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GALETON — Behind strong games from Jake Cochran and Ty Stover, the Galeton soccer team took control late in the game to come out with a 5-2 win over St. Marys on Wednesday, Sept. 16, for their…

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The Northern Potter varsity soccer team is 0-2-1 on the season after three games against Williamson, Sayre and Kane in the past week.

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The third annual NY*PA Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase will be held Saturday, May 18, at the University of Pitt-Bradford’s Kessel Athletic Complex. The Girls’ Game starts at 1 p.m., followed by …

COUDERSPORT — Six months ago, Carlos Barroqueiro announced he was stepping down as president of Coudersport Area Soccer Association. Last week, the association was in danger of shutting its do…

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In a nod to the newly-established co-op agreement with Smethport, the Port Allegany boys’ soccer team made a slight change to one of its traditions this year, chanting “United” in place of “Ga…

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A cold and wet evening on the road, with poor field conditions and high emotions couldn’t stop the Panthers as they put together 95 minutes of solid effort to take home the win over Couderspor…

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The result of the varsity soccer match between Northern Potter and Troy played on Tuesday was a 3-1 loss for Northern Potter.

The varsity soccer match between Northern Potter and Northeast Bradford played on Saturday, Oct. 6 resulted in a 5-4 loss for Northern Potter.

The Port United girls’ soccer team’s road to the postseason hit a few bumps last week, with St. Marys knocking starting goalkeeper Cierra Lannager out of the game early in the Lady Dutch’s 4-1…

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The Port Allegany-Coudersport rivalry on the soccer pitch has deepened through the years, with five of the last eight contests decided by a single goal.

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After having its season shut down in August because of COVID-19 precautions, the Panthers will hold their first official fall practice, the first of 15 they officially can hold over 34 days, Tuesday inside the UNI-Dome.

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AUBURN — In December, back when such things were allowed, Seth Williams sat at a table inside Auburn’s athletics complex surrounded by reporters. The 10-minute conversation with the Tigers’ star wide receiver covered a range of topics, from the upcoming Outback Bowl against Minnesota to his impressions of the freshman wide receivers to the names of players’ various group chats.

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