- Memorial Day Parade
- Second Friday the 13th
- Farmers market opens May 21
- Hello (again), Dolly!
- Kreider Farms opens silo observation tower
- ‘Hello, Dolly!’ opens Thursday at EPAC
- ‘Somewhereville Station’ revisits the 50s and 60s
- Manheim Downtown Development Group will dissolve
- MC Art Show doubles in size
- Warwick students are tops at county science fair
WHS boys remain unbeatenCross Country
The Warwick boys cross country team still has an unblemished record.
With three more wins on Tuesday in a quad-meet at Lebanon, the Warriors improved their record to 10-0 on the season. Although Elizabethtown put two runners in the top four, the Warriors ultimately prevailed 24-37. They also defeated Garden Spot (19-42) and the host Cedars (15-52).
On the girls side, the Lady Warriors beat Lebanon 15-55, but came up just short against GS (25-31) and fell to E-town (19-40).
Michael Urban paced the WHS boys with a second-place finish in 16:58, crossing the line behind only E-town’s Micaiah Schlicher (16:47). But then Warwick clinched it with a strong pack of runners grabbing the fifth through eighth spots in the race. Ben Mueller was at the front of that pack in 17:21, followed closely by Matt Lefever (17:22), Bryson Long (17:28) and Phil Headland (17:29). Others in Warwick’s top eight were Daniel O’Conor, who placed 12th in 18:14, Conor Smith, who was 13th in 18:21 and John Beyer, who finished 17th in 19:08.
Turning to the girls, Kristi Reidenbaugh paced the Lady Warriors with a fifth-place finish in 21:36. Amy Wood (8th, 21:42) added a top-10 finish, while Bomberger (14th, 22:45), Emily Heckman (15th, 23:06), Ruth Ann Long (17th, 23:08), Monika Roschel (18th, 23:15) rounded out the team’s top six.
Elsewhere, the Manheim Central boys went 1-3 at Hempfield, as they beat Northern Lebanon (15-49), but fell to Hempfield (18-42), Solanco (23-35) and LMH (27-30).
Kyle Kegarise led the Barons with a seventh-place finish in 17:33, and he was followed by Mason Hepner in ninth place (17:51), Josh Lachman in 16th place (18:12) and Joshua Haldeman in 17th (18:18).
The Lady Barons, meanwhile, despite getting a first place overall finish by Danae Peters in 20:08, had an 0-3 day at Hempfield, losing to the Black Knights (15-55), Solanco (15-55) and Lancaster Mennonite (15-55). Alex Agesen was Manheim Central’s only other runner in the top 25, placing 23rd in 24:36.
Last Thursday, Urban finished runner-up in 17:14 in Warwick’s first home meet of the season, as the Warriors pulled off a sweep, earning victories over Penn Manor (24-36), Northern Lebanon (15-55), McCaskey (17-49) and Cocalico (15-50).
The Warwick girls also had a strong showing, taking three of a possible four wins. Although they fell just short against Penn Manor (25-30), they defeated Norlebco (15-55), McCaskey (23-27) and Cocalico (25-31).
Reidenbaugh (3rd, 21:50) and Long (6th, 22:26) earned top 10 finishes for Warwick.
In other action, the Manheim Central placed four boys in the top five on their way to a 3-0 finish at Donegal with wins over Columbia (16-48), Donegal (17-45) and Lancaster Catholic (23-32). Hepner was first overall in 17:24, while Kegarise (3rd, 17:51), Haldeman (4th, 18:01) and Lachman (5th, 18:02) finished close behind.
The MC girls got a first-place finish from Peters, but finished 0-2 with losses to Lampeter-Strasburg (15-55) and Donegal (15-55). Peters crossed the line more than two minutes ahead of Lampeter-Strasburg’s Brianna Miranda (22:17) to lead the Lady Barons. More RUNNERS, page B-6