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Eisenhower girls best Youngsville

The first installment of the girls basketball edition of the ‘Backyard Brawl’ went the way of the Eisenhower Lady Knights. Emiley Wheeler poured in 22 points, while Lydia Giannini had 18 for EHS, which picked up its first win of the season, improving to 1-2 with a 54-29 win over ...

Eisenhower powers past county foe Youngsville in opener

A promising season for Eisenhower wrestling got off to a strong start Tuesday as the Knights traveled to Youngsville and blanked the Eagles, 66-0. The Knights (1-0) gained 30 points in forfeits, but grabbed bonus points, including four pins, in six of the seven contested matches. For ...

Youngsville girls edge Tidioute

The Youngsville Lady Eagles rebounded from a tough loss at Sheffield Saturday with a win over another county opponent Tuesday. The Eagles traveled to Tidioute and came away with a hard-fought, 41-35 win over the Lady Bulldogs. “We had a better team effort tonight,” Youngsville coach ...

Eagles fall on the road at Oil City

OIL CITY, Pa. – The Youngsville Eagles took a big step up in competition Tuesday, traveling to Oil City and falling by a score of 57-35 to the Oilers. It was the first setback of the season for the Eagles, who were coming off a tournament championship in the Forest Area Tip-Off. “Too ...

Eagles win Forest Area Tip-Off Tournament title

TIONESTA, Pa. – The season may just be getting started, but there is no question that this is a different Youngsville Eagle team. Sophomore point guard Joe Mack scored 21 points and fellow sophomore Brady Olewine bounced back from a tough shooting night in the opener, pouring in 16 to lead ...

Sheffield girls beat Youngsville in consolation game

Down 19-15 in the fourth quarter, Youngsville’s Sadie Hoffman dropped in a three with 2:45 left to play to pull the Eagles within one. Sheffield responded at the foul line seconds later when Annabel Sheldon sunk two game clinching free throws. Eagles’ Mallory Sherrard would add a layup ...

Young guns

A youth movement swept through the Youngsville boys basketball program last season. With a new head coach, Jesse DeLoof, not that far removed from playing days himself and a crop of freshmen who occupied 80 percent of the starting positions by season’s end, a new generation of Eagles ...

Eagles outlast Bethel in Forest Tip-Off

TIONESTA, Pa. – Youngsville had a stiff test in its opener against Jamestown Bethel in the Forest Tip-Off Tournament on Friday. They passed it. Timber Bower scored 16 points and Gage Hendrickson had 15 points and pulled down 13 rebounds as the Eagles held off a late rally by Bethel, ...

Y’ville, Sheffield girls fall in Tip-Off tourney

Port Allegany outscored Youngsville 24-3 in the third quarter en route to a 60-30 win in the Sheffield Sports Boosters Tip-Off Tournament. It was a 10-point game (26-16) at the half, but Port Allegany was able to use their speed to force turnovers and force them into easy buckets. Bree ...

Tip-off time

It’s time to play for real. Today marks the official start of the 2018-19 winter sports season, with a number of tip-off tournaments. The Warren Lady Dragons and the Sheffield Sports Boosters are a chance for fans to see local teams in action, while several others are traveling to get ...

Runners ready for D-10 cross country championships

aclose@timesobserver.com Cross country runners have prepared all season for this moment – the District 10 championships are upon us. Warren, Eisenhower and Youngsville will join their counterparts, with many looking to punch that elusive ticket to states. In 2016, the Warren girls ...

Cross country competes at Northwest PA Invite

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – All three county cross country programs competed at the Northwest Pennsylvania Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, the final tune-up before the District 10 Championships this coming weekend at Sharon’s Buhl Park. Warren’s Graham Carr led all county finishers with a ...

Eisenhower wins epic battle with Youngsville

One big rally deserved another, and a raucous gym at Youngsville Area High School saw another fierce battle between the host Lady Eagles and the Eisenhower Lady Knights. In the end it was Eisenhower that won the latest installment of this volleyball clash, 3-1, 25-19, 23-25, 28-26, 30-28. ...

Eisenhower battles state-ranked Cochranton

Eisenhower coach Scott Olson doesn’t want to sound like a broke record, but he knows how close his team is. They took on Cochranton on Tuesday, the No. 2 ranked Class A team in the state, and fell by scores of 12-25, 8-25 and 17-25. And while the result wasn’t what they wanted, the ...

Sheffield falls to J’burg; Youngsville, Tidioute triumph

Coming into the season with a young, inexperienced team, Sheffield volleyball knew it would experience its fair share of ups and downs. While the Wolverines passed well during a loss to Ridgway Monday, they were unable to replicate that effort at home Thursday as they were swept by visiting ...

Warren, Youngsville race North East at fairgrounds

On a beautiful day for a cross country race at the Warren County Fairgrounds, Warren topped Youngsville in the boys race, while the Dragons’ Naomi Hahn and Kayla Giambrone finished 1-2 for the girls. North East swept the boys race, led by Josh Lewis, a District 10 and state title ...

Youngsville bests Tidioute

In a battle of county foes, it was Youngsville that got the upper hand on Tidioute Thursday. The Lady Eagles survived a thrilling first set, 26-24, and carried that momentum to a 3-0 (26-24, 25-20, 25-15) win at Youngsville High School. The win evened the Lady Eagles’ mark at 5-5 ...

Eagles topple Braves

IROQUOIS, Pa. – In 2016 and 2017, Youngsville volleyball won a combined three games. All three were against Warren County opponents (Eisenhower twice and Tidioute). Tuesday night at Iroquois, the Eagles picked up a 3-1 win over the Braves for their fourth win . . . of 2018. It was ...

Youngsville cross country bests Fort LeBoeuf

WATTSBURG, Pa. – Seneca held serve on its home track, sweeping a boys cross country tri-meet with Youngsville and Fort LeBoeuf Tuesday. The Bobcats beat both the Eagles and Bison by identical 15-49 scores. Youngsville toppled Fort LeBoeuf 24-33. Seneca’s Brock Smith was the individual ...