Journal Sports Editor

Titusville and Corry go back a long time in football history.

They played each other in the Potato Bowl, and were rivals in Section 2 and the Northwest Football Conference.

When Corry joined the Erie County League, Corry and Titusville continued the series.

“This has been the first game (of the season), it has been the last game,” said CAHS coach Homer DeLattre, now in his 10th season at the helm. “This a game we need to keep on the schedule for a long time, for both communities.

“Corry and Titusville, Corry and Warren, they should always be played,” he claimed. “We even played Titusville in Warren in 2009.”

That was Corry’s home game when the turf wasn’t quite ready at Sheen Field.

The 4-4 Beavers host the 3-5 Rockets tonight, Corry needs to finish strong if (and when) it makes the District 10 Class AAA playoffs.

Last year at Carter Field, Corry led 35-0 at the half and coasted to a 42-7 win.

See Friday, October 28, 2011 issue of The Journal for complete story

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