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Girls Lacrosse Makes School History

Girls Lacrosse Makes School History

May 25, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Spring Sports

The girls lacrosse team beat Hershey High School, 15-7, in the Quarterfinal Round of the PIAA State Tournament on Saturday, June 3. The girls will play tomorrow in the semifinal round against Kennard Dale at 6:00 pm at Spring Grove High School. Ticket prices will be $8 for adults and $4 for st...

Warrior Track & Field Show Up with Strength on Senior Night

Warrior Track & Field Show Up with Strength on Senior Night

Dan McNair, Video Editor
May 9, 2017
Filed under Athletics, Spring Sports

The track and field team celebrated their senior night on the evening of Tuesday, May 2. Before the final home meet of the season, athletes, fans and coaches gathered for an announcement of the seniors on the team as well as an acknowledgment of their contributions to the program over the past se...

NHL Playoffs Skate Into Action

NHL Playoffs Skate Into Action

Madison Gillespie, Reporter
May 8, 2017
Filed under Spring Sports

Mid-April marks every hockey fan’s favorite time of year, the start of the National Hockey League’s playoffs.   The teams earn points throughout the entire year with two points per win, one point for going into overtime, and no points for a losing a game.   Based on these point ra...

Boys Volleyball Season Opens

Alex Marshall, Reporter
March 24, 2017
Filed under Spring Sports

The Boys Volleyball season has started, and the Warriors are prepared for another fantastic season. After a few weeks of preseason workouts and try-outs, the team is refined and ready to do their best. Various new players came out this year to try out, many being freshman or sophomores. No official ga...

Warrior Girls Basketball Moves on to the State Semifinals

Jacob Ness, Reporter
March 22, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

The Warriors continued their historic run towards a state title against Southern Lehigh on Saturday. They came into the game projected by journalists to lose by as many as 9 points. Trailing at halftime, the team once again had a huge second half surge leading them to the victory and a trip to the semifinals on Tuesday night. ...

Updating Winter Sports

Updating Winter Sports

Jacob Ness, Reporter
March 14, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

Coming off of their district championship, the Susquehannock girls basketball team opened play in the first round of the state tournament on Saturday, March 11 against Radnor High School. In what was a tight game the whole way through, the Warriors pulled ahead late for a 48-45 victory. Despite 2 star...

Club Hockey Shoots for Rothrock Cup

Club Hockey Shoots for Rothrock Cup

Madison Gillespie, Reporter
March 14, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

Students from Susquehannock participated in the Central Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League Tier III championships on Saturday, March 4.   The club hockey team, made up of students from Susquehannock, Kennard Dale, Dallastown, and Red Lion areas, competed against MSMCC United.   However, t...

Girls Lacrosse Preps for Season

Girls Lacrosse Preps for Season

Ariel Barbera and Emily Rivers, Assistant Editor-in-chiefs
March 13, 2017
Filed under Spring Sports

Lady Warriors Win First District Title in School History

Lady Warriors Win First District Title in School History

Jacob Ness, Reporter
March 6, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Winter Sports

The Warriors seemed destined for overtime as the final seconds ticked down at Saturday’s District III championship game. That was until Harrisburg inadvertently fouled sophomore Jaden Walker, sending her to the line for two shots and the district title. Walker converted both, giving the Wa...

Susquehannock Swimmers Succeed in County Meet

Susquehannock Swimmers Succeed in County Meet

Jacob Ness, Reporter
March 5, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

The Susquehannock swimming team is in the midst of wrapping up another successful season. Team meets are over with, but many successful swimmers still had unfinished business. Susquehannock saw many of their members recently compete in the YAIAA county championship meet on February 9-10 at Central Yor...

Girls Basketball Team Heads to Championships

Girls Basketball Team Heads to Championships

Logan Garvey, Editor-in-Chief
March 1, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

Congratulations to the Warrior Girls Basketball team for beating Twin Valley in their District III semifinal game with a score of 48 to 25. The team will compete next at the Giant Center at Hershey Park on Saturday, March 4 at 11:00 a.m. for the District III Championship title against Harrisburg High...

