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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 — 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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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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GUYS MILLS — It may have taken a while for the Maplewood girls basketball team to find its rhythm offensively on Thursday night against the Saegertown Panthers, but once the Tigers started connecting from long range, there was no slowing them down. 

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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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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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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.