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WNBA Finals: The Lynx broke the Fever

WNBA Finals: The Lynx broke the Fever

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
October 19, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

This year’s WNBA final was between  the Minnesota Lynx and the Indiana Fever.  The WNBA finals champion is decided upon by who wins a majority of the games, at least three games. Fans expected the series to go to five games, because these are the best teams in the league going head to head. ...

Girls Volleyball Rivalry: Delone vs. Susky

Abby Deter, Reporter
October 19, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

In the varsity volleyball game between Delone Catholic and Susquehannock High school, the players faced their biggest competition in their season so far. The first game started with Susquehannock having the serve. As the game progressed, Delone slowly took the lead using their incredible defense and...

Boys JV Soccer Continues their Winning Streak

Dan McNair, Reporter
October 12, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

The Boys JV soccer team tied with a score of 1-1 in a rainy battle against Eastern, continuing their undefeated streak this season. Throughout the majority of the match, the midfield players were key for both the Warriors and Eastern Golden Knights. Key players for the warriors included freshman...

JV soccer gains victory over Spring Grove

JV soccer gains victory over Spring Grove

Katelin Tyler, Reporter
October 12, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Rain or shine the Warrior boys JV soccer team showed up to play and defeated Spring Grove this past Thursday, October 1,  gaining a victory over Spring Grove, 4-0. As the morning of the game against Spring Grove arrived, the team figured out what to do to get around the defense to score. Sophomore p...

SMS 7th Grade Football fights thru rain

October 7, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

The 7th-grade football team played against Bermudian Springs at Susquehannock’s home stadium on Wednesday, September 30. Brad Holtzapple,  head coach for the Warriors, felt confident prior to the game.    “ I’d like to predict a winning game for our team,” said Holtzapple, during pre-game warm-ups. ...

Girls Tennis Loses to Dallastown

Ariel Barbera, Reporter
October 7, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

Suquehannock High School’s Girls Tennis team faced off against Dallastown on October 1, 7-0,  Dallastown taking the win. On September 30, the day before the game, Junior Emily Snyder, who has played on the Girls Tennis team for two years now, said that the team felt they were well-prepared for...

JV Field Hockey Remains Undefeated

Emily Christian, Reporter
October 5, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

JV field hockey gave it their all against Eastern on Thursday, October 1, taking home another Warrior win, 2-0. The girls spent their Wednesday practice before the game improving plays through offensive and defensive drills. This paid off and was shown during the game as the team worked together...

Field Hockey Gets 10th Win

Field Hockey Gets 10th Win

Ally Kerr, Reporter
October 5, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports, News

  The Warrior field hockey team improved their record to 10-1 with a victory, 5-1,  over Eastern on Thursday, October 1.    With 40 degrees of gusting raining,  the weather was rough, but senior midfielder Maddie McGowan believes that this game was the best they have played so far this season.   “We had a really good passing game, mak...

Girls Volleyball Dominates the Competition

Girls Volleyball Dominates the Competition

Kelcie Baker, Reporter
October 5, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

The girls varsity volleyball team won their game on October 1 against York High 3-0. Sophomore Amber Bortner thinks her team was very prepared. “York High does not have the same amount of practice time that we get,” said Bortner. “We have really good coaches and a lot of the girls on...

JV Soccer Remains on Top

JV Soccer Remains on Top

Brooke Weber, Reporter
October 5, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

In a complete 5 to nil shutout on Saturday afternoon, the boys Junior Varsity soccer team clinched their tenth victory of the season against Kennard-Dale.   Head coach Brett Maxwell couldn’t be happier with how smoothly the season seems to be going so far. Just before Saturday’s game, he des...

Girls Tennis Loses to Delone

Emily Rivers, Reporter
October 2, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Fall Sports

The girls varsity tennis team lost to Delone Catholic High School on September 28,  0-7. The girls still believed they performed to the best of their ability.   Junior Kimberly Thomas is definitely happy with how the girls played.   “I think we did well just because everyone was reall...

The 2015 Cross Country Team

The 2015 Cross Country Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Steve Stough Assistant Coach: Gail Everhart Volunteer Coach: Matt VonStein 2015 Team Roster See 2015 Schedule Here....

