Steady Vets, Fresh Blood Have Falcons Primed
LD Football Preview
The more exciting a subject, the faster people tend to talk. So it comes as no surprise that Lower Dauphin football head coach Rob Klock can go a mile a minute when discussing his 2015 unit. Full Story
Moore Hired to Replace Gambelunghe
Hershey Girls Basketball
The search to replace Hershey girls’ basketball coach Randy Gambelunghe ended Monday, Aug. 24, with the hiring of his No. 1 assistant the past two years, Ron Moore.
Moore is in his third year of teaching Special Education at Hershey Middle School. This is his first attempt at coaching his own high school team. Full Story
Another Athletic Director Gone
For the fifth time in four years, the position of athletic director at Hershey High School will change hands following the surprise resignation from current athletic director John Confer on Monday, Aug. 24.
The announcement comes less than a year after Confer was hired by the Derry Township School Board in September 2014. Full Story
Opportunity Aplenty For Underclassman
LD Field Hockey Preview
Lower Dauphin field hockey is defined by one unit of measure … championships
And while LD didn’t win a third straight PIAA title last year, it still has a District 3 championship to add to the trophy case.
Not too shabby for any team in any sport, but the thing is this isn’t just any team or any sport … it’s Lower Dauphin field hockey. Full Story
‘High Expectations For This Year’
Milton Hershey Volleyball Preview
The wins totaled five for Milton Hershey (5-12) last year but if you look at things a bit closer, you see the Spartans also took Middletown to five games before losing and also won games against Lower Dauphin and division winner Palmyra. Full Story
Cougars; Senior Strong in 2015
Palmyra Volleyball Preview
Palmyra is coming off its second consecutive 20-win season, giving the Cougars a 41-3 record during that time, and this year is shaping up as another outstanding one for coach Clark Sheaffer, who is entering his sixth campaign.
Only two seniors departed from last year’s 20-2 squad with four seniors and three underclassmen returning, most of whom saw a lot of varsity time. Full Story
Audrey Stinson, 15, of the DeAngelis Martial Arts School in Hershey earned her karate black belt June 7. Full Story
Boger: How Good Are We?
MHS Football Preview
Milton Hershey is coming off its most successful season since Jeff Boger took over as head coach, by beating Hershey, winning the Capital Division (6-1) and going 8-2 in the regular season to qualify for District 3 competition. A road win over Gettysburg and loss to Daniel Boone in the Spartans’ first home district game closed out a 9-3 campaign. Full Story
‘Someone Needs to Beat Palmyra’
Hershey Volleyball Preview
With five returning players who saw a reasonable amount of game time last year, Hershey coach John Zitko is hoping to challenge Palmyra, along with the rest of the Keystone Division, for the division title. Full Story
Trojans Talented, but Lack Depth
Hershey Boys Soccer Preview
The big question concerning the Hershey boys’ soccer team this year is fairly obvious. How hard will it be to replace Jordan Wix-Rauch?
The Mid-Penn Conference Player of the Year, Wix- Rauch also earned All-PIAA honors before enrolling this summer at Temple. He did it all for the Trojans last year, with 23 goals and 23 assists as Hershey went 20-2. Full Story
Committee Coaching Effort at Hershey
Hershey Girls Soccer Preview
Perhaps more than ever, the Hershey girls’ soccer program will be a team effort this season.
Because of coach Jeff Rosensteel’s ongoing, sevenmonth battle with acute leukemia, the Trojans will not only play as a team, they’ll also be coached by committee. Full Story
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