Enigma is the 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
After a undefeated season of Section 2 victories going 5-0, the Lampeter-Strasburg Girls Tennis team was rewarded with the Section 2 championship last Friday. Overall, the girls went 10-4 this season with an impression record of 42-10 in singles and 62-14 in doubles.
Lancaster-Lebanon league championships, which started Thursday, continue tomorrow at Conestoga Valley. Here's the current status of L-S players still in the tournament. Flight One Singles
Sarah Capoferri won two rounds to
advance to semifinals. Flight One Doubles
Sarah Capoferri and Larson Kessler
won first round. Flight Two Doubles
Izzy Brown and Sierra Stoltzfus won
first round. Flight Three Doubles
Ryan Gerhardt and Kendall Winters
won first round.
Flight Four Singles
Ryan Gerhardt won two rounds to
advance to semifinals.
The students develop several skills that help them to learn lead organizations and people.
The fundraiser is this Thursday, October 11 at Isaac’s on 226 Gap Road, Strasburg (The Shops at Traintown). 25% of your check will go to the L-S GSA and 15% of an gift cards you purchase will go to the L-S GSA.
Make sure to bring a GSA fundraiser flier with you. If you don’t have a flier you can get one from Mr. Spealman in room 225.
After last week's disappointing loss in the Lampeter Bowl to Conestoga Valley, the Lampeter-Strasburg football team was ready to prove that their previous wins--all non-league matches--had not happened by accident.
The Pioneers made their point last night by blanking Garden Spot 42-0 in front of a supportive student section at JK Mechanical Field. Much of the Pioneer victory can be credited to the defense which prevented Garden Spot from advancing the ball past the midfield almost the entire game.
The Pioneers are now 4-1. Next week, the team hosts Hempfield (2-3).