Palmyra’s Fairy Tale Spoiled
PIAA Field Hockey Championship
Palmyra’s fairy tale of a field hockey season had everything but a happy ending.
Along the way to their 25 wins this year, the Cougars captured divisional, conference and district championships.
Their goal all along was to win the PIAA Class AAA title, something they shared last year with Penn Manor. Full Story
Gallagher: Player of the Year
Kiley Gallagher headlined the Mid- Penn Keystone field hockey All-Stars, being named Player of the Year after helping Palmyra to the state final and leading her team in scoring.
The senior Cougar midfielder had 26 goals on the season and was instrumental in Palmyra’s postseason push to the PIAAAAA final. Full Story
The Hockey Corner
Hershey extended its winning streak to three games with a pair of wins over Portland, handing the visiting Pirates a 3-2 loss on Friday and 4-2 setback on Saturday.
Chris Bourque (6), Travis Boyd (2) and Chris Brown (1) gave Hershey a 3-0 lead in the opening period and Paul Carey collected his sixth in the middle period on Saturday. Full Story
The Harrisburg Hornets 10U team wrapped up a successful fall season by going 17-1 with three championships in four tournaments. Full Story
MPC Names Girls’ Soccer All-Stars
Hershey’s Chelsea Thomas was named player of the year in the Mid-Penn Keystone Division, as she helped take the Trojans to the quarterfinal round of the District-3 playoffs.
Thomas, a senior, tallied three goals and an assist, as Hershey finished with an 18-4 record. Full Story
MPC Names boys’ Soccer All-Stars
Four Lower Dauphin boys’ soccer players top the list of Mid-Penn boys’ soccer all-stars for the 2015 season.
Named to the first team from LD were: Antonia Heredia, Tim Townsend, Jackson Becher and goalie Isaiah Pettis.
Representing Hershey on the first team is Ryan Sullivan and representing Palmrya is Nathan Moshgat. Full Story
MPC Girls’ Volleyball All-Stars
The Mid-Penn Conference girls’ volleyball coaches named Milton Hershey’s Lindsey Frailey as the Coach of the Year (COY) and Palmyra’s Molly Gundermann as the MVP.
Also recognized were the following Sun Country players as the 2015 Colonial Division all-stars. Full Story
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