The 2024 Warren Youth Climbing League Champion Allegheny Outfitters. Photo submitted.

Allegheny Outfitters Wins 2024 Warren Youth Climbing League Championship

May 13, 2024

WARREN, Pa. – Allegheny Outfitters racked up more than 7,400 points during the Warren Youth Climbing League championships to win the 2024 league title at Goat Fort on May 6, 2024.

Led by Eloise Harrington, Razzlin Pratz, Elsie Woldt, and Neola Harrington who scored 897, 1,082, 1,180, and 1,310 respectively, Allegheny Outfitters scored 7,461 points for the evening and finished the season with a combined score of 13,756.

In addition to the team title, several individual athletes were recognized for their achievements. First-year climber, Averi Ash, was the league’s most improved climber; Pratz was the rookie of the year; and Lily White was the league MVP.

The 2024 Warren Youth Climbing League’s Most Improved Climber, Averi Ash. Photo submitted.
Razzlin Pratz was the 2024 Warren Youth Climbing League’s Rookie of the Year. Photo submitted.
The 2024 Warren Youth Climbing League MVP Lily White. Photo submitted.

All five teams were vying for the season title.

Slick Text capped a strong season with an excellent Finals. They were able to secure a second place finish with 6,642 during the Finals and a combined season score of 12,068. Led by Scarlett Wymer, Riley Littlefield, Alivia Glotz, and Lane Morrison who scored 715, 736, 1,180, and 1,310 respectively.

Team Kinzua Vet Clinic took full advantage of the Finals, scoring 6,220 and finishing with a combined season score of 11,251 just edging out Whirley for third place. Joseph VerMilyea, Even Wellner, Marshall Harrington, Coleman Miller, and Chase Long all had strong performances scoring 705, 755, 976, 998, and 1310 respectively.

In fourth was team Whirley with 6,345 during Finals and a combined season score of 11,231. They were led by Avery Woldt, Connor Ash, Nina Woldt, and Owen Ash who scored 721, 878, 962, and 1,202 respectively.

The Bent Run team climbed well, led by the likes of Ruth Sienkiewicz, Gabriella Bango, Bella Smith, and Lily White who scored 631, 689, 773, and 1,450 respectively. They tallied 5,409 during the Finals, with a combined season score of 10,649 landing them in fifth place overall.

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