• Senior linebacker Tyler Gerhart, who led Warwick’s defense in tackle points in his junior and senior seasons, will continue his football career as an outside linebacker at Lebanon Valley College. Lititz Record file photo
    Gerhart commits to Lebanon Valley College

    Tyler Gerhart hadn’t yet committed to Lebanon Valley College. Still, when the Warwick senior was on campus for an overnight visit, he felt like he belonged with the Dutchmen football team. “When I got up there, it...

    • Posted March 15, 2017
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  • Dutchland Rollers open season March 18

    On Saturday, March 18, the Dutchland All-Stars and Blitz will take on two rosters from State College Area Roller Derby (SCAR) from State College. For the first match up of the evening, the All-Stars will take on...

    • Posted March 15, 2017
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  • Rock-n-Glow is a go!

    The Manheim Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for the fifth annual Rock-N-Glow 5K race and pre-race party, to be held on Historic Market Square in downtown Manheim on Saturday, June 3. The event will begin at...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  • Warwick’s Ben White (left) and Isaac Erickson (right) are shown with their awards after battling head-to-head in the Eastern PA Regional championship match last Friday. Erickson came away with a 275-211 decision to win the title.
    Warriors dominate in Regional singles

    Erickson tops White for the Eastern PA crown Isaac Erickson was no lock to make the singles bracket finals in the Eastern PA Regional Bowling Championships last Saturday. In fact, the Warwick sophomore was biting his fingernails...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  • Warrior junior Joe Moll finishes off a gold-medal winning time of 50.92 seconds in the boys 100-yard back stroke at the District Three Triple-A Championships last Saturday. His time also set a new school record. Photo by Mike Shull
    Moll’s two golds lead Warriors at Districts

    In the words of Warwick swim coach Mark Daum, junior Joe Moll is having a career year. “The kid works his butt off,” Daum said. That hard work was fruitful Friday and Saturday at the District Three...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  • In her final individual event at Districts, Emma Schouten makes a final push to the wall in the 100-yard breaststroke. She took the gold medal in a winning time of 1:05.15. Photo by Mike Shull
    Schouten claims District title

    Warwick girls 200 medley relay shatters school record Place in the top three. That was the goal of the Warwick girls 200 medley relay last Friday night. “We knew all we needed to do was just get...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  •  Herr commits to St. Joe’s

      Amanda Herr isn’t going to lie. A junior on the Warwick softball team, she was hoping to be able to pitch in college. And why shouldn’t she? All Herr has done in her first two seasons...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  • Royer named National Player of the Week

      Ashley Royer is already setting a good pace with the Wesley College softball team this spring. Through eight games, the 2015 Warwick grad, a Wolverines sophomore, has 18 RBI. That’s already more than half of her...

    • Posted March 8, 2017
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  • Warwick junior Luke Hirtzel (top) works his way toward a 5-3 sudden-victory decision over South Western’s Ethan Baney in a first-round 152-pound bout at the District Three Championships last Friday night. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Hirtzel, Stewart collect District Three medals

    Warriors miss out on State Championships To describe the kind of weekend that Warwick wrestlers Luke Hirtzel and Ryan Stewart had at the Giant Center, bittersweet pretty much sums it up. Both had wanted to qualify for...

    • Posted March 1, 2017
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  • With a host of Rockets converging on the hoop, Manheim Central’s Taylor Funk (33) puts in a nifty reverse lay-up in the District Three quarter-finals on Spring Grove’s home court. Funk finished with 32 points in the game. Photo by Mike Shull
    Barons bedeviled: Funk now just 16 points shy of Waltman for Manheim Central’s all-time scoring lead

    The Manheim Central boys played with some late desperation on Monday night. Unfortunately for the Barons, however, it wasn’t quite enough. Trailing by 17 points, 69-52, with just 2:30 left to play, the MC boys made a...

    • Posted March 1, 2017
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