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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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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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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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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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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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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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 GUYS MILLS — Maplewood put its explosive offense on display by scoring on its first four possessions of the game while the defense limited Lakeview to 70 total yards of offense as the Tigers blanked the Sailors, 40-0, to open up the regular season, Friday.

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GUYS MILLS — When looking back at the 2019 campaign, the Maplewood Tigers softball team’s season can easily be described as a Jekyll and Hyde experience with respect to its defensive play.

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The time is now for the Titusville Rockets boys and Maplewood Tigers girls basketball teams. There are no more consolation games to be played. It’s win or go home. Tonight, basketball teams across the state will be fighting to keep their seasons alive as PIAA Tournament action begins.

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FARRELL — For the first time since the 2003-04 season, the Maplewood Tigers girls basketball team has earned a spot in the PIAA Tournament. Maplewood’s 3-point shooting helped the Tigers clinch a berth in the PIAA Tournament with a 49-41 victory over Reynolds, Saturday, at Farrell High Schoo…

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SLIPPERY ROCK — Sometimes the matchups are just not in your favor. That’s what the Maplewood Tigers experienced on Friday night at Slippery Rock University’s Morrow Field House when the Farrell Steelers handed them a season-ending 77-36 loss in the District 10 Class 2A Quarterfinals.

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Maplewood High School senior Sophie Varndell (front, center) signed a letter of intent to play collegiate volleyball at Slippery Rock University beginning in the fall of 2019.

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The Maplewood Tigers girls soccer team managed to run away with the win, 3-1, in an initially close match with the Titusville Rockets, Wednesday.

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MEADVILLE — It was a frustrating end to the Maplewood Tigers girls basketball season on Saturday. With a PIAA tournament berth on the line, the Cambridge Springs Blue Devils rallied from a 12-point deficit to stun the Tigers, 58-49, in the District 10 2A Consolation Game, at Meadville High School.

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WILMINGTON — On a historical night for Wilmington High School, the Greyhounds ended the Maplewood Tigers boys basketball season with an 80-38 victory in the first round of the District 10 Class 2A playoffs, Friday.

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GUYS MILLS — It’s rare to have the stars align for a special moment on the court. Thursday, the stage was perfectly set for Maplewood Tigers forward Maggie Hunter to etch her name in school history as a member of the 1,000 career point club.

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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…

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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!

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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…

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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.