Milton Hershey Handles Trojans
Cocoa bean bowl
When it comes to handling a crosstown rival, Keonte Lucas can confidently say he’s Bean there, done that.
The 74th Annual Cocoa Bean Bowl belongs to Milton Hershey and Lucas, who led the home side to a comfortable 46-7 win over Hershey in the Sept. 16 showdown. Full Story
Cougars Move to 4-0 With Shutout Win
For the second straight game, Palmyra shut out its opponent, dominating Donegal in a 17-0 non-league win Friday, Sept. 16, at Buck Swank Stadium.
The Cougars have now shut out three of their first four opponents and have outscored the competition 111-7. Full Story
Tough Sledding for Sun Country
Girls Soccer Wrap
Sun Country girls’ soccer teams haven’t been ducking anybody lately. They traveled near and far recently to take on some quality opponents.
In the past week, Hershey and Palmyra traveled to Northern to play Mid-Penn crossover games against the unbeaten Polar Bears. Full Story
Palmyra Pulls One Out at Lower Dauphin
Field Hockey Wrap
It was billed as a rivalry game, but for Palmyra it was more of a chance of redemption.
A chance for the Cougars to wash the bad taste out of their mouth from a 1-0 loss to Hershey just one week prior. Full Story
LD Drops Hershey in Comeback Win
David Machamer has witnessed quite a few noteworthy wins during his eight years commandeering the Lower Dauphin volleyball sidelines.
He can add another one to the books after his team’s remarkable comeback effort against Hershey on Sept. 15. Full Story
LD Saving Best for Last
Lower Dauphin cross-country coach John Butler is operating under two differing philosophies this year in handling his boys’ and girls’ teams.
He wants his unbeaten boys to approach the rest of their regular season on an even keel, not push themselves too hard and save the best for last. Full Story
LD Gets First Win Over Cedar Crest
Lower Dauphin Football
There wasn’t anything particularly gorgeous about Lower Dauphin’s gutsy triumph over Cedar Crest.
But when the home side walked off the Hersheypark Stadium turf Sept. 16, the scoreboard pointed in their favor for the first time this fall.
And that’s all that really mattered for Greg Kratzer and company. Full Story
LD’s Becher Gets Hat Trick in Rout
boys Soccer Wrap
Lower Dauphin boys’ soccer coach Gerry Lynch pretty much figured this would be Jackson Becher’s year and his standout junior forward hasn’t disappointed. Full Story
Analysis by reporters from The Sun
Hold That Whistle!
First off, I don’t envy field hockey officials.
They have a tough job in a tough sport (that most people don’t understand) that has tough rules (that most people don’t understand) and are often criticized for blowing too many whistles. Well, that last part, yes, they do, do that. Full Story
LD grads and current field hockey players at Duke, Hunter Bracale, left, and Morgan Bitting, right, pose for a picture with their former coach Linda Kreiser. Full Story
LD Doubles Win At Buckskin Classic
The Falcons’ duo of Caitlyn Albert and Jane Miller were named champs of the doubles flight at the annual Buckskin Classic at Conestoga Valley High School on Saturday, Sept. 17.
In the No. 5 singles flight, LD’s Emily Swist was champion, beating Pooja Yerram of Wilson, 6-3, 7-5. Full Story
National Diving Championship
Hershey senior Jake Hedrick recently placed 18th at the AT&T USA National Diving Championships in Moultrie, Ga. Full Story
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