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MORGANTOWN TOO MUCH FOR LADY TIGERS

Article by Seth Staskey, Sports Editor, The Times Leader Serge Gentile knew exactly what he was signing his team up for when Shadyside agreed to play Morgantown.  Playing a West Virginia Class AAA opponent, which a perennial power in the state as well as in OVAC Class 5A, is a tall task. Such was the

Hendershot scores 1,000th point in Shadyside’s victory

Story by BUBBA KAPRAL, Executive Sports Editor, The Times Leader bkapral@timesleaderonline.com  SHADYSIDE – It was opening night for the Shadyside boys’ basketball team Tuesday. It also proved to be a very special night for Tigers’ all-stater Kelly Hendershot. The talented 6-2 senior tossed in a game-high 22 points to lead the Tigers to a lopsided

Monroe Central fends off Lady Tigers, 55-47

Story by Seth Staskey, Sports Editor of The Times Leader SHADYSIDE — Doing the little things in a basketball game like controlling the tempo, rebounding the ball, converting at the foul line and capitalizing on opportunities are normally key ingredients to success. Monroe Central did every one of those Monday evening inside Shadyside High School.

The Ohio Valley’s Top 10 Games – Reliving the Miracle at Meadowbrook

Story by Seth Staskey of The Times Leader BYESVILLE — Shadyside, quite simple, wasn’t going to be denied its second regional title in school history. Still, however, there were plenty of anxious moments in Byesville on the night of Nov. 17, 2001 against Danville in the Division VI, Region 23 championship game. “The thing that I

Lady Tigers Improve To 2-0 – Cruise By Frontier

Baylee Wach poured in 26 points Monday night as Shadyside improved to 2-0 on the young girls’ high school basketball season with a 70-36 victory against Frontier. Tori Hendershot added 11 points for the Lady Tigers, who canned seven 3-pointers, led by Wach’s three.

Lady Tigers Strong In Opener Against Ferry

Story by Seth Staskey, Times Leader Sports Editor SHADYSIDE — On the night when Shadyside unveiled its regional championship banner from last season’s run to the ‘Final Four,’ the Lady Tigers showed that this season could eventually end up being quite special, too. In front of a huge crowd inside a toasty Shadyside High School gymnasium,

Tigers eliminated by Newark Catholic

Story by Kim North of The Times Leader  Photo courtesy of Terry Hancock BYESVILLE — Not many football teams have had their way with Shadyside. Newark Catholic is one. The second-seeded Green Wave (9-3) continued their dominance over the No. 3 Tigers with a convincing, 40-0, shellacking Saturday night in an Ohio Division VII, Region 27 semifinal

TIGERS FACE TOUGHER TEST IN WEEK 2 OF OHSAA PLAYOFFS.

Story by Kim North of The Times Leader The Tigers (8-3) roared past Willow Wood Symmes Valley, 63-8, in a first-round Division VII, Region 27 playoff encounter last Saturday night. This week their test gets much tougher as the third seed faces No. 2 Newark Catholic (8-3) in a Saturday night semifinal matchup on the