Girls Basketball Wins District Opener

Jacob Ness, Reporter
February 24, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

The Susky gym was full of energy on Tuesday night when the Warrior girls basketball team beat Mechanicsburg, 51-27. A tight game at halftime, the Warriors pulled ahead in the second half, holding Mechanicsburg to single digit scoring. Senior Tyler Williams led the Warriors with 21 points, and junior Tayl...

Susky Girls Prepare for the Lax Season

Susky Girls Prepare for the Lax Season

Kelcie Baker, Reporter
January 23, 2017
Filed under Spring Sports

The girls lacrosse team has been working hard to prepare for a successful season in the spring. Their main form of preparation is with their indoor team where they have been undefeated so far in the season. The team has been working hard since the beginning of the year with workouts and indoor training. ...

Susky Swimming Looks to End Season with Strength

Susky Swimming Looks to End Season with Strength

Dan McNair, Video Editor
January 19, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

With many of the team's strongest swimmers graduating as members of the class of 2016, the swim team is looking to rebuild. Since the beginning of the winter sports season, the swim team has raced Dover, South Western, Dallastown, West York, and York Suburban with each meet ending in a loss for the Warrior...

Students Fail the Ultimate Exam

Students Fail the Ultimate Exam

Jacob Ness, Reporter
January 5, 2017
Filed under Winter Sports

   The long anticipated showdown between the students and staff finally took to the court on Friday, December 9. The students went into the game with a lot to prove, given the self-inflicted rivalry they created on Twitter. The bantering was incited by senior Connor Miller when he called out schoo...

Diving into the Swim Season

Diving into the Swim Season

Jayde-Rhiannon Jackson, Reporter
December 21, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Showcase, Winter Sports

   As winter is slowly approaching, so is the new swim season. Students have been preparing and practicing since the end of last winter.     The boys and girls swim team have been working hard to beat their own times and the other team’s times.    Senior Dean Lochte believes the sw...

Teachers Win Student vs Staff Basketball Game

Teachers Win Student vs Staff Basketball Game

Ariel Barbera, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
December 15, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

The student versus staff basketball game ended with a final score of 49-41 with the staff taking the win. The Staff Team included: first grade teacher Sue Barnhart, photography teacher Wade Bowers, English teacher Sara Cieslewicz, video productions teacher Tim Hare, physical education teacher Brett...

Boy’s Basketball Makes New Plays for Success

Boy’s Basketball Makes New Plays for Success

Dan McNair, Video Editor
December 6, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

After struggling to find success over the previous two seasons, the boy’s basketball team is leaving the past behind and looking ahead for improvement during the upcoming winter sports season. Equipped with a reenergized starting lineup, the Warriors hope to come out strong for their first game ...

Boys Soccer Takes Down Redland

Alex Marshall, Reporter
November 10, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

The Susquehannock Boys Varsity Soccer team trampled Red Land with a final score of 7-1 on October 26, 2016. Susky started off strong with the first goal being scored by Zach Buchanan 4 minutes into the game, assisted by Jason Weger, and another scored 5 minutes later by Jason Weger, assisted by Ben Wilson. The teams were at a stalemate with ...

Boy’s Soccer Season Ends in Battle with Fleetwood

Boy’s Soccer Season Ends in Battle with Fleetwood

Dan McNair, Video Editor
November 8, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

Once the soccer season reaches the district tournament, each game determines whose season will end and whose will continue. The boy's soccer team hiked up to Hershey Stadium to face off against Fleetwood in the second round of the district tournament and fight for a spot in the state tournament o...

2016 Senior Heisman Award Winners Shine

2016 Senior Heisman Award Winners Shine

Autumn Polanowski, Editor
November 7, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports, Features

Two students were announced as winners of the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award for athletics on October 17.   Seniors Kelly Doogan and Colton Mumley are ecstatic at the realization that they have won this award. This award is presented to high school seniors involved with athletics throughout...

NHL Season Causes Rivalry Between Teachers

NHL Season Causes Rivalry Between Teachers

Madison Gillespie, Reporter
November 7, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

   With it only being three weeks into the eight month long NHL hockey season, hockey loving  teachers have engaged in their regular team rivalries.  History teacher Abby Kocher loves how the Pittsburgh Penguins have won their fourth Stanley Cup last season against the San Jose Sharks in a...

