Nearly six months have passed since the death of Lampeter-Strasburg grad and former hoops standout Ryan Smith, who died March 22 after a 19-month battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
High School Basketball
Chances are good a drive through West Lampeter Township will take you past Village Park and the large progress meter that runs along Village Road. The meter shows how much has been raised for the $2.5 million project at the park. The project is aimed at creating or improving athletic facilit…
The coaching carousel continues to churn in Lancaster-Lebanon League girls basketball circles, even in August.
Wandering around cavernous Spooky Nook Sports Complex Saturday morning, I ran into Lebanon Valley College basketball coach Brad McAlester.
Devonne Pinkard has had some terrific influences during his basketball career.
Earlier in his pro basketball career, Garden Spot alum Todd O’Brien would often wear down the opposing center by running him into the ground over the course of a game.
In the pantheon of standout players who have come through McCaskey’s girls basketball program, Teasia Myers-Pena is on the short list of the Red Tornado’s all-time all-stars.
Like pretty much every other athlete in the Lancaster-Lebanon League at the end of last summer, Cocalico’s Hannah Custer wasn’t quite sure what she was stepping into.
Can Braden Bohannon get some down time? Does he even want any?
This Saturday will mark exactly two months since the death of former Lampeter-Strasburg High School and East Stroudsburg University basketball standout Ryan Smith. It had followed a long battle with Leukemia.
It is one of the most coveted awards in the Lancaster-Lebanon League, and a pair of talented student-athletes this week were rewarded handsomely for their work in the classroom and on the playing fields for the 2020-21 school year.
Another week, another Lancaster-Lebanon League girls basketball coaching vacancy.