The Shippensburg University Raiders hope to have a busy spring semester — one that will allow them return to some sort of normalcy and perhaps, maybe begin to put the COVID-19 pandemic finally behind them.
Central Penn College announced the hiring of former SU women’s basketball player Erin Miller to lead Central Penn’s women’s basketball program.
The Mid Penn Conference announced last week their plans to continue on with high school winter sports even as the country sees a surge in reported COVID-19 cases.
Shippensburg Area Senior High School’s junior and freshman classes triumphed for the first time ever during the 3rd annual SASHS Powder Puff flag football game on a cold, blustery Tuesday evening at Veterans Stadium.
The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) has announced the cancellation of its mandated regular-season and championship competition for winter sports following a vote of the league’s Board of Directors.
The Penn State Mont Alto cross country programs competed in a series of challenges on campus here this fall in lieu of the traditional fall season. The student-athletes wrapped up practices at the end of October as the contests included three different mile time trials, a mini Lap-a-Thon and…
The 2020 Shippensburg University Athletics Hall of Fame class was announced this week in a pre-produced video ceremony that is available online at the Shippensburg University Athletics website, shipraiders.com.
Ship Golf proprietor J.W. Weedon welcomed a field of 18 players Saturday, Nov. 7, including numerous touring pros from throughout the U.S., to his beautiful Ship Golf range complex to contest the six-round 2020 Ship Golf Miniature Golf Course Championship on the facility’s recently re-design…
The Greyhound football team capped off their historic, pandemic-shortened season with a 20-7 victory over the Susquehanna Township Indians Friday Night at Veterans Stadium.
For Greyhound cross country’s Eli Spence, the PIAA Cross Country Championships became a microcosm for the entire 2020 cross country season.
After starting their season 0-6, the Big Spring high school volleyball team went 7-3 over their final 10 games, concluding their strong second half with a victory over rivals Shippensburg Thursday evening on the road.
The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference has announced the cancellation of all mandated regular season and championship competition for fall sports that were to take place over the 2020-21 season. The decision comes following a majority vote of the Board of Directors – the 18 presidents wh…
The throwers for the Shippensburg University track & field team were treated to a series of five presentations during the fall 2020 semester from an impressive group of renowned track & field athletes and sports professionals.
The Greyhound football team has now rattled off three straight victories following a commanding 28-10 victory over the Greencastle-Antrim Blue Devils Friday night on the road.
Shippensburg Greyhound senior runner Eli Spence entered exclusive company with his performance at the District 3 Cross Country Championships Saturday at Big Spring High School.
The Shippensburg high school girls soccer team finished their 2020 season strong, out-scoring their opponents 9-0 in their final two games, including a 3-0 victory over the Big Spring Bulldogs Monday on the road.
Ship field hockey senior Alexa Henry reached 100 career points in what was her final game as a Greyhound, scoring a hat trick during a 4-1 victory over Bishop McDevitt in their season finale Friday, Oct. 30 at home.
The Shippensburg Area Athletic Association made a donation of $500 to Shippensburg Midget Football League to show their support for the league during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. SAAA President Todd Martin handed the check to Jeremy Stouffer, president of the Shippensburg Midget Football L…
The Shippensburg High School football team used a balanced attack to squeak by the East Pennsboro Panthers Friday night in the back-and-forth battle that resulted in a 25-22 Greyhound victory on the road.
Shippensburg junior Kelsey Shope netted a first half goal to give the Lady Greyhounds an early lead, only for the visiting James Buchanan Rockets to respond with a pair of second half tallies to hand the ‘Hounds a bitter 2-1 loss Thursday at Veterans Stadium.
The Ship Golf range facility, located at 1065 Heritage Ave. in Shippensburg, announced that it will hold a course championship on its newly redesigned miniature golf course on Saturday, Nov. 7, beginning at 9:30 a.m. The tournament, open to all players, will consist of six rounds of medal pl…
Shippensburg senior forward Alexa Henry scored three goals and added a pair of assists in Greyhound field hockey’s 5-0 win over the Waynesboro Maidens Saturday on the road.
