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As they’ve shown during the second half of the season, the Titusville Rockets girls basketball team has been more competitive when facing their Region 4 opponents for the second time in the campaign. Unfortunately, they haven’t been able to get that elusive first win. 

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A Titusville boys’ record-breaking swim from David Hauptman in the 100-meter breaststroke highlighted Tuesday’s action at the THS natatorium. Titusville and Slippery Rock split their Region 1 meet for the second time this season as the boys in Brown and Gold earned a 90-14 victory, while vis…

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GREENVILLE — With the restrictions on the number of participants in this year’s District 10 wrestling postseason, the Titusville Rockets wrestling team was only able to advance one member of the Brown and Gold into this season’s District 10 Class 2A Tournament.

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For the second time this season, the Titusville Rockets swim teams earned a Region 1 sweep of the Franklin Knights. On Thursday, the Rockets widened the margin of victory in both meets, as the Rocket girls started the evening with a 94-67 win, which was followed by the Rocket boys’ 115-55 triumph.

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LINESVILLE — With only seven wrestlers making the trip to Linesville, the Titusville Rockets were already at a disadvantage heading into Wednesday’s match at Conneaut Area. The Eagles took four of the six contested bouts, and added three wins by forfeit to claim a 33-15 Region 2 victory over…

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Numbers were not expected to be an issue for the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team heading into the season, but injuries and illness caught up with them on Friday night. The Rockets were trailing visiting Oil City 45-10 at the intermission before the rest of the game was cancelled due …

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In was a night mostly full of pins and forfeits at the Launch Pad. Unfortunately for the Titusville Rockets wrestling team,  eight of the 11 point-scoring bouts went in favor of visiting Commodore Perry on Wednesday. The Panthers used six pins and two forfeit victories to collect a 48-15 Reg…

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Titusville picked all of its wins Monday via pin or forfeit as the Brown and Gold easily turned back Lakeview, 42-6, in a Region 2 match at the Launch Pad.

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In front of empty bleachers at the THS Natatorium, the Titusville Rockets swim team split their Region 1 meet against the Slippery Rock Rockets on Thursday. The Titusville boys improved to 6-0 on the season after taking a 94-22 victory. The Slippery Rock girls claimed a 99-68 win, forcing th…

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Although the location may have changed for Monday night’s rematch between the Titusville Rockets and Warren Dragons wrestling teams, the result was still the same. The Rockets pitched an identical 54-0 non-region shutout, like they did on Jan. 16 in Warren, at the Launch Pad behind five pins…

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In the 18 seasons that Titusville boys swimming head coach Kevin Dawson has guided his team in home meets at the Titusville High School Natatorium, he couldn’t recall the stands ever being empty. 

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Although the format was changed up from the norm, the Titusville Rockets swimming teams had their home opener on Monday night at the Titusville High School Natatorium. The Rockets earned a split of the Region 1 meet with the visiting Grove City Eagles as the Titusville boys earned a 127-39 v…

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After opening up the season on the road on Wednesday, the home confines of the Launch Pad didn’t provide any better luck on Friday for the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team. In their home and Region 5 opener, the Rockets fell 56-16 to the visiting Harbor Creek Huskies.

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COCHRANTON — A slow start stymied the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team during Wednesday’s season-opener at Cochranton. The Rockets were outscored 23-7 in the initial quarter of play, while the Cardinals never trailed en route a 64-38 non-region victory.

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Tom Jones knew that it would be a rebuilding of the Titusville Rockets girls basketball program when he accepted the head coaching position in November. After Monday’s season-opening 57-8 non-region loss at the Launch Pad to the visiting Union City Bears, Jones admitted that his team had som…

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On Tuesday, the PIAA Board of Directors met for the final time in 2020 and the board announced a couple of changes for the upcoming winter sports season — assuming the restrictions from the governor’s office are lifted on Jan. 4, 2021.

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Four members of the District 10 Class 2A Champion Maplewood Tigers girls volleyball team, along with one Titusville Rocket, were recently voted onto the Region 4 all-star teams by the coaches in the region. The results of the vote were announced Thursday.

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As the PIAA Football Championships conclude today, the District 10 award season is already upon us. All-region teams for the nine football regions in the district were released on Thursday, and the Maplewood Tigers and Titusville Rockets are represented in their respective regions.

