Youngsville Eagles

Rapidly improving Eagles beat Iroquois for first Region 3 win, 52-49

Despite their record, Youngsville coach Jesse DeLoof knows his young team has been making progress. On Saturday, Iroquois found out the hard way just how much better the Eagles have gotten. Freshman Austin Peterson led three players in double figures with 13 points as Youngsville earned its ...

Eagles fall to Region 3 leader Cambridge

Most of the time a 30-point margin indicates a game wasn’t very competitive. That wasn’t the case in Youngsville’s 62-32 setback against Region 3 foe Cambridge Springs on Friday, however. The Eagles led 13-12 after the first quarter and hung right with the Blue Devils (11-3 overall, ...

Eagles drop close one to Union City

Union City outscored Youngsville 22-12 in the second half to earn a 43-35 comeback win over the host Eagles on Wednesday. Timber Bower knocked down a pair of early 3s to stake the Eagles (2-12 overall, 0-7 Region 3) to a 15-8 lead after the first quarter. Dean Procter connected on a long ...

Sheffield falls to Johnsonburg

Johnsonburg outscored Sheffield 40-15 in the second and third quarters en route to a 65-37 win over the hosts on Tuesday in an AML North battle. Sheffield hung early, trailing just 15-11 after the first quarter, but a switch to a 2-3 zone by the Rams (8-4 overall, 3-1 AML) proved to be ...

Craig’s monster game sends Youngsville past Iroquois

Youngsville kept pace in the Region 3 playoff race, rolling to a 54-25 victory over visiting Iroquois on Monday. The Lady Eagles outscored Iroquois 26-3 in the first half of a game that was never in doubt. “We definitely started out well,” said Youngsville coach Andy Sveda. “Everyone ...

Nail-biter: Mineweaser, Lady Eagles edge Union City

Paige Mineweaser’s only basket of the game was a big one. Emma Marino found a cutting Mineweaser, who laid the ball up and in with 8.8 seconds remaining to lift the Youngsville Lady Eagles to a 29-27 win over Union City on Thursday. On a night where they struggled to make shots, the Lady ...

Youngsville edges Tidioute

Youngsville’s boys held off a late Tidioute rally to come away with a 28-23 win at Tidioute Wednesday. The Eagles had a 10 point lead going into the fourth quarter, but a 3-pointer and shooting 80 percent from the free throw line in the period nearly brought the Bulldogs all the way ...

Youngsville falls to Cochranton

Cochranton outscored Youngsville 33-9 in the second and third quarters as the Cardinals rolled to a 58-29 win at Youngsville Monday. The Cardinals (5-7, 2-3 Region 3) forced 30 Eagles turnovers in the game. “It’s frustrating,” Youngsville coach Andy Sveda said. “I’m at a loss for ...

Snowed out

Fridays in January haven’t exactly been as warm as “Tuesdays with Morrie” for the Warren County School District in 2018. The district was forced to cancel all after school activities for the second straight week Friday. The cancellation includes all scheduled activities, including ...

Youngsville rallies for 42-37 win over Eisenhower

Whether it was the excitement of playing in a rivalry game or just poor executing, Youngsville looked shaky early in Thursday’s Region 3 battle against Eisenhower. They were great late. The Lady Eagles went on an 11-4 run that extended early into the fourth quarter and were able to hold ...

Knights suffer first loss at Harbor Creek; Dragons win

HARBORCREEK – When trying to get to the top, teams must at some point knock off the reigning king of the mountain. Eisenhower wrestlers went into the match with Harbor Creek Thursday trying to dethrone the king. The Huskies showed why they’re at the top, coming away with a 57-18 win over ...

Lady Eagles drop Region 3 contest to Cambridge Springs

Points can be at a premium when playing the top tier teams in Region 3. Youngsville’s girls found out exactly how premium in the third quarter of their game with visiting Cambridge Springs Monday. The Eagles (4-6, 1-3 Region 3) went 5:43 between points in the period and the Blue Devils ...

Lady Eagles topple Forest Area

TIONESTA – Youngsville’s girls basketball team limited Forest to just six points in the second half as the Eagles rolled to a 34-22 win over their hosts Tuesday. A strong net presence in the second half limited Forest’s second chance opportunities. “We played really good defense in ...

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 ...

Overtime Blues

Sheffield’s boys basketball team opened its season with a heartbreaking loss to Port Allegany in the opening game of the Sheffield Tip-Off Tournament. The Wolverines again found themselves hosting a tournament Wednesday, this time the Sheffield Holiday Tournament. Different tournament, ...

Eisenhower, Youngsville girls drop tourney games

KANE – The trio of Alexis Constantino, Wendy Beveridge and KK Girvan combined for 54 points as Clarion knocked off Eisenhower 62-33 in the opening round of the Kane Christmas Tournament. A 19-7 run in the second quarter put Clarion (2-4) up 16 at halftime, and they maintained control ...

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 ...

Home away from home

ERIE – The Youngsville and Sheffield girls basketball teams got a chance to experience playing on a much larger stage than they’re typically used to when the cross-county rivals squared off Saturday. An offensive outburst in the second quarter helped the Eagles to a 58-33 win over the ...

Knights top Cochranton for first win of season

Eisenhower closed out the most grueling part of its schedule with its most complete game to date this season. The result was a much-needed 50-44 win over visiting Cochranton Friday. “It’s good to get that win off our back,” Eisenhower coach Ryan Williams said. “We’ve got the tough ...