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    Barons deck the Cards in State semis

    The drive home from Altoona’s Mansion Park last December was a long one for Manheim Central’s football team. A tight, down-to-the-wire 31-28 loss to Gateway was all that separated the Barons from advancing to the PIAA State...

    • Posted December 5, 2018
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  • Bollinger, Hosler claim All-State recognition

    Senior Codi Bollinger and junior Lexi Hosler were presented with the challenge of playing new positions for Manheim Central this fall. But neither missed a beat. In fact, they thrived in their roles. Bollinger tied Lily Sipel...

    • Posted December 5, 2018
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  • Members of the Lititz Christian School girls volleyball team pose with their District Three Single-A championship medals and trophy. Pictured are (front row, left to right) Moriah Kreiser, Moe Tsuyuki, and Maggie Gelgot; (back, l-r) co-head coach Denise Kennedy, Amy Zhou, Ai Yokoyama, Evie Cadwalader, Nicole Schlegel, Kierra Flahive Kyiah Flahive, Nichole Stanley, and co-head coach Ross McCracken.
    Lititz Christian claims first-ever District crown

    The third time was the charm for the Lititz Christian School girls volleyball team. After coming up short in their first two trips to the District 3 Single-A Championships in 2014-15, the Lady Eagles got another shot...

    • Posted November 28, 2018
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  • Manheim Central’s Evan Hosler (2), Tyler Flick 24), and their teammates celebrate with the District Three 5A championship trophy after defeating Cocalico 48-14 last Friday night. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Barons go back-to-back

    Manheim Central repeats as District Three champ with 48-14 win over Cocalico   There was nothing fancy about the play call. But it was certainly effective. And when Manheim Central QB Evan Simon connected with junior wide...

    • Posted November 28, 2018
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  • Senior Maddie Carper (right) became Manheim Central’s third girls soccer player ever to receive All-State honor
    Carper named All-State

    Up until this year, only two Manheim Central girls’ soccer players have ever earned All-State honors. You can now make it three. When the Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association released its 2018 Female All-State Team early this week,...

    • Posted November 28, 2018
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    Jeanes returns for 2nd stint as WHS girls lax coach

    When Sarah Miller stepped down as the Warwick girls lacrosse coach after last season, Eric Jeanes gave some thought to applying for the position. Initially, however, he held off. “I just didn’t think I could make it...

    • Posted November 28, 2018
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  • Warwick grad Will Mobley, a redshirt freshman for the Temple University football team, kicks a 36-yard field goal as USF sophomore Mike Hampton attacks off the edge in last Saturday’s game in Philadelphia. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Good Will

    Mobley plays key role in Owls’ 27-17 win over USF   Will Mobley is described by Temple University football coach Geoff Collins as being “calm, cool and collected.” Told of that remark a short time later outside...

    • Posted November 20, 2018
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  • Manheim Central junior Colby Wagner (left) gets behind Cedar Cliff’s Bobby Whalen and hauls in a TD pass from quarterback Evan Simon in last Saturday’s District playoff game. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Eyes on a repeat

    Barons top Cedar Cliff 42-20 to advance to District finals Manheim Central coach Dave Hahn included two words on his play script for last Saturday’s game. They were simply, “Be aggressive.” “I believe in (our players),” the...

    • Posted November 20, 2018
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  • Warwick running back Bishop Villarreal (12), who rushed for a game-high 123 yards and two scores last Sunday, pulls away from Hempfield defender Julian Morales on a 76-yard TD in the second half. Photo by Matthew Libhart
    Warriors advance to Red Rose finals

    As hard as Warwick coach Dan Smith tried last year, he couldn’t convince Bishop Villarreal to carry the ball. “He absolutely wouldn’t do it,” Smith said. “He wanted to play offensive line.” When the Warriors re-convened in...

    • Posted November 14, 2018
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  • Warwick junior Justin Gerhart (left), who returned two kickoffs for a combined 103 yards in last Friday night’s game, tries to cut past Cedar Cliff defender Dre Dorsey (1). Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Warriors fall in District quarterfinals

    Glass suffers first-half injury in loss to Cedar Cliff In Trey Glass, Warwick’s offense has a threat to score every time he touches the ball. Through the Warriors’ first 11 games, in fact, the junior wideout accounted...

    • Posted November 14, 2018
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