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After racing to a perfect record and clinching the Region 6 title this year, the Titusville girls’ cross country team saw the end of its season Saturday after falling short at the District 10 Championship meet held at the Ed Myer Complex.

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MEADVILLE — It’s no easy feat for a team to come back following a double-digit blemish, especially when it comes against arguably the number one team in District 10. But the Lady Rockets showed signs of mental and physical growth on the pitch, despite the final score on Friday afternoon.

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FRANKLIN — It didn’t come easy, but the Titusville Rockets girls volleyball team ended the 2020 campaign on a positive note. Storming into the Knights Castle on Thursday night, Titusville held on to beat homestanding Franklin 25-19, 25-11, 26-28, 25-21, in Region 4 play and the final match f…

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WARREN — Following Monday afternoon’s loss to Cambridge Springs, Titusville head coach Luke Dye knew a challenge was lying in wait for the Rockets girls soccer team. Three road matches with three of the top four teams in region play over the course of four days, starting with the Warren Drag…

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WARREN — Despite stealing a set, the Titusville Rockets girls volleyball team could not overcome a slow start en route to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of the homestanding Warren Dragons. The hosts built a two-set cushion with 25-9 and 25-17 victories before the locals posted a spirited 25-20 sc…

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In spite of what the scoreboard may say after the final buzzer, you can always come away from a contest having learned something you did not know before. That was the mentality of Titusville head coach Luke Dye after the Lady Rockets’ latest scuff on the pitch.

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The Titusville Rockets girls volleyball team brought a little more intensity on the attack in the front row during Thursday’s Region 4 match against the visiting Oil City Oilers. Sarah Cole smacked 11 kills, while Ava Hartshorne added nine more to lead the Rockets to a 25-20, 25-8, 25-19 swe…

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When Joey Timon was asked to sum up the Titusville boys soccer team’s 2020 season in one word, it was hard for the  first-year head coach to stick to a single word. With the unpredictability that has been this season, Timon came up with the adjective “wild.”

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For the first time in 2020, the Titusville football team played with the lead as the Rockets held a one-point advantage over the visiting Warren Dragons in Friday’s Region 6 finale at Carter Field. However, three consecutive big plays from the Dragons offense in the closing minutes of the se…

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Although it was a dreary day at the Ed Myer Complex, the Titusville Rockets cross country teams gave those in attendance reasons to smile. The Rocket girls improved to 10-0 on the season with a 15-50 victory over the Orioles, and while the Titusville boys may have fallen 22-37, it was a larg…

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With the district postseason on the horizon, the Titusville Rockets welcomed Eisenhower to the Ed Myer Complex with the hopes of building off a crucial win at Saegertown on Saturday. However, with the help of mother nature, the Knights rained on the locals’ parade with a 3-0 final.

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For the second time in three nights the Lady Rockets took the pitch under the lights of Carter Field for an evening matchup with the Franklin Knights. Unfortunately, Titusville, again came up on the wrong end of the stick behind a first-half goal from Rylee Mattocks to give the visitors a 1-…

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In their second match of the regular season against the Meadville Bulldogs, the Titusville Rockets girls volleyball team fought hard, but it wasn’t enough to prevent a three-set sweep. The Bulldogs held off early Rocket surges to work for a 25-14, 25-11, 25-22 Region 4 victory.

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It was a golden day for Titusville Rockets’ soccer on Saturday, and the weather could not have been more ideal. The day began with early-morning action in Saegertown as the boys held off the Panthers 3-2. Then, back home in Titusville, the girls survived a physical test against Conneaut Area…

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When you’re going up against the two-time defending District 10 champions, it’s going to be a tall task. Add in the fact that more than half of the starting line is out due to injuries, and it’s nearly impossible.

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Thursday night’s Region 4 girls volleyball matchup at the Launch Pad featured two teams in different places in their respective programs. The Maplewood Tigers are on the hunt to get back to the District 10 Championship Game, while the Titusville Rockets are learning on the fly following a de…

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A five-minute spell of poor defensive play doomed the Titusville Rockets girls soccer team’s chances of pulling out a victory as the visiting Eisenhower Knights earned a 5-0 shutout win at the Ed Myer Complex on Tuesday.

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It would take a thorough look back into the archives to know if there had ever been a two-day hat trick in the history of the Titusville Rockets boys soccer program. Nevertheless, Sam Ruot now has one to his credit as the Rocket forward powered three goals into the back of the net across two…