• Warwick seniors Adam Wagaman (left) and Marleise Emrhein (right) are the recipients of this year’s Dr. Joseph W. Grosh Scholarship Awards. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Wagaman, Emrhein receive Grosh Awards

    “Tenacious” was a word that could describe seniors Marleise Emrhein and Adam Wagaman in their athletic and academic careers at Warwick High School. If it came to learning a new skill which would improve her overall game,...

    • Posted June 10, 2015
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  • As the final out was recorded in Manheim Central’s 1-0 upset of Holy Ghost Prep last Wednesday in a State Class AAA first-round playoff game, the Barons’ players rushed onto the field to celebrate. At the bottom of the pile is senior pitcher Blake Reiff, who tossed a no-hit gem. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Miracle in Devon Reiff tosses no-hitter in Barons’ upset

      The seeds were planted for Manheim Central’s baseball team on the bus ride to Devon Preparatory School last Wednesday, June 3. Playing on the TV screens of their charter bus was the movie, Miracle on Ice,...

    • Posted June 10, 2015
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  • Missed opportunities costly for MC in State playoff loss

      Manheim Central didn’t have much time to come down from the emotional high of winning its State playoff opener behind Blake Reiff’s no-hitter. Still, despite returning to the diamond just one day later, Barons’ skipper Matt...

    • Posted June 10, 2015
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  • Behind Reiff’s no-hitter, Barons pull off State upset

        Previously, Blake Reiff’s best moment on a baseball diamond was winning the New Era Tournament’s 16U title with the Manheim VFW three summers ago. The Manheim Central senior easily topped that on Wednesday. Throwing an...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  •  Christensen to be named new Warwick coach

      Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Chris Christensen is expected to be named the new Warwick boys head basketball coach. Pending board approval at the Warwick school board’s June 16 meeting, the former Manheim Township assistant will succeed...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Jenny Sassaman (right), who led the Warwick boys and girls cross country teams to a combined 119-49 record in four seasons, has stepped down as the program's head coach.
     Sassaman steps down as WHS cross country coach

      When Jenny Sassaman left Hershey last November after watching senior Amanda Graber place 161st overall at the State Cross Country Championships, she had no idea that she wouldn’t be returning as Warwick’s head coach. But Sassaman...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Emily Cameron
     Cameron completes big sophomore year at UGA

      Warwick grad Emily Cameron, recently completed a very successful sophomore year with the University of Georgia women’s swimming team. In addition to being honored for Outstanding Academic Achievement, the seven-time PIAA gold-medalist finished as an Honorable...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Manheim Central courtesy runner Jake Novak (27) crosses the plate with a third-inning run as Twin Valley catcher Mark Keys looks on during last Thursday’s action. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Raiders escape with 4-3 win over MC in District third-place game

      Twin Valley got an unconventional game-ending double play and held on to defeat Manheim Central 4-3 in the District Three Triple-A third-place game at Ephrata’s War Memorial Field last Thursday. Trailing by one run going to...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Governor Mifflin shortstop Hunter Reeser holds up the ball while waiting for the umpire’s decision as Warwick’s Tyler Martin clings to the bag following his attempt to steal second in the third inning last Thursday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Warriors’ State hopes denied in 9-3 loss to Governor Mifflin

      Trailing 8-0 to Governor Mifflin through four innings last Thursday, Warwick needed a couple of big innings to get back into the game. They got one, scoring three runs on three hits in the top of...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Jim Nagle (right), a 1987 Warwick grad and an employee of Forse Design, is the lead golf architect in charge of the changes, renovations and planning at the Lancaster Country Club, which is hosting the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open Championships in July.
    Warwick grad has links to the U.S. Women’s Open

      Nearly three decades later, Jim Nagle still vividly recalls a tour that he had of the Derck and Edson offices in downtown Lititz. It was there, in the summer of 1986, that his career path began...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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