Field Hockey Takes Division Title and Plays at Counties

Field Hockey Takes Division Title and Plays at Counties

Mia Kobylski, Reporter
November 3, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase

 Warrior field hockey proved all of the naysayers wrong this year by winning the division title and making it to counties.   For the division win, the girls had to play against all of the Division II schools twice and then all of the Division I schools once to establish their league record. ...

NFL Midseason Recap

Jake Ness, Sports Editor
October 28, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Commentary, Fall Sports

  The NFL is back in full swing, and like any other season, this one has had its fair share of surprises and disappointments. Injuries have occurred, players have come out of nowhere to make contributions, and some just can't seem to figure things out.   The biggest surprise to many have been ...

Warrior Football Faces a Loss Against West York

Warrior Football Faces a Loss Against West York

Ariel Barbera, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
October 26, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

After a successful outcome from the tailgate game against York Suburban with a score of 27-21, the Susky football team moved on to play against West York. Varsity played at West York on Friday, October 21. The end score, 29-28, was a loss for the Warriors. Senior Lee Cook believes that the team...

Varsity Volleyball Wins Dig Pink Game

Varsity Volleyball Wins Dig Pink Game

Kristen Krobot, Reporter
October 20, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

  The varsity volleyball team defeated Northeastern on October 6, raising money and awareness for breast cancer research. Specifically, Dig Pink donations support the Side-Out Foundation's goal of educating the community about  research for stage 4 breast cancer.  Throughout the week, variou...

Boy’s Soccer Wins Big Against Dallastown

Boy’s Soccer Wins Big Against Dallastown

Elizabeth Johns, Reporter
October 19, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

Since the game where the varsity boy’s soccer team played Gettysburg two weeks ago, the Susky varsity soccer team has been on a winning streak. Last Saturday, they kept it going; the team played Dallastown, a highly accredited team in York County. Varsity coach Brett Maxwell felt the team was ...

Suburban Barely Edges Over Susquehannock in Friday Night Football

Dan McNair, Video Editor
October 17, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

Spectators of the matchup against the York Suburban Trojans witnessed a close, nail-biting game at the home gridiron on the night of Friday, October 7. For much of the game, each team was able to successfully react to the other's attacks and keep everyone guessing about the eventual winner. The Warr...

Karpouzie Gives Kudos to Stough

Mateo Vega
October 13, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

Senior  Phil Karpouzie discusses  the impact Coach Stough has had on him and the SHS Cross Country program.

Brooke Morris Gains A Win as Athlete of the Week

Brooke Morris Gains A Win as Athlete of the Week

Katelin Tyler, News Editor
October 12, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

An athlete is most commonly known as just a person who is good at sports but there is more than what meets the eye; leadership, persistence, diligence and dedication are all major aspects that make up the title athlete of the week.  GametimePa opens a poll for community members asking them to vote for who they ...

Fall Sports Celebrate Senior Night and Soccer Hosts Youth Teams

Dan McNair, Video Editor
October 10, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

Every season, senior student athletes look forward to being recognized on their chosen sport’s senior night. For those who are unaware, every sport’s senior night is a short ceremony before a home game where each senior student-athlete is escorted across the field or court while their athletic achievements and future plan...

Upcoming Sporting Events

Upcoming Sporting Events

Miah Peryea, Reporter
October 7, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

This week in sports, girls soccer, tennis, football, and girls volleyball battle on into their season. Girls Soccer The team won in an overtime game at Dover for the first time in four years. The game was last Thursday, and the winning score was 1 - 0 . Tennis There will be a Co...

Boys Soccer Gets First Loss

Boys Soccer Gets First Loss

Madison Gillespie, Reporter
October 6, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

The boys soccer team had their first loss to Gettysburg with a score of 2-0 last Tuesday. Physical Education teacher and coach Brett Maxwell saw ways that the team could grow from the experience. “Hopefully, we learned how to handle a little pressure and how to handle a little adversity. Th...

