The Liberty University signee netted 50 goals and six assists as a senior, earning Pennsylvania Player of the Year honors and her third straight All-State selection.
The heart of the Lions’ attack, Raney scored 27 goals and dished out 15 assists for a Camp Hill team that finished with a 19-4 record, won Capital Division and District 3 titles and advanced to the state Class A quarterfinals.
The Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association named Mechanicsburg senior Halle Engle its 2021 female state player of the year Monday. Engle was also a PSCA all-state selection and a nominee for the United Soccer Coaches Region II All-America Team.
The Mid-Penn released its list of division all-star teams for girls soccer Monday, naming Mechanicsburg senior Halle Engle the Keystone Division MVP and granting coach of the year honors in the Commonwealth Division to Carlisle coach Greg Clippinger.
The Mid-Penn Conference released its list of division all-stars Monday, giving division MVP honors to Boiling Springs’ Gavin Rauhut and Camp Hill’s Liam Raney.
BERNVILLE — Nearly 30 minutes after the final horn sounded, some of the Camp Hill Lions were the last to leave the stadium at Tulpehocken High School on Saturday afternoon.
The Mustangs scored a pair of counter-attack goals to defeat the Wildcats, whose leading scorer was sidelined with an injury.
A pair of second-half goals from Fiona Mahan helped the Antelopes extend their historic season.
The PIAA Championships for girls soccer are scheduled to resume with quarterfinal game Saturday, as Mechanicsburg (Class 3A) and Trinity (Class 2A) remain in the hunt for state gold.
The PIAA Championships for boys soccer are scheduled to resume with quarterfinal game Saturday. Camp Hill is the lone local representative in the brackets.
Jess Knaub dragged her pen across paper Wednesday afternoon, making her commitment to Siena College to play women’s soccer official outside the Trinity High School Gymnasium. Signs of the future surrounded the prolific goal scorer: A green and gold bouquet and a pair of Siena caps on the tab…
With the clock ticking toward two minutes remaining in the second overtime in Tuesday’s PIAA Class 3A opener at Northside Elementary, Mechanicsburg’s Halle Engle curled to her left and found space behind the St. Hubert defense. Engle dribbled once before placing a shot on goal that slipped t…
Camp Hill flexed its own offensive muscle streaking out to a 6-0 lead behind a Liam Raney hat trick before claiming the 7-2 victory in front of a partisan crowd at Seibert Park. The Lions advance to the quarterfinals to face defending Class 1A champions Faith Christian, 1-0 winners over Masterman.
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The PIAA girls soccer playoffs are set to begin with first-round games scheduled for Tuesday. Four local teams are looking to advance when they open their respective tournaments.
The PIAA boys soccer playoffs are scheduled to begin with first-round games slated for Tuesday. Camp Hill is the lone area representative in the field vying for a state title.
The Wildcats won their second consecutive District 3 Class 3A title over Elco in a final that was decided in penalty kicks.
Goalkeeper Ari Frey made two saves in penalty kicks to help the Wildcats win their second straight district title.
The Lions rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to defeat Tulpehocken 2-1 for the district title at Hersheypark Stadium.
HERSHEY – The shouts from the cheering sections for both sides shot through the cold air and the tension at Hersheypark Stadium Wednesday night, but with 3:48 on the clock and the District Three Class A title game between Tulpehocken and Camp Hill, everything settled to a half-second silence…
Oley Valley knocked off Boiling Springs in penalty kicks to advance to the District 3 Class 2A championship game.
LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP — The combination of Alex Murphy and Marlie Dickerson was the difference, as each player recorded a goal and an assist, helping Central Dauphin to its 20th straight win, a 2-0 victory over Carlisle Tuesday in the District 3 Class 4A semifinals.
Through 80 minutes of regulation, two 15-minute overtime periods and a series of penalty kicks that extended beyond the standard five rounds, Boiling Springs banged on the door to its second consecutive District 3 Class 2A boys soccer championship game and the program’s first-ever ticket to …