After a undefeated season of Section 2 victories going 5-0, the Lampeter-Strasburg Girls Tennis team was rewarded with the Section 2 championship earlier this month. However, the season didn't end there.
The team sent Sarah Capoferri, Larson Kessler, Izzy Brown, Sierra Stoltzfus, Ryan Gerhardt, and Kendall Winters in both singles and doubles matches for Lancaster-Lebanon league championship play.
From there, L-S tennis superstar Sarah Capoferri was able to advance from leagues all the way to districts in Hershey where she took third place this past weekend in District III 3A Girls Singles Championships.
Taking third advances her to the PIAA State Championships in November, in fact only three girls in 3A qualified for states in singles.
Furthermore, Sarah is the first L-S female tennis player to ever qualify for states in singles play. But this won't be her first trip to states though. Sarah qualified for states in her freshman year in doubles with...wait for it...her siste…
It was the kickoff for Homecoming weekend and the Lampeter-Strasburg football team needed to post a dub after a three week losing streak. Interestingly enough, Elizabethtown was riding high after a three game winning streak which they capped with by a 52-17 smack down of Penn Manor last Friday.
Sophomore quarterback Sean McTaggart secured the 20-13 victory for the Pioneers by rushing for 94 yards and scoring the lead taking touchdown with just over four minutes left in the game.
The Pioneers finish the regular season on Friday against Cocalico.
In addition, Elli Strauss was crowned homecoming queen. Johnny Franklin was crowned homecoming kind the night before during the annual powder puff game.
--Photos by Jonathan Klein, LS News editor-in-chief
Laying on the Floor
By Liana Howe
Laying on the floor
the soft melody
to another world.
the crescendos and decrescendos
rolling over me
as waves lap the shore
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