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  • Blue Devils spikers outlast Tigers

    The Maplewood and Cambridge Springs boys volleyball teams squared off in a scorcher on Thursday night, with two of the four games going into extras.
    It was Cambridge Springs taking the match, however, defeating the visiting Tigers 25-19, 25-27, 25-13, 26-24.

    April 10, 2014

  • Meadville lacrosse drops home game to Grand River Academy

    The Meadville lacrosse team is still in the hunt for its first victory of the 2014 season after falling to Grand River Academy (Ohio) 10-4 on Thursday at Bender Field.
    Scoring goals for the Bulldogs were John Gizzie and Josh Orr with two apiece. Cody Passilla had three assists while Matt Lazusky added one helper.

    April 10, 2014

  • Jason Clune Clune was a nightmare for opposing defenses

    “You looked like you were having a good time out there,” we asked Jason Clune early in the 2013-14 boys basketball season, just after he had recorded 19 points and nine rebounds in the Bulldogs’ lopsided tip-off tournament win over Conneaut.
    He replied: “Oh, I always have a good time.”

    April 9, 2014 1 Photo

  • Brock shuts down Bears for third straight shutout win

    Natalie Brock has spent much of her high school softball career in the background while pitchers like current Union City star Noelle Wienczkowski and former aces Arianna Hanley of Saegertown and Taylor Smith of Maplewood have captured the limelight.
    Not anymore. In her senior season, Brock is making sure everyone knows just how good of a pitcher she is and has been the last four years.

    April 9, 2014

  • Bears rally in seventh to top Cards

    All game long, the Union City baseball team was looking for something positive to develop on offense. Opportunity after opportunity kept eluding the Bears.
    Finally, in the seventh inning, something did develop. And in a big way, as the Bears rang up four runs in their last at-bat to rally past Region 3 opponent Cochranton 4-3 on Wednesday.

    April 9, 2014

  • Eagles hold off ’Dogs

    Hard hit balls were flying all over Linesville Wednesday afternoon when Region 6 rivals Meadville and Conneaut clashed on the diamond.
    The hardest of those hits came off the bat of Conneaut’s Cole Baker, and it made the biggest impact in the Eagles’ 9-7 victory over the Bulldogs.

    April 9, 2014

  • Sada leads Panthers over Blue Devils

    Scott Sada went 3-for-3 with a double and a home run and pitched a two-hitter to lead Saegertown to 11-1 five-inning win over Cambridge Springs on Wednesday in Region 3 baseball action.
    Sada scored two runs and drove in two thanks to his two-run homer in the third inning. On the mound, Sada pitched all five innings. He walked two and struck out 10.

    April 9, 2014

  • Madi Bernarding Bernarding posts career year in return from injury

    Madi Bernarding has had a passion for basketball since she was able to dribble the ball.
    So when Dr. Stephanie Galey sat Bernarding down and told her there was a chance she would never play sports again, Bernarding was devastated.

    April 8, 2014 1 Photo

  • Cards win five-game thriller

    Cochranton had already seen Meadville a few times before heading into Tuesday’s non-region boys volleyball dual match at the Bird Cage. Neither time, though, had the Bulldogs had the same lineup on the floor.

    April 8, 2014

  • Bulldogs split opener with OC

    Once event down, one win in the books for the Meadville girls track and field team.
    Behind dominant performances from seniors Kendell Dickson and Heather Sternby, the girls’ squad easily cruised to a 118-32 win over visiting Oil City at the Barco-Duratz Athletic Complex Tuesday afternoon.

    April 8, 2014

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