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Strong second half sparks Shadyside by Bellaire, 65-43

JAN 29, 2020 DONNIE YEAGER JR. For The Times Leader   BELLAIRE – The Bellaire Big Reds played Shadyside tight through the first half, taking a lead at the end of the first quarter on a David Zwack 3-pointer that they held through the halftime buzzer. Unfortunately for the host Big Reds, Shadyside put on

Lady Tigers to host OVAC Semi Final

Wheeling Central will be visiting the Tiger Den on Monday, February 3rd, for an OVAC 2A Semi Final matchup. JV starts at 6:00 (2 quarters only) , Varsity tip will be at 7:00.

Shadyside gets past Davis and Bellaire

JAN 28, 2020 SETH STASKEY Times Leader Sports Editor BELLAIRE — Shadyside came into Monday’s game at Bellaire knowing that nothing about the first meeting last month would matter in the latest showdown. Quite simply, the Big Reds have made significant improvement as the season has gone along and they boast arguably the best player

Shadyside shoots past River, 58-40

JAN 25, 2020 KIM NORTH Times Leader Sports Writer   SHADYSIDE — It may have been pouring cats and dogs outside Shadyside High School Friday night, but it was raining threes inside the Tigers Den for the second night in a row. Twenty-four hours after the Lady Tigers established a school-record with 17 three-point goals,

Bonus bombs propel Shadyside

SHADYSIDE — When a team has its shooting eye zeroed in there isn’t much a coach can do but watch. That’s what Bridgeport’s Greg Harkness did Thursday night. However, it was Shadyside that he was watching put on the clinic from behind the bonus arc. The homestanding Tigers (14-5) knocked down a season-high 17 three-point

Linsly Stymies Shadyside

WHEELING — Quite often winning a game simply boils down to doing the little things. As it pertains to basketball, free throws, defense and turnovers are some of the aspects on the list. It just so happened Linsly did all three extremely well Tuesday evening inside the Stifel Fieldhouse and it resulted in a 58-52

Shadyside cruises past River

JAN 21, 2020 SETH STASKEY Times Leader Sports Editor SHADYSIDE — Often times, getting back on the court or field quickly, is the best cure for a team’s ailments. Such was the case for Shadyside on Monday evening. Just 48 hours removed from falling at Martins Ferry and scoring a dismal 33 points, the Tigers

Shadyside boys avenge earlier loss at Ferry

MARTINS FERRY — After watching Logan Smith record a 3-point play to end the first half Saturday night and almost getting one to begin the second, Ed Andes had seen enough. “I was just reassuring the guys to not let them in the lane,” said Andes, Shadyside’s veteran head coach on why he called a