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    Warwick, Manheim Central square off

    ‘It doesn’t get any better than this’ Warwick, Manheim Central set to square off on opening night As Bill Dussinger, the long-time voice of Warwick football, has been known to say, “It doesn’t get any better than...

    • Posted September 2, 2015
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    Veteran Lady Warriors seek playoff run

        Chrissy Casella has just one wish for her Warwick girls soccer team. “Our freshmen through our seniors, none of them have ever made it to the post-season and it breaks my heart because they’re such...

    • Posted August 26, 2015
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    Super six: Warwick Athletic Hall opens its doors for second class

    All these years later, Bob Wolfe wasn’t sure how many folks in Lititz still remembered his era. It’s been more than five decades since the former four-sport star played a leading role in the Warwick football team...

    • Posted August 12, 2015
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  • Warwick announces 2015 Athletic Hall of Fame Class

    In less than a month, six new inductees will go into the Warwick Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held on Sept. 4 when the Warrior football team hosts back-yard rival Manheim Central in their...

    • Posted August 7, 2015
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  • The Warwick girls volleyball foursome of Jensen Burnheimer, Jayna Class, Kristin Sellers and Suzanna Whiting placed second in the 18U girls quad division at the Susquehanna Smash.
    Annual Susquehanna Smash Volleyball Tourney continues to thrive at new site

    A couple of years ago, there were discussions of taking the Susquehanna Smash Grass Volleyball Tournament to a different venue. Namely, PA Classics Soccer Park in Manheim. It wasn’t the right time, however. But at the completion...

    • Posted August 5, 2015
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  • Manheim Central soon-to-be eighth-grader Haydn Shreiner finished 5-0 in the 120-pound School Boy division to win Key¬stone gold.
    Shreiner wins KSG gold in wrestling

    For Haydn Shreiner, the best defense is a good offense. And the soon-to-be Manheim Central eighth-grader was certainly on the offensive a lot last weekend at the Keystone State Games, outscoring his five opponents by a combined...

    • Posted August 5, 2015
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  • After seeing his professional playing career cut short by injuries, Lititz 24-year-old Tyler Hostetter has joined the coaching ranks as an assistant coach with the Philadelphia Revolution Junior A club.
    Hostetter joins Flyers’ legend behind the bench

    If Tyler Hostetter had his druthers, he’d still be playing hockey. The Lititz native signed an NHL entry level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers in 2009 and went on to play three pro seasons from 2011-14. That...

    • Posted August 5, 2015
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  • After fielding a ground ball up the middle, Manheim VFW shortstop Hunter Bruckhart (left) feeds an underhand toss to teammate Taylor Lyons (21) to complete a fifth inning force-out at second base. (Photo by Mike Shull)
     Manheim VFW bows to GS in LNP quarters

      Taylor Rohrer did his job. The Manheim VFW lefty delivered a nasty 3-1 slider to Garden Spot’s Connor Finkey in a crucial sixth-inning situation last Thursday. “Taylor threw the perfect pitch and the kid (Finkey) caught...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • Approximately 100 colleges coaches attended boys and girls exhibition games last Friday night in the Lititz Summer Showcase. (Photo by Stan Hall)
     Making their (Show)case

        To see Rothsville’s Forney Field abuzz with activity during the weekend is not unusual. Many times, however, it’s the Lancaster Polo Club which is entertaining the onlookers. There was no shortage of entertainment last Friday...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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  • Lititz’s Reed Martin, who earned the win in the LNP Midget Tournament championship game last Sunday with 3 1/3 innings of scoreless relief, gets mobbed by his teammates, including Evan Clark (6), Stephen Poliski (35), and Justin Byler (19). (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     One for the thumb

    Lititz’s Reed Martin knew to be prepared. If starting pitcher Justin Byler ran into trouble against Cocalico on Sunday night, he was the guy. “It wasn’t just out of the blue,” Martin said. “I warmed up a...

    • Posted July 29, 2015
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