• Warwick nose guard Caleb Goss (left) and defensive back Nick Fucci (right) drag down McCaskey running back Donovan Trowery in the Warriors’ 49-0 win last Friday night. Photo by Cathy Chapis
    Warriors shut down the Red Tornado

    Owen Campbell and Caleb Goss might not be as big as some of their teammates. Neither stands taller than 5-foot-10. They both look up to a couple of beasts like Nick Coomer and Hayden Rucci to their...

    • Posted September 26, 2018
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  • Warwick senior wide receiver Hilton Michael (5) tucks away one of his three receptions last Friday night and looks to get around Hempfield linebacker Christian Shepperson (50). Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Heaven sent

    Photos by: Kirk Neidermyer/Staff Photographer Remembering teammate’s family loss, Warriors deliver 27-0 win over Hempfield In case any of Warwick’s players needed a reminder of their pre-game talk last Friday, all they had to do was take...

    • Posted September 19, 2018
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  • A former player in the Warwick boys lacrosse program, Chris Schaffer is now taking over as the Warriors’ head coach, replacing Wayne Hummer. Photo by Wendy Dagen
    Schaffer named coach for Warwick boys lacrosse

    Being a head lacrosse coach has been a long-time goal for Chris Schaffer. The 2010 Warwick grad now has his shot. A former Section One First-Team All-Star for the red-and-black, Schaffer is taking over at his alma...

    • Posted September 19, 2018
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  • Warwick senior Kathryn Pelensky follows the flight of her shot after teeing off during a Section Two match this season. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Warriors clinch first Section title since 1990

    When Warwick’s golfers easily won their season-opener by 46 strokes in late August at Par Line, it sent a clear message to the entire team. They expected to claim the Section Two title. “Anything less than that,...

    • Posted September 19, 2018
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  • Manheim Central senior wide receiver Isaac Perron jumps to make a grabin front of Warwick’s Brendan Martin in last Friday’s game. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Barons rally to beat Warwick

    Having jumped out to a first-half lead, Warwick was sensing a streak-buster last Friday night. The Warriors had dropped 22 games in row to back-yard rival Manheim Central going back to 1983, but on this night, there...

    • Posted September 12, 2018
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  • Warwick grad Will Mobley (16), a redshirt freshman on the Temple University football team, lines up to kick one of his three extra points against the University at Buffalo last Saturday. Photo by Zamani Feelings
    Will power: A walk-on for Temple in 2017, Mobley kicks three PATs in debut

    Being an Eagle Scout and all, Will Mobley knows the value of being prepared. And the 2017 Warwick grad was certainly that last Saturday. A redshirt freshman kicker on the Temple University football team, Mobley made his...

    • Posted September 12, 2018
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  • Former Warwick star Craig Wagaman (44), shown firing up a jump shot, grabbed 24 rebounds to help the Warrior boys basketball team defeat Donegal 67-53 at the Farm Show Arena for the Lancaster County title in 1969.
    Five welcomed into Warwick’s Hall

    Induction ceremony for Class of 2018 set for Friday Recalling his track and field career back in the 1960’s, Craig Wagaman could only laugh. “There was nothing there,” said the 1969 Warwick High School grad, who competed...

    • Posted September 12, 2018
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  • Warwick junior wide receiver Justin Gerhart collides with a Garden Spot defensive back and lunges forward for a first down with a 10-yard reception in the Warriors’ 62-0 win last Saturday. Photo by Cathy Chapis
    Warriors improve to 2-0 with 62-0 shutout of Garden Spot

    Nick Fucci and Justin Gerhart will each have a steak dinner awaiting them at season’s end. You see, Warwick assistant Todd Smoker has a deal with the defensive players that in exchange for a pick-six, they get...

    • Posted September 5, 2018
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  • Manheim Central junior Lexi Hosler (20) looks for an open teammate in the midfield as Twin Valley defender Carlie Servis closes ground during Tuesday’s non-league game. Photo by Alan Johnson
    Twin Valley holds off Lady Barons 2-0 in opener

    Certainly, there are things to work on for the Manheim Central field hockey team. But first-year Lady Barons’ coach Morgan Briggs also saw a lot of positives from their 2-0 loss to Twin Valley at Elden Rettew...

    • Posted September 5, 2018
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  • Warwick senior Lillian Marino keeps her eye on the ball as she makes a return volley in a match last week. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Warwick girls showing signs of improvement

    MC starts the season 3-1 The girls tennis season is still young, but Warwick coach Ron Wanner already notices a difference in his players from the opening day of workouts. “They’re getting better,” he said. “You can...

    • Posted August 29, 2018
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