• Warwick’s Tyler Mandrell pushes herself to a first-place finish in the girls 100 backstroke. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Warwick girls on the verge of Section crown: WHS swimmers sweep PM

    The Warwick girls swimming team moved within one win of clinching its first Section One championship, knocking off Penn Manor 103-64 at the Lititz recCenter on Tuesday night. The victory improved the Lady Warriors’ record to 4-0...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Manheim Central senior Nick Brown catches Lampeter-Strasburg’s Josh Beiler in a double-leg takedown in the 182-pound bout last Wednesday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Barons improve to 5-0 atop Section Two, Finish 1-4 at Exeter Duals

    Battling from behind wasn’t the perfect scenario for the Manheim Central wrestlers. But when the Barons turned the corner to 106 heading into the final eight bouts of the match against Lampeter-Strasburg last Wednesday, coach Troy Sunderland...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Photo by Stan Hall Larry Frymyer, a contributor and super fan of Warwick High School athletics for the past 50 years, was honored at halftime of the Warrior boys basketball game against Lebanon on Tuesday night. Shown here with Warwick’s seniors — (left to right), Alex Lalovic, Kyle Weaver, Ethan Price, Will Mobley and Tyler Trimarchi — Frymyer, who is retiring from his duties consisting of updating the roster boards, video work and stats to enjoy coming to sporting events as a fan, received a standing ovation from both teams and the fans. Warwick Hall of Fame coach Dave Althouse and former Warrior boss Brian Brewer were also on hand to help recognize Frymyer on his special night.
    On Frymyer’s special night, Warriors fall to Lebanon

    Warwick had been in this same spot before. The spot where an opponent is just shooting the lights out. McCaskey did it early against the Warwick boys on Jan. 6, only to see the Warriors rally for...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • During first-half action Monday night, Manheim Central senior forward/center Taylor Funk and Kennard-Dale’s Adam Freese (13) position themselves for a rebound. Photo by Alan Johnson
    Barons extend win streak to seven

      The hope for the Manheim Central boys was that they could carry over some momentum from their game against Manheim Township last Saturday. It was, as coach Chris Sherwood noted, a contest in which they probably...

    • Posted January 25, 2017
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  • Warwick gurad Alex Lalovic maintains his concentration as Manheim Township’s Brian Hines (35) and Brendan Mellott (right) close the gap. Lalovic scored a game-high 24 points, including eight from the foul line. Photo by Mike Shull
    Another comeback win for the Warriors

    Lalovic scores 22 in victory over PM Just call them the Comeback Kids. On more than one occasion this winter, the Warwick boys have trailed going into the fourth quarter, only to pull off a come-from-behind win....

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • Guarded closely by Ephrata guard/forward Brad DaBella, Manheim Central senior Taylor Funk (left) looks inside for an open teammate. Photo by Steve Heydt
    Barons pull into tie atop Section with Ephrata

    MC boys also top Solanco, 58-45 Manheim Central’s Kody Kegarise could barely hear his teammates from just two feet away. “I was screaming, ‘What (defense) are we in?,’” the Barons’ senior guard said. The fact he had...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • After receiving Pennsylvania’s Maxwell Football Club Player of the Year Award last Thursday, Manheim Central senior Kody Kegarise (center) is shown with Baron head coach Dave Hahn (far left)and former Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Ron Jaworski (far right). Kegarise received the award from Jaworski at the Drexelbrook Country Club
    Kegarise honored with Maxwell Player of Year Award

      L-L coaches applaud Barons’ star QB In his time as a football coach at Cocalico, Dave Gingrich has seen some top-notch quarterbacks play under center at Manheim Central. And in his opinion, Kody Kegarise ranks right...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • Lancaster Archery Classic moves to Spooky Nook Sports

      Whether you’re a fan of archery as a sport, a bow hunter, or someone who’s familiar with archery from high school gym class or Robin Hood movies, the 14th annual Lancaster Archery Classic will have something...

    • Posted January 18, 2017
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  • Warwick coach Neal Vital (left) shares a light moment with his brother, Chris, who is Penn Manor’s coach, prior to last Friday’s first-place showdown in Lancaster. Neal, a former Comet assistant, helped the Warriors earn a 4-3 win over Penn Manor
    Warrior keglers KO Penn Manor

    It was just one of 12 regular-season matches for the Warwick and Penn Manor bowlers. Ask any of those involved, however, and they would all tell you the same thing. This was more than just any routine...

    • Posted January 11, 2017
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  • Thwarted by McCaskey’s Ray Godwin (10), Warwick senior guard Will Mobley completes a mid-air dish to teammate Alex Lalovic (24), who promptly scores two of his game-high 26 points last Friday night. Also pictured for the Warriors is Carter Forney (11). Photo by Mike Shull
    Fourth-quarter rally lifts Warwick past the Buckskins

    Spirited comeback against McCaskey falls just short The Warwick boys’ comeback hopes came up just a little bit short against McCaskey last Friday. Not on Tuesday at Conestoga Valley, however. Trailing 42-34 going into the fourth, the...

    • Posted January 11, 2017
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