Octorara ‘Finally’ Cures Late-Game Hex As Braves Hold Off Kennett In Old Ches-Mont League Affair

January 15, 2022 Andy Herr

While the high school basketball season can undoubtedly be a grueling two-month long marathon that comes complete with plenty of ups and downs along the way, almost every week during such a stretch can take on its own unique characteristic. This week, just imagine putting yourself in the shoes of the Octorara Braves. First and […]

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McCaskey Staves Off Hard-Charging Conestoga Valley As Red Tornado Continue Upward Ascension In Crossover Win

January 14, 2022 Andy Herr

There’s an old adage in sports that says you want to be peaking at your absolute best at precisely the right time. Typically, the “right time” is reserved for the last week or so of the regular season, just a handful of days before postseason play ultimately gets underway. That said, don’t find fault with […]

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Columbia Hits The Century Mark In Win Over Pequea Valley As Crimson Tide Post 101-Point Performance Heading Into Key Divisional Test Against Lancaster Mennonite

January 13, 2022 Andy Herr

Chances are that somewhere along the line you’ve heard one or two phrases that could just as easily be applied to the world of sports much in the same way as it could be applied to life itself. To be sure, while there’s a great many to list- not all of which we have the […]

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Ephrata Withstands Furious Cocalico Charge As Mounts Secure Key Victory In Rivalry’s Latest Chapter

January 11, 2022 Andy Herr

Whenever Cocalico and Ephrata happen to go up against one another, it’s usually a pretty big deal around that northeastern portion that is tucked away inside Lancaster County. To be sure, you can bet that these backyard rivals most definitely make a habit out of circling their matchup dates on the calendar each and every season. And wouldn’t you know it, but this year too appears to be […]

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La Academia Muscles Its Way Past Lancaster Country Day As Leones Stave Off Cougars, Prevail In Neighborhood Tussle

January 6, 2022 Andy Herr

Admittedly, when Lancaster Country Day came into the Lancaster-Lebanon League a few years ago now, the jury was out as far as what to expect out the small private school located a stone’s throw away from Franklin & Marshall College. After all, Cougars would automatically have the distinction of being the smallest school in the […]

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E-Town Makes A Statement As Bears Pick Up Signature Victory, Knock Off Unbeaten Hempfield In Crossover Action

January 5, 2022 Andy Herr

When the calendar flips to the new year, it’s always a good time to sit back and look at some of the storylines that most would have figured were going to round into form before the season began in earnest just a handful of weeks ago. Sure enough, perhaps two of the biggest narratives that […]

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Wert’s Big Night Powers Lampeter-Strasburg Past Lancaster Mennonite As Pioneers Score Key Victory In Battle Of Two League Stalwarts

January 4, 2022 Andy Herr

Typically, the very first Monday back following the New Year’s holiday tends to be one of the least productive days of the entire year -yes, even a year that is only a few days old at that point. Whether you work, go to school, or just have errands to go out and run, the malaise […]

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Dallastown Passes Stern Test, Uses Late-Game Tactics To Get Past ELCO As Wildcats Advance To Eastern York Holiday Tournament Championship

December 30, 2021 Andy Herr

No matter what a new year may seem bring, there often are the same old familiar storylines that eventually bubble-up and rise to the surface. Chief among them of course is that Lancaster Catholic typically will own whichever section of the Lancaster-Lebanon League that happen to call home. As far as most recent history is […]

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Tulpehocken Turns Up The Dial As Trojans Run Past Annville-Cleona, Into Championship Round Of Northern Lebanon Holiday Tournament

December 29, 2021 Andy Herr

Sometimes, all you really need is a change of pace. In a lot of ways, it’s ironic to think that way given that the long and arduous high school basketball season typically lends itself to nothing but a consistent monotony of games and tip times being relegated to the same familiar pattern week after week. […]

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Warwick Makes Quick Work Of Garden Spot As Warriors Show Off Offensive Weaponry In Dominating Nonleague Victory

December 27, 2021 Andy Herr

It’s that strange week between Christmas and New Year’s which typically means one of two things. First, no one has any real concept of time with most everyone wandering around aimlessly wondering what day of the week it actually is. Secondly, this is typically that small window of opportunity where new year’s resolutions start to […]

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Young Falcons Show Off Their Moxie As Cedar Crest Uses Fourth Quarter Surge To Secure Divisional Road Win, Push Away Penn Manor

December 22, 2021 Andy Herr

Let’s talk for a second about identity. Rest assured, whether we’re talking about sports or just life in general, your identity -perhaps more so your character- is the true essence of your very being. To be sure, what comes out of you when you get squeezed is the one true marker of who you really […]

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Manheim Central Cures Its Early Ailment As Barons Ride Three-Point Barrage En Route To First Win Of The Season At Northern Lebanon

December 19, 2021 Andy Herr

It seems odd to say given that the high school basketball season is often perceived to be so long when you consider that every teams plays rough 20-games per campaign, but sometimes clubs can certainly find themselves at a bit of a crossroads early in the year. Yes, in some cases even by the time […]

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Hot-Shooting Pioneers Continue To Sizzle As Lampeter-Strasburg Knocks Off Solanco To Remain Perfect On Young Season

December 18, 2021 Andy Herr

Expectations. They can either make you or break you. Of course, a lot of what hangs in the balance between which of those two pathways you venture on depends on what you’re made of internally. To be sure, what comes out of you when you get squeezed is the true epitome of your underlying character. […]

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Ephrata Makes A Statement As Mounts Dominate Conrad Weiser, Notch Impressive Nonleague Victory To Continue Hot Start

December 16, 2021 Andy Herr

You know, there’s something to be said for putting in the effort and the work. As we almost all can relate, whether it be in sports, or in life in general, rolling up your sleeves and dedicating yourself towards achieving a sought-after goal can often be one of the most rewarding things that you’ll ever […]

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Red Knights Make It A Successful Homecoming As Reading Handles McCaskey, Improves To 2-0

December 15, 2021 Andy Herr

If there’s anything that has somewhat united us over the last year and a half, it’s the fact that trying to figure out how to live our lives amidst a global pandemic has been a chore for each one of us in some form or fashion. That said, as in the case with most everything […]

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