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Hershey Athletic Hall of Fame inducts five at banquet

Grace Catalone, Social Media Editor October 12, 2023

The 2023 annual Hershey Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet took place on Friday, October 6th during the school day.  The 2023 inductee class included Chris Bickel, Kathy Krall, David Nolan, Katie Nolan,...

Pictured is a creek with a small waterfall.  Be sure to not drink the water from creeks during your hike as the water may be polluted or contain parasites. (Arnie Chou/Pexels)

Thinking of going swimming in a creek this summer? Keep these things in mind

Kamalini Nagarajan, Reporter June 15, 2023

Have you ever been hiking in searing hot weather and then spotted a creek? Perhaps your first thought is to jump in since the cool glistening water is just so tempting. Well, before you do that, here are...

Hershey Trojans swimming defeats Governor Mifflin 114-66

Sophia Tunks, Reporter January 25, 2022

The Hershey Women’s Swimming & Diving team beat Governor Mifflin 114-66 away on Thursday, January 6th.   There were many first place finishes by seniors Makennah Fickett, Bella Rippon, Marissa...

Senior Jillian Ruddle embraces coach Greg Fastrich who has been coaching for over 20 years. Ruddle has been swimming for 13 years. (Katie Jones/Broadcaster)

Trojans Crush CD and CD East on Senior Night

Katie Jones, Brand Manager January 24, 2020

The Hershey Trojans’ swimming and diving team celebrated their senior night on Friday, January 3rd during a tri-meet versus the Central Dauphin (CD) Rams and the Central Dauphin East (CD East) Panthers....

Editorial: Michael Phelps is the Greatest Athlete of All Time

Noah Drexler, Reporter May 17, 2019

ESPN recently published a list of the top 20 athletes who dominated their respective sports in the last 20 years. The list is based on data that ESPN collected and they gave each athlete a dominance rating,...

Hershey senior Griffin Jackson makes a jump shot in the consolation game of the Hershey Tip-Off Tournament. Hershey would finish last in the tournament. (Broadcaster/Sam Allery)

Hershey Winter Sports Season has mixed results

Sam Allery and Evan Spinney March 26, 2019

Boys Basketball: record 9-13 Coming off a fifth place finish in Districts for the 2017-18 season, the boys basketball team didn’t perform as well as they had hoped. While the beginning of the...

Hershey High School sophomore Meredith Gould warms up with the rest of Hershey’s divers. Gould went on to take first place in girls diving with a score of 221.15 on Tuesday December 13, 2016. (Broadcaster/Emily Liesch)

Hershey Swimming beats Cumberland Valley

Haley Daniels and Emily Liesch January 11, 2017

On Tuesday, December 13, 2016, the Hershey High School Trojans swimming and diving team beat the Cumberland Valley Eagles. This meet was the Trojans’ season opener and was a success for both girls...

Senior Matt Ceneviva dives into the water for the 200 IM. The boys swim team got 4th overall with 214 points on Friday, March 5, 2016.
(Broadcaster/Shanna Sweitzer)

Hershey Girls Swim to District Championship

March 10, 2016

By: Shanna Sweitzer The Hershey girls swim team won first place at the District III meet held at Cumberland Valley High School, on March 4th and 5th of 2016. Additionally both the girls and...

Freshman, Luke Hedrick, impressed his team in his first year of varsity basketball, passing the 100 point mark this season. Hedrick dropped a season high 16 points on January 22nd at home vs. Cedar Cliff.

HHS Athletes Pass Statistical Milestones

March 7, 2016

By: Anthony Barrett With the winter sports season all wrapped up, a multitude of HHS athletes have passed statistical milestones in their careers. Dylan Painter Arguably the most impressive feat...

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