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The girls’ recipient of the Jim Werner Memorial Award for Outstanding Track Performer was St. Marys Area’s Samantha Hayes, and the boys’ recipient of the Jim Werner Memorial Award for Outstanding Track Performer was Johnsonburg’s Eric Salberg.

The Rams won 13-3 at Elk County Catholic on Thursday to improve to 15-0. They host St. Marys on Saturday (11 a.m.) to determine the Elk County Tournament championship.

JOHNSONBURG - The Ramettes avenged a 6-5, April 15 loss at Elk County Catholic with an 8-5 win on Thursday at the Knothole Fields. The victory put them past the .500 mark to 8-7.

Sophomore Julia Jones threw a perfect five-inning game as the Ramettes evened their mark to 7-7 with a 16-0 win in Kane Tuesday. Julie Peterson tossed a no-hitter in the Paper City girls 10-0, home win over Brockway on Monday.

JOHNSONBURG - Julie Peterson struck out 12 of the 16 batters she faced and just one Brockway batter reached base via a walk as the Ramettes beat the Lady Rovers 10-0 at the Knothole Fields on Monday.

Seniors Ricky Delhunty (33) and Alex Bon of the Elkers were among the first players announced to the Pennsylvania All-Star squad for this year's Big 30 Charities Classic Football game being played in Bradford on August 7 at Parkway Field.

Named to this year’s Elk County Softball Tournament All-Tournament Team were, from left, SMA’s Kendall Young, Shannon Kaiser, and Olivia Eckels; ECC’s Lydia Anderson and Emily Mourer; Coudersport’s Savannah Myers and Madyson DuBots-Angood; and Johnsonburg’s Julia Jones. Missing from the phot…

The Kane Wolves who had vaulted into third place in the District 9 Class AA seeding over Moniteau due to two straight Warriors losses, were no-hit by Alex Ognen in Smethport Thursday. The Class A Hubbers won the contest 10-0.

Johnsonburg senior Nolan Shaffer, the son of David and Kerri Shaffer, signed his letter of intent to wrestle at Mercyhurst Wednesday afternoon at the high school. Pictured, l-r, parents Kerri and David, and brother Wyatt, Nolan, Rams head coach Mike Votano, and Principal Ray Kelly.

Two runs in the bottom of the fifth proved crucial in DuBois Central Catholic’s 5-1 win over the Ramettes on Tuesday at Heindl Field in DuBois. They led 3-1 after four. The win improved the Lady Cardinals to 12-2. The Paper City girls are 4-6.

The Johnsonburg baseball squad scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth to erase a 3-1 deficit in their 4-3 win over DuBois Central Catholic (5-7) Tuesday at Stern Field in DuBois. The Rams were the home team for the contest originally scheduled to be played in the Paper City on Monday.

Johnsonburg senior Cole Casilio signed his commitment letter to wrestle at Gannon University in the High School Library on Monday. Pictured, l-r, parents Marty and Michele Casilio, Cole, Rams head wrestling coach Mike Votano, JASD Athletic Director Emily Mitchell, and Principal Ray Kelly.

The 4-5 Ramettes will play the Lady Dutch in the opening round of the Elk County Tournament being held Wednesday at Benzinger Park in St. Marys. The top seeded Lady Dutch are 6-2. The game along with the two-seed Elk County Catholic (8-3) vs. three-seed Coudersport (3-3) will start at 3:30 p.m.

CLEVELAND - NFL first-round selections. Rounds two and three start tonight at 7 p.m. Rounds four through seven begin Saturday at noon.

According to Johnsonburg head coach Mike Porter the 10-0 Rams will play Elk County Catholic to open next Wednesday's Elk County Tournament. The game will be played at 4 p.m. at Berwind Park in St. Marys. Unbeaten, 8-0 Coudersport will face the Dutch in the nightcap. The Championship game wil…

Saturday's Smethport at Johnsonburg baseball game has been cancelled. The Rams are 10-0 and will next play Monday when they host DuBois Central Catholic. Seniors Dalton Stahli and Gabe Watts will be honored prior to the first pitch.

Today's home Ramettes softball game with Port Allegany has been cancelled. The Johnsonburg girls are 4-5 and will travel to DuBois Central Catholic on Tuesday before participating in the Elk County Tournament Wednesday along with St. Marys, Elk County Catholic, and Coudersport.

JOHNSONBURG – Collin Porter struck out eight and did not walk a batter while giving up five hits and one earned run as the Rams beat Otto-Eldred 12-1 Tuesday at the Knothole Fields. The 10-0 Paper City boys beat the Terrors (3-2) 12-3 on Saturday at Otto.

JOHNSONBURG - The Ramettes improved to 4-5 with 18-0 and 24-0 wins over winless Sheffield (0-9) Tuesday at the Knothole Fields. Julie Peterson and Julie Jones did not give up a hit in the two games. Both pitched to the minimum, nine batters. The games ended via the 15-run, three-inning “merc…

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