Sports

Golden Eagles’ Contant Named PSAC West Athlete of the Week

Golden Eagles’ Contant Named PSAC West Athlete of the Week

LOCK HAVEN, Pa. — The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) announced their first batch of weekly awards in baseball on Tuesday, with Clarion's Caden Contant earning PSAC West Athlete of the Week honors for February 20. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 21, 2024 · Local News, News, Sports
Clarion’s Carver, Jones Stand Tall at PSAC Indoor Track & Field Championships

Clarion’s Carver, Jones Stand Tall at PSAC Indoor Track & Field Championships

BETHLEHEM, Pa.Mackenzie Carver became the Golden Eagle track & field team's first indoor track & field champion since 2007 and Shelly Jones earned all-conference honors in the Shot Put, as Clarion capped an exciting two-day stay at the 2024 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Indoor Track & Field Championships. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 20, 2024 · Local News, News, Sports
Punxsutawney, DuBois, Bradford Advance Multiple Wrestlers to Regional; Clearfield Dominates D9 Junior High Tournament

Punxsutawney, DuBois, Bradford Advance Multiple Wrestlers to Regional; Clearfield Dominates D9 Junior High Tournament

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (EYT/D9) - Punxsutawney, DuBois and Bradford competed Saturday at the District 4/9 3A Individual Championships in Williamsport, each advancing multiple wrestlers to the NW Regional tournament next weekend. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 20, 2024 · Dubois, Local News, News, Punxsutawney, School News, Sports
GETTING THEIR SHOT: Penn State DuBois Women’s Basketball Program Has Become Safe Harbor for District 9 Players

GETTING THEIR SHOT: Penn State DuBois Women’s Basketball Program Has Become Safe Harbor for District 9 Players

DuBOIS, Pa. (EYT/D9) — Rebecca Martin carved out a solid career for herself at Northern Potter High School. A four-year starting forward for the Panthers, Martin averaged 11.8 points and nine rebounds per game as a senior. Ever since Martin picked up a basketball, her goal was to play in college. But when it become recruiting time, her phone was eerily silent. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 19, 2024 · News, Penn State DuBois, School News, Sports
Golden Eagle Wrestling Falls to Central Michigan on Senior Day

Golden Eagle Wrestling Falls to Central Michigan on Senior Day

CLARION, Pa. — The Golden Eagle wrestling team finished up their dual match schedule on Sunday afternoon, falling to Central Michigan 28-10 in Tippin Gym. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 19, 2024 · Local News, News, Sports
Four Golden Eagle Wrestlers Featured in Most Recent NCAA Rankings Release

Four Golden Eagle Wrestlers Featured in Most Recent NCAA Rankings Release

INDIANAPOLIS - The NCAA has announced the second coaches ranking and first Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) for the 2024 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 16, 2024 · Clarion University, Local News, News, Sports
State Bear Harvest Totals 2,920

State Bear Harvest Totals 2,920

HARRISBURG, Pa. - There was a time when black bear hunting occupied a faithful, but small, niche in Pennsylvania’s hunting calendar. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 16, 2024 · Local News, News, PA News, Sports
Jurski Breaks Record to Highlight Clarion Swimming & Diving’s Opening Day at PSAC Championships

Jurski Breaks Record to Highlight Clarion Swimming & Diving’s Opening Day at PSAC Championships

CARLISLE, Pa. - Joslyn Jurski broke a 31-year-old school record and hit an NCAA B cut in the process, highlighting the Golden Eagle women’s swimming & diving team’s first day at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 15, 2024 · Clarion University, Local News, News, Sports
Clearfield Falls on Second Day of PIAA Class 2A Team Wrestling Championships

