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Greyhound girls basketball Ryleigh Minor (#22) had a high game of the year with 25 points against Gettysburg Tuesday. She also led the team in scoring Friday night against Greencastle-Antrim with 9 points and 6 rebounds.

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With under ten seconds to go in the fourth quarter, Greyhound freshman Cole Trn drove through the paint and drew contact with the Polar Bear defender and got the foul called. Trn tied the ballgame and gave the Greyhounds the lead with his two free throws.

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Shippensburg University’s Eric Kirk (Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville Area) was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Men's Indoor Track Athlete of the Week on Monday afternoon by the league office after multiple strong performances in the Raider team victory at the 2023 Gulden…

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Greyhound girls basketball Senior Elke Staver (#20) scored 16 points to help the Lady Greyhounds win over Gettysburg 69-47 Tuesday.

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Greyhound Senior Thayne Stine (#21) books it across the court against the Trojans recently.

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The Shippensburg University wrestling team saw its injury woes pile up during a 1-3 day at the Manganaro Duals last Saturday hosted by Ursinus College.

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Williams Grove Speedway has released its 2023 schedule of events featuring 30 dates for the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint cars along with an even dozen events for the HJ Towing & Recovery 358 sprints.

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The Shippensburg Greyhounds had six varsity wrestlers participate in the 8th annual MyHouse Trojan Wars Wrestling Tournament December 29 and 30. This year's event featured 38 teams from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Delaware.  There were multiple nationally ranked wrest…

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Shippensburg's Wrestling Diesel Koser defeats Milton's Cale Bastian 3-1 at the MyHouse Trojan Wars Holiday Tournament last week to secure a spot on the coveted podium.

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The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team ended 2022 by dominating Clarion, 64-44, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) crossover matchup Friday night at Heiges Field House.

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Greyhound Swimming and Diving Freshman Madalyn Kauffman is already one of the hardest workers on the team, while also bringing incredible enthusiasm and a positive attitude. She is always encouraging her teammates and pushes herself to continually improve.

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The Greyhounds could not miss a shot in Tuesday night's matchup with the Big Spring Bulldogs. The Greyhounds 17 threes in the game. The Hounds offensive firepower from beyond the arc proved too much for big spring as the Greyhounds got off to a hot start with a quick five points each from gu…

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Greyhound Baseball center fielder Senior Erby Weller recently announced his commitment to play baseball at Shippensburg University beginning in the fall of 2023.

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Both Shippensburg boys and girls basketball teams fell to Milton Hershey Friday evening. 

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The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team has announced its team captains for the 2022-23 season: senior Ariel Jones (Lebanon/Cedar Crest), senior Lauren Pettis (Harrisburg/Susquehanna Township), graduate Erin Gibbons (Swoyersville/Wyoming Valley West (Mansfield)) and junior Treasu…

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Shippensburg Girls Basketball Senior Acasia Beam (#21) currently plays the position of post. 

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Shippensburg High School Boys Wrestling Junior John Gleason has been wrestling for three years, saying he started as a way to have fun with friends, and now keeps at it because “it makes me a better person.”

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The Shippensburg Greyhounds’ second half comeback wasn’t enough to gain ground against Solanco High School in District Quarterfinals last weekend as they fell to the Mules, 35-42. 

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The Shippensburg University football team played the role of spoiler in a wild overtime victory over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division opponent Gannon in its regular season finale Saturday at McConnell Family Stadium, 35-28.