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L-S Football: Section 3 Preview

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WR Austin Stolzfus catching a pass in District 3 4A semifinals. (Patrick Blain LNP)
    High school football is back. With or without spectators, it's set to be yet another exciting season for L-S football and the rest of the L-L League. The sections have been re-aligned for the 2020 season with L-S dropping down to Section 3. Let's take a look at the competition.  Donegal Indians RB Garrett Blake runs the ball in a clash with Lancaster Catholic (Chris Knight LNP) Previous Record: 6-4 (6-3)Last Meeting: LS 46-Donegal 0 (2009)The Indians are coming off a solid season where they posted a winning record and almost qualified for the District 3 playoffs. Despite losing the playmaking duo of Connor Ruhl and Jake Shoemaker, who are both now playing for Wilkes University, the Indians are set for another strong season after retaining backfield duo Garrett Blake and Mason Ober, who ran for a combined 1,143 yards last year. 
Ephrata Mountaineers QB Miracle Wratto runs ball vs Lancaster Catholi…

Enigma Weekend Edition: Poetry by Kim Harris

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"Alarm Awakens" by Kim Harris
Alarm awakens, Time begins again, Drowsy zombies overtake our once lively bodies. Roam the halls for the fifth time this week. Think, write, leave, repeat. The purpose is the object of question. The routine becomes engrained in our tired minds. We yearn for a break. To rest our minds and hands. But, our request isn’t fulfilled, And we start over again the next week.


Enigma is an art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school student. Each year’s staff is formed at the beginning of that school year. The Enigma staff is responsible for all aspects of production, from writing and artwork selection to layout and publication tasks. Members are also required to attend Coffeehouse readings. Items intended for publication may be submitted to the faculty adviser, Mrs. Carol Allen-Gordon.

Enigma Weekend Edition: Poetry by Ermine Jacques

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"It Was the First Day"
by Ermine Jacques

It was the first day We were sad For there would be no                 long summer nights But curiosity and a bit of happiness                 filled the air 10th graders! Walking into English we knew it would be tough But when we were given Homework the crowd echoed “HUH”       Mr. Fisher A father, A Fighter; a teacher Most of all A guy who’s not afraid to say up ‘til 4 doing nothing more      than grading a ton of essays From Montag to Abby to scout Mr. Fisher is always there to make sure we don’t pout and if we do, he’ll hit us with a spin move or maybe two


Enigma is an art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school student. Each year’s staff is formed at the beginning of that school year. The Enigma staff is responsible for all aspects of production, from writing and artwork selection to layout and publication tasks. Members are also required to attend Coffeehouse readings. Items intended for pub…

Enigma Weekend Edition: Poetry by Zach Wade

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"The Final Game"
by Zach Wade
Walking into the rink going into the locker room seeing all your teammates knowing this is your last game with your friends your parents coming out to watch getting ready focusing listening to music going over game plan walking out onto the ice first puck drop of the last game you realize you have to win this game the most important game of your life playing with your best friends and knowing that even after the game that the team’s bond will last the rest of your life and you win the final and most important game of your life by scoring the winning goal.


Enigma is an art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school student. Each year’s staff is formed at the beginning of that school year. The Enigma staff is responsible for all aspects of production, from writing and artwork selection to layout and publication tasks. Members are also required to attend Coffeehouse readings. Items intended for publication may…

Enigma Weekend Edition: Poetry by Maggie Johnson

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"Watch"  by Maggie Johnson
Watch, As the years go by, Fast but quiet, Six months to years, Time slips away, torn from innocent fingers, watch.
Watch, As they grow from seeds To the powerful trees that protect Us from thunderous winds, To the breathtaking flowers that captivate any passerby, watch.
Watch, As destruction sweeps the land, But when help is sought after, Heads turn the opposite way, to look at the next interesting event, Neighbors left to survive alone,
watch.


Enigma is an art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school student. Each year’s staff is formed at the beginning of that school year. The Enigma staff is responsible for all aspects of production, from writing and artwork selection to layout and publication tasks. Members are also required to attend Coffeehouse readings. Items intended for publication may be submitted to the faculty adviser, Mrs. Carol Allen-Gordon.

Boys Tennis hosts Red Lion

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Yesterday, the Lampeter-Strasburg Boys Tennis team hosted Red Lion for a scrimmage. Here are the photos.

By Logan Thompson, LS News photographer




















Enigma Weekend Edition: Poetry by Natalie Zook

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"Summer"
by Natalie Zook
A simpler time, without the stress of tests homework drama GPA quizzes a time when it was warm, and the sun shone brightly on the green grass, and the soft sand tickled my bare feet a time when crickets chirped under the blanket of the summer night and the brilliant moon reflected off of the ocean waves I sit in my classroom prison, waiting with anticipation for summer to brighten my life once again.


Enigma is an art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school student. Each year’s staff is formed at the beginning of that school year. The Enigma staff is responsible for all aspects of production, from writing and artwork selection to layout and publication tasks. Members are also required to attend Coffeehouse readings. Items intended for publication may be submitted to the faculty adviser, Mrs. Carol Allen-Gordon.