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Head ranked ninth in PennsylvaniaEisenhower's Louie Head is ranked 9th in Off The Mat's initial state rankings in Class AA at 170 pounds. The full rankings for Head's weight class follow.1. JACOB OLIVER 11Huntingdon 62. ANTHONY WELSH 12Beth Center 73. CODY MULLIGAN 10Saegertown 104. DANIEL ...

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Ike 7th grade hoopsThe Eisenhower seventh grade boys basketball opened their season Monday with 44-26 loss to Kane. The Knights fought hard against a much taller opponent, as Zach Rohlin led the way with eight points and Zane Alexander had six. Riley Cataldo chipped in with four points, ...

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YMCA gymnasticsLayla Weese and Nura Weese represented the Lakewood Starz YMCA Gymnastics team in a Tri-Meet with Corry and Meadville YMCAs hosted by the Lakewood YMCA on Saturday, Dec. 19. Layla Weese earned a first-place finish on the floor and Nura Weese earned a first-place finish on bars. ...

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Mat ClubEisenhower Mat Club will have a Mat Club meeting Wednesday, Dec. 9 at 5:30 p.m. in room L108 of the Eisenhower Elementary School.WCCS hoopsOver the weekend, the Warren County Christian School Girls basketball team played in the Forest Area Tip-Off Tournament. On Friday the girls played ...

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Trap ResultsCompetition for the Penn York Winter Trap League continued this week at the Busti Trap Club. Sugar Grove was the leading team, followed by Kalbfus. Chris Kibbey, Jim Hannon, Michael McDunn and Vern Brown had perfect scores.Shelby Proctor was the high female sub junior, Hunter ...

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Junior high hoopsThe Sheffield junior high girls defeated Forest 36-32 in triple-overtime Friday to cap off their 2015 season.Sheffield overcame four-point deficits in the last minute of the fourth quarter, and each of the first two overtimes.Marissa Grubbs' 15-foot bank shot with under 10 ...

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Junior high footballThe Youngsville Eagles closed out their 2015 junior high football season with a 6-2 win over Seneca. Ethan Benedict broke free for a 50-yard touchdown run in the second half, while Ethan Hendrickson came up with a big stop on fourth down late in the game to secure the ...

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Kinzua soccerThe Kinzua U-12 Girls soccer team is one step closer to completing their third-straight undefeated season with their 4-1 win last Sunday over the Clarion Strikers. The girls made quick work of the Strikers scoring just 15 seconds into the game. Alyssa Andersen started the scoring ...

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GymnasticsresultsThe following Warren County Gymnasts representing the Lakewood Starz YMCA Gymnastics team competed in the "Assemble the Minions" Invitational hosted by the Titusville YMCA on Oct. 24th & 25th, 2015.Level 3Age 9All-Around: 10. Layla Weese 32.60Vault: 14. Layla Weese ...

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Varsity SlateGirls Soccer: Slippery Rock at Warren (D-10 Class AA playoffs, first round)Volleyball: Warren at Titusville Sheffield at Ridgway; Cochranton at Eisenhower; Cambridge Springs at YoungsvilleVolleyball resultsIn Warren's volleyball match against Meadville on Tuesday, Paige Wilson had ...

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Bowling scoresValley Bowling CenterHuey's LeagueAndy Hanks 246-651, Mike Britton 259-628, Jon Stuart 223-623, Colby Olsen 232-618, Ivan Olson 224-612, Dale Johnson 212-605, Tim Coldren 224-588, Austin Stuart 208-572, Tim Case 209-567, Kelly Gustafson 161-463Richard's Restaurant ClassicCathy ...

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Eisenhower falls in threeSAEGERTOWN - The Lady Knights were swept in three games, 18-25, 20-25 and 16-25 in a Region 3 volleyball match on Thursday.Shanna Peters had four kills while Sabrina Long added two kills and three blocks.Sami Shelton had a pair of aces and one kill in a 14-25, 11-25 ...

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Basketball tryoutsThe Warren Area Bombers 3rd-and-4th-grade elite travel boys basketball team will be holding tryouts from 6-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19, at Youngsville Elementary Middle School. The Bombers were 13-2 with a competitive schedule in 2014, and hold challenging practices - stressing ...

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Junior high basketballEisenhower Blue earned a 29-14 win over Tidioute in junior high girls basketball action Saturday.Leading Ike were Rachel Frederick and Alexis Courtney with eight points each, Emily Wheeler with six, Allie Mineweaser with four, Leah Peterson with two and Shelby Kuzminski ...

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Beaty hoops triumphsBeaty outlasted Titusville 27-23 in 8th grade girls basketball action. Grace Wortman led the way with seven points, while Morgan Munksgard had six, Taylor Childress and Aubrianna Navaroli three and Jessica Susz two.With the win, Beaty is now 9-5.A short-handed 7th grade ...

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Jr. high hoopsThe Lady Knights dropped a pair of junior high girls basketball games against Kane on Wednesday, 25-13 and 31-11.Shelby Kuzminski scored 10 points to lead Eisenhower's Blue Team while Megan Downs finished with two points and Michelle Kingsley added one.In the Gold Team's game, ...

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Karate resultsMembers of the Fighting Tigers Karate Team recently competed at the PMAI Fall Brawl Karate Tournament held in Batavia, N.Y. on September 26. The tournament was a Regional National Blackbelt League rated event with contestants from Canada and tri-state area and a qualifier for the ...

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Northwest Sponsors 5K RunNorthwest Bank will sponsor a 5K run and 1.5 mile fun walk to raise money for LIVESTRONG at the YMCA and the American Red Cross. The race is scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 2015 in downtown Warren.LIVESTRONG at the Warren YMCA is a twelve-week, small group program ...

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Kinzua soccer resultsKinzua Soccer Club U12 girls rallied to overcome a slow start and 1-goal deficit to tie PAWEST opponent, the Clarion River Valley Strikers 1-1. Alyssa Andersen netted the lone goal for Kinzua. Goalkeeper Maddie Kramer shut the Strikers out in the first half. Clarion scored ...

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Jr. high hoopsYoungsville picked up a pair of junior high girls basketball wins over Eisenhower on Monday, 27-6 over Ike's Blue team and 18-17 over the Gold.Alexis Nyquist and Sadie Hoffman led the way with eight and six points, respectively, for Youngsville in the first game. Andrea Sveda and ...