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Student Athlete of the Week (Sept 14)

Brennan PerdueStudent Athlete of the Week (Sept 14)

Junior Brennan Perdue has been a model of consistency with top 10 finishes in all five races this season. This past Saturday at Belpre, Brennan finish 8th out of 106 runners with a time of 16:59.7.  His effort paced the Warriors to the title, and their 5th first place finish in their 5 meets this season. 

Homecoming Win

Kurt TaylorHomecoming Win

Vincent - Every once in a while, even a good offense needs help from its defense until it can officially get going. This was exactly the case for the Warren Warriors in their home matchup with Union Local Saturday afternoon.

Matt Kimes’ point-stopping unit holding scoreless a Jets team hoping for an upset and allowing its offense some breathing room was really making things hard on their visitors. They did this via intercepting three passes, scoring on a fumble recovery, and holding the Jets to 152 total yards of offense.

It was just a continuation of what has been a good unit all year for the blue and white.

“We’ve been playing really good defense pretty much the whole season besides a couple busted assignments here or there. The last 10 quarters nobody has scored on us and that is two games and a half and we needed to play good defense early today and keep them off the scoreboard until the offense got rolling,” coach Kimes said.

And even once the offense found its spark with 14 unanswered second-half points, the defense had essentially already put the game away for good. Hunter Vincent’s 69-yard scoring scamper off a forced fumble by teammate Josh Welch gave the Warriors’ a 21-0 lead in the third quarter en route to a 35-0 win.

Warriors Look to Keep it Rolling

Joel ChevalierWarriors Look to Keep it Rolling

Vincent - Warren is off to a 3-1 start to 2020.

Defensively, the Warriors have allowed more than 14 points in a game just once. Offensively, quarterback Kurt Taylor and wide receiver Evan Gandee are just some of the firepower at Warren’s disposal.

“I think we match up well,” Warren head coach Matt Kimes said of Union Local.

“I really like where we’re at in terms of how we’re playing. The guys up front are getting better every week. I feel like we’re being multidimensional offensively, mixing up our offense and keeping defenses on their toes. We’ve been playing well on special teams as well.”

Warren shut down a banged up Meigs team 41-0 last week, that win coming off a 28-14 victory over Logan. Warren’s only loss came to Division VI, No. 2 ranked Fort Frye after a 28-6 win over rival Marietta in week one.

It’s no surprise Warren had been able to put up points, but keeping the opposition from putting up points has been the biggest key.

“Just our physicality,” Kimes said of what he’s from his defense. “We’re playing really physical. We’d have even less points given up without busted assignments here and there, but we’re being aggressive. We’re bringing some pressure, and we’ve got guys who are covering well.”

Student Athlete of the Week (Sept 7)

Evan GandeeStudent Athlete of the Week (Sept 7)

Senior Evan Gandee is the Athlete of the Week for his performance in a 28-14 win over Logan.  In helping raise the Warriors record to 2-1, Gandee hauled in 7 receptions for 177 yards and 3 TD’s, including an 88 yard score for the games’ first points.  Gandee also added a game-clinching interception in the closing minutes to preserve the victory.

Lady Warriors Fall to Tigers in Three Sets

VolleyballLady Warriors Fall to Tigers in Three Sets

Vincent - The Warriors of first-year head coach Dan Proctor dropped their fifth straight and will carry a 2-7 record into Saturday afternoon’s match at Vinton County.

“Marietta is always a tough team. It’s always fun to play them,” said Proctor, whose squad was led by Autumn Miller’s seven kills and nine blocks along with Haylee Morgan’s 16 assists and Gracee Goodwin’s 4.5 blocks.

“We got to finish when we get up or when we get close to the end. We got to be able to hang with them. They run a quick offense and we have some trouble reading sometimes, but we’ll adjust.”

An ace by Warren’s Hallie Northrop had the opening set even at six, but the Tigers pulled through in the best-of-five match when Wright registered a kill for set point.

Warren Boys Win Jeremy Anderson INV

Cross CountryWarren Boys Win Jeremy Anderson INV

Beverly - The Marietta girls and Warren boys swept the team titles Saturday at the second annual Jeremy Anderson Invitational at Fort Frye High School, and Belpre’s Eli Fullerton claimed his third straight individual title to start the 2020 season.

The Warren boys, led by an eighth place finish from Brennan Perdue, barely beat out second place Fisher Catholic. When the final scores were originally announced, Fisher Catholic had won by two points. However, a later announcement revealed there was an error in the scoring and that Warren had actually edged the Irish 56-58. The Warriors’ tent erupted in excitement at the announcement as they won their fourth straight team title to start the season.

