• Warwick High School senior Emma Schouten signs her National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and swimming careers at Loyola University.
    Schouten signs with Loyola

      As senior Emma Schouten prepares for her final swim season at Warwick, her focus is sharp. Her objectives are to make some serious waves in the breaststroke event. Not that she hasn’t done that already. In...

    • Posted November 22, 2016
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  • Warwick senior Mack Russell signed her National Letter of Intent last Wednesday, Nov. 9 to continue her softball career at California University of PA.
     Russell signs with Cal U

      California University of PA was on the radar of Warwick senior Mack Russell early. All the way back to her freshman year, in fact. “I really put in a lot more effort and everything into talking...

    • Posted November 17, 2016
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  • Warwick senior Nicole Mengel makes it official, signing on the dotted line last Wednesday, Nov. 9 with Adelphi University, where she will play softball.
    Mengel headed to Adelphi University

    Warwick senior Nicole Mengel was in the right place at the right time. Pitching for the Wagner’s Gold softball team in the Boston area, she caught the eye of Adelphi University head coach Bree Nasti. Fate had...

    • Posted November 17, 2016
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    Lancaster County Weeklies Weekly College Football Contest

    WIN $50 Shopping Dollars COLLEGE FOOTBALL FORECAST THE EPHRATA REVIEW • LITITZ RECORD EXPRESS Last Week’s Winner Is Sean Jones of Lititz. 1. 14 games are printed in the ads on this page. Select the team you...

    • Posted November 16, 2016
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  • Manheim Central freshman keeper Mia Reed (11) makes a diving stop, one of her eight saves in the game, to keep Moon’s Emily Orr off the scoreboard in the first half of last Saturday’s State playoff game. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Lady Barons’ run halted in States

    The Hollidaysburg High School stadium field didn’t hold a lot of fond memories for the Manheim Central girls soccer team. It was there two years ago where the Lady Barons suffered a 1-0 loss to Montour in...

    • Posted November 16, 2016
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  • Warwick junior running back Isaac Rissinger (right) rushes for a 33-yard gain before being pushed out of bounds by Cumberland Valley defensive back Cole McCoy in the first half of last Friday’s District game. Photo by Cathy Chapis
    Turnaround season ends for Warwick in District quarters

    The post-game huddle wasn’t easy for Warwick football coach Bob Locker last Friday night. It was written all over his face. The hurt he felt for his squad was clear as he talked about how they turned...

    • Posted November 16, 2016
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  • Manheim Central’s Gunnar Royer and Colin Erb (48) chase down Cedar Cliff QB Grant Breneman deep in the Colts’ territory in the Barons’ 38-29 victory last Friday in the District Three 5A playoffs. Photo by Alan Johnson
    On to the semi-finals: Barons rally to beat Cedar Cliff in District opener

    Manheim Central coach Dave Hahn stood on Elden Rettew Field, where his team had just ended Cedar Cliff’s season with a 38-29 comeback win. Of Manheim’s 38 points, 35 came in the second half as they rallied...

    • Posted November 16, 2016
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    Lancaster County Weeklies Weekly College Football Contest

    WIN $50 Shopping Dollars COLLEGE FOOTBALL FORECAST THE EPHRATA REVIEW • LITITZ RECORD EXPRESS Last Week’s Winner Is Randy Eberly of Ephrata. 1. 14 games are printed in the ads on this page. Select the team you...

    • Posted November 10, 2016
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  • Manheim Central’s girls soccer players celebrate with their first-ever District Three championship trophy after defeating Northern York 3-1 in the finals last Thursday night at Hersheypark Stadium. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    District champs! Lady Barons win title with 3-1 win over Northern York

    Manheim Central needed some convincing that it was capable of doing great things heading into the post-season. “For the longest time, I was believing in them more than they believed in themselves,” Lady Baron Coach John Shetromph...

    • Posted November 9, 2016
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  • Junior wide receiver Jake Novak (right) had eight receptions for 134 yards and two TDs in Manheim Central’s 50-8 win over Garden Spot last Friday. Photo by Kirk Neidermyer.
    Barons earn share of Section Two title

    Manheim Central football coach David Hahn wanted to pressure a young Garden Spot team right from the outset. The Barons won the coin toss, took the football and scored within two minutes to jump on Garden Spot...

    • Posted November 9, 2016
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