Cochranton claims District 1 title
Cochranton came into the District 1 Little League softball tournament with a little chip on its shoulders.
Youngsters shine at annual triathlon
There’s a lot of love in a triathlon, according to 15-year-old Washington, Pa., resident Stephen Day.
Cochranton punches ticket to District 1 final
It seems that no lead is safe against the Cochranton Little League All-Stars softball team.
Walters put the ‘P’ower in Panthers
During his freshman and sophomore seasons with the French Creek Valley American Legion baseball team, Saegertown’s Tyler Walters donned a jersey which very nearly had his last name stitched on the back.
The jersey read: “Walpers.”
Cochranton’s Brock mowed down the competition
Natalie Brock is quiet and reserved by nature. And for three years, Brock went about her business inside the pitcher’s circle the same way.
But that isn’t exactly the way she finished things up.
Brock’s senior season was resounding.
All season long, write-ups in The Meadville Tribune documenting the efforts of the Saegertown boys volleyball team almost always included a line that read a little something like: “Leading the way for Saegertown were Alex and Brendon Barclay ...”
Cochranton LL girls rally
The Cochranton Little League All-Stars got knocked down. But they got up again, rallying from a three-run deficit to defeat Lakeland 7-4 during a District 1 softball showdown on Thursday at the Sadsbury Recreation Complex.
Haynes, Freyermuth lift Cards to win
Unleashing a formidable 1-2 punch in pitcher Ian Haynes and slugger Curtis Freyermuth, Cochranton opened the District 1 Little League Baseball Tournament in fine fashion with a 7-2 win over Mid-East on Wednesday night.
Penguins hire Johnston as coach
The Pittsburgh Penguins have insisted during their extensive front office overhaul that the on-ice product doesn’t need to change much for the franchise to return to the NHL’s elite.
Woods holds on to win first OBWI crown
At one point during Tuesday’s round, Marilyn Woods turned to cart-mate Lori Mort and said:
“‘This is really getting to me,’” she recalled, lightly rapping her fist against her chest right where her heart resides.
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