• Warwick’s Chris Borg (14) gets behind Hempfield defensive back Andrew Green and stretches to bring down a pass from Tyler Trimarchi
    Washington, Knights cruise past Warwick

    Warwick knew that one of their keys against Hempfield was limiting the Black Knights’ big-play strikes. But saying it was a lot easier than doing it. The Warriors learned that first-hand last Friday night. Led by its...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • Warwick senior Amanda Graber runs to a 26th-place finish in 20:24 at the District Championships last Wednesday.
    Graber advances to States

    Warwick’s Amanda Graber and McCaskey’s Martha Boben had a friendly rivalry at the end of the District Three Triple-A Girls Cross Country Championship Meet last Wednesday, Oct. 22. With the finish line in sight at Hershey’s Parkview...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • Warwick’s Natalie Weaver (23) prepares to spike the ball over a Chambersburg
blocker as teammate Alexa Mohler looks on last Saturday
    Knights survive early scare, top Warwick in Districts

    The Warwick girls volleyball team nearly did what only one other team has done against Hempfield this season. That is, win a set. The Lady Warriors had their chances in the opener, leading 21-15, 22-17 and then...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • Warwick senior David Lucas gave a verbal commitment last week to continue his track and field career at Penn State University.
    Lucas commits to PSU

    David Lucas had a whirlwind September. To say the least. Of the four weekends which fell on the calendar that month, along with one in October, Warwick’s senior track and field star spent all of them on...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • With the Barons trailing by a touchdown with 9:30 left in the game, Barons’ kicker Derek Adams (4) has his field goal attempt blocked by Garden Spot’s Daryl Hartman (5).
    Martin throws 3 TD passes in Garden Spot’s win over Central

    Barons commit five costly turnovers In Manheim Central’s losses this season, there has been a common issue in all of them. Turnovers. Hempfield capitalized on a 90-yard fumble return for a TD in its 22-14 victory in...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • With a full head of steam, Manheim Central’s Kayla Herr (18) literally
takes the ball off the foot of a Bubblers’ player and scores the only goal of the District Three quarter-final game.
    Conrad Weiser edges MC in District semi-finals

    As a team, the Manheim Central girls soccer team didn’t play one of its best games on Monday night. Still, their game against Conrad Weiser was just inches from being a different outcome. Senior midfielder Jenna West...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • Warwick senior midfielder Jamie Martin battles a Lower Dauphin
player for the ball during first-half action in last Saturday’s District quarterfinals.
    Warwick’s season ends with 4-0 District loss to LD

    Even though things looked a bit grim for Warwick at halftime last Saturday, trailing top-seeded Lower Dauphin 2-0, all was not lost. The Lady Warriors’ hope was that they could get on the scoreboard, create some energy...

    • Posted October 29, 2014
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  • Hempfield shuts out MC 1-0 in L-L semi-finals

    Manheim Central field hockey coach Lisa McCoy gave credit where credit was due. Facing pesky defensive pressure from Section One runner-up Hempfield, the MC girls mustered only four shots at Lady Knight keeper Hollyn Barr. Hempfield didn’t...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • Warwick junior forward Delaney Ryan (right) battles a Donegal player for the ball in last Saturday’s L-L quarter-final round game at Elizabethtown.
    Second-half goals lift PM over Warwick in L-L semi-finals

    For about 48 minutes on Tuesday, Warwick played even – or better – against Penn Manor. It was that other 12 minutes that the Lady Warriors would like to have back. PM’s Madison Warfel and Bri Kline...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • Freshman Kayla Herr (right) scored in both the L-L quarter-finals and semi-finals while helping the Manheim Central girls advance to their first-ever L-L championship game.
    One win from L-L League gold

    MC girls reach first-ever final Until last Saturday, the Manheim Central girls soccer team had never advanced as far as the Lancaster-Lebanon League playoff semi-finals. They achieved that feat with a 1-0 win over Lancaster Mennonite in...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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