Fairview Boys and VIlla Girls Pitch Shut Outs
Pitt Sophomore Running Back Named Conference Back of the Week
The SeaWolves ended the 2014 season with a 4-2 win over the Akron RubberDucks on Monday afternoon at Canal Park. With the win, the ‘Wolves finished the season at the .500 at 71-71.
Tom Lawless graduated from Strong Vincent in 1974
The SeaWolves MVP got the call to the bigs on Sunday evening.
Week One of the high school football season wrapped up on Saturday night.
Steven Moya now owns the club's single-season homerun record.
Dylan Strome scored three goals and added an assist in the win.
Penn State wins in Ireland
Area scores from Week One of HS Football
Baysox End SeaWolves Season; Moya Named MVP
Maplewood and Lakeview Football
Union City and Youngsville Football Previews
Connor McDavid and the Otters have high expectations in 2014.
Erie couldn't maintain a lead on Wednesday night.
Moya Hit on Knee in the Loss
BayHawks Name Ex-Buck Assistant as New Coach
Iroquois and Eisenhower Football Previews
Former Bucks Assistant Takes over Erie D-League Team
Erie Scores 10 Unanswered Runs to Win
Cochranton and Cambridge Springs Previews
Football Game to Donate to Regional Cancer Center
Lisa Goddard McGuirk Named New AD
The SeaWolves salvaged the final game of the series on Sunday afternoon, taking down the Reading Fightin Phils 5-3 at First Energy Stadium.
The Rockets return key starters in Tom Hancock's second season as head coach.
The Panthers have won just one game in the past two seasons and are using that to fuel them in 2014.
The Dragons look to build on a stellar 2013.
The Beavers are working with their third head coach in as many seasons.
Fort LeBoeuf and Mercyhurst Prep get previewed on this week's edition of Friday Night Lights.
Seneca and North East Football Previews
Otters to Face Niagara at First Niagara Center
High School Football Previews- Harbor Creek and Fairview
Moya Homers in the Loss
The SeaWolves bounced back on Tuesday night as they took down the Binghamton Mets 7-0 at Jerry Uht Park.
The Wildcats look continue improving under D.J. Hough.
The YellowJackets look to build on an historic 2013 season.
The Binghamton Mets snapped the SeaWolves three-game winning streak on Monday night at Jerry Uht Park, 11-4, in front of a season-best crowd of 6,091.
The Oilers lost a lot of talent, but look to re-load.
The Knights look to bounce back in Tom Haynes' second season.
New SeaWolves catcher Drew Longley came through in his Erie debut, driving in a game-winning two-RBI triple late in Sunday's game.
The Eagles enter Region 5 after two seasons in Region 1.
Ray Collins takes over as head coach of the Bulldogs football program.
For the second straight night, the Erie SeaWolves walked off in style as they prevailed 7-4 over the Altoona Curve at Jerry Uht Park.
Central Tech looks to build after three straight three-win seasons.
After an 0-10 season, Leonard Ford's young team has nowhere to go but up.
Colonels Expect to Surprise People
SeaWolves Win in Extras and More
Westlake Homers in the Loss
Ramblers Have Won 28 of Last 29 Games
Lancers to Play up to AAAA