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Warriors Drop Thriller to Meadowbrook

Noah NicholsWarriors Drop Thriller to Meadowbrook

Vincent - Every time Warren made a run in Saturday night’s Ohio Valley Athletic Conference showdown against visiting Meadowbrook, the Colts seemed to have an answer. In the end, the Warriors simply ran out of time and opportunities as Meadowbrook held on to for a 62-58 victory in an all-out battle at the Warrior Coliseum.  To say the game was a bit physical would be a major understatement as the two teams were whistled for 46 fouls between them, incuding numerous charging fouls on both teams.

South Holds on to Defeat Warriors

Josh HuffmanSouth Holds on to Defeat Warriors

Vincent - Cole Plants was clutch at crunchtime. The 6-foot-2 senior scored a game-high 19 points, including six freebies in the fourth quarter, to lead Parkersburg South to a 57-50 triumph over Warren in boys’ basketball action at Warrior Coliseum Friday night. “We made our free-throws, and that’s one things we’ve done well this season,” said South head coach Mike Fallon, whose Patriots were nine-of-11 from the foul line in the final period. “Once again, we’re still not playing well, but we’ll find ways.”

Dan Day Named Warren High School Football Coach

Dan DayDan Day Named Warren High School Football Coach

Vincent - The Warren Local School District has tapped into the collegiate ranks and named Ohio native Dan Day as its next Head Football Coach.  Most recently the Offensive Coordinator at Benedictine, a NCAA Division III university near Chicago, Day brings fourteen years of collegiate coaching and playing experience to his new position as the head man of the Warriors. 

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Military Appreciation Night

FlagMilitary Appreciation Night

Vincent - This Friday, January 19, has been designated by the OHSAA as state-wide "Military Appreciation Night".  Our boys’ basketball teams will host Parkersburg South in a tripleheader, with the Freshman game tipping off at 5:00 pm in what should be a highly competitive and exciting evening of basketball.  All current and former military are invited to attend and will be recognized for their service to our great country in a special ceremony prior to the varsity game.  We hope you will join us for the nights' festivities. 

Lady Warriors Escape Against Alexander 49-46

Lady WarriorsLady Warriors Escape Against Alexander 49-46

Albany - The Lady Warriors won a close one against Alexander 49-46.  The girls are back in action Saturday at the Tri-State Hoops Throwdown.

Warriors Host South Tomorrow Night

Boys BasketballWarriors Host South Tomorrow Night

Vincent - In many ways, the Warren High and Parkersburg South High boys’ basketball teams mirror each other on the hardwood. Both have size, length and quickness on defense and good shooters and ball handlers on offense. Each has won eight games with the Blane Maddox-coached Warriors owning an 8-3 overall record and the W.Va. Class AAA fifth-ranked Patriots an 8-1 mark. WHS has a modest three game winning streak while PSHS has won six in a row.

Warriors Beat Marietta

BasketballWarriors Beat Marietta

Vincent - The Warriors outpointed visiting Marietta High 20-12 in the final eight minutes of play en route to an 80-66 triumph Tuesday night in boys’ basketball action. Noah Nichols paced the Warriors (8-3) with 22 points, eight in the fourth quarter. Josh Huffman and Seth Dennis added 14 apiece, while Jared Hall and Troy Huck netted 10 and nine, respectively. “Noah rebounded in traffic,” said Maddox, whose cagers shot 59.6 percent from the field (31-52). “He went to the rim and scored. He’s got a big heart and he’s finally playing with that confidence. He puts in a lot of work, and it’s paying off for him.

Wrestlers 2nd at Sheridan INV

WrestlingWrestlers 2nd at Sheridan INV

Thornville - Warren wrestling placed 2nd as a team at sheridan invite. 106 3rd...113 1st...120 2nd...138 2nd...152 1st...160 2nd...170 4th...182 1st..couple others placed in top six.  Keller brothers place 1st in their weight classes.  

Girls Basketball Down Fort Frye

Girls BasketballGirls Basketball Down Fort Frye

Beverly -  Warren girls basketball head coach Amy Colgrove wasn’t going to complain.  A win is a win, right — even if you don’t feel your team played that well?  “I don’t know if I’ve ever won here before,” said Colgrove following a 44-30 Warrior victory at Fort Frye Saturday evening. “It wasn’t a pretty game. We didn’t execute well on offense or defense. But it’s never been easy to win here, so we’re all happy.”

Warriors Complete Sweet

Warren BasketballWarriors Complete Sweep

Beverly -  Warren High’s defense handcuffed Fort Frye’s offense in the second half. The Warriors limited the host Cadets to two third-quarter points and 11 in the fourth en route to a 53-37 triumph Friday night in boys’ basketball action. “When we play good D, we’re pretty athletic and long,” said Warren head coach Blane Maddox. “We’re proud of that. We gave up two points in the third, and that was two too many. We’ve got to work on that. But seriously, we take pride in our defense and rebounding. That’s how we have to win games.”

Lady Warriors Run Past Zeps

Lady Warriors BasketballLady Warriors Run Past Zeps

Vincent - Warren High got off to a great start and never looked back. The 9-2 Warriors scored 12 unanswered points after the opening tip-off en route to a 65-34 triumph over visiting Shenandoah High in girls’ basketball action Thursday night. “I think that was a key,” said WHS head coach Amy Colgrove of her team’s leadoff run. “There was a lot of energy out there. I thought this was one of our better efforts this season.”

Basketball Playing this Weekend

Boys BasketballBasketball Playing this Weekend

Beverly - Look for a fair amount of evening traffic on State Route 339 this weekend, especially from Vincent to Beverly. At 7:30 p.m. Friday, Warren High (5-3) is scheduled to play at Fort Frye High (4-2) in a varsity boys’ basketball game. “We’re going to have to play a perfect game to beat them,” said Fort boys’ head coach Eric Henniger. “We’re going to have to take care of the ball and rebound against their big guys. “It should be an exciting game.”

Wrestlers Ready for Stiff Competition

WrestlingWrestlers Ready for Stiff Competition

Vincent -  After closing out last year with a win at the Devils Dungeon at Zanesville High on Dec. 28, the Warren High wrestling team is looking forward to a challenging January mat slate.  “We will be heading into toughest stretch of our season with matches at Parkersburg South, Twinsburg, and Nelsonville coming up,” said WHS head coach Jim Rhodes, whose Warriors own a 21-4 record. “We will find out what we’re made of as the season grinds on.”

McCutcheon Headed to Gardner-Webb

Molly McCutcheonMcCutcheon Headed to Gardner-Webb

Vincent - Warren’s Molly McCutcheon is back on the court for the Lady Warriors after missing the first nine games of the season. She’s planning to play college hoops at Gardner-Webb.

Wrestlers Win at Zanesville

WrestlingWrestlers Win at Zanesville

Zanesville - The Warrior wrestling team won in Zanesville.  
Warren 233 1st Wadsworth 228.5 Barnesville 168.5 Lexington 152 West Muskingum 113.5 New Lex B 107 Watkins 85.5 Chillicothe 82.5 Zanesville 18.5.  

Coleman 2nd, Peyten 1st, Eli 2nd, Duffey 3rd, Hupp 4th, Kellar 1st and MVW, Oberdier 1st, Anderson 2nd, Ronnie 1st, Gessel 4th.

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