• Pat Narduzzi
    New Pitt coach will speak at MTC banquet

    When Penn State and Pitt renew their football rivalry in 2016-17, the Manheim Touchdown Club will be able to sit back and watch with pride. After getting Nittany Lions’ boss James Franklin to speak at their banquet...

    • Posted April 22, 2015
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  • Janelle Garber, a former star player at Elizabethtown High School and West Chester University, is the new head girls basketball coach at Warwick High School. (Photo by Bruce Morgan)
    Garber named Warwick girls coach

    Although Janelle Garber was anxious to get back into coaching girls basketball, she didn’t figure an opportunity would come so soon. A former standout player at Elizabethtown High School and West Chester University, the 26-year-old Garber stepped...

    • Posted April 22, 2015
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  • Warwick sophomore Mackenzie Russell avoids the tag of CV catcher Joanie Miller to score one of her three runs in the Lady Warriors’ 15-4 win on Monday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Royer slugs two HRs in win over CV

    Patience was the buzz word for the Warwick softball team on Monday. Facing a pitcher in Conestoga Valley’s Coline Schell who didn’t throw with as much velocity as others the Lady Warriors have faced this spring, coach...

    • Posted April 22, 2015
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  • Warwick’s Connor Spangenburg (29) and Adam Bendinsky (14) try to block a spike from Hempfield’s Logan Smiley last Thursday (Photo by Stan Hall)
     Young Warriors showing potential

    As Nate Gajecki attests, his Warwick boys volleyball team has never pulled off an upset in his nine years in the head coach’s seat. Sure, the Warriors have earned their share of victories, but by his recollection,...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Warwick’s Ashley Royer breaks off the third base bag and scores a run for the Lady Warriors in their 16-3 win over Ephrata on Monday. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Warwick cruises past Lady Mounts

    Monday’s girls softball game between Warwick and Ephrata featured two teams moving in opposite directions. Visiting Warwick, perhaps the surprise of the L-L League this year, kept things rolling against an Ephrata team that has been struggling...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Warwick sophomore Ryan Deibler (right) tries to knock the ball away from Easton attacker during last Saturday’s non-league action. Looking on for the Warriors is senior Shane Galway. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
     Late rally lifts Warwick in 7-6 win over the Bears

    Elizabethtown goalkeeper Jake Koser made Warwick for everything it got on Monday. It didn’t matter that the Warriors outshot the Bears 38-16 in a Lancaster-Lebanon League game. Koser stepped up with 21 saves and was a big...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Warwick senior Drew Keller (11) receives congratulations from his teammates after slugging a two-run home run off of Ephrata pitcher Austin Lowery on Monday. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    In a slugfest, Warriors tops the Mounts, 12-7

    Keller homers and drives in four in the win Drew Keller was sitting fastball against Ephrata’s Austin Lowery. The Warwick senior didn’t get that pitch. But it didn’t matter. Keller adjusted to a first-pitch curve from Lowery...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  • Freshman pitcher Madison Walter recorded a combined 24 strikeouts in the Lady Barons’ wins over Cocalico and Columbia last week. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Little Dutchmen escape with win over Lady Barons

    MC girls denied 3rd straight win The Manheim Central softball team was on a quest for three straight wins on Monday. And when the Lady Barons scored six runs in the top of the fifth against Annville-Cleona...

    • Posted April 15, 2015
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  •  Barons get payback

    The Manheim Central baseball team got some sweet redemption last Thursday. A year ago, Northern Lebanon defeated the Barons twice and eventually advanced to the L-L League playoff semi-finals. With an opportunity to gain payback, Manheim Central...

    • Posted April 8, 2015
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  • Manheim Central’s Autumn Eldeen, shown here connecting on a pitch, had two hits and two RBI’s in the Lady Barons’ loss to L-S on Monday. (Lititz Record file photo)
     Lady Pioneers handle Manheim Central

    Last year, Section Three supplied both finalists for the Lancaster-Lebanon League softball playoffs, with Lampeter-Strasburg defeating Donegal for the crown. It appears that both teams are poised for a number of rematches after Monday’s action. L-S (4-0...

    • Posted April 8, 2015
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