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By Jim LewisPress and Journal StaffThere are football camps, basketball camps and baseball camps during the summer where high school kids can hone their skills in their favorite sport. Wouldyou believe there is a cross country camp, too? Yes, there … more
By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff  Buoyed by three golfers who qualified for the District 3 championships last season, Lower Dauphin could surprise top teams Hershey and Central Dauphin in the Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division, predicts … more
By Tom Klemick For The Press And Journal It was the fall of 2010 when Lower Dauphin Coach Peggy Long said that her girls’ tennis team was one year away from being a championship-contending squad. Oh, how right she was. Last season was one of the … more
By Jim Lewis Press and Journal Staff Experience and a new division – and new, easier courses to play on the road – could make this season a more successful one for the Middletown golf team. The Blue Raiders return six players with varsity … more
By Greg Pickel Press And Journal Staff Lynn Miller figured it was time to put her tennis shoes back on. After coaching three seasons of boys’ and girls’ tennis at Manheim, Miller retired from the coaching role upon arriving in Middletown. But … more
By Jim Lewis Press And Journal StaffLower Dauphin has the hitters, but does it have the setters to finish high in the Mid-Penn Conference’s tough Colonial Division and, ultimately, make the District 3 playoffs?  The Falcons return eight … more
By Jim Lewis Press And Journal Staff With a number of experienced starters returning this fall, Middletown’s volleyball team could move up in the Mid-Penn Conference’s Colonial Division. The Blue Raiders is a team that committed to youth a … more
By Greg Pickel Press And Journal Staff After playing high school soccer at Middletown, Sarah Cameron wanted the program to be as strong as it was when she had the opportunity to play. And now, with Chris Hunter vacating the girls’ soccer head … more
By Tom Klemick The Press and Journal It’s been the biggest question weighing on the minds of fans of girls’ high school athletics: How would the change of the girls’ soccer season from spring to fall affect the participation of those … more
By Greg Pickel Press And Journal Staff After losing to Fleetwood in the District 3 playoffs a season ago, the Middletown boys’ soccer team lost a number of players to graduation. In need of a goalkeeper and a new back line, the Blue Raiders needed … more
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