OIL CITY — Thanks to COVID-19, all postseason football games in District 10 are being played at the site of the designated home team, and Oil City fans had waited a long time for a chance to see their Oilers clinch district gold on their own turf.
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…
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…
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…
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…
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.
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.
In a major turnaround compared to the season so far, both the Red Ramblers and the Green Hornets were able to achieve shutout victories over the Golden Eagles in the third night of games for Titusville Area Youth Football on Wednesday.
Wednesday marked the opening of the 2019 Titusville Youth Football season, as the Golden Eagles, Red Ramblers and Green Hornets returned to Carter Field for another year of tackles and touchdowns.
A familiar face will be back in the ring at the Crawford County Fair on Saturday. After making appearance many years ago, promoter Aaron Madden has announced that former WWE star Gangrel will be making his return and headlining “A Fair Amount of Insanity: Chapter 18.”
GUYS MILLS — After racking up just two hits in Wednesday’s 2-0 victory against DuBois, Titusville was looking to find more offense on Thursday in their second elimination game in as many days in the PA Section 1 Junior League Tournament at Jake Boyle Memorial Field.
Growing up playing softball in the Oil Region, former Titusville Rocket pitcher Emily Aul saw a need in her community for a competitive feeder program for the high school team based in town.
Despite holding a late lead over Franklin in the fifth inning on Thursday night, the Titusville 12-U all star team fell 7-2 at Miller-Sibley Park. The result left their record at 0-2, eliminating them from any future contests this season.
PLEASANTVILLE – What started out as a pitchers’ duel Monday on the Hilltop soon turned into a long night for Titusville’s 12-U Little All-Stars, as they fell to Knox-Rimersburg-Emlenton 10-1.
Saturday’s Natural Eastern Championships bodybuilding competition in Pittsburgh was a dream come true for Aaron Madden, who won men’s overall champion.
The first girl ever to qualify at for the Pennsylvania Junior Wrestling tournament out of the Titusville Junior Wrestling program came home with a silver medal in tow.
Salenah Drake, 10-year-old member of the Grand Valley Sanford Saddles & Spurs 4H, took home second place in her Miniature In-Hand Trail Jr. District competition on Sept. 7. Drake showed off her mini-horse, Curly’s Grand Mistique. With her accomplishment, Drake has qualified for the 4H St…
Many fans of the fashion industry have long been familiar with the term “makeover.” Although the focus here isn’t about makeup and wardrobes, the premise is extremely fitting for a hoped for renovation project for Daisy Campbell Field.
After dropping game one to Fox Township 12-0, Pleasantville stormed back to win three straight games, including a 3-2 win over Fox Township in the championship game.
The Titusville Twisters YMCA Gymnastics Team had 17 gymnasts that qualified for the National Team and traveled to Toledo, Ohio from June 27-30 for the YMCA National Gymnastics Championship.
MEADVILLE — The Titusville Area Youth Wrestling team invaded Meadville High School for the 2018 Area VI Wrestling Tournament on Saturday, coming away with nine top-two finishes, which earns the right to participate in the state tournament.
GENEVA, Ohio — The culmination of five months of hard work and dedication came to fruition for the Titusville YMCA Swim Team, as the team won first place at the 2018 NWPA YMCA Sectional Championships, at the SPIRE Institute, Sunday.
Heading into his first spring training with the Houston Astros organization, pitcher Adam Bleday is aiming to climb multiple rungs on the minor league ladder during the 2018 campaign.
CORRY — Brock Covell and Devin Patterson took first place in their respective weight classes to pace the Titusville Middle School wrestling team at the Corry Junior High/Junior Varsity Wrestling Tournament, Saturday.
It was tight game at the Launch Pad, on Wednesday, when the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team defeated the Girard Yellowjackets for their first win of the season, 45-38. The win takes the boys to 1-1 this season, and 1-0 in Region 4 play.
JOHNSTOWN — Ever since the 2016 season ended with a loss in the state quarterfinals, the Maplewood Tigers girls volleyball team has been on a mission to get back to the PIAA playoffs and win a state championship. On Saturday at Richland High School, that missioned was completed, as the Tiger…
The Maplewood Tigers girls volleyball team takes on the Clarion Bobcats in the PIAA Class 1A Semifinals, tonight, at 6:30, at Slippery Rock High School. The Herald wishes the Tigers the best of luck!
MEADVILLE — It would be understandable for a team that has experienced a 10-day break from game action to stumble and/or get off to a slow start. Even though the Maplewood Tigers girls volleyball team hadn’t been on the court with an opponent since Oct. 21, the Tigers didn’t miss a beat in i…
It starts as a child. When the eyes of a young dreamer view the baseball diamond for the first time a small seed is planted into the heart. Once rooted, that seed grows into a passion and desire to play professional baseball.
GUYS MILLS — With six different players finding the end zone in the first quarter, the Maplewood Tigers cruised to a 67-6 win over the visiting Saegertown Panthers, in Region 3 action, on Friday.
HARBORCREEK – The fire that the Rockets showed at last week when THS faced pre-season region favorite Mercyhurst Prep appeared absent last night at Harbor Creek High School.
NORTH EAST — The Maplewood Tigers football team bounced back from last week’s upset loss to the Union City Bears by traveling up toward Lake Erie to North East, and dominating the Grape Pickers over the course of 48 minutes on the gridiron, 49-15.
OIL CITY — Emily Finley’s double-overtime goal with 4:48 remaining gave the Titusville Rockets girls soccer team its first win of the season; a 3-2 victory over the homestanding Oil City Oilers, in Region 5 play, at Oil Field, on Thursday.
In the second week of the Titusville Area Youth Football season, all three teams were victorious during the action at Carter Field on Wednesday. The Red Ramblers defeated the Golden Eagles, 6-0, in game one. The Green Hornets beat the Red Ramblers, 7-0, in game two. In the finale, the Golden…
COCHRANTON — Heading into the 2017 season, the Maplewood Tigers have had Aug. 25 marked on the calendar, not just because it was the season opener, but because it was a chance for the Tigers to get its revenge on the Cochranton Cardinals.
To say that the 10th installment of the Drake Well Marathon was a success would be an understatement. Runners spanning three countries (Canada, Poland, and the United States) and 20 states were signed up for either the full or half marathon during Sunday’s festivities at Drake Well State Par…