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.”
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.
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…
The score of Wednesday’s Region 4 boys soccer match between the Franklin Knights and the Titusville Rockets may have been the same as their first go-around. However, the outcome was reversed as the Knights came away with a 3-2 road victory at the Ed Myer Complex.
OIL CITY — It took an extra session for the Titusville Rockets boys soccer team to pick up a narrow 2-1 victory over the Oil City Oilers in their first matchup a few weeks ago. Coming into Monday’s rematch, the Rockets were looking for a much faster start.