Monday, October 31, 2011
District 3 quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 1
Conestoga Valley vs. Hempfield at Warwick, 7 p.m.
Lancaster Mennonite vs. York Suburban at Hempfield, 5 p.m.
District 3 quarterfinals
Tuesday, November 1
Hempfield vs. Hershey at Milton Hershey, 4 p.m.
Penn Manor vs. Central Dauphin at Hershey, 6 p.m.
Warwick vs. Red Lion at Governor Mifflin, 6 p.m.
Cocalico vs. Lower Dauphin at Comet Field in Millersville, 7 p.m.
Manheim Central vs. Fleetwood at Governor Mifflin, 4 p.m.
Donegal vs. Susquenita at Milton Hershey, 6 p.m.
Semi Finals will now be played on Thursday rather than on Wednesday.
Friday, October 28, 2011
1. Garden Spot's Tyson Petersheim passes to Connor Schlegel for a big gain.
2. Ephrata's Tim Murray gets the hand off and does the dance to the endzone.
3. Cocalico's Spencer Moser with the catch that keeps the Eagles' comeback alive.
Conestoga Valley - 14 vs. Cocalico - 17
Garden Spot - 35 vs. Solanco - 10
Lebanon - 18 vs. Manheim Central - 31
Ephrata - 48 vs. Cedar Crest - 35
Hempfield - 24 vs. Warwick - 19
Other L-L League Games:
Manheim Township - 35 vs. McCaskey - 14
Penn Manor - 6 vs. Wilson - 29
Lampeter-Strasburg - 42 vs. Elizabethtown - 0
Columbia - 30 vs. Pequea Valley - 34
Donegal - 48 vs. ELCO - 14
Lancaster Catholic - 54 vs. Annville-Cleona - 14
Palmyra - 35 vs. Northern Lebanon - 14
Conestoga Valley - 14 vs. Cocalico - 17, Final
Garden Spot - 35 vs. Solanco - 10, Final
Lebanon - 18 vs. Manheim Central - 31, Final
Ephrata - 48 vs. Cedar Crest - 35, Final
Hempfield - 24 vs. Warwick - 19, Final
Cable-11 will broadcast the Conestoga Valley-Cocalico contest. Kickoff is live at 7pm. For highlights from the rest of these games tune in to the postgame show at 10:30pm.
Hempfield vs. Hershey @ Milton Hershey, 4 p.m.
Cocalico vs. Lower Dauphin @ Penn Manor, 5 p.m.
Penn Manor vs. Central Dauphin @ Hershey, 6 p.m.
Warwick vs. Red Lion @ Governor Mifflin, 6 p.m.
Manheim Central vs. Fleetwood @ Governor Mifflin, 4 p.m.
Donegal vs. Susquenita @ Milton Hershey, 6 p.m.
Hempfield vs. CV/MT winner @ Lancaster Mennonite, 7 p.m.
Lancaster Mennonite vs. York Suburban @ Hempfield, 5 p.m.
Garden Spot vs. Gettysburg @ Penn Manor, 7 p.m.
10/28/11 Brady Forney, Warwick Football
No doubt this season the Warwick football team has faced some adversity. The Warriors battled through injury after injury. Some players muscled through those injuries on Friday nights, while others adapted to new roles. The team really did prove its name every week, and one player asked to get out of his comfort zone was Brady Forney. We find out a little bit more about the wide out, who transforms every time he puts on a helmet.
| Rissinger in the L-L Semi-finals|
Warwick field hockey's Emma Rissinger is definitely one to always step up in clutch situations for her team. In this past week alone, Rissinger not only scored the winning goal against Penn Manor in Championship game (she also scored that great goal against the Comets in the regular season), she is a threat from all areas on the field.
|Bertrando celebrating after goal against Township|
Both teams won its first league crown after a significant drought.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Warwick's Anthony Boak is not the biggest guy at 145 pounds but don't tell him that. Boak leads the league in carries, gaining over 700 yards this season.
Here is a glimpse at what Boak can do as seen on last week's High School Game Night.
Friday, October 21, 2011
1. Warwick's Tyler Farnan finds Brady Forney who runs to the endzone.
2. Lancaster Catholic's Roman Clay dashes 90 yards to get the score for the Crusaders.
3. Ephrata's Jeremy Franck connects with Kevin Sollenberger in the endzone to cut Hempfield's lead to 7.
4. Elizabethtown's Kirby Breault recovers a fumble and takes it home for the bears.
Cocalico 14 vs. 21 Garden Spot
CV 28 vs. 0 Lebanon
Hempfield 35 vs. 21 Ephrata
Manheim Central 14 vs. 7 E-Town
Warwick 20 vs. 34 Penn Manor
Other L-L League Teams:
Columbia 28 vs. 70 Lancaster Catholic
Cedar Crest 20 vs. 35 McCaskey
Wilson 19 vs.6 Manheim Township
Solanco 0 vs. 35 Lampeter-Strasburg
Annville-Cleona 12 vs. 41 Columbia
Northern Lebanon 34 vs. 35 Donegal OT
Pine Grove 28 vs. 0 Pequea Valley
Cocalico, 14 vs. Garden Spot, 21 - FINAL
CV, 28 vs. Lebanon, 0 - FINAL
Hempfield, 35 vs. Ephrata, 21 FINAL
Columbia, 28 vs. Lancaster Catholic, 70 - FINAL
Manheim Central, 21 vs. E-Town, 14 - FINAL
Warwick, 20 vs. Penn Manor, 34 FINAL
Cable-11 will broadcast the Hempfield, Eprhata contest. Kickoff is live at 7pm. For highlights from the rest of these games tune in to the postgame show at 10:30pm.
