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2020-2021 WHS Winter Sports Livestreaming Plan


2020-21 WHS Winter Sports Livestreaming Plan


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Warriors Win Sectional Title

Kurt TaylorWarriors Win Sectional Title

Vincent - It goes without saying that every high school basketball team wants to play its very best basketball come tournament time.

To say that Warren played its best ball of the season in Thursday evening’s Division II sectional championship game at home against Washington would be a major understatement as the top-seeded Warriors opened the game on a 28-0 run and never looked back en route to a dominating 67-19 victory.

The Warriors knocked down 11 of 15 first-quarter shots and forced the visitors into 11 opening period turnovers as they put the game and the sectional championship out of reach in a hurry.

“We knew we had a game like this in us and that’s the way we expect to play,” said Warren head coach Blane Maddox. “We played well and shot well from the beginning and just did and awesome job tonight.”

Joel Chevalier got things rolling for WHS with a field goal and fellow senior Kurt Taylor followed with an old fashioned three-point play followed by a 3-pointer from behind the arc to make it an 8-0 game.

Lady Warriors Handle Fairfield Union

Alexis FrazeeLady Warriors Handle Fairfield Union

Vincent - Warren took care of business in Tuesday’s Division II district semifinal, cruising past Fairfield Union for a 59-23 victory.

The win sets up Friday’s district championship game against Sheridan, a rematch the Warriors have been waiting a year for. Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Nelsonville-York High School.

“Oh yeah,” said Warren junior Abbie Smith when asked if she was excited to play the Generals again. Smith and her teammates vividly remember how last season ended, Sheridan escaping with a narrow victory in the regional semifinals.

“We all knew what we had to do tonight,” continued Smith, who finished with 19 points and nine rebounds Tuesday. “We wanted to get back to the district finals and give Sheridan another shot. We all really came together tonight. It really worked out in our favor tonight.”

The Warriors pressured Fairfield Union early and often, forcing 10 first-quarter turnovers to jump out to a 12-5 lead. It was 14-7 in the second period when Warren used a 10-0 run to create some separation. Millie Ryan’s putback at the buzzer gave the Warriors a 29-11 halftime advantage.

Snyder Wins Second Consecutive State Wrestling Title

Hayley SnyderSnyder Wins Second Consecutive State Wrestling Title

Hilliard - History was made on Saturday in Hilliard, as Warren’s Hayley Snyder claimed her second consecutive Ohio High School Wrestling Coaches Association girls state wrestling championship. This year’s event ended like last year’s did for the 101-pounder, by defeating Elyrias’s Riley Banyas to take home the win in her division. It’s all a part of the plan for second-year head coach Jeff Parsons, as he wants to use Snyder’s success to help build the female portion of his program. As for Snyder herself, she wants to seize this opportunity and use it as a springboard for bigger and better things in the future.This was only the second annual girls state wrestling tournament, and she wants top stay at the top for as long as she can.

“It feels really good,” the sophomore said of her triumph. “I’m really proud of myself. I knew some things that (Banyas) was going to do and that I needed to watch out for. I want to be a four-time state champ.”

That last sentence from Snyder speaks volumes of her own expectations, and the desire to become a decorated grappler is what fuels her. Snyder ran through the district tournament, as she capped off the semifinal and championship matches with a pair of falls to win that tournament, last Monday.

Mya Tucker Headed to Ohio Valley to Pitch

Mya TuckerMya Tucker Headed to Ohio Valley to Pitch

Vincent - After going last spring without playing the game of softball, Warren pitcher Mya Tucker figured out she liked the sport a lot more than she ever thought. “After my junior season got canceled I realized that I wanted to pursue college softball. I wasn’t ready to hang it up ...

Millie Ryan to Throw for Ohio University

Millie RyanMillie Ryan to Throw for Ohio University

Vincent -  Millie Ryan is setting herself up for success at the next level, and she hasn’t started her senior season yet. The discus and shot put standout is taking her talents from Warren High to Athens to compete for the Ohio Bobcats. While attending OU, Ryan will pursue a degree in ...