The Varsity/JV Girls Field Hockey Team

The Varsity/JV Girls Field Hockey Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Sharon McLaughlin Assistant Coach: Annamarie Dixon Volunteer Coach: Bill McLaughlin 2015 Team Roster See 2015 Schedule Here....

The 2015 Varsity Girls Tennis Team

The 2015 Varsity Girls Tennis Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Marianne Michels Managers: Evan Brown, Livia Haines, John Yancheski 2015 Team Roster See 2015 Schedule Here....

The 2015 Varsity Golf Team

The 2015 Varsity Golf Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Ray Lingenfelter See 2015 Schedule Here....

The 2015 Varsity/JV Cheerleading Team

The 2015 Varsity/JV Cheerleading Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jessica Beste Jv Coach: Jennifer Beste See 2015 Schedule Here....

The 2015 Varsity/JV Boys Soccer Team

The 2015 Varsity/JV Boys Soccer Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Brett Maxwell Assistant Coach: Scott Kaifer Manager: Matt Keuler 2015 Team Roster See 2015 Schedule Here.  ...

The 2015 Varsity/JV Girls Soccer Team

The 2015 Varsity/JV Girls Soccer Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Pat Brubaker Assistant Coach: Jesse Krotzer 2015 Team Roster See 2015 Schedule Here. ...

The 2015 Girls Volleyball Team

The 2015 Girls Volleyball Team

October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Darla Pennewell Assistant Coach: Joel Oswald Managers: Nate Trego, Kurt Eckenrode, Quinlan Kauffman, Jake Williams, Matthew Rohrbaugh 2015 Team Roster See 2015 Schedule Here....

The 2015 Varsity Football Team

The 2015 Varsity Football Team

September 30, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

 Coaching Staff Head Coach: Steve Wiles Assistant Coaches: Bill Kerr, Rory Hertzog, Scott Mathena, Jerry Errol Harrigan 2015 Team Roster See the 2015 Schedule here....

The 2015 Junior High Football Team

The 2015 Junior High Football Team

September 30, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Toby Bonitz Assistant Coaches: Tim Weigard, Gary Hartsock, Brad Holtzapple Team Roster See 2015 Schedule here....

The 2015 JV Junior High Football Team

The 2015 JV Junior High Football Team

September 30, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports

  Coaching Staff Head Coach: Toby Bonitz Assistant Coaches: Brad Holtzapple, Tim Weigard, Gary Hartsock Team Roster See 2015 Schedule here and here....

Warrior Football Looks Forward to Success

Warrior Football Looks Forward to Success

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
September 24, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Warrior Field Hockey Remains On Top

Warrior Field Hockey Remains On Top

Ally Kerr, Reporter
September 23, 2015
Filed under Athletics

   The Field Hockey team added three wins to their record to keep them undefeated, 5-0. The Warriors played a night game at Dover on Monday, September 14, hosted York Suburban on Tuesday, September 16, and finished their week at Eastern on Friday, September 18.    The team has been preparing for the sea...

NFL Football is in Full Effect

NFL Football is in Full Effect

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
September 20, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

NFL football season has returned; here are the highlights from last week's games.  Read More »...

Warrior Soccer Stores Up Energy

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
September 17, 2015
Filed under Athletics

One or two games a week is usual when looking at a team’s schedule, but three? Read More »

The Golf Team Makes Par

The Golf Team Makes Par

Karly Matthews, Editor-in-Chief
September 17, 2015
Filed under Athletics

  Hoping to make par for the rest of the season, the 2015 golf team made its debut by placing second in the YAIAA Division II Tournament at Pleasant Valley Golf Course on September 8. Read More »...

Warrior Softball: First Look

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
September 16, 2015
Filed under Athletics

From back to back state championship titles in ‘07 and ‘08 to consistent county and district tournament appearances, the softball team has a bar setting reputation. Coming back from a mediocre season, as well as coaches resigning mid-season, the team is not quite sure what to expect this year....

Girls Tennis Serves Up Some Smiles

Girls Tennis Serves Up Some Smiles

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
September 16, 2015
Filed under Athletics

  The girls tennis team is ready to try and make their way back to districts this year, facing Red Lion, Dallastown and Lower Dauphin. Read More »...

