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 …
When a team finds the weakness of their opponent, more often than not they will keep trying to exploit that weakness until an adjustment is made.
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.
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.
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.
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…
SLIPPERY ROCK — The underdog Titusville Rockets boys basketball team gave the pro-Hickory crowd at Slippery Rock University’s Morrow Field House reason to pause with stomachs churning full of nerves during the opening 16 minutes of their District 10 Class 4A Quarterfinal on Thursday night.
WATERFORD — Momentum is king when heading into any postseason tournament, and that’s especially true for this season’s Titusville Rockets boys basketball team, who needed a win to break-up a logjam in the Region 6 standings Tuesday night visiting the Ft. LeBoeuf Bison.
ERIE — The defending Region 6 champion Titusville Rockets boys basketball team fell to the Region 7 Cathedral Prep Ramblers in a Saturday afternoon showdown, 67-52, at the Hagerty Events Center.
The Rockets continued their winning ways Friday at the Launch Pad, and fans who made it also witnessed history in the 63-50 THS victory over General McLane.
Sometimes in sports, it’s more important how you finish compared to how you start. That was the case for the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team in its non-region home contest against the visiting Jamestown Muskies on Thursday.
In a showdown of unbeaten boys basketball teams, the visiting Meadville Bulldogs proved to be too quick for even the athletic Titusville Rockets squad to handle. Four players scored in double figures as part of the Bulldogs’ lightning fast transition game that handed the Rockets their first …
ROCKY GROVE — The Rockets weren’t as dominant as they were in the opener on Friday, but they used a fast start and a strong finish Saturday to capture the ninth annual Roy Sanner Memorial Tip-Off Tournament championship with a 56-47 win over home-standing Rocky Grove.
ROCKY GROVE — The defending Region 6 champions got off to a quick start to begin the 2019-20 campaign as the Titusville Rockets boys basketball team routed the Cranberry Berries, 96-52, in the opening game of the Rocky Grove Tip-Off Tournament.
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.
OIL CITY — Titusville and George Junior came out swinging during Thursday’s District 10 Class 4A Boys Basketball Quarterfinal at Oil City High School, but it was the Rockets who were able to land more of their punches. Titusville defeated George Junior, 89-67, in front of a pro-Brown and Gol…
What Titusville Rockets boys basketball coach Craig Mehlenbacher described as a “typical region game” had fans from both sides on their feet and holding their breath as the Rockets pounded relentlessly to take the home win from the Warren Dragons, 63-60, on Wednesday.