Girl’s Volleyball Hopes to Raise Funds at Dig Pink Game Tonight

Girl’s Volleyball Hopes to Raise Funds at Dig Pink Game Tonight

Emily Christian, Arts & Entertainment Editor
October 6, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

A gymnasium filled loud and proud with the color pink is what the girl’s volleyball team longs to see at their annual Dig Pink game against Northeastern tonight, October 7. As October is the month of Breast Cancer Awareness, the Dig Pink game, held at 6:00 pm (J.V.) and 7:00 pm (V.),  helps to...

Boy’s Soccer Continues Undefeated Streak Against Tough Opponents

Boy’s Soccer Continues Undefeated Streak Against Tough Opponents

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
October 3, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

Coming off of a strong 2-0 win over West York, the boys soccer team travelled west to compete in a day-long tournament in Greencastle, Pennsylvania on Saturday, September 17. The team played two games, the first game was a neutral-field battle against the Shippensburg Greyhounds and the second was...

Kendel Abrams is Back At it Again

Kendel Abrams is Back At it Again

Autumn Polanowski, Reporter
October 3, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

At just 16 years old Kendel Abrams was registered as the lowest score of the day with an even-par of 71 at the York Junior County Junior Golf Association. As of July 2016, Abrams took on other competitive girls ages 18 and under in a golf competition at Hickory Heights Golf Club, near Spring Grove, ...

Warrior Sports Update (9/19-9/27)

Jacob Ness, Reporter
October 2, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

Football: Warriors See Lead Slip Away Late Riding high off of a victory the week prior, the Warriors continued the momentum through the first half of last week’s contest against Twin Valley, taking a 28-7 lead early into the 3rd quarter. But the Warriors saw the lead slip away, and eventually found ...

Keeney Rallies Warriors as New A.D.

September 27, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports

Starting as a teacher and coach to becoming the new Athletic Director, Brad Keeney accepted the athletic director position at Susquehannock high school this past summer. Alumni Keeney came back to Susquehannock to teach in the high school and coach wrestling and the throwers in track and field. ...

Susky Loses in First Home Game

Susky Loses  in First Home Game

Emily Rivers, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
September 15, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

Although Susky didn’t come out on top at last Friday's home game, 17-34, the team played hard against York Catholic High. Within the first 49 seconds of the game, Susky was able to get the first touchdown, which, according to head coach Steve Wiles, helped boost the team and provide them with the...

Susky Football Kicks Off Season with Energy

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
September 8, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

In 2014, Susquehannock’s football team finished the season with a disheartening record of 1-9. However, under the leadership of new head coach Steven Wiles, the team reset and finished the 2015 season with a record of 5-5, which put them one win away from a spot in the district tournament. Player...

Boys Volleyball Says Goodbye to the Seniors

Abby Deter, Reporter
May 19, 2016
Filed under Spring Sports

Senior y ear holds many exciting events for students, but for student athletes, almost nothing beats senior night. This statement is especially true for Susquehannocks boys volleyball team. The seniors this year are Kurt Eckenrode, Quinlan Kauffman, Eli Holloway, Kaleb Lippy, Steve Rous...

Warrior Softball: Division Champs

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
May 13, 2016
Filed under Spring Sports

The softball team was able to clinch the top of its division after beating the Dover Eagles on their home turf 9-0. Earlier this season when the Warriors hosted the Eagles, the game went into 12 extra innings which came out to be a 2 hour and 45-minute game. Both teams fought hard to the end, but the...

Susky Track & Field Takes On Gettysburg

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
May 4, 2016
Filed under Spring Sports

The Susky track and field team faced off against Gettysburg for their fourth meet on Tuesday, April 12. Despite an impressive effort, both the boys and girls teams lost narrowly to the Gettysburg warriors. While preparing for the meet, many athletes were aware that the Gettysburg Warriors wo...

Warrior Sports Wrap-up: April 25-30

Warrior Sports Wrap-up: April 25-30

Katelin Tyler, Reporter
May 3, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Spring Sports

Softball Starting off the week, softball played away at Central York high school on Monday and unfortunately lost their game 2-7. As the week progressed, the softball team hit another rough patch when they lost their game 4-2 against Spring Grove on Wednesday. The final game was Saturday, but  it was...

