Palmyra used its defense to help put points on the board Friday, Oct. 2, for a 17-6 road win at Steel-High to remain in a three-way tie at 2-0 with Camp Hill and Middletown.
A first-quarter blocked punt by Mason Cooper in Steel- High territory set up a 26-yard field goal by Ethan Harro, his fifth of the year, that accounted for the only scoring in the first half. Full Story
Trojans Tromped By Bishop Mc’D
The Bishop McDevitt Crusaders cruised to a 42-7 victory over Hershey in front of a sparse crowd at Hersheypark Stadium on a windy, bone-chilling rainy Friday night Oct. 2 to remain undefeated midway through the season. Full Story
Falcons Squander Opportunity in First Loss
Lower Dauphin Football
The first loss stings. The first loss feels unnatural. The first loss has a habit of bringing seemingly untouchable teams up close and personal with their weaknesses. Full Story
The Lower Dauphin tennis team hosted a Rally for the Cure tennis event at Hershey Country Club, Sunday, Oct. 4th. The event raised $1,000 for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Full Story
‘We Came Together and Executed’
Once again, Hershey kept neighboring Milton Hershey from winning at least one set Tuesday, Oct. 6, but needed a late-game rally to win the opener 25-23, then closed it out with 25-14 and 25-10 victories for the sweep. Full Story
Becher-Canis Connection Leads Falcon Booters
Boys’ Soccer Wrap
Jackson Becher and Matt Canis have emerged as potent scoring threats for the Lower Dauphin boys’ soccer team this season despite limited minutes due to the Falcons’ deep bench. Between them, they have 22 goals.
Both were in fine form Tuesday, Oct. 6, in a Mid-Penn Keystone Division match at LD against Mechanicsburg. Full Story
LD Dealt First Loss of Season
Field Hockey Wrap
Lower Dauphin suffered its first loss of the season, but it came at the hands of one of the nation’s best.
The Churchwomen of Episcopal Academy, who traveled nearly two hours to face LD in the Falcon Classic, beat the Falcons 2-1 in a shootout in the championship game.
“They are very, very good,” Lower Dauphin field hockey coach Linda Kreiser said. Full Story
Hershey Girls’ Streak Burst by Bubblers
Girls Soccer Wrap
Just when it looked like the Hershey girls’ soccer team was on its way to its best season since 2010 when it won the PIAA-AAA championship, the Trojans got tripped up in a nonleague road game.
Boiling Springs, the No. 3 ranked team in District 3-AA, remained unbeaten with a 1-0 home win over Hershey on Monday, Oct. 5. Full Story
Spartans Fall to Camp Hill
Milton Hershey Football
Milton Hershey’s three-game winning streak was snapped by the Lions of Camp Hill in a 31-27 loss, Friday, Oct. 2.
Camp Hill (1-1, 5-0), which is battling Palmyra for the top spot in the Mid-Penn Capital Division, churned out 193 yards on the ground in the win. Full Story
Mattie Krouch poses for a picture with her favorite Hershey Bear, Travis Boyd, during the welcome party for season ticket holders at Giant Center on Tuesday, Sept. 29. The Bears home opener is set for Saturday, Oct. 24, versus Hartford. Photo: Kevin J. Fischer. Full Story
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