Archive - Oct 3, 2011
The Johnsonburg varsity football team surrounds the bonfire Monday night at Memorial Field.
Pick up a copy of the Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 edition of The Ridgway Record for more.
Alison Mathews, a new teacher to the Ridgway Area Middle/High School says she was inspired to become a teacher because of previous community service she completed.
â€śMy senior year in high school I helped one of my former elementary teachers for a community service class,â€ť Mathews said. â€śAssisting in her classes every morning and watching the kids respond to her teaching helped me find a passion for helping others learn.â€ť
The passion Mathews witnessed as a teenager has evolved into a passion in her career.
KERSEY â€“ It was another nail-biting outing for the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders varsity soccer team Monday afternoon as ECC tied the unbeaten Curwensville Lady Tide 2-2 in a game played at Angela Huey Field.
The game was the fourth overtime contest this season for the Lady Crusaders. ECC is 1-1-2 in the extra time games.
Sister pairs were the story during the match. Elk Catholic scored first with 30:33 left to play in the first half. Senior Abbi Petrosky got the goal while her sister, freshman Erin Petrosky, had the assist.