Spring Sports Roundup: April 4-8

Spring Sports Roundup: April 4-8

Ally Kerr, Assistant Sports Editor
April 13, 2016
Filed under Spring Sports

Baseball   The baseball team finished 2-1 this past week with big wins against Delone Catholic (15-6) and New Oxford (13-10). The Warriors lost their Friday game against York Suburban (4-1 ). The highlight of the week was their win against New Oxford where they battled back after losing by 8 runs...

March Madness Champions

March Madness Champions

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
April 8, 2016
Filed under Athletics

After all the tears have been shed and the brackets have been busted, we’ve finally made it to the finals championship. Starting off with the women, after having a dominating season winning all 43 games to get to this point, the Huskies were trying to make history. The UCONN Huskies could have been  the first team in history to ...

Girls Lacrosse Game Ends in Defeat

Girls Lacrosse Game Ends in Defeat

Jake Smith, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
April 1, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Spring Sports

  In the most important game of their season yet, Susky girls lacrosse was unable to overcome York Catholic on Tuesday evening.   The early-season matchup saw two top YAIAA teams competing for bragging rights. Despite two goals each by senior Maddie Ellis, junior Rachel Marshner and sophomor...

Track and Field Enthusiastically Kicks Off the Season

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
March 24, 2016
Filed under Spring Sports

Although spring sports have only recently begun, Susquehannock’s Track & Field team is charging into a packed schedule of meets and invitationals. The team kicked off the season in full swing during “Meet the Team” night at the high school on March 14. An energetic preseason has ...

Boys Volleyball Welcomes a New Head Coach

Abby Deter, Reporter
March 24, 2016
Filed under Athletics

As the spring sports season starts up, the boys volleyball team is happy to welcome Donna Sheddy as the new head coach to replace retired head coach Rob Marrison. Sheddy has a son who played boys volleyball all four years that he attended Susquehannock High School, and this is her first year as a coa...

Women’s March Madness is Back

Women’s March Madness is Back

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
March 17, 2016
Filed under Athletics

This year’s March Madness tournament starts off with a tribute to last year’s champions, the Lady Huskies from The University Of Connecticut (UCONN). They finished off last season with a stellar 31-1 record and went on to win the championship for the 5th time in 6 seasons. This year’s co...

Swim Team has Success at Districts

Swim Team has Success at Districts

Logan Garvey, Features Editor
March 17, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

  The swim team officially ended their season by going to districts on Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5 at Cumberland Valley School District.   Those who went were chosen by their overall scores. Those in the top sixteen relays or  in the top twenty-four individual swimmers from their enti...

A Glimpse at Spring Sports: First Competitions

A Glimpse at Spring Sports: First Competitions

Ally Kerr, Assistant Sports Editor
March 17, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Spring Sports

  Spring sports got lucky during the first two weeks of practice this year, taking in the sunshine to get ready to compete in their first games for the 2016 season. Track and Field   Boys and girls varsity track and field teams will begin their season at Northeastern on Tuesday, March 29 at 3:...

Softball has High Hopes for Upcoming Season

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
March 15, 2016
Filed under Spring Sports

With the Warriors' first game is coming up within the next 2 and half weeks, the team has nothing but high expectation considering the Warriors have qualified for counties, districts, and/or states within the past 10+ years. Plus, with new coaches Jeff Dierdorff and Holly Long, the Warriors feel they...

Girls Basketball Raided By Raiders

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
February 29, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

After being pushed out of the county semifinals, the girls basketball team got ready for the first round of districts on Feb. 17, 2016.  After things didn’t go so well in counties, it was the girls' chance to prove where they belonged. The girls were the 4th seed in district standing, and they f...

Girls Basketball Regroups

Girls Basketball Regroups

Abby Deter, Reporter
February 29, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

Ending their season last week in the first round of the district playoffs, the girls basketball team is regrouping. Senior Ashley Stone, who will be playing Division II basketball at Shippensburg University next year, was very happy with the season. “I think the season was pretty successful....

