The last time Big Spring field hockey won the Colonial Division title, senior goalkeeper Jaime Yaukey's sister, Jordan, was in her senior season manning the cage.
Big Spring's Caleb Motter was one of 71 golfers competing in the District 3 AAA Golf Championships at Briarwood Golf Club the weekend of Oct. 5. Motter, a sophomore, shot an opening round score of 94 and did not make the cut. Central York's Carson Bacha shot a 68 on the par 72 course in the …
Big Spring Soccer's U10 Warriors finished as champions of the Division 4 bracket in the Dillsburg Dual Shootout Soccer Tournament the weekend of Oct. 6.
Bulldog senior Ishmael Kirkwood appears poised and ready for one final postseason run after a strong showing during the Mid Penn Cross Country Championships Saturday at Big Spring High School.
Fighters. That is what the Big Spring Bulldogs have been this entire season. After a tough four-week stretch that included a last week’s shutout loss at home, Big Spring (3-4, 1-2) fought back down twice in the fourth quarter Friday to overcome the Greencastle Blue Devils (3-5, 0-4) and spoi…
The Big Spring Athletic Boosters to holding a fundraising event the week of Oct 22-26. This is an eco-friendly fundraiser that provides the community a convenient way to recycle while students learn about sustainability and making a positive impact on our environment. The Athletic Boosters r…
The Big Spring girls soccer team flashed some of their best passing of the season, but it was not enough to break their skid as they dropped a 2-0 decision to the visiting Eastern York Knights Monday.
After dropping the first two sets, Big Spring volleyball reeled off three straight victories to win a back and forth affair at Middletown Monday, 3-2 ([21-25], [24-26], 25-19, 25-20, 15-12).
With their top scorer sick and unavailable, Big Spring field hockey junior Alex Kutulakis provided the remedy, scoring the game winning goal in overtime to beat Greencastle Thursday at Big Spring High School.
Even though Big Spring fields an extremely young team, coach Cory Hoffman expressed the want for his team to win now, while building toward the future. In doing that, wins will come.
It was a field hockey match not for the faint of heart as the Big Spring Bulldogs picked up a narrow win over Colonial Division rivals Shippensburg Sep. 18 at home, 1-0.
The Big Spring Bulldogs played the defending league champs even in the first half, but big plays by the Waynesboro Indians after the break resulted in a Week 5 loss Friday on the road, 27-7.
Freshman striker Sage Palmer provided the game-winning goal just three minutes into Big Spring boys soccer's victory over Colonial Division rivals Boiling Springs Sep. 18.
Williams Grove Speedway 410 sprints points leader and five-time track champion Greg Hodnett died Thursday evening in a crash at BAPS Motor Speedway in York Haven.
Big Spring's Caleb Motter shot an 18-hole score of 83 during the Mid Penn Golf Tournament Monday at Dauphin Highlands Golf Course to qualify for the District 3 AAA Tournament early next month.
The past few years Big Spring High School has developed into the Mid Penn's cross country capital, hosting the Mid Penn Conference and District 3 Championships on a yearly basis.
A controversial penalty call whistled agaisnt the Big Spring Bulldogs with 18-seconds remaining in the first half turned out to be the difference in a 5-3 loss to Northern Thursday at Big Spring High School.
Big Spring volleyball's up and down season continued this past week with a with a tough loss at home at the hands of perennial league powers Trinity, followed by a victory over Harrisburg on the road.
The Big Spring Bulldogs (2-1) left the door open for a Boiling Springs team desperate for a win Friday and the Bubblers burst right on through, scoring their first victory since the 2015 season in their home opener at Ecker Field, 34-19.
Eighty minutes of intense soccer between rivals Big Spring and Shippensburg came down to the last minute of regulation and overtime Thursday evening at Bulldog Stadium in Newville.
Big Spring field hockey’s play through their first five games has made it easy to forget that the team is replacing 9 of 11 starters from last season. The 2018 Bulldogs have hit the ground running to the tune of a 4-1 overall record. They're not only beating teams, they are doing so convinci…
Big Spring football (2-0) was able to rest their star offensive weapons midway through the 4th quarter after reeling off 35 unanswered points in a dominant win at home Friday against James Buchanan (1-1).
Big Spring boys soccer had three of their five goals scored by freshmen or sophomores on their way to a runner-up finish at the 7th annual Big Spring Backyard Brawl Saturday.
The Big Spring girls soccer team learned the importance of their 2018 motto — “we over me” — during the final game of the Bulldog soccer kickoff tournament Saturday.
Big Spring field hockey’s young roster showed their inconsistency, but also their potential on their way to a runner-up finish in their season opening tournament Saturday.
Senior quarterback Tim Siwy posted an impressive season debut and junior running back Anthony Gaudioso provided the big plays in Big Spring football's Week 1 victory at Biglerville Friday, 46-20.
Big Spring volleyball is coming off a tremendous recent run, reaching district playoffs the past three seasons. But most of those players have now graduated, tasking the next generation of Bulldog volleyball to continue that same success.
Ishmael Kirkwood is on a mission. The Big Spring senior has set high goals for both himself and the Bulldog boys cross country team this fall.
Big Spring girls soccer achieved their highest win total in six years with their 5-13 record last season. A mark that included two wins over rivals Shippensburg.
With so many new faces dotting Big Spring football's roster, head coach Cory Hoffman game plan is to have his players to stay in the moment and to not look too far ahead.
Big Spring Middle School student Caden Clarke was selected to play in the 2018 Maryland USSSA All-State Games August 10-12 in Columbia, Maryland. This prestigious tournament included some of the best individual players from Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, New Jersey, and Pennsyl…
After making his mark Friday nights under the lights at Big Spring High School, Ryan Adams has his mind set on making a similar mark Saturday afternoons as a member of the Shippensburg University Raiders.
Big Spring football opens their season just one week from this Friday, and the team hit the ground running last week with a fast and a furious start to official practices.
ABBOTTSTOWN – Freddie Rahmer has beaten the best local talent, and the best in the nation. At 22 years old, the third generation racer continues to race beyond his years and out from under the shadow of his legendary father “Fast Freddie” Rahmer.