‘A Guy Who Was Relentless’
Hatalowich At Big 33
The prep football career of Lower Dauphin’s George Hatalowich is now complete and what a career it was.
The Davidson College-bound LD battering ram culminated his four-year run with the Falcons by playing in the 59th annual Big 33 Football Classic on Saturday, June 18, at Hersheypark’s concrete palace. Full Story
Connor Buggy makes a nice play for Hummelstown in a June 15 game. Full Story
Swimmers to Compete In Olympic Trials
From Sun Country…
Sun Country will have four swimmers competing in the U.S. Olympic team trials in Omaha, Neb., on June 28 with a chance to earn a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.
The list includes: Full Story
H’town Flamingos Kick Off ‘16 Season
The Hummelstown Flamingos “dolphin” kicked off its season Saturday, June 18, with a dual meet against the Annville-Cleona Otters.
The Flamingos fell to the Otters by a score of 309-201 for the girls and 334-156 for the boys. Full Story
Can Youth Sports Be Fun Again?
With Dwindling Numbers…
The first ever “State of Play,” a meeting to discuss the state of sports in Derry Township, was held at the Hershey Public Library on Thursday, June 16.
The meeting was organized by The Joy of Sports Foundation, which is hoping to shift more focus toward having fun in sports and less focus into competition. Full Story
Teener A Baseball
H’town: 14 Palmyra: 2
Carson Kulina of Hummelstown strokes a two-run single in the second inning, Tuesday, June 21. Full Story
‘Cats Beat First Place Linglestown
East Shore Twilight
Hummelstown ended its two-game losing streak in the East Shore Twilight Baseball League with a 6-1 win while handing first-place Linglestown its second consecutive loss on Tuesday, June 21, thanks to the five-inning, one-hit shutout effort of Casey Kulina for his initial victory. Full Story
Kiessling Recognized At Lebanon Valley
Lower Dauphin grad Marshal Kiessling was recently named to the ECAC South Division III All- Stars as a member of Lebanon Valley College’s 2016 baseball team.
Kiessling earned first-team recognition as a utility player, playing third base, catcher and in the outfield for the Flying Dutchmen this season. Full Story
Lower Dauphin grad Lindsay Cassel took The Sun down under when she went to Melbourne, Australia, where she represented the USA Athletes International as a member of the field hockey team. Full Story
Gazzio Named to MPC First Team
Hershey girls’ lacrosse defensive player Alexis Gazzio was named to the First Team of the Mid-Penn Conference All-Stars for 2016.
Gazzio was not included in the list of Mid-Penn All-Stars in the June 16 issue.
Gazzio will attend the University of Delaware this fall and plans to play field hockey. Full Story
W.E.S. Hanover Golf July 15
The 13th annual golf outing of the W.E.S. (West- East-South) Hanover Business Association will be held Friday, July 15, at 8 a.m. at Deer Valley Golf Course, 101 Stoudt Road, Hummelstown.
Entry fee for the fourperson scramble event is $65 per player and includes green fees, cart, lunch, beverages, and prizes. Full Story
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