Tioga Publishing Defensive Player of the Year
North Clarion’s Abby Gatesman, Punxsutawney’s Chloe Presloid, and Coudersport’s Bob Tingley are the major All American Awards & Engraving D9Sports.com District 9 girls’ basketball award wi…
The Coudersport Lady Falcons girls basketball team had ripped their way to the final eight of the State 1A Championships this season, only to have their run cut short due to the PIAA cancellat…
The Coudersport Lady Falcons (23-4) continued their journey through the State playoffs and on Wednesday, March 11 topped the Blacklick Valley Lady Vikings (18-8) by a score of 54-46.
The Coudersport boys basketball team couldn’t hold onto a one-point lead heading into the fourth quarter, as Farrell was able to outscore the Falcons 19-13 in the final period to end Couderspo…
ST. MARYS — With 46 seconds left in the game, Rosalyn Page flew through the lane to hit a contested layup that saw the Coudersport Lady Falcons (22-4) lead extend from three points to five poi…
The Coudersport Falcons (20-4) boys basketball team came out on top over the Keystone Panthers (18-4) as they were able to crush the Panthers by a score of 58-45 and earn themselves the final …
The Coudersport Lady Falcons (20-3) put together an impressive performance against Otto-Eldred Lady Terrors (16-8) to push them into the district finals with a 62-40 win.
The Coudersport Falcons basketball team (19-4) saw their district playoff run come to an abrupt end in the quarterfinals of the district playoffs as they fell short in a defensive battle to Ri…
Both Northern Potter and Austin’s mens basketball teams deserved to win the first round of playoffs on Wednesday, Feb. 18, but only one did win, Austin, in a 56-53 thriller at the Austin School.
WILLIAMSON — The Northern Potter Panthers boys basketball team (8-13) looked like they were going to leave Williamson with a win heading into halftime, but the Williamson Warriors (4-18) put t…
Ten. Count ’em; ten! Out of a dozen players this season, Northern Potter’s women’s basketball squad will have 10 returning freshmen and sophomores from this year, on the 2020/21 team. That mak…
The North Clarion girls and DuBois boys headline the Feb. 10 D9Sports.com District 9 Basketball Rankings Powered by the Allegheny Grille of Foxburg.
Austin’s senior basketball players were honored last week.
Was it the early low-percentage shooting, first-period foul trouble or running into a Coudersport team bent on petit larceny (seemingly endless steals)? In any case, Coudersport’s men’s basket…
The Pac-12’s decision Tuesday to postpone all sports competition until at least January meant the fiscal bus-driver of college sports, football, will be heading off a cliff in 2020-21. Even if the sport manages some sort of spring season, the money likely won't be the same.
Saints fans will have to watch Drew Brees and Tom Brady do battle from the comfort of their own homes.
Haughton native Dak Prescott says he dreams of being a Dallas Cowboys until he's done throwing a football.
The Pac-12 Conference’s decision to postpone fall sports provided some clarity, but chaos persists in college football and many issues remain unresolved.
“Playing in front of (my friends and family) and representing my town and the city I grew up in, that comes first,” Salpointe Catholic's junior quarterback said. “And as cool as it would be to play somewhere across the nation and play on national TV, you can’t beat playing in front of your family and friends and everyone you’ve known your whole life.”
"I think student-athletes have to voice their opinion on this once they understand what the options are."
ESPN personality Desmond Howard calls for public apology from Frost and NU brass -- an absurd demand.
The Big 12 Board of Directors voted Tuesday night to proceed with plans for its members to play fall sports, moving its start date back to Sept. 2 and announcing stricter testing protocols for COVID-19.
After going undrafted and unsigned as a free agent, Kelly Bryant has renewed hope to make it to the NFL.
In the same release, the Council recommended protections for athletes who opt out of their seasons due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Mid-American Conference's move to postpone its fall sports ultimately pulled Coastal Carolina into the University of Kansas' football schedule and pushed SIU out.
Contemplating his vast number of options, Jeff Choate audibly exhaled and pondered for a little bit longer.
A recommendation from the NCAA's Division I Council would begin to put protections in place for college athletes who opt out or have their seasons cut short by the coronavirus pandemic.
The cornerback had merely one interception during his rookie season in 2018, and had just two last year.
Listen, or watch, Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett discuss a historic day for the Big Ten.