Cocalico heading to Garden Spot Friday, for the section two game. The Spartans are trying to move on from last week's heart-breaker against Lampeter-Strasburg and look ahead to attaining the home field advantage in districts. The Eagles looking to continue on its winning streak. With a 2-2 section record, Cocalico has a chance to make some noise.
For the full preview of the game click on the video below.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
|Warwick's Asher Klahold|
In Triple A Soccer, Warwick and Conestoga Valley won home field advantage for their opening games, while Ephrata , Garden Spot, and Manheim Central will fight in the preliminary round.
Click here to see what's next: PIAA AAA Soccer Brackets.
In Double A Soccer, the number one double a team in the state Lancaster Mennonite will kick off its run on October 26th against East Pennsboro or Big Spring.
For the full bracket click here: PIAA AA Soccer Championships.
|Warwick celebrating against Penn Man|
For the full breakdown click here: PIAA AAA Field Hockey
And finally in double A field hockey, Manheim Central will play its preliminary round on Saturday against Berks Catholic.
For the full bracket click here: PIAA AA Field Hockey
Monday, October 17, 2011
Cocalico's Spencer Moser might only be a sophomore, but don't let the fool you. Moser has shown some quicks this season, and is currently the leading rusher for the Eagles.
Check out how he unleashes his speed on teams in the link below.
Friday, October 14, 2011
1. McCaskey's Diante Cherry picks off Tyler Farnan and after two laterals runs over 90 yards for a TD
2. Garden Spot' Connor Schlegel's diving catch to set up TD.
3. Lancaster Catholic's Roman Clay runs into the endzone.
Garden Spot - 21 vs. Lampeter-Strasburg - 23
Elizabethtown - 20 vs. Cocalico - 31
Ephrata - 7 vs. Wilson - 47
McCaskey - 28 vs. Warwick - 18
Manheim Central vs. Conestoga Valley - PPD - Saturday, 1pm
Other L-L League Teams:
Lancaster Catholic - 47 vs. Northern Lebanon - 7
Cedar Crest - 56 vs. Hempfield - 52
Penn Manor - 22 vs. Manheim Township - 36
Lebanon - 19 vs. Solanco - 34
Annville Cleona vs. Columbia - PPD - Monday, 6pm
ELCO - 10 vs. Pequea Valley - 7
Trinity - 35 vs. Donegal - 17
Refresh this post throughout the night for live scores updated throughout the night. Follow us on Twitter @News11Sports for updates from the sidelines.
Garden Spot - 21 @ Lampeter-Strasburg - 23, Final
Elizabethtown - 20 @ Cocalico - 31, Final
Ephrata - 7 @ Wilson - 41, Final
Lancaster Catholic - 47 @ Northern Lebanon - 7, Final
McCaskey - 28 @ Warwick - 18, Final
Cable-11 will broadcast the McCaskey-Warwick contest. Kickoff is live at 7pm. For highlights from the rest of these games tune in to the postgame show at 10:30pm.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Our Under the Lights feature takes a look at one local athlete or team and shows who they are on and off the playing field. Watch our past stories below:
10/12/11 Wiegand Sisters, Manheim Central Volleyball
Manheim Central has been killing it on the courts this year. And for two players you can say volleyball is in their blood. Renee and Lauree Wiegand are the last two of the Wiegand clan to hit the courts with older sister Rochelle, graduating from the Baron nation last year. These girls can run the show on the court, and as you'll see have a love of the game and for their family that has no equal.
Monday, October 10, 2011
|Brown runs for 3 TDs against Solanco|
Conestoga Valley running back, Anthony Brown takes the crown for "Athlete of the Week" after his week 6 performance against Solanco. During the game he rushed for 329 yards and score 3 TDs and becomes only the second L-L back to rush for a 300 yard game.
Brown has not only impressed during that game, but during the entire season. He retook the lead from Solanco's Joe Welk and is now once against the L-L's leading rusher after Friday's performance. The junior is just shy from the a 1000 yard mark, running for 975 yards with ten trips to the endzone.
Brown and the Bucks will be back in action this Friday against Manheim Central at home.
Friday, October 7, 2011
1. Garden Spot Connor Schelgel's catch and run for TD
2. Ephrata QB Jeremy Franck pass to Tim Murray
3. Warwick fake punt and 21 yard gain.
Warwick - 30 @ Ephrata - 14 (FINAL)
Lampeter-Strasburg - 22 @ Manheim Central - 0 (FINAL)
Solanco - 42 @ Conestoga Valley - 40 (FINAL)
Elizabethtown - 7 @ Garden Spot - 48 (FINAL)
Cocalico -29 @ Lebanon - 28 (FINAL - overtime)
Cable-11 will broadcast the Warwick, Ephrata contest. Kickoff is live at 7pm. For highlights from the rest of these games tune in to the postgame show at 10:30pm.
Ephrata and Warwick go into battle for the George Male Trophy on Friday. If Warwick wins the game, they would tie the all time series between the two teams. The Mounts on the other hand want to win this battle for the first time since 2005.
Click on the video below for a full preview.
Manheim Central will face a daunting task Friday against Lampeter-Strasburg. Both teams coming in with a 4-1 record and riding a winning momentum.
L-L League News' Jeff Reinhart dissects the game.
Garden Spot QB John Armbrust has the league best of 14 TD passes and has accounted for four rushing TDs - with 439 rushing yards to his name. (which by the way is the second most on the team)
Check out the video below for some of his magic this year.
|Gochenauer gets the point against Cocalico|