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Eagles, Trinity three-peat The two squads took


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tion-driven team head-
lined by a pair of senior
different routes to their NCAA Division I re-
Countdown
cruits, while the Sham- Counting down the top 6 stories from
third straight PIAA titles FOR 16 rocks were a young and 2016. This is No. 3. Our No. 1 story
The top area inexperienced group will be revealed Saturday.
JAKE ADAMS sports stories that battled the injury
The Sentinel bug and, earlier in the mate, Morgan Baughman (Niagara),
from 2016
It wasnt just local individuals that season, didnt seem to nailed a pair of free throws in the closing
claimed memorable state titles in 2016. possess that state championship caliber. seconds for a 43-42 win over North Al-
Several teams also left Hersheypark cra- CV (29-3) became the ninth team to legheny, assuring CV would get its chance
dling championship gold. win three straight PIAA girls basketball at the trifecta.
And two of those Cumberland Val- titles. Only Allentown Central Catholic Terry Mulls Shamrocks (23-2), who
leys girls basketball title in March and has made it four straight. have now been to four straight title games,
Trinitys girls soccer championship in Bill Wolfs Eagles played their best ball needed some of their own magic just to
SENTINEL FILE November were coveted three-peats. when they most needed it, thanks to the get to the state championship after start-
Cumberland Valley defeated Cardinal OHara in March Both those accomplished the back-to- efforts of Kelly Jekot (Villanova), who ing goalie Molly Kryzwicki suffered an in-
for its third straight PIAA Class AAAA girls basketball back-to-back in dramatically different eclipsed 2,000 career points during the jury during the PIAA quarterfinals.
championship, among the highlights of 2016. ways. postseason run.
The Eagles were a veteran and expecta- In the state semifinals, Jekots class- Please see TITLES, Page B4

ROSE BOWL HS SWIMMING

Penn
State, USC
enjoying
perks
LB Koa Farmer, from
California, shows his
teammates around LA
DAN GREENSPAN
Associated Press
ANAHEIM, Calif. Penn

State and Southern California
visited Disneyland on Tuesday,
starting the festivities leading up
to the Rose Bowl. CURT WERNER PHOTOS, FOR THE SENTINEL
It was a trip neither team could Carlisles Meg Tate took first place in the girls 200 freestyle with a time of 2:02.72 on Wednesday at the Big Spring Bulldog Bash.
have imagined making on the

Herd impress at Bash


first day of October.
The Trojans were 1-3, hav-
ing turned to redshirt freshman
Sam Darnold at quarterback and
dropping all five games against
Power 5 opposition since Clay
Helton was named head coach
the previous November. The
Nittany Lions were 3-2 with an
overtime win at Minnesota just
Tate, Chenot lead
days after coach James Frank- Carlisle in podium Bonus coverage
lin had received a public vote of For more photos plus video in-
confidence from athletic director push at annual terviews from the Bulldog Bash,
Sandy Barbour. The chaos that
had defined both programs since holiday tournament go to cumberlink.com/sports
meeting in the 2009 Rose Bowl
was threatening to consume an- MALLORY MERDA for states, Tate said. I think Im
other season. The Sentinel on my way to hopefully at least
Neither team would lose again, NEWVILLE Carlisles girls making districts. I was hoping
with No. 5 Penn State (11-2) win- swim team wanted to hold onto that I could gain points for my
ning its last nine games to end the their Big Spring Bulldog Bash team (today) so that we could
championship. be the defending champs again.
Please see ROSE BOWL, Page B7 The Thundering Herd did just Big Springs Jarod Anderson finished third in Heat 5 of the boys 100 We won this last year, so I just
that Wednesday at Big Spring butterfly with a time of 55:11 on Wednesday at the Big Spring Bulldog Bash. wanted to go out and get as many
High School, as the girls walked points as I could.
away with a team champion- Meg Tate, fresh off a five-win The freestyle specialist touched Im hoping for my next few

Blacknall, ship, their second in a row at the


event, while the boys finished in
second.
performance against Cedar Cliff
before the holiday break, contin-
ued her hot start to the season.
the wall first again in the 200 free
(2:02.72), took first in the 100
free (55.85) and anchored the 400
years that I keep going with it.
Grace Lippert pulled out a
fifth-place finish to help the girls

Bowen
The girls rolled past sec- The sophomore helped the free relay team in another first- with a time of 26.60 in the 50 free
ond-place Bishop McDevitt Herd claim the top spot in the place finish. and Maddison Young claimed
221-180, while the boys fell to a 200 medley relay. Tate racked up At the beginning of the sea- eighth in the 100 fly.
strong performance by the Cru- several more top marks through- son, I was hoping I would make

suspended saders, 255-177.5. out the morning and afternoon. districts again and even qualify Please see SWIMMING, Page B3

from Rose Steelers backup QB Jones focusing on Browns


Bowl Landry Jones will
be looking for a
still has the talent to play at the
highest level.
So while the outcome against
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Browns wont make a lick of
LOS ANGELES No. 5 Penn job in March difference in where or when the
State has suspended two starters AFC North champion Steelers
for the Rose Bowl for violating WILL GRAVES open the playoffs, Jones is well
team rules. Associated Press aware it could make a significant
Team officials said Wednes- PITTSBURGH Landry Jones impact on what locker room hes
day that wide receiver Saeed will be looking for a job in March. in next fall.
Blacknall and linebacker Manny Consider Sundays regular-sea- Its in the back of your mind,
Bowen will not play in the game son finale against Cleveland the said Jones, who will make his
against No. 9 USC on Monday. Pittsburgh Steelers backup quar- fourth career start while the
The team did not say what the terbacks last best chance at land- Steelers to give Roethlisberger the
violations were. ing an interview. day off to keep him healthy for the
Blacknall started seven games Nearing the end of his fourth postseason. First and foremost
for the Nittany Lions, totaling season behind Ben Roethlisberger, you want to win the game. Theres
347 yards and three touchdowns. Jones believes his personal learn- nothing that replaces going out ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bowen played in 13 games, to- ing curve has leveled off. That the Landry Jones, who is a free agent after this season, will be using
taling 68 tackles, 8 1/2 for losses. game is slowing down. That he Please see STEELERS, Page B7 Sundays game against Cleveland to land a new job.

