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L-r, Natalie Dunworth, Zoey Grunthaner, Julia Jones, and the Ramettes were beaten by Moniteau 7-4 in the D9 Class 2A consolation game in Brockway on Monday. The Paper City girls finished the season 11-10.

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Johnsonburg junior Eli Schreiber finished 16th in the 3,200 meters while breaking his own school record on Saturday at the PIAA Class 2A Track and Field Championships at Shippensburg University.

Kaden Dennis (front), Luke Zimmerman, and the Rams go through the congratulatory line after Redbank Valley defeated them 3-1 in Thursday's District 9 Class 2A semifinals - denying the Paper City boys of a third straight championship. The Rams finished 13-7. Redbank will play Karns City for t…

BROCKWAY – Teagan Harzinski scored on a ground ball with one out in the bottom of the seventh, giving Curwensville a 7-6 District 9 Class 2A semifinal win that dashed Johnsonburg's hopes of a second-straight district championship.

Natalie Dunworth and the defending District 9 Class 2A champion Paper City girls are in Brockway today to play Curwensville in the semifinals (4 p.m.).

Derek Beimel (far right) singled with two outs in the bottom of the seventh bringing home Isaiah Jackson home for a 4-3 win Rams win over Clarion-Limestone in the District 9 Class 2A quarterfinals on Tuesday in the Paper City. The Rams face Redbank Valley in the semifinals on Thursday at Sho…

Senior Ramette Julia Jones struck out seven Lady Gremlins and kept them at bay after three unearned runs in the third during Johnsonburg's 7-3 District 9 Class 2A quarterfinal win on Monday over Karns City at the Knothole Fields.

The Ramettes await Natalie Dunworth at the plate after her third home run during the team's 11-3 win in Kane. The defending District 9 Class 2A champions open the playoffs today at home against Karns City. Gametime is 4:30 p.m. at the Knothole Fields. The game will air on WKBI-93.9 FM-B94.

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Ramette senior Annasophia Stauffer finished second in the 200 meters at the District 9 Class 2A championships on Friday to earn a trip to this week’s state championships. Redbank Valley’s Mylee Harmon was the winner of the race and Jenna Zendron of Moniteau was third. Stauffer will also run …

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Ram senior Aaron Myers advanced to the PIAA Class AA Championships with a second-place finish in the 800 meters at Friday’s D9 championships in Brookville. Punxsutawney’s Evan Groce finished first and Kane’s Ethan Illerbrun third.

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Ram sophomore Eli Schreiber placed second in the 3,200 meters at the D9 Class 2A meet in Brookville to advance to this week’s PIAA championships. Coudersport’s Kevin Sherry was first, and Ty Fiscus from Brookville third.  

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The PSU-DuBois Nittany Lions won their fourth USCAA Small World Series championship in five seasons with a 17-3 win over Cincinnati-Clermont on Thursday at Showers Field in DuBois.

Johnsonburg junior Eli Schreiber's time of 9:49.96 in the 3,200 meters at the May 8 Elk County track meet broke Marlin Konens's 40-year Ram's record.

Jenna Kasmierski, who doubled and drove in a run, heads for home on a passed ball during the Ramettes 7-2 win over visiting Port Allegany on Wednesday. The Paper City girls finished the season 10-8 and will begin defense of their 2022 District 9 Class 2A title next week.

Johnsonburg's Kayden Danekas had a hit and RBI in the Rams 3-0 win over Kane on Wednesday. The Rams end the regular season 11-6 and open defense of their past two District 9 Class 2A titles next week. The 11-7 Wolves will also compete in the double-A postseason.

Jenna Kasmierski congratulates Natalie Dunworth on her second of three home runs in the Ramettes 11-3 win at Kane on Tuesday. Dunworth (center) also doubled and had six RBI and scored four runs in the win which upped Johsonburg’s mark to 9-8. The Ramettes, last year’s D9 2A champs, end the r…

JOHNSONBURG – St. Marys scored in all but the fifth inning, including six times in the seventh, on their way to a 15-0 victory over the Ramettes on Monday at the Knothole Fields.

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Cameron Larkin and the Johnsonburg Rams improved to 11-6 with a 9-7 win in Mt. Jewett over 9-7 Kane. The teams meet again on Wednesday in the Paper City - the regular season finale for both. The District 9 playoffs start next week.

