Monthly Archives: April 2011

Poll: Girls’ Athlete of the Week: 4/23-4/29

Cast your vote for who you think should be the Girls’ Athlete of the Week. Polls are open until Monday at 9 pm at which time voting will be closed and a winner will be announced. poll by twiigs.com

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Poll: Boys’ Athlete of the Week: 4/23-4/29

Cast your vote for who you think should be the Boys’ Athlete of the Week. Polls are open until Monday at 9 pm at which time voting will be closed and a winner will be announced. poll by twiigs.com

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Flinchbaugh signs to swim at Ship

Dallastown senior Jen Flinchbaugh, below flanked by parents Tom Flinchbaugh and Anne Azbill, is shown signing her letter if intent to swim at Shippensburg University. Also pictured is (back row left-to-right) stepmother Katie Flinchbaugh, Dallastown assistant principal Erin Heffler, Wildcats … Continue reading

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Fisher steps down as Eastern basketball coach

Tweet Larry Fisher’s highly successful eight-year run as Eastern York boys’ basketball coach has come to an end. Fisher, 42, confirmed Wednesday that he has stepped down as the Golden Knights coach, ending a tenure that produced two YAIAA league … Continue reading

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Why are girls’ track records falling faster than the boys?

I was trolling around the PIAA’s website looking for the state pole vault record for a question I was posting on GameTimePA’s Facebook page. What I found was a list of all boys’ and girls’ PIAA records, plus the national … Continue reading

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National news: Sixth-grader wins high school track title; 12-year-old’s football trick video goes viral

High school football team stripped of two league titles California teams league winning streak is a decade long Sixth-grade girl wins high school regional track title

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NFHS changes high school wrestling weights

Tweet The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) made a fairly major announcement Tuesday, revealing an overhaul to the weight classes used in high school wrestling. The move is not an out-of-nowhere surprise — some sort of weight … Continue reading

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Photo highlights: Littlestown vs. Hanover baseball

Here are pictures from today’s Littlestown/Hanover baseball game.  Littlestown went on to win 15-6.

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Eyster returns as Northeastern basketball coach

Tweet Northeastern’s “new” boys’ basketball coach will be a familiar face for anybody associated with the Bobcats program. Jon Eyster, who led the program for 16 seasons before stepping down two years ago, was approved once again this week as … Continue reading

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Poll: Boys’ Athlete of the Week- 4/16-4/22

Vote for who you think should be the Boy’s Athlete of the Week.  Polls are open until Monday at 9 pm at which time voting will be closed and a winner will be announced. poll by twiigs.com

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