Mens Soccer Aims for Playoffs Once More

Matthew Schoedel
September 10, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Finally after months of waiting to step on to the field again, to hear the roar of the crowd, to feel the turf under their cleats, and to redeem themselves from last year, the time has come for the mens soccer team to aim for playoffs once more. Read More »...

Girls Volleyball Ready for a New Season

Emily Christian, Reporter
September 10, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Girls Volleyball is kicking off its new season with high expectations. Read More »...

Warrior Girls Soccer Volleys for Success

Katelin Tyler, Reporter
September 9, 2015
Filed under Athletics

It is three o’clock and sunny as the  girls soccer team steps out on the field preparing for warm-ups. The girls  begin and end with a scrimmage, hoping to gain an advantage over the competition. Read More »...

Athletes Welcome New Trainers

Josia Tourville, Reporter
September 9, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Athletes are transitioning from having one familiar face to having two new athletic trainers. Before Jason Schoonover started his job on September 10 as one of Susky's new athletic trainers,  Jason was a clinical athletic trainer at Wellspan. He is a Lock Haven University graduate and currently live...

Field Hockey Takes to the Field

Field Hockey Takes to the Field

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
September 9, 2015
Filed under Athletics

This is the kind of team that will try to defy all odds. The field hockey team has been preparing all offseason to get to the big prize: a state championship.  Read More »...

Red Land Baseball Inspires Susquehannock

Red Land Baseball Inspires Susquehannock

Karly Matthews, Editor-In-Chief Although it’s only fall, the Lewisberry, Pennsylvania Red Land team’s exciting run in the Little League World Series has Susquehannock buzzing about baseball. Just 32 miles away from Glen Rock, the small town of Lewisberry produced the 2015 United States Little League champion team. The wildly successful season ended with a loss to Japan’s team in the World Series. Red Land, however, remains the US champions, the first Pennsylvanian team to take the title since 1990 when Shippensburg was crowned. Because the team beat out the best of the best in the United States, Lewisberry had had high hopes going into the World Series against the international champion in Williamsport, PA on August 30. With 42,000 sets of eyes watching in the stadium, the game started with an almost shut out by Red Land, and soon, the score was 10-2 in favor of the Pennsylvanian team. However, Japan scored sixteen points throughout the rest of the game, only answered once by the Red Land team. Junior Julien Sherman has traveled to the Little League World Series for a few years now and enjoyed watching the Pennsylvanian team live. “It was a really cool atmosphere to be around because attendance was higher than a regular Major League game,” said Sherman. This year, both Japan and Red Land broke the Little League World Series run record by scoring 23 runs throughout the game according to USA Today. The record has stood firm since 1947. Also, Lewisberry brought the run record for the first inning, by scoring ten. US News describes the teams as having “put up video-game like numbers throughout their all-star runs.” Susquehannock baseball coach Tim Hare watched Red Land’s World Series run, seeing the degree of success that Red Land had. “Obviously it's exciting any time you see kids from our area be able to compete on a national or international level,” said Hare. “We have the capability to do some pretty special things ourselves… and hopefully, by seeing these kids from a local area do so well that they can understand that teams from York County can compete with anybody.” More significant to Lewisberry than the actual World Series game, the Red Land team gathered the small community together through a variety of means. From selling t-shirts to raise money towards the Four Diamonds fund to having an ice cream flavor named in the team’s honor, Red Land has made an impact on its community. As the baseball season approaches, senior and baseball player Connor Hood draws inspiration from the Little League team. “[The team] brought a lot of people together,” said Hood. “I’m always excited for baseball.” Although Red Land was unable to take the World Series title home, the team accomplished a great deal this season and was able to bring its community closer together.
September 8, 2015
Filed under Athletics

  Although it’s only fall, the Lewisberry, Pennsylvania Red Land team’s exciting run in the Little League World Series has Susquehannock buzzing about baseball.    Just 32 miles away from Glen Rock, the small town of Lewisberry produced the 2015 United States Little League champion team...

Cross Country Takes Off with a Bang

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
September 3, 2015
Filed under Athletics

An inside look at how the Varsity Cross Country team is preparing for an important season.

Cheerleaders Strengthen their ‘Pyramid’

Cheerleaders Strengthen their ‘Pyramid’

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
September 1, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Facing reconstruction after  losing six of their most valuable players,  the cheerleaders get to work. Read More »...