Warriors Can’t Push Past Panthers

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
February 22, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

In county semifinals, the girls were more than ready to face the Central York Panthers. The girls survived round one of counties, but now it was time for them to face their toughest challenge. The Central York Panthers are the only team this season that have given the girls a loss. Fresh off ...

Savin Continues the All State Legacy

Abby Deter, Reporter
February 19, 2016
Filed under Athletics

The girls volleyball program has a long legacy of at least one girl being honored with the All-State award every year. This year the legacy is continued through senior Laura Savin. Savin has played for Susquehannock’s volleyball program since seventh grade and also plays club volleyball outside ...

Warrior Wrestlers Establish Success

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
February 19, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

An inside look at the Warrior Wrestling program during the 2015-2016 winter sports season.

Spring Athletics Start to Warm Up

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
February 18, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Spring Sports

This year’s spring sports teams, softball, girls/boys lacrosse, baseball and boys volleyball,  are getting ready for a new season.   Baseball and Softball : The Warriors look to have a promising season after finishing last season with an 8-10 record, a motivation for the team to go further than last season. With almost a month of practice, the Warr...

Seniors Swim their Last Event

Seniors Swim their Last Event

Kelcie Baker, Reporter
February 16, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

With a large crowd roaring in the bleachers, the seniors swam against Northeastern for their last meet before the championships  on January 28. Many of the seniors were sad to say goodbye to the sport they have been dedicated to for the last four years. Senior  swim captain Gibson Porter is...

Peyton Wins Super Bowl 50

Peyton Wins Super Bowl 50

Matthew Schoedel, Reporter
February 11, 2016
Filed under Athletics

Former number one overall pick Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers fought against and lost to another former number one overall pick Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos this Sunday at Super Bowl 50.    To get to the Super Bowl, the Broncos won a close game against intense rival Tom Brady and the...

Warriors Win Division

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
February 8, 2016
Filed under Athletics

The Lady Warriors won their division at home with an undefeated division record of 14-0 on January 29. The team went into this game with their heads high, looking to clinch the division title against the Dover Eagles, repeating the same motto used in every game “play hard and smart defense.” ...

Warrior Wrestling with a Huge Win Against the Bulldogs

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
February 8, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

Wrestling West York was the one of the prime examples of how the wrestling team’s season  came down to a couple of points. The team managed to pull out a 36-30 win against the Bulldogs on a final match win by senior Michael Younkin. “I had been looking up my opponents record for the past wee...

New Softball Coach Brings Exhilaration to the Team

New Softball Coach Brings Exhilaration to the Team

Ally Kerr, Assistant Sports Editor
February 4, 2016
Filed under Athletics

  Following a chaotic yet successful season where the head and assistant coaches resigned mid-season, the high school’s administration hired a new softball coach.    Having an excessive amount of coaching experience at Dallastown High School and the travel-tournament team PA Ballhawks, J...

Susky Girls Raise Hope With Hoops

Susky Girls Raise Hope With Hoops

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
January 28, 2016
Filed under Athletics

County rivals York Suburban and Susquehannock faced off to raise awareness for Gastric Cancer in this year’s Hoops For Hope charity game last week. The Trojans came out running and gunning, taking a 10-4 lead in the opening quarter. Trojan star Molly Day looked on to lead her team to a victory since they lost in a previous game. The Trojans tried to stun the Warriors as they at...

Setting Stone In History

Setting Stone In History

Danielle Jackson, Sports Editor
January 20, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

Star senior guard Ashley Stone is trying to make her way to becoming the 18th player at Susky to reach 1,000 points. During her freshman season, Stone didn’t get as much playing time as she hoped, but that didn’t stop her from shining whenever she hit the court. During her freshman year, she only averaged about 2 points a game and  scored 44 point...

5 Tips About Skiing for Beginners

5 Tips About Skiing for Beginners

Logan Garvey, Features Editor
January 15, 2016
Filed under Athletics

Ski Club kicked off the winter season by heading to Ski Roundtop Wednesday, Jan. 13 after school.   The club gives students an opportunity to meet with their friends after school to go skiing and snowboarding.    Although many people in the club already know how to ski or snowboard, the g...

