Spartans Look to Leave Their Mark
MHS Boys Basketball Preview
Mark Zerbe’s Milton Hershey basketball team was quite the topic of conversation last season.
There was, after all, plenty to talk about regarding the Spartans’ 25-3 (11-1) winter, which included its good and not so good moments. Full Story
‘Six Guys’ to Get Job Done
LD Boys Basketball Preview
When it comes to the tightest core in Mid- Penn basketball, there’s no denying that Lower Dauphin’s six-pack deserves a spot in the debate.
It is, after all, a six-pack with the potential to turn more than a few heads this winter. Full Story
Cougars ‘Senior-Heavy’ This Year
Palmyra Boys Basketball Preview
Most basketball coaches would be grateful to have three or four proven senior leaders on hand in any given season.
Pete Conrad needs both hands just to count his.
In his eighth season, the Palmyra headman welcomes back eight seniors from last year’s talented squad, a unit that saw its season end in heartbreaking fashion. Full Story
Trojans Building Team Chemistry
Hershey Girls Basketball Preview
Regardless of what happens with the Hershey girls’ basketball team this season, coach Ron Moore is certain of one thing. The Trojans will do it together. Full Story
Spartans Hoping to Build on Last Year
MHS Girls Basketball Preview
The Milton Hershey girls’ basketball team is hoping to build upon last year’s positive season. The memory lingers from the Spartans’ last game.
Coach Nancy Black’s girls won their last six games of the regular season to finish 16-6 and qualify for the District 3-AAA playoffs. Full Story
Field Hockey Team
The Alley Cats U19 field hockey team recently won gold at the National Hockey Festival in Palm Beach County, Fla. Full Story
Seventeen-year-old Austin Schreffler (above left) bagged this 150-pound bear on the last day of the season in northern Lycoming County while 14-year-old Jason Tomasic (above right) of South Hanover T Full Story
‘Different Guy Every Night’
Hershey Boys Basketball Preview
Dylan Painter left the Hershey basketball program with some big shoes to fill.
Very big, in fact.
The size of shoe one can only imagine a 6-10, shot-blocking, rebound grabbing, paint-dominating Villanova recruit lacing up. Full Story
Cougars Need Help From Youth
Palmyra Wrestling Preview
As Palmyra wrestling continues to battle through the tough trend of a shallow roster, the Cougars have quietly developed another habit.
Representation on the District 3 individual stage.
It’s a tendency that started back in 2010 with Ben Martin, a 220-pound legend in the Cougar ranks. Full Story
‘I’d Like to Go to the Olympics’
At Hershey Aquatic Club…
Hershey seventh-grader Ben Musante says his ultimate goal is go get to the Olympics like David Nolan nearly did this past year when Nolan just missed qualifying for the games in Rio.
Musante has been swimming for the Hershey Aquatic Club for seven years, joining the program when he was 7 years old. Full Story
Taylor: Who’s Going to Step Up?
MHS Wrestling Preview
At this point last year, Jim Taylor was feeling secure about his team.
But things have changed this season.
And that fact brings a smile to the face of Milton Hershey’s head wrestling coach.
“Last year we knew what we had ... things became comfortable,” Taylor said. Full Story
Falcons Take Down Palmyra
On the CPIHL’s opening night, Oct. 31, Lower Dauphin surprised defending Bears Cup champion Palmyra by skating to a draw with the Cougars at Klick-Lewis Arena. Full Story
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