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Football Upends Alexander

Football Upends AJohn Shouplexander

Vincent - The Warren Warriors claimed a victory on their home field against Alexander, 33-21, Friday.

Warren took the early lead on its second drive with Brandon Simoniette throwing a TD pass to Clay Miller with success on the extra point from kicker Ethan Yost to make the score7-0 Warren.

Both teams played hard defense and prevented anyone from making it into the end zone until 1:32 left on the clock in the first when senior running back Connor Kimbrough caught a Kaleb Easley pass in the end zone. The score was 7-6 to clock out the first quarter after the Spartans extra point attempt was no good.

Warren opened up the scoring in the second quarter. Simoniette completed a touchdown pass to running back Tyler Schafer and the extra point put Warren up 14-6 with 10:56 still left on the clock. The Warriors’ defensive line then prevented Alexander from scoring for the remainder of the second quarter. Simoniette carried it in for a touchdown with 5:46 left on the clock with the extra point being no good to make the score, 20-6 at the end up the second.

Volleyball Falls in Sectional

Autumn MillerVolleyball Falls in Sectional

Vincent - Warren High gave it its best spike in defeat.

The fourth-seeded Warriors dropped a nail-biting 3-2 decision to the visiting and fifth-seeded Vinton County Vikings in an OHSAA Division II sectional volleyball match Wednesday night.

“They played a good game tonight but fell short in that fifth set,” said WHS head coach Michelle Tyo, whose netters won the first and fourth sets 25-22 and 25-12, but lost the second (14-25), third (28-30) and fifth sets (9-15).

“Once again, it’s been hard to get our confidence up,” Tyo said. “With the last couple of losses, my girls, it seems just couldn’t get it back.”

Warren (13-10) exited the campaign with four straight match setbacks.

Vinton County,16-7 on the season, advances to the next round of the sectional tournament and is expected to play top-seeded Unioto Saturday.

“Vinton County has a good team,” Tyo said. “They’re pretty solid this year.”

Athlete of the Week (Oct 8)

Morgan ChapmanMorgan Chapman - Athlete of the Week (Oct 8th)

Morgan scored the game tying goal with 1:03 left in the game against Alexander, a team that had previously beaten Warren 3-0.  Morgan then capped off the week with a hat trick against Tyler Consolidated
on Senior Night.  

Volleyball Falls to Williamstown

Victoria LewisVolleyball Falls to Williamstown

Williamstown - Bethany Arnold was a force at the net on Senior Night.

The Williamstown middle hitter had a single-match career-high 26 kills as the Yellowjackets outslugged visiting Warren, 25-15, 21-25, 25-22, and 25-23, in prep volleyball action Monday evening.

Arnold’s previous high was 24 kills against Parkersburg Catholic.

“We do rely on Beth a lot,” said Williamstown head coach Rachelle Cole. “We moved Kayla Bauman opposite her, and she’s a pretty heavy hitter also. But the other three — Brittney (Hooper), Skyler (Chancellor), and Faith (Hoosier) — they’re playing exceptional now, too. I don’t want to take anything away from them, either.”

Bauman added 14 kills, Hoosier 11, Chancellor eight, and Hooper six for the Yellowjackets, who improved their record to 23-9-2 overall.

“Williamstown was hitting the ball well tonight,” said Warren boss Michelle Tyo.

Williamstown freshman setter Lakyn Joy finished with 37 assists, while libero Gracie Graham had 21 digs. Jillian Modesitt chipped in with 15 digs, and Chloe Hooper had eight.

Boys Soccer Win First Sectional Game

Matt GoodmanBoys Soccer Win First Sectional Game

Vincent - The Warren Warriors left their damp and muddy home pitch Monday evening with an 11-0 score on the board against Portsmouth West.

With the victory, Warren advanced in the Division II sectional tournament. It will play again at 5 p.m. Thursday against second-seeded Jackson.

The Warriors’ ability to create options for each other in the midfield and on the attack was seen when the first goal of the match was taken.