Swim Team Carries Spirit

Swim Team Carries Spirit

Kelcie Baker, Reporter
January 13, 2016
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

The swim team swam a difficult race against Dallastown.

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Susky Swimmers Find Success

Danny McNair, Video Journalist
January 13, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

Take a look at what the Susquehannock High School Swim Team is up to this season.

Girl Ballers’ Stellar Season Continues

Girl Ballers’ Stellar Season Continues

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
January 12, 2016
Filed under Athletics

Starting off their season with a 2-0 record, the ladies raised some eyebrows, showing improvement from last season.  Already surpassing last year’s wins total, the Warriors started off the season with a full 7-0, beating top tier teams such as repeating champions Donegal and York Suburban by d...

Boys Basketball: Week in Review

Boys Basketball: Week in Review

Ally Kerr, Assistant Sports Editor
January 12, 2016
Filed under Winter Sports

   Coming back from holiday break well rested, the boys basketball team played three division games to mark the middle point of its season.    Due to suspensions and one injury, the Warriors were down four key players at the beginning of the week, impacting the outcome of the first two games. U...

Tournament sets tone for Warrior Wrestling

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
December 28, 2015
Filed under Winter Sports

The wrestling team made its way to Donegal High School for a tournament on Saturday, December 19. With 25 teams in the tournament, senior Mike Younkin saw the value in hiking to it. “Coach sends us to this tournament to get a feel how districts are because it’s a two-day tournament which is how dist...

Warriors Score a Win

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
December 22, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

The Warriors faced off against York Suburban on Dec. 15.  The girls were on the road for their game. Undefeated York Suburban was a tough challenge. During the first quarter, it was a lopsided game with the Trojans up by 10. After a shaky first half, freshman Jayla Galbreath set off a spark w...

Swimming into the New Season

Swimming into the New Season

Kelcie Baker, Reporter
December 21, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

The swim team starts off strong at their first invitational of the season.

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Susky Swimmers Take Home a Win

Susky Swimmers Take Home a Win

Karly Matthews, Editor-in-Chief
December 21, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

  Susquehannock swimmers splashed into the season; girls and boys won against Southwestern teams on December 17.   The girl swimmers have waited five years for this win, and while the boys have had some success in the few years, this win was still momentous. Boys won 84-78, and girls came ou...

Basketball Season Opener Sets Tone

Basketball Season Opener Sets Tone

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
December 17, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Winter Sports

The Warrior teams went up against the Northeastern Bobcats in their season opener. Susky girls went into the game 2-0 after their stellar tournament win. Senior Ashley Stone had to step up the leadership by guarding Northeastern's best player Jordyn Kloster. Kloster has already surpassed the milestone of 1,000 career points ...

Boys Basketball Jumps Into The New Season

Boys Basketball Jumps Into The New Season

Ally Kerr, Assistant Sports Editor
December 15, 2015
Filed under Winter Sports

   The boys basketball team opened their season at home with a 58-44 win against Littlestown on Saturday, December 5, 2015.   The Warriors kept the lead the entire game and was able to go deep into the bench to get a lot of players on the court.   Junior guard Adam Hedgeland scored 11 p...

Let the ‘Pin’ Begin

Michael Younkin, Commentary Editor
December 7, 2015
Filed under Winter Sports

   Wrestling rooms all over the country opened their doors on November 16, and  Susquehannock is working hard to go even farther than it did last year.    Over the last two seasons, the Warrior wrestling team has come from a no-win season to finishing last season with 13 wins and 8 losses, gi...

Golden State Goes Undefeated

Golden State Goes Undefeated

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
December 4, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The Golden State Warriors are putting their spot in the NBA’s history books, starting off the season 20-0. Warrior fans had high hopes for their champions and were ready to see how their champions would start the new season. The Warriors won their first game as Stephen Curry dropped 40 point...

Boys Soccer Finishes a Season to Remember

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
December 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

A reflection on how the boys soccer team fought to create a historic season.

Girls Soccer Ends a Historic Season

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
November 23, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

As basketball executive and former Los Angeles Lakers coach, Phil Jackson once said, “The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” And with the season the players on the girls soccer team just had, the players could not have accomplished all they...

