Streaks win 12u LNP Tournament

The Manheim Township Streaks have won their second LNP Tournament in a row thanks to two home runs. One, a 3-run shot by Dylan King, the other a 2-run poke…

LNP Baseball Tournament Begins

The LNP Tournament began this week. You may know it as the New Era Tournament. It’s sponsored by the local newspaper now known as the LNP. It’s been staple of…

Local Volleyball Team Brings Home Trophy

The PA East Crushers, comprised mainly of Ephrata and Cocalico players, brought home 3rd place after the AAU Nationals in Florida last week.

Chris Murphy signs with Astros

Millersville, Pa. – Chris Murphy became the seventh Millersville University baseball player to be selected in the MLB First Year Player Draft on Wednesday June 10th, going to the Houston…

Bo Spiller Male Athlete of the Year

Solanco’s senior two sport star Bo Spiller has been voted the Male Athlete of the Year by the Lancaster Newspaper (LNP) sports journalists. Bo was a defensive lineman and anchored…

Kelly Liebl Female Athlete of the Year

Kelly Liebl, Ephrata High School’s three-sport star has been voted as the L-L League Female Athlete of the Year by the Lancaster Newspaper (LNP) sports journalists. This past fall, on…

LCC wins State Class A Championship

From the moment Chandler Petersheim opened the game by reaching on an error, Lancaster County Christian already was in attack mode. Actually, Chris Burns’ Lions were raring to go long…

Recap District 3: Hempfield loses 9 to 8 to CV

May 19th. District 3 semifinal Boys Lacrosse: Jeff Hamlin saw his opening and took it. More importantly, he didn’t miss. Cumberland Valley’s junior midfielder rifled a shot into the back…

The All-State, L-L Softball All-Stars

Here are the players who have made the District Three Class AAA and Class AAAA Pennsylvania High School Softball Association All-State Team. Donegal senior catcher Rachel Mummau and sophomore shortstop…

Best of the Best of Spring 2015

Here are some of the best video highlights as captured by Blue Ridge Communications. They mostly cover the Northern Lancaster County and Lebanon County schools.