Adams County Sports Update – March 30 2024

High School Sports Boys Tennis March 28 Hanover 3 Bermudian Springs 2 1 Singles – Parker Sanders (BS) defeats Cullen Nakielney (H) 6-0, 6-0 2 Singles – Brian Corona (H) defeats Tyler Chenault (BS) 6-1, 6-3 3 Singles – Bryce Laughman (BS) defeats Ricardo Martinez (H) 6-2, 6-2 1 Doubles – Nolan Chronister/Noah Chronister defeat

High School sports roundup 12-19

Swimming December 19 Gettysburg (boys) 98, Mechanicsburg 56 Mechanicsburg (girls) 96, Gettysburg 74 First place finishers for Gettysburg included: Addy Dunlop, William Morris, Maya Brainard, Morgan Bishop, Sam Coolbaugh, and Wes Coolbaugh. Access full scoring details here. Girls Basketball December 19 Bermudian 57, Biglerville 46 TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total Bermudian 18 12 13

High School Sports 12-16

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Boys Basketball  December 15 Littlestown 51, Delone 40 TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total Delone 9 14 7 10 40 Littlestown 15 13 12 11 51 On the strength of a monster game from Christopher Meakin, the homestanding Thunderbolts rolled to victory over Delone. Luke Rebert and Cam Keller scored in double figures for the

Adams County Sports Update Dec 13

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High School Sports Swimming December 12 Girls: Gettysburg  92, Lower Dauphin 71 Boys: Gettysburg  86, Lower Dauphin  76 Gettysburg’s girls and boys both won their meets vs. Lower Dauphin Tuesday evening with exceptional swims, including first-place finishes from Morgan Bishop, Maya Brainard, Addy Dunlop, Wes Coolbaugh, Alex Koufos, and Trae Brownley. See full results here.

Anya Rosenbach and Paytyn Plank are YAIAA girls’ tennis Players of the Year

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The York Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association coaches have announced their 2023 Girls All-Star tennis selections for 2023. New Oxford’s Anya Rosenbach and Paytyn Plank of Biglerville were chosen as Division 1 and Division 2 Players of the Year, respectively.  Rosenbach, a junior, went undefeated during the regular season, leading the likewise undefeated Colonials team to the

Girls Volleyball: Division III All-stars announced

The 2023 YAIAA Girls Volleyball All-star team selections have been awarded. The winners from Adams County schools are listed in the table below which includes Player of the Year (POY), 1st team, 2nd team, and honorable mention (HM) all-stars. Congratulations to all the winners. Division 3 All Stars Division 3 All Stars School Player Team

Local Field Hockey All-stars honored

This fall’s Division 3 High School Field Hockey All-Stars have been announced. The First Team All-Stars from Biglerville include Claire Roberts (Back), Ava Peterson (Forward), Hannah Naylor (Midfield), and Kierney Weigle (Midfield). From Littlestown, Emmy Nunemaker (Forward), Miranda King (Forward), and Kamryn Bittle (Defense) earned spots on the first team, alongside senior Kelsy McClintock (Forward/Midfield).

Girls Soccer: Biglerville players honored

Biglerville Girls Soccer coach Brooke Gates has announced that two players have been named to the York Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) teams. 1st team: Evangeline Hollabaugh, Sophomore (Goalkeeper) 2nd team: Sarah McKenrick, Freshman (Defender) The team is also graduating three seniors: Lizbeth Villenueva Gorrerro, Kaedyn Lentz, and Kiera Shaffer.

Boys Soccer: Canners fall to Fleetwood in second round Division 3 playoffs

The Biglerville High School Boys soccer team fell 5-1 to Fleetwood in the 2023 District 3-2A Soccer Championship Quarterfinals this evening. Playing at home, Fleetwood, who have only lost one game this season, played aggressively. The Tigers maintained most of the possession, and the Canners could not match their continuous pressure. Fleetwood took an early

Adams County Sports Update – September 23 2023

Gettysburg College Read more Gettysburg College Sports High School Sports Football September 21 Gettysburg 41, Mechanicsburg 20 September 22 Bermudian Springs 40, Biglerville 0 Delone 14, Littlestown 6 New Oxford 35, York Suburban 14 Hanover 49, Fairfield 34 Boys Soccer September 21 Bermudian Springs : 1 Hanover : 0Goal: Goalkeeper Alan Felipe a penalty kick

Adams County Sports Update – September 7, 2023

Adams County Sports Update: September 7, 2023 Gettysburg College See more Gettysburg College Sports here High School Sports Girls Tennis September 5 Biglerville 4, James Buchanan 1 The Lady Canners posted their 1st team win of the season with a victory over James Buchanan. Palmyra 5, Gettysburg 0 The Gettysburg girls’ tennis team hosted a formidable

