• Zach Shank
    Epic comeback for Shank, LumberKings

    The magnitude of what Zach Shank and his Clinton LumberKings teammates accomplished last Wednesday didn’t strike him until the next day. “It didn’t really hit me how big of a deal it was until (Thursday) when you...

    • Posted May 14, 2014
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  • Warwick junior David Lucas prepares to release one of his discus throw attempts at the L-L League Championships last Saturday. His effort of 167 feet, 1 inch on his first throw of the day stood up as the gold-medal winning distance.
    Lucas captures L-L League gold

    Warwick track teams win 11 medals, shatter two school records   In baseball analogy, Warwick’s David Lucas was swinging for the fences last Saturday in the discus. He didn’t hit a home run. But the Warrior junior...

    • Posted May 14, 2014
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  • Zach Shank follows through after connecting for a base hit in a LumberKings’ game this season. (Photo by Paul Gierhart)
    Shank heating up for LumberKings

    Coming out of spring training, the goal of Seattle Mariners’ farmhand Zach Shank was to make a full-season team. Check. The 2009 Warwick grad, playing his second season in professional ball, earned a spot with the Single-A...

    • Posted May 7, 2014
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  • Tony Deimler clinched his first trip to States with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Exeter’s Nolan Perugini in Monday’s District Three bronze-medal match. (Photo by Mike Shull)
    Deimler earns spot in States

    The one thing that was still unfulfilled from Tony Deimler’s tennis career at Warwick was qualifying for the PIAA State Championships. Without an arm injury at Districts a year ago, he might have reached that point as...

    • Posted May 7, 2014
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  • Streaks prevail over Warwick in L-L semis

    After watching what he thought was a sloppy first half by his team on Tuesday night, Warwick boys lacrosse coach Wayne Hummer had to be encouraged when Trent Sell’s goal early in the third quarter cut their...

    • Posted May 7, 2014
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  • Warriors wrap up Section One title

    When Warwick left the field last Friday after defeating McCaskey 6-3, everything was set up nicely heading into Monday’s action. With a win over Hempfield, the Warriors would capture their first Section One crown since 2009. Over...

    • Posted May 7, 2014
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  • Tommy Garner
    Garner’s collision draws fame

    Warwick senior outfielder Tommy Garner felt like he had a good read on a long fly ball to right-center off the bat of Cocalico’s Jake Terry last Wednesday, April 23. Despite the wind carrying the ball to...

    • Posted April 30, 2014
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  • David Lucas
    Lucas takes 4th place at Penn Relays

    David Lucas knew it was going to be a good day at the Penn Relays after his first discus throw. That effort, 174 feet, 4#-R inches, from the Warwick junior was a personal-best by three feet. Ultimately,...

    • Posted April 30, 2014
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  • Warwick senior shortstop Ben Keyser takes a late throw to the second base bag as Manheim Central's Ben Bomberger slides safely with a stolen base in the Barons' 11-1 win on Saturday.
    Warriors grab Section lead

    Seth Earle hadn’t recalled whether or not he had faced Manheim Township pitcher Ryan Dornes prior to last Thursday’s game. One thing’s for sure. The Warwick senior will certainly remember digging in against the Blue Streak righty...

    • Posted April 30, 2014
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  • Manheim Central's Wade Beamesderfer (center) finished second in the 200 against Garden Spot in 23.2 seconds. The Spartans' Malik Parsons (right) won the race in 23.1 seconds.
    Section champs!

    MC boys win first Section title since 1990   A year ago, the Manheim Central boys track and field team got close. Seeking their first Section Two crown since 1990, the Barons couldn’t quite get past Garden...

    • Posted April 30, 2014
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