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BY JEFF FALK ANNVILLE – Noah Connor can attest to the fact that what...

 BY JEFF FALK PALMYRA – Graham Zug is uniquely qualified to help Mitchell Cooper...

BY JEFF FALK JONESTOWN – It isn’t easy to turn your one true passion...

  •  BY JEFF FALK LEBANON – Karl ‘Skip’ Wolf is interested in – among other things – history, local sports and accuracy. And Wolf is very much  aware of the fact that numbers never lie. Wolf is the author of the most comprehensive and inclusive book ever penned about the history of Lancaster-Lebanon League high school [...]

  • BY JEFF FALK ANNVILLE – Confidence has turned into doubt. Hope has turned into despair. Pride has turned into concern. Prosperity has turned into poverty. Winning has turned into losing. On Saturday afternoon at Arnold Field, the Lebanon Valley College football team dropped its fourth straight decision to start the season – and sixth overall [...]

  • BY JEFF FALK MYERSTOWN – It’s no secret how the Annville-Cleona football team is going to come at you. What’s difficult to decipher is the direction from which the Little Dutchmen are going to attack. And what complicates matters for opposing defenses even more is the fact that they’re usually engaged with some big guys [...]

  • BY JEFF FALK LEBANON – The Lebanon boys’ soccer team would like nothing better than to receive an invitation to the ball. The Cedars don’t have to dance with the princess or anything like that. They just want to see what type of music is played there, take in the sights and sounds and just [...]


Between The Lines ››

  • “Yeah, I am a local sports historian, but that has to be qualified. I’m not into individual stats. I’m more into leagues and coaches. It’s important because the present is built upon the past. If someone doesn’t put it down on paper, it evaporates into the air.”

    - Local Sports Historian Karl ‘Skip’ Wolf
  • “I’m disappointed. I thought we had a better football team. But we haven’t performed. There are no more excuses.I’d be disappointed if they (his players) weren’t disappointed. They’ve got to stay with us. We’ve got to stay together. We can’t start pointing fingers, one way or another. That’s a concern.”

    - Lebanon Valley College Football Coach Jim Monos
  • “We wore them down at the end. We knew they were going to throw the ball, and they did throw the ball. But our offensive line took over and the defense played well. This group is hard-nosed and hard working. Nobody wants to be a star. Everybody wants to be a team.”  

    - Annville-Cleona Football Coach Terry Lehman

Game Time ››


  • BY JEFF FALK HERSHEY – A steering wheel, four tires, an engine, a couple of seats and a place to go. But cars are so much more than just modes of transportation. For America, they represent innovation, a way...

  • BY JEFF FALK Mike Givler was and is a career sports guy. When one cares about something as much as Givler loves sports, he or she can pour his or her heart, soul and passion into one’s work. And...

  • BY JEFF FALK Bobby Gerhart is the ‘driving force’ behind the success of Lebanon-based Bobby Gerhart Racing. But there  are countless people behind the scenes who allow that success to happen. And the head of that so-called ‘support group’...

  • BY JEFF FALK Most fans would die to be a fly on the wall of their favorite sports teams. Well, for more than 40 years, Larry Shenk was that proverbial fly, and the way it turns out, he just...

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