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(Editor’s Note: This feature on the Harrisburg Senators first appeared on Lebanon Sports Buzz...

  • BY JEFF FALK MANHEIM – There are no moral victories in the postseason. Only better opportunities for improvement, harsh realities and valuable lessons. Under changeable skies on Saturday morning at Manheim Central High School’s Elden Rettew Field, Annville-Cleona experienced all the things afforded an underdog in the postseason, during a 4-0 loss to powerful Hempfield, [...]

  •  BY JEFF FALK PALMYRA – The effort was there. The consistency was there. The unity was there. So what was different from the previous seven Friday nights? Well, beside the outcome, it had to be the opponent. On a cool Senior Night at Buck Swank Stadium, Palmyra finally ran into a football team better than [...]

  •   Fast break. BY JEFF FALK MYERSTOWN – One side was the defending champion. The other hadn’t won the championship in this century. It was one of the most meaningful field hockey matches between two Lebanon County teams, on Lebanon County turf, in recent memory. Nothing has the power to spin perspective like history does. [...]

  • BY JEFF FALK HARRISBURG – There is a certain amount of improvement that occurs naturally throughout a season, through osmosis, through repetition, through physical growth. There are also certain levels of improvement which are cherished and pursued and expected. Safe to say the Annville-Cleona boys’ soccer team wasn’t looking to break even. On a gloomy [...]


Between The Lines ››

  • “If we stopped the season right now, our girls have been successful, and I’m proud of everything we’ve done. We have more work to do. This was a success for us. It was a loss, but we played our game and we found out what it takes to play to a higher level. ”  

    - Annville-Cleona Girls’ Soccer Coach John Myers
  • “Anytime you lose, it’s hard. I thought our players fought hard. It’s especially tough on senior night. But it’s just one loss. I was proud of the way we fought together. We fought to the very end. I felt like we came back. But it would’ve been nice to close the gap a little further.”

    - Palmyra Football Coach Chris Pope
  • “For four years, the seniors have split with them (the Little Dutchmen). This is the first year in a while we’ve swept them. Now the section championship is in our grasp. All these things are right there. They’re (her players) ready for them. We’re really focused.”    

    – Elco Field Hockey Coach Lisa Kercher

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