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Talented backfield to key Brownsville attack

By Kevin Lohman
It’s been quite some time since the Brownsville Falcons team have taken flight. The last time the program posted more then two wins was 2005. ...
Brownsville volleyball standout nets showcase tournament spot
By Kaylie Harper
When Kyonte Martin of Brownsville failed to make her seventh-grade volleyball team, she wasn’t discouraged. After one year of vigorous training and intense focus, Martin ...
Frazier tennis players aid Brownsville team
By Jason Black
Frazier High School doesn’t have a varsity tennis team, but that doesn’t mean the school doesn’t have tennis players. For the third straight season, Frazier ...
Section 5-AA champion Brownsville aims to avoid another early playoff exit
By Jason Mackey
Cole and Ryan Novotney might possess opposite games, but they’re united by one thing. Both members of the Brownsville boys basketball team want to win ...
Southmoreland prepares for winless Brownsville
By Mark King
When the Southoreland Scotties and Brownsville Falcons tangle in Friday’s Class AA Interstate Conference matchup, it will be hard to tell who the home team is. On the schedule, Southmoreland is supposed to wear the home colors. The game, scheduled to be played at Russ Grimm Field in Alverton, has been ...
Burrell rolls over Brownsville, 46-14
By D.j. Vasil
The biggest question surrounding the Burrell Bucs heading into the season opener against Brownsville was who or how would they replace the production of graduated running back Cole Bush. Senior quarterback Cody Wolfe was up to the task as Burrell (1-0) ran over Brownsville (0-1), 46-14, in a nonconference Class ...
Player shortage a major problem for Brownsville
By Ed Phillipps
After finishing last season without a win, the losses for the Brownsville football team continue to pile up. In this case, it is the loss ...
Mariotti leads Freeport to first playoff win in 15 years
By Matt Grubba
Even with his command not quite at 100 percent, Luke Mariotti turned in a commanding playoff pitching performance. The senior pitcher overcame six walks allowed ...
California outlasts Brownsville, 76-72
By Naz Victoria
When California and Brownsville get together on the hardwood, you know the game will be filled with the passion and intensity that only an intense ...
Elizabeth Forward girls easily beat Brownsville
By Mark Kaboly
Elizabeth Forward girls basketball coach Sam Kosanovich is getting all too used to his team wiping out an opponent. The Lady Warriors have done so in ...
California nips Brownsville in OT, 51-49
By Naz Victoria
Thursday’s Section 5 AA game between California and Brownsville lived up to the hype. Both boys’ teams entered the game undefeated, and the Trojans remained that way with an intense 51-49 overtime victory. The game was played in front of a raucous packed house in Brownsville as the teams continued their ...
Charleroi Area closes on big winning note
By Brian Herman
If Friday’s 35-7 Class AA Interstate Conference romp over Brownsville at Cougar Stadium in the season finale is any indication, the future looks bright for ...
Burrell pounds Brownsville
By George Guido
Burrell senior running back Cole Bush tied a school record with five touchdowns in a game and rushed for 221 yards Friday as the Bucs rolled past Brownsville, 41-7, in a nonconference game at Redstone Field. Bush equaled a Burrell mark set by John Suvoy (1968), Tommy Bart (1977), Aaron Brown ...
Brownsville to use late-season victory as building block
By Brian Graham
It’s hard to say if momentum can carry over from one season to the next, but for Brownsville, ending its season on a winning note ...
Errors cost Burrell in first-round loss
By George Guido
Most of Burrell’s losses this season have resulted from mental and physical errors. Tuesday, errors the Bucs a WPIAL playoff game and brought an end to ...

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