Girls Lacrosse Wraps Up a Historic Season

Girls Lacrosse Wraps Up a Historic Season

Grace Burns, News Editor
May 29, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Coming off of a massive win against Cumberland Valley, the girls lacrosse team faced off against Hempfield in the District 3 Semifinals at Hershey High School on Tuesday, May 19. Read More »...

Track and Field is finishing up with a bang

Track and Field is finishing up with a bang

Michael Younkin, Reporter
May 29, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The Warriors track and field team participated in the Herb Shmitt Relays on April 17 with astounding success; the boys team placed second overall in Division II. On the boys end, the results included a first place medal for the javelin and triple jump teams. Their members included team members: Tyler...

Boys Lacrosse Completes Their Postseason Run

Boys Lacrosse Completes Their Postseason Run

Abigail Bentz, Editor-in-Chief
May 15, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Warrior lacrosse has tasted success numerous times this season through earning the title of co-champion of the division, shared with West York, making it to the county finals and finishing their season in districts. Read More »...

Boys Volleyball “Set” Themselves up for Success

Logan Garvey
May 15, 2015
Filed under Athletics

After multiple years of defeat against their rivals, the boys volleyball team finally beat York Suburban in a match while at counties on Monday, May 11. The final score of each set was 25-20, 27-25, 25-18. Stats from the game included: AJ Schaeffer (12 kills, 12 digs, 2 aces), Brian Sheddy (10 kills,...

The NBA MVP: Stephen Curry

The NBA MVP: Stephen Curry

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
May 14, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The NBA Most Valuable Player award goes to Golden State Warrior guard Stephen Curry,  the player that continues to amaze each and every night with his skills and leadership on the court. During the season, Curry amazed the world with his amazing handles and crazy shooting skills from behind the three ...

Several Swimmers Dive into Districts

May 11, 2015
Filed under Athletics

This year’s swimming team achieved the first district title in school history with senior Evan Mosco and junior Gibson Porter receiving a medal in their respective events. Read More »...

DeflateGate Heats Up…Again

DeflateGate Heats Up…Again

Luke Bond
May 11, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots are back in hot water. More information has been discovered and released by the NFL in regards to the Deflate Gate scandal. The New England Patriots were found to have lower air pressure in their footballs in the AFC Championship game against...

The Season Ends with Highs and Lows for Baseball

Abigail Bentz, Editor-in-Chief
May 11, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The baseball team’s season comes to an end after a resilient effort to make postseason. Read More »...

Top Five Prospects Enter NFL

May 7, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The time has come for the nation’s top 5 prospects to enter the NFL. Senior Nicholas DeLuca was very confused during the draft. “I was expecting more trades in the beginning, but there were no trades at all. I was surprised,” DeLuca said.     With the first pick in the 2015 NFL, the Ta...

UCONN Lady Huskies Win It All

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

In the Women's NCAA championship game the mighty UCONN Lady Huskies beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. This season had been nothing but pure dominance for the Lady Huskies. They ended the season only losing one game and winning 34. The Fighting Irish had also been stellar this season, only losing two...

Susquehannock Succeeds at Dallastown Invitational

Susquehannock Succeeds at Dallastown Invitational

Courtney Rodgers, Reporter
May 3, 2015
Filed under Athletics

A select group of track participants traveled to Dallastown for their annual invitational on Friday, April 24. The team had at least one person qualify for all eighteen events that were present in the invitational. There were 8 teams present at the invitational; the Warriors were competing against...

Brooke McGee Commits to NJIT

Brooke McGee Commits to NJIT

Collin Riley
April 24, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Senior Brooke McGee recently signed her national letter of intent to play Division I soccer at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Brooke has been playing soccer since she was on the Youth Club under 11 team.  From that point on she fell in love with the game. McGee was one of the few t...

Boys Tennis Making Great Performances

Stella Trovato, Reporter
April 24, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The 2015 boys tennis team performing well. With their current overall record standing at 5-4, freshman Justin Field feels the team has been  improving and is ready for upcoming matches. “I think [our next match is] going to go well,” said Field.  “I think we are well prepared for the next...

Track Competes Against York Suburban

Logan Garvey
April 16, 2015
Filed under Athletics

  After recalling the opposing team's record, our track team became competitive in last week's track meet against York Suburban. Once done adding up the total points from each event, York Suburban won the meet. Jumping coach for the track team JC Lewis thought that the team should have struggled l...

