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Girls Basketball Wins District Opener

Girls Basketball Wins District Opener

Jacob Ness, Reporter
February 24
Filed under Showcase, 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 Swimming Looks to End Season with Strength

Susky Swimming Looks to End Season with Strength

Dan McNair, Video Editor
January 19
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
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
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
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
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 ...

NHL Season Causes Rivalry Between Teachers

NHL Season Causes Rivalry Between Teachers

Madison Gillespie, Reporter
November 7
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...

Swim Team has Success at Districts

Swim Team has Success at Districts

Logan Garvey, Features Editor
March 17
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...

Girls Basketball Raided By Raiders

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
February 29
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
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
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 ...

Warrior Wrestlers Establish Success

Dan McNair, Video Journalist
February 19
Filed under Winter Sports

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

Seniors Swim their Last Event

Seniors Swim their Last Event

Kelcie Baker, Reporter
February 16
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...

Warrior Wrestling with a Huge Win Against the Bulldogs

Mallory Lebo, Reporter
February 8
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...

Setting Stone In History

Setting Stone In History

Danielle Jackson, Sports Editor
January 20
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...

Swim Team Carries Spirit

Swim Team Carries Spirit

Kelcie Baker, Reporter
January 13
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
Filed under Winter Sports

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

Boys Basketball: Week in Review

Boys Basketball: Week in Review

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

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

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Basketball Season Opener Sets Tone

Basketball Season Opener Sets Tone

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
December 17
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
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
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...

Cheerleaders Add Some More “spirit”

Cheerleaders Add Some More “spirit”

Danielle Jackson, Sports Reporter
November 23
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...

Susky Swimmers Splash Into Season

Susky Swimmers Splash Into Season

November 10
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 ...

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