Johnsonburg's Lily Myers was determined to set a new school record in the shot put and did just that while winning the event at Saturday's Altoona Middle School Championships at Mansion Park. Myers set the mark with her throw of 38'0.5."

Twenty Johnsonburg/Ridgway members of the co-op track team will be competing in Saturday’s Altoona Middle School Championships at Mansion Park. The action gets underway at 10 a.m.

JOHNSONBURG – The Ramettes capped off pitcher Julia Jones' Senior Recognition Day by rallying from a 4-3 deficit with a six-run fifth inning and then held off Cranberry for a 10-8 win on Friday.

Three-A Punxsutawney improved to 13-2 with a 7­-5 win over visiting 10-6, 2A Johnsonburg on Friday. The Chucks broke a tie with runs in the fourth and fifth to secure the victory.

The Johnsonburg/Ridgway track team honored the seniors before their final home meet on Thursday with Elk County Catholic and Kane. 

 After their first loss to Elk County Catholic on Wednesday, Otto Eldred held on for a 4-2 win over the Paper City girls at the Knothole Fields. The win evened the Ramettes at 7-7, and the Lady Terrors improved to 12-1.

Ram tennis seniors l-r, Jake Lobaugh, Eric Gustafson, and Dawson Smiley pictured with coach Kyler Breakey were honored before the final match with St. Marys on Thursday.

The Johnsonburg baseball team and the school's Athletic Director Emily Mitchell honored long-time umpire Tim Mahoney before Wednesday's 5-1 win over Smethport. Mahoney, who has been a PIAA umpire for 24 seasons, will retire at the end of the campaign. He will continue to referee football. Wi…

Ram seniors l-r, Aiden Zimmerman, Erik Panebianco, and Kaden Dennis and their parents were recognized before their 5-1 win over visiting Smethport on Wednesday. Back row l-r, Casey Zimmerman (asst), Mike Porter (manager), Todd Beimel (asst.), and Cole Peterson (asst.)

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2022 Ridgway High School graduate and St. Bonaventure runner Adria Magnusson (second from left) and her teammates finished the season at the Atlantic 10 championships last weekend at the University of Massachusetts. George Mason won the title.

Johnsonburg's Lily Myers won the shot put and discus at the Elk County Junior High Meet in St. Marys on Monday.  the Ramettes finished second to the Lady Dutch and Elk County Catholic was third. 

Johnsonburg junior Eli Schreiber won the 3,200 meters and the Rams placed second at the Elk County Meet in St. Marys on Monday. The Dutch won the event and Elk County Catholic was third. 

The Rams improved to 9-5 with a 7-2 home win over St. Marys on Monday and Ramettes moved to 7-6 with an 11-0, five-inning win over Port Allegany.

Johnsonburg senior Annasophia Stauffer won the 100, 200, and 400 meters at Monday's Elk County Meet in St. Marys. The Lady Dutch (100) won the event, Elk County Catholic (49) was second, and the Ramettes (40) third.

The St. Marys Dutch captured the Elk County Tournament championship with a 5-3 win over the Rams on Friday at Berwind Park in St. Marys. The teams meet again on Monday in Johnsonburg. 

Johnsonburg senior Autumn Sorg signed her letter to cheer at Clarion University. With Autumn are her parents Allen Sorg and Jen Dilly. Also, in attendance l-r were Principal Ray Kelly, superintendent Karen Haberberger, AD Emily Mitchell, and cheerleader coach Tara Porter. 

Another change to the schedule for the Elk County baseball tournament was made late on Thursday. The Rams and ECC play at Berwind Park in St. Marys at 4 p.m. (was 3:30 p.m.) and the winner will play St. Marys for the title at 6 p.m. The Dutch were 9-1 winners over Cameron County in Emporium …

Due to field conditions at Benzinger Park in St. Marys, today's Elk County Softball Tournament has been postponed. Options to reschedule are being explored.

The Elk County Baseball Tournament scheduled to open on Wednesday at Berwind Park in St. Marys has been moved to Thursday. The Rams will play Elk County Catholic at 3:00 and St. Marys faces Coudersport in the second game. 

Senior doubles team Dawson Smiley (L) and Jake Lobaugh of the Rams during introductions before Thursday's match with ECC in Johnsonburg on Thursday. The Crusaders won 6-1

The Ramettes improved to 6-5 with a 7-3 win over Brockway in the Paper City on Thursday. The visiting Rams beat the Rovers 13-2 to move to 7-4.

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