Romjue Finishes Off Strong

Romjue and his opponent shake hands and congratulate one another after the match is finished. Photograph by Mackenzie Womack.

By Blake Ramey

March 15, 2020

Senior wrestler Colby Romjue may be one of the best wrestlers Susquehannock High School has ever witnessed. Ever since Romjue was a freshman, he has been very successful. Romjue has wrestled in the 160 pound weight division during his wrestling career. He had an overall record of 22 wins and 7 losses and went to ...

Warrior Swimming Stays Alive

Warriors take silver in the 400 free relay and set a new school record with a time of 3:19.06. Photo via @SuskyWarriors on Twitter.

By Blake Ramey

March 9, 2020

The swim team had two swimmers and one diver showcase strong performances at the PIAA District III Championships.  The Warriors, as a team, took third overall. Sophomore Max Pflieger was crowned the 2A Diving Champion. Pflieger placed first at Big Spring High School as he performed th...

Pflieger Heads to State Championships

The swim team gathers in the pool at the end of the meet for a final ‘huddle.’

By Blake Ramey

February 28, 2020

Sophomore Max Pflieger placed first at the PIAA District 3 diving championship at Big Spring High School on Tuesday, Feb. 18.  Pflieger performed the highest, scoring dives on 7 of the 11 rounds of the competition with his total point value out scoring the second place diver by 91 points.  He...

Boys Basketball Makes Districts After 14 Year Drought

Boys Basketball Makes Districts After 14 Year Drought

By Ava Holloway, Reporter

February 20, 2020

 “It feels amazing to know that we are doing something that has not been done in over a decade.” Sophomore starter Jalen Franklin couldn’t be  more hyped that the boys basketball team made it to the district tournament after 14 years. All season, the boys fought to  maintain a win...

Girls Basketball Works Hard with a Young Team

The Warriors battle for position to rebound Sophomore Tyler Elliott's foul shot. Tyler Eilliot finished the game with 5 points.
Photograph by Mateo Vega

By Mateo Vega, Reporter

January 23, 2020

The girls basketball team has struggled through this season with a 5-12 record; however, the team focuses on the positives.

Girls Basketball Handles Losing Season

The Warriors watch as Sophomore Tyler Elliott sinks a foul shot. She is 28 for 47 on foul shots for the season.
Photograph by Mateo Vega

By Ava Holloway, Reporter

January 22, 2020

Girls Basketball is trying to find their groove after a series of losses, the longest streak being seven games. In their past two games against Kenner-Dale and Northeastern, the Lady Warriors came within three points of beating them. They are working to capitalize on these close games.  

Ben Simmons: Better to Trade than to Keep

Ben Simmons runs into his tunnel with fans cheering for him. Via @sixers on Instagram.

By 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

By 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...

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