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LOCAL SCHEDULE TRANSACTIONS Clemson (12-1) vs. Ohio State (11-1), 7p.m.
(ESPN)
Montreal at Florida, 7:30p.m.
Chicago at Nashville, 8p.m.
Cleveland at Charlotte, 7p.m.
Milwaukee at Chicago, 7p.m.
ASEBALL
B MONDAY, JAN. 2 Detroit at Ottawa, 8p.m. L.A. Clippers at Oklahoma City, 8p.m.
American Association N.Y. Islanders at Minnesota, 8p.m. New York at Houston, 8p.m.
Outback Bowl
TODAY LAREDO LEMURS Released OF Brennan Tampa, Fla.
Columbus at Winnipeg, 8p.m.
Colorado at Dallas, 8:30p.m.
Phoenix at Utah, 8p.m.
Metzger. Florida (8-4) vs. Iowa (8-4), 1p.m. (ABC) WIZARDS 111, PACERS 105
BOYS BASKETBALL HOLIDAY TOURNAMENTS Cotton Bowl
Los Angeles at Edmonton, 9p.m.
INDIANA (105)
BASKETBALL N.Y. Rangers at Arizona, 9p.m.
Big Spring Holiday NBA Arlington, Texas Anaheim at Calgary, 9p.m. Robinson 1-4 0-0 2, George 10-20 8-8 34,
LOS ANGELES LAKERS Reassigned C Ivica Western Michigan (13-0) vs. Wisconsin (10-3), Fridays Games T.Young 5-10 1-3 11, Turner 6-9 3-3 15, Teague
Everett at Big Spring 8 Zubac to Los Angeles (NBADL). 1p.m. (ESPN) Chicago at Carolina, 7:30p.m. 6-12 6-7 19, Miles 4-12 3-3 15, Seraphin 0-2
Rose Bowl Nashville at St. Louis, 8p.m. 0-0 0, Jefferson 2-3 1-3 5, Brooks 0-2 0-0 0,
Cedar Crest Holiday FOOTBALL Pasadena, Calif. Ellis 1-5 2-2 4. Totals 35-79 24-29 105.
Philadelphia at San Jose, 10p.m.
NFL Penn State (11-2) vs. Southern Cal (9-3), 5p.m. Anaheim at Vancouver, 10p.m. WASHINGTON (111)
Cedar Cliff vs. Lebanon 6 ARIZONA CARDINALS Signed S Christian (ESPN) Saturdays Games Porter 6-10 7-7 22, Morris 4-11 2-2 10, Gortat
Bryant from the N.Y. Giants practice squad Sugar Bowl Washington at New Jersey, 1p.m. 4-8 5-7 13, Wall 11-19 12-13 36, Beal 5-9
Camp Hill at Cedar Crest 7:30 and CB Brian Dixon from New Orleans practice New Orleans Buffalo at Boston, 1p.m. 1-4 12, Oubre 1-3 0-0 2, Nicholson 1-3 0-0
squad. Oklahoma (10-2) vs. Auburn (8-4), 8:30p.m. Columbus at Minnesota, 6p.m. 2, Smith 3-4 0-2 7, Burke 0-5 0-0 0, Thornton
CHICAGO BEARS Signed OL Cornelius Edison (ESPN) 3-6 0-2 7, McClellan 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-78
Eastern York Holiday and DB Rashaad Reynolds to the practice
N.Y. Islanders at Winnipeg, 7p.m.
27-37 111.
MONDAY, JAN. 9 Carolina at Tampa Bay, 7p.m.
squad. Indiana 25 23 26 31 105
Red Land vs. York Tech 7:30 DETROIT LIONS Placed DT Stefan Charles College Football Championship Montreal at Pittsburgh, 7p.m.
Washington 23 35 27 26 111
Tampa, Fla. Florida at Dallas, 8p.m.
on injured reserve. Signed CB Crezdon Butler. 3-Point GoalsIndiana 11-28 (George 6-10,
Mechanicsburg Holiday MIAMI DOLPHINS Placed S Isa Abdul-Quddus Semifinal winners, 8:30p.m. (ESPN) N.Y. Rangers at Colorado, 8p.m.
Miles 4-8, Teague 1-3, Turner 0-1, Ellis 0-2,
Vancouver at Edmonton, 10p.m.
on injured reserve. Signed S A.J. Hendy from SATURDAY, JAN. 21 Arizona at Calgary, 10p.m. T.Young 0-4), Washington 8-22 (Porter 3-6,
Boiling Springs vs. Twin Valley 6 the practice squad. East-West Shrine Classic San Jose at Los Angeles, 10:30p.m. Wall 2-3, Smith 1-1, Thornton 1-2, Beal 1-3,
MINNESOTA VIKINGS Signed WR Cayleb Jones At St. Petersburg, Fla. Nicholson 0-1, Oubre 0-1, Morris 0-2, Burke
Lancaster Mennonite at Mechanicsburg 7:30 to the practice squad. West vs. East, 3p.m. (NFL)
PENGUINS 3, HURRICANES 2 0-3). Fouled OutNone. ReboundsIndiana 34
NEW YORK JETS Place RB Khiry Robinson on NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Carolina 1 1 0 2 (Turner 8), Washington 54 (Gortat 16). Assists
Perry County Holiday at Susquenita injured reserve. Signed RB Brandon Burks from At Carson, Calif. Pittsburgh 0 1 2 3 Indiana 24 (Teague 11), Washington 21 (Wall
the practice squad and TE M.J. McFarland to the National vs. American, 4p.m. First Period1, Carolina, Lindholm 3 (Hanifin, 9). Total FoulsIndiana 29, Washington 27.
Greenwood vs. West Perry  6 practice squad.
SATURDAY, JAN. 28
Murphy), 8:10. PenaltiesNone. TechnicalsGortat. A16,172 (20,356).
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Placed RB Charles Second Period2, Pittsburgh, Crosby 26 BUCKS 119, PISTONS 94
Shady Side Academy Holiday Sims on injured reserve. Signed FB Austin Senior Bowl (Schultz, Sheary), 0:26. 3, Carolina, Stempniak
Johnson from the practice squad. At Mobile, Ala. 7 (Teravainen, Aho), 12:32. PenaltiesNone. MILWAUKEE (119)
Cumberland Valley vs. Seneca Valley  1:30 TENNESSEE TITANS Placed DE Mehdi South vs. North, 2:30p.m. (NFL) Third Period4, Pittsburgh, Kunitz 3 (Bonino, Antetokounmpo 8-18 6-7 23, Snell 4-4 0-0
Abdesmad on injured reserve. Signed NT Kessel), 1:59. 5, Pittsburgh, Hagelin 5 (Daley, 11, Henson 2-4 3-4 7, Parker 13-18 1-1 31,
Antwaun Woods from the practice squad and Hornqvist), 15:45. PenaltiesNone. Dellavedova 4-7 1-1 11, Beasley 3-8 1-2 7,
Shippensburg Holiday LB Kourtnei Brown and WR K.J. Maye to the NFL Shots on GoalCarolina 13-14-1946. Maker 1-3 0-0 2, Novak 0-1 0-0 0, Monroe
7-10 0-1 14, Plumlee 1-2 0-0 2, Terry 1-3 0-0
practice squad. Pittsburgh 9-8-926.
Susquehanna Twp. at Shippensburg  7:30 AFC
Power-play opportunities; . 3, Brogdon 4-6 0-0 8. Totals 48-84 12-16 119.
HOCKEY East DETROIT (94)
GoaliesCarolina, Ward 12-9-6 (26 shots-23
SHOWCASE: Shamrock Showcase at Trinity HS NHL W L T Pct PF PA saves). Pittsburgh, Murray 13-3-1 (27-25), Morris 3-10 3-4 11, Leuer 4-11 0-0 9,
NEW YORK RANGERS Assigned G Brandon y-New England 13 2 0 .867 406 236 Fleury 11-5-4 (19-19). Drummond 7-13 2-6 16, Jackson 6-15 1-1 14,
Trinity vs. Thomas Edison (Va.)  7 Halverson to Hartford (AHL). x-Miami 10 5 0 .667 349 345 A18,653 (18,387). T2:28. Caldwell-Pope 3-7 0-0 6, Hilliard 1-1 0-0 2,
ST. LOUIS BLUES Activated F Paul Stastny Buffalo 7 8 0 .467 389 348 RefereesTom Kowal, Graham Skilliter. Harris 9-15 3-3 23, Johnson 1-5 0-0 2, Baynes
from injured reserve. N.Y. Jets 4 11 0 .267 245 399 LinesmenMatt MacPherson, Steve Miller. 3-3 0-0 6, Ellenson 0-1 0-0 0, Marjanovic 1-2
