The Wolves Den was rocking Wednesday as the 10-3 Kane Lady Wolves took on the 10-0 Bradford Lady Owls but fell short, 47-41.
The crowd didnâ€™t leave disappointed as both teams put it all on the line. It was a little sloppy at times but all in all it was a great high school game to watch.
Bradford came out just as Kane thought with full court pressure and was able to get the Wolves on their heels to create turnovers. This led to some good opportunities at the other end.
In his job as a deputy in the McKean County Sheriff's Department, Dave Engman of Kane said he "strived to treat people like I would want to be treated in that situation."
He said he plans to "carry over" this principle as he begins his duty as the new judge for the Kane District Court.
"Most judges want to be known as a fair judge," Engman said. He said the "law dictates the majority of your job and how a district judge proceeds" in handling cases.
BROOKVILLE â€” Jurors during the third day of the Steven P. Rebert's double-homicide trial learned how he left a video trail of surveillance of him stopping at Sheetz as he made his way to the home of Wayne and Vickie Shugar, Coal Tipple Road, Brockway.
Rebert, formerly of Emporium, faces double homicide charges in the shooting deaths of the Shugars, both 61, who were found dead April 12, 2010, in their home.