Krzyzewski: What Next?

Luke Bond
April 16, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

Duke has won its fifth National Championship under Coach Mike Krzyzewski, following a 34 win and 4 loss season. Duke may have had the “quietest” four loss in recent history, hidden from under the blinding glare of Kentucky’s near undefeated season and an even quieter postseason run. The Blue...

Women’s Final Four Preview

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
April 14, 2015
Filed under Athletics

 The final four match ups led up to the NCAA women's championship game on April 7. Read More »...

Lady Lacrosse Warriors Make History

Lady Lacrosse Warriors Make History

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
April 2, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Mark the date for March 24 because the lady lacrosse warriors made history by beating the York Catholic Irish, 6-4. Read More »...

March Madness: A Sweet 16 Update

March Madness: A Sweet 16 Update

Luke Bond
March 25, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

March Madness is upon us, and so is the science of Bracketology. The first two rounds are complete; the Sweet Sixteen teams are set. Key games include: Kentucky and West Virginia, Wisconsin and North Carolina, Arizona and Xaiver, Duke and Utah and NC State and Louisville. Read More »...

March Madness: First Round Results

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
March 20, 2015
Filed under Athletics

What time is it? It's MARCH MADNESS TIME, the biggest month in college basketball you’ll ever witness. Every college basketball fan is looking forward to the NCAA championship going to Kentucky, but what if the #16 seed Manhattan shocks the world? This month is sure to be full of surprises.   Read More »...

Senior Swimmers Say Goodbye

March 20, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Senior swimmers said goodbye to their high school swimming years on February 1 at the final swim meet of the season against Gettysburg. Read More »...

Boys Varsity Volleyball Jumps into New Season

March 20, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Now that the winter sports season has come to a close, spring sports, like boys volleyball, officially began on March 1. Read More »...

Silk commits to Virginia Wesleyan

Silk commits to Virginia Wesleyan

March 18, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Features

Senior Shane Silk has been playing lacrosse since he was in the second grade. His hard work and dedication to the sport has helped him find Virginia Wesleyan College where he will be playing lacrosse for the next four years.   Read More »...

Warrior Baseball is ‘Up to Bat’

Nicole Michels, Reporter
March 13, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Coming off of a victorious season with 15 wins and four losses, the baseball team hopes to accomplish the same goals this year even though it has lost twelve players from last season. Read More »...

Golden State Warriors Win Monday Night Special

Danielle Jackson, Reporter
March 13, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The leaders of the Western conference, the Golden State Warriors and the Phoenix Suns, competed on a Monday night special at the US airlines arena in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.   The Warriors led the Western conference with a record of 49-12 ten games from the second seed. The Phoenix Suns trail in the Western conference 33...

Boys Lacrosse Prepares for a New Season

Boys Lacrosse Prepares for a New Season

Kerrie DeFelice, Reporter
March 9, 2015
Filed under Athletics

After a 13-6 season last year and a brief visit to counties and districts, the boys lacrosse team is looking to go even further. As the season begins, the team is using their preseason conditioning as a good foundation for their skills. Read More »...

Wrestling Team Has Success at Sectionals

Logan Garvey
March 7, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Features

  The wrestling team had the opportunity to send all of their starters to sectionals at South Western High School on February 14. Read More »...

Track and Field: Coming Up Fast

Michael Younkin, Reporter
February 27, 2015
Filed under Athletics, News

Every year, the coming of spring does not just mean the lengthening of the days, the melting of snow, and the return of the birds. To many, it means one thing: track season. Read More »...

Softball Girls Prepare for the Season

Stella Trovato, Reporter
February 27, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The 2015 softball team is looking forward to its upcoming season, beginning with their home game quickly approaching on March 14. Read More »...

Brady: The Greatest To Ever Win

February 18, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

Following his Super Bowl 49 victory this past week, and his fourth league championship in 14 years, Tom Brady has joined a class all of his own and has solidified himself as the greatest quarterback to ever play the game of football. Read More »...

Patriots Fly Home Champions

Patriots Fly Home Champions

February 13, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The New England Patriots brawled their way to victory against the Seattle Seahawks during the Super Bowl XLIX played in Glendale, Arizona last Sunday on February 1. Read More »...

Color Guard Goes to First Competition

Color Guard Goes to First Competition

Logan Garvey
February 9, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Features, Showcase

  With lots of nerves and hopes of receiving an excellent overall score, the indoor color guard team went to their first competition on Saturday, January 31 at Conestoga Valley High School. Read More »...

Deflategate Needs to Lose Some Hot Air

January 30, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The NFL and the media have continuously- and needlessly- harassed the New England Patriots over the last two weeks. Read More »...

Students Predict the Result of Super Bowl XLIX

Students Predict the Result of Super Bowl XLIX

Abigail Bentz, Editor in Chief
January 29, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary, Showcase

While students have stayed loyal to their respective teams in the NFL for months, they must now choose to support one of two teams for the Super Bowl. Read More »...

Super Bowl Predictions

Super Bowl Predictions

Luke Bond
January 25, 2015
Filed under Athletics, Commentary, Showcase

The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks have claimed their respective conference crowns and are on their way to Super Bowl XLIX. Read More »...

BCS National Championship Surprises Some

Luke Bond
January 18, 2015
Filed under Athletics

The BCS National Championship game ended in an outcome which seemed improbable to most, impossible to others. Read More »...

Goodbye, Stuart Scott

Goodbye, Stuart Scott

January 16, 2015
Filed under Athletics

After a long and courageous battle with cancer, Sports Center correspondent Stuart Scott passed away on January 4, 2015. Read More »...

Head Football Coaching Vacancy Opens

Luke Bond
January 9, 2015
Filed under Athletics

Despite the team’s dreadful record in recent years, the varsity football team always attract a large crowd at Susquehannock. After last season’s 1-9 record, varsity football coach and high school math teacher JC Lewis has decided to step down as head coach following his first season in charge of...

Wrestling Team Aims to Pin

Wrestling Team Aims to Pin

Luke Bond
December 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Winter sports have officially commenced, and Warrior wrestling is in full swing. Many of the wrestlers have been showing up since the summer time for workouts and are in great shape to win plenty of matches this season. Read More »...

College Football Playoff Predictions

College Football Playoff Predictions

December 11, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

   With the playoffs being new to the 2014 college football season, it is hard for anyone to predict exactly what will happen in the four slot playoff. Read More »...

Boys Basketball Seeks Wins

Luke Bond
November 25, 2014
Filed under Athletics

It was evident when speaking to the three Warrior basketball captains this season, senior Aaron Portner, junior Josh Stoneberg, and junior Nick Tannura, something was not the same. Read More »...

Swimmers Dive Into Preseason

Swimmers Dive Into Preseason

Karly Matthews, Assistant Editor-In-Chief
October 29, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Showcase

Since fall sports have come to a close, Susquehannock swimmers have started preparing for their upcoming winter season. Read More »...

Memorable Endings for Susquehannock’s Fall Sports

Memorable Endings for Susquehannock’s Fall Sports

Abigail Bentz, Editor in Chief
October 29, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Features

Susquehannock’s fall sports are coming to a close but not without some memorable endings. Read More »...

Boys Soccer Clinches the Division

Boys Soccer Clinches the Division

October 23, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The boys soccer team didn't disappoint the students and staff this year when the players clinched the YAIAA Division II championship on Tuesday, October 7. Read More »...

Fantasy Season More Than Halfway Over

October 23, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

Halfway through the NFL season, the contenders need separated from the pretenders in the world of fantasy football. Read More »...

Girls Volleyball Seniors Receive Recognition

Girls Volleyball Seniors Receive Recognition

October 19, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Showcase

Girls volleyball celebrated its seniors Tuesday while playing against the Gettysburg Warriors, marking the last time that seniors Abigail Bentz, Stephanie Bortner, Ashley Bortner, Kaila Glenn, Kerrie DeFelice, and Brittney Fitzgerald will ever play a game on their own court. Junior Laura Savin and...

Why Football is Doomed

Jake Smith, A&E / Features Editor
October 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary, Features

Football is America’s favorite pastime. We as a country have yet to find a sport or TV show more captivating than the spectacle of the game. It seems like good, clean fun, no matter who you are and who you root for. However, if this was true at one point, it isn’t true now. Scandal after scandal...

Friday Nights Homecoming Events

Friday Nights Homecoming Events

Kerrie DeFelice, Reporter
October 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Showcase

To start off homecoming weekend, students watched the crowning of the homecoming queen and Friday’s football game against York Suburban. Before the game, the homecoming court, accompanied by their parents, walked the field and awaited the student body’s decision of homecoming queen. The court cons...

Warrior Soccer Falls Short in Counties

Abigail Bentz, Editor in Chief
October 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics

With boys varsity soccer holding the Division II title and girls soccer sharing their division title, both teams look to continue their success entering postseason. Read More »...

Usha Baublitz Wins Tennis Singles Counties Title

Usha Baublitz Wins Tennis Singles Counties Title

Kerrie DeFelice, Reporter
October 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Senior Usha Baublitz has been playing tennis competitively for 6 years and has recently brought home the title of Class AAA Single Counties Champion back to Susquehannock. “I’ve put a lot of work into this sport through the years,” said Baublitz. “Just this summer, I [made] goals that I wanted...

Caleb Bryant Wedges His Way To Districts

Caleb Bryant Wedges His Way To Districts

October 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Features

Senior Caleb Bryant is excited for the biggest season in his 13 years of golf. Read More »...

Student Voice: Fall Sport Captains Comment on Season

Student Voice:  Fall Sport Captains Comment on Season

October 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

Fall sports  captains are speaking out on goals and progress. *Not pictured are field hockey captains seniors Amber Orner and Elizabeth Ferg, as well as junior Megan Green. ...

Girls Soccer Kicks into Gear

Girls Soccer Kicks into Gear

October 2, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The girls soccer team  has won seven of its last nine games and is undefeated in their division at 7-0. This is a colossal advancement from last season, where the team struggled to put together five wins throughout the entirety of the season. Read More »...

Cross Country Push through Races

Cross Country Push through Races

September 28, 2014
Filed under Athletics

How to Deal With Sports Injuries

How to Deal With Sports Injuries

Kerrie DeFelice, Reporter
September 25, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary, Features, Showcase

Sitting on the sideline due to an injury just doesn’t compare to playing on the field or court with your team. Athletic trainer Mike Fleming has treated student athletes for 12 years. He has always stressed to us the importance of injury prevention. Read More »...

Boys Soccer Seeks Another State Title

Boys Soccer Seeks Another State Title

Kerrie DeFelice, Reporter
September 25, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Showcase

Currently first in the Division II standings,  boys soccer is one step closer to reaching their goal of winning the division, counties, and then states led by their ten seniors and second year coach Brett Maxwell. Read More »...

Major League Postseason Predictions

Major League Postseason Predictions

September 25, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

In this year’s Major League Baseball season,  the teams making the postseason are highly unexpected. Read More »...

Varsity Football Preseason Outlook

Varsity Football Preseason Outlook

September 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The varsity football team is excited to start a new season with their new head coach JC Lewis. Read More »...

Susquehannock shines in spring sports postseason

Bethany Miller
May 19, 2014
Filed under Athletics

As the school year comes to an end, so does the regular season of spring sports, beginning the much anticipated postseason. Every sport at Susquehannock went on to compete in the playoffs and some are still holding on in the district tournament. Read More »...

MLB replay system gets mixed reviews from fans

MLB replay system gets mixed reviews from fans

Nolan McGraw
May 18, 2014
Filed under Athletics

A new policy has arrived that has changed the game of baseball.  In an effort to make baseball calls more correct, managers are now allowed to challenge calls in a game. Read More »...

Warrior baseball loses two key games

Warrior baseball loses two key games

Bethany Miller
May 18, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The Warrior baseball team lost in extra innings, 6-5, against the visiting Southwest Mustangs on Susquehannock’s senior night. Read More »...

Jameis Winston gets ‘crabby’

Luke Bond
May 18, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

Florida State quarterback and 2013 Heisman winner Jameis Winston has been in the news numerous times involving scandals these last few years. Read More »...

Rice pleads not guilty

Rice pleads not guilty

Collin Riley
May 18, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Rice had trouble in the 2013 season with injuries and lack of rushing yards.  Now Rice faces troubles off the field with allegations accusing him of domestic abuse. Read More »...

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