2009-10-22

Hershey Pelts Palmyra, 38-0



The heavy rain that pelted the area Friday, Oct. 16, kept the Hershey Trojans from making the short trip to Buck Swank Stadium for their annual showdown with the Palmyra Cougars until Monday, Oct. 19. Unfortunately for Palmyra, the delay did not dampen Hershey’s game plan to attack the ball on defense while the offense put the points on the […]

Alwine At UVA



The past week was not exactly the best week at UVA. First of all, it is freezing here! Now that I have a car, I am very motivated to drive to class, but that would make me lazy. Along with being freezing, last week we only had one game and it was on Saturday. That means that we had an […]

MHS Holds Off East Penn, 12-6



Despite a nightmare of penalties, Milton Hershey took the win over the East Pennsboro Panthers in the Friday, Oct. 16 football game. The Spartans defense kept the Panthers off the scoreboard until the last quarter of the game, and Milton Hershey’s two touchdowns gave the Spartans the 12-6 win. Milton Hershey’s first touchdown came barely a minute into the game. […]

Harrisburg Hands LD 3rd Loss in Row



The weather last Friday night, Oct. 16, was cold, wet and dreary. Although the Lower Dauphin football team endured the harsh conditions outside, the Falcons could not overcome the play of their opponent, Harrisburg. Despite a close first half, the Cougars (3-4) broke out in the second half and handed the Falcons (2-5) their third loss in a row, by […]

Palmyra Perfect at 18-0; LD Kept Out of Districts



Palmyra completed the school’s first perfect run through the regular soccer season with a 4-0 victory over visiting Lower Dauphin on Tuesday, Oct. 20. While the Cougars were celebrating their 18th win, the Falcons saw their season come to a premature end as their 7-9-2 record fell short of qualifying for a District 3-AAA Tournament berth. Palmyra, the Mid- Penn […]

Rain Reduces District Golf



Steady rain over a three-day period forced the District 3 Golf Tournament to be reduced to 18 holes at York’s Briarwood golf courses last weekend. As a result, Palmyra’s Tyler Shank, who shot 83 on Friday, Oct. 16, and many others who were within Regional Tournament qualifying range, didn’t get a chance to improve their standing. The top 17 qualified […]

NEAC Honors to Hershey’s McNeal



Penn State Harrisburg´s Lindsay McNeal, a Hershey High grad, was selected as the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Women´s Soccer Student- Athlete of the Week. Mc- Neal, a freshman forward, took 19 shots and scored seven goals, while adding two assists to lead her team to a 3-0 record for the week. In the first game, Mc- Neal tallied a […]

LD-Palmyra For MPC Title



Palmyra and Lower Dauphin renewed their field hockey rivalry last night (Wednesday, Oct. 21) in West Shore Stadium for the Mid-Penn Conference field hockey championship. Both advanced to the title tilt with contrasting wins Tuesday, Oct. 20. Lower Dauphin (14-3), the Keystone Division champ, breezed past Colonial champ Susquenita (13-6), 5-0, getting four first-half goals, while nine-time Capital champ Palmyra […]

Hershey, MHS Have Play-in Games Fri.



Hershey and Milton Hershey will have to play their way in to the District 3 Field Hockey Tournament as they have respective Class AAA and Class AA games Friday, Oct. 23. Three-time defending AAA champ Lower Dauphin and Palmyra, meanwhile, are seeded among the top eight and begin Round of 16 play Tuesday, Oct. 27. Hershey, 13-5, hosts Cedar Cliff, […]

Cantore Ties Yale Record



Katie Cantore, a Hershey High grad and senior field hockey player at Yale University, tied the singleseason school assist record Sunday, Oct. 18, with her 14th of the season in a 6-0 win over Fairfield. Appropriately, Cantore got her record-tying helper in the role she has filled so well in her time at Yale — stick stopper on penalty corners. […]