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A Rafalski gem

A Warren Area High School graduate is having himself quite a spring so far on the Mercyhurst University baseball team Saturday was the ultimate highlight. Ryan Rafalski tossed a no-hitter in the second game of a doubleheader against Pitt-Johnstown as the Lakers prevailed 4-0. The win ...

Latimer is back on track

Lydia Latimer had an incredible Division I college volleyball experience with 364 kills over four seasons at Cleveland State University. She had 220 kills and a team-best 123 blocks in her senior season, and was named all-conference in 2022 in the Vikings’ Horizon League. Latimer, a ...

Knights fall to Blue Devils at Werner Park

RUSSELL — The Eisenhower softball team might have come into Saturday’s game tired from their slugfest with Youngsville the day before, but they hung right with Cambridge Springs in a game that was closer than the 9-1 score would indicate. Both pitchers brought their “A” game to ...

Briefs

Youth baseball Mason Hastings collected three hits, James Alexander and Lauson Hoisington added two apiece, and Laine Jackson and Oliver Jesperson both had singles to lead North star Lodge No. 241 to a 15-3 victory over A&B Heating. Alexander and Hoisington shared the pitching duties, ...

Ike track teams compete in Harborcreek

HARBORCREEK — The Eisenhower track & field teams competed at the Harborcreek Invitational on Saturday, with the girls placing fifth and the boys placing 11th in their 12-team fields. Leading the way for the girls was Laney Belcher, who placed first in the 400 meters (1:05.02) and was a ...

‘Eye for the game’

Caitlin Barney has had a few fouls called on her during four years playing for Warren’s girls basketball team and head coach Lisa LaVan. She’s also called a few fouls herself. Barney is a Warren Area High School senior and was a team captain during a season in which the Lady Dragons ...