• An assistant coach with the Garden Spot girls soccer team for the past two seasons, Andrew Stoltzfus, 29, has been hired as the new head coach for the Manheim Central girls, replacing John Shetromph.
    Stoltzfus named MC girls soccer coach

    From a distance, Andrew Stoltzfus has always held the Manheim Central girls soccer program in high regard. A varsity assistant coach at Garden Spot for the past two years, he looked forward to the times when the...

    • Posted June 21, 2017
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  • Eric Garner, a 2017 Warwick grad, recently signed his National Letter of Intent with the University of Nebraska, where he will continue his athletic and track and field careers
    Garner signs with Nebraska

    Over the past couple years, the University of Nebraska men’s track and field team has tasted a lot of success at the Big 10 Championships. After winning the title in 2016, the Huskers took third at the...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Odd Fellows club Cocalico for third-straight win

    Pitcher Adam Kurtz was slated to go three or four innings for the Lititz Odd Fellows on Monday night. Having not played in the spring and still building his arm strength, the right-handed hurler wasn’t quite ready...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Schaffer honored at Belmont Abbey College

    Gavin Schaffer’s nickname at Belmont Abbey College is a fitting one. The 2014 Warwick is known on the Belmont, N.C. campus as “The Ambassador.” A personable, community-minded individual during his days as a Warrior, nothing has changed...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Manheim Central’s Isaac Shenk (28) and Mason Nissley (far right) team up to deny Holy Redeemer hitter Ben Rachilla at the net last Saturday. Photo by Matt Libhart
    Four-time reigning PIAA champ Northeastern outlasts the Barons in State semi-finals

    Manheim Central boys volleyball coach Craig Dietrich was simply exhausted. So too were his players. How could they not be? Facing four-time reigning PIAA State Double-A champion Northeastern on Tuesday night, the Barons rallied from deficits of...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • After taking a throw from catcher Ryan Aukamp, Warwick pitcher Dagen Young (left) tags out Penn Manor base runner Brett Beiler trying to score from third base on a wild pitch last Thursday. Photos by Preston Whitcraft
    Warriors’ season ends with 1-0 loss to Taylor, Comets

    Mifflin beats Warwick 4-2 in District semi-finals Jeff Taylor was looking for a pitch to drive. The Penn Manor senior was hitting under .200 entering last Thursday’s game against Warwick, so he was just happy for the...

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    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • Will Mobley and Rylee Derr were named as the Dr. Joseph Grosh Scholarship Award winners on Monday night at the Warwick Senior Athlete Recognition and Awards Dessert Social. Photo by Bruce Morgan
    Mobley, Derr win Grosh Awards

    Warwick senior student-athletes Rylee Derr and Will Mobley have a lot of things in common. Both have a tremendous work ethic. They are highly respected by their teammates. And the two of them excelled anywhere needed by...

    • Posted June 7, 2017
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  • Trinity Bitting-Ellis
    Garner, Bitting-Ellis claim State medals

    The start to the State Triple-A boys javelin was a good one for Eric Garner. Under overcast skies and a light drizzle, the Warwick junior uncorked an opening throw of 194-4 last Saturday at Shippensburg University. “I...

    • Posted May 31, 2017
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    South All-Star team QB Tyler Trimarchi, of Warwick, rolls out to his left while being chased by North All-Star defensive end Gunnar Royer, of Manheim Central, during last Saturday’s game in Manheim. Photo by Dwight Palm
    Back to back: North earns second straight win in Tri-County All-Star game

    Last fall, Mannheim Central quarterback Kody Kegarise and his teammates had a common mission. “I said to the guys, ‘The main goal is to end the season on a win,’” Kegarise recalled, “and the only way you...

    • Posted May 31, 2017
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  • With one out in the top of the seventh at Elizabethtown on Monday, the Barons’ Bryce Eberly (right) celebrates as he scores the tying run on a single by pitcher Taylor Rohrer. Photo by Mike Shull
    Comeback kids: Barons rally off of E-town’s Stoner for District playoff win

    Manheim Central ace Taylor Rohrer is known for making an impact with his left arm. On Monday night, the Baron junior also did it with his bat. Rohrer’s RBI single in the top of the seventh inning...

    • Posted May 24, 2017
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