Warriors Fall to Dover

Brayden SalleeWarriors Fall to Dover

Vincent - The Dover Tornadoes left no doubt who the top team in the East Central Ohio League was this season. The visiting Tornadoes took down Warren 67-38 Friday night to clinch the ECOL championship. Dover is now 14-4 overall and 7-0 in the ECOL, while Warren dropped to 16-3 overall and ...

Sectional Champs

Abbie SmithSectional Champs

Vincent - Warren’s defense forced 33 Hillsboro turnovers here Thursday night in an Ohio Division II sectional final and the Indians shot less than 23% from the floor as the Warriors rolled to a 48-21 victory.

Head coach Amy Way’s squad scored the first 16 points and led 19-1 after one. The 12-5 Warriors are now set to play host at 7 p.m. Tuesday in a district semifinal versus Fairfield Union, which defeated Meigs 66-37.

“We got some film on them,” Way said of FUHS. “We haven’t watched too much of it. We were focusing on this one. We’ll be watching and coming up with a game plan.

“I think the girls will be ready and they will be excited to play again. We got to clean up some things from today and hopefully we got the nerves out of the way and we’ll be ready to go.”

Chad Hills’ Indians (5-13) missed all seven of their shots in the opening stanza, got their lone point via an Eden Edenfield free throw and allowed 11 steals on their dozen turnovers.

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Student Athlete of the Week (Feb 1)

Alexis FrazeeStudent Athlete of the Week (Feb 1)

Sophomore guard Alexis Frazee earned her first Athlete of the Week honors with her solid performances this past week for the Lady Warriors.  For the week, Alex averaged 10 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.2 assists, and 3.3 steals in games versus Fort Frye, Marietta, and Cambridge.  She shot 12-16 from the floor (75%) and connected on 2 of 5 from beyond the arc. Her performances in league wins over Marietta and Cambridge helped the Lady Warriors capture the regular season title in their first year in the ECOL.

Ashley Miller Advances to Districts

Ashley MillerAshley Miller Advances to Districts

CONGRATULATIONS to Ashley Miller. Ashley will be representing the Warren Swim Team at the District Finals/Regional swim meet held this Thursday at BGSU. Ashley qualified in the 100 butterfly. Qualifiers from the meet will advance to the State Meet competition at McKinley High School in Canton. Good Job, Ashley and best of luck.

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Swimmers Compete at Sectionals

Swimmers SectionalsSwimmers Compete at Sectionals

An awesome job once again by our Warren Warrior Swimmers. Even though the swimming conditions were not ideal for tournament swimming, our swimmers were determined to bring it, and that they did. Several PB shattered, several school records broken.

Sectional meet highlights: 200 medley relay (Sage Husted, Lily Herriott, Ashley Miller & Josie Corbitt) 4th place, new school record dropping 3.04sec. 200 Free Relay (Herriott, Fiona McHenry, Corbitt, Miller) 5th place, new school record dropping 4.34 secs. 400 Free Relay ( Jori Husted, Tori Wittekind, S. Husted, McHenry) New school record beating by 51.31 secs.

Individual highlights:

Jori Husted dropped 5.06 secs in her 200 free, and .69 secs in the 50 free.

Becca Ball determined to swim a sub 2 in her 100 breast stroke crushed it with a 1:52.31. What a girl will do for some reeses pieces.

Angel Smith dropped 6.82 in the 100 free.

Ashley Miller swam a season best for a 5th place finish in the 50 free, and also placed 5th and broke her school record with a 1:11.06 (.82 sec drop) in the 100 butterfly.

Sage Husted took a 9th place finish in the fly with a 5.5 sec drop and placed 6th in the back with a season best 1:15.25 ( 2.7 sec drop).

Fiona McHenry swam a PB (1:09.57, dropped 3.69sec) in the 100 free for an 11th place finish and swam a PB 1:20.88, dropped .74 sec in her 100 back for a 10th place finish.

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