Spartans boil Over Against bubblers
Milton Hershey Football
Milton Hershey stayed in stride in the Mid-Penn Capital Division title race with a 40-3 win over Boiling Springs on Oct. 14.
Winning big has become habitual for Jeff Boger’s unit, which defended its Henry Hershey turf with the type of showing its competition has come to dread. Full Story
Cougars Rebound With Win at Home
Palmyra bounced back following its first loss of the season against Middletown, downing Capital Division opponent Steel-High by a 42-14 mark in its homecoming game Friday, Oct. 14. Full Story
Julius in National Spotlight For Post About Disorder
Joe Julius has made headlines over the past two weeks, but not for his booming kickoffs or big hits on opponents.
Julius, a 2014 Lower Dauphin grad, is in the national spotlight for going public on his battle with an eating disorder. Full Story
Mistake-Plagued Falcons Fall to Sus. Township
Lower Dauphin Football
A four-pack of first-half turnovers grounded Lower Dauphin in its 26-7 loss to Susquehanna Township on Oct. 14.
“We can’t make that many mistakes and win football games,” head coach Greg Kratzer said.
Especially against a team loaded with physical specimens. Full Story
Trojans Dispatched by Red Land
With three games remaining on its schedule, Hershey (0-7) is still in search of its first win following a 40-7 defeat at the hands of Keystone Division leader Red Land on Friday, Oct. 14.
The Trojans will get their best opportunity to pit a victory in the win column when they take on winless Mechanicsburg on Friday, Oct. 21. Full Story
Falcons, Trojans Qualify For D3
Things turned out pretty well for Lower Dauphin and Hershey at Saturday’s Mid-Penn Conference Class 3A Cross-Country Championships at Big Spring High School in Newville. Full Story
Hershey Moves On in Districts
District 3 Tennis
Hershey advanced to the semifinals of the District 3-AAA team tennis tournament, where it took on Dallastown in the semifinal round Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the Hershey Racquet Club.
The Trojans, who are seeded second, earned a firstround bye and then took down New Oxford 5-0 Tuesday, Oct. 18. Full Story
Spartans carve Out A Win Over cedars
Girls Soccer Wrap
The Milton Hershey girls saved one of their best games of the soccer season for Saturday, Oct, 15, at Lebanon.
For the second straight year, the Spartans defeated the Cedars in nonleague play. Full Story
Ed’s Top 10
Field Hockey class AAA
(Through Oct. 18 results)
Continuing this week, and up until the District 3 field hockey playoffs, I’ll be posting my own Top 10 rankings of the 24 Class AAA teams (for fun and discussion purposes only).
Factors used will include quality wins, quality losses, and strength of schedule. Full Story
Hershey Back in MPC Tournament
Field Hockey Wrap
For the first time in 11 seasons, Hershey field hockey is back in the Mid-Penn Tournament after finishing at the top of the Keystone Division.
The Trojans took on Colonial Division champ Boiling Springs in the first round of the Mid-Penn Tournament on Tuesday, Oct. 18, on their home turf - the site of the MPC tournament. Full Story
Trojans climb D3 Ladder
boys Soccer Wrap
Hershey improved its position in the upcoming District 3 Class 3A boys’ soccer playoffs with a pair of victories in the past week.
The Trojans moved to No. 4 in the district and 11-5 overall with a 5-1 Mid-Penn Keystone Division win at Palmyra on Thursday, Oct. 13, followed by a 1-0 non-league win in overtime Saturday, Oct. 15, at Cedar Crest. Full Story
coach Makes Good Moves at canisius
Changing tactics and formations is usually a desperate measure of a soccer coach with a losing record. Subsequent results are often open to conjecture.
Athletes at the NCAA Div. I level, such as Palmyra alums Callie and Maddie Good, are generally recruited to play a certain position. Full Story
Cassivi Inducted Into Central PA Sports Hall
The 46th annual Induction and Ceremonial Awards Dinner of the Central Chapter Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame will be held Monday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m. in the Lebanon Days Inn. Full Story
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