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Warriors Defeat Tigers

Trent TaylorWarriors Defeat Tigers

Vincent - Hot shooting late in the first half made up for a slow start, as Warren completed a regular season sweep of the visiting Marietta Tigers, 57-37 on Tuesday night in Vincent.

More importantly, the contest was played in honor of late WHS coach, Monte Cunningham, who passed away from leukemia on July 3. The game, as a part of Coaches vs. Cancer delivered with a high-octane performance from the home side, as Warren head coach Blaine Maddox talked about the impact Cunningham had on the team and community.

“We spent a lot of traveling time together,” he said of his time with Cunningham. When his boy played, it was every night that (Cunningham) was with us. He kept stats everywhere, he helped scout everywhere. He went on so many trips and so many thousands of miles for Warren basketball. He’s a good friend, and he loved the game. It was a pleasure to get to honor him tonight.”

The visiting Tigers jumped out in front with a key couple of early buckets from Elyjah Lieras-Kelley, as his night started with the first four coming in the opening frame. He also dished an assist to Isaac Koast, as MHS took advantage of Warren miscues to cling on to a 6-2 lead. However, Trent Taylor Ayden Cornell’s baskets in quick succession gave the Warriors their first edge with 2:03 left in the first.

Randy Tomlin to Speak at Fundraiser

Randy Tomlin Randy Tomlin to Speak at Fundraiser (click for details)

Vincent - Warren High School Baseball/Softball Leadoff Dinner featuring former Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Randy Tomlin will be February 12 at Warren High School.

Tickets are $35 for General Admission and $55 for VIP. 

General Admission includes dinner, drink, desert.

VIP includes dinner, drink, desert, and access to the VIP reception with Randy Tomlin.

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Warriors Smith Scores 1000th Point in Win Against South

Abbie SmithWarriors Smith Scores 1000th Point in Win Against South

Vincent - Parkersburg South is not alone when it comes to Warren senior Abbie Smith being a mismatch for most opponents.

Monday night at Warren High School, Smith scored a game-high 29 points — and became the Warriors’ seventh girls basketball player to surpass 1,000 points for her career — as Warren defeated South, 63-39.

When the night began, Smith needed 12 points to reach the milestone. The moment belonged to her when she made the front-end of a two-shot foul at the 5:35 mark of the second quarter.

“Early on, we were slow in the press — we felt like that gave us the best chance to limit (Smith’s touches if that’s possible,” South coach Ed Davis said. “Obviously in the halfcourt, she hurt us. In the second half, we did a better job on her.”

The Warriors, used a 12-2 run early in the first quarter to build a double-digit margin at 14-4 and never trailed in the ballgame. The Patriots slied the deficit to 16-10 on consecutive 3-pointers from Hannah Wingrove, but from the start of the second quarter with Warren leading 20-10, the Warriors were able to maintain a double-digit lead the rest of the way.

Warriors Shut Down Athens

Alexis FrazeeWarriors Shut Down Athens

Vincent - After getting off to a bit of a slow start Warren got better and better offensively as the game went along in Saturday afternoon’s matinee against the visiting Athens Lady Bulldogs.

Defensively the Lady Warriors were on the mark from the opening tip as they limited Athens to single digits in three of the four quarters while increasing their own point total in every period en route to a 55-27 victory.

Junior Alex Frazee tossed in a game-high 16 points while senior Abbie Smith routinely completed a double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds as the Warriors improved to 10-5 on the season.

“I think our energy was kind of down I think from the Marietta game Thursday and everything else we were a little bit tired,” said Warren head coach Amy Way. “The defense came through… especially in the second half and we finally started hitting shots.”

Neither team could find much of a rhythm offensively to start the game and the Warriors found themselves trailing 7-5 in the closing minutes of the first quarter.

