Sheffield Wolverines

Sheffield, WCCS notch wins; Warren falls to defending state champ Corry

BROCKWAY – Sheffield used a strong serving game to gain a road sweep of Brockway, 25-14, 25-9 and 25-16. Mya Grubbs led the way from the service line with 11 service points and 17 assists. Callen Copely added 13 service points and Lexi Lyon had 10 service points to go along with seven kills ...

AML South power Ridgway tops Sheffield

JOHNSONBURG – Sheffield fell to AML South powerhouse Ridgway Friday night in Johnsonburg, 58-6, in a game that saw multiple players taken away in ambulances, a halftime that took place with 4:53 left in the second quarter, and a memory of a lifetime for one player. “It was kind of a weird ...

Dragons looking for second win; Ike, Sheffield seek first

It’s hard to believe, but we’re already into the fourth week of the high school football season. Warren earned it’s first victory of the season last week, a 44-34 triumph over Franklin in which the offense erupted for over 550 total yards. Eisenhower, meanwhile, is still in search ...

Ike, Sheffield, Youngsville volleyball fall

KANE – Sheffield traveled to Kane on Thursday, and while the result was a 3-1 (18-25, 25-22, 10-25, 17-25) setback, it was a big improvement from Tuesday’s match against St. Marys. “We had a lot more effort and energy tonight,” said Sheffield coach Melissa Lemay. Callen Copley had ...

Sheffield falls to Curwensville

CURWENSVILLE – A big first half by Golden Tide quarterback Bryce Timko helped lead Curwensville to a 56-8 win over visiting Sheffield. The Wolverines kept the Tide scoreless for just half of the first quarter, until Timko connected with Nick Stewart for a 20-yard touchdown. With the ...

Warren tops OC; Sheffield goes 5 with Bradford

OIL CITY – Warren won its second consecutive match to start the season, besting Oil City in three sets – 25-12, 25-16 and 25-22. “We had good ball control and had a lot of attacks which is what we’re trying to do, we just have to cut out a few mental errors but we’re on the right ...

Local football teams aim for first win

Week 3 of the high school football season is here, and Warren, Eisenhower and Sheffield are in search of their first victories of the season. All three have faced incredibly tough schedules out of the gate, with their opponents so far having a combined record of 6-0 and all of whom are ...

Warren beats Titusville for Dolan’s 100th win

TITUSVILLE – Warren’s first Region 4 match of the season came with a milestone. After opening its season at the Fort LeBoeuf Tournament on Saturday, Warren traveled to Titusville on Tuesday and came away with a 3-0 win (25-13, 25-21, 25-16) in its Region 4 opener. The win was the 100th ...

Wolverines play Brockway tough, but miscues prove costly in 37-13 loss

The Brockway Rovers were able to capitalize on a few Sheffield penalties and turnovers while amassing 442 offensive yards to improve to 2-0 with a 37-13 win on Wolverine Mountain. “Listen, to win football games, we started at the beginning of the year saying there’s three things you have ...

County teams looking to bounce back

It was a tough Friday night to open the season for Warren County, and the three teams will look to bounce back this weekend. Warren gets its Region 5 schedule going tonight against Grove City, while Eisenhower has another tough non-region game against Fort LeBoeuf. On Saturday, Sheffield ...

Wolverines hang tough, but drop battle to ECC

ST. MARYS – Sheffield’s Kevin Evans and Elk County Catholic’s Alec Bittler were not afraid to carry the load for each of their teams Friday night, in what ended up being a 27-12 Crusaders’ home victory. Evans rushed for 84 yards, averaging six yards per carry, while hauling in nine ...

The time has come

The sweat of summer practices and the long days in the weight room have led to this – it’s officially time for some football. The excitement of the opening game of the season never gets old, and there is plenty to look forward to. Here are some of the storylines I’m watching as the ...

Pennsylvania rallies for 48-30 win in Big 30

BRADFORD – Eleven recent Warren County high school graduates got to strap on the pads one more time at the high school level. Eisenhower’ Spencer Gray, John Hummell, Hunter McNutt and Adam Pascuzzi, Warren’s Joey Carlson, Brendon Mattson and Hayden Salapek, Sheffield’s Mason Albaugh, ...

Kane looks to maintain dominance in AML

RIDGWAY – The final two weeks of the season will likely tell the story in the Allegheny Mountain League South in 2017. Kane has been the division’s kingpin for the last two years. This year, the Wolves end their season with a home matchup against the reigning District 9 champs, Ridgway, ...

Football fever

All three Warren County high school football teams got a chance to see how spring conditioning programs improved their skill position players in the first of a series of 7-on-7 competitions at War Memorial Field Thursday. Warren, Sheffield and Eisenhower competed in a round robin style ...

Lady Eagles score victory over county rival Sheffield, 13-6

It was a sweet senior night for Youngsville in its battle with county foe Sheffield. The Lady Eagles scored seven runs in the second inning and Kathy Sveda and Rebekah Hogg belted home runs in a 13-6 victory on Tuesday. Youngsville struck early and often as they honored their six seniors ...

Big day as Eisenhower girls win Warren County Track Meet

Thursday’s Warren County Track Meet had a little bit of everything. Two broken records and a new team champion were the highlight of what was a terrific day of action. Eisenhower junior TerryLee Talasky broke the meet record in the 400 and Warren freshman Naomi Hahn did the same in the ...

Number of Dragons with standout efforts in WCTM victory

It was an impressive performance for the Warren boys at the Warren County Track Meet, as they rolled to victory with 127 points. Eisenhower (53.5) and Youngsville (53) were pretty much dead even in the race for second. The Dragon duo of Blake Ristau and Troy Shattuck shared Track MVP honors, ...

Sheffield drops slugfest to Johnsonburg

Sheffield came out on the losing end of a slugfest on Thursday, dropping a 22-9 decision to District 9 foe Johnsonburg. Despite the loss, Mya Grubbs had a monster game for the Lady Wolverines. Grubbs tripled and blasted and homer, driving in five runs in the process. “Mya had a good ...

Busy, exciting week ahead for local athletes

The rain has finally gone away, so the teams will play. Last week’s wet weather forced a number of schedule changes, with athletic directors scrambling to squeeze games in during the final two weeks of the regular season. The good news is that the forecast is calling for dry skies all ...