• Kristin Harris (Peifer), left, shown here with Warwick teammate Amanda Eckert, hoisted the PIAA championship trophy with the Lady Warriors’ field hockey team in back-to-back seasons in 1999 and 2000.
    Warwick Hall welcomes seven

    The Warwick Athletic Hall of Fame’s enrollment has grown by seven. With the recent selection of the 2016 Class, there are now 22 members in the Hall, which was created three years ago. Induction ceremonies for Warwick’s...

    • Posted August 24, 2016
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  • Warwick grads (left to right) Tyler Melhorn, Tommy Garner, Austin Maguire and Adam Wagaman are hoping to help lead the Lebanon Valley College football team to the post-season for the first time since 2013.
    Warwick teammates reunited at Lebanon Valley

    Ever since their days on the Midget football field, Warwick grads Austin Maguire, Tyler Melhorn and Adam Wagaman have been teammates. Dating back to their time playing with the Warriors, Maguire and Tommy Garner always worked out...

    • Posted August 24, 2016
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  • Manheim Central seniors (left to right) Elliot Martin, Nick Brown, and Kody Kegarise, will be key leaders for the Barons this fall. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Barons optimistic for another run

    Pre-season football camp this summer for senior Kody Kegarise has been a whole lot different than it was a year ago. Manheim Central’s second-year starting QB just feels more at home. And that could be scary news...

    • Posted August 17, 2016
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  • Warwick’s football team was represented by a Tyler trifecta — (left to right) Borg, Trimarchi, and Gerhart — at the L-L League’s Media Day last Friday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Returning experience fuels the Warriors

    Tyler Gerhart likes what he sees so far with this year’s Warwick football team. The Warriors’ senior linebacker, who led the 2015 squad in tackles, is encouraged with the chemistry developing among the players. “I feel like...

    • Posted August 17, 2016
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  • In the shadow of a 15-foot inflatable Spalding King of the Beach ball, Pat Cronshaw spikes the ball over the net as his partner Eric McGuiney looks on during the 8th annual Susquehanna Smash volleyball tournament last weekend. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Smash comes up aces

      In grass volleyball tournaments on the east coast, the Pottstown Rumble sets the bar. Let’s face it, with 1,600 teams and 330 nets in play, that’s pretty tough to beat. But the Susquehanna Smash is gaining...

    • Posted August 10, 2016
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  • Ephrata grad Brandon Miller’s (right) first manager in professional ball is Manheim Central product Rob Mummau (left), skipper for the Short-Season Single-A Everett Aquasox in the Northwest League.
     Small world for Mummau, Miller

      L-L products help propel Everett Aquasox in playoff race As Ephrata’s Brandon Miller was preparing for this year’s Major League Baseball draft, he sought out several people to get an idea of what to expect. One of...

    • Posted August 10, 2016
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  • After recording the final out in last Wednesday’s victory over Lititz in the LNP Midget Tournament finals, Manheim VFW winning pitcher Drew Mummau and catcher Garrett Bruckwart are swarmed by their teammates. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Manheim is golden

    Team chemistry helps Lions top Lititz for LNP crown Jake Novak’s impact on Manheim Central athletics can’t be overstated. The Barons’ rising junior is a three-sport star in football (wide receiver), basketball (point guard) and baseball (center...

    • Posted August 10, 2016
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  • Warwick sophomore-to-be Kathryn Pelensky follows through on a shot from the fairway in the Lancaster County Junior Golf Tour this summer
    Pelensky claims Division title in LCJGT

    Admittedly, Kathryn Pelensky wasn’t expecting much heading into this summer’s Lancaster County Junior Golf Tour. After all, the rising Warwick sophomore hadn’t been practicing her game all that much. “It was going to be my last year...

    • Posted August 3, 2016
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  • Former Penn Manor assistant Neal Vital was named as Warwick’s new bowling coach at the July school board meeting.
    Neal Vital named new coach for WHS bowlers

    Over the years, Neal Vital has compiled quite the bowling resume. Twenty-five perfect games. Back-to-back 300 games en route to an impressive personal-high series of 837. Assistant coach for the PA State champion Penn Manor bowlers last...

    • Posted August 3, 2016
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  • Members of Ellie Kreider’s family and officers of the Warwick Travel Baseball Association pose with a memorial which was dedicated to Kreider at the Warwick Township’s Midget-Midget field on June 29. Shown here are (front row, left to right) Michael Kreider, Eric Rehm and WTBA officers Eric Martin and Jamie Weachter; (back, l-r) Jeremy Rehm, WTBA president Todd Shertzer, Sandy and Gary Rehm, and WTBA officers Dana Clark and Matt Burr.
    Local legend honored by WTBA with memorial

    In the same spot where Elwood “Ellie” Kreider watched so many youth baseball games now stands a permanent memorial. Just behind the backstop at the Warwick Township building’s Midget-Midget field, officers in the Warwick Travel Baseball Association...

    • Posted July 28, 2016
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