“That’s our fourth win in a row,” said Warren head coach Ryan Werry. “We’ve finished first four races in a row. That’s kind of the boys’ goal, but our ultimate goal is to just keep getting better each week. Each one is a practice leading up to districts. We have goal as a team, we want that district. We want to challenge that. So far the boys have bought in and they’re really working hard.”

Student Athlete of the Week (Aug 31)

Chance WeihlStudent Athlete of the Week (Aug 31)

Senior Chance Weihl is the Athlete of the Week as he was medalist on Thursday at Lakeside against Waterford.  Chance fired a two under 32 on the front with 3 birdies and a bogey.  Chance's 32 puts him in the record books at Warren High School for the 3rd all-time lowest nine hole score.

Student Athlete of the Week (Aug 24)

Millie RyanStudent Athlete of the Week

Senior Goal Keeper Millie Ryan earned this weeks’ Athlete of the Week honors with two shutouts in wins over Cambridge and Waverly.  Playing one of her best games as a Warrior, Millie frustrated and denied the hard-charging forwards from Waverly with eleven spectacular saves to preserve the shutout and get her team off to a 2-0 start on the young season.

Lady Warriors Settle for Tie

Sophie CochranLady Warriors Settle for Tie

Vincent - Warren held a lead twice during Saturday afternoon’s girls soccer match against New Philadelphia, but both times the Quakers were able to find the equalizer and force a 2-2 tie.

“It was a very evenly matched game,” said Warren head coach Andy Pinkerton. “Both teams put together some pretty strong attacks. Just couldn’t finish as much as we wanted to. They had two quality players, No. 10 (Audrey Harr) and No. 5 (Lauryn Contini). They really gave us some fits. We did a good job in the first half limiting their opportunities. In the second half they got two behind us. Luckily we were able to get two of our own to equalize.”

Warren struck first just a minute and 10 seconds into the match. Sophie Cochran’s shot on goal was blocked by Quaker keeper Marilynn Stokey, but Payton Alloway was there to gather the deflection and put it into the back of the net for a 1-0 Warren lead.

Harr responded in the 10th minute with the first of her two goals on the afternoon. There was nothing Warren keeper Millie Ryan could do as Harr perfectly placed a shot to the upper left section of the net, making it 1-1.

“She’s a high quality player,” Pinkerton said of Harr. “We knew she was going to be good coming in. I think we just kind of allowed her to hold the ball a little bit too long. Just a slight relaxation (on defense) allowed that opening for her shot. It’s something we will work on and improve for next time we play them.”

Two Late Goals Lift Warriors

Kyle MahoneyTwo Late Goals Lift Warriors

Vincent - Warren scored two goals in the final nine minutes of play to pick up win No. 1 of the 2020 season, taking down New Philadelphia 3-1 Saturday.

Knotted at 1-all with nine minutes to play, things got a bit heated between the two sides. Both teams were issued yellow cards around the nine-minute mark after some pushing and shoving. When play resumed, Warren’s Shane Gardner broke the tie with 8:18 left on the clock. Caleb Burns added a goal with 3:14 remaining to provide some cushion, and the Warriors held on from there.

After an 0-2 start to the season, Warren head coach Ekrem Eksi felt his team badly needed this win.

“If we would’ve lost this one, I think the kids would’ve been down,” said Eksi, whose Warriors play host to Athens Tuesday. “They’ve been down. They lost to teams that we should’ve beat. This was a good win for them.”

The match didn’t get off to a great start for the home team as New Philadelphia’s Elliott Warner found the back of the net nearly seven minutes into the match to make it 1-0.

Warriors Fall to Cadets

Kurt TaylorWarriors Fall to Cadets

Vincent - Sometimes the very best defense can be an effective offense that keeps the opposing offense off of the field.

After allowing three first half touchdowns to the high-powered Warren offense, Fort Frye controlled the clock in the second half and kept the Warriors off the scoreboard en route to a 27-20 win to improve to 2-0 on the season.

The Cadets jumped out to an early 15-0 lead thanks to first quarter touchdown runs by junior quarterback Ian Ellis and sophomore running back Owen Brown and appeared to be well on their way to a dominating win before the Warriors offense came alive in a big way.

One play after Brown’s 39-yard touchdown run, Warren jumped right back into the game on a quick slant from quarterback Kurt Taylor to fellow senior Evan Gandee, who out-raced the Cadet defense for a 69-yard touchdown to cut the lead to 15-6.

The Warrior defense gave them the ball right back when junior defensive back Derek McAfee intercepted Ellis deep in Cadet territory.

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