GIRLS BASKETBALL HOLIDAY TOURNAMENTS TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING Signed F Brett South 1-2 3, Smith 1-5 0-0 2. Totals 39-88 10-16 94.
Big Spring Holiday Howden to a three-year, entry-level contract. W L T Pct PF PA M
APLE LEAFS 3, PANTHERS 2 Milwaukee 31 31 28 29 119
WASHINGTON CAPITALS Re-assigned F Zach y-Houston 9 6 0 .600 262 304 Toronto 1 1 0 0 3 Detroit 28 26 21 19 94
Carlisle vs. James Buchanan 1:30 Sanford to Hershey (AHL). Tennessee 8 7 0 .533 357 361 Florida 0 0 2 0 2 3-Point GoalsMilwaukee 11-22 (Parker
AHL Indianapolis 7 8 0 .467 387 372 Toronto won shootout 1-0. 4-7, Snell 3-3, Dellavedova 2-2, Terry 1-3,
Kennard-Dale at Big Spring 6 AHL Suspended Lehigh Valley D Will ONeill Jacksonville 3 12 0 .200 298 376 First Period1, Toronto, Matthews 17 (Hyman, Antetokounmpo 1-3, Brogdon 0-1, Novak
one game. North Brown), 10:38. PenaltiesGauthier, TOR, (high 0-1, Maker 0-2), Detroit 6-24 (Harris 2-5,
Central York Holiday COLLEGE W L T Pct PF PA sticking), 2:07; Gauthier, TOR, (tripping), 6:23. Morris 2-6, Leuer 1-2, Jackson 1-6, Smith
y-Pittsburgh 10 5 0 .667 372 303 Second Period2, Toronto, Nylander 8 0-1, Ellenson 0-1, Johnson 0-3). Fouled
UCONN Named Randy Edsall football coach. Baltimore 8 7 0 .533 333 294 (Matthews, Gardiner), 17:54 (pp). Penalties OutNone. ReboundsMilwaukee 38 (Parker
York Catholic vs. Cedar Cliff 6 Cincinnati 5 9 1 .367 298 305 Thompson, FLA, (roughing), 2:22; Carrick, 9), Detroit 44 (Harris 12). AssistsMilwaukee
Cleveland 1 14 0 .067 240 425 TOR, (roughing), 2:22; Bozak, TOR, (hooking), 36 (Brogdon, Antetokounmpo 8), Detroit 28
Susquehannock at Central York 7:30 NCAA FOOTBALL West 5:25; Kindl, FLA, (holding), 16:45; Jokinen, (Caldwell-Pope 7). Total FoulsMilwaukee 14,
W L T Pct PF PA FLA, (roughing), 16:55; Van riemsdyk, TOR, Detroit 12. TechnicalsMilwaukee coach Jason
Diamond State (Del.) Classic
2016-17 Bowl Glance x-Oakland 12 3 0 .800 410 361 (interference), 17:13.
x-Kansas City 11 4 0 .733 352 284 Third Period3, Florida, Marchessault 11
Kidd, Morris. A17,222 (19,971).
Cumberland Valley vs. Redondo Union (Calif.)  10:45a.m. SATURDAY, DEC. 17 HAWKS 102, KNICKS 98
Denver 8 7 0 .533 309 291 (Trocheck, Yandle), 0:29. 4, Florida, Trocheck
Celebration Bowl San Diego 5 10 0 .333 383 386 9 (Kindl, Marchessault), 2:43. Penalties NEW YORK (98)
Northeastern Holiday At Atlanta NFC Bjugstad, FLA, (holding), 8:44; Nylander, TOR, Anthony 4-9 1-2 10, Porzingis 7-17 6-9 24,
Grambling State 10, NC Central 9 (unsportsmanlike conduct), 8:44; Gardiner, Noah 5-8 4-4 14, Rose 9-28 8-9 26, Vujacic
Elizabethtown vs. West Perry 6 New Mexico Bowl East TOR, Penalty Shot (interference on breakaway 1-7 0-0 2, Thomas 0-1 0-0 0, Kuzminskas 0-0
Albuquerque W L T Pct PF PA (penalty shot)), 13:06. 0-0 0, OQuinn 3-5 0-0 6, Hernangomez 0-1
y-Dallas 13 2 0 .867 408 279 OvertimeNone. PenaltiesFlorida bench, 0-0 0, Jennings 1-5 0-0 2, Holiday 5-12 2-2
Steel-High Holiday New Mexico 23, UTSA 20
x-N.Y. Giants 10 5 0 .667 291 274 served by Marchessault (too many men on 14. Totals 35-93 21-26 98.
Las Vegas Bowl
Washington 8 6 1 .567 386 364 the ice), 3:21. ATLANTA (102)
Susquehanna Twp. vs. West Shore Christian  6 San Diego State 34, Houston 10
Philadelphia 6 9 0 .400 340 318 ShootoutToronto 1 (Matthews NG, Kadri NG, Bazemore 4-12 2-2 11, Sefolosha 3-7 4-4
Camellia Bowl
Montgomery, Ala. South Marner G), Florida 0 (Trocheck NG, Griffith NG, 11, Millsap 4-20 3-4 12, Howard 6-9 4-6
WRESTLING Appalachian State 31, Toledo 28 W L T Pct PF PA Bjugstad NG). 16, Schroder 11-21 4-6 27, Humphries 2-8
Cedar Cliff at Powerade Tournament, at Canon-McMillan HS 8:15a.m. Cure Bowl y-Atlanta 10 5 0 .667 502 374 Shots on GoalToronto 14-13-7-640. Florida 2-2 6, Muscala 1-4 0-0 2, Delaney 2-4 0-1 4,
Orlando, Fla. Tampa Bay 8 7 0 .533 337 353 15-13-17-247. Hardaway Jr. 0-7 0-0 0, Korver 4-10 2-2 13.
Big Spring, Boiling Springs, Cumberland Valley, East Pennsboro, Shippens- Arkansas State 31, UCF 13 New Orleans 7 8 0 .467 437 416 Power-play opportunitiesToronto 1 of 3; Totals 37-102 21-27 102.
New Orleans Bowl Carolina 6 9 0 .400 353 385 Florida 0 of 4. New York 25 22 19 19 13 98
burg at Chambersburg Trojan Wars 9a.m. Southern Miss. 28, Louisiana-Lafayette 21 North GoaliesToronto, Andersen 15-8-6 (47 shots- Atlanta 22 23 20 20 17 102
W L T Pct PF PA 45 saves). Florida, Luongo 11-9-5 (40-38). 3-Point GoalsNew York 7-27 (Porzingis
Mechanicsburg, Northern at Conestoga Valley AHoliday Tournament 9a.m. MONDAY, DEC. 19 Green Bay 9 6 0 .600 401 364 A16,965 (17,040). T2:50. 4-8, Holiday 2-7, Anthony 1-2, Thomas 0-1,
Miami Beach Bowl Detroit 9 6 0 .600 322 327 RefereesGord Dwyer, Evgeny Romasko. Rose 0-2, Vujacic 0-3, Jennings 0-4), Atlanta
Trinity at Central Columbia Bob Rohm Memorial Tournament, at Blooms- Tulsa 55, Central Michigan 10 Minnesota 7 8 0 .467 289 297 LinesmenBrian Murphy, Bryan Pancich. 7-27 (Korver 3-5, Schroder 1-3, Bazemore
Chicago 3 12 0 .200 269 361 1-4, Sefolosha 1-4, Millsap 1-6, Humphries
burg University 9a.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 20
West LIGHTNING 4, CANADIENS 3 0-1, Delaney 0-1, Muscala 0-1, Hardaway
Boca Raton (Fla.) Bowl W L T Pct PF PA Montreal 2 1 0 0 3Jr. 0-2). Fouled OutNone. ReboundsNew
COLLEGE MENS BASKETBALL Western Kentucky 51, Memphis 31 y-Seattle 9 5 1 .633 329 269 Tampa Bay 1 0 2 1 4York 55 (Noah 16), Atlanta 56 (Howard 22).
Dickinson vs. Stockton at Catholic University Tournament  7 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21 Arizona 6 8 1 .433 374 356 First Period1, Montreal, Radulov 7 (Byron), AssistsNew York 20 (Rose 6), Atlanta 19
Poinsettia Bowl Los Angeles 4 11 0 .267 218 350 3:24. 2, Tampa Bay, Johnson 10 (Kucherov, (Millsap 6). Total FoulsNew York 23, Atlanta
COLLEGE WRESTLING San Diego San Francisco 2 13 0 .133 286 455 Palat), 10:39. 3, Montreal, Weber 9 (Pacioretty, 19. TechnicalsNew York defensive three
BYU 24, Wyoming 21 x-clinched playoff spot Byron), 13:31 (pp). PenaltiesHedman, TB, second, Rose, New York team, New York
Messiah at Lock Haven Invitational 9:30a.m. THURSDAY, DEC. 22
