DuBOIS — Two of the top girls soccer teams in District 9 battled it out for 100 minutes Thursday in DuBois, and in the end the host Lady Beavers and Karns City played to a 2-2 draw at the DuBois Middle School field.Neither team backed down in what was a very physical and well-played contest throughout.The visiting Lady Gremlins (7-0-1) grabbed an early lead just past the 3-minute mark, but the Lady Beavers defense settled in from there and held Karns City scoreless for nearly 67 minutes...
DuBOIS — DuBois Area High School hosted its 11th Annual Golf Tournament Wednesday, with nearly 130 competitors teeing it up on a beautiful day at Treasure Lake’s Silver Course.The tournament always draws some of the top boys and girls teams from Districts 6, 9 and 10, and this year’s event was no different.
After four weeks of inter-division matchups to start the season, crossover action in the Allegheny Mountain League has ended, with the North and South division teams set to battle amongst themselves for the final five weeks of the season.South play kicks off Friday night with a pair of premier undefeated matchups — Ridgway at Brockway and Curwensville at Kane — worthy of being the Game of the Week.All four teams posted 4-0 records in crossover, action as did Bradford, with Friday’s games in...
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