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Warren Dragons

‘Still surreal’

There’s a little over 1,200 miles between Buffalo, New York and Winter Haven, Florida. That’s where 2019 Warren Area High School graduates Aidan Morrison (Canisius College) and Kiersten Hoffman (with her Edinboro University softball teammates) were on March 12. And on that day, 1,200 ...

Signs of love

Giving back is at the core of every strong community. In the current climate in which we live, it’s more important than ever. In that spirit, the Warren Lady Dragons basketball program has forged a special relationship with the residents of Cambridge Warren, one that has been special for ...

WAHS football coach Morelli staying on top of the game in uncertain time

Mark Morelli has years of experience to draw on, but nothing could prepare him, or anyone else for that matter, for the current reality of our world. With the COVID-19 pandemic bringing life as we know it to a halt, the Warren Area High School head football coach is certainly no exception. ...

Spring Sports: To you, from us

Dear coaches and student-athletes, We understand how difficult a time this is for you, to put so much work into your respective sports, only to deal with the uncertainty that life brings us. These are uncharted times for all of us, and, while we hope the spring sports season can carry on in ...

Beyer honored as one of top swimmers in Region 3

Warren swimmer Katie Beyer added another accolade to her already impressive sophomore season when she was named to the Region 3 All-Star team Monday. Beyer earned second-team honors in both the 100 and 200 freestyle. The selection caps a season in which Beyer set three new school records, won ...

Home alone

There have been a litany of takes and perspectives since the sporting world essentially shut down in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic last week. Athletes and coaches have discussed what it was like to have their seasons abruptly ended, fans continue to share on social media how ...

Spring sports in limbo after school closure

The spring sports season across the state has joined winter championships in a state of limbo after Governor Tom Wolf announced a statewide closure of schools Friday in response to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The boys and girls basketball tournaments and 2A swimming and diving ...

Lady Dragons fall to unbeaten Chartiers Valley

MCDONALD, Pa. – The Warren Lady Dragons knew exactly what they were getting into against Chartiers Valley on Saturday in the first round of the PIAA Class 5A championships on Saturday. Knowing it and trying to stop it are two different things, however. Perri Page, daughter of former ...

Dragons believe they can stop Colts’ 55-game streak

The sounds of Journey’s famous hit song ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ echoed off the walls as the Warren Lady Dragons began practice on Wednesday. On the surface, it was just the start to another practice, but in this case it also served as a mantra that this group is embracing as they ...

Plenty of connections, familiarity between Warren, Char Valley girls

You don’t need to go through the six degrees of separation to find the connections between the Warren and Chartiers Valley girls basketball teams. The defending state champion Colts, winners of 55-straight games, take on the Dragons today in the first round of the PIAA Class 5A ...

Beyer wins D-10 title, breaks school record in 200 free

GENEVA, OH – Another record, and this one came with a District 10 title and a trip to states for Warren sophomore standout swimmer Katie Beyer. At the District 10 Class 3A championships at the SPIRE Institute, Beyer raced to a time of 1:57.57 in the 200 freestyle, breaking Katie Hunter’s ...

Lady Dragons power past HC, secure spot in state playoffs

ERIE, Pa. — At critical moments in a game, teams look to their leaders to step up and make plays. Warren’s girls basketball team may not have a lot of seniors, just the one actually, but when her team needed a boost, Taylor Childress delivered. With Warren clinging to a 3-point lead at ...

Dragon matmen close season at regionals

ALTOONA, Pa. – The season came to an end for nine Warren Dragons at the Northwest Region Class 3A championships on Saturday at the Altoona High School Fieldhouse. Josh Letko (113), Ryan Madigan (126) and Alex Anderson (145) all won their first matches on Friday before falling in the ...

Dragons fight to the finish, but fall to Harbor Creek in consolation game

ERIE, Pa. – Warren and Harbor Creek showed why Region 6 was so tightly contested this season during their District 10 Class 4A consolation game at the Hagerty Family Events Center Friday. Neither team led by more than seven at any point in the game. In the end, Harbor Creek came away with a ...

Jaquay, Black, Finch through to NW Region semifinals

SHARON, Pa. – Eisenhower’s Logan Jaquay and Cael Black and Sheffield’s Ethan Finch rolled into the semifinals at the Northwest Regional Class 2A Wrestling Championships on Friday at Sharon High School. All three received first-round byes, and they all took care of business in the ...

Dragons battle Huskies with trip to state playoffs on the line

It was a tough game in the District 10 Class 4A semifinals for the Warren Dragons against Hickory, the No. 3 team in Pennsylvania. Be that as it may, the final score perhaps wasn’t indicative of the competitiveness of the game. The Dragons (15-9) didn’t turn the ball over and got the ...

Dragon swimmers set for districts

The Warren Dragon swim teams are primed for the District 10 swimming championships set for the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio today and Saturday. Warren’s Katie Beyer is the top seed in the 200 freestyle and the No. 2 seed in the 100 freestyle. The Dragons’ Max Harrison, meanwhile, ...

Warren wrestlers ready for regionals

Nine Warren Dragons are set to compete at the Class AAA Northwest Regional at the Altoona High School Fieldhouse. Ryan Madigan (126, 23-6), Alex Anderson (145, 18-11), Joey Arnold (160, 27-5) and Zack Zinger (170, 21-6) lead the Dragons to Altoon with aspirations of finishing in the top three ...