High School Soccer
Hempfield goalkeeper Noah Felty came up big time and time again, stopping almost everything the Manheim Central Barons threw his way Tuesday night.
Manheim Township vs. Lampeter-Strasburg & Ephrata vs. Penn Manor L-L League girls soccer semifinals on October 19, 2021.
The old argument, rest versus rust, took a turn Tuesday night in the second game of a Lancaster-Lebanon League playoff semifinal at Manheim Central’s Elden Rettew Stadium.
In every playoff bracket, you can find a team holding the short end of the stick paired with an opponent it woulda-coulda-shoulda met down the line. Whether one improves the grip on the stick, or not, depends on what happens next.
Yes, the Lampeter-Strasburg girls soccer team is “that team.”
You might say Ephrata’s play against Annville-Cleona was like the rain that fell throughout Saturday's contest — relentless.
Hempfield took care of business on Saturday afternoon in its Lancaster-Lebanon League boys soccer quarterfinal matchup against Donegal. The Black Knights ultimately picked up a 2-0 win on a wet, brisk October afternoon.
Not even an hourlong rain delay could deflate the Barons.
Ephrata’s boys soccer team seemed to enjoy the heavy rain that fell and then windy conditions that pelted Mountaineer Field during Saturday afternoon's 4-0 Lancaster-Lebanon League quarterfinal win over Lancaster Catholic.
FREDERICKSBURG — Caroline Fisher’s shot was historic.