New Oxford dominates Northern York

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On a bright Tuesday afternoon, New Oxford’s girls’ tennis team shut out Northern York, recording a decisive 5-0 victory. The singles matches set the pace for the day. Anya Rosenbach of New Oxford started things off with a victory over Northern York’s Amelia Allen by a score of 6-0, 6-1. Allison Horick followed suit with

Win-Win: Gettysburg over Bishop McDevitt

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Softball and baseball victories Thursday afternoon Softball After trailing 2-0 after three innings, Gettysburg broke through for five runs in the top of the fourth, then three more in the next inning, en route to a 9-4 softball win over Bishop McDevitt on the Crusaders’ home field.   Rachel Massenheimer and Samantha Carbaugh each had

More late-inning magic in Gettysburg baseball win

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Gettysburg broke open an extra-inning tie with a four-run eighth yesterday afternoon in Hershey, defeating the Trojans by a score of 6-2.  Bryce Rudisill’s two-run homer put the Warriors ahead in the first extra frame before his teammates tacked on two more insurance runs. Both teams started off strong, with Gettysburg scoring two runs in

Baseball: Warriors in walk-off win

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Hunter Gillin’s sacrifice fly scored Tegan Kuhns with the winning run yesterday afternoon as the Gettysburg Warriors earned a bottom-of-the-seventh, come-from-behind win over Red Land by a score of 4-3. Trailing 3-2 entering the final frame, the Warrior rally began with a walk to Wyatt Sokul, followed by a single from Kuhns. After a strikeout,

Baseball: Wildcats over Warriors

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Mechanicsburg dominated Gettysburg on the Warriors’ field yesterday afternoon, gaining a 6-1 baseball victory. Mechanicsburg took a quick 1-0 lead, with shortstop Jeff Lougee and second baseman Zach Lochary getting on base early in the first inning. Shawn Karpaitis (CF) hit a double, bringing in Lougee for the first run of the game.  In the

Baseball: Carlisle edges Gettysburg, 4-3

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Gettysburg and Carlisle matched each other run-for-run for the first four innings Wednesday before the Thundering Herd scored in the fifth and then held the Warriors scoreless for the final three frames to claim a 4-3 win at Gettysburg.  Gettysburg’s Tegan Kuhns was the tough-luck loser, taking the L despite racking up 11 strikeouts over

Softball: East Pennsboro rolls over Warriors

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East Pennsboro scored early and often yesterday, effectively putting the game away in the first three innings en route to a five-inning 19-0 blistering of home-standing Gettysburg.  East Pennsboro plated four runs in the first inning, six more in the second, and four in the third. The Panthers racked up 19 hits and played error-free

Softball: A brilliant day for Gettysburg

It was an especially sunny Thursday afternoon for the Gettysburg Warriors softball team on Thursday, as they triumphed over the Central Dauphin East Panthers by a score of 9-4, earning their first win of the season. While any season will have its ups and downs, the Gettysburg girls have lost some tough ones prior to

Track and Field: Gettysburg splits with Buchanan

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In Mercersburg yesterday, Gettysburg and James Buchanan High School split a dual track meet, with Gettysburg boys securing a decisive 108-42 victory and James Buchanan girls winning 82-68 against their Gettysburg counterparts. The Gettysburg boys put on a stellar show, with Gabe Pecaitis taking first place in Pole Vault with an impressive 14-3. Wyatt Heistand

Warriors fall to Lower Dauphin in Tuesday afternoon baseball action

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The Lower Dauphin Falcons secured a 5-2 victory over the Gettysburg Warriors on Tuesday afternoon at Gettysburg. The Falcons’ offense produced eight hits, while the Warriors managed six hits.  Lower Dauphin’s standout players included Hunter Strohm, who went three-for-four with a triple, and Trey Harper, who contributed two hits. Colin Warner and Roman Wintergrass each

Track and Field: Shipp tops Gettysburg

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The Gettysburg Boys and Shippensburg track and field teams went head-to-head in an exhilarating meet on April 13. Despite a strong effort by Gettysburg, Shippensburg ultimately emerged as the winner with a final score of 82.50 to 67.50. The Gettysburg team, consisting of Gavin Cole, Luke Breighner, Owen Clapsadle, and Isaiah Sommers, took the victory

Palmyra ace no-hits Gettysburg

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Palmyra defeated Gettysburg 4-0 in softball action Thursday afternoon behind a scintillating performance from star pitcher Mollie White. In going the distance and holding the Warriors hitless, White racked up 19 strikeouts, surrendering only one walk. Despite her magnificent work, the game was in doubt through the regulation seven innings until the Cougars broke things

