Skip to main content

Archive

April 4th, 2012

Rams strike down Brockway, earn 4-0 start

April 4, 2012

JOHNSONBURG – After Cole Peterson's 2-hit shutout Monday complete with 14 strikeouts, the Johnsonburg Rams avoided a letdown Wednesday as Mitchell Holmberg and Quinn Luhr combined to 3-hit visiting Brockway in a 12-2 6-inning game.
"It was a good game for pitching and they both threw really well," said Johnsonburg head varsity baseball coach Jeff Peterson. "We threw a lot of strikes and that's what keeps us in the game because our defense is strong, I really like our defense."

Paul L. Schmiedel

April 4, 2012

Paul L. Schmiedel, 96, of Bisbee, Ariz., formerly of Momence, Ill. and Elmira, N.Y. passed from this life on March 30, 2012.

Lady Elkers doomed by two big innings

April 4, 2012

Ridgway softball took an early lead but could not hang on in an 11-3 loss to Curwensville.

Crusaders rally past DCC Cardinals 13-12

April 4, 2012

The Elk County Catholic Crusader baseball team never gave up on Wednesday afternoon during a tough game against the DuBois Central Catholic Cardinals in a contest that was originally scheduled to be played in DuBois, but was then moved to Berwind Park in St. Marys. Down 12-10 headed into the bottom of the seventh, the Crusaders rallied to come back from a 13-12 victory, with the winning run driven in on a walk-off single by Joe McLaughlin.

April 3rd

Shuey earns Fulton scholarship

April 3, 2012

JOHNSONBURG – Johnsonburg senior Michael Shuey earned the Third Annual Coach [Bill] Fulton Memorial Scholarship during a banquet Sunday evening to honor the school's basketball teams.
"There is a memorial scholarship in his name that is awarded to a senior after an essay is written by them," said Johnsonburg head boys varsity basketball coach Bill Shuey. "It's unfortunate that none of his daughters were able to attend but I do have a letter to read on the family's behalf."
The letter discussed coach Fulton's impact on Johnsonburg basketball and his love for the game.

Solid Waste authority pursuing recycling grant

April 3, 2012

At Tuesday's meeting of the Elk County Solid Waste Authority, Elk County Recycling/ Solid Waste Coordinator Bekki Titchner said the county would be pursuing a recycling program (902) grant from the state.
"For the first time in about three years, there is going to be a recycling program equipment grant, but it's a lot more substantial than the last one we applied for," said Titchner, explaining that this round of grants requires a great deal more of information to be submitted to the state. "There's a lot more information they are requesting."

Ruth B. Weisenfluh

April 3, 2012

Ruth B. Weisenfluh, 86, of Marienville, died Tuesday morning, April 3, 2012 at the Golden Living Center in Clarion.
Born Sept. 8, 1925 in Ridgway, she was the daughter of the late Clair O. and Elberta Penfield Raybuck.
She graduated in 1942 from Ridgway High School.
Mrs. Weisenfluh was a member of the Ridgway United Church of Christ.
Ruth was a homemaker and enjoyed taking car rides.
She worked as a nurse in the Ridgeway area.
She married Donald Weisenfluh on December 28, 1945 in Ridgway, and he preceded her in death on July 15, 2003.

Johnsonburg wrestling honored with banquet

April 3, 2012

WILCOX – The Johnsonburg varsity wrestling team was honored with a banquet Sunday afternoon at The Dam Inn in Wilcox.
Varsity head coach Mike Votano introduced the awardwinners. Michael Kennedy won the Aaron Muroski Award. The award goes to an individual that is willing to do anything necessary to help the team. He is dependable, attends practices, works hard and willing to help other wrestlers. He is team leader, supports his teammates and an outstanding representative of the team and the school.

Dr. Frederick L. “Fred” Hoover D.C. Jr.

April 3, 2012

Dr. Frederick L. “Fred” Hoover D.C. Jr., 81, of DuBois, passed away on Thursday, March 29, 2012 at his home.
He was born on Aug. 21, 1930 in Clearfield, the son of Frederick Logan Hoover, Sr. and Mildred (Walker) Hoover.
Dr. Hoover graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture and the Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa.
He was very dedicated to his profession and helped many people at his practice, throughout his more than 55 years of service.
Dr. Hoover was protestant by faith.

Johnsonburg tennis falls to DuBois, 7-2

April 3, 2012

JOHNSONBURG – Johnsonburg boys tennis lost 7-2 to DuBois in action Tuesday at Johnsonburg Area High School.
Johnsonburg won its two matches in doubles. At No. 1 doubles, the team of John Paul Allegretto and Mason Martonik won 8-1 over Aaron Lines and Zack Hopkins. Nate Field and Tommy Imbrogno won 8-6 over Micah Shaffer and Jeff Meinert at No. 2 doubles.
"John Paul Allegretto and Mason Martonik stayed undefeated in doubles," Johnsonburg coach Gregg Dauber said. "They actually played very well. Nate and Tommy are undefeated in doubles too, they played really well."

COUDERSPORT – Despite the best efforts of the Crusader football team, there was one objective they...
Ridgway boys golf remained undefeated on the season with a 196-251 win over Brockway Thursday...
Ridgway boys golf won the team season opener 195-246 over Kane Tuesday afternoon on a hot afternoon...