The Camp Hill senior earned Golfer of the Year honors after capturing Class 2A state, District 3 and Mid-Penn Conference titles this fall.
After capturing his first District 3 championship this fall, Cumberland Valley's Brady Davidson ends successful senior season with Golfer of the Year honors.
The Mid-Penn Conference released its all-division golf recipients Monday night, and 22 Sentinel-area golfers were awarded all-division laurels.
The Boiling Springs boys and Cumberland Valley girls golf teams wrapped up their 2021 season Monday at the PIAA Class 2 and 3A State Championships at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York.
Cumberland Valley's Brady Davidson and Emily McAninch finished their individual prep careers in the state championship tournament at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York.
Brady Davidson and Emily McAninch fired rounds of four – and 13-over par to cap what have been individual prep golf careers rich with success and dedication.
Paige Richter becomes the first Camp Hill female golfer to ever win the state crown and just the second Lions golfer overall since Jack Weaver won in 1945.
Richter shot 73 at Heritage Hills to capture the state title.
Before the book closes on another season, a number of Sentinel-area golfers are hoping to take their respective charge at some state hardware. For some, Monday and Tuesday will be the last tournament wearing their schools' colors.
Richter rode a comfortable lead after Day 1 to her second district title while Davidson made up ground on the first hole Saturday to capture the Class 3A boys crown.
Boiling Springs repeated as District 3 Class 2A team champions behind Josh Hiles' 76, Brooke Graham's 84, Nathaniel Harbst's 85 and Matt Whare's 86.
It’s that time of year again.
Paige Richter carded a 1-under 71 at Dauphin Highlands Wednesday to claim her third straight conference title.
MOUNT WOLF — When Carlisle’s Richard Kline began playing golf, one of the tips his grandfather provided him was, any time he hit a bunker shot, to make sure he hit about 2 inches behind the ball, providing some backspin so the ball would stop abruptly once it landed flush on the green.
Mechanicsburg head golf coach Doug Erney was traveling to Penn State University Sept. 17 to visit his son and catch the Nittany Lions’ whiteout game against Auburn University when he received a text from senior Jacob Dollman.
Boiling Springs golf coach Jim Lithgow said prior to the start of the season that the goal for his team was to repeat as Mid-Penn Capital Division champions.
After guiding Cumberland Valley to a pair of team titles last fall, Emily McAninch is taking her talents to Oglethorpe University following her high school career, with the hopes of helping the Petrels soar to new heights.
Behind Zach Rengen's 79, Cody Fey and Owen McDonell's 83s, Mechanicsburg extended its undefeated season Monday at Carlisle Barracks Golf Course.
Friday, Aug. 27
Local high school golf and tennis results from area teams.
Monday's local high school sports results.
A look at this week’s sports schedule in Cumberland County. Check online every night for scores and results from these games as well.
Waynesboro swept the season opener on its home course Thursday.
Thursday, Aug. 19