Track & Field: Knights outrun Canners

Girls Teams Fairfield outshone Biglerville today in Girls Track and Field, 86-53. The Knights took both the track (64-22) and the field (31-22) events. Standout performers from Fairfield included Audrey Chesko in Long Jump and Triple Jump, Sarah Nagey in the 100 HH and 300 IH events. Biglerville’s Haylee Smith took first in the Shot

GHS Swimmer Zach Tipton will attend Washington College

Zach Tipton, senior swim team captain at Gettysburg High School, has committed to continue his academic and swimming career at Washington College in Charleston MD, where he will major in biology as part of their pre-med program on a Presidential Scholarship. At GHS, Tipton had his best times in the 100 breaststroke (1.00.04) and 200 indvidual

GAHS swimmers win conference medals

The Gettysburg Area High School swim team, under the coaching of Amanda Turner, have finished a successful meet at the Mid-Penn league tournament held at Cumberland Valley High School this weekend. The Gettysburg boys placed 8th overall out of 20 teams. Alex Koufos, Zach Tipton, Sam Nelson, Zach Turner placed 6th and set a new

GAHS swimmers emphasize friendships on seniors night

The Gettysburg Area High School swim team demonstrated its energy and commitment on Tuesday as they swam the final home meet of their season. The evening ended with two dramatic wins over Central Dauphin East, with the boys’ team winning 136-17 and the girls’ team winning 133-12. But the focus of the evening was the

Waynesboro edges Gettysburg in OT on senior night

The Gettysburg Warriors faced off against Waynesboro in a hard-fought battle at home last night. Despite a strong effort by the Warriors, Waynesboro ultimately came out on top in overtime, with a final score of 40-37. “It was a great game on Senior Night,” said Assistant Coach Rick Keller. The game was close throughout, with

High School Sports Scores

Here are some current high school scores as reported to the community Here are some current high school scores as reported to the community. Bermudian Springs Boys Varsity Basketball Dec 6 Bermudian Springs @ Northern High School Lost: 33-39Dec 9 Bermudian Springs @ Boiling Springs High School Lost: 38-51Dec 20 Bermudian Springs vs Biglerville Middle School/HS Won: 46-33

High School Athletes take the next step

As hundreds of high school senior athletes play in the last games of their career, it’s worth asking what they got out of their experiences. Is the emphasis on sports a distraction from school studies or does it provide a support system for many students’ passions? According to, just over 7% of all high

FASD, expecting success, preps for spring sports

Although not the largest of our six school districts, Fairfield Area School District (FASD) brings a vibrant sports program to the table. The Fairfield Area Knights are a small district with big dreams. As the spring sports season opens, FASD is fielding junior varsity and varsity boys’ baseball, varsity girls’ softball, and boys’ and girls’

New Ox Lacrosse: 2021 Season of History

For the 16 years that New Oxford High School has had a lacrosse program, it has constantly been evolving. From a 20-person inter-school lacrosse club made up of a lot of football players and wrestlers, to eventually becoming a varsity squad in District 3 of Pennsylvania 2A state competition, the Colonials kept making strides, but

Gettysburg Area Girls Basketball Focuses on Success

The Gettysburg Area High School Girls Basketball team has become a powerhouse of the 5A division of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA). In each of the last three years, the Warriors have reached the District 3 finals, taking home the championship in the 2019-2020 season that was cut short due to the pandemic. Much

After A Year of Pandemic, Spring Sports are Back in Action

After being cut short last year by COVID-19, local school athletes are finally able to get back to the field for a full season of spring sports. School districts are optimistic about starting the season as strongly and safely as possible, and practices began early last week. “We’re happy to be back after having last year

Warriors Upset Mechanicsburg; Will Meet Spring Grove on Friday

The fifth-seeded Gettysburg Area Warriors defeated the first-seeded Mechanicsburg Wildcats by a score of 41-32 in the Pennsylvania 5A Girls Basketball State Playoffs semifinals this evening. Senior Talia Gilliard Jackson led a valiant effort for the Wildcats with 11 points and had Gettysburg on the ropes at the end of the third quarter, leading 29-24.

GHS Warriors Take on First Seeded Wildcats Tonight

The fifth seeded Gettysburg Area Warriors (17-2) travel to Mechanicsburg to take on the first seeded Mechanicsburg Wildcats (17-3) in the Pennsylvania Class 5A State Girls Basketball semifinals tonight at 7:00 p.m. The Warriors are coming off of a nail biting, 43-39 victory over Cocalico in the quarterfinals and are looking to repeat as champions