March 30th, 2014
The Kane girlsâ€™ track and field team made their annual trip south to Saturdayâ€™s Altoona Igloo Invitational. The Kane teams were scheduled to open their season on Tuesday, but the home meet against Northern Potter was postponed until this week, making Saturday the first outdoor competition of the year.
The Kane boysâ€™ track team started off the 2014 well with some solid performances at Saturdayâ€™s Altoona Igloo Invitational. The team was led on the track by Chris Hunt, Nate Moore, Bailey Colson, Hunter Yasurek and Chris Udovich, according to coach Tom Cecchetti. All four Kane relay teams placed in the invitational.
Kane natives and longtime friends Sam Cummings Jr. and Tom Jones are embarking on a joint business venture-- the first of its kind in the area.
CLARION â€“ Kane's Jeff Kocjancic and Camryn Cummings have been recognized as part of the All American Awards and Engraving/D9sports.com All-District 9 boys and girls basketball awards and teams.
Kocjancic was named third team with an average of 15 points-per-game.
Cummings was named co-rookie of the year along with Brookville's Hali Olson.
Having the same name as a famous clown has caused Ronald McDonald of Kane to bear the brunt of many jokes over the years.
RIDGWAY â€“ House Bill 1701 may be the answer to a lot of problems throughout the area.
The legislation aims to create a rural community college pilot program serving an 11-county region of northwest and north central Pennsylvania.
The DDCC of April School of Dance in St. Marys recently attended the Starquest dance competition in Pittsburgh.
SMETHPORT â€“ McKean County is finding that crime does pay.
The county last year received nearly $71,000 for housing female inmates from Potter and Cameron counties. The county this year already has collected more than $21,000 from the two counties for providing jail space for their female inmates.
Stray cats are causing health problems for residents on Park Avenue in Kane.
CLEARFIELD â€” Bart Snyder of Olean, N.Y., who bowls out of Byllye Lanes in Bradford, took home top honors in the District 4 Gold Pin Club tournament held Sunday at Clearfield Lanes. 38 club members and guests, 27 boys and 11 girls, started the afternoon off with a three-game qualifying series with Ryan Mitskavich of DuBois being the tournament leader with a high game of 279 and a 673 series.