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Girls Soccer Dominate in Sectional Win

Girls SoccerGirls Soccer Dominant in Sectional Win

Vincent - The Warren girls posted a convincing 7-0 win over Miami Trace in a sectional semifinal Tuesday.

Warren, which will play host to the Circleville/Logan Elm winner at 5 p.m. Thursday in the sectional final, received goals from seven different players in the victory.

Sophie Cochran scored on a cross from Alysa Pinkerton; Alex Frazee scored an unassisted goal; Payton Alloway put one through the pipes via Jade Fairbanks’ assist; Grace Bolden cashed in on a penalty kick; Alloway returned the favor with an assist to Fairbanks; Lilli Turner scored on a PK; and Mackenzie James-McGuire scored off an assist from Frazee.

Warren improved to 10-7-1 on the season.

Student Athlete of the Week (Oct 4)

Aiden WestermanStudent Athlete of the Week (Oct 4)

Sophomore Aiden Westerman earned his first Athlete of the Week honors of the season this past Saturday in a strong performance at the OVAC Championships in Cambridge.  Aiden finished 62nd out of 217 runners (#14 of 57 sophomores) with a new personal best time of 18:21.7.  This is his 3rd PR of the season.

Student Athlete of the Week (Oct 4)

Maggie ReynoldsStudent Athlete of the Week (Oct 4)

Freshman Maggie Reynolds earned her first career Athlete of the Week honors for her performance this past Saturday at the OVAC Championships in Cambridge.  She ran a personal best 22:24 to finish 51 out of 187 runners (#31 in class 5A & #5 Freshman in 5A), and, in doing so, solidified the #3 spot on the Girls XC team.   This is Maggie’s third time setting a new PR this season, with hopes of continuing the trend at the upcoming ECOL and District meets.

Warren Rolls

PabloWarren Rolls

Vincent - A trio of scores in the second half got the job done for Warren, as the home-standing Warriors downed Parkersburg South in a 3-0 contest on Monday in Vincent. It was tough sledding for both sides in the early going, since both the Patriots and Warriors were feeling each other out.

South goalkeeper Christian Altizer squared off with Warren’s Hunter Hanes, and Altizer was pressed into far more action. He averted a bigger injury in the 23rd minute after colliding with WHS’s Pablo Clotet, as he tweaked his ankle on the play. Altizer came back after a couple minutes away and didn’t miss a beat in the first half.

Derek McAfee was the main beneficiary of Warren’s attack. He netted the team’s first goal in the 51st minute when he received an assist from Caleb Burns. The pass to McAfee set the senior up right in front of the net where he fired a shot past the diving Altizer. The only second-half shot on goal for South came from Christian Barton, but the long attempt was caught by Hanes just a minute before Warren’s opening strike. That’s how the rest of the contest went, as South couldn’t get anything going offensively. Despite the efforts of South’s defense, Warren just kept blasting away. Ben Goodman slapped a shot off a WHS direct kick that Altizer deflected off the top of the goal with 25 minutes remaining, but more trouble brewed for PSHS.

Student Athlete of the Week (Sept 27)

Jordyn TaylorStudent Athlete of the Week (Sept 27)

Sophomore Jordyn Taylor earned her first career Athlete of the Week honors for her performance this past Saturday at Pickerington.  She ran a personal best 22:04 to finish 53 out of 237 runners (Top 25%), and, in doing so, moved up to the second spot on the Girls XC team.   Jordyn has improved her time by 2 minutes this season. topping last years’ PR of 23:08 at District's.

Student Athlete of the Week (Sept 27)

Jason WilliamsStudent Athlete of the Week (Sept 27)

Sophomore RB Jason “Nugget” Williams earned his second Athlete of the Week honors of the season as he became the first sophomore to eclipse 1,000 yards rushing in a season at Warren.  In the 28-12 win over Vinton County, Williams toted the ball 25 times for 260 yards and 4 TD’s -- runs of 3,11, 33, and 41 yards – to push his season total to 1,043 yards. 

