Archive - Sep 2, 2011
BALTIMORE â€” It may be unfathomable to fans in western Pennsylvania, but according to local native Todd Clontz, it is possible: Transitioning from a Pitts-burgh Steelers fan to â€” get this â€” a Baltimore Ravens fan.
â€śI grew up in the 1970s and watched Terry Bradshaw and the boys,â€ť he said Friday. â€śI remember the Super Bowls back then â€” definitely the third and fourth ones.
DUBOIS â€” After scoring two touchdowns and leading 14-7 at halftime, DuBois' varsity football team scored 28 points in the first eight minutes of the second half to defeat Punxsy, 42-7, Friday night in DuBois.
"We missed a lot of tackles right off the bat in the second half," Punxsy head coach Alan Nichol said. "I don't think anything really changed. It was just a grind-it-out game on a hot night, and fatigue probably played a factor. Their skill definitely played a part, but I think fatigue did, too."
ST. MARYS â€” The Brookville Raiders football squad opened its season as it headed to Dutch Country Stadium Friday night to take on the St. Marys Flying Dutchmen.
The Raiders were ousted by a final score of 34-28.
Brookville's quarterback Steven Kennedy led the team with 151 passing yards and three touchdowns.
Ryan Kerr was also a standout for the Raiders, rushing for more than 130 yards and scoring a 21-yard touchdown.
Brookville head coach Chris Dworek said after the game that his team was just not quite ready for the season-opener.