• Warwick sophomore Logan Boring tries to turn Hempfield’s Christian Carr in the 152-pound bout last Thursday. Boring went on to earn a 5-2 decision, helping Warwick defeat the Black Knights 62-9 in their Section One opener. (Photo by Cathy Chapis)
    Warriors hammer the Black Knights

    From Warwick’s standpoint, the 145, 152 and 160-pound bouts were toss-ups last Wednesday night. But for Hempfield, knowing it would be giving up four forfeits in the match, they were probably must-wins. So when the Warriors took...

    • Posted December 22, 2015
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  • Manheim Central senior Jared Siegrist took his place in the Barons’ 100-win club last Thursday night by pinning Lebanon’s Alex Hartman in a time of 1:33. (Lititz Record file photo)
    Siegrist earns 100th win as Barons crush Lebanon

      Jared Siegrist is the latest Manheim Central wrestler to join the 100-win club. The Baron senior reached the milestone last Thursday night when he decked Lebanon’s Alex Hartman in 1:33 in the 182-pound bout. Including his...

    • Posted December 22, 2015
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    Wenger traded to Houston

    The Philadelphia Union announced on its website Monday that they had traded the 24-year-old Wenger, a 2009 Warwick High School grad, and fellow midfielder Cristian Maidana to Houston in exchange for the Dynamo’s first-round pick (No. 6...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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  • Manheim Central 6-foot-2 junior forward Roman Wagner (30) denies Ephrata’s Micah Krauter (22) in the Barons’ win on Monday. (Photo by Stan Hall)
    Barons comeback stuns Ephrata

    Press helps erase 23-point deficit, keys win Manheim Central Coach Chris Sherwood couldn’t hide his emotions Monday night following his team’s stunning come-from-behind 41-37 victory over Ephrata. The flow came not only as a result of his...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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    High expectations for Lady Warriors

    Garber ready for first season at the helm Five games. That’s how many times the 2014-15 Warwick girls basketball team lost by just four points or less. Flip those results and the Lady Warriors could have finished with...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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  • Guard Emma Beamesderfer (30) is one of four seniors on the Manheim Central girls roster this year. (Photo by Ken Rummel)
     Lady Barons look to show improvement under Burns

      The playoff drought for the Manheim Central girls has reached three straight seasons. First-year head coach Amanda Burns would like nothing more than to halt that streak this winter. Sure, there will be challenges along the...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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  • Warwick junior point guard Rene Ross (left) displays her ball-handling skills while driving past Cocalico’s Jasa Lorah in Monday’s game. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Warwick’s rally falls short in loss to Cocalico

    Cocalico girls basketball coach Tony DiMatteo knew it was only a matter of time. Eventually, Warwick was going to start hitting shots in its home opener. No way they could keep the same pace they did in...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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  • Warwick senior Kyle Weaver, shown driving to the basket against Governor Mifflin, has scored 26 points in the Warriors’ first two games. (Photo by Preston Whitcraft)
    Balanced scoring helps Warwick beat Exeter

      Warriors, Christensen notch first win Better shots led to better results for the Warwick boys basketball team on Monday night. Compared to last Friday night, when they dropped their season opener to Governor Mifflin, the Warriors...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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  • Alyssa Manley (right) battles a North Carolina player for the ball in the NCAA Division-One championship game on Sunday. (Photo courtesy of Syracuse University Athletics)
     Manley, Martin help Orange win NCAA title

      From the time the Syracuse University field hockey team arrived in Ann Arbor, Mich. for the NCAA Division-One Final Four last weekend, there was a sense of calm surrounding the players. “We just had this faith...

    • Posted November 24, 2015
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  • Warwick running back Colton Miller bursts through a hole and prepares to give a stiff-arm to CV defender Cooper May on his way to one of his two TD runs last Saturday night. (Photo by Stan Hall)
     Warwick B wins program’s first-ever Red Rose title

      Despite all of its success this season, the Warwick B team didn’t exactly light up the scoreboard in the first quarter. “We’ve always started out slow for some reason,” coach Chad Miller said. Last Saturday night,...

    • Posted November 24, 2015
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