Girls Varsity Soccer Bonds Over Season

Girls Soccer Varsity Players celebrating during a game. 
Photograph by Tim Flaherty

By Curtis Clark, Reporter

November 8, 2019

The girls soccer team had a solid season, 9-4-2, full of team bonding.  Sophomore Shelby Derkosh has been on varsity the past two years; however, this year was different. “The soccer team this year has been very close, and we’re all best friends," said Derkosh. "I made a lot of new friends...

Field Hockey Loses Fight in District, County Play

KC making a pad save against the Southwestern Mustangs. Photographed by Liz Dauberman

By Matthew Schwanke, Reporter

November 5, 2019

The Lady Warriors finished their season with an 11-7 record, including one win against Dallastown.  They lost in the first round of districts against Central and in the first round of counties against Manheim Central.  This team seemed to have a strong connection this year which was a big reason for t...

Boys Soccer Kicks It into States

Warriors celebrating after scoring another goal. Photograph by Maggie Grim

By Evelyn Weldon, Reporter

November 5, 2019

Boys Soccer beat Hershey on Nov. 2 at home to place third in districts and qualify for states. This is the first time boys soccer is going to states in four years. Head coach and Physical Education teacher Brett Maxwell is thankful for his team's work ethic throughout the season.  Maxwell said, “...

Boys Soccer Advances to States

Senior Jonathan Lippy takes a free kick at midfield. Photograph by Maggie Grim

By Blake Ramey

November 5, 2019

The boys soccer team won against Hershey on Saturday, Nov. 2 by a score of 2-0.  The Warriors scored a controversial goal when sophomore Fallou Cisse took it from the goalie and put one in the back of the net, but it was called back by the ref.  Senior Jon Lippy managed to make a penalty kick ...

Boys Soccer Makes it to County Championships

Senior captain Greyson Murray dribbles the ball down the field passing the Wildcat defender. 
Photo by Ava Holloway.

By Ava Holloway, Reporter

November 5, 2019

The boys soccer team continued post season play in the county championship against the Dallastown Wildcats on Oct. 19. The York Daily Record called it the "Battle of the Century" as both teams went into the game with undefeated records. Head Coach Brett Maxwell has been coaching here for seven years; he had specific hopes for the team, as well as claiming the title...

Football has Bright Spots in Losing Season

Football has Bright Spots in Losing Season

By Tricia Rawleigh, Reporter

November 1, 2019

With the loss against York Suburban on Friday, Oct. 25, the football season has come to an end, 4-6. Head coach Steve Wiles was proud of the way the boys played this season. “They were all one score games, so we lost very close games," said Wiles. "I was hoping to get another win or 2, and they...

Boys Cross Country Qualifies for States

The Warriors boys cross country team smiles after qualifying for the state tournament.  Photograph by Jim Lebo

By Blake Ramey

October 31, 2019

The boys cross country team made history, finishing third at the District 3 meet, and are on their way to states. Freshman Matt O’ Brien ran 16 minutes 45 seconds in an astonishing performance.  The Warriors came in as an underdog against Wyomissing Area and ended up grabbing a win by 36 points. ...

Girls Volleyball Season Ends

Junior Leah Wilkinson and sophomore Emily Sweitzer go up for the block. Wilkinson is successful with the block and stops the ball in its tracks. 
Photo by Stephanie Graffin.

By Blake Ramey

October 29, 2019

The girls volleyball team defeated the York Catholic Fighting Irish on Oct. 24 at Dallastown in the quarterfinal round of the YAIAA county championships. The Warriors won 3-2 in sets against York Catholic. The Warriors played the Central York Panthers in the semifinal round of the YAIAA county tournament on T...

Warriors Fall Behind in County Championships

Head coach Brett Maxwell gives is team the talk in order to win this competitive game. At halftime, the score is 0-0. 
Photo by Mackenzie Womack.

By Mackenzie Womack, Ava Holloway, Sports Editor, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Boys Soccer Remains Strong

The public address announcer introduces the starting lineups prior to the key YAIAA division II matchup for boys soccer between Susquehannock and West York on Sept. 19. Starting for the Warriors is Nolan Holloway, Fallou Cisse, Jason Smiley, Aaron Filsinger, Nick Holloway, Mason Kaifer, Ian Brusse, Jonathan Lippy, Greyson Murray, Nathan Weldon and goalkeeper Nick Koval. Photograph by Maggie Grim

By Blake Ramey

October 21, 2019

The boys soccer team has successfully completed an undefeated season and scored a division championship while doing so.  The team currently has 16 wins, 0 losses and 2 draws, and they are first in the district.  The team is ranked seventh in the state of Pennsylvania and 161 in the nation. ...

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