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NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball’s amateur draft begins Wednesday night with the first of a pandemic-shortened five rounds. Detroit has the No. 1 overall pick for the second time in three years after taking pitcher Casey Mize in 2018. 

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Although the weather wasn’t ideal for an opening, with light showers and temperatures around 50 degrees Fahrenheit, four local golf courses were among the courses in the state allowed to reopen on Friday thanks to restrictions on limited outdoor recreational activities being lifted as announ…

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Water is something we as Americans can take for granted. Whether it’s turning the faucet on to wash our hands, take a shower or drink, it can be easy to lose sight of the fact that clean water access is something that not everyone else in the world can enjoy with as little of effort.

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Despite no high school sports being played due to the COVID-19 pandemic, basketball teams in District 10 can start preparing for the next two seasons after the district finalized the basketball regions for the 2020-22 cycle.

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On Sunday, I was able to convince my fiancee to watch “Field of Dreams” with me for the first time. Apparently, we had already burned through enough options during this quarantine to get into the sports category, which brought me much excitement.

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Baseball players constantly talk about having and sticking to a routine. However, for players in Major League and Minor League Baseball, the yearly routine of preparing for the season at spring training in either Arizona or Florida was devastatingly disrupted when MLB Commissioner Rob Manfre…

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When I walked through the front door of my apartment after getting home from work last night, my fiancee asked if I was okay, saying that I looked like I was down in the dumps as of recently.

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Although there is still hope that 2019-20 swimming season will be properly closed with the completion of the AA portion of the PIAA Championship Meet, the District 10 coaches have voted on the region all-star teams with six Titusville boys swimmers making the cut.

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With the PIAA winter season prematurely coming to an end due to the coronavirus pandemic, District 10 released the results of the voting for the all-region teams for boys and girls basketball. Titusville’s Guy Anthony and Maplewood’s Jordan Roser received the highest honors among the five lo…

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ERIE — For a team that used the 3-point dagger to stifle its opponents all season long, the Maplewood Tigers girls basketball team saw the roles reversed on Friday. In the first round of the PIAA Class 2A Tournament, The Ellis School Lady Tigers went 7 of 17 from beyond the arc en route to a…

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FARRELL — Although the Maplewood Tigers girls basketball team wasn’t able to pull off the upset against the defending state runner-up West Middlesex Big Reds in the District 10 Class 2A Championship Game on Saturday at Farrell High School, the Tigers earned the respect of their counterparts …

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GENEVA, Ohio — After six Titusville Rockets boys swimmers qualified for states on Day 1 of the District 10 Swimming Championships, the six state-bound swimmers earned a few more spots, and broke a couple of school records in the process, on Day 2 at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio on Saturday.

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SHARON — With a trip to states on the line, every wrestler at the Sharon High School gymnasium was on mission. As far Titusville’s Seth Donovan and Maplewood’s Joey King, the local duo went undefeated on the first day of action at the PIAA AA Northwest Regional Tournament and will begin toda…

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MEADVILLE — A date in the District 10 Class 2A Semifinals proved hard to come by for the Maplewood girls basketball team on Saturday at Meadville High School when the Tigers matched up against the Mercer Mustangs.

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GROVE CITY — For the second time in the 2019-20 high school sports calendar, a Farrell Steelers team has knocked one of the Maplewood Tigers squads out of the District 10 playoffs.

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SLIPPERY ROCK — The underdog Titusville Rockets boys basketball team gave the pro-Hickory crowd at Slippery Rock University’s Morrow Field House reason to pause with stomachs churning full of nerves during the opening 16 minutes of their District 10 Class 4A Quarterfinal on Thursday night.

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For the third straight year, the Titusville YMCA Swim Team (TYST), the Tiger Sharks, are alone atop the ranks of the Northwest PA YMCA Swim League. On Saturday, at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio, out-performed teams from the Bradford, Corry, Eastside, Erie County, Franklin, Jamestown, M…

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MEADVILLE — A week of turmoil for the Maplewood Tigers wrestling program ended on a high note Saturday at the Class 2A Section 1 tournament at Meadville High School.

