• Photo courtesy of Kent State Athletic Communications Manheim Central grad Derek Adams (96) watches the ball into hands prior to punting the ball away in Kent State’s game at Alabama last September.
    Adams selected to Ray Guy Award Watch List

    In mid-July, Derek Adams was tagged on Twitter by #MACtion. The 2016 Manheim Central grad, a sophomore punter for the Kent State University football team, was the recipient of some big news. Coming off a freshman season...

    • Posted August 23, 2017
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  • Warwick junior Brock Fassnacht, who tied for top honors with a 34 in last Friday’s Section One opener, sinks a long putt. The match was halted after nine holes due to rain. Photo by Bruce Morgan
    Warwick golfers tied for third in Section One

    Two years ago as a freshman, Warwick’s Brock Fassnacht broke 80 just one time. Last Friday, that was a distant memory. In an abbreviated nine-hole match due to storms, the junior golfer carded a 34 to lead...

    • Posted August 23, 2017
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  • Junior Hannah Kowalski, who opened her season with a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 1 singles, connects on an overhead smash at the net. Photo by Alan Johnson.
    MC girls shut out Solanco, 7-0

    Manheim Central first-year girls tennis coach Kurtis Funk couldn’t have asked for a better result in the Lady Barons’ opener. With Hannah Kowalski, Janae Bright, Grace Roberts, and Olivia Good all winning their singles matches in straight...

    • Posted August 23, 2017
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  •  Herr named First-Team All-State

      The lineup of pitchers that Warwick’s softball team faced in L-L play this spring was a scary one. Twice, Warwick faced Penn Manor’s Brittany Hook and Hempfield’s Kara Cook in Section One. In crossovers, the Lady...

    • Posted August 16, 2017
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  •  Barons ready for another heated Section Two race

    If there’s one thing local fans can count on every year, it’s that Section Two of the Lancaster-Lebanon Football League is going to be a dogfight. That shouldn’t change in 2017. A year ago, Manheim Central shared...

    • Posted August 16, 2017
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  •  Warriors look to build off success from 2016

    Enck’s Catering in Manheim was packed last Friday as the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s annual Football Media Day, as players and coaches from from the L-L’s 23 teams shared their thoughts about the upcoming campaign. Warwick coach Bob Locker...

    • Posted August 16, 2017
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  • Byler commits to play baseball at Delaware

      The ceiling is high for Justin Byler in his blossoming baseball career. The University of Delaware coaches expressed that belief recently with the Warwick senior-to-be. And it’s no doubt a big reason that the Blue Hens...

    • Posted August 16, 2017
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  • The 9th annual Susquehanna Smash volleyball tournament attracted 950 teams, including players from as far away as California to this year’s event at the PA Classics Soccer Park. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Susquehanna Smash is a hit

    Ninth annual event hosts 950 volleyball teams, more than 1,000 expected in 2018 Three cloudless, sunny days of low humidity greeted hundreds of players, friends, parents, coaches and volunteers at PA Classics Soccer Park last weekend. The...

    • Posted August 9, 2017
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  • In his nine-year coaching career at Manheim Central, Chris Sherwood compiled an overall record of 147-82, including two Section Two championships and a trip to the District Three Triple-A finals in 2014.
    Sherwood steps down as Barons’ head coach

    Coming home on the bus from Manheim Central’s game in the PIAA State boys basketball playoffs this March, Coach Chris Sherwood began to consider a change. Drained both physically and mentally, the Barons’ boss was mulling stepping...

    • Posted August 9, 2017
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  • Hopeland’s Daryl Weaver crosses the finish line in a winning time of 1:03:05 in the Lititz recCenter’s third annual triathlon last Sunday. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Weaver claims second LrC triathlon crown

    Steinweg repeats as women’s champ For the second time in three years, Hopeland’s Daryl Weaver emerged victorious in the Lititz recCenter’s annual sprint triathlon. In the third edition of the event, the 44-year-old Weaver claimed the men’s...

    • Posted August 9, 2017
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