y-clinched division (holding), 13:23. coach Jeff Hornacek, Atlanta defensive three
Thursdays Games Second Period4, Montreal, Terry 2 (Carr, second, Sefolosha, Bazemore, Atlanta team.
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Philadelphia 24, N.Y. Giants 19 Mccarron), 3:07. PenaltiesBarberio, MTL, EjectedAnthony. A19,066 (18,118).
TV SCHEDULE Idaho 61, Colorado State 50
Boise Saturdays Games
New England 41, N.Y. Jets 3
(tripping), 16:59.
Third Period5, Tampa Bay, Hedman 7
FRIDAY, DEC. 23 Jacksonville 38, Tennessee 17 (Kucherov), 11:14. 6, Tampa Bay, Palat 5 COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Bahamas Bowl Washington 41, Chicago 21 (Hedman, Point), 16:30 (pp). Penalties EAST
TODAY Nassau Green Bay 38, Minnesota 25 Radulov, MTL, (slashing), 6:59; Weber, MTL,
Old Dominion 24, Eastern Michigan 20 Cleveland 20, San Diego 17 (tripping), 15:19; Tampa Bay bench, served Delaware 63, Iona 54
COLLEGE BASKETBALL Armed Forces Bowl Atlanta 33, Carolina 16 by Kucherov (too many men on the ice), 17:14. Houston 62, UConn 46
7p.m., ESPNU Georgia at Auburn Fort Worth, Texas Miami 34, Buffalo 31, OT Overtime7, Tampa Bay, Johnson 11 (Garrison, NJIT 64, Stony Brook 61
Oakland 33, Indianapolis 25 Vasilevskiy), 1:36. PenaltiesNone. Penn 75, Drexel 67
Louisiana Tech 48, Navy 45
New Orleans 31, Tampa Bay 24 Shots on GoalMontreal 8-8-622. Tampa Bay Pittsburgh 112, Marshall 106
7p.m., FS1 Butler at St. Johns Dollar General Bowl
San Francisco 22, Los Angeles 21 7-13-8-230. Princeton 77, Hampton 49
Mobile, Ala.
Arizona 34, Seattle 31 Power-play opportunitiesMontreal 1 of 2; Villanova 68, DePaul 65
7p.m., SEC Tennessee at Texas A&M Troy 28, Ohio 23
Houston 12, Cincinnati 10 Tampa Bay 1 of 3. SOUTH
SATURDAY, DEC. 24 Sundays Games GoaliesMontreal, Price 18-5-3 (30 shots-26 Clemson 87, UNC-Wilmington 73
8p.m., ESPN2 Kentucky at Mississippi Hawaii Bowl Pittsburgh 31, Baltimore 27 saves). Tampa Bay, Vasilevskiy 9-5-1 (22-19). Davidson 105, Hartford 75
Honolulu Kansas City 33, Denver 10 A19,092 (19,204). T2:32. E. Kentucky 70, Virginia Wise 51
9p.m., ESPNU Vanderbilt at LSU Hawaii 52, Middle Tennessee 35 Mondays Games RefereesFrederick LEcuyer, Dan ORourke. East Carolina 60, South Florida 49
MONDAY, DEC. 26 Dallas 42, Detroit 21 LinesmenShandor Alphonso, Ryan Galloway. Elon 89, Central Penn College 60
9p.m., SEC Florida at Arkansas SUNDAY, JAN. 1 Florida Gulf Coast 75, FAU 62
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Bowl
Florida St. 88, Wake Forest 72
11p.m., ESPNU Saint Marys (Cal) at Loyola Marymount Mississippi State 17, Miami (Ohio) 16
Quick Lane Bowl
New England at Miami, 1p.m.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1p.m. NBA Georgia Tech 59, NC A&T 52
Detroit Carolina at Tampa Bay, 1p.m. Jacksonville 93, Thomas (GA) 64
COLLEGE FOOTBALL Boston College 36, Maryland 30 Dallas at Philadelphia, 1p.m.
EASTERN CONFERENCE James Madison 82, Eastern Mennonite 65
Atlantic Division Louisiana-Monroe 81, Grambling St. 45
2p.m., ESPN Birmingham Bowl, South Carolina vs. South Florida Independence Bowl Houston at Tennessee, 1p.m.
W L Pct GB Mercer 80, Kennesaw St. 76
Shreveport, La. Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, 1p.m.
Toronto 22 8 .733 Miami 78, Columbia 67
5:30p.m., ESPN Belk Bowl, Arkansas vs. Virginia Tech NC State 41, Vanderbilt 17 Chicago at Minnesota, 1p.m.
Boston 19 13 .594 4 Morehead St. 120, Asbury 77
TUESDAY, DEC. 27 Baltimore at Cincinnati, 1p.m.
New York 16 15 .516 6 NC Central 88, Truett-McConnell 54
9p.m., ESPN Alamo Bowl, Colorado vs. Oklahoma St. Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 1p.m.
Heart of Dallas Bowl Brooklyn 8 23 .258 14 NC State 99, Rider 71
Seattle at San Francisco, 4:25p.m.
Army 38, North Texas 31, OT Philadelphia 7 23 .233 15 Nicholls 88, Spring Hill 64
New Orleans at Atlanta, 4:25p.m.
NBA Military Bowl Kansas City at San Diego, 4:25p.m.
Southeast Division North Carolina 102, Monmouth (NJ) 74
Annapolis, Md. W L Pct GB Northwestern St. 86, Louisiana College 66
8p.m., TNT Boston at Cleveland Wake Forest 34, Temple 26
Arizona at Los Angeles, 4:25p.m.
Charlotte 18 14 .563 SE Louisiana 64, Southern U. 53
Oakland at Denver, 4:25p.m.
Holiday Bowl Atlanta 16 16 .500 2 Samford 94, Fort Valley State 74
10:30p.m., TNT Dallas at L.A. Lakers San Diego
N.Y. Giants at Washington, 4:25p.m.
Washington 15 16 .484 2 UAB 98, Miles 66
Green Bay at Detroit, 8:30p.m.
Minnesota 17, Washington State 12 Orlando 15 19 .441 4 UCF 85, Tulane 72
NHL Cactus Bowl Miami 10 22 .313 8 UMass 74, Georgia St. 65
7p.m., NBCSN New Jersey at Washington
Baylor 31, Boise State 12
Phoenix
NHL
Central Division
W L Pct GB
UNC-Greensboro 95, The Citadel 87
Virginia 61, Louisville 53
EASTERN CONFERENCE Cleveland 23 7 .767 Virginia Tech 87, UMBC 70
SKIING WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28
Atlantic Division Milwaukee 15 15 .500 8 W. Carolina 87, Mars Hill 71
11:30a.m., NBCSN FIS Ski World Cup, Alpine Skiing, Womens Slalom Pinstripe Bowl
GP W L OT Pts GF GA Chicago 16 16 .500 8 W. Kentucky 94, Austin Peay 90
Bronx, N.Y.
Northwestern 31, Pittsburgh 24 Montreal 35 21 9 5 47 107 80 Indiana 15 18 .455 9 MIDWEST
WOMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL Russell Athletic Bowl Ottawa 35 20 12 3 43 91 93 Detroit 15 19 .441 10 Creighton 89, Seton Hall 75
Boston 37 18 15 4 40 88 91 WESTERN CONFERENCE
6p.m., ESPN2 UConn at Maryland Orlando, Fla.
Tampa Bay 36 18 15 3 39 104 101
IUPUI 81, Marian (IN) 60
Miami 31, West Virginia 14 Southwest Division Marquette 76, Georgetown 66
Foster Farms Bowl Toronto 34 15 12 7 37 100 97 W L Pct GB N. Dakota St. 80, S. Dakota St. 69
Santa Clara, Calif. Florida 36 15 14 7 37 87 100 San Antonio 26 6 .813 Nebraska 87, Indiana 83
NFL BRIEF Indiana (6-6) vs. Utah (8-4), 8:30p.m. (FOX)
Texas Bowl
Buffalo
Detroit
34 13 13 8 34 75 94 Houston
35 15 16 4 34 86 100 Memphis 20 14 .588 7 Purdue 89, Iowa 67
Metropolitan Division
24 9 .727 2 Notre Dame 63, St. Peters 55

