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Times Observer Photo by Jon Sitler Hugh Harrison leads a group of Warren runners at the start of Tuesday’s cross country race at Betts Park.

Warren wins again

Submitted photo In this file photo from last Saturday, Warren’s Kyleigh Wilson (27) makes a play on the ball. In Tuesday’s action, Warren was a 3-1 winner over Cambridge Springs in District 10 action. Georgie Bickling, Ella Ordiway and Wilson all found the back of the net. Kyra Wotorson ...

Road not kind

LINESVILLE — The Warren Dragons were not without some successes over the course of Monday night’s Class 4A Region 8 opener against host Conneaut, but quarterback Nathan Bortnick would ultimately prove too much to handle. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound senior would carry the Eagles to a 28-0 ...

Wolf vetoes sports bill

Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday vetoed a bill that would give school districts the sole ability to make decisions on sports, including whether and how many spectators to allow, and lawmakers in the GOP-controlled General Assembly said they would try to override it. The Wolf administration’s ...

Ordiway lifts Warren boys to impressive soccer victory

OIL CITY — Parks Ordiway kept up his torrid goal-scoring pace as Warren beat Oil City, 13-0, in District 10 Region 4 boys soccer action Monday. Ordiway scored four goals — all in the first half — and added an assist for the Dragons. Ian Darling, JT Blum and Mark Lynds each chipped ...

SLM winners

Submitted Photos Eriez Speedway concluded its racing season over the weekend. Boom Briggs of Bear Lake won the 50-lap, $6,000-to-win Super Late Model race on Saturday. He also won the 25-lap crate SLM feature. Dave Hess Jr. claimed Friday night’s Bob Rohrer Memorial SLM race. Max Blair ...

Warren County Youth Football League

VARSITY (5TH & 6TH GRADE) Chase Myers scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Nickerson Military & Sporting Collectibles to a 12-8 victory over S&C Power Plant & Tanning Blue Bombers. Ethen Ringer tallied the lone TD for the Blue Bombers. Alex Wilkins had the two-point ...

Briefs

Trap leagues The 2020 Fall Trap League started Sunday at Kalbfus. There were 123 shooters participating. Tidioute turned in the top score, followed by Pine Grove and Sugar Grove. Corry’s Ken Berkhous had the only perfect 50 score. Next Sunday’s shoot will be at Sheffield. Following are ...

Friday Night Lights

Times Observer Photos by Steve Younger These photos did not run in Saturday’s edition due to technical difficulties.

Warren ready for Monday Night Football in Conneaut

One thing is certain. Nothing is certain. In a season of question marks, confusion and delays, Warren is scheduled to open its 2020 football season at 7 p.m. today at Conneaut. The Dragons, having to quarantine for 14 days due to COVID-19, are back and as ready as they can be. “We ...

Steelers knock out Lock, hold off Broncos

PITTSBURGH — A game seemingly in hand suddenly on the cusp of slipping away, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin didn’t overthink things. His team’s defense is built on one principle: attack. Needing a stop to turn back the surprisingly resilient Denver Broncos, the Steelers ...

Trap leagues

The Penn-York Winter Trap League meeting is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 5 at the Busti Trap Club. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. Captains should be present. All members can attend, but only two from each club can vote.

Bowling scores

YOUNGSVILLE — Austin Fitzgerald’s 210-571 led the Brokenstraw Couples League at Valley Bowling. Sue Bingman rolled a 178-464.

Rebels Go Dormant For 2020-21 Season

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — The Jamestown Rebels announced Monday morning that they have suspended operations for the 2020-21 North American Hockey League season. The Rebels are the fourth NAHL team to go dormant for the upcoming season, joining the Corpus Christi IceRays, Kansas City Scouts and ...

KNIGHTS ROLL AGAIN

ERIE — Eisenhower had no problem on the road Friday, posting a 55-6 win over Iroquois. Eisenhower’s Caleb Robinault pounced on a mishandled opening kickoff at the 5-yard line and one play later, Cael Black ran in for a touchdown. The Knights led 6-0 just 28 seconds into the ...

Briefly

Bowling Cody Vincent led the Catering Plus/Wilcox Bros. Classic League at Valley Bowling Center with a 192-279-249-702, while Matt White hit a 248-686. In last week’s action, White led the way with a 235-669, Vincent rolled a 257-657, and Alex Johnson had a 280-650. Valley Bowling ...

Kellogg leads Ike boys to win

Ethan Kellogg led host Eisenhower to a win over Oil City in District 10 cross country action on Friday with a time of 18:31. The Knights finished with 22 points compared to 35 for Oil City. Tyson Morrison took home third for the winners in 18:57, while Alex Hummel, Jon Abadie and Jacob ...

Final exam

The Jamestown and Area Old Timers are in the finals. The Old Timers lost their second game in the losers’ bracket of the double-elimination playoff tournament after winning three of its final four regular-season games to finish in third place. On Aug. 23, Jamestown swept Warren (Ohio), ...

A tale of two teams

The Eisenhower Knights (1-0), coming off an impressive 47-0 shutout of Union City in their season opener one week ago will play an Iroquois (1-0) team at 7 tonight at John L. Post Stadium that comes off a 55-30 win over Seneca in its opener. “Iroquois is a very well-coached team, their ...