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Lancaster-Lebanon League football media day was held Thursday at Enck's Banquet Center in Manheim. The COVID-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of last year's event, so Thursday marked the first time in two years the event was held, on behalf of the Manheim Touchdown Club. Here are some no…
A year ago, Ryan Wolfe was a Cedar Crest junior cross country runner who placed fifth at the Lancaster-Lebanon League championships, thirteenth at the District 3-3A championships and 33rd at the state meet.
Four American Flat Track riders with Lancaster County ties competed over the weekend in the latest race of the 2021 campaign. Of those, two placed in the top-three, while another placed in the top-10. They didn't have to travel too far this time around, riding in-state Saturday at the inaugu…
As a child, Jolie Abadir’s parents often found their daughter by looking up.
Born in Stuttgart, Germany, Alfred W. Globisch was 14 when his parents brought him to Lancaster County a little more than a century ago. Among many accomplishments, Globisch went on to pioneer the teaching of physical education in Ephrata School District. He also navigated waters in the Cone…
Zack Charles was among the first Penn Manor boys lacrosse players in the program’s inception about 20 years ago. After graduating from Penn Manor in 2005, he later coached the youth ranks before working his way up and becoming the Comets’ varsity coach in August 2016. Since then, Charles has…
Manheim Township’s Ava Shirk exploded onto the varsity high school cross country scene last fall.
Many 13-year-olds are likely spending this summer without an alarm clock, waking up whenever they desire.
Brody Groff understands the responsibilities that come with being the lead-off man for the Manheim Lions 14-and-under baseball team.
Lampeter-Strasburg grad Dustin Stoltzfus lost by submission to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu expert Rodolfo Vieira in the third round of Saturday's fight at UFC Vegas 31.
The first practice date for the 2021 high school cross country season is a month away. The first regular season meet date for Lancaster-Lebanon League runners is about seven weeks out.
The 1971 Lancaster County League track meet was held May 9, 1971, on the campus of Franklin & Marshall College. The winner of the boys' dual meet was Solanco, with the Golden Mules’ 46 points edging Hempfield’s 35 points.