• During his 13-year tenure as the Warwick head football coach, Mark Snyder led his team to a State-leading 18-game unbeaten streak, Section Two championships from 1977-79 and 67 total wins.
    Make room for the Class of 2017

    Six to be inducted into Warwick’s Hall of Fame Oct. 6 Mark Snyder learned last week that he’s going to have to make a speech. The legendary former Warwick football coach, though, doesn’t expect it to be...

    • Posted September 20, 2017
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  • Warwick tight end Hayden Rucci, who had four receptions for 77 yards against Ephrata last Friday, battles for extra yardage against Mounts’ defensive back Bryson Rhee. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    The Male Trophy stays at Warwick

    For 12th straight year, Warriors top the Mounts Off the field, Carter Forney isn’t very loud. But his play between the white lines? That’s a different story. “One of the reasons he was selected as a captain...

    • Posted September 20, 2017
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  • Warwick’s Cassi Sellers spikes the ball over the net in the Lady Warriors’ win over McCaskey last Thursday. Photo by Steve Heydt
    WHS girls knock off Cedar Crest, 3-1

      Showdown set with Hempfield The Warwick girls volleyball team got an early-season boost of confidence last Saturday. Competing in the Garden Spot Tournament, they took a set from the number one-ranked team in the State, knocking...

    • Posted September 13, 2017
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  • Warwick junior Nick Fucci (10), who ran for 154 yards and two touchdowns against Garden Spot, carries a Spartan tackler for extra yardage during last Friday night’s game. Also pictured for the Warriors are Jorden Cruz (far right) and Nick Coomer (60). Photo by Cathy Chapis
    Kline throws four TD passes in Warwick’s win over GS

    Warriors, Spartans combine for 1,155 yards of offense Grayson Kline was stumped. Warwick’s senior quarterback couldn’t recall the last time he’d thrown four touchdown passes in one game. “Maybe Little League,” he smiled, “but nothing like this.”...

    • Posted September 13, 2017
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  • Warwick players Jaden Bollinger (far left), Austin Keares (13), and Alex Kerek (7) celebrate a first-half goal in the Warriors’ 6-1 win over West York last Saturday. Photo by Missi Mortimer
    Kerek’s hat trick leads Warriors in win over West York

    In the off-season, Warwick’s Alex Kerek made a transition, moving from a striker position to an attacking midfielder spot. The adjustment seems to be going very well for the Warrior senior. Last Saturday in rain-soaked Lititz, Kerek...

    • Posted September 6, 2017
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  • Warwick senior Lily Shaffer (left) battles a Garden Spot defender while looking to create a scoring opportunity last Friday. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Young WHS girls top Garden Spot

    It didn’t take long for the Warwick girls soccer team to face some adversity last Friday. When Garden Spot’s Lindsey Sweigart scored in the 7th minute last Friday, the score was tied 1-1. For a young Lady...

    • Posted September 6, 2017
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  • Manheim Central’s Tyler Flick, who ran for 271 yards and two touchdowns last Friday, breaks off a big gain as Warwick’s Jonathan Forbes, Tanner Heckel and Evan Popalis look to make the tackle. Photo by Preston Whitcraft
    Tale of two halves: Barons hold off Warwick’s comeback to win 35-27

    The Simon brothers, Tyler and Evan, were among the last players off the field for Manheim Central last Friday. Their brows were sweaty and eye-black smudged, but they were no doubt thankful to relax a little bit...

    • Posted September 6, 2017
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  • Charlie Fisher, a former Manheim Central boys basketball assistant for six years, has been hired as the Barons’ new head coach, replacing Chris Sherwood, who stepped down in late July. Ephrata Review file photo
    Fisher takes over as Barons’ new coach

    When the Manheim Central head boys basketball coaching position opened at the end of July, Charlie Fisher immediately knew he had interest. Even though he had a successful two-year stint as the Ephrata boys’ skipper, leading the...

    • Posted August 30, 2017
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  • Will Mobley, who scored 96 points in two seasons as Warwick’s kicker, has joined the Temple University football team as a walk-on.
    Mobley joins Temple Owls as a walk-on kicker

    Will Mobley was hoping for good news by the end of the week. Turns out, the 2017 Warwick High School grad didn’t have to wait nearly that long. Only hours after trying out for the Division-One Temple...

    • Posted August 30, 2017
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  • Photo courtesy of Kent State Athletic Communications Manheim Central grad Derek Adams (96) watches the ball into hands prior to punting the ball away in Kent State’s game at Alabama last September.
    Adams selected to Ray Guy Award Watch List

    In mid-July, Derek Adams was tagged on Twitter by #MACtion. The 2016 Manheim Central grad, a sophomore punter for the Kent State University football team, was the recipient of some big news. Coming off a freshman season...

    • Posted August 23, 2017
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