Youngsville Eagles

County teams hit the road for preseason scrimmages

Warren County football teams will get their first opportunity to see how they measure up against an outside opponent today with all three teams traveling for a preseason scrimmage. Sheffield heads to Clarion-Limestone in Strattanville for a tri-scrimmage with C-L and Brookville. Warren is ...

IUP, WCU atop PSAC coaches poll

As the countdown to kickoff rapidly approaches zero, Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference teams are starting to get a feel for how they’ll perform this season. Based on the results of a poll released Friday, PSAC coaches expect to see the same teams sitting atop the East and West ...

Leveling the playing field

Representatives from more than 150 public schools attended the PIAA Equity Summit Tuesday in State College, and they sent a strong message to the PIAA board of directors. They want separate playoffs for public/boundary and private/non-boundary schools, and they’re not going to wait much ...

Play like a girl…even if no one’s watching

During Super Bowl XLIX, Always brought its #LikeAGirl campaign to the biggest stage in marketing. Super Bowl commericials have become the stuff of legend and one of the biggest makers of feminine care products stole the advertising spotlight. The 60-second spot began by asking a group of ...

What a year

I made my return to the Times Observer a little more than a year ago. I knew coming in the county had some high caliber athletes. Little did I understand just how good they are. Having arrived just after the end of the 2017 spring sports season, I was sure I’d have to wait until August ...

County athletes set to compete at state track and field meet

bhagberg@timesobserver Warren County will be well-represented when the PIAA Track and Field Championships get underway today in Shippensburg. Seven county athletes, Youngsville’s Jake Hogg and Jordan Keyes, Eisenhower’s TerryLee Talasky, Delaney Nizzi and Jonah Samuelson and Warren’s ...

Eyes on the prize

Several Warren County athletes are seeking return trips to states at the District 10 Track and Field championships today at Slippery Rock University, while others aim to punch their ticket for the first time. One senior will take to the D-10 stage one final time, looking to make it 4-for-4. ...

Young Knights top Eagles in Backyard Brawl

Eisenhower’s young baseball team, which features a large freshman class, has grown by leaps and bounds this season. That was evident on Friday, as the Knights earned an 8-3 win over Youngsville in the Backyard Brawl at Davis St. Field. One of those freshman, Zach Rohlin, was 2-for-4 with ...

Photo finish: 1600 relay lifts Ike boys past Youngsville

Tuesday’s boys meet between Eisenhower and Youngsville came down to the final event. Actually, it came down to the final second. In the end, it was the Eisenhower 1600 relay team of Caleb Robinault, Riley West, Spencer Head and Jonah Samuelson that edged the Eagles to take home a 73.5-65.5 ...

Dragons, Eagles impressive at Oil City Invitational

OIL CITY – Warren’s Naomi Hahn and Kayla Giambrone, as well as Youngsville’s Jake Hogg brought home first place finishes at the 30th Oil City Invitational on Saturday, part of a strong showing for both programs with a number of medals. Hahn took first in the 1600 with a time of ...

YHS track and field falls to Seneca

Youngsville was able to keep things close, but Seneca did just enough to come away with a track and field sweep over the Eagles at Youngsville Tuesday. Aaron Morris swept the hurdles and Jordan Keyes won the long jump, discus and javelin, but the Bobcats won all the non-hurdle individual ...

Slugfest: Hogg belts 3 home runs, Youngsville beats Sheffield

It’s been said, “familiarity breeds contempt.” While there wasn’t much contempt between the Youngsville and Sheffield softball teams on Wolverine Mountain Monday, the familiarity certainly brought out the fighting spirit in both teams. Rebekah Hogg hit three home runs, drove in six ...

Youngsville holds off Eisenhower for second time this season, 6-5

The Backyard Brawl softball battle between Youngsville and Eisenhower followed a similar path to the first meeting last week. The Lady Eagles jumped out to an early lead, and Eisenhower rallied late. Much like that first contest, Youngsville was able to hold off the Lady Knights, 6-5 at ...

Message sent: Mock crash ‘here to save your life’

“To those who think no one cares, we do.” That was the heart of the message that Youngsville Police Chief Todd Mineweaser brought to Friday’s mock crash assembly at Youngsville High School. A host of agencies are required to pull the mock crash off and the Warren County Sheriff’s ...

Despite sweep, Youngsville turns in solid performances

CORRY, Pa. – Youngsville’s track team picked up a pair of new district qualifiers, but were swept in the team race at Corry Thursday. The boys fell 94-55 while the girls lost 110-40. Each team had a new qualifier. Linsey Jukes qualified for the District 10 meet in the 100 and long jump ...

Lumber Company: Knights bust out for 21 runs in Backyard Brawl win

Eisenhower scored multiple runs in all six innings and put away a pesky Youngsville squad, 21-9, Wednesday at Werner Park. The Knights (2-5 overall, 2-5 Region 3) had opportunities to end the game via the 10-run rule, but the Eagles (0-6, 0-5) scored four runs in the fourth and three in the ...

Eagles’ track and field earns win over Titusville

TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Coming off a strong performance at the Fairview Invitational, Youngsville’s track team traveled to Titusville Tuesday and came away with a split. The boys defeated the Rockets 78-71, while the girls dropped a 99-49 decision to the Rockets. “The boys pulled out ...