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Manzeil finally gets drafted

Collin Riley
May 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

  This year’s draft, on May 8, had some of the most talented players coming out of college.  For the first time, a running back was not drafted until the third round, but the biggest shock of all was the wait quarterback Johnny Manzeil had to endure while being chosen.  Manzeil was not drafted...

Softball advances in post season

Softball advances in post season

Julie Reed
May 15, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The softball team had a strong start to their post-season with a 8-3 win against Kennard-Dale in the YAIAA semifinals Monday, May 12 at Spring Grove.   Read More »...

NHL semi-finals brings twist

Trystan Williams
May 14, 2014
Filed under Athletics

With the first round of the Stanley Cup conference quarterfinals completed, four teams in each conference remain in the semifinals fighting for the beloved Cup. Read More »...

Track and field team finishes strong

Track and field team finishes strong

Luke Bond
May 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Features

While the boys and girls track team cannot win the division this year, they still have a lot to look forward to in the post season and next season. Read More »...

The girls lacrosse team charges through competition

Grace Burns
May 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The girls lacrosse team, 8-4, has had an auspicious season, perhaps propelling them into a solid post-season run. Read More »...

Warrior Baseball keeps the streak alive

Warrior Baseball keeps the streak alive

Bethany Miller
May 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Susquehannock added an eighth win to their winning streak on their Teacher Appreciation Day, coming up big against the visiting Fairfield, 16-1. Read More »...

Bubba Watson redefines golf

Bubba Watson redefines golf

Nolan McGraw
May 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics

After a long cold winter, the annual Masters tournament at Augusta National returned and Bubba Watson celebrated as he won his second green jacket. Read More »...

Johnson’s trade leads to a downfall

Johnson’s trade leads to a downfall

Tyler Ritz
May 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Jim Johnson, a former Baltimore Orioles closing pitcher,  was  signed by the Oakland A’s over the postseason of last year but to many people’s surprise Johnson's appearances were  disappointing. Read More »...

Pirates vs. Brewers brawl leaves three suspended

Pirates vs. Brewers brawl leaves three suspended

Tyler Ritz
May 5, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Two players, along with  Milwaukee head coach, were ejected from last Sundays’ game on April 20 for a bench clearing brawl between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Milwaukee Brewers. Read More »...

Desean Jackson moves to D.C.

Desean Jackson moves to D.C.

Collin Riley
April 18, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  The release of Desean Jackson from the Philadelphia Eagles was one of the most memorable drops of the NFL offseason, upsetting many Eagles fans and pleasing Redskins fans. Read More »...

UConn wins 2014 March Madness

UConn wins 2014 March Madness

Nolan McGraw
April 18, 2014
Filed under Athletics

 It’s been a wild ride that has lived up to the name of March Madness.  If your bracket was busted, you are not alone.  The way this tournament has played out has been far from predictable, and now it’s all over. Read More »...

Orioles come out on top on Opening Day

Bethany Miller
April 9, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  The Baltimore Orioles were able to edge out the World Champion Boston Red Sox, 2-1 in their home Opening Day on Monday, March 31 at Camden Yards. Read More »...

Capitals struggling in the home stretch

Trystan Williams
April 9, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

 With less than two weeks remaining in the NHL regular season, it is hard to picture the Washington Capitals making the playoffs for the seventh consecutive season. Read More »...

NBA MVP race revs up

Collin Riley
April 9, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The NBA season is almost over, and the MVP race has many people concerned about who will win.   Read More »...

Boys Lacrosse team ambitious for this season

Luke Bond
March 31, 2014
Filed under Athletics

   A new Susquehannock lacrosse season has arrived, and the Warriors have a new mentality. Read More »...

NFl free agency makes a surprising start

Nolan McGraw
March 31, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  The NFL world never stops spinning as free agency recruiting started on March 11.   Usually this is a time for below average teams to sign some big name players in order to excite their fan base.  However, this year has been a bit different. Read More »...

Selection Sunday stuns fans

Bethany Miller
March 31, 2014
Filed under Athletics

College basketball fanatics watched the TV intently on Sunday, March 16 as the NCAA tournament bracket was revealed. Read More »...

