• Colton Book, a rising junior left-hander at Manheim Central, will pitch for Team PA at the Prep Baseball Report (PBR) Future Games in Georgia, which will be held from July 31 to Aug. 3. Lititz Record file photo
    Book selected to compete in PBR Future Games

      It’s been an eventful week for Colton Book. First, the rising Manheim Central junior left-hander tossed a no-hitter for his Keystone State Bombers 17U baseball team last Thursday at the Boston Open. Then, not long after...

    • Posted July 17, 2019
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  • Lititz VFW starting pitcher Josh Zimmerman delivers a pitch against Hempfield Black in last Friday’s game. Photo by Dennis Bicksler
    Lititz VFW sweeps Hempfield, advances to LNP Tournament

        Twice, Hempfield Black went up by two or more runs last Friday in Lititz. Neither time was the lead safe against the Lititz VFW. Bunching their hits and base runners, they showed their resilience and...

    • Posted July 17, 2019
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  • Wagner takes over as Warriors’ new coach

    For Matt Wagner, the rising seniors on Warwick’s boys soccer team is a special group. As eighth-graders, they were the first players Wagner coached in the Warriors’ program.. Since that time, he has grown alongside them. “I’ve...

    • Posted July 17, 2019
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  • Jeff Dietrich takes a selfie with his wife, Gina, and their two daugh-ters, Brenna and Kira
    Dietrich named WHS girls volleyball coach

    For the past nine months, Jeff Dietrich has been deployed in the Middle East. That doesn’t mean, however, that the U.S. Army Reserve officer hasn’t stayed up-to-date with local current events. And with plenty of connections to...

    • Posted July 10, 2019
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  • Warwick sophomore Katelyn Minney batted .462 for the Warriors this spring, leading the team in runs scored (28) and doubles (7).
    Jones, Minney, Treibley receive All-State honors

    Last week, there were even more. Junior third baseman Danielle Jones took home First-Team honors on the PAHSSBCA All-State 6A team, while senior shortstop Marissa Treibley and sophomore outfielder Katelyn Minney received Second-Team accolades. All three were...

    • Posted July 10, 2019
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  • Manheim VFW pitcher Kyle Martin fires a strike against Penn Manor in Monday’s opening-round action. Photos by Kirk Neidermyer
    Manheim ousted from LNP Tournament

        The 12 and under boys from Manheim VFW faced dominant pitching and timely hitting Monday night in the opening round of the 74th LNP Tournament at Kunkle Field in Mount Joy. That formula led the...

    • Posted July 10, 2019
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  • The University of Wisconsin is one of 18 Division-One schools who have made a scholarship offer to Warwick rushing junior lineman Nolan Rucci.
    College search ‘wide open’ for Rucci

      In less than one year’s time, a lot has changed for Warwick rising junior Nolan Rucci. The options for his college future have taken flight. A 6-foot-8, 271-pound lineman for the Warrior football team, Rucci got...

    • Posted July 3, 2019
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  • QT Zoccola swims to a sixth-place finish for the Waverunners in the boys’ 9-10 year-old 25-meter breaststroke last Saturday at the Lititz Springs Invitational. Photos by Travis Boyd
    Waverunners win 18 golds at annual Invitational

    Hocker breaks pool record; Manheim places 6th Kendall Eby, Lydia Hocker, and Ryan Taylor won four gold medals apiece to to lead the Lititz Springs swimmers, who placed first in 18 events overall at their annual Invitational...

    • Posted July 3, 2019
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  • Warwick Phillies’ base runner Jordan Barge slides into second as a Mountville infielder gets the force out during fifth-inning action last Friday in an LNP Qualifying Series game in Lititz. Photo by Matthew Libhart
    Indians overcome Phillies to win LNP Qualifying Series

    The Warwick 12U Phillies had nothing to lose. They got into the LNP Qualifying Series by taking a play-in game from Lampeter-Strasburg. Once there, the Phils found themselves head-to-head against the top-seeded Mountville Indians. “I told the...

    • Posted July 3, 2019
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  • In his seven years as the Warwick baseball team’s head coach, Bob Locker compiled an overall record of 104-51. Counting his years as an assistant coach, Locker spent 21 total years in the program. Lititz Record file photo
    Locker steps down as Warrior baseball coach

    Will continue to lead the football team   It wasn’t a decision that Bob Locker took lightly. Warwick’s two-sport head coach talked with others, trying to pick their brain. The question was, how do you know when...

    • Posted June 19, 2019
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