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Lady Eagles drop Region 3 contest to Cambridge Springs

Points can be at a premium when playing the top tier teams in Region 3. Youngsville’s girls found out exactly how premium in the third quarter of their game with visiting Cambridge Springs Monday. The Eagles (4-6, 1-3 Region 3) went 5:43 between points in the period and the Blue Devils ...

Warren County Christian school earns victory over Erie First

ERIE – Jared Younger scored 21 points and pulled down 13 rebounds as the Warren County Christian School boys earned a 43-36 win over Erie First Christian on Monday. The Lions had a strong start, opening up a 16-4 lead after the first quarter en route to the win. “We were much more ...

Lady Knights fall to Saegertown

SAEGERTOWN – A slow start proved to be too much to overcome for Eisenhower in a 39-23 setback to Saegertown, the team directly in front of them in the Region 3 standings, on Monday. The Lady Knights (4-6 overall, 2-2 Region 3) struggled offensively in the first half, but a three-pointer by ...

State-ranked ECC too much for Sheffield

ST MARYS – Sheffield boys basketball coach Mike Knapp knows where he wants his program to be in the next few years. Essentially, it’s where their hosts Monday night currently are. Elk County Catholic demonstrated why its the No. 8 Single A team in the state with a 70-35 win over the ...

District 10, 9 teams litter state hoops rankings

The latest Pennsylvania High School boys basketball rankings were released today by City of Basketball Love on Monday, with teams from District 10 and District 9 littered all over them. District 10 features the lone representative to be ranked No. 1 as the top team in Class 1A – Kennedy ...

Lancers edge Dragons in Region 6 showdown

In a battle for early season supremacy atop Region 6, General McLane’s Seth Myers and Josh Schreiber wouldn’t be denied. Myers scored 27 points and Schreiber had 17 points and 24 rebounds as the Lancers pulled away late for a 60-50 win over the Warren Dragons in a Saturday matinee at ...

Where do the Bills go from here?

Tyrod Taylor was thrown violently to the turf on a third down play with the Bills trailing 10-3 and trying desperately to drive down the field and tie the game in the waning moments of Sunday’s wildcard game against Jacksonville. Taylor wouldn’t return, and Nathan Peterman scrambled and ...

Knights finish 7th at Tool City

MEADVILLE – Eisenhower went to the Tool City Tournament on Friday and Saturday and came away with a seventh-place team finish. Coming off their big win over Fort LeBoeuf, the Knights didn’t send their full team down, as they are dealing with a few bumps and bruises. They did, however, ...

Wild Card weekend: AFC

While on the surface the NFC looks to be more entertaining, the AFC has its fair share of intriguing storylines as we hit Wild Card weekend. Most notably, the Buffalo Bills, who are partying like its 1999 after ending the longest playoff drought in the NFL. They also have the most talked ...

Wild Card weekend: NFC

The NFL playoffs are set to begin this weekend and it certainly appears the league is ready to party like it’s 1999 as Jacksonville, Tennessee, Minnesota, L.A. (by way of St. Louis) Rams and, yes even the Buffalo Bills, are all back in the postseason. While the Bills are far and away the ...

Rivalry renewed: McDowell edges Warren in Region 6 battle

Adversity doesn’t build character, it reveals it. It’s an age-old cliche, one that could be aptly applied to the Warren Lady Dragons after yet another close loss to a good opponent – this one a 46-41 setback to McDowell at Joseph A. Massa Gymnasium. “I know we’re better than our ...

Ike girls power past Iroquois

The low post duo of Emily Wheeler and Lydia Giannini scored 14 points each as Eisenhower rolled to a 46-30 win over visiting Iroquios Thursday. A 17-point second quarter outburst sparked the Knights (4-5, 2-1 Region 3) win. “We worked the ball (down low) in the second,” Eisenhower coach ...

Warren drops road meets at Prep/Villa

Warren’s swim teams traveled to the Prep Villa Event Center Thursday and were swept. Cathedral Prep won the boys meet, 137-42, and Villa Maria’s girls won, 128-51. Lydia Latimer earned the only victories for either squad, taking first place in both the 50 freestyle and 100 ...

Sheffield girls top Tidioute

One of the more popular motivational phrases says, “It’s not about the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.” While that can often be applied, size certainly made a big difference for Sheffield’s girls in a 56-35 win over visiting Tidioute Charter ...

Dragons earn Region 6 road win over Fort LeBoeuf

WATERFORD – Colby Johnson kept Warren in the game at Fort LeBoeuf in the first half with his hot shooting, and his teammates got in on the act in the second. Johnson scored all 13 of his points in the first, while Jake Kupchella had a game-high 15 as the Dragons used an impressive second ...

Knights roll to non-region win

HADLEY – Eisenhower went on the road and make quick work of non-region foe Commodore Perry, cruising to a 68-25 win on Wednesday. Jaydon Hayes had another big game for the Knights with 25 points, while Zack Fincher had 14. The Knights (3-5) jumped out to a 17-5 lead after one quarter ...

A look around the college ranks

As the calendar turns to 2018, it’s time to check in and see how some of our local products are doing in the collegiate ranks this winter. – – – D.J. Hahn (Cal U. Women’s Basketball) The Warren Area High School product has come into her own as a sophomore, starting all 13 ...

The CFP is a broken system that needs fixed

Sports have always generated debate. It’s one of the things that makes it fun to watch. Jordan or LeBron? Ali or Tyson? DH or no DH? 1970s Steelers or 1980s 49ers? Gretzky, Lemieux or Crosby? These are just a sampling of topics likely to come up at any sports bar on any given night. ...

Lady Eagles topple Forest Area

TIONESTA – Youngsville’s girls basketball team limited Forest to just six points in the second half as the Eagles rolled to a 34-22 win over their hosts Tuesday. A strong net presence in the second half limited Forest’s second chance opportunities. “We played really good defense in ...

WAHS swim teams fall at Titusville

TITUSVILLE – The Warren swim teams traveled to Titusville on Tuesday and came out on the short end – the girls 92-75 and the boys 92-67. Lydia Latimer was a multiple event winner for the girls, taking first in the 50 free and 100 backstroke, while also swimming a leg on the winning 200 ...