March Madness lives up to its name

Bethany Miller
March 31, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament, known formally as March Madness, is certainly living up to its name. Read More »...

Girls basketball season ends in disappointment

Girls basketball season ends in disappointment

Bethany Miller
March 18, 2014
Filed under Athletics

History repeated itself once again when the Susquehannock girls basketball team lost 48-46 to West Perry in the District 3 Class AAA championship game on Saturday, March 1.   All five seniors, Makenzie Fancher, Shannon Druck, Katie Wagner, Abbey Barnhart, and Jess Voltaggio, were all a part of the stinging loss in the district finals last season whe...

Coach Lewis leads a new era in Warrior football

Collin Riley
March 17, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The Warrior football team ended its season with a total of three wins, an improvement from past seasons. Read More »...

Amidst signing new players, O’s impress in spring training

Bethany Miller
March 11, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Finishing last season with a record of 85-77, the Baltimore Orioles are back at work in Sarasota, Florida for spring training with returning players and even some new faces in the mix. Read More »...

The girls lacrosse team catches a fast break into the spring season

Grace Burns
March 11, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  Coming off of an 8-7 winning record from last spring season, the girls lacrosse team is diligently preparing for an even more successful upcoming season. Read More »...

Boys tennis looks to build on success

Nolan McGraw
March 6, 2014
Filed under Athletics

 The boys tennis team is getting ready for what they hope is another successful season after finishing with an overall record of 9-4 last year. Read More »...

Warriors swimming earns a spot in districts

Warriors swimming earns a spot in districts

Julie Reed
March 1, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  The YAIAA swimming championships took place at 1:00 on Saturday, February 15 at Central York High School. Read More »...

Boys volleyball team prepares to spike the competition

Karly Matthews
March 1, 2014
Filed under Athletics

After last year’s 6-6 record, the boys volleyball team is ready to start working hard to improve in their upcoming season. Read More »...

Skating back into the NHL post-Olympics

Trystan Williams
March 1, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  When NHL players return from the Olympics, there will be less than two months remaining before playoffs start. Two of the three local teams, the Flyers and Penguins, would make the postseason if it were to end today. Read More »...

Softball slides into a new season

Collin Riley
March 1, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The softball team has a lot to make up for as they start their 2013-14 season, especially coming back from an 11-8 record last season, falling short of a district title, and losing in the first round of the tournament. Read More »...

Peyton Manning not as efficient after week 17

Elijah Holloway
February 20, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

  Somewhere in the midst of the 43-8 beatdown the Denver Broncos took at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII, Peyton Manning went from a record-setting quarterback back to a playoff failure.   With a postseason record of 11 wins, 12 losses and eight first game losses, Manning is commonly...

Warrior baseball hopes for a season filled with home runs

Abigail Bentz
February 12, 2014
Filed under Athletics

The Warrior baseball team is determined to make a run in the state tournament this spring. Read More »...

O’Brien leaves PSU

Collin Riley
February 4, 2014
Filed under Athletics

    After two seasons with a tattered program, Bill O’Brien led his team to a record of 15-9; O’Brien then left the program for a head coaching position in Houston to replace Gary Kubiak. Read More »...

Clayton Kershaw stll impresses

Tyler Ritz
February 4, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Nicknamed the claw for his style of pitching, Clayton Kershaw spent little time making his way to the top of the charts. Read More »...

Ice hockey skates to success

Ice hockey skates to success

Collin Riley
February 4, 2014
Filed under Athletics

   Not commonly known by many students, the combined  (students from both Susquehannock and Kennard Dale) ice hockey team is starting the new year with the goal of more victories and a post-season run.   The team is not school sanctioned, which means it is not actually a school sport where...

Alex Rodriguez suspension reduced

Nolan McGraw
February 4, 2014
Filed under Athletics

   Alex Rodriguez is back in the news with his suspension reaching its final ruling. Read More »...

