Todd Askins admitted to being caught more than a tad off guard upon learning that he was named a state coach of the year.
The high school basketball season came to an end for teams from the Times Area on Wednesday as Gettysburg and Delone Catholic each dropped nail-biting state quarterfinals.
It’s been a tremendous four-year run for the Delone Catholic girls’ basketball senior class, but their magnificent journey came to an end with a 40-36 loss to Lansdale Catholic in the PIAA Class 4A quarterfinals Wednesday night at Garden Spot High in New Holland.
It should come as no surprise that the Gettysburg girls’ basketball team thrives in close games.
Gettysburg senior Autumn Oaster missed each of the first four shots that she attempted, but with her team trailing by two points in the final minute, she had no qualms about letting it fly.
Delone Catholic’s Giana Hoddinott embraces the pressure that comes with being her team’s best player and at the top of the scouting report for opposing teams.
We are stepping into one of the busiest, but best, two-day stretches of the entire winter sports season. Over the next 48 hours you could practically point in any direction and find an area athlete or team competing, both scholastically and collegiately. The postseason never fails to deliver…
At times in Tuesday’s District 3 Class 4A semifinal against Berks Catholic, it felt like Bermudian Springs was certain to advance to Saturday’s championship game at the Giant Center.
Gettysburg head coach Jeff Bair called a timeout with his team trailing by five points in the fourth quarter and got yelled at by his players for doing so.
As much as they did not want to foul Anne Bair, the Pioneers of Lampeter-Strasburg just could not help themselves. Bair led the way for Gettysburg, making 12 of 14 free throws in the second half on the way to 22 points, as the Warriors beat L-S, 55-43, in the quarterfinals of the District 3 …
When Gettysburg senior Anne Bair went down with an ankle injury two weeks ago, her sole focus was getting back in time to help the Warriors in their attempt to navigate through the Class 5A bracket of the District 3 tournament and reach the title game for the fourth consecutive season.