class 1A quarterfinals.

“We moved to the country so we could have a garden and enjoy wildlife,” we explained to our citified families 40-some years ago. Well, the first thing we learned is you can’t have both, a garden and wildlife. At least not without adequate fencing. To you, the person, the garden is an alterna…

After enduring the heat and humidity of August and the cold and rain of late October, while also dealing with the many difficult trails and hills in between, cross country’s elite will descend upon Hershey on Saturday to compete in the PIAA cross country championships.

CLARION — Korrin Burns blasted 18 kills, Noel Anthony piled up 24 set assists and Payton Simko served for 15 points with five aces on Tuesday night as Clarion’s volleyball team advanced to the District 9 Class 1A championship game with a 25-17, 25-11, 25-16 win over visiting Clarion-Limeston…

Rocky Grove’s boys cross country team took home the Class 1A title in the District 10 meet held Saturday at the Ed Myers Complex in Titusville while Cranberry swept the District 9 Class 1A championships at Ridgway.

It was wet and cold on Saturday night at the Franklin High School football field, but the poor weather conditions did not dampen the play of the Knights or of the visiting Lakeview Sailors as each squad put on quite a show for the fans in attendance, needing overtime to decide the winner of …

RIMERSBURG — Dawson Camper ran for three touchdowns while Skyler Roxbury and Ryan Cooper had two TD catches apiece as Union/Allegheny-Clarion Valley finished off its regular-season schedule Friday night with a 51-0 whitewash over visiting Coudersport in a District 9 crossover matchup.