Warren Dragons

Warren softball grinds out road win over Franklin

FRANKLIN - Warren made the most of its five hits, holding off Franklin, 5-4, on Thursday. Ellie Lobdell battled for seven innings, leaving two runners on in the seventh to hold on. Trailing 1-0, Lobdell’s two-run blast in the fourth gave the Dragons (6-1) the lead. An inning later, Lex ...

Dragon tennis too much for Harbor Creek

Warren’s boys tennis team picked up its fourth straight win with a 4-1 victory over Harbor Creek at Betts Park Thursday. “We had impressive wins bookend a total team effort,” Warren coach Travis Myler said. Caleb Ei got things going at first singles with 6-1, 6-0 win over Jack Murphy. ...

Dragons drop back-and-forth thriller to HC

HARBOR CREEK, Pa. – One great comeback deserved another in Thursday’s Region 7 showdown between Warren and Harbor Creek. In what has become one of District 10’s best baseball rivalries, it seemed only fitting. With his team trailing 3-0 with two on and one out in the top of the ...

Eagles fall to West Middlesex

West Middlesex slowly built a 9-0 lead against Youngsville before exploding for a 6-run sixth en route to a 15-0 Region 1 win at Davis Street Field Wednesday. The Big Reds scored in five of the six innings while keeping the Eagles off the board despite getting multiple runners in scoring ...

Dragons beat RG for second win in as many days

ROCKY GROVE, Pa. – For the second time in just over a week’s time, Warren boys tennis blanked Rocky Grove. The Dragons won 5-0 at the Orioles Wednesday to improve to 4-2 on the season. Warren revamped its lineup a bit for the second match with RG. AJ Seyler was a straight set winner at ...

Warren girls earn win over Corry

CORRY, Pa. – On a brisk Tuesday afternoon, the Warren girls track and field team came away with an 84-66 win at Corry, while the boys fell by an 87-63 score. Lydia Latimer, Myah Madril and Naomi Hahn were among the Lady Dragons that led the way. Latimer tallied three individual ...

Dragon tennis blanks Titusville, 5-0

Warren’s boys tennis team took advantage of a depleted Titusville squad to pick up a 5-0 win at Betts Park Tuesday. The Dragons were hardly challenged, winning each match in straight sets. “This was a solid team win,” Warren coach Travis Myler said. “We will take it a move from ...

Dragons’ Berdine tosses 1-hit shutout in first varsity start

Warren sophomore Ben Berdine is no longer the Dragons’ best-kept secret. Making his first career varsity start on the mound, Berdine was dazzling, tossing a 1-hit shutout as the Dragons rolled to a 10-0, 6-inning win over Slippery Rock on a picture-perfect Saturday afternoon at Legion ...

Lobdell does it all in Warren’s victory over Slippery Rock

All was quiet for five innings in Warren softball’s second game with Slippery Rock this week. After beating the Rockets, 11-1, on Wednesday, the Dragons found themselves in a scoreless tie in the bottom of the sixth in the Saturday afternoon home game. Ellie Lobdell changed that with ...

Dragons shine at Brookville Invitational

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – The Warren Area High School track and field teams turned in a big day at the 20-team Demans Brookville Invitational on Saturday. The girls were outstanding, with the distance runners stealing the show. Naomi Hahn (12:02.99) and Kayla Giambrone (12:26.85) went 1-2 in ...

Gold bracket champs

Flash 18u captured the gold bracket title at Westminster College on Sunday. The team consists of 5 seniors who have signed to play at the next level, and 2 juniors. Players from left to right are: Maria Amory, Alissa Dickson, Sophie Varndell, Kat Ledford, Warren’s Lex Nyquist, Belle Snyder, ...

Hoffman blast sparks 7-run inning in Dragons’ victory

Through three innings Thursday, the Warren softball team had collected just three hits and was clinging to a 1-0 lead over visiting Titusville. Kiersten Hoffman led off the bottom of the fourth inning and blasted a 1-1 pitch over the left-centerfield fence and sparked a 7-run outburst that ...

Warren routs Slippery Rock in D-10 title game rematch

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - After a two-hour bus ride, it took Warren’s bats a little time to get going. When they did, the Dragons used a 10-run fourth inning en route to an 11-1 win in a rematch of last season’s D-10 Class 4A title game. Warren and Slippery Rock traded RBI hits from Celia ...

LeBoeuf’s Clark shuts down potent Dragon lineup

Warren’s Ryan Rafalski and Fort LeBoeuf’s Riley Clark engaged in a classic pitcher’s dual at Legion Field Wednesday. In a combined 12 2/3 innings, the pair allowed just one earned run. In the end, it was Clark’s Bison who came away with a 3-2 Region 7 win over Rafalski and the ...

Warren tennis powers past visiting Oil City

Warren’s boys tennis team battled to a 4-1 win over visiting Oil City Wednesday. The Dragons’ lone loss came as a result of an injury forfeit in second doubles. Caleb Ei made quick work of Alec Klapec at first singles with a 6-0, 6-1 win. At second singles, Tyler Howard defeated Caleb ...

Dragons swept by Meadville, but turn in a number of strong performances

On a sunny, albeit windy day at War Memorial Field, the Warren Area High School track and field teams got their season started. The girls came excruciatingly close in a 72-69 loss to Meadville, while the boys fell by a 91-50 score. There were a number of impressive performances, however. ...

Dragons rally for win over McLane in Region 6 opener

When they’re hitting the ball hard and the hits aren’t coming, there’s no panic from the Warren baseball team – they know they will come eventually. That was evident in Monday’s Region 6 opener against General McLane. Lancers starter Derek Fay kept the Dragon offense at bay ...

WAHS netters blank RG

Warren’s boys tennis team won its first home match of the season, 5-0, over visiting Rocky Grove Monday. Each match was a 6-0, 6-0 win for the Dragons. “This match gave us a chance to look at the depth of our squad and get looks at a few different player options,” Warren coach Travis ...

Warren grinds out win over Cranberry

SENECA - Warren began a busy week with a 2-1 non-region win at Cranberry. The Dragons were without two starters, but battled for seven innings to win its second straight after a season-opening loss to McDowell. Ellie Lobdell scattered six hits, and worked out of a bases-loaded, no-outs jam en ...