Preview capsules that appeared in Tuesday's Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era sports section incorrectly credited the source for Lancaster-Lebanon League girls' basketball history notes. Staff writer Jason Fulginiti provided the notes. In the same article, the incorrect year was given for Lampeter-Strasburg's last appearance in the L-L field. The Pioneers last appeared in 2011.
The Finefrock and Stumpf Lancaster Golden Gloves Center will host the 2013 Central Pa. Golden Gloves championships. The first round of this event will take place March 9 at Lancaster Catholic High School, 650 Juliet Ave., Lancaster.
The show is dedicated to "Captain'' Gus Karpouzis and Donald Henry from Brewers Outlet. A special guest appearance will be two-time undisputed heavyweight champion of the world and 1988 Olympic silver medalist Riddick "Big Daddy" Bowe.
The doors for the event will open at 6:30 p.m. and the bouts will start at 7:30 p.m. Ticket prices will be $20 for general admission and $30 for a ringside seat. For more information, contact tournament director Barry Stumpf at 717-380-3526.
Wysock returns to Bulldogs
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology announced Tuesday that Joe Wysock, former head football coach and Thaddeus Stevens College Hall of Fame inductee, will return this year as the Bulldogs' head coach.
It will be Wysock's sixth season as head coach at Stevens. He replaces Doug Kopp, under whom the Bulldogs went 3-5 overall and won the Seaboard Conference title (2-0) in 2012.
A former McCaskey standout and offensive guard at the University of Miami, Wysock led the Bulldogs to back-to-back conference titles in 2010 and 2011.
Five Lancaster-Lebanon League athletes have been named to the East team for this spring's Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game.
Local players include wide receivers Tyler Karpinski of Manheim Township and Diante Cherry of McCaskey; offensive lineman Nate Henry of Manheim Central; defensive end Matt Rothrock of Wilson; and linebacker Madison Miller of Wilson.
The game is slated for Sunday, Feb. 5 at Downingtown West High School. Kickoff is at 2 p.m.
Cooper claims equestrian honor
Katie Cooper has been awarded the Pre-Green Hunter Championship.
Cooper, a Lancaster native and graduate of Linden Hall School, is a professional horse trainer/rider at Caves Farm, Owings Mills, Md.
Cooper and the winner, "Sandlot," claimed the rosette tricolor at Brandywine Valley Summer Series in 2012. Sandlot clinched the winning title in the Adequan Pre-Green Hunter Classic this week. Cooper will continue to compete with the gelding through Gulf Coast and show in Kentucky this spring.