As another year comes to a close, we are counting down the Top 11 Sports Moments of 2011. We will add the stories here after they air on News 11.
11. Atlantic League Dominance
The York Revolutions and the Lancaster Barnstormers had quite the season. Both battled it out for prestige, with the Revs winning their second consecutive championship.
10. F&M's Glenn Robinson
Franklin and Marshall's Men's Basketball Coach, Glenn Robinson reached a milestone this season, notching his 800th win:
9. Lancaster Catholic Boys Basketball
The Lancaster Catholic boys basketball team had a season for the books, remaining perfect in the regular season, and winning its first district title in program history.
8. Emily Cameron
Warwick swimmer, Emily Cameron continued where she left off in 2010; breaking state records and adding some gold medals to her mantle:
7. Warwick Boys Soccer
Warwick boys soccer did what was 13 years coming, win league championship gold:
6. Manheim Central Football
The Manheim Central football team fought one of its hardest battles on September 2nd when the Barons went on the field for the first time without their four fallen teammates. Coach Mike Williams called their win over Lower Dauphin that night, one of the best.
5. John Armbrust and Connor Schlegel
Garden Spot duo, John Armbrust and Connor Schelgel quite the double threat for Garden Spot with both the QB and wideout racking up some impressive numbers.
4. Manheim Central Softball
The Lady Barons had a season for the books, winning their first District crown in program history and making a run at states.
3. Warwick Field Hockey
The Lady Warriors win a league title over section rival, and go far into November with a trip to the state final.
2. Lancaster Mennonite Boys Soccer
LMH soccer not only got back to back district crowns in 2011 to add to its trophy case, but the Blazers added state gold to their collection, winning the school's first ever PIAA title.
1. Lancaster Catholic Football
The Crusaders had the perfect season, literally. A 16-0 record, a 7th consecutive section title, a district title, and their second PIAA title in three years.