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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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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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The thrill of having Titusville Rocket varsity football back under the Friday night lights of Carter Field was rudely squashed by the visiting Meadville Bulldogs. Using a high-powered rushing attack, the Bulldogs pummeled their way past the Rockets, 45-6, in the non-region season-opener.

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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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KARNS CITY — All seasons must come to an end at some point, and Friday was that time for the Titusville Rockets football team. Knocked out of District 10 playoff contention previously, the Rockets were playing for something more than just a win on the stat sheet. They were looking ahead to t…

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GIRARD — Since beginning the season 3-0, the Titusville Rockets football team has experienced the growing pains of a relatively younger team. 

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Puzzling out how to contain an aggressive and fast offensive Mercyhurst line proved too much to ask of the Titusville Rockets during Friday’s home football game, as the brown and gold suffered their first setback of the season with a 56-0 Region 6 loss at Carter Field. 

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COCHRANTON – All didn’t go smoothly for Titusville Friday in Cochranton, but the effort was enough for a 21-0 blanking of the Cardinals that moved the Brown and Gold to 3-0 on the season.

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NORTH EAST — The Titusville Rockets needed the region game at North East Friday to be a tale of two halves when they found themselves in a 14-0 hole at halftime.

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A life-long dream for Titusville native Bryan Baldwin has finally come true. At Tuesday’s Titusville Area School District board meeting, Baldwin was approved as the new varsity head coach for the Rocket football program.