The Lampeter-Strasburg football team continued their road show the for second week by visiting non-league rival Penn Manor at Comet Field.
Ultimately, the Pioneers won in a 42-0 shutout that made a week of scorching hot practices and the trip all worth it.
Penn Manor entered their second game of the season with something to prove having lost their opening match-up to Conestoga Valley, 13-31 last week. L-S, on the other hand, brought a 1-0 record to the bout after beating Spring Grove, 35-13.
Junior Bryan McKim started the scoring frenzy for the Pioneers halfway through the second quarter with a three yard touchdown run. McKim did the same thing again in the third quarter. He finished the game with 107 yards on 14 carries.
It wasn't just the offense that scored for the Pioneers. Defensive player Jacob Kopelman intercepted a pass for a 65 yard touchdown late in the second quarter.
Despite being rivals, the L-S student section came wearing yellow as a sign of support for the Penn Ma…
In My Own WordsIn this installment of In My Own Words, freshman Cassie Meck gives her tips on making the best of now being in the high school.
As school has just started up again, I thought that it would be a good idea to write about how to have a good experience in high school!
High school is a lot different than being in middle school surrounded by people are all younger than you. My hope is that high school will be an awesome experience for me, and I hope the same for you! So far, it has been awesome, so here are a few tips for you to be able to have an awesome time too!!
Tip #1 Get yourself involved! Being part of a group in your school like a band, choir, or club will help you to feel included and an important part in your school. It will also help you to make lots of good friends.
I have been in the school band since fourth grade. I joined chorus when I was in seventh grade. Being part of these groups have been so rewarding. I met so many people that may have been a grade above …
That was the question asked all week during summer's post-Labor Day death rattle after four consecutive days of 90 plus degree temperatures. It had been so hot, in fact, that after school sports practices were often delayed to 6 pm.
So when Friday's forecast called for cooler weather and a 7 pm start time, everyone was thrilled. What no one expected was that West York with an 0-2 record would bring the heat with them to Lampeter-Strasburg's JK Mechanical Stadium for the season home opener.
Fortunately, the Pioneers with less than five minutes on the clock in the fourth quarter were able to break the 28-28 tied game with a 11-yard touchdown throw to Joe Underwood for the eventual victory.
The Pioneer defense also contributed to last night's win by holding West York's offense at the 24-yard line with less than two minutes on the clock that culminated with an interception on a jump ball for the Pioneers.