Warren County boys and girls basketball teams look to end year on high note during holiday tournaments
The holiday week continues with some basketball, as many of our local teams are in action in the coming days.
In Sheffield, the Wolverines will host the Sheffield Sports Boosters Christmas Tournament, looking to get in the win column before the calendar turns to 2018. They will play Union (3-3) in the nightcap on Wednesday (7:30 p.m.), while Kane (1-2) takes on Youngsville (1-4).
The consolation and championship games will be at 6 and 7:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Other boys teams in action include the Warren Dragons, who are coming off wins over Bradford and Conneaut last week. They will play Thursday at 6 p.m. when they take on Rocky Grove in the Oil City Blue & White Holiday Tournament, with Oil City and Vision Quest meeting in the other game.
The JV team will be at the Elk County Catholic Holiday Tournament on Wednesday and Thursday.
The Eisenhower boys, coming off a win over Cochranton, will take on Titusville at 6 p.m. on Friday in the Corry Christmas Tournament, while the host Beavers meat Union City in the other game.
The Warren Lady Dragons will face some stiff competition when they travel to the Cal. U. Christmas Classic. They play Canon-McMillan (6-1) out of the WPIAL on Thursday (4 p.m.) and defending West Virginia state champion Fairmont (7-0) on Friday (6 p.m.).
The JVs will play Canon-Mac at 6 on Thursday and Obama Academy at 4 on Friday.
Like the Eisenhower boys, the Youngsville girls will also be at the Corry Christmas Tournament, playing the hosts on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
The Eisenhower girls (3-3), meanwhile, will be playing at the Kane Christmas Tournament Wednesday and Thursday.
They will play Clarion (2-4) on Wednesday at 6 p.m., while host Kane (4-0) will take on standout forward Tori Obenrader and North Clarion (6-0) in the nightcap.
On Thursday, the consolation game will be at 6 p.m. followed by the championship.
Meanwhile on the wrestling docket, Warren hosts Harbor Creek on Thursday.