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For the second straight Region 6 cross country meet, the Titusville Rockets brought out the brooms for a sweep of their opponent.

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TOWNVILLE — Possession of the ball found itself at Meadville’s feet in their offensive territory early and often during Tuesday’s Region 3 girls soccer contest at Maplewood. The visiting Bulldogs mustered up 39 shots over the course of the afternoon, and put two into the back of the net in t…

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MEADVILLE — The Titusville Rockets golf team had a chance to see where it measured up against a wide variety of teams in the district at Tuesday’s Meadville Invitational.

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Riding the high from back-to-back wins into Monday’s Region 4 matchup against the visiting Saegertown Panthers, the Titusville Rockets boys soccer team was looking to pull into the upper tier in the region standings. However, Titusville was unable to find an answer to Saegertown’s two goals …

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GUYS MILLS — After falling in their first game of the season at Northwestern, the Maplewood Tigers football team was on the hunt for the first win of the campaign on Friday night. However, a change at quarterback and inexperience in the trenches proved too much to overcome, as the Tigers fel…

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FRANKLIN – For the second time in three nights, the Titusville boys soccer team played from behind en route to a dramatic finish. On Thursday evening, the Rockets were tasked with fighting off a pestilential Franklin offense that poured on 43 shots against Joey Banner, but the locals’ netmin…

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UNION CITY — Defending their home course, the Union City Bears golf team capped off its run to a Region 3 title by claiming the final region mega match of the 2020 season at the Union City Country Club on Thursday.

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TOWNVILLE — Even though the season has just begun, the Maplewood Tigers girls soccer team has already been forced to make adjustments. After losing three starters — Brooke Reynolds, Madalyn Zook and Adrianna Stearns — in Monday’s 2-1 overtime loss at Franklin, the Tigers have had to rework t…

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2020 has not been shorted out of change. With the new parameters that apply for scholastic cross country this season, the Titusville Rockets played host to the Eisenhower Knights at the Ed Myer Complex in Region 6 action on Tuesday. It was the first dual-meet for the Rockets this season, as …

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GUYS MILLS — Experience is a pivotal factor, no matter the sport, and it proved to be the biggest factor in Tuesday’s Region 4 opener between the Maplewood Tigers and Titusville Rockets.

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GUYS MILLS — In the first varsity action of any sport to take place in the newly-renovated gymnasium of Maplewood High School, the Maplewood Tigers girls volleyball team used its resiliency to rally from behind to beat the visiting Cochranton Cardinals in four sets in non-region action.

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The thrill of having Titusville Rocket varsity football back under the Friday night lights of Carter Field was rudely squashed by the visiting Meadville Bulldogs. Using a high-powered rushing attack, the Bulldogs pummeled their way past the Rockets, 45-6, in the non-region season-opener.

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ALBION – When District 10 released the revised regions for fall sports, the revamped groups in football garnered a lot of attention. For Maplewood, the Tigers’ new region features many of the same opponents from the previous cycle. However, Region 4 also holds two Class 2A competitors, inclu…

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HARTFORD, Ohio — After two months off due to COVID-19 mandates, Sharon Speedway will return to racing tonight and Saturday night with the running of the annual Apple Festival Nationals. Seven different divisions will compete at some point during the weekend with racing beginning at 7 both ev…

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The sawdust has settled, and the sounds of hammers and nails are about to be a thing of the past. Like many others schools in Crawford County, Titusville High School’s gymnasium got a much-needed makeover during the summer months. Work that began in the end of May is nearing its completion a…

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The head coaching positions of the Titusville High School soccer programs have been filled after Monday night’s Titusville Area School District (TASD) school board meeting. Luke Dye has been officially hired to head the girls team, while former girls head coach Joey Timon has transferred ove…

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After getting the green light from the PIAA to start the fall sports season last week, the District 10 Committee voted unanimously to allow Titusville, Maplewood and the remainder of the schools in the district to plan for a normal start to the season during Wednesday’s virtual ZOOM meeting.

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When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the operations of Major League Baseball in mid-March, Miami Marlins prospect and former Titusville Rocket JJ Bleday was left in limbo. Over the past few months, there was an uncomfortable uncertainty about the likelihood of a season being played in 2020 b…

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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.