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CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — It’s no secret that the Cambridge Springs girls basketball team has had the number of the Maplewood Tigers in recent memory. The Blue Devils had won all nine contests since Kyle Krepps took over the Tiger program before the 2015-16 season.

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With a starter missing in a line-up that already gives up points due to forfeits, Titusville coach Joel Stearns knew it was important for the Rockets to get bonus points where they could when the Brown and Gold hosted Commodore Perry in a Region 2 match Friday.

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GUYS MILLS — Having a short-term memory in sports is a key characteristic for any winning player or team.

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Sometimes in sports, it’s more important how you finish compared to how you start. That was the case for the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team in its non-region home contest against the visiting Jamestown Muskies on Thursday.

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History continues to be made at the Titusville High School Natatorium during the 2019-20 campaign. After seeing two records fall during the home opener on Monday, the Rocket boys achieved to more milestones on Thursday when Titusville completed a sweep of the visiting Hickory Hornets in Regi…

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UNION CITY — In facing a team with its leading scorer on the sidelines, the Maplewood Tigers boys basketball team had the opportunity to steal a victory from the Union City Bears in the Region 3 opener for both teams. However, the remaining Bears on the court stepped up to the challenge and …

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Through the first three games of the season, the Titusville Rockets girls basketball team has shown that it can compete with other teams around the district. However, the Rockets have also found out the hard way how important it is to stay out of foul trouble.

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The Titusville Rockets swim team brought the home crowd to its feet on multiple occasions during Monday’s Region 1 meet against the visiting Sharon Tigers at the THS Natatorium. Titusville swept both meets in their home opener for the 2019-20 campaign, while Zach Titus continued to shatter t…

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RIDGWAY — With the Rockets expecting five matches at the Ridgway Duals Saturday, the day was already going to be grueling. Despite that, THS shook off some early-morning rust and rebounded with two big wins to end the day to take earn second place after going 3-2.

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UNION CITY — With only one bout lasting beyond the first period of action, the Union City Bears and Maplewood Tigers wrestling teams made quick work on the mat during Friday’s Region 3 match. Union City utilized six forfeits and three pins to grab a 56-28 victory over the visiting Tigers.

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GUYS MILLS — It may have taken a while for the Maplewood girls basketball team to find its rhythm offensively on Thursday night against the Saegertown Panthers, but once the Tigers started connecting from long range, there was no slowing them down. 

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GUYS MILLS — Head coach John Parker and his Maplewood Tigers knew leading up to the season that coming away with victories in dual-matches would be extremely difficult with the amount of forfeits they would be giving up. In their first Region 3 contest on Wednesday, Maplewood surrendered 30 …

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In a showdown of unbeaten boys basketball teams, the visiting Meadville Bulldogs proved to be too quick for even the athletic Titusville Rockets squad to handle. Four players scored in double figures as part of the Bulldogs’ lightning fast transition game that handed the Rockets their first …

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FRANKLIN — Ever since Liz Kolodziejczak took over the Titusville Rockets girls basketball program, the focus has been on developing a tough defense. Monday night in the season-opener against the Franklin Knights, the Rockets defense was out in full force. However, the offense needed to go wi…

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ROCKY GROVE — The Rockets weren’t as dominant as they were in the opener on Friday, but they used a fast start and a strong finish Saturday to capture the ninth annual Roy Sanner Memorial Tip-Off Tournament championship with a 56-47 win over home-standing Rocky Grove.

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ROCKY GROVE — The defending Region 6 champions got off to a quick start to begin the 2019-20 campaign as the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team routed the Cranberry Berries, 96-52, in the opening game of the Rocky Grove Tip-Off Tournament. 

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The final batch of high school fall sports awards was released on Thursday as 11 Maplewood Tigers and six Titusville Rockets were named among the 2019 football all-region teams.

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Thiel Tomcat wrestler and 2018 Maplewood High School graduate Dylan Proper took third place at the Baldwin Wallace Invitational on Saturday to highlight this week of alumni action.

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Five Titusville Rockets and three Maplewood Tigers were named among the District 10 boys and girls soccer all-stars from the 2019 season as the all-region teams were released on Sunday. 

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Maplewood’s streak of churning out some of the best talent in District 10 girls volleyball continued in 2019, as the Tigers made it all the way to the Class 2A Championship Game. On Friday, Tiger Maggie Thomas was named the Region 2 Co-Player of the Year, while four of her teammates and thre…

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MEADVILLE — Maplewood’s bid for the first District 10 Football Championship in school history just fell short as the Tigers were defeated by the Farrell Steelers, 35-20, in Friday’s Class 1A title bout at Bender Field in Meadville.

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Maplewood and Farrell have simply been two of the best football teams this season, not just among the Class 1A teams of District 10, but of the entire district. But, for one of the two programs, the season will end tonight after the conclusion of the District 10 Class 1A Championship Game at…

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Playing with a lead can sometimes be a challenge for relatively younger teams. The Pitt-Titusville Panthers experienced what most would classify as a growing pain on Thursday in their season-opener against the visiting Jamestown Community College Jayhawks.

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HERSHEY — Titusville boys cross country runner Ezekiel White concluded his junior season with a 120th place finish at the PIAA Class 2A State Championships in Hershey on Saturday.

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BEAVER FALLS — Geneva College sophomore football player Brady Corklin, a 2017 Titusville High School graduate, was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday.

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HERMITAGE — All of the hard work put in during the past leading up to District 10 Cross Country Championships became worth it for one Titusville runner after the conclusion of Saturday’s races at Buhl Park. Rocket senior Ezekiel White ran a personal-best time by 25 seconds and qualified for …