Youngsville Eagles

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 ...

Valiant effort: Eagles’ comeback bid comes up just short vs. Saegertown

Youngsville’s boys basketball nearly overcame a 13-point halftime deficit, but came up just short in a 46-42 loss to visiting Saegertown Wednesday. “The first half was some of the first varsity time for some of these guys,” Youngsville coach Jesse DeLoof said. “This was promising to ...

Knights keep momentum with win over Corry

A pair of quick pins at 106 and 113 pounds turned the momentum in Eisenhower’s favor and the Knights went on to defeat visiting Corry, 48-30, Tuesday. The win kept the momentum going after an impressive third-place finish at the STOWA Tournament over the weekend. “We wrestled so much ...

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 ...

Youngsville tops Iroquois

LAWRENCE PARK – Youngsivlle opened its Region 3 schedule with a big 56-43 road win over Iroquois on Wednesday. Emma Marino, Caitlin Craig and Andrea Sveda all had strong games for the winners. Marino had 18 points, 12 rebounds, nine assists, four steals and six blocks, just missing a ...

Sheffield boys, Youngsville girls drop games

bhagberg@timesobserver.com For three quarters Saturday evening, Sheffield’s boys basketball team was able to contain Jamestown’s low post duo of Austin Smith and Darian Keyser. The pair took over the fourth quarter; however, as they combined for 19 points in the final stanza to lead ...

Eisenhower falls to Harbor Creek

FAIRVIEW – The Eisenhower Knights left the Fairview Tip-Off Tournament 0-2 after a 42-37 setback to Harbor Creek in the consolation game on Saturday, but nevertheless saw a lot of progress against some really good competition. Senior Jaydon Hayes, after exiting Friday’s game against ...

Sheffield, Port boys highlight busy first day of tip-off

Sheffield’s boys basketball team was a fingertip away from holding home court in its annual Tip-Off Tournament Friday. Cale Albaugh hit a 3-pointer with 10.9 seconds to play to get the Wolverines within one point of Port Allegany. They fouled Jordan Card on the subsequent inbounds pass and ...

Tip-off tournaments get winter sports season started

Winter is coming. But the winter sports season is already upon us as almost every county basketball team tips off their season this weekend in one tournament/classic or another. Some of those teams (Warren’s boys and girls, Eisenhower’s boys) are looking to reach new heights after ...

Hahn, Giambrone punch tickets to states

SHARON – Under rainy conditions at Sharon’s Buhl Park, a pair of Warren runners – sophomore Naomi Hahn and junior Kayla Giambrone turned in performances that will have them advancing to next weeks state championships. Hahn finished 13th in 20:25 and Giambrone was right behind her in ...

Youngsville bested by Kennedy Catholic

MEADVILLE – Youngsville was giving Kennedy Catholic everything they wanted and then some in the quarterfinals of the District 10 Class 1A volleyball playoffs on Saturday. The Lady Eagles lost the first two sets, 25-19 and 25-10, but rallied in the third to post an impressive 25-17. What ...

Runners ready for District 10 championships

Runners from Warren, Eisenhower and Youngsville, along with the rest of District 10 gather at Sharon’s Buhl Park today for the D-10 cross country championships. The Warren girls finished second as a team last year in Class 2A, qualifying for the state meet, and will look to do so again. ...

Special Senior Night: Wolverines sweep Eagles in county battle

Pregame ceremonies that change player routines can sometimes have a negative effect on game performance, especially typically emotional ones like Senior Night. Add in a surprise appearance from a loved one serving abroad, and the emotion factor increases tenfold. Sheffield’s volleyball ...

Eastman finishes 9th at Junior High districts

Youngsville’s Elley Eastman finished ninth out of 149 runners during the Junior High Cross Country District Invitational at Union City Wednesday. Eastman’s 11:19 time was just good enough to put her in the top 10, and earned her the highest finish among Warren County representatives, boys ...

Wilson set for states; local teams find out playoff assignments

It’s time for the playoffs! After a hard fought regular season, Warren, Eisenhower and Youngsville teams will now embark on the journey of trying to win a District 10 championship. In Rachel Wilson’s case, she will be competing for a state championship at Heritage Hills Golf Course in ...

Warren girls finish second at NW Invite

FAIRVIEW – Warren, Eisenhower and Youngsville traveled to Pleasant Ridge Park in Fairview for the Northwest Pennsylvania Invitational on Saturday. The Warren girls earned a second place finish, led by a Naomi Hahn, who finished fifth overall and Kayla Giambrone, who came in tenth. Leah ...

Eisenhower falls to Union City

Consistency issues have plagued Eisenhower’s volleyball team all season long. The Knights were able to string a few points together at times against visiting Union City Thursday, but not often enough to avoid a sweep as the Bears won 25-11, 25-17 and 25-17. “We’re inconsistent,” ...

Sheffield falls to Kane

Following a win over St. Marys last week, Sheffield volleyball coach Melissa Lemay was confident her team was playing well enough to potentially win out to end the regular season. That confidence didn’t translate to the court Tuesday as Sheffield was swept, 25-21, 25-20 and 25-23, by ...