Lemley Selected Into SEOBCA Hall of Fame

Ryan LemleyLemley Selected Into SEOBCA Hall of Fame

Retired Warren High School Baseball Coach Ryan Lemley has been selected to the 2022 Class of the Southeast Ohio Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.   Lemley’s storied 18-year career as a Head Coach included stints at Southern High School (2003-13) and Warren High School (2015-2021), where collectively he amassed 262 career wins.   

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Cochran's 20 Leads Warriors Past Marietta

Alexis FrazeeCochran's 20 Leads Warriors Past Marietta

Marietta -After losing by 21 points to Warren back in early December, Thursday night’s rivalry game at Sutton Gymnasium between host Marietta and the visiting Warriors would serve as a pretty good measuring stick to see just how much improvement the young Lady Tigers have made in a season that is well past the halfway mark.

For three quarters, the Tigers gave Warren all they wanted before the Warriors pulled away in the final quarter to claim a 54-40 win.

Marietta entered the final period trailing the Warriors by just three points but a 13-3 Warrior run proved to be the Tigers demise as they slipped to 8-9 on the season.

Warren juniors Sophie Cochran and Alex Frazee combined for 36 points in the game as the Warriors out-pointed the home team 18-7 in the final period to improve to 9-5 on the season.

“It wasn’t a pretty game by any means but the girls were able to grit it out and do the little things at the end that it took to win the game,” said Warren head coach Amy Way. “Marietta played a really good game and I was proud of our girls for hanging in there and getting the win.”

The Warriors got off to a great start as Cochran and senior Kelly Jackson both knocked down triples on their first two possessions to give them the quick 6-0 lead.

Warren Girls Inch Closer to ECOL Title

Alexis FrazeeWarren Girls Inch Closer to ECOL Title

Vincent - The Warren High School girls basketball team inched a step closer to claiming the last East Central Ohio League crown following Saturday afternoon’s 56-31 victory against Dover inside the Warrior Coliseum.

Back in late November, the Warriors had to use a rally in the fourth quarter to knock off the Tornadoes, 46-43.

Nothing of the sort transpired in this affair, though, as Warren head coach Amy Way watched her team drain 10 of 17 shots in the first half, including 5 of 6 from downtown, en route to holding a commanding 29-6 advantage at the break.

Abbie Smith led the Warriors, now 8-5 overall and 4-0 in the ECOL, with a game-high 21 points to go along with seven rebounds. Alex Frazee tossed in 14 points and finished with game-highs of 10 assists and three steals.

“I think we were making shots because we were moving the ball so well,” admitted coach Way, who also received eight counters apiece from Kelly Jackson and Sophie Cochran. “I thought our passing, inside-out, and making that extra pass so we were getting good rhythm shots.

“We shot extremely well in that first half. I thought we did a great job of getting the ball to Abbie and she did a great job of finding people on the outside when she got double teamed. Alex had a fantastic game with 10 assists and a double-double.”

Student Athlete of the Week (Jan 3)

Jason WilliamsStudent Athlete of the Week (Jan 3)

Sophomore Jason “Nugget” Williams earned his first Athlete of the Week honors of the season in wrestling with his outstanding performances on the mat at the Licking Valley Invitational.  Williams finished 4-0 with four, first-round pins to claim the 175 lb. weight class title.

Student Athlete of the Week (Jan 3)

Lily HerriottStudent Athlete of the Week (Jan 3)

Senior Lily Herriott earned her first Athlete of the Week honors in swim for her solid performances in the pool this past weekend.  In a dual with Marietta on Friday, Lily took 1st in the 50 free in a personal best 28.6 seconds, and 2nd in the 100 breast stroke. She was also part of the winning 200 medley relay (2:11.28 – NSR) and the 2nd place 200 free relay team. On Saturday at the PSHS Patriot Invite, Lily placed 2nd in the 100 breast stroke (1:24.39 - NSR), 3rd in a field of 40 in the 100 free, and was part of the 200 medley and 200 free relay teams that placed 2nd & 5th respectively.  Her efforts helped lead the ladies to a 3rd place team finish.

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