Showing posts from October, 2019

Football notches another win defeating Etown, 40-13

On Friday night, the Lampeter-Strasburg High School football traveled to Elizabethtown to take on the Bears. The Pioneers won 40-13. This week they are on the road again as they challenge Cocalico. Photos by Jonathan Klein, LS News Editor-in-Chief and Ethan Sauder, LS News Vice President

The 95th West Lampeter Fair - “Through the Eyes of the Garden Spot FFA at Lampeter-Strasburg High School”

Every year when the trees begin to change, the crops come down, while the tents go up, we celebrate the West Lampeter Fair from September 25th to the 27th. Parents and children from all around come to enjoy the fun games in tents, mouth-watering food, and local agriculture projects. In those three days, a lot happened for the Garden Spot FFA chapter from the Lampeter-Strasburg High School. This year at the West Lampeter Community Fair, 14 Garden Spot FFA members had exhibited such projects as Market Swine, Market Goats, Market Lambs, Market Steers and Dairy Beef. Our chapter had entered a tractor and corn. Jessica Herr entered hay and received best of show and Maddie Whispell entered art for the fair. During the Market Swine show on Wednesday the 25th, Jordan Martin had received 2nd in his class, Owen Risser had placed 1st place in his first-class and 2nd place in his second class. Tobias Leaman, hogs exhibited by Stephanie Mays, had placed 3rd place and 4th place in his market cla

Pioneers bring home the Milk Jug

On Friday, the Pioneers won back the milk jug trophy from Solanco, defeating the Mules, 41-14. Photos by Jonathan Klein, LS News Editor-in-Chief and Ethan Sauder, LS News Vice President

Field Hockey ties Central 1-1 in overtime

On Wednesday, October 2, the Lampeter-Strasburg Field Hockey team tied Manheim Central 1-1 in overtime. The girls also celebrated senior night that evening.  Photos by Jonathan Klein, LS News Editor-in-Chief

School Spirit sweeps through school for Homecoming

It was an exciting week for students at Lampeter-Strasburg High School as the entire student body celebrated spirit and homecoming. Each day had a theme and students could earn points for their grade my participating. Themes included 'Merica Monday, Tropical Tuesday, Hat Day, Class Color Day, and Pajama Pant Day. On Thursday was the Fall Prep Rally that introduced all the fall sport athletes, homecoming court, and competitive games between grades.     Photos by Jonathan Klein,  LS News  Editor-in-Chief and Ethan Sauder,  LS News  Vice President

Jessica Heisey crowned homecoming queen, football stumbles against Central

On Friday night, The Lampeter-Strasburg Pioneers fell to Manheim Central 33-14.  During half time, Jessica Heisey was announced homecoming queen. First Runner-Up was Anne Leaman and Second Runner-Up Emma Houck. Photos by Jonathan Klein, LS News Editor-in-Chief and Ethan Sauder, LS News Vice President