Warriors Fall to Cambridge on Senior Night

Jason WilliamsWarriors Fall to Cambridge on Senior Night

Vincent - Warren’s senior night here Friday didn’t go as planned as a clash between Division IV, Region 15 foes ended with a dominating 42-10 triumph by Cambridge.

The No. 11 Bobcats, now 5-3 with a home game next Friday versus Marietta, got the fireworks going with an Owen Feldner 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to open the affair.

Due to Mother Nature, the contest started an hour later than expected, but the Warriors were never able to get on track.

Head coach Matt Kimes watched his team make six total turnovers and that included when Bobcat Davion Jeffrey picked off Trent Taylor after the Warriors gained a first down on their opening drive. The pass went off the hands of a receiver right to Jeffrey.

A short 30-yard scoring drive was capped in five plays by Caden Kenworthy’s 1-yard plunge and a 14-0 advantage with 8:06 left in the first following Lucas Parsons’ extra point. Kenworthy finished with game-highs of 24 rushes and 161 yards.

Cambridge took advantage of a bad handoff on Warren’s very next play as Jayden Shaffer recovered. A pair of personal fouls on the Warriors made it first-and-goal at the 5 and Kenworthy bulled in to make it 21-0 at the 7:49 mark.

Warriors Host Cambridge in Football

Jason WilliamsWarriors Host Cambridge in Football

Vincent - In what has all the makings of a good old good one, the Warren Warriors host Cambridge Friday night in a game that could have huge playoff implications for both teams.

Cambridge comes into the clash ranked number 11 in the latest D-4, Region 15 standings just three spots higher than the 14th ranked Warriors.

 

The Bobcats come into game on a bit of a down note after suffering a 40-14 loss last week to Ravenna.

Cambridge was led by quarterback Caden Moore who completed 13-of-26 pass attempts for 161 yards and running back Caden Kenworthy who rushed for 67 yards while catching six passes for 45 yards.

Warren may have the momentum in their favor after last week’s 28-12 win over Vinton County.

Boys Golf Advances to Districts

Boys GolfBoys Golf Advances to Districts

Williamsport - Caleb Davis was tied with Shadik for runner-up honors at 77 to lead Warren. Nathan Heft was a stroke behind in fourth at 78, Edward Kehl tied for 10th at 84 and Cole Hungate tied for 14th at 88. Rounding out the day for Warren was John Wharton, who shot a 95 and finished tied for 22nd place.

All four golf programs at Warren and Marietta will be represented at the district level, as the Warren girls were sectional champs while Marietta’s Saylor Wharff was the sectional Medalist. The girls will compete in the district tournament Monday at EagleSticks, a day before the boys compete on the same course.

Girls Golf Wins Sectionals

Girls GolfGirls Golf Wins Sectionals

Circleville - The Warren girls golf team bested Miami Trace by one stroke to become Division I sectional champions Monday at Pickaway Golf Course, while Marietta sophomore Saylor Wharff was the top scoring individual.

Wharff and the Warren girls advanced to next Monday’s district tournament in Zanesville, where the first-place team and top scoring individual will earn a state berth.

Juniors Hollis Sturgill and Jilliann Stemple finished tied for sixth place as both shot 95. Classmate Clara Pettit carded a 99 to tie for 10th place, while fellow junior Skyler Radabaugh was 14th at 102. Lone senior Carly McCutcheon was tied for 16th at 106.

“We’ve had a pretty good season this year,” said Warren head coach Andy Biddinger. “We’ve got a group of seniors and some juniors that have put in the time and the effort to try to get this. We walked away from sectionals last year thinking we should have been challenging for the championship and we didn’t even get to move on to the next round. Today was a bit of a struggle. Scores weren’t where we want them to be and where we think they should be, but to com e away with the second sectional championship we’ve ever won, it’s out of this world.”

Wharff carded a 43 on the front nine and a 42 on the back to score 85 and edge out Logan’s Aldridge Ashley (86).

Student Athlete of the Week (Sept 20)

Macie SmithStudent Athlete of the Week (Sept 20)

Senior Macie Smith earned Athlete of the Week honors, scoring four goals in two games during this past week.  Macie scored the first two goals in a 3-2 victory over Logan, and added two more in the 4-4 tie against Alexander.

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