• Manheim Central senior Matt Walsh (right), who averaged a team-best 16.5 ppg last season, is just 46 points shy of 1,000 for his career.
    Senior-laden Barons reload from last year’s magical run

    The 2013-14 campaign is in the books as the best season ever for the Manheim Central boys basketball team, which finished 24-5 overall. They won the Section Three crown with a 15-1 league record, then advanced to...

    • Posted December 3, 2014
    • 0
  • Forward/guard James Willis (left) is one of seven seniors playing for the Warwick boys basketball team this winter.
    Team motto will be key for Warriors

    It will behoove the Warwick boys basketball team to have a short memory this winter. The Warriors’ 7-14 finish from a year ago? Move on from it. Long scoring droughts in the middle of games? Ancient history....

    • Posted December 3, 2014
    • 0
  • Manheim Central’s Danielle Ober (34) takes the ball up strong inside during action last season.
    Lady Barons feature improved depth, quickness

    In year three with Dan Cotchen at the helm, the Manheim Central girls basketball team will be looking to build off of its 8-14 finish from a year ago. To do so, the Lady Barons will have...

    • Posted November 25, 2014
    • 0
  • Wenger earns high honor with Georgetown soccer

    Liz Wenger, a 2014 Warwick High School grad and a freshman playing on the Georgetown University women’s soccer team, was named to the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week as a defender for the time period of Nov....

    • Posted November 25, 2014
    • 0
  • Warwick senior Connor Spangenburg (right) is shown accepting the John Male Award from Warwick Athletic Director Ryan Landis (left) at the Warrior football team's banquet on Sunday night.
    John Male Award presented to Spangenburg

    Warwick senior Connor Spangenburg received the John Male Memorial Scholarship Award at the Warrior football team’s banquet last Sunday, Nov. 23 at the Eden Resort. Warwick Athletic Director Ryan Landis presented the award to the Warrior star....

    • Posted November 25, 2014
    • 0
  • Warwick’s Nathan Weaver digs the puck out of the corner in the Warriors’
defensive zone against Hershey last Friday night.
    Hershey turns back the Warriors, 6-2

    Warwick went into Friday’s CPIHL game hoping to play David to Hershey’s Goliath. The Trojans came into play undefeated for the young season and ranked as the top team in Tier 1 by PennLive. The Warriors entered...

    • Posted November 25, 2014
    • 0
  • Warwick’s Rylee Derr, who led the Lady Warriors in scoring last year as a freshman with 18.0 ppg, is a key returning player for the team this winter.
    Young Warwick girls hope to be competitive in Section One

    More than nine months have passed since the Warwick girls basketball team played its final game of the 2013-14 season, and yet, there are still a few losses that stick with head coach Amy Derr like they...

    • Posted November 25, 2014
    • 0
  • Punk Sue Tawney (0202), of the Dutchland All-Stars, tries unsuccessfully to block Penn Jersey Hooligans’ jammer “T Ice” from scoring points for the visitors at the Overlook Skating Rink last Saturday. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Rolling along: Dutchland holds its own vs. Hooligans

    The black and blue bruises, worn like badges of honor, matched the menacing dark uniforms and eye black that the Dutchland Derby Rollers exhibited. There was something else in which they took pride last Saturday night. In...

    • Posted November 19, 2014
    • 0
  • An anchor at midfield for the Syracuse University field hockey team, Warwick grad Alyssa Manley has helped the Orange reach the NCAA Division-One Final Four. (Photo courtesy of Syracuse Athletic Communications)
    Manley named All-Region, helps Orange advance to Final Four

    Warwick grad Alyssa Manley and the No. 4 Syracuse University field team advanced to its third Final Four in program history with a 3-1 win against No. 6 Penn State in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals on Sunday...

    • Posted November 19, 2014
    • 0
  • In the moments after Manheim Central’s season-ending District playoff loss to Bishop McDevitt last Saturday, Mike Williams huddles with his players for the final time as the Barons’ head coach. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    MC’s District playoff loss to McDevitt marks the end of an era

    If Manheim Central had known it would hold Bishop McDevitt star running back Andre Robinson to just 51 yards after three quarters last Saturday, the Barons would have been happy with that. There was a downside, however....

    • Posted November 19, 2014
    • 0