• Warwick catcher Leeann Runkle signifies two outs to her teammates during a recent Section One win
    Warwick grabs first place in Section One

    Even before the Warwick girls stepped onto the field last Friday night, some good news started to swirl among the players. Hempfield and Penn Manor had both lost earlier in the day, leaving the Lady Warriors alone...

    • Posted April 18, 2018
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  • Lititz’s Emma Rissinger is shown with her finisher’s medal after com - pleting the 122nd Boston Marathon on Monday
    Rissinger sets personal-best time in Boston Marathon

    Emma Rissinger’s competitive nature has been a friend in her athletic career. A 2012 graduate of Warwick High School, she was named NFHCA All-Region and All-State First-Team as a senior field hockey player, then went on to...

    • Posted April 18, 2018
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  • Warwick teammates Luke Hirtzel (left) and Hayden Rucci (33) celebrate a goal in the Warriors’ 12-3 win over Elizabethtown last Friday. Players were wearing yellow socks and shirts in support of their Unite and Fight benefit game, in which they raised money for the Four Diamonds. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Six-goal first quarter boosts Warwick in win over Cocalico

    With a challenging stretch of games awaiting the Warwick Warriors boys lacrosse team in the next two weeks, coach Wayne Hummer wants to make sure his team doesn’t plateau. On Tuesday night, the Warriors showed no signs...

    • Posted April 18, 2018
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  •  ‘Hitting their stride’

    Lady Warriors improve to 3-0 in Section One Warwick track and field coach Alex Daecher believes that sophomore Lily Palacio-Lewis still has yet to reach her full potential this year. The reigning L-L 100 and 200 champion...

    • Posted April 11, 2018
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  •  Simon pitches MC to win over ELCO

      Tyler Simon is described by Manheim Central baseball coach Matt Huber as an “animal.” The Barons’ skipper might have been talking about his senior pitcher’s performance Monday on the mound. Or that Simon wore short sleeves...

    • Posted April 11, 2018
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  •  Clark, Martin help Warriors hold off the Black Knights

      Warwick’s Evan Clark stole a page from Phillies’ legend Mike Schmidt Monday night. Not only did the Warrior senior third baseman display some solid glovework, starting a key double play, he also added a two-run double...

    • Posted April 11, 2018
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  • Sixth-inning rally lifts Warwick over MC, 5-3

    Normally, the number nine hitters in a batting order aren’t known for their offensive exploits. Apparently, Warwick’s Katelyn Minney didn’t get the memo. Last Thursday, the freshman right fielder stepped up in the bottom of the sixth...

    • Posted April 4, 2018
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  • Warriors serve up 3-1 win over McCaskey

    Little by little, the Warwick boys volleyball team is building confidence. Warwick coach Nate Gajecki knows that will be an important element for his team as they try to rebound from a tough 2-15 season in 2017....

    • Posted April 4, 2018
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  • Cincinnati Reds’ Hall of Famer Tony Perez autographs a baseball bat for a fan during the Ephrata Card Show last Saturday. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Big Red Machine star is a big hit at Card Show

    Tony Perez still speaks with a thick Cuban accent. But beneath that native tongue, the former Cincinnati Reds’ first baseman is quick-witted and charming with his sense of humor and sharp recall. Just a month and a...

    • Posted March 28, 2018
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  • Senior attack Corey Snyder, who scored three goals in the Warriors 13-5 win over Cedar Crest on Tuesday, sprints past a Falcon defender while carrying the ball in transition. Photo by Matt Libhart
    Balanced scoring leads Warwick in 13-5 win over the Falcons

    Cedar Crest keeper TJ Moore wasn’t bad between the pipes Tuesday. On this night, however, Warwick was just better. Eight different goal-scorers found the back of the net, led by Luke Hirtzel and Corey Snyder with three...

    • Posted March 28, 2018
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