Cheerleaders Add Some More “spirit”

Cheerleaders Add Some More “spirit”

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
November 23, 2015
Filed under Winter Sports

The cheerleading team has found fresh new faces to add to its spirit squad. This year's tryouts consisted of 35  girls trying out for the varsity squad. The girls started off by replicating a dance created by senior captains Nia Bennett and Alexandra Manker. Bennett was surprised with th...

McDonnell: State Bound and Proud

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
November 17, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports, Features

A famous American entrepreneur, Jim Rohn, once said, “Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines practiced every day.” This is exactly the case for senior cross country runner Joey McDonnell. McDonnell has been running since he was in eighth grade, and to say he’s blossomed into one of Susque...

Boys Soccer Advances to Semifinals of the State Tournament

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
November 17, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

First Round of States The Boys Varsity Soccer team took down the Somerset Golden Eagles with a score of 3-0 in the first round of the state tournament. The team traveled three hours to play at Holidaysburg in Blair County. For the majority of the match, the Susquehannock Warriors possessed the b...

A Turn Around Season For Football

A Turn Around Season For Football

Ally Kerr, Assistant Sports Editor
November 16, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

   The football team ended their season on a high note by advancing their record to 5-5.    Throughout the past few years, the football team has been largely overlooked due to its losing record. However, the team turned that around this year.   Senior Nick Chamberlin expected this out...

Senior Warriors Own the Night

Senior Warriors Own the Night

Karly Matthews, Editor-in-Chief
November 10, 2015
Filed under Athletics

  Underneath “Friday Night Lights,” senior football players and cheerleaders celebrated a 44-13 victory over Dover High School on their senior night, Friday, November 6.   With local headlines reading “New Era For the Warriors,” the team was enjoying a better season than it had seen in...

Susky Swimmers Splash Into Season

Susky Swimmers Splash Into Season

November 10, 2015
Filed under Winter Sports

“Swimmers take your mark,”  the referee says. Preparing yourself for the swim of your life,  you step onto the board, and you know that in a matter of seconds you will be hitting water. The sound goes off, and that is your queue to dive in; you are swimming as fast as you can trying to beat the ...

McDonnell and Banchiere Dominate in Cross Country

Grace Burns, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
November 4, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports, Features

 Two sets of unwavering eyes belonging to two exceptional cross country runners are not letting the finish line out of their sight this season.     These eyes are those of seniors Joey McDonnell and Rachel Banchiere, who are leaving unforgettable legacies as runners.  Both hold school reco...

NBA: 1 Down, 81 More To Go

NBA: 1 Down, 81 More To Go

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
November 4, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

  This year’s NBA 2105-2016 season opened up with a double header on a Tuesday night. Some teams upgraded with free agents while others lost their best players but that’s no excuse to not push yourself throughout the rest of the season. The first game of the doubleheader was the Cleveland Cavalier...

Boys and Girls Soccer Appreciates Seniors

Logan Garvey
October 29, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

  Boys and girls soccer recognized senior players at their games on Monday, October 12 and Tuesday, October 13.   The boys won their game against Biglerville 4-0, and the girls soccer team tied their game with Dover 0-0, which caused girls soccer to go into double overtime.   After t...

Seniors Play On Their Turf One Last Time

Seniors Play On Their Turf One Last Time

Ally Kerr, Assistant Sports Editor
October 29, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

   The 2015 senior field hockey players played their last home game on their turf against Delone Catholic, where the Warriors won 8-0. As the girls walked across the field on Monday, October 19, with their parents while their future plans, memories and notes to their parents, coaches, and teamma...

JV Boys Soccer Finishes Undefeated

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
October 22, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Take a look at how the JV Boys Soccer team fought for a season to remember.

Volleyball Digs Deep at Dig Pink

Jake Smith, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
October 20, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports, News

  Girls volleyball hosted Dig Pink, its annual fundraiser for breast cancer research, at an impressive game against Eastern on Thursday night.   The match was over after just three games, proving the success of the team this year.   The event started off with the crowning of junior Dean L...

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