• As Warwick was clinching the State Triple-A team championship last Saturday, there were lots of emotions at the end of the 4x400 relay, as evidenced with Leah Graybill (left) giving a hug to teammate Jessica Williamson. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    ‘Golden’ State Warriors

    Warwick girls bring home the PIAA championship Warwick seniors Leah Graybill and Emily Williamson couldn’t help but to reminisce a little bit. Back to their freshman year. And back to their first time stepping into Shippensburg University’s...

    • Posted May 29, 2019
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  • Warwick’s Nate Good won the silver medal in the boys high jump after clearing the bar at 6-2 at the L-L League Championship Meet. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Warwick boys secure first L-L League championship

    As the 4×400 boys relay teams were lining up for the second heat last Saturday, Warwick’s Connor Shields jumped on to the track ready to run. One problem. The Warriors were in the third heat. Fortunately, Noah...

    • Posted May 16, 2019
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  • With a jump of 38-0, Warwick’s Juliette Delmotte cap-tured the L-L League’s girls triple jump title last Friday. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Warrior girls score 133 points to claim third straight L-L crown

      No doubt, the Warwick girls track and field athletes got a good night’s rest Saturday. With the amount of competing they did at the Lancaster-Lebanon League Track and Field Championships last weekend, it’s little wonder. “That’s...

    • Posted May 16, 2019
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  • Manheim Central junior QB Evan Simon, who received 13 offers to play in college, made his decision Sunday to continue his career at Rutgers. Lititz Record file photo
    Simon commits to Rutgers

      With a phone call Sunday night, Manheim Central junior QB Evan Simon made his decision official. Rutgers University was his college selection. And Scarlet Knights’ offensive coordinator John McNulty and head coach Chris Ash were the...

    • Posted May 16, 2019
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  •  Hunter Hess pitched six strong innings against Norlebco last Friday in the Barons’ 12-1 win, helping them clinch the Section Three title. Lititz Record file photo
    Barons clinch third Section crown in four years

    Goal number one for Manheim Central is in the books. In what has been a magical season for the Barons, their magic number finally reached zero last Friday when they clinched the Section Three championship with a...

    • Posted May 8, 2019
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  • Shields shatters Nixdorf’s record

    Warrior senior achieves long-time goal to break 1,600 mark which stood for half-century Ed Nixdorf wasn’t in Philadelphia last Friday. But if he could turn back time, the former Warwick athlete and coach surely would have been....

    • Posted May 8, 2019
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  • Emma Damon slides safely into third base during a Manheim Central rally in the Barons’ win over ELCO last Wednesday night. Photo by Alan Johnson 
    Vikings edge the Barons in battle for L-L berth

    Hindsight is always 20/20. But given what Manheim Central coach Gary Lefever saw when he had to make his decision, he had no other option. That’s why Lefever held Baron base runner Jade Trovinger at third base...

    • Posted May 8, 2019
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  •  Warwick’s Danielle Jones fires to first for an out against McCaskey. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer
    Warriors clinch first Section title since 2015

      It had been four years since Warwick’s softball team swept Penn Manor in a season series. Actually, that 2015 season was also the last time the Warriors claimed the Section One crown. Well, on Tuesday afternoon...

    • Posted May 1, 2019
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  • Warwick seniors Emily Williamson and Connor Shields were honored at an L-L League banquet Sunday night in Strasburg. Shields received the A. Landis Brackbill Award and Williamson was named a female finalist. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Shields wins Brackbill Award

    Williamson named a female finalist As Warwick track and field coach Alex Daecher knows, there’s a good reason that senior Connor Shields was elected as a team captain this spring. “He’s well-liked, and more important, well-respected by...

    • Posted May 1, 2019
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  • Lititz’s Zach Shank studies High Point’s pitcher from the on-deck circle while preparing to bat for the Lancaster Barnstormers last Sunday. Photo by Matthew Libhart
    Shank at home playing for the Barnstormers

    As Zach Shank was leaving the field Sunday at Clipper Magazine Stadium, he bumped into a friend. Turned out to be his former sixth-grade teacher at Lititz Elementary, Bob White. White, actually, was one of several buddies...

    • Posted May 1, 2019
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