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SHARON — The Titusville Rockets had wrestlers in only 10 of 14 weight classes competing at the Class 2A Section 2 Tournament that concluded at Sharon High School on Saturday. Seven of them, including one champion and one runner-up, will return to the venue for the District 10 Tournament this…

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Long before the best team in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is crowned, district titles are won and lost. The right to continue in the Class 2A tournament was on the line at The Woodshed Friday night when the Maplewood Tigers defeated the West Middlesex Big Reds, 58-56. 

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SHARON — Titusville wrestlers Seth Donovan (126), Jarrod Rodgers (152), Joe Jacobson (220) and Gage Sutton (285) survived Friday’s opening action at the Section 2 Tournament in Sharon and will start today’s competition in the semifinal rounds.

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MEADVILLE — Dylan Reed (195) and Joey King (220) made it through the first two rounds of competition at the Section 1 Tournament on Friday at Meadville High School to advance to today’s semifinal rounds.

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WATERFORD — Momentum is king when heading into any postseason tournament, and that’s especially true for this season’s Titusville Rockets boys basketball team, who needed a win to break-up a logjam in the Region 6 standings Tuesday night visiting the Ft. LeBoeuf Bison. 

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UNION CITY — There was plenty to celebrate Monday night as the Maplewood Tigers girls basketball team clinched a bye in the first round of the District 10 playoffs by downing the Union City Bears in a Region 2 contest. 

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CONNEAUT, Ohio — If a member of the Titusville Rockets girls basketball team happened to forget a birthday present for Carly Moon on Saturday afternoon, they could have wrapped their 45-40 Region 3 win up in a bow, instead. 

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FRANKLIN — The Maplewood Tigers were unable to slow down the initial senior surge of the Rocky Grove Orioles, who celebrated the final home games of Zac Clayton, Eli Dickson and Gabe Francic. Rocky Grove scored the first seven points of the contest and forced Maplewood to play from behind al…

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GUYS MILLS — Maplewood celebrated its senior wrestlers during Wednesday night’s non-region dual against the visiting Commodore Perry Panthers. Although the Tigers came up short by a 33-27 margin, three of the four Maplewood seniors came away with memorable wins in their final home matches.

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GUYS MILLS — Tears of joy were shared all around The Woodshed on Thursday night, as the Maplewood Tigers girls basketball team celebrated its seniors and winning the Region 2 championship with a 68-41 thrashing of the visiting Cochranton Cardinals.

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GUYS MILLS — Three Maplewood High School seniors signed their respective letters of intent on Wednesday to join the Division 2 level of collegiate athletics. Maggie Thomas, JD McFadden and Bryan Kelly were joined by their parents, coaches and athletic staff in The Woodshed gymnasium as part …

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ERIE — The Titusville Rockets girls basketball team gave the defending District 10 Class 3A champion Mercyhurst Prep Lakers all they could handle in a Region 3 showdown at The Launch Pad back on Jan. 6, in a 45-44 contest that went in favor of the Lakers. 

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GUYS MILLS — Thursday's rematch and de facto Region 2 championship game between the Cambridge Springs Blue Devils and Maplewood Tigers had all of the makings of a game to remember. Emotions were running high for both clubs, the crowd was into the contest until the end and the game wasn’t dec…

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GIRARD — The pressure of competing on the road in the District 10 playoffs, while battling some sickness in the lineup, wasn’t too much for the Titusville Rockets wrestling team to overcome in Wednesday’s 39-37 win over the Region 4 co-champion Girard Yellow Jackets.

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Titusville swimmer Zach Titus is ready to take his talents to the collegiate level, and the St. Bonaventure Bonnies will be the beneficiary of his services for the next handful of seasons.

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ERIE — The defending Region 6 champion Titusville Rockets boys basketball team fell to the Region 7 Cathedral Prep Ramblers in a Saturday afternoon showdown, 67-52, at the Hagerty Events Center.

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YOUNGSVILLE — For Maplewood wrestler JD McFadden, Wednesday night was the culmination of four years of hard work on the mat as the Tiger senior earned his 100th career victory to help the Maplewood Tigers earn a 47-9 rout of the homestanding Youngsville Eagles for their first Region 3 victor…

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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 …