Hockey season wastes away due to contract negotiations

By Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter

December 7, 2012

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

By Reporter Morgan

December 7, 2012

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

By Hailey Page, Assistant Editor

December 7, 2012

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

By Molly Stanley A&E Editor

November 9, 2012

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

By Mikayla Mayoryk Reporter

October 15, 2012

  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

By ANovak

October 11, 2012

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

By Reporter Morgan

October 11, 2012

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

By Travis Crane, Reporter

October 4, 2012

 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’

By Robert Pugaczewski Sports editor

September 21, 2012

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

By Robert Pugaczewski Sports editor

September 21, 2012

  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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