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Joshua Gearhart, Reporter

April 28, 2020

Now that our world is engulfed by a vicious pandemic that is claiming thousands of lives and threatening our economy, sports are surely the furthest thing from our minds currently. Although, there are many sports’ fans who are still itching for the return of their favorite sport, so they can find somethi...

Hershey Boys Lacrosse Defeats Susquehannock 10-6

Midfielder Jay Rodriguez collides with a Susquehannock player in the final minutes of their game on May 16, 2019.  Hershey won 10-6. (Broadcaster/Caroline Glus)

Sophie Beck and Caroline Glus

May 17, 2019

Hershey took home a 10-6 win against Susquehannock in the district play-offs, Thursday, May 16, 2019. Susquehannock started off the first quarter strong, quickly scoring five goals. Despite falling behind 5-2, Hershey began to dust themselves off and eventually got the score to 4-5 by halftime. ...

Mark Sickler and Elijah Duck to Lead Boys Lacrosse Team

Captain Mark Sickler runs with the ball at a game against Central Dauphin. Sickler is committed to West Point to play Division I lacrosse. (Broadcaster/Emma Quillen)

Emma Quillen, Reporter

May 16, 2019

Qualifying for districts doesn’t happen without great leadership. The Hershey High School Boys Lacrosse team has had a successful season. The team has selected senior Mark Sickler and junior Elijah Duck as their captains to lead them this year. Sickler plays midfield and has been playing lacros...

MLB Free Agent Signings are likely Cause of Spike in Extensions

Bryce Harper takes a swing during one of his first games in a Phillies uniform on March 31. Harper signed a 13-year contract to land in Philadelphia. (Ian D’Andrea/Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0)

Sam Allery, Reporter

May 3, 2019

Extension-mania has begun. Over the past two months, several professional baseball players and their teams have opted to extend their current contracts rather than face free agency. The cause of this hysteria is likely an effect of the two free agent bidding wars that took place this off-season....

Hershey’s Girls’ Lacrosse Beat Mechanicsburg

The Hershey girls’ lacrosse team warms up for the game against Mechanicsburg on April 23, 2019. They won the game 18-0. (Broadcaster/Eva Baker)

Eva Baker, Reporter

April 26, 2019

The Hershey’s girls’ lacrosse team won 18-0 on home turf against Mechanicsburg on April 23, 2019, at 7 pm. The game ended early due to lightning. 7:19 remained on the clock in the second half. Hershey sophomore Katana Nelson scored their first goal 11 seconds into the game.  She scored again la...

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