Senior midfielder Matt Goodman was able to strike the ball with pace from a far out distance and the ball found its way to the back of the net to make the score 1-0 in the first half.

“I just had a lot of space and shot it,” said Goodman. “It was not fun playing in these conditions because we would try and dribble but just lose the ball, but we got a win so that’s good.”

Volleyball Falls to Marietta

Abby GilliandVolleyball Falls to Marietta

Mariettta - Senior Night was a special evening for Marietta High’s fab five.

Veterans’ Vanessa Wilson, Natalie Brooks, Tia Jarvis, Morgan Connolly, and Carlie Hamilton each was instrumental in helping the Tigers sweep Warren High, 25-13, 25-17, and 25-13, in prep volleyball action at Sutton Gymnasium Thursday night.

“The girls came to play,” said MHS coach Ron Kidder. “We’re a hitting team, and we hit the ball, passed and served well, and I think in all aspects of the game, we played well. If we lose, it’s because we’re swinging at the ball.”

Marietta capped regular-season play with an 18-4 overall record, while Warren fell to 13-7.

“Warren’s a good team, and we knew that,” Kidder said. “We’re never going to take them lightly.

“We wanted this, because it’s the seniors’ last home game. and it means a lot to the seniors — and they worked and played hard. They’ve earned it. It’s what you put in the offseason that gets you here.”

Boys Soccer Nips Marietta

Preston Rowland-DemsterBoys Soccer Nips Marietta

Marietta - Ethan Yost assisted Shane Gardner for the game-winning goal Thursday evening to give Warren a 2-1 “Senior Night” win over rival Marietta.

The Warriors improved to 6-8-1 while the Tigers fell to 7-5-1. Marietta defeated Warren, 5-0, earlier in the year in Devola, but the Warriors got their revenge Thursday.

“It was a good finish for the kids,” said Warren head coach Ekrem Eksi.

“First half, we were a much better team, but the second half we got tired and Marietta started coming to us.”

The Warriors’ Matt Goodman put in the first goal of the match on a corner kick midway through the first half and took that lead into halftime.

Eleven minutes into the second half, Marietta’s Jake Craven tied things up when his direct kick found the back of the net. That was all Warren keeper Bryar Powell surrendered in the match, notching four saves on the Tigers’ five shots on goal.

Ten minutes after Marietta tied it, Warren retook the lead when Yost’s cross wound up in front of Gardner, who booted it past MHS keeper Justin LaBarre for a 2-1 advantage.

“First goal, we gave up a bad corner,” said Marietta head coach Todd Morris. “Second goal, we let the guy go unmarked. We just need to be better than that.

Athlete of the Week (Oct 1)

Brennan PerdueBrennan Perdue - Athlete of the Week (Oct 1)

Brennan earned All-OVAC honors as a freshman in the big school 5A division with a top 30 finish in the OVAC Championship.  Brennan's time was second on the team and helped lead the Warriors to a 4th place 
finish.  

Boys and Girls Cross Country Strong Showing at 5A OVAC Championship

Cross CountryBoys and Girls Cross Country Strong Showing at 5A OVAC Championship

Wheeling - Wheeling Park senior Ronnie Saunders competed in the 2017 OVAC Cal Pokas Cross Country Championship as part of the ‘open race.’

It wasn’t because he wasn’t a good enough runner to earn a spot in the Patriots’ top seven. He was sick. He had been diagnosed — earlier that summer — with Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis.

The open race at the OVAC was one of just two meets he ran.

He was fully cleared late in track season and finished as a silver medalist in the Class AAA state meet’s 3200 meter run. He hasn’t slowed down since.

https://www.baumspage.com/cc/ccevent.php?peventid=220&table=C

Boys Soccer Drills Parkersburg South

Preston Rowland-DemsterBoys Soccer Drills Parkersburg South

Vincent - Warren High enjoyed some morning glory on the pitch.