Houston New Orleans 13 21 .382 14 SIU-Edwardsville 85, Missouri S&T 67


GP W L OT Pts GF GA Dallas
Bucs suspend RB Martin Kansas State (8-4) vs. Texas A&M (8-4), 9p.m. 9 23 .281 17 Valparaiso 80, Chicago St. 61
(ESPN) Pittsburgh 37 24 8 5 53 129 104 Northwest Division Wichita St. 80, Indiana St. 72
Columbus 33 24 5 4 52 114 68 W L Pct GB Xavier 82, Providence 56
THURSDAY, DEC. 29 N.Y. Rangers 37 24 12 1 49 123 92 Oklahoma City 20 12 .625
TAMPA, Fla. Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin has Birmingham (Ala.) Bowl Washington 33 20 9 4 44 90 73 Utah 19 13 .594 1
SOUTHWEST
South Florida (10-2) vs. South Carolina (6-6), Philadelphia 36 20 12 4 44 110 108 Denver 13 18 .419 6 Prairie View 87, Huston-Tillotson 57
been suspended four games for violating the NFLs policy 2p.m. (ESPN) Carolina 34 15 12 7 37 90 93 Portland 13 20 .394 7 FAR WEST
on performance enhancing substances and said Wednesday Charlotte, N.C.
Belk Bowl N.Y. Islanders 34 14 14 6 34 94 105 Minnesota
New Jersey 35 13 15 7 33 82 107
10 21 .323 9 Wyoming 84, Air Force 72
Pacific Division
hes entering a treatment facility rather than appeal the ban. Virginia Tech (9-4) vs. Arkansas (7-5), WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct GB
The two-time Pro Bowl selection who was the leagues 5:30p.m. (ESPN)
Alamo Bowl

