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Ellwood City Wolverines Lose to Farrell

Although Anthony Roth put 14 points on the scoreboard, Lincoln fell to Farrell 45-43 Wednesday night in non-section play.   Kyi Wright connected on a driving shot with under five seconds the play that turned into the game winner for Farrell. Ellwood City Wolverines scored early in the game, boasting a 19-18 lead at the half, but Farrell ultimately came back for the victory after trailing by three points entering the final frame.  Wright finished with a game-high 21 points for Farrell (10-18 shooting, 8 rebounds). With seven points, Roth saw his best shooting performance in the third period. Luca Botti…


Lincoln High Graduate Named to WPCC All-Academic Team

Butler, PA– Madison Morella, a 2017 Lincoln High graduate and freshman on a Butler County Community College volleyball team that in October captured its 14th Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference title since 1977, is one of 19 BC3 fall sports athletes named to the WPCC all-academic team. Morella, who achieved high honors, was a middle hitter on a BC3 squad that posted an 18-6 record and whose WPCC crown was its ninth under coach Rob Snyder and third in a row after sweeping the Community College of Beaver County on Oct. 22. To be eligible for the WPCC all-academic team, student-athletes…


Lincoln High School Cuts Costs, No More Paper Report Cards

In an attempt to cut thousands in costs, the Ellwood City School Board has decided to stop giving out paper report cards at Lincoln High School, effective with the latest nine-weeks grading period. Parents and guardians are encouraged to instead view their child’s grades through the online platform that is already in place; those without access to the internet or who prefer the paper reports can make individual requests to the school to continue receiving hard copies. This decision will not affect the lower grades and high school students who fail a course will receive a mailing from the guidance…


Corona D’italia Lodge #807 100th Anniversary Recap

Corona D’italia Lodge #807 celebrated the 100th anniversary of the organization of one of the first Italian Societies for women. Guided by the late John Statti, whose wife, Mary, was a polio victim, urging the women to form a social network. The Lodge began with 77 Charter members on December 31, 1917. The Charter organizers were Sylvia Bellora, who served as the first Venerable{President) Rola Pesce and Luigia Rubino. Recognized as the Founders are, Bellora, Angelina Fraschetti, Vittoria Port, Frances DeMartini, Mary DiThomas, Ida Colavincenzo, Lulu Bevivino and Dena Parascenzo. All the Charter and Founder members are deceased as are…


Ellwood City Wolverines Defeat Steel Valley

Munhall, PA– Lincoln won 55-42 against Steel Valley on Wednesday with the help of Anthony Roth, who scored 25 points, including 17 points in a decisive 3rd quarter for the Wolverines. Ellwood City Wolverines clinched their lead in the third quarter on a free throw from Roth. Lincoln came back with a vengeance in the final two quarters, after being behind early in the game, trailing 23-19 at the half. With a game-high 20 points in the third quarter, Lincoln gained some momentum late in the game. Roth led Lincoln’s offense, going 5-for-14 (36%) from the field while also sinking…


Class of 1954 Christmas Dinner Meeting Recap

Pudue LaCava hosted the annual Christmas Dinner for the 1954 Lincoln High School, “81 Still Having Fun” committee on Thursday, November 30 at 2p.m. at her Mt. Vernon Drive Home. The full committee in attendance enjoyed a bountiful menu of ravioli, meatballs, sausage, ham, salads, vegetable trays and many desserts, provided by members and served by LaCava and Ilene Gardner. Admiring the beautiful Christmas decorated home added to the socializing of all in attendance. The informal business session heard reports from Co-Chairman James Spielvogel and on behalf of Chairman Paul Abraham. Fund Raising reports were presented by James Gillespie and…


VIDEO: Lincoln High Choir Sings at Community Plaza

Students of the Lincoln High choir took stage at the Community Plaza in downtown Ellwood to sing Christmas carols. Check out the photos and video below taken by our journalist, Cassandra Douglas.  


Meet the Team: Lincoln High Winter Sports Q&A

The winter sports season is just starting at Lincoln High School. Our Roundball page has been updated with the complete rosters and schedules for both the Wolverines and Lady Wolverines basketball season. It can be viewed here. Check out the Q&A’s from a few seniors on the basketball teams and wrestling about their upcoming season: Wolverines Basketball Name: Nico Lucarelli Parents: Bob and Chariene Lucarelli Grade: 12 Years played: 3 What are you looking forward to about the season? Making playoffs, win a title and having fun. What have you and the team been doing to prepare? Busting our butts in…


Meet the Cast Part 2: Little Woman

This is the second and final part to Lincoln High’s Meet the Cast of Little Woman. View the first one here. The musical will be premiering this Friday at 7p.m. at Lincoln High School.   Tanner Tomak as Laurie Year: Freshman Been in musicals since: This is my 3rd year in musicals. Will you be singing: Yes. What interested you in this role: I liked that it wasn’t a major role to start off. What is unique about your costume(s): There’s a lot of sweaters! Favorite song: 5 Forever because its upbeat and happy. What have you done to prepare:…


Ellwood City Area School District Negotiations Update

To provide the public with accurate information regarding the status and progress of the negotiations between the School District and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Local 32BJ (hereinafter referred to as “Union”), the Board is posting this Negotiations Update which summarizes the Board’s efforts to reach a new Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Union. Since January 2017, the Board has attempted to negotiate a new Collective Bargaining Agreement with the District’s custodians, cafeteria employees, instructional assistants and clerical employees all of which are represented by the Union. The parties have held multiple negotiation sessions with little progress to date….