The Warriors scored three first-half goals en route to a 4-0 blanking of visiting Parkersburg South in prep boys’ soccer action Saturday morn.

“We played well today, a lot better than the first time we played them,” said WHS junior Ethan Yost, the team leader in goals (7) and assists (8). “We’ve come a long way. It was a good team win.”

The Warriors (5-8-0) dropped a 2-0 decision to the Eric Stump-coached Patriots (7-7-3) at the Erickson All Sports Facility Sept. 6.

Warren had four goal-scorers with Gavin Ott, Preston Rowland-Demster, Josh Yost, and Shane Gardner each putting a ball into the back of the net. Ethan Yost had two assists, while homecoming king Matt Goodman and Rowland-Demster one apiece.

WHS keepers’ Bryar Powell and Dylan Place were credited with a clean sheet.

“I think the whole game, defensively and offensively, we were the better team,” said Warrior boss Ekrem Eksi. “And the results show exactly what happened on the field.

“I played everybody, in the first half, too.”

Golf Wins DI Sectional at Crown Hill

GolfGolf Wins DI Sectional at Crown Hill

Williamsport - On a windy day the boys golf team was able to win a sectional championship at Crown Hill Golf Club in Williamsport OH.  The Warriors were led by Austin Barta's overall runnerup finish of 80, Caleb Davis 82, Seth Denni 86, Chance Weihl 90, and Jacob Smeeks 96.   The Warriors head to Eaglestick on Tuesday for a districts and a chance for a spot in the OHSAA State Championship. Results can be found here:  

 http://www.baumspage.com/golf/sect/se/1/boys/hockinghills/2018/2018%20Team%20Results_72.htm

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Athlete of the Week (Sept 24)

Brandon SimonietteBrandon Simoniette - Athlete of the Week (Sept 24)

Brandon accounted for 2 of the 3 TD’s in the Warriors come from behind 20-14 victory over Crooksville.  He ended 11 of 22 passing for 127 yards and a TD, and carried the ball 11 times for 62 yards, including the game winning 33 yard score with 3:03 remaining.  Brandon played every snap
of the game except 2 PAT's.

Warriors Rally to Defeat Crooskville 20-14

Brandon SimonietteWarriors Rally to Defeat Crooksville 20-14

Vincent - Brandon Simoniette rolled right and didn’t stop until he reached paydirt.

The Warren senior quarterback’s 33-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter proved to be the game-winner as the Warriors rallied to defeat visiting Crooksville, 20-14, in prep football action Saturday.

“It was going to be a pass, but you’ve got to make a play when the receivers aren’t open,” Simoniette said. “It just so happened that I was able to scramble and get to the end zone.”

Simoniette finished with 62 rushing yards on 11 carries, and also completed 11 of 22 passes for 127 yards and one TD of 38 yards to sophomore Evan Gandee. Gandee had five receptions for 87 yards.

“Evan Gandee’s a great receiver,” Simoniette said. “He’s somebody that you can put the ball anywhere near him, and he’s going to catch it.”

Football Hungry for Victory

Cole HuppFootball Hungry for Victory

Vincent - One week after narrowly missing out on their first win since the fifth game of the 2016 season, the Warren Warriors hope to snap their 20-game losing streak Saturday afternoon when they host the Crooksville Ceramics with a 3:30 kickoff.

The Warriors fell to Union Local 19-13 last week as their fourth-quarter comeback bid came up six points short.

First-year head coach Dan Day will look to sophomore quarterback Kurt Taylor to lead his team against a Crooksville team that is 1-4 on the season after edging the Morgan Raiders 22-14 last week.

Taylor had a strong showing against Union Local as he completed 19-of-34 pass attempts for 236 yards and a touchdown.

Brandon Simoniette continues to be Taylor’s favorite target as he hauled in 10 receptions last week for 103 yards.

The Warrior defense has been improving week after week as after surrendering an average of 55 points in their first three games, they have allowed 57 in their last two.

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