Central Division
GP W L OT Pts GF GA
Golden State 27 5 .844
L.A. Clippers 22 12 .647 6
TODAY IN SPORTS
second-leading rusher in 2015 will miss Sundays regu- San Antonio
Chicago 37 22 10 5 49 103 89 Sacramento 14 17 .452 12
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Oklahoma State (9-3) vs. Colorado (10-3),
lar-season finale against Carolina. Minnesota 34 22 8 4 48 105 68 L.A. Lakers 12 23 .343 16 DEC. 29
9p.m. (ESPN) Phoenix 9 23 .281 18
St. Louis 35 18 12 5 41 98 103
He also sat out last weeks 31-24 loss at New Orleans after FRIDAY, DEC. 30 Dallas 36 15 14 7 37 92 108 Tuesdays Games 1926 Merlyn Phillips of the Montreal
Maroons scores five seconds into the game at
Winnipeg 37 17 17 3 37 98 106 Boston 113, Memphis 103
being declared inactive against the Saints. Memphis, Tenn.
Liberty Bowl
Nashville 34 15 13 6 36 96 97 Oklahoma City 106, Miami 94
Chicago for an NHL record for the fastest goal
from the start of a game a mark that would
Martin said in a statement that he learned of the suspen- Georgia (7-5) vs. TCU (6-6), Noon (ESPN) Colorado 34 12 21 1 25 70 112 Houston 123, Dallas 107
Utah 102, L.A. Lakers 100 be matched three times. The Blackhawks win
Sun Bowl Pacific Division
sion last week and that his initial instinct was to appeal El Paso, Texas GP W L OT Pts GF GA Wednesdays Games 5-4 in overtime.
1957 Tobin Rote passes for four touchdowns
the suspension and finish the season with my teammates. North Carolina (8-4) vs. Stanford (9-3), 2p.m. San Jose 35 22 12 1 45 90 77 Charlotte 120, Orlando 101 and scores another to give the Detroit Lions a
(CBS) Edmonton 36 18 12 6 42 105 97 Washington 111, Indiana 105
59-14 victory over the Cleveland Browns in the
The fifth-year pro said he decided to enter a treatment Music City Bowl Anaheim 36 17 12 7 41 98 102 Atlanta 102, New York 98, OT
Milwaukee 119, Detroit 94 NFL championship game.
Calgary 37 19 16 2 40 100 106
facility and receive the help I truly need after discussing Nashville, Tenn.
Tennessee (8-4) vs. Nebraska (9-3), 3:30p.m. Los Angeles 34 17 13 4 38 87 84 Chicago 101, Brooklyn 99
1961 Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia
Warriors scores 60 points against the Los
the matter with people close to him, including Bucs coach (ESPN) Vancouver 35 14 18 3 31 86 109 New Orleans 102, L.A. Clippers 98 Angeles Lakers at Hershey, Pa., the future site
Arizona Bowl Arizona 35 11 19 5 27 77 111 San Antonio 119, Phoenix 98
Dirk Koetter. Tucson, Ariz. NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for Minnesota at Denver, 9p.m.
of his 100-point game.
1963 Chuck McKinley and Dennis Ralston
Sacramento at Portland, 10p.m.
The Associated Press Air Force (9-3) vs. South Alabama (6-6),
5:30p.m. (ASN)
overtime loss.
Tuesdays Games Toronto at Golden State, 10:30p.m. give the United States a 3-2 victory over
Thursdays Games Australia for the Davis Cup title.
Orange Bowl Columbus 4, Boston 3 1963 The Chicago Bears, who won the
Miami Gardens, Fla. Pittsburgh 5, New Jersey 2 Miami at Charlotte, 7p.m.
Boston at Cleveland, 8p.m. Western Conference title by allowing only 10
Florida State (9-3) vs. Michigan (10-2), 8p.m. N.Y. Islanders 4, Washington 3 points a game, play up to form in a 14-10
(ESPN) N.Y. Rangers 4, Ottawa 3 Oklahoma City at Memphis, 8p.m.
Philadelphia at Utah, 9p.m. victory over the New York Giants for the NFL
SATURDAY, DEC. 31 Buffalo 4, Detroit 3 title at Wrigley Field.
SENTINEL SPORTS RESULTS Citrus Bowl
Orlando, Fla.
Minnesota 3, Nashville 2, OT
Winnipeg 3, Chicago 1
Toronto at Phoenix, 9p.m.
Dallas at L.A. Lakers, 10:30p.m.
F
ridays Games
1984 Wayne Gretzky of the Edmonton Oilers
scores his 100th point in the 35th game of
Calgary 6, Colorado 3 the season, a 6-3 victory over the Detroit Red
LSU (7-4) vs. Louisville (9-3), 11a.m. (ABC) Dallas 3, Arizona 2 Chicago at Indiana, 4p.m.
The Sentinel strives to get in all local sports results submit- TaxSlayer Bowl San Jose 3, Anaheim 2, OT Brooklyn at Washington, 7p.m. Wings.
Jacksonville, Fla. Miami at Boston, 7:30p.m. 2002 Marvin Harrison catches six passes
ted to us by 9:45p.m. for print the next day. For full results Kentucky (7-5) vs. Georgia Tech (8-4), 11a.m.
Wednesdays Games
Detroit at Atlanta, 8p.m. for a season-low 28 yards in a 20-13 win over
Pittsburgh 3, Carolina 2
from yesterdays local games, go to cumberlink.com/sports. (ESPN) Toronto 3, Florida 2, SO L.A. Clippers at Houston, 8p.m. Jacksonville, finishing his record-breaking year
with 143 receptions and 1,722 yards the
CFP Semifinals Tampa Bay 4, Montreal 3, OT Milwaukee at Minnesota, 8p.m.
Peach Bowl New York at New Orleans, 8p.m. fourth-most in league history.
Contact us at: Hours: 3:30 11:30p.m. Atlanta
Philadelphia at St. Louis, 8p.m.
Portland at San Antonio, 8:30p.m. 2006 Texas Tech spots Minnesota a 31-point,
Los Angeles at Vancouver, 10p.m.
Phone: 717-240-7106 Sports Editor: Jake Adams Alabama (13-0) vs. Washington (12-1), 3p.m. Thursdays Games Philadelphia at Denver, 9p.m. third-quarter lead, then rallies for a 44-41
overtime victory in the Insight Bowl, the
(ESPN) Dallas at Golden State, 10:30p.m.
Email: sportsdoor (jadams@cumberlink.com) Fiesta Bowl
New Jersey at Washington, 7p.m.
Boston at Buffalo, 7p.m. Saturdays Games largest comeback in Division I-A bowl history.
The previous record for a bowl comeback was M
@cumberlink.com Glendale, Ariz. Toronto at Tampa Bay, 7:30p.m. Memphis at Sacramento, 5p.m.
30 points, set by Marshall against East Carolina 1
The Sentinel LOCAL SPORTS Thursday, December 29, 2016|B3

Team Div. Ovr. Carlisle 2-0 2-1 200 free relay: 1. BM (Nicole Augustine,
LOCAL BRIEFS BOYS BASKETBALL Cumberland Valley 4-0 5-1 State College 1-0 1-3 Emily Dempsey, Claire Finnerty, Jenna Clancy),
Harrisburg 3-1 7-1 Central Dauphin 1-1 1-1 1:47.28; 2. Ship (Madison Osanitsch, Skyler Ott,
Commonwealth Division
Central Dauphin 2-2 6-2 Mifflin County 1-2 3-3 Teddi Powell, Makenna Morris), 1:49.19; 3. SMG
Team Div. Ovr.
CD East 2-2 5-2 Chambersburg 0-2 3-2 (Hanna Manning, Sarah Funk, Taylor Blenkstone,
HS GIRLS BASKETBALL CD East 4-0 7-0
State College 2-2 3-2 Harrisburg 0-3 0-5 Katie Manning), 1:49.40.
Carlisle 4-0 6-1
Mifflin County 1-2 6-3 Keystone Division 100 backstroke: 1. Jenna Clancy (BM),
Diamond Bragg, Sheridan Reid State College
Harrisburg
Cumberland Valley
3-1
2-2 5-2
1-3
5-2

4-6
Carlisle
Chambersburg
1-2 3-3
0-4 2-5
Team
Cedar Cliff
Div. Ovr.
3-0 8-0
1:04.21; 2. Taylor Howery (G), 1:04.92; 3.
Brigid Costello (Lit), 1:06.46.
Keystone Division Northern 2-0 2-0 100 breaststroke: 1. Sarah Hardy (1:09.66);
lead Lions to Bermudian title Central Dauphin
Chambersburg
Mifflin County
1-3
0-3 5-3
0-3
3-5