Clearfield Falls on Second Day of PIAA Class 2A Team Wrestling Championships

HERSHEY, Pa. (EYT/D9) -- Clearfield won their opening round contest last Thursday at the PIAA Class 2A Team Wrestling Championships, but then were eliminated on Friday after dropping two straight. Brady Collins turned in a stellar three-match performance for the Bison at 152 pounds, going 3-0 with two first-period pins. In Clearfield’s final match against Warrior Run, Collins, ranked third statewide by PA Power Wrestling (PAPW), won a 5-3 decision over PAPW’s top-ranked 152-pounder, Cameron Milhem. The Bison, 13th in the state according to PAPW, pulled a minor upset in the first round, downing the 10th ranked Burgettstown Devils, 42-27. Clearfield evenly split the 12 contested bouts with District 7 runner-up Burgettstown, all six wins on the mat coming via fall to outpoint the Devils, 36-27. The Bison’s Carter Chamberlain received a forfeit at the contest’s final weight, 215 pounds, the match already decided in their favor. lutons_485x75_20160128204935 District 9 wrestling coverage on D9Sports.com is brought to you by Luton's Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning. Burgettstown won the first two bouts, earning pins at 285 and 107 pounds, jumping out to a 12-0 lead. Clearfield responded in kind, a first period fall by 114-pounder Dakota Shugarts and another with two seconds left in the 121-pound bout by Cash Diehl, tying the score, 12-12. Burgettstown went ahead, 24-12, winning the next three contests – a decision, major decision, and tech fall at 127, 133, and 139 pounds, respectively. The Bison put things away after that, winning four of the next five, staking themselves to a 36-27 lead. Scoring pins for the Bison were Ty Aveni at 145 pounds (1:57), Collins at 152 pounds (0:34), Carter Freeland at 172 pounds (5:40), and Hunter Ressler at 189 pounds (5:40). Clearfield’s first-round win earned them a meeting on Friday at noon with District 3 champion Bishop McDevitt, the fourth ranked team in the state per PAPW. The Crusaders won nine of the 13 bouts, beating the Bison, who scored a decision and three falls, 35-21. Nick Bailor got Clearfield off on the right foot, earning a pin midway through the first period (1:04), staking the Bison to a 6-0 lead. Bishop McDevitt won tech falls at 107 and 114 pounds, as well as a decision at 121 pounds, to go ahead, 13-6. Bryndin Chamberlain put a halt to the Crusaders three-match run with a decision at 127 pounds, making the score 13-9. The Crusaders then reeled off victories in six of the next seven bouts, the only Bison win in that span a pin by 152-pounder Collins (0:46), to put the match away, 35-15. In the final bout, Hunter Ressler added six points to the Bison tally with his first period pin (1:57). Clearfield’s tournament came to an end in the first consolation round, the Bison losing 29-24 to District 4 champion Warrior Run, 29-24. The Warrior Run Defenders, PAPW’s sixth ranked team in the state, clinched the match in the penultimate bout, a pin at 215-pounds deciding the outcome. Clearfield won the match’s first three bouts to amass an early 12-0 lead. Xavier Lutz and Shugart earned decisions at 107 and 114 pounds, respectively, followed by a Diehl second-period pin at 121 pounds (3:29). Warrior Run took five of the next six bouts, Collins disrupting that run with his victory over Milheim at 152 pounds, the Defenders going ahead 23-15. Carter Chamberlain brought the Bison to within five, 23-18, with a decision at 189 pounds before the Defenders put it away with a pin at 215 pounds. With the match out of reach, 285-pounder Bailor scored one last win for Clearfield in Hershey with a second-period fall. District 1 champion Faith Christian, the top-ranked team in the state per PAPW, beat PAPW’s number two team, District 6 champion, Bishop McCort, for the 2A team title, 46-18. Notre Dame-Green Pond, the District 11 champion and third-ranked team by PAPW, downed Reynolds, the District 10 champion and PAPW’s fifth-ranked team, in the consolation finals, 41-18.
by · February 12, 2024 · News, Sports
Clarion Men’s Basketball: Golden Eagles Put Scare into Seton Hill but Fall on the Road

Clarion Men’s Basketball: Golden Eagles Put Scare into Seton Hill but Fall on the Road

GREENSBURG, Pa. – The Golden Eagle men's basketball team caught fire on offense in the second half, in their attempt to come back against Seton Hill, but Clarion came up just a couple of possessions short in falling 76-70 to the Griffins on the road. FULL ARTICLE
by · February 11, 2024 · Clarion University, Local News, News, Sports