The Greyhound football team used a strong run game and a commanding defensive effort to snap a three-game losing streak to start the season and propel themselves to a 20-7 victory over the West Perry Mustangs Friday night at Veterans Stadium.
The Northern Polar Bears put on a footballing clinic at the expense of the Shippensburg Greyhounds during a resounding 8-0 victory Tuesday evening in Dillsburg.
Senior forward Alexa Henry scored the only goal to send Greyhound field hockey past the West Perry Mustangs in a tightly fought defensive battle Monday afternoon at SASHS.
At 16, Chambersburg’s Carson Forrester has already achieved a number of major accomplishments as a competitive angler. But this month, the Chambersburg Area Senior High School junior likely scored his biggest catch to date, placing 11th overall at the recent Big Bass Zone Junior Championship…
The Greyhound football passing game was on point in Friday night’s matchup against the Polar Bears of Northern York High School, but Northern (3-0, 3-0 Colonial) produced two 100-yard rushers in senior quarterback Jordan Heisey and sophomore running back Talon Belluscio, leading them to the …
Travis Bigham netted a hat trick to lead a barrage of goals as Shippensburg Greyhound soccer overwhelmed the Big Spring Bulldogs Saturday morning on the road, 10-1.
Construction began last week on turf replacement projects at two of Shippensburg University’s athletic venues: SU Student Association Field at Seth Grove Stadium and Robb Sports Complex/David See Field.
Two quick West Perry counterattack goals short-circuited a strong effort from the Shippensburg girl’s soccer team during the Lady ‘Hounds’ 2-0 loss to the visiting Mustangs Tuesday afternoon at SASHS.
Greyhound football outscored the Mechanicsburg Wildcats 20-0 in the second half of their Week 2 showdown, but the comeback attempt came far too late in the game -- and perhaps in the Greyhounds’ season.
Junior Mia Estep recorded the game-winning goal in overtime to send Greyhound field hockey past the Greencastle Blue Devils in a Mid Penn Colonial Division battle Monday on the road, 2-1.
Shippensburg boys soccer’s season certainly didn’t start out how they imagined, but the Hounds believed they have gotten themselves back on the correct course during their matchup Monday against the East Pennsboro Panthers at home.
The Shippensburg high school football team traveled to Waynesboro Friday night with high hopes of building off their undefeated 2019 regular season.
Colonial Division newcomers Northern made an early statement in the league title race with an emphatic 8-0 win over the Shippensburg Greyhounds Monday afternoon at SASHS.
Senior Travis Bigham scored two goals and added an assist to stake Shippensburg Greyhound soccer to a 3-0 lead Monday and eclipse 100 career points as a Greyhound, only to see his milestone overshadowed by a flood of defensive miscues as his team lost in a wild, rain-soaked affair Tuesday ev…
The biggest and richest sprint car race in the East and in the history of Williams Grove Speedway is at hand as the 58th annual Champion Racing Oil National Open looms this weekend at the Cumberland County oval.
Freddie Rahmer won his third sprint car feature of the season at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night in the National Open Tune Up race and in doing so the Salfordville speedster expanded his lead in the season-long point standings with just two races to go in the season.
Greyhound football, coming off a historic 10-0 regular season and a trip to the District 3 Class 5A Quarterfinals in 2019, is chasing perfection once again this fall.
Despite losing their No. 1 runner to graduation, Greyhound boys cross country believes they will once again be in the front of the pack in the Colonial Division this fall.
Bitter memories of last season where they faded down the stretch, costing them a playoff spot and a Colonial Division title, has Greyhound boys soccer motivated to not take their foot off the gas pedal in 2020.
During his first two years as head coach of Greyhound volleyball, John Klenzig had to take his team back to the basics. Now he feels this group, which includes an all-senior starting lineup, is ready to take their skills and the Ship volleyball team to the next level.
The prognosticators have picked the Shippensburg Lady Greyhounds to finish at or near the bottom of the Colonial Division standings in 2020, but that fact has only helped to motivate the club as they look to build on last year’s 6-12 overall record.