1-5
Team
Lower Dauphin
Div. Ovr.
4-0 6-2
Lower Dauphin
CD East
2-1
1-1
2-1
1-1
2. Madelyn Facchinei (Ship), 1:13.90; 3. Ellie
Tate (Car), 1:15.77.
Cedar Cliff 3-1 5-3 Red Land 0-1 2-1 400 free relay: 1. Car (Sierra Young, Maddison
Keystone Division
Palmyra 3-1 6-4 Hershey 0-2 0-2 Young, Ellie Tate, Meg Tate), 3:55.10; 2. D
Camp Hill produced a decisive championship vic- Team
Mechanicsburg 4-0 6-1
Div. Ovr.
Bishop McDevitt 2-2 6-3 Mechanicsburg 0-3 0-3 (Grace Beirerschmitt, Madelynn Kinard, Danica
tory at the Bermudian Springs Holiday Tournament, Palmyra 3-1 9-1
Mechanicsburg 2-2 4-3
Hershey 1-3 3-5 Team
Capital Division
Div. Ovr.
Brickley, Lindsay Brenneman), 3:56.37; 3. Ship
(Madison Osanitsch, Teddi Powell, Madelyn
blasting Greenwood 65-19 Wednesday night. MVP Hershey
Bishop McDevitt
3-1 5-3
3-1 4-2
Susquehanna Twp. 1-3 1-4 Bishop McDevitt 3-0 3-0 Facchinei, Makenna Morris), 4:01.27.
Red Land 0-4 2-6 Milton Hershey 2-0 2-0 Dallastown Invitational
Diamond Bragg scored 21 points and added seven re- Lower Dauphin 2-2 4-3
Capital Division Middletown 2-1 2-1 Boys
Susquehanna Twp. 1-3 3-4
bounds, eight steals and seven assists, and Sheridan Reid Red Land 0-4 0-6
Team Div. Ovr. East Pennsboro 1-1 1-1 Team Results
1. Dallastown (D) 113; 2. York Suburban (YS)
Camp Hill 3-1 6-2 Camp Hill 1-2 1-3
celebrated her 16th birthday in style by also making the Cedar Cliff 0-4
Capital Division
0-7
Steel-High 2-2 5-2 Trinity 0-1 1-3 67; 3. Cocalico (Coc) 57; 4. Cedar Crest (CCre)
all-tourney team for the Lions. Team Div. Ovr.
Milton Hershey
Middletown 1-1 3-5
1-1 3-2 Palmyra
Susquehanna Twp.
0-2 0-2
0-2 0-2
41; 5. Red Land (RL) 19; 6. Cedar Cliff (CCli) 10.
Individual Results (Top 3)
Trinity 3-0 6-0
Boiling Springs beat host Bermudian 40-25 in the Middletown 2-0 5-0
East Pennsboro 2-2 2-4 Colonial Division 200 medley relay: 1. Dallastown (Logan
West Perry 1-2 4-2 Team Div. Ovr. Brockway, Niccolo Scrivani, Jacob Stoner, Joel
consolation of that tourney, with Lizzy Tilton scored Milton Hershey 2-0 3-2
Trinity 1-2 3-6 Big Spring 2-0 2-0 Dunnigan), 1:42.85. 2. Cocalico, 1:43.41. 3.
Camp Hill 2-2 4-2
12 of her game-high 16 points in the first half for the Steel-High 2-2 3-3
Team
Colonial Division
Div. Ovr.
Boiling Springs
Shippensburg
2-1
2-1 2-1
2-1 York Suburban (Karl Schmittle, Matt Peters,
Trent Golden, Aidan Fryar), 1:45.40.
Bubblers. Julia Fulton and Melanie Barber added nine West Perry
East Pennsboro
0-3
0-4
2-4
3-5 Greencastle-Antrim 3-0 6-1 Waynesboro 2-1 5-3 200 free: 1. Michael White (Coc) 1:53.19. 2.
points each to the cause. Colonial Division Waynesboro
Shippensburg
3-0 6-1
3-0 4-4
Greencastle-Antrim 1-1 1-1
West Perry 0-2 3-5
Devon Lonergan (YS) 1:53.79. 3. Mark ORourke
(D) 1:57.82.
Team Div. Ovr.
Trinity won a pair of games at the one-day Kutz- Shippensburg 3-0 6-1 Boiling Springs 2-2 3-4 James Buchanan 0-3 0-3 200 IM: 1. Logan Brockway (D) 2:01.62. 2.
James Buchanan 1-2 2-5 Wednesday, Dec. 28 Hunter Keck (Coc) 2:11.21. 3. Josh Wildonger
town varsity holiday event, beating Daniel Boone 49-42 Greencastle-Antrim 3-0 5-3
Waynesboro 2-1 5-2 Northern 0-4 1-6 Central Dauphin at Liberty Holiday Classic, (CCre) 2:12.26.
and Kutztown 54-33. Ashley Dean (18 points) and Becca Big Spring 2-2 4-2 Big Spring 0-4
Local Private Schools
0-4 8a.m.
Thursday, Dec. 29
50 free: 1. Jacob Stoner (D) 22.47. 2. Hunter
Bachman (RL) 22.65. 3. Aidan Fryar (YS) 23.13.
Mott (10 points, 11 rebounds) led the way against the Northern
James Buchanan
2-2 4-5
0-3 2-5 Team Div. Ovr. Central Dauphin at Liberty Holiday Classic, 100 fly: 1. Jacob Stoner (D) 54.35. 2. Josh
Wildonger (CCre) 58.32. 3. Joel Dunnigan (D)
Blazers, with Dean again scoring 18 and Mott tallying Boiling Springs 0-4 1-7 Harrisburg Academy
West Shore Christian
1-0
1-1
3-2
2-5
8a.m.
Cedar Cliff, Mifflin County at Powerade 59.12.
Local Private Schools
14 against the hosts. Team Div. Ovr. Wednesday, Dec. 28 Tournament, at Canon-McMillan HS, 8:15a.m. 100 free: 1. Michael White (Coc) 50.01. 2. Karl
Mifflin County 81, Central Mountain 33 Big Spring, Boiling Springs, Cumberland Valley, Schmittle (YS) 50.41. 3. Seth Schuler (D) 51.45.
Red Land earned a split in the same Kutztown event, West Shore Christian
Harrisburg Academy
2-0
1-1
4-3
1-5 HOLIDAY TOURNAMENTS East Pennsboro, Shippensburg, CD East, Lower 500 free: 1. Mark ORourke (D) 5:10.58. 2.
beating Brandywine Heights 43-37 and losing to Daniel Wednesday, Dec. 28 Bermudian Springs Holiday
Boiling Springs 40, Bermudian Springs 25
Dauphin, Greencastle-Antrim, James Buchanan
at Chambersburg Trojan Wars, 9a.m.
Devon Lonergan (YS) 5:10.79. 3. Jan Smolinski
(D) 5:31.68.
HOLIDAY TOURNAMENTS
Boone 49-44. In the victory over the Bullets, Lindsay Antietam Holiday Camp Hill def. Greenwood, no score reported Mechanicsburg, Northern, Waynesboro at 200 free relay: 1. Dallastown (William Wise,
Biglerville Holiday Conestoga Valley Holiday Tournament, 9a.m. Jan Smolinski, Seth Schuler, Joel Dunnigan),
Cramer scored 12 points, earning 16 trips to the free- Antietam 48, West Shore Christian 29
Biglerville 42, York Country Day 31 Trinity at Central Columbia Bob Rohm Memorial 1:35.63. 2. York Suburban (Aidan Fryar, Trent
York Country Day vs. Berks Christian, no report
throw line, and Katie Kosovac tallied 10 for the Patriots. East Pennsboro Holiday Waynesboro 64, Biglerville 26 Tournament, at Bloomsburg University, 9a.m. Golden, Ethan Staub, Devon Lonergan), 1:37.48.
Central York Holiday Middletown at Governor Mifflin Tournament, 3. Red Land, 1:38.12.
