One pitch was the difference for Tucker Chamberlin and the rest of the Shippensburg high school varsity baseball team in their Senior Night loss to the Greencastle Blue Devils Tuesday afternoon at SASHS, 3-1.
Hannah Marsteller set the single-season school record for home runs and head coach Alison Van Scyoc surpassed 100 career victories on Friday as the Shippensburg University softball team swept No. 23 Kutztown, 11-2 and 8-2, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division d…
After showing some rust offensively in their opener, the Cumberland Valley Hitmen settled in this week and began to show what they are capable of, moving to 2-0 on the season with a dominant 66-0 victory over the Snyder County Spartans on the road.
Williams Grove Speedway will present the annual Tommy Hinnershitz Memorial Spring Classic coming up this Friday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m., sanctioned by the All Stars Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars.
Chambersburg Country Club will be hosting their 2021 Spring 2-Man Scramble Saturday, April 24. The 2-Man Scramble event is open to all area golfers. Registration includes all green and cart fees. Tee Times on holes No. 1 and No. 10 begin at 8:30 a.m. Lunch is included following completion of play.
Dylan Anderson has been racing for five years, but collected his first career Feature win at Path Valley Speedway Saturday night in the Macri Concrete 600 Sprint Division.
The Shippensburg high school baseball team’s offense got on track in a big way Tuesday, pounding out 12 runs on 11 hits to pick up their second win of the season in a 12-3 victory over the Big Spring Bulldogs at home.
The Shippensburg University baseball team traveled to Philadelphia on Friday and posted a sweep of Jefferson in a non-conference doubleheader at Alumni Field, defeating the Rams by scores of 4-2 and 14-0 in a pair of seven-inning games.
Shippensburg University sophomore Hannah Marsteller was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division Softball Athlete of the Week March 29 by the league office. It is the second time in her career she has received the award.
Greyhound softball’s Cierra Bender pitched brilliantly through 5 innings Tuesday, but she was unable to carry her high-wire act to the finish line in a hard-luck loss against the rival Big Spring Bulldogs on the road, 5-2.
In the high-scoring world of eight-man football defense is sometimes optional, but it was the Cumberland Valley Hitmen’s defensive unit that was key during their season-opening win Saturday.
The Mid Penn Conference recently released their winter sports All-Conference teams, and five Shippensburg student-athletes were among those that were recognized.
The Shippensburg High School varsity baseball team was officially charged with only two errors Tuesday, but there were a number of additional plays that should have been made -- but weren’t -- resulting in a loss to the Northern Polar Bears in their home opener, 12-2.
Ship sophomore Cierra Bender came through with the bat and in the circle to propel the Lady Greyhounds to a victory over the West York Bulldogs in their season opener Saturday at home, 10-6.
Two years of waiting and a lifetime of hard work came down to just 25 yards for Shippensburg Greyhound senior Julia Strine Saturday at the PIAA Swimming Championships, hosted by Cumberland Valley High School.
The last time Jess Lindsay and Gracie Johnson took the field for the Shippensburg Lady Greyhounds in a competitive game was as a sophomore and a freshman, respectively.
The last time the Shippensburg Greyhounds competed on the track, the boy’s team finished undefeated in dual meets and took home a Colonial Division title, while the girls team were not far behind -- losing only one dual meet.
Shippensburg University’s Ben Werkheiser was named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Atlantic Region Hitter of the Week on Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday, March 16, was the culmination of years of hard work for 15 Greyhound student-athletes as the Shippensburg Area Senior High School held signing day inside the high school auditorium.
Last week’s spring-like temperatures provided Greyhound baseball with an opportunity to get back into the swing of things on the diamond after a lost 2020, as well as a delayed start to their 2021 campaign.
Pennsylvania high school wrestling’s month long postseason marathon ended with 26 wrestlers being crowned state champions this past weekend at the Giant Center in Hershey.
Following nearly a 12-month hiatus after COVID-19 forced a premature ending to the 2020 season, our baseball and softball programs along with our cross country and golf programs are returning to intercollegiate competition later this month. Penn State Mont Alto asks fans to adhere to these p…
The first race under the lights of the 2021 season at Williams Grove Speedway is slated for this Friday night, March 19, at 7:30 pm. The Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint cars and the popular ULMS Late Models are on the program.
The Shippensburg University softball team played two seesaw games with Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division rival East Stroudsburg on Saturday and ended up on the winning end of each one, posting 6-5 and 10-7 victories over the Warriors in action from sunny and wind…
Shaniece Jackson, a 2016 graduate of Shippensburg University, is the first Black female hired as an athletic trainer by the Philadelphia Eagles. Jackson, who served as a seasonal intern with the Eagles in 2020, was recently named to the team’s full-time staff as an assistant athletic trainer.
In what will ultimately go down as a season of what if’s, no one can question the Shippensburg high school basketball team’s talent, will, intensity and heart.
SASHS senior Julia Strine added a District 3 title to her long list of swimming accomplishments Saturday at Cumberland Valley High School.
What was supposed to be their district playoff breakthrough instead felt like deja vu for the Shippensburg Lady Greyhounds basketball team last Wednesday.
The brand new Shippensburg University football locker room was unveiled to the team on Sunday afternoon, marking the first time that the players were able to step inside and experience the facility.
The Shippensburg High School Unified Bocce team wrapped up their inaugural season by notching their first-ever victory Feb. 23 against Lower Dauphin at SASHS.
The Shippensburg high school girls basketball team rediscovered their offensive rhythm and cut down the SASHS nets to celebrate their second consecutive Mid Penn Colonial Division title Saturday.
Junior big man Anthony Smith scored 19 points and pulled down 8 rebounds in the first half alone Monday as the Shippensburg Greyhounds defeated Mid Penn Colonial Division rivals Greencastle at home, 75-62.
The PSUAC is moving forward with intercollegiate athletics competition for spring sports, which include baseball and softball, based on the recommendation of the PSUAC Executive Committee. The decision also provides opportunities for cross country and golf, two low-transmission risk sports t…
The Shippensburg Lady Greyhounds are riding a 12-game win streak and have risen to the No. 1 spot in the District 3 5A power rankings on the back of their defense.