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Plenty of positives in Warren’s opener against Mercyhurst Prep

August 23, 2016 ERIE — Despite not being able to attend his team’s season-opening match, Warren girls tennis coach John Parroccini was pleasantly surprised with the way the Lady Dragons held their own against one o... more »»

Fall sports season officially set to get underway

August 22, 2016 Welcome back. The competition officially counts starting this week, as the Warren boys and girls golf programs, as well as girls tennis get their regular season underway. more »»

Season of change: Football

August 20, 2016 When the PIAA Board of Directors voted to expand classifications for the 2016-2018 cycle, much of the debate over the new format focused on how things would play out on the gridiron. more »»

New opponents a good thing for D-10 schools

August 20, 2016 When the PIAA decided to expand its classifications, it was with football at the forefront. more »»

Season of change: Soccer

August 19, 2016 This fall will truly be a season of change for local soccer programs. more »»

County programs aim to keep rolling

August 19, 2016 The Warren boys soccer program is used to competing for District 10 champions. more »»

Season of change: Cross country

August 18, 2016 Changes to high school cross country under the PIAA’s new classification system are minimal, at least as far as the regular season is concerned. more »»

Bike race takes a turn with proposed road work

August 18, 2016 Proposed work on Longhouse Scenic Drive next year would force a move for one bicycle race, but shouldn’t affect the bicycle portion of the Tango. John Papalia, Jr. more »»

Season of change: Golf, girls tennis

August 17, 2016 Some of Warren’s best individual performances in recent years have come on the tennis court and the golf course. more »»

As fall sports practices begin, PIAA’s new classification format takes center stage

August 15, 2016 Every new enrollment cycle brings its share of changes to the landscape of high school sports in Pennsylvania. This one just happens to bring a little more. more »»

Volleyball making the move from three to four classes

August 15, 2016 With the massive changes to the PIAA classifications this season, that also means plenty of shifting in District 10 . more »»

Striking out Apraxia: Seth Patchen throws ceremonial first pitch

August 13, 2016 In my mind, the offer played out just like a scene from the Godfather. I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse. more »»

King gives U.S. its newest Olympic legend

August 9, 2016 I’ll admit, when the opening ceremonies for the Olympics began, I had little clue who Lilly King was. I certainly do now. more »»

Pennsy offense erupts in 38-20 win over New York

August 8, 2016 BRADFORD — One of the many traditions of the Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic is giving the most recent winner access to Parkway Field’s home stands and locker room. more »»

County seniors gearing up for Big 30 Classic

August 5, 2016 Football is back. more »»

Sports Mailbag: Prosen’s Barbershop

August 4, 2016 I recently read with sadness of the passing of Tony Prosen, a man who unknowingly had a significant impact on my adolescent social development and sport career. more »»

Wolverine players, coaches take part in AML media day

August 4, 2016 Sheffield football players are used to taking hits on the field, but taking them from the media was a whole new ball game. more »»

Industrial Tournament set for August 19-21

August 2, 2016 The 37th Annual Terry F. Ristau Industrial Memorial Softball Tournament benefiting local charities will be held the weekend of August 19-21 at Betts Park. more »»

War Memorial Field set to host Big 30 practice

July 29, 2016 For football fans who are getting the itch for the 2016 season to get started, look no further than Warren on a Friday night in late July. more »»

Foolish to think Steelers won’t re-sign Bell

July 26, 2016 By now, you’ve had the chance to digest yet the latest plot twist in the career of Le’Veon Bell, the 24-year old star running back of the Pittsburgh Steelers. more »»



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