Cramer also led with 10 points against the Blazers. Greencastle-Antrim 77, Donegal 66
Northeastern 62, East Pennsboro 43 Susquehannock 52, York Catholic 47 10a.m. 100 back: Logan Brockway (D) 56.33. 2. Karl
Mechanicsburg spread it around in a 48-34 victory Elizabethtown Holiday Central York 66, Cedar Cliff 37
Ephrata Holiday
Susquehanna Twp. at Tony Iasiello Christmas
City Tournament, at Bethlehem Catholic,
Scmittle (YS) 58.56. 3. Matthew Moffitt (CCre)
58.79.
Bishop McDevitt 72, Central Dauphin 47
over host Reading in the consolation of the Red Knights West York 54, Elizabethtown 53 Palmyra 53, Ephrata 36 11:30a.m. 100 breast: 1. Hunter Keck (Coc) 1:04.72. 2.
Central Dauphin 58, Manheim Twp. 46 Niccolo Scrivani (D) 1:07.48. 3. Eli Gryboski
holiday tourney. Rylee Everett led with 19 points, though Ephrata Holiday
Hershey Holiday (CCre) 1:07.90.
10 different Wildcats scored at least one field. Maya Gel-
Elco 67, Oley Valley 38
Palmyra 63, Ephrata 44 Hershey 35, Gettysburg 25
Lampeter-Strasburg 46, Middletown 31
SWIMMING 400 free relay: 1. Dallastown (William Wise,
Seth Schuler, Jacob Stoner, Logan Brockway),
nett scored five of her seven in the first quarter to help Gettysburg Holiday
Solanco 62, South Western 38 Kutztown Holiday Boys 3:20.50. 2. Cocalico, 3:30.34. 3. Cedar Crest
ommonwealth Division
C
Mechanicsburg get started. Chambersburg 49, Gettysburg 31 Trinity 49, Daniel Boone 42
Red Land 43, Brandywine Heights 37 Team Div. Ovr.
(Gabriel Deiderick, Matthew Moffitt, Elliot
Knapp, Cameron Hain), 3:34.35.
Mechanicsburg Holiday
Trinity 54, Kutztown 33 State College 2-0 2-0 Girls
Lancaster Mennonite 68, Boiling Springs 20
Hershey 2-0 2-0
HS BOYS BASKETBALL Mechanicsburg 62, Twin Valley 51 Daniel Boone 49, Red Land 44
Brandywine Heights at Kutztown, no report Cumberland Valley 1-1 3-1
Team Results
1. Dallastown (D) 125; 2. York Suburban (YS)
Middletown Holiday
Mitch Henry knocked down three more 3-pointers Northern 67, Susquehannock 52 Lower Dauphin Holiday
Lower Dauphin 40, Dallastown 18
Central Dauphin
Chambersburg
1-1-1
1-1 2-1
2-1-1 67; 3. Cedar Crest (CCre) 54; 4. Cocalico (Coc)
42; 5. Cedar Cliff (CCli) 10; 6. Red Land (RL) 9.
en route to 15 points, but East Pennsboro couldnt keep Middletown 67, Lampeter-Strasburg 57
New Oxford Holiday West York 52, Greencastle-Antrim 24 Mifflin County 0-1 0-1 Individual Results (Top 3)
Carlisle 0-1-1 1-1-1 200 medley relay: 1. Dallastown (Emma
up with Northeastern in a 62-43 championship game Waynesboro 57, Bermudian Springs 35 Reading Holiday
Mechanicsburg 48, York 34 CD East 0-2 0-3 Balderson, Araby Marston, Morgan Merrifield,
New Oxford 67, Hershey 48
loss in the East Pennsboro Holiday Tournament. The Reading Holiday Hempfield 48, Reading 21
Team
Keystone Division
Div. Ovr.
Jena Woods), 1:57.95. 2. York Suburban (Keelie
State College Holiday Walker, Megan Hunt, Jenna Hufnagle, Cara
Bobcats got 17 points from Fred Mulbah and 16 from Steel-High 56, Upper Darby 38
Reading 91, Math Civics & Sciences 67 Northampton 64, North Schuylkill 58 Bishop McDevitt 3-0 3-0 Zortman), 2:01.30. 3. Cedar Crest (Camryn
Nate Wilson (including four treys) while jumping out Shady Side Academy Holiday State College 51, Burrell 44
Steel-High Holiday
Lower Dauphin
Palmyra
2-0
2-0 2-1
3-0 Vila, Krysta Weik, Caitlyn Gelgot, Brianna Shay),
2:01.58.
Seneca Valley 61, Riverside 40
to a 36-21 halftime lead. Butler 67, Cumberland Valley 46 Peters Twp. 66, Susquehanna Twp. 25 Mechanicsburg 1-1 2-1 200 free: 1. Morgan Haines (Coc) 2:03.16. 2.
Cedar Cliff 1-1 1-1 Elise Westhafer (Coc) 2:09.84. 3. Megan Weik
Ryan McGill and Northern seized control en route to Fox Chapel 64, Shady Side Academy 48 Steel-High 76, West Shore Christian 27
Warwick Holiday Red Land 0-2 1-3 (CCre) 2:12.77.
Naples (Fla.) 58, Woodland Hills 56
a 67-52 victory over Susquehannock in the consolation of Shippensburg Holiday Bishop McDevitt 59, Warwick 47 Milton Hershey
Susquehanna Twp.
0-2
0-3
0-2
0-3
200 IM: 1. Krysta Weik (CCre) 2:19.69. 2.
Thursday, Dec. 29 Sydney Hoover (D) 2:22.76. 3. Ava Arnold
the Middletown tournament. McGill scored 12 of his game- Susquehanna Twp. 73, Octorara 54
Shippensburg 69, Delone Catholic 56 HOLIDAY TOURNAMENTS Colonial Division (CCli) 2:23.54.
high 19 points in the first half, while Scott Leitholf added 14 State College Holiday Big Spring Holiday
Carlisle vs. James Buchanan, 1:30
Team
Big Spring
Div. Ovr.
2-0 2-1
50 free: 1. Morgan Merrifield (D) 26.21. 2.
Cara Zortman (YS) 26.93. 3. Araby Marston
Del-Val Charter 79, Burrell 29
for the Polar Bears. Dominik Topper scored all nine of his State College 80, Shaler 54 Kennard-Dale at Big Spring, 6 James Buchanan 1-0 1-0 (D) 26.95.
Central York Holiday Shippensburg 1-1 1-2 100 fly: 1. Sydney Hoover (D) 1:03.43.
points after halftime to keep Northern in control. SHOWCASES
Parkland Holiday Classic at Parkland HS York Catholic vs. Cedar Cliff, 6 Boiling Springs 1-1 1-2 2. Lindsay ORourke (D) 1:06.28. 3. Jenna
Grey Hess and Matt Sunderland scored 15 points Harrisburg 86, Liberty 51 Susquehannock at Central York, 7:30 Northern
Trinity
1-1 1-4
0-1 0-2
Hufnagle (YS) 1:06.74.
100 free: 1. Morgan Haines (Coc) 57.01. 2.
Diamond State (Del.) Classic
each, but Cumberland Valley dropped its second straight Thursday, Dec. 29
Shikellamy at Mifflin County, 5:30 Cumberland Valley vs. Redondo Union (Calif.), East Pennsboro 0-2 0-2 Megan Hunt (YS) 57.87. 3. Caitlyn Gelgot
Girls
game in the Peter Sauer Memorial Tournament at Shady CD East vs. Stroudsburg, at East Stroudsburg 10:45a.m.
Hanover Holiday Commonwealth Division
(