CLARION — Meadville ended its season in a 30-6 loss to Jersey Shore in the PIAA quarterfinals on Saturday at Clarion University.
The Meadville Bulldogs football team beat up on fellow Region 5 opponents this season and were rewarded with 16 all-region honors and the region player of the year in Griffin Buzzell.
A few weeks ago, new Cochranton Lanes proprietor Lee Duck — after starting a game with the front eight — commented to teammate Larry Hoffman, “I don’t want to be the first one to throw a 300 game.”
STATE COLLEGE – As a team-wide flu-like illness cloaked Penn State last week, roster management for the Nittany Lions’ contest against Rutgers remained fluid even after kickoff.
Meadville hockey coach Jamie Plunkett has earned another milestone as he received his 1,100th win Tuesday night at the George S. DeArment Ice Arena. Meadville defeated Indiana 9-0 to give Plunkett the victory.
FAIRMONT, W. VA. — For Saegertown product Carlie Schlosser, a change of scenery was the refreshing experience she craved for her college years.
Meadville had the ball on its own nine-yard line. The Bulldogs had to drive nearly the entire field to win the game with about two and a half minutes left in regulation.
ERIE — After a first college cross country season that was both shortened and moved from fall to spring, Cambridge Springs native Alec Bidwell just wrapped up his first full season at Mercyhurst University.
The Allegheny football team bounced back from a 21-3 deficit at halftime to defeat Oberlin 42-38 in a North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) matchup on Saturday at Frank B. Fuhrer Field.
The Cochranton girls volleyball team will have their hands full when they face WPIAL champ Bishop Canevin today at Slippery Rock High School at noon.
The Allegheny football team is set to play their last football game of the season today and will face off in a North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) match versus Oberlin. Allegheny enters the contest at 2-7, 1-7 NCAC, whereas Oberlin comes in at 1-8, 1-7 NCAC.
STATE COLLEGE — Penn State senior wide receiver Jahan Dotson was responsible for every offensive score by the Nittany Lions this past weekend as his 242-yard, three-touchdown performance spearheaded a winning effort.
PITTSBURGH — At the beginning of the season, few would have thought a ranked Pitt football team would be favored to beat North Carolina in today’s prime-time November matchup.
Rodrick Baird’s enthusiastic theatrics when he is going for a 300 game are must-see – a graceful stare-down, semi-crouch towards the pins, a possible leg kick, and “come on” and “yeah” clench-fist screams.
COCHRANTON — The Cochranton Cardinals faced the Homer-Center Wildcats at The Bird Cage for the first round of the PIAA Class 1A girls volleyball playoffs on Tuesday.
ASHLAND, OH. — Through the heartbreak of a cancelled senior season and nagging injuries her first year of college, 2020 Meadville High graduate Elizabeth Adams has battled through some of her most disappointing times as an athlete over the last two years.
The Cochranton Cardinals girls volleyball team will host Homer Center for a PIAA first round playoff matchup today at 7 p.m.
The Conneaut Eagles girls volleyball team hopes to take advantage of its third straight Class 3A District 10 title.
EDINBORO — With less than 6 minutes left in Saturday's District 10 playoff game, Harbor Creek had the ball on the 1-yard line and was poised to make it a one possession game.
HERSHEY — Saegertown senior Paige Fuller will go down in school history as the first girl to medal at the PIAA Cross Country championship.
The Cochranton Cardinals overcame a slow start to beat West Middlesex in four sets 16-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-17 and win the Class 1A District 10 championship.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Maryland, like every other Penn State opponent this season, found out just how dangerous of a weapon the Nittany Lions have in wide receiver Jahan Dotson.
This Week's Circulars
Celebration of Life for Bruce Allen Marvin Sr., who went to be with the Lord on December 8, 2020. The service will be held at Troy Center Church in Centerville at 1 pm on December 11, 2021.
Robert Rerko, age 74, of Saegertown, PA passed away at home on November 24, 2021. There will no services. Arrangements have been entrusted to Hatheway-Tedesco Funeral Home and Crematory, 614 Baldwin St., Meadville, PA 16335.