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Chucks seek to continue improvement against Lions

October 5, 2012

PUNXSUTAWNEY – Winners of its past two contests, the Punxsy Chucks will seek to continue its 2012 gridiron improvement tonight when the Clarion-Limestone Lions come to Jack F. LaMarca Stadium.

“We look at one week at a time. A team that improves becomes a good team,” said Chucks’ head coach Alan Nichol. “It is important we come out and play well.”

Raiders outplay Chucks for 2-1 win in boys' soccer

October 5, 2012

PUNXSUTAWNEY – When you don't play your best the outcome is not usually good. The Punxsy boys' soccer team found this scenario out on Thursday afternoon when they were outplayed by Brookville in a 2-1 home loss.

"They wanted it more than we did," said frankly Chucks' coach Phil Shenkle. "You can't have one team want it and the other not or you lose."

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