‘Win it for Kristi’
Cougars Win OT Thriller
When the Palmyra field hockey team learned its head coach, Kristi Costello, was in a car crash Tuesday morning and wouldn’t be on the sidelines for the first round of the District 3 playoffs, the players adopted one mentality…
“Win it for Kristi.” Full Story
LD Wins Title
The Falcons won the Mid-Penn Tournament with a convincing 4-1 win over Cumberland Valley at West Shore Stadium, Thursday, Oct. 16.
Linda Kreiser’s Falcons looked to be in better form than ever after playing a little flat in the first-round game against Boiling Springs.
CV did strike first and it appeared the hungry Eagles could have LD’s number. Full Story
Falcons Blank Hershey
Lower Dauphin, led by junior running back George Hatalowich’s 117 yards, sent its Homecoming crowd out of Hersheypark Stadium happy Friday, Oct. 17, with a 21-0 win over neighboring Hershey.
The Falcons put together an opening drive of 15 plays covering 62 yards that took just under eight minutes that ended with Tommy Klock connecting with Ben Ross on a 9-yard toss. Full Story
cougars Get to .500
Palmyra held a slim 7-0 lead at the half on a 4-yard scamper by Michael Lewis then put up 24 more points after the break in the 31-7 victory over Middletown on Friday, Oct. 17, in the season’s home finale at Buck Swank Stadium. Full Story
Shabazz, Spartans Dispatch ‘Stangs
It was the Qwasif Shabazz show at West Perry High School on Friday, Oct. 17, as the sophomore running back ran for 90 yards and two scores in Milton Hershey’s 37-12 win over the Mustangs.
Shabazz had a season-high 90 yards on 14 carries to help propel the Spartans to their third win in the past four games. Full Story
Holiday Festival at In The Net
The Central Penn Renegades 12U Cooperstown Baseball Team will host a holiday festival, Saturday, Nov. 8, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at In The New Sports Complex, 798 Airport Road.
The festival features a variety of vendors offering bags, jewelry, crafts and specialty food items. There will be many door prizes and raffles, including a chance to win a trip to Walt Disney World. Full Story
Trojans Top cliff in Overtime
District 3 Soccer
Hershey attained two of its primary boys’ soccer objectives this season by winning the Keystone Division and its first Mid-Penn championship.
Next up, District 3 Class AAA gold medals? Full Story
Palmyra, 19-1, Extends Streak
Palmyra extended its Colonial Division winning streak to 33 games with a 3-1 home court victory over Hershey on Thursday, Oct. 16.
The Cougars claimed the opener 25-20, fell 22- 25 then closed out a second straight 16-0 division run with 25-15 and 25-20 wins. Full Story
Hershey Wins in First Round
District 3 Girls Soccer
While the Lower Dauphin girls had to wait until Wednesday, Oct. 22, to open the District 3 Class AAA girls’ soccer playoffs, the Hershey girls, runners-up in the Mid- Penn Keystone Division to LD, jumped into action Tuesday, Oct. 21, at home against Daniel Boone. Full Story
Hershey’s Aaryn Koperna stiffarms Hummelstown’s Hunter Thompson, while Micaiah Bulgrien (40) and Jason Tomasic (13) pursue in Pony football action, Sunday, Oct. 19. Full Story
Brown-Mentzer Win Sunset BB
Dan Brown of Cleona and Calvin Mentzer of Chambersburg left little doubt Sunday, Oct. 18, which team was able to handle the blustery conditions at Sunset Golf Course in the annual Better Ball of Partners tournament. Full Story
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