• Information Warwick grad Liz Wenger (left), who earned Big East Defensive Player of the Year honors last fall with the Georgetown University wiomen’s soccer team, beats an opponent to the ball. Photo courtesy of Georgetown Sports
    Boston bound:Breakers select Wenger in NWSL Draft

    Elizabeth Wenger had stopped actively watching the National Women’s Soccer League draft last Thursday. It seemed safe since there was no chance of her being selected real early anyway. Or so the 2014 Warwick grad thought. You...

    • Posted January 24, 2018
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  • In a physical game against Cedar Crest last Friday, Warwick’s Trysten George (15) drives inside. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Warriors fall short to Crest, Lebanon

    The Warwick boys hardly missed from the floor while taking a 22-14 first-quarter lead last Friday. Unfortunately, they couldn’t save any of those for the final stanza. Cedar Crest, who trailed by as many as nine points...

    • Posted January 24, 2018
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  • Manheim Central’s Jake Novak (left) and Evan Hosler (right) trap Ephrata’s Sam Cable in the corner during last Friday’s Section Two battle. Photo by Dwight Palm
    Mounts Spoil Fisher’s Return to Ephrata

    Edge Barons 47-40 in key Section Two contest There was an extra buzz in the building Friday night when Ephrata welcomed back former Coach Charlie Fisher and his up-and-coming Manheim Central squad. But while Fisher’s return was...

    • Posted January 17, 2018
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  • Morgan Stuhltrager swims to a third-place finish in 2:20.21 in the 200 Individual Medley for the Warwick girls last Thursday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Township hands WHS girls first loss

    As the Warwick and Manheim Township swimmers stepped on the blocks for the 400 free relay for the final event last Thursday, the outcomes were already decided. The Blue Streaks had clinched a sweep, with the MT...

    • Posted January 17, 2018
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  • Warwick’s Clayton Mohler (14) looks to outduel Manheim Township’s Reese Sachs (20) for the opening tip last Friday night. Photo by Mike Shull
    Blue Streaks outlast Warwick 89-85 in 4 OTs

    When the Warwick boys took Hempfield to five OTs last year, no one would have predicted it happening again any time soon. Well, last Friday night, the Warriors came close. Clayton Mohler’s dramatic game-tying ‘three’ at the...

    • Posted January 17, 2018
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  • From Baron to Bear

    Nagy named Chicago’s 16th head coach in franchise history As a young volunteer coach at his alma mater in the early 2000s, Manheim Central grad Matt Nagy was like a sponge. “He was always competitive and wanted...

    • Posted January 10, 2018
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  • Warriors earn wins over Tornado & Bucks

    Colby Martin wasn’t his usual self against Garden Spot in the Warwick Holiday Tournament. The Warrior junior, averaging more than 10 points a game this season, managed just two in a 64-59 loss to the Spartans. He...

    • Posted January 10, 2018
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  • Funk winning fans at St. Joe’s

    For close to 30 years, Dick Flannery has been a fixture at Hagan Arena. A season-ticket holder for the St. Joe’s University men’s basketball team whose father, Hank, once played for the Hawks, Flannery has spent a...

    • Posted January 10, 2018
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    Clark wins first Bethlehem title

    If history was any indication, Evan Clark knew what he was up against last Friday. The Warwick senior advanced to the 220-pound finals at the Bethlehem Holiday Classic, where Delaware Valley’s John McCarthy was waiting. These same...

    • Posted January 3, 2018
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  • Manheim Central junior 120-pounder Cade Zeamer reacts after rallying from a five-point deficit in the finals to pin West Chester East’s Corey Celenza in the first period last Friday. Zeamer earned the tournament’s award for most falls in the least amount of time for his efforts. Photo by Mike Shull
    Party like it’s 1970: Barons win first Manheim title in 47 years

    Will Betancourt didn’t have the look of a wrestler who just won the 113-pound title at the Manheim Holiday Tournament. Shortly after stepping down from the medal podium, the Baron sophomore was still upset with himself. “I...

    • Posted January 3, 2018
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