All posts by lititzrecord

  • Births Reported – April 10

    CONNER, Alicia, and Johnathan Wharton, Narvon, a daughter, at Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center, April 3. GLICK, John R. and Mary E. (Fisher), Peach Bottom, a daughter, at Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center, April 1....

    • Posted April 9, 2014
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  • Barons unable to recover from early deficit

    Northern Lebanon’s Ian Whitman pitched with a big lead for most of Tuesday’s Section Three baseball game against Manheim Central. The Vikings’ hurler made good use of it, never allowing the Barons to get back into the...

    • Posted April 9, 2014
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  • wsoftball
    Pioneers drop the Lady Barons

    With Courtney Martin pitching for Lampeter-Strasburg, the Manheim Central girls couldn’t afford to spot their Section Three rival a big lead on Tuesday night. Unfortunately for the young Lady Barons, though, that’s what happened. L-S put four...

    • Posted April 9, 2014
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  • wlax410
    WHS girls pull away from L-S in second half

    Despite outplaying Lampeter-Strasburg most of the way last Saturday, the Warwick girls lacrosse team couldn’t seem to shake them at the half. Eventually, they did. Led by Marleise Emrhein’s game-high four tallies, the Lady Warriors (1-4 L-L,...

    • Posted April 9, 2014
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  • Classic performance: Warriors reach tourney finals, finish 2nd

    by Bruce Morgan The Warwick boys volleyball team had come such a long way on Saturday in their annual Classic. Going 9-1 in their pool to clinch a No. 1 seed heading to the playoffs, the Warriors...

    • Posted April 9, 2014
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  • lax410
    Mounts escape Warwick, retain Ream Cup

    Even after Ephrata snapped an 11-11 tie on Koty Keefer’s goal with just 2:22 remaining last Friday night, the Warwick boys lacrosse team didn’t panic. Why should they have? Led by Kobi Biemesderfer’s four goals and Shane...

    • Posted April 9, 2014
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  • Andrew Wenger, Warwick class of 2009, is happy to be home. Photo by Matthew Libhart
    Union-izing

    Nearly two weeks ago, Andrew Wenger left the field at Philadelphia’s PPL Park hearing nasty words from Union fans after getting a red card as a member of the Montreal Impact. Funny how things change. Now the...

    • Posted April 9, 2014
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  • Covered in Chocolate Trifle
    chocolate-trifle

    Covered in Chocolate Trifle submitted by Intermezzo by Stephanie Original recipe makes approx 12-15 servings Most of the items can be substituted with fat free or sugar free and will not diminish the flavor  1 (19.8 ounce)...

    • Posted April 8, 2014
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  • Spring means baseball for many sports fans. This is the first Lititz High School Baseball team, named the Pretzels. (Front row, left to right) Charles Kling, shortstop; “Peanut” Stauffer, outfield; Homer Hackman, pitcher; Livingston “Livi” Imboden, second base; Luther Ruhl, third base; (second row, l-r) Luther Mearig, outfield and manager; Joseph Grosh, outfield; Raymond Reedy, first base; Owen Hershey, coach; John Coldren, outfield; Newton Hershey, outfield; Howard Hackman, catcher and captain. Lititz as a community has had a long baseball tradition, with town teams predating this high school team, and an industrial league with teams from the chocolate company, the “trappy” and other factories of the era. This week in 1914, Wilson Sheneberger was preparing the Lititz nine for opening day against F&M.
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    1954: Smokey the fire dog dies

    Served as Lititz’s mascot for 14 years Click to see slideshow 10 Years Ago Thursday’s Record Express April 1, 2004 • Celebrating Bonfield – There had never been an official ceremony for the namesake of John R....

    • Posted April 3, 2014
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