Ben Simmons: Better to Trade than to Keep

Ben Simmons: Better to Trade than to Keep

Matthew Schwanke, Reporter

January 14, 2020

Nov. 20, 2019. Two seasons in the NBA- 172 games.  Zero for 17 on three-point shooting.  Ben Simmons would hit his first three-point shot during this game against the lowly New York Knicks.  The Wells Fargo Center burst into an eruption of screams, cheers and clapping. Simmons’s teammat...

Boys Basketball Contends for Districts

Boys Basketball Contends for Districts

Anna Joy, Reporter

January 14, 2020

The boys basketball team lost to York Suburban on Friday, Jan. 10, 69-55. In the first half, the Warriors created chaos defensively and moved around well offensively, according to Coach Andy Shelow. Shelow says the difference in the game came down to rebounds. The team got out-rebounded 18-6 in the...

The Life of David Stern Through Photos

The Life of David Stern Through Photos

Blake Ramey, Reporter

January 13, 2020

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“Little Man” Returns For His Final Season

“Little Man” Returns For His Final Season

Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

December 20, 2019

Little Man makes a return to the wrestling team for his final season. After waiting three weeks, he decided to return and make a difference on the team. Jack Stoneberg, one of the coaches, talked about how important Little Man is.  “We were hurt by the fact that he did not come out, an...

Boy Ballers Took on the Irish

Boy Ballers Took on the Irish

Mackenzie Womack, Sports Editor

December 6, 2019

Boys Basketball scrimmaged against York Catholic on Nov. 23 at Susquehannock High School. This allowed the players from both teams be more aware of what the season may bring. Senior shooting guard Jake Eden discussed how he can take the scrimmage and use that in a game situation when the regular ...

Boys Basketball Looks to Have Success

Boys Basketball Looks to Have Success

Blake Ramey, Reporter

December 6, 2019

Finishing tryouts the week before Thanksgiving break,  the  boys basketball team scrimmaged against York Catholic on Saturday, Nov. 23. Junior Nick Holloway is ready for the season to start.  “The scrimmage got us prepared, and we’re feeling confident as a team going into the season,” sai...

Students Sign Letters of Intent

Students Sign Letters of Intent

Mateo Vega, Reporter

December 5, 2019

A few senior students have recently signed their letters of intent, committing to colleges to play sports. They were asked a few brief questions about this next chapter in their lives. ...

Walker Stands Out on the National IMG Team

Josh Franklin, Reporter

November 22, 2019

New Freedom native Jarace Walker is ready to make an impact during his second year at International Management Group (I.M.G.) Academy in Bradenton, FL. As a basketball player, Walker stood out at the age of 13 and was known all around York County. “My first dunk was in a high school game in 7th grade. It was...

Girls Cradle Hopes for Next Season

Kyle Joy, Reporter

November 21, 2019

  The new season for girls lacrosse is already here. Players, such as junior Rachel Oestrike, are very excited about this season and some even think it will be one of their best seasons.   Oestrike said, “Last season we had a relatively young team, so I think this year we will be e...

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