Warren Dragons

Dragons fall to Huskies on the mat

The Warren Dragons suffered a tough loss to the Harbor Creek Huskies at Joseph A. Massa Gymnasium on Friday, 62-9. “I thought we would win a lot more of these matches, but we did not and that’s okay,” said Warren coach Dean Johnson. The Dragons’ varsity line-up contains four freshmen, ...

Dragons fall in tight battle with Rocky Grove

OIL CITY – Warren played one really good half against Rocky Grove in the Oil City Blue & White Holiday Tournament, but a poor third quarter proved to be too much to overcome in a 71-64 setback. Rocky Grove (7-1), currently listed as ‘Others to Watch’ in the Class 2A state rankings, ...

Lady Dragons drop game to WPIAL power Canon-McMillan

CALIFORNIA – Warren has faced its fare share of challenges in the early season, and that continued on Thursday at the Cal U. Holiday Classic against Canon-McMillan. Despite 15 points and four assists from junior guard Margo Loutzenhiser, the Lady Dragons fell to one of the top 6A teams in ...

Tourney time

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 ...

Big fourth quarter lifts Dragons past Conneaut in Region 6 opener

Warren knows that protecting its home court in Region 6 play is vital. And while they might have taken an interesting route to get there, they did just that on Friday, beating Conneaut 70-55 at Joseph A. Massa Gymnasium. It was a game that saw the Dragons lead by 16 in the first half, ...

Lady Dragons drop Region 6 road contest at Harbor Creek

HARBOR CREEK – A grueling schedule continued for the Warren Lady Dragons on Friday, and they just ran out of steam on the road at Harbor Creek. Warren trailed just 23-22 early in the third quarter, but Harbor Creek rattled off 31 of the game’s final 33 points en route to a 54-24 Region 6 ...

Lady Dragons battle in close loss to Mercyhurst Prep

While they aren’t big on moral victories, the Warren Lady Dragons nevertheless have plenty to build on following a 55-46 loss to powerhouse Mercyhurst Prep on Thursday. Playing again without point guard Autumn Hultberg, they got 18 points from Margo Loutzenhiser as well as strong efforts ...

New proposed D-10 regions see several key changes

District 10 released its proposed regions for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years, with several changes on tap for Warren County Schools. The first change comes in the fall for Warren football, which will now share Region 5 with Fort LeBoeuf, General McLane, Oil City, Meadville, Franklin and ...

Dragons drop thrilling home-opener to Meadville, 35-27

The Warren Dragons gave a packed Joseph A. Massa Gymnasium their money’s worth in their home opener on Tuesday against Meadville. Down 32-12 to Meadville, the Dragons cut the margin to 32-27 before the Bulldogs closed it out in the final match of the night. “We won some I didn’t ...

Dragons top Owls

Warren’s boys basketball team took full advantage of a final tune-up game before region play begins Friday. The Dragons opened the game with a 9-0 run and never trailed as they defeated visiting Bradford, 62-45, Monday. “I’m very pleased with the effort,” Warren coach Jeff Berdine ...

Eisenhower picks up region road win

UNION CITY- Eisenhower hit the road to pick up a 49-34 Region 3 victory over Union City on Monday. Leading 18-15 at halftime, the Lady Knights (3-2, 1-1 in Region 3) outscored the hosts 15-6 in the third quarter to take control of the game. “We started to take control in the second, but ...

Knights finish 3rd, Dragons 8th at STOWA

DUNKIRK, NY – The Eisenhower and Warren wrestling teams traveled to Dunkirk on Friday and Saturday for the 32nd Annual STOWA Holiday Classic, with very positive results. The Knights’ Logan Jaquay earned the 113-pound title as the Knights finished third in the team standings (193), just ...

Warren falls to Southwestern

JAMESTOWN, NY – Even the best plans can be thwarted when something unexpected happens. Such was the case for the Warren Lady Dragons on Saturday against Southwestern, as a strong game plan had to be thrown out the window less than a minute into the game when senior point guard Autumn ...

Dragons drop road contest at Cathedral Prep

ERIE – Warren’s gauntlet of an early season schedule continued on Friday with another trip to Erie, this time to take on the Cathedral Prep Ramblers. Adam Upperman led a balanced effort for the hosts with 16 points as they steadily pulled away for a 78-44 win. “We didn’t step up ...

WAHS swimmers sweep Meadville

Both the Warren boys and girls swim teams came away with wins against visiting Meadville Thursday. The boys won 91-79, while the girls beat the Bulldogs 94-81. “Both the boys and girls team competed hard. Every event, we were right there,” said Warren coach Russ Beyer. “It was a very ...

Trio of Dragons earn D-10 honors

Warren volleyball standouts Lydia Latimer, Ellie Lobdell and Lex Nyquist earned one final honor, as all three were named to the All-District 10 volleyball team. Latimer, a junior outside hitter, was named first team, while Lobdell, a junior opposite and Nyquist, a sophomore setter, were both ...

Dragons win home openers

Warren’s Cara Anderson competes in the 200 medley realy against visiting Meadville in the Dragons’ home opener on Thursday at the Warren County YMCA. Warren won the event with a time of 2:17.59. Both the boys and girls teams came away with victories. For full results, see Saturday’s ...

Warren drops battle at McDowell

ERIE – Warren was able to get on the mat for its opening match of the season on Thursday, and the results was a hard-fought 42-27 setback at McDowell. Liam Stevenson (170) and Alex Anderson (126) won by pin for the Dragons, while Gannon commit Owen Balas earned a technical fall at 152 and ...

Dragons fall 74-51 to talented McDowell squad

ERIE – Warren knew Wednesday’s game against McDowell would be a challenge, but ultimately it’s one they will be better for. The Trojans hit 11 3-pointers – six of which came in the first quarter, en route to a 74-51 win over the visiting Dragons. Cole Becker led the way with 19 ...

Dragon swimmers edge Dutch

ST. MARYS – The Warren Area High School swim teams got their season underway on Monday with a road meet at St. Marys. The boys came away with a close 78-74 victory, while the girls fell to the Lady Dutch, 117-65. Andrew Beyer (200 free, 100 backstroke) and Stephen Ashbaugh (200 IM) were ...