Local Sports

Fehlman, Williams, Hahn excelling in college ranks

After dropping down to a lower weight class, Warren Area High School graduate D.J. Fehlman is beginning to hit his stride for the Lock Haven University wrestling team. Fehlman went 6-1 en route to a third-place finish for the Bald Eagles at this past weekend’s Franklin & Marshall ...

Local flooding wipes out high school slate

For the second time this week, weather postponed all high school sporting events involving Warren County schools. While freezing rain and icy conditions were the culprit on Tuesday, localized flooding in many areas of Warren County forced events to be moved on Thursday. The unbeaten ...

Warren wrestlers pin Oil City, 63-11

Warren looked impressive in beating the Oil City Oilers at Joseph A. Massa gymnasium Wednesday, 63-11. The Dragons opened up with a pin by Jake Engstrom at 138 – the first of many. The rest of the night consisted of quick pins from Warren, and forfeits from Oil City. Pins came from ...

State-ranked Strong Vincent too much for Dragons

Warren has gone up against some of the top teams in District 10 in its first 10 games of the season, but Strong Vincent may be the best of the bunch. Behind 17 points from Tennessee Tech commit David Morris, the Colonels handed the Dragons a 78-37 setback in Region 6 action on ...

Youngsville, Eisenhower grapplers drop matches

A strong showing in contested matches wasn’t enough for Youngsville to overcome six forfeits in Wednesday’s Region 3 wrestling dual against Union City, as the Eagles fell to the Bears by a final score of 54-17. Nathan Lehman got the Eagles started on the right foot with a 19-4 ...

Sheffield boys top Tidioute

Sheffield inched closer to the .500 mark with a 75-37 non-league win over Tidioute Charter on Wednesday. Cale Albaugh led the way with 16 points for the Wolverines (5-7 overall) while Roger Dunham chipped in 12 and Cam Retterer added 11 points and eight rebounds off the bench. Drew Higby just ...

Youngsville tripped up by Region 3 foe

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — A rocky start was too much for Youngsville to overcome in Monday’s 47-21 loss to Cambridge Springs in a Region 3 girls basketball game. The Lady Eagles were outscored 18-3 in the first quarter and were unable to make up the ground in the second half. Caitlin Craig ...

Swimming…

Below are the results from Monday’s swim meet between Warren, Cathedral Prep and Villa Maria at the Warren County YMCA: GIRLS VILLA 122, WARREN 57 200 Medley Relay: 1. Villa 2:12; 2. Warren; 3. Villa 200 Free: 1. Agresti (V) 2:27.4; 2 .Jefferys (V); 3. Slater (V) 200 IM: 1. ...

Freezing rain forces changes to varsity slate

Tuesday’s slate of high school sporting events was wiped clean due to freezing rain in the area, forcing a handful of schedule changes for local teams. The Strong Vincent at Warren, Cochranton at Youngsville, and Eisenhower at Saegertown boys basketball games were all postponed and will be ...

Warren girls ease past Corry; now 10-0

CORRY – Warren kept their perfect season intact with a 45-28 Region 6 victory over Corry on Monday. The Lady Dragons got 15 points each from Margo Loutzenhiser and Autumn Hultberg on their way to a fairly comfortable victory. After a big win over Central Tech on Saturday, Warren coach ...

Lady Knights drop Region 3 contest

The Lady Knights started slow and couldn’t find a way to jump-start the offense against Saegertown on Monday, falling by a final score of 39-17 in Region 3 action at Eisenhower High School. “I don’t think we were focused and ready to go against their 2-3 zone,” said Ike coach ...

WCCS girls get win over Erie First

Warren County Christian School got a strong performance from Emma Marino on their way to a 35-19 win over visiting Erie First Christian Academy on Monday, Marino scored a game-high 17 points while grabbing six rebounds and dishing out three assists in the winning effort. The key to victory ...

Tidioute boys earn first win of season

Tidioute has been building for the future with a core group of young players, and it all came together on Monday for the season’s first win on the road against Forest Area, 58-56. The Bulldogs took advantage of their opportunities from the foul line to hold off Forest in the fourth quarter. ...

ECC too much for Sheffield

Sheffield jumped out to an early 4-2 lead on Elk County Catholic, the No. 3 ranked team in the state in Class 1A, but that turned out to be short-lived. The Crusaders (9-0) overall, 5-0 AML) put on a clinic on both ends of the floor en route to a 79-29 over the Wolverines on ...

Warren swimmers bested by Prep, Villa

Warren knew it would have its hands full on Monday against Cathedral Prep and Villa Maria. The private Erie schools were as advertised, with Prep beating the Warren boys 122-57 and Villa topping the Lady Dragons 132-46. “They’re top-notch in every event,” said Warren coach Russ Beyer. ...

Forest Area hands Lady Bulldogs 45-30 setback

A big third quarter pushed Forest Area past Tidioute in Monday’s girls basketball action at TCCS, as the Lady Fires went on to win by a final score of 45-30. Forest outscored the Lady Bulldogs 21-6 coming out of the break and Tidioute was unable to recover despite 15 points from Nakiesha ...

Warren girls get big Region 6 win

After a big comeback win at McDowell on Thursday, Warren still had more than enough left in the tank to cap an impressive week. Margo Loutzenhiser scored 19 points and Autumn Hultberg added 10 as the Lady Dragons used a smothering defensive effort to beat Central Tech 40-25 on ...

Dragons fall at General McLane

EDINBORO – An 18-9 second quarter  run for General McLane gave them momentum they wouldn’t relinquish in a 71-52 Region 6 win over Warren on Saturday. The Dragons got 14 points and four rebounds from Griffin Suppa, but the Lancers (6-3 overall, 2-0 Region 6), were able to take advantage ...

Engstrom, DeSimone second at Tool City

MEADVILLE – Warren took 11th overall and Eisenhower 19th at the annual Tool City Tournament on Friday and Saturday at Meadville. For the Dragons, Nick DeSimone and Jake Engstrom turned in impressive performances, each taking second place at 170 and 138 respectively. For the Knights, ...

Jamestown Jackals set to begin second season in PBL

Stop surviving, start thriving. That’s the motto of #IntegrityFirst, the non-profit organization created by Kayla Crosby, owner of the Jamestown Jackals. The Jackals are a member of the Premier Basketball League, which brands itself as ‘The Triple A League of Professional ...