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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 …

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KARNS CITY — All seasons must come to an end at some point, and Friday was that time for the Titusville Rockets football team. Knocked out of District 10 playoff contention previously, the Rockets were playing for something more than just a win on the stat sheet. They were looking ahead to t…

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The Titusville Middle School Rockets girls cross country team managed to earn a third-place finish over all in the District 10 Cross Country Championships at Union City on Wednesday.

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SAEGERTOWN — Maplewood had its sights set on the school record books from the beginning of the season. The Tigers knew the current drought the program has experienced in relation to region titles and playoff victories, among notable statistics. 

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More than 300 runners began and ended their race day at the Titusville Middle School during the 11th annual Oil Creek 100 Trail Runs and two of them can leave town with records attached to their names. Racers from across the country took part in either the 50K, 100K or 100-mile races that be…

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The 2019 Titusville Area Youth Football season came to a close on Wednesday as the Green Hornets, Golden Eagles and Red Ramblers played their final matches for the year.

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It was a cold and rainy time on Wednesday as the Titusville Rockets boys soccer team took on the Harbor Creek Huskies. However, despite a mix of miserable weather and a major loss of 11-2, coach Rich Whalen is feeling pretty happy with the game.

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Some dreary weather may have put a damper on the affair, but Titusville Area Youth Football still managed to be back in action for another set of three games Wednesday evening.

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GUYS MILLS — Friday’s Region 2 matchup between the Union City Bears and the Maplewood Tigers was a battle for control of the region standings — with the winner setting themselves up for a clear path to the region championship. And for three nearly quarters, both clubs played a pretty even contest.

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GUYS MILLS — The Maplewood Tigers football team had Sept. 20, 2019 marked on its calendar ever since the season’s schedule had been announced. After suffering a first-round playoff loss to the Reynolds Raiders a year ago in a game that featured a handful of ejections, the Tigers were out for…

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Some defensive gaps, as well as a string of bad luck in the second half, led the Titusville Rockets boys soccer team to a 7-3 loss to the Eisenhower Knights on the road Wednesday in non-region action.

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Puzzling out how to contain an aggressive and fast offensive Mercyhurst line proved too much to ask of the Titusville Rockets during Friday’s home football game, as the brown and gold suffered their first setback of the season with a 56-0 Region 6 loss at Carter Field. 

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GUYS MILLS — So far this season, the only thing that has slowed the Maplewood Tigers down has been themselves. With a 41-0 rout of the visiting Cambridge Springs Blue Devils, the Tigers improved to 4-0 on the season and pleased their fans to kick off homecoming weekend.

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WEST MIDDLESEX — Maplewood has had the knack for the big play throughout the early portions of the 2019 season, and the Tigers were able to create a few more of them on Friday to overcome a sloppy first half and beat the West Middlesex Big Reds, 39-12, in a non-region battle of two unbeaten teams.

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COCHRANTON – All didn’t go smoothly for Titusville Friday in Cochranton, but the effort was enough for a 21-0 blanking of the Cardinals that moved the Brown and Gold to 3-0 on the season.

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It may not have been an entirely straightforward climb to the top, but the Titusville Rockets girls volleyball team managed a sweep against the Erie High School Royals at the former’s season opener at the Launch Pad on Wednesday.

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Despite a promising first half, the Titusville Rockets boys soccer team were unable to keep up the steam in their season opener match against the Girard Yellow Jackets, falling 8-1.