• Freshman Kayla Herr (right) scored in both the L-L quarter-finals and semi-finals while helping the Manheim Central girls advance to their first-ever L-L championship game.
    One win from L-L League gold

    MC girls reach first-ever final Until last Saturday, the Manheim Central girls soccer team had never advanced as far as the Lancaster-Lebanon League playoff semi-finals. They achieved that feat with a 1-0 win over Lancaster Mennonite in...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • Manheim Central junior linebacker Craig McKee follows a convoy of blockers while returning an interception 14 yards for a third-quarter TD in the Barons’ 56-28 win over Lampeter-Strasburg last Friday.
    Barons outduel the Pioneers

    Camacho rushes for 4 TDs Keep Lampeter-Strasburg’s high-powered offense in the 30’s and then try to outscore QB Bear Shank and Co. That was the goal of Manheim Central last Friday night in a first-place showdown last...

    • Posted October 15, 2014
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  • With Lancaster Catholic driving, MC senior linebacker Zach Christian (24) raps up Crusader QB Jordan Scott (4) for a loss. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Barons keep pace atop Section Two

    A clash of football styles resulted in a win for the Manheim Central’s ground and pound style against the air attack of Lancaster Catholic. Damon Camacho ran for 115 yards, followed by Anthony Staffieri’s 68 yards and...

    • Posted October 8, 2014
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  • Manheim Central’s Haley Goodling chips onto the green during last weekend’s action at Briarwood Golf Course, where she won the District Three Triple-A bronze medal.
    Goodling claims District bronze medal

    Haley Goodling had a sense of relief entering the District 3 Triple-A Tournament last weekend. It showed in her results. After giving a verbal commitment to continue her golf career at Monmouth University, Goodling went out and...

    • Posted October 8, 2014
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  • Warwick senior Maddie Class placed fourth in the L-L League Flight One Triple-A Singles Championships and earned her first-ever trip to Districts. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Class is in; WHS senior advances to Districts

    As the No. 6 seed in the L-L League Flight One Triple-A Singles Tournament, Maddie Class didn’t give much thought to playing in Districts. After winning her first two matches, the Warwick senior had no choice but...

    • Posted October 8, 2014
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  • Camacho leads Barons in 45-0 rout

    At 5-foot-6, 153 pounds, Damon Camacho’s size might not strike fear into a lot of opponents. But last Friday night at Lebanon, the Manheim Central junior running back’s game spoke for itself. Camacho ran for 260 yards...

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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  • Cameron qualifies for 2016 Trials

    Former Warwick phenom swimmer Emily Cameron is going back to the U.S. Olympic Trials. Cameron, currently a sophomore at the University of Georgia, competed at the 2014 Phillips 66 U.S. National Championships in Irvine, Calif. from Aug....

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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  • Shields, Graber finish 1-2 for WHS girls

    Junior Samantha Shields and senior Amanda Graber proved to be a 1-2 punch on Tuesday afternoon for the Warwick girls cross country team. Paced by their star two runners at the top of the pack, the Lady...

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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  • Senior forward Marleise Emrhein scored four goals in Warwick’s 8-0 pummeling of McCaskey last Friday.
    With three big games looming, Warwick rips Cedar Crest 6-1

    The Warwick field hockey team has its fate in their own hands. Starting today (Thursday) when Warwick (10-1 L-L, 11-3-1 overall) and Penn Manor (10-1 L-L) &tstr; the Section One co-leaders &tstr; meet in Millersville, the Lady...

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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  • Warrior senior ball carrier Alex Dagen tries to break a tackle while battling
for extra yardage last Friday night against Manheim Township. Teammates
Avery Quinn (66) and Ryan Deibler (25) are shown blocking.
    Benjamin, MT frustrate Warwick

    When Warwick’s opening drive reached the Manheim Township 17-yard line, coach Bob Locker had a decision to make on fourth-and-5. Go for it, or attempt a 34-yard field goal. The kick would have been no chip shot....

    • Posted October 1, 2014
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