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It was Tab Berkhous again atop the leader board in the John Woodard Classic League held Monday Bowl-Aire Lanes.

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WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE  Middle school football: Iroquois at Corry, 4:30 p.m.THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE  Volleyball: Corry at Cochranton, JV 6 p.m.; Southwestern at Clymer, JV 5 p.m.  Soccer: Corry boys at Seneca, 5 p.m.; Corry girls at Warren, 5 p.m.  Middle school basketball: Corry at North East, 4 …

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CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — It took five grueling sets but Union City came away with its first Region 3 volleyball title on Tuesday outlasting Cambridge Springs 26-24, 19-25, 14-25, 15-14 and 15-10.

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The Corry volleyball community celebrated three special senior volleyball players Tuesday night and by the end of the match, Indya Berkhous, Meg Goodsel and Maddi Vona became the winningest class in Corry volleyball history with a 52-3 regular season match record.

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PANAMA, N.Y. - Saturday's football contest featured a pair of 2018 Section VI champions as Cleveland Hill won the Class C title while Clymer/Sherman/Panama took the Class D crown.

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SLIPPERY ROCK -- Corry's cross country teams battled a tough field consisting mainly of WPIAL teams on Saturday at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds.

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The Corry junior varsity football team lost 40-6 on Saturday at home against a tough Warren team.

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WARREN — What started out like a shootout turned into a Warren win over Corry in Friday’s nonregion football game at War Memorial Field.

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UNION CITY - The senior players on Union City's football team had quite a showing as they played their final contest at Bears Stadium on Friday night.

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As I do on occasion, I will jump around a bit today with thoughts running through my mind pertaining to the last couple of weeks in my wide world of sports.

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Bowl-Aire Thursday American LeagueKevin Williams 213-600; Bill Moats 217, 201-616; Tom Arnold 221, 214-633; Kyle Dodd 234, 224-650; Aaron Cressley 223, 217, 247-687; Jason Richardson 249-620; Nolan Pike 225, 219-640; Shawn Murphy 205, 228, 256-689; Doug Jones 209; Tom Hansen 213; Rich Neiswo…

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Bowl-Aire Wednesday Seniors  Larry Greer 194; Dave Wade 190; Rick Minnick 208, 183-543; Dan Migliaccio 188; Russ Berkhous 189, 189-531; Dick Herberg 223-561; Roger Watrous 179; John Woodard 175; Dave Wetmore 190, 257-610; Phil Vandercoy 176, 185-530; Roger Brightman 179, 202-543; Dale Willin…

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WATERFORD — Corry’s volleyball team put together one of its best matches of the season against the Region 5 leading Fort LeBoeuf sweeping the host Bison in three straight games on Thursday 25-13, 25-8, 25-18.

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 Corry’s middle school girls basketball teams hosted Northwestern on Tuesday and lost twice.In the A game, Corry was down 8-0, tying it up at 8-8 at the half on a three-point play by Kaelyn Patterson. But the visitors then pulled away besting the Beavers, 26-17.Kaycee Porter had six points, …

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LAWRENCE PARK — Corry’s boys soccer team played hard against the Iroquois Braves on Tuesday but came up short falling 2-1 in a Region 4 match.

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The Corry and Union City cross country teams competed at North East on Tuesday afternoon. The Corry girls team finished up the regular season with victories over North East 21-34 and Union City 19-42 and ended up with a 6-2 mark in the region for the season.

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 Wednesday is senior night for girls soccer when the Lady Beavers host Titusville fro a 6 p.m. match at Sheen Field.

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SALAMANCA, N.Y. — The defense was outstanding Friday night as Clymer/Sherman/Panama shut out Salamanca 40-0 in Class D action.

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ERIE —The Corry junior varsity team played Mercyhurst Prep for a second time on Saturday. The game was played at Veterans Stadium, one of the first games played on the new turf field.

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Four players had goals as the Erie Otters rebounded Saturday night with a 4-1 victory over the Kingston Frontenacs at the Erie insurance Arena. The Otters improved their home record to 3-1 and took sole possession of first place in the Midwest Division.