Super Bowl predictions by Bond

Luke Bond
February 4, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Super Bowl XLVIII kicks off in New Jersey at Metlife Stadium this Sunday at 6:30 p.m., featuring the Seattle Seahawks vs. the Denver Broncos. Read More »...

Druck takes a shot at Division I

Druck takes a shot at Division I

Elijah Holloway
January 31, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Features

“I started basketball when I was little; my mom signed me up without me knowing.”   From a surprise trip to basketball practice to now, senior Shannon Druck has come a long way.   Druck accepted a full scholarship in November to play division one college basketball at Holy Cross University. ...

Toronto defeats Detroit in their first Winter Classic

Trystan Williams
January 27, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  The sixth annual Winter Classic was held on January 1, 2014, Toronto came out victorious by a score of 3-2. The game was held at  Michigan Stadium, home to the University of Michigan Wolverines, between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs. Read More »...

Florida State wins National Title over Auburn

Nolan McGraw
January 17, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  This year’s BCS (Bowl Championship Series) National Championship was played in Pasadena, California on January 6, 2014. Read More »...

Playoff predictions by Bond

Luke Bond
January 17, 2014
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

The NFL playoffs have heated up as eight teams have been whittled down to four: the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks.  Read More »...

Girls basketball back in the postseason chase

Girls basketball back in the postseason chase

Elijah Holloway
January 17, 2014
Filed under Athletics

Warrior girls basketball, coming off an 18-9 season and playoff run, now stands in the midst of a playoff chase with a record of 12-3. Read More »...

Wrestling takes third place in the Warrior Invitational

Wrestling takes third place in the Warrior Invitational

Julie Reed
January 16, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  Susquehannock hosted the newly created Susquehannock High School Warrior Invitational Wrestling Tournament on Saturday, January 11. Read More »...

Swimmers keep their heads up

Swimmers keep their heads up

Grace Burns
January 15, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  Despite a rough start to the season, the boys and girls swim teams are eager to turn their record around. Read More »...

Boys basketball suffers tough losses

Boys basketball suffers tough losses

Bethany Miller
January 13, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  The Warrior boys basketball team had a rough start to their winter season; with a record of 4-6, the team has come up short against tough competition such as the Spring Grove Rockets and the Hanover Nighthawks. Read More »...

NFL wildcard playoffs

Julie Reed
January 13, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  After 17 weeks of regular season play, the NFL was able to sort out the best six AFC and six NFC teams in order to compete for a spot in Super Bowl XLVIII. Read More »...

Flyers take down Caps for first time this season

Trystan Williams
January 6, 2014
Filed under Athletics

  The Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals faced each other for the third time in the 2013-2014 NHL season, and the Philly finally came out victorious by a score of 5-2. Read More »...

Swimming starts a new season

Julie Reed
December 4, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  Both the boys and girls swim teams have been preparing and have hopes of surpassing their achievements of last year. Read More »...

Boys soccer makes deep post season run

Julie Reed
November 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  Boys soccer lost its chance to claim the district title after getting bumped out of districts due to a loss to Oley Valley on Monday, October 28. Read More »...

World series coverage

Tyler Ritz
November 1, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Lions faced off in the American League Championship to see who would claim the spot in the six games of regulation of World Series. Read More »...

Girls basketball has high hopes for new season

Girls basketball has high hopes for new season

Collin Riley
November 1, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  The girls’ basketball team finished their post season with a double overtime thriller last year, against Delone Catholic.   Read More »...

Field hockey advances to postseason

Field hockey advances to postseason

Nolan McGraw
November 1, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Head coach Sharon McLaughlin talks to her team at the beginning of the season. By: Jessica Sprenkle  The Girls Varsity Field Hockey team advanced to the postseason after a season ending with a record of 6-2. Read More »...

Soccer and volleyball continue postseason runs

Bethany Miller
November 1, 2013
Filed under Athletics

SOCCER: The boys soccer team took down the #1 ranked Gettysburg Warriors, 4-2 in penalty kicks, in the quarterfinals of the district tournament on Thursday, October 24 at Hershey Stadium. With the score at 0-0, senior Timmy Wilson shot past Gettysburg’s goalie to end the game sending Susquehannock to...

NFL season excites going into midseason

Elijah Holloway
October 31, 2013
Filed under Athletics

At the end of week eight, the top five stories to care about include multiple injuries and shocking records.   Read More »...

Fall sports postseason updates

Bethany Miller
October 27, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Three fall sports are currently representing Susquehannock well in all of their postseason runs, check what has happened in the latest action. Read More »...

Welch makes USA U19 lacrosse team

Julie Reed
October 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  Susquehannock junior Katelyn Welch has been selected to play on the USA U19 Select Lacrosse team. Read More »...

Golf team tees off against competition

Bethany Miller
October 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The Warrior golf team finished third overall in YAIAA Division II, and had an impressive, yet quick post-season run. Read More »...

‘Dig Pink,’ or go home

‘Dig Pink,’ or go home

Matthew Mitzel
October 17, 2013
Filed under Athletics, News

The girls volleyball team won its 5th Dig Pink game against rivalry team Central Panthers last Thursday night. Read More »...

Watch the Powder Puff game…again

Matthew Mitzel
October 16, 2013
Filed under Athletics, News

Below is a link to the 2013 Powder Puff game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGeMp-ZmYko The game took place on Wednesday, October 9, the week of homecoming. The seniors took the win, 46-30. The crowd went wild thanks to the male cheerleaders getting the girls rallied up for an exciting game. Read ...

Girls tennis storms into the season

Trystan Williams
September 20, 2013
Filed under Athletics

   Warrior tennis has come out strong this season, 3-1. Read More »

Girls volleyball maintains an undefeated record

Girls volleyball maintains an undefeated record

Julie Reed
September 20, 2013
Filed under Athletics

   The girls volleyball team racked up two wins on Thursday, September 5 at their home game against Red Lion and on Tuesday, September 3 at their away game against South Western. Read More »...

Boys soccer stays dominant

Boys soccer stays dominant

Bethany Miller
September 20, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The Warrior boys soccer team is back again, starting a new season with a 5-2 record and a strong veteran roster. Read More »...

Football starts off the season right

Football starts off the season right

Bethany Miller
September 5, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The varsity football team started off a new season with a senior night win against Kennard Dale, 27-18, to end their season with one win. Read More »...

York Revolution opens in the Atlantic League with special promotions

MCheers
May 23, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  The York Revolutions kicked off the 2013 Atlantic League opening game at the Sovereign Bank Stadium in York against the Bridgeport Bluefish with a loss of 1-0 on Thursday, April 18. Over the weekend, three games were played, incorporating some special surprises for spectators. On Saturday in a rematch against the Bluefish (2...

Indoor color guard takes fourth place at championships

Indoor color guard takes fourth place at championships

GDalpezzo
April 23, 2013
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Athletics

The high school indoor color guard has been working hard three days a week since December in order to prepare for the Keystone Indoor Drill Association Championships, or KIDA.     KIDA is an association that holds competitions for indoor color guard and indoor drumline.  A typical indoor season lasts from December until late M...

Quentin vs Greinke: Who is to blame?

Bethany Miller
April 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

  A brawl broke out between San Diego Padre Carlos Quentin  and Los Angeles Dodger Zack Greinke on Thursday, April 11. Read More »...

Track and field team runs strong

Track and field team runs strong

MCheers
April 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics

 The track and field team is back with new tactics and methods of preparing their bodies for competition. Read More »...

NHL regular season coming to an end

Trystan Williams
April 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  With the shortened NHL regular season coming to an end rather quickly, teams are racing to get any points they can. Whether it be a shootout loss or a win, there has been a struggle for popular teams to make it into the playoffs, but with only a few weeks left, teams are clenching down.   Read Mor...

Basketball players receive ‘All Star’ recognition

Basketball players receive ‘All Star’ recognition

Konnie Brown, News Editor
April 4, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Senior Tyler Brooks and junior Shannon Druck have both been dubbed All Stars for their respective basketball teams. Read More »...

Orioles’ Spring training report

Bethany Miller
March 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Coming off their best season in 15 years, the Baltimore Orioles are already in full swing in Sarasota, Florida at their spring training facility. Read More »...

Girls Basketball post season

Matthew Mitzel
March 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Girls basketball ended the season with the record of 16-7 and has now moved on to districts. Read More »...

Treading water at districts

Gabrielle Corey
March 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  The 2012-2013 swim season came to an end at the PIAA District III Swimming Championship at Cumberland Valley on Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2. The official season record was 3-5 for the boys and 2-6 for the girls. Read More »...

Treading water at districts

Gabrielle Corey
March 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The 2012-2013 swim season came to an end at the PIAA District III Swimming Championship at Cumberland Valley on Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2. Read More »...

Warriors able to swim upstream to districts

Bethany Miller
March 18, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The members of the swim team have swum all season to try their luck in the much-anticipated postseason, both Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2, the boys and girls team swam, possibly for the last time in Districts. Read More »...

Girls Basketball advances at Hershey

Girls Basketball advances at Hershey

Matthew Mitzel
March 11, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  With a win of 59-53, Susquehannock Warriors beat Lancaster Catholic (Crusaders) on Saturday, February 23 at Milton Hershey High School. Read More »...

Senior night at Susky

MShade
February 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  At the end of the winter sports season, senior night brings all the players together to celebrate their hard work and commitment to the team. Read More »...

Wrestling grudge match

ZLeonard
February 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The boys wrestling team faced, their rival, the Kennard-Dale Rams on January 30 at 7:00 PM. Read More »...

Swimming Senior Night

Julie Reed
February 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Many watched as 18 seniors swam in their last season meet on Thursday, February 7th at the Shrewsbury YMCA. Read More »

A goal is better than a dream

DGittings
February 22, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The boys basketball team had a crushing win over Littlestown High on Thursday, January 31 with a final score of 61 to 43. Read More »...

National Signing Day

Bethany Miller
February 21, 2013
Filed under Athletics

National Signing Day is among one of the biggest days in a high-school athletes career. Read More »...

What’s Next for Ray Lewis

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief
February 21, 2013
Filed under Athletics

   After 228 regular-season games, 50 career takeaways, 12 Pro Bowl appearances, and two Super Bowl wins, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis retired after a 17 year career. However, the question still remains; what will Ray Lewis do next? Read More »...

Club sports takeover student-athletes

Bethany Miller
February 11, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Walking through the hallways are student-athletes who are not only playing sports for our school but who are also playing for different club teams all around York County. Read More »...

Penn State Punishment: Too Harsh

ZLeonard
February 9, 2013
Filed under Athletics, Commentary

In 2011, PSU assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted of sex abuse toward children;this made me sick. Read More »...

Better, faster and stronger

MCheers
February 9, 2013
Filed under Athletics

   Speed, strength, agility, and smarts; these are some traits that define a baseball player. Read More »...

Warriors vs. Eagles: A true test of skill

ZLeonard
January 23, 2013
Filed under Athletics

  On January 8, the 9-2 girls basketball team ventured into York Suburban, putting the Warriors on top in their division with a 12-13 record overall. Read More »...

Head swimming coach Wingert gives update on the team

GDalpezzo
January 23, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Coach Wingert high-fives one of his swimmers. Photo by: Dallas Gittings  Head swimming coach Brian Wingert discusses the progress of the swim team, revealing inside information on how the season has been and where it is going. Read More »...

Seven NFL coaches fired Black Monday

Gina Corey, Editor-in-Chief
January 23, 2013
Filed under Athletics

      Football fans are calling the day seven NFL coaches and five general managers were fired from their respective teams “Black Monday.”  Read More »...

Boys basketball shows progress

MCheers
January 23, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The boys basketball team, which currently holds a 13-4 record, believes they have what it takes to go to states this season. Read More »...

Wrestling team tries to pin a win

Trystan Williams
January 16, 2013
Filed under Athletics

The wrestling team’s record sits at 0-9; however, the team has quite a few successful individuals that possess great talent. Read More »...

Girl’s lacrosse intense preseason already showing results

Bethany Miller
January 15, 2013
Filed under Athletics

Coming back from a 9-5 season, a short run in Districts, and a new coach, the girls lacrosse team is already back at it with the start of an intense preseason. Read More »...

Navy vs. Army: An American football tradition

ANovak
December 18, 2012
Filed under Athletics

The 113th annual Army vs. Navy football game ended in a victory for the Navy team, 17-13. Read More »...

Swim season begins

Reporter Morgan
December 18, 2012
Filed under Athletics

The first swim meet for the boys and girls varsity swim team was December 8. Both teams are in the process of finding out strengths and weaknesses. Read More »...

Small numbers counteract wrestlers’ hard work

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
December 18, 2012
Filed under Athletics

Hard work and serious conditioning go into training for a wrestling match, but the boys wrestling team, 0-2, may not be able to muster up enough points with so few teammates. Read More »...

Hockey season wastes away due to contract negotiations

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
December 7, 2012
Filed under Athletics

Hockey fans are disappointed as more of the season slips away because of money. All games scheduled on and before December 14th have been cancelled as the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Player's Association try to come to a compromise on salary and other working conditions, also k...

Winter Sports Kick-Off

Reporter Morgan
December 7, 2012
Filed under Athletics

With the winter season starting up, so is the kick-off for winter season sports of boys and girls swimming, basketball, and wrestling. Read More »...

Week 13 finishes with a bang, play off list started

Hailey Page, Assistant Editor
December 7, 2012
Filed under Athletics

With week thirteen of the NFL season coming to a close, it can be hard to keep up with what teams are winning and what teams are losing, making staying up-to-date even worse is all the lingo and sports talk that some of us just can’t keep up with. In simple terms it comes down to who’s wi...

Homecoming football game shows the team’s perseverance

Homecoming football game shows the team’s perseverance

Molly Stanley A&E Editor
November 9, 2012
Filed under Athletics

The Warrior football team had their homecoming game against New Oxford, which ended with a score of 38-12.  The game was on Friday, October 19.  Head coach Bill Kerr knew the team, heading into the game, was prepared.  “I think our kids were prepared.  They were excited [and] ready to play. ...

Strong bonds–big victories

Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter
October 15, 2012
Filed under Athletics

  The Girls Varsity Tennis Team won their second division title in two years, as of September 27th. Players attributed the victory not only to their hard work and hours of practice, but to their strong team unity. Team bonding activities are a part of the many sports teams, and freshman Sy...

Golf advances to districts

ANovak
October 11, 2012
Filed under Athletics

After competing in counties, Susquehannock golf advances to districts, represented by sophomore Caleb Bryant. Leading into counties, the entire team worked very hard, placing third in every game played. Bryant credits his success to the team’s different in-depth practices. The first prac...

Varsity Boys Soccer kicks it up a notch

Reporter Morgan
October 11, 2012
Filed under Athletics

The varsity boys soccer team has faced defeat, but the group is still going strong with a new head coach, James Shenk. Read More »...

Volleyball off to great start

Travis Crane, Reporter
October 4, 2012
Filed under Athletics

 In for the kill: Sophomore Brittney Fitzgerald spikes the ball against the opposing Lady Lions to score a point for the Warriors. Photo by Travis Crane The girls volleyball team is off to another great start this season, remaining undefeated (8-0). The team may have lost valuable players this ...

Robby’s rants: Orioles make it ‘snow’

Robert Pugaczewski Sports editor
September 21, 2012
Filed under Athletics

Somebody get me my winter coat; it’s going to snow! The Baltimore Orioles are actually a contender for first place in the American League East. It has been a usual Baltimore season with the O’s starting off on fire, and after a certain amount of time they have sunk down. This time though they have...

Home field advantage

Robert Pugaczewski Sports editor
September 21, 2012
Filed under Athletics

  All athletes would agree that there is a significant difference between playing on grass as apposed to playing on turf. One of the teams that suffers the most from the difference of fields is ironically field hockey. Senior Taylor Cubbler has her opinions on the turf versus grass struggl...

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