• Warwick’s Tanner Armstrong (24) goes to work inside the paint against Elizabethtown’s Carly Sedun during Tuesday night’s game. Also pictured for the Lady Warriors is Haley Delgiacco (33). Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Elizabethtown holds off the Lady Warriors, 43-29

    Scoreboard watching has begun for the Warwick girls basketball team. As they battle Ephrata for the second and final L-L League playoff berth in the Section Two standings, the Lady Warriors know that each game is important...

    • Posted January 23, 2019
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  • Gordy Cowher, who compiled a 23-11-2 record in two seasons as the Warwick boys head soccer coach, has stepped down. Lititz Record file photo
    Cowher steps down as Warriors’ coach

    In mid-February, Gordy Cowher will be headed south for a nice getaway with his wife, Anne. Their destination? New Orleans, home to the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, and the Garden District. “We’ve never taken a trip during...

    • Posted January 23, 2019
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  • Manheim Central senior Josiah Lutz battles Garden Spot’s Mason Casey in the 113-pound bout during last Thursday’s Section Two match in Manheim. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    L-S edges the Barons in battle of co-Section leaders

    Manheim Central’s wrestlers were chasing more than just a victory Monday night. The Barons were also going for a third straight Section Two championship. And when Austin Sauder pinned Dylan Reading in 1:26 in the 160-pound match,...

    • Posted January 23, 2019
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  • Warwick senior Isaac Erickson focuses as he releases the ball. He rolled an impressive 821 series in Monday’s match against CV. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Erickson Reaches rare air

    Bowls 821 series against CV   Whether he’s bowling a 300 or having an off-day, Isaac Erickson’s emotions don’t change. “He controls himself so well,” Warwick coach Neal Vital said. On Monday, the Warrior senior had every...

    • Posted January 16, 2019
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  • Manheim Central freshman Rachel Nolt (right) battles for position against Garden Spot’s Megan Fisher during last Thursday night’s Section Three game. Photo by Alan Johnson
    Michael scores 18 to help MC girls beat Garden Spot

    Lady Barons then suffer loss to Solanco A troubling trend has followed the Manheim Central girls basketball team this season. In nine of their first 11 games, the young Lady Barons were behind at the end of...

    • Posted January 16, 2019
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  • Sophomore point guard Joey McCracken passes the ball off to a teammate during Warwick’s win. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Warriors clinch L-L playoff berth with win over Lebanon

    Leading by 12 points at the half, Warwick was in the driver’s seat against Lebanon Tuesday night. But part of coach Chris Christensen’s message to his players at the break was to not let off the pedal....

    • Posted January 16, 2019
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  • Warwick sophomore forward Elise Balmer (right) looks to deny Ephrata’s Carly Holochuck on a drive to the basket during second-half action in Tuesday night’s game. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Ephrata girls hold on to beat Warwick, 38-37

    The Ephrata girls can’t change the fact that they’ve had a tough start out of the blocks. Truth is, the Lady Mounts won just one of their first four league games. And it didn’t figure to get...

    • Posted January 9, 2019
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  • Warwick senior guard Colby Martin (3) soars past Ephrata’s Xavian Rodriguez and scores on a layup for two of his 13 points in the Warriors’ win Tuesday night. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Balanced attack leads Warwick past Ephrata

    Leading 33-13 at the half Tuesday in Ephrata, Warwick’s boys appeared as though they’d have an easy rest of the night and coast to their sixth-straight league win. But the Mounts, looking for their first Section Two...

    • Posted January 9, 2019
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  • Manheim Central senior forward Evan Hosler (20) shoots over Lampeter-Strasburg’s Pat Holmes (35) during last Friday’s game. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Late surge lifts L-S to win over the Barons

    The Manheim Central boys’ game plan was working just like they hoped last Friday night. Although the Barons were trailing by seven, 23-16, against first-place Lampeter-Strasburg at the half, they were controlling the tempo of the game....

    • Posted January 9, 2019
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  • NBC Sports producer brings hometown feel to the Windy City

    “Sports TV is 24/7. It’s fast moving,” said Sarah Lauch, NBC Sports Chicago executive producer of original content. An 18-year veteran of NBC Sports/Comcast Sports, Lauch is also a 1994 Manheim Central grad and a 1998 graduate...

    • Posted January 9, 2019
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