nice blue clear sky, with a little bit of dark clouds.
the trees look like very dark broccoli, and
the leaves are hanging on for dear life
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On Monday night, the baseball team started their District III playoff campaign with a matchup against the Spring Grove Rockets. The 11th seeded Rockets entered the matchup with a record of 13-7, while the 6th seeded Pioneers boasted a 17-6 record. The Rockets had won 4 games in a row before losing to Waynesboro in their final regular season matchup. The Pioneers were on a 9 game win streak prior to falling to Manheim Central in the L-L League title game. Braedon Karpathios Takes Field in Game at Ephrata (Cynthia Powell) Senior ace Caleb Guyer started the game on the hill for the Pioneers. The southpaw boasted a 1.47 ERA heading into play. Beau Boyers tossed for the Rockets. The Rockets struck first in the 3rd inning when Boyers helped himself out and drove a single into left field, scoring Landon Bailey. The Pioneers answered back in the bottom half of the frame when courtesy runner Myles McQueen crossed the plate on a groundout by Alex Knapp. McQueen was moved into scoring position b
Last night, the Lampeter-Strasburg Softball team defeated New Oxford in the first round of playoffs. Four home runs by the Pioneers ended the game in the fifth inning by the 10 run rule. Cam Byler had two home runs. Brooke Zuber and Chloe Blantz each had one as well. Keiva Middleton pitched a no-hitter with eight strikeouts and only 1 walk. Softball hosts Donegal this afternoon at 4:30 in the quarterfinals contest. Photos by Cindy Rossini Powell
On November 1, 2017 the Lampeter-Strasburg field hockey team, traveled out to Mechanicsburg to compete against the New Oxford Colonials. The game was at 5 and was and a hour away, so we got out of school at 2:15 pm and left the school at 2:45 pm. We arrived at the field at 3:50 pm. When we got there we found out we were wearing the wrong color jerseys, which no one had. We quickly had to change into what we could before we got to practicing. As soon as we figure things out we got on the field and began to warm up. There was ten minutes left until the game started. Coach Mrs. Katrina Swarr gave us the line-up and then went for the coaches and captains meeting. After the meeting they announced the starting line-ups and did the National Anthem. We were then ready to start the game. LSFH keeps up the pressure but is unable to score. L-S v. New Oxford scoreless at halftime. #LLFieldHockey pic.twitter.com/Bg6ccrcmJS — LSFH Pioneers (@LsfhPioneers) November 1, 2017 As the game