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PHOTOS: Lady Panthers Pull Away In Rivalry Victory Over Wolverines

Entering Monday Night’s rivalry 2.0 game for both Riverside and Ellwood City, the records may have led some to believe Riverside would have an easy time with the Lady Wolverines.  But as with any rivalry game, you can throw the records out as Ellwood City (3-7 overall) paced the Panthers (8-2 overall) for the first three frames of action until Riverside used a strong 4th quarter performance at the free throw line to pull away to a 46-37 section victory. Freshman Marley Wolf collected a game-high 14 points, including all eight of her free throw attempts in the final quarter, to…


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PHOTOS: Five Ellwood Wrestlers Victorious At MAC Championships

Five Wolverine wrestlers were victorious in their final matches at the Midwestern Athletic Conference Tournament, which was held January 6-7 at Hopewell High School. In championship matches, at the 132 pound weight class – Ellwood City’s Tyler Alberts collected a major decision and victory over Jake Pail, Freedom, 8-0. In third-place consolation matches, at 120-pound weight class – Tyler Baird was victorious by decision over Nick Reconnu, Montour, 5-1.  In the 145 weight class – Austin Walley, Ellwood City used a major decision to beat Austin Dohl, Quaker Valley, 17-3. In fifth-place consolation matches, Wolverine Jake Alberts was victorious by injury default…


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PHOTOS: Balanced Panthers Attack Leads To Rivalry Victory

The Riverside Panthers used a balance scoring attack Friday night in their 66-51 rivalry victory over Ellwood City. Riverside was led by three players in double digits including Justin Baust who finished with a game-high 15 points.  Baust was joined in double figures by Gunnar Boehm (14 points) and Jesse Fornataro (11 points). Ellwood City used home court momentum early and jumped out to a 7-0 lead minutes into the contest, but the Panthers collected themselves and used their balance scoring attack to overcome the deficit and pull away by halftime.  The Panthers led 17-12 after one quarter and 38-22 at…




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HOMECOMING: Panthers Secure Playoff Spot With Friday Night Victory

For the Riverside Panthers, Friday night’s 28-26 victory over North Catholic was twice as nice as it secured second place in the Midwestern Athletic Conference and a home WPIAL Class 2A playoff berth as well as cemented a tone of revenge for last year’s blowout loss to the Trojans. The Panthers (5-2 overall, 5-1 conference) used the big play – 95-yard kick off return by LeMarcus Cleckley – as well as a clutch play – a 19-yard fourth-down pass from Ben Hughes to Austin Dambach – to stay in front of the visiting Trojans. The game came down to a…


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Haunted Hill View Manor

Located on the outskirts of New Castle lies one of the most popular western Pennsylvania ghost hunting locations- Hill View Manor. The manor is an 85,000 square foot building that opened in the 1920’s as a  “poor farm” and halfway house but was later turned into a care facility in the 1970’s. Its doors closed permanently in 2004 and remained lifeless until it was sold to new management a few years later who turned it into a prime spot for paranormal investigators, thrill seekers, and skeptics. To date, Hill View Manor remains a deteriorating skeleton of what it once was-…


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Ellwood City’s Fall Fest Photo Gallery

Many families and individuals enjoyed the festivities that took place Saturday in downtown Ellwood, thanks to the Fall Fest. This year the event included live performances, local vendors and concessions, carriage rides, a car cruise, and many other activities. Send an email to our journalist for use of any gallery photos, cdouglas@ellwoodcity.org.  


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Lincoln High School 2016 Homecoming Queen’s Court

Congratulations to the Lincoln High School 2016 Homecoming Queen’s Court. Back row (l-r) Taylor Dufford, Zoe Geminiani, Maddie Morella, Ally Peffer, and Erika Walley. Front row (l-r) Denisa Bohunicka, Megan Siegfried, Skyla Greco, and Brooklyn Magill. The LHS Wolverines will take on the Valley Vikings Friday, September 30th, at Helling Stadium in Ewing Park and the 2016 Homecoming Queen will be crowned during halftime of the game.


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PHOTOS: Rescue Dog Visits North Side

Daisy, a 4 year old Dogo Argentino, and her handler Melissa Parker visited North Side Primary School on Friday afternoon as part of the schools “service learning projects” scheduled throughout the year to teach the students about their community. The event was used to introduce and educate the students on rescue dogs and emphasizing the impact the responding police, fireman, and other rescue dogs can have in certain events. Our full story ran on Friday, and can be viewed here – http://ellwoodcity.org/2016/09/09/school-teaches-students-about-911-with-service-dog/