H’town legion Region 4 champs
Hummelstown (25-1) reeled off five consecutive suspenseful wins in the Region 4 Legion baseball tournament, claiming the championship crown Wednesday, July 23, at Fredericksburg’s Wenger Field.
Chad Stine pitched a complete game, giving up three earned runs and striking out eight in a 5-3 win over Spring Grove (22- 3). Full Story
Senior Championship at Spring Creek GC
Spring Creek Golf Course is currently accepting registrations for the 2014 Senior Men’s Spring Creek Championship to be played on Aug. 19.
The tournament is open to any male players 55 and older. The cost is $85 and includes three 9-hole rounds, golf cart and awards.
For more info call 533- 2847. Full Story
Hummelstown Wins County Championship
Hummelstown Legion poured in eight runs in the first three innings of the Dauphin County American Legion winner take-all championship to coast to a 10-1 victory over Paxton (17-4) in front of a packed crowd at Nye Field on Wednesday, July 16.
The victory qualified Hummelstown for the Region 4 Tournament. Full Story
Layla Snow, Ellis Snow and Roman Wintergrass enjoy their ice cream during the Palmyra Youth Baseball Tournament.. Photo: Geno Simonetti. Full Story
Departing Words From Hershey AD
The revolving door at Hershey High School continued recently with the resignation of athletic director and assistant principal Dan Serfass, who will become the new principal at Elizabethtown High School. Full Story
Palmyra Claims First
East Shore Twilight
Palmyra (18-2-0) took over first place for the first time since the second week of the season with a 5-3 win at Penbrook on Tuesday, July 22.
One of Palmyra’s remaining four games is with Linglestown (17-4-1) on Friday, July 25, on the Palmyra High School diamond. Lawnton and a doubleheader with Middletown round out the schedule. Full Story
Best 1-9 QB in Mid Penn?
Palmyra’s Michael Lewis could be the best quarterback to have won only one game since Troy Aikman’s 1-15 rookie season with the Dallas Cowboys. Full Story
Officials broke ground on the new Lower Dauphin Field House, Tuesday, July 15. Pictured are architect Mark Barnhart, school board president Todd Kreiser, Hummelstown Mayor Bradley Miller, superintendent Sherri Smith, Field House committee co-chairman Randy Umberger and athletic director Dave Bitting. Full Story
Lower Dauphin athletic trainer and strength coach Paul LaDuke recently competed in the Pan American Master’s Weightlifting Championships, where he won the silver medal after lifting a total of Full Story
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