Shadyside Girls 7th Grade Basketball

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Athletic Department To Conduct Impact Testing

Shadyside High School, in conjunction with Wheeling Hospital will conduct baseline concussion impact testing on Friday July 14, starting at 10:00 am. This is for all students in grades 7, 9, and 11 only who will be participating in athletics for the 2017-2018 school year. This is not mandatory but highly recommended. 11th graders should

Eniex and Hendershot Lead LT’s To Win at Bridgeport

Jonna Eniex and Layne Hendershot split 24 points evenly on Monday night to lead the Lady Tigers to a 50-38 win over Bridgeport at the John J. Havlicek gymnasium. The Tigers came  out firing on all cylinders in the first quarter and found themselves leading 21-7 at the end of the 1st quarter. “It felt


Coach Serge Gentile could not have asked for a better start with his young Lady Tiger team.  The rookie head coach has his hoops team firing on all cylinders and sitting atop the OVAC Class 2A standings. On Monday night, the Lady Tigers squeaked by Bishop Donahue by a score of 58-55 to move their

Tiger Alum Gentile Named As Lady Tigers New Head Coach

After a somewhat tumultuous 15/16 season, the Lady Tigers basketball team will be under new management and he’s no stranger to the Tiger hardwood. Former Tiger basketball great, Serge Gentile returns home to take over the reigns of the Lady Tigers basketball program beginning next season.  In a 5-0 vote, the Shadyside Board of Education

Girls Roll Over Caldwell as Gibson Takes Over Interim Coaching Duties

Laken Gibson stepped in as the Lady Tigers interim head coach on Thursday night and promptly guided the LT’s to 51-32 victory inside the Tiger’s gymnasium. Jonna Eniex led all scorers with 21 points while teammate Jaycee Mayeres popped the nets for 13. The win nudged the LT’s record to 7-6 on the season. They currently

LT’s Suffer Home Setback At The Hands of Bridgeport

When you’re a young basketball team, you’re going to experience growing pains.  The LT’s experienced some of those pains on Monday night against Division I signee Caitlyn Kroll and her Bridgeport Bulldog teammates. The Tigers, who dropped to 4-4 on the season, tried every thing they could do to shut down Kroll but the senior carried

Lady Tigers Fall At Frontier

The Lady Tigers took a trip to New Matamoras on Monday evening only to find the hosts a little less than hospitable.  An experienced Frontier team got the best of the of the Tigers as the Lady Cougars won 65-46 in their home opener.  Freshman Jaycee Mayeres kept her hot shooting hand and led the

Lady Tigers Open Season In Impressive Fashion

Experience in a lineup certainly helps.  However, when you mix in a few rookies with talent into a lineup, the talent certainly helps the experience. Such was the case Saturday night when the Lady Tigers opened the season with a beat down of Martins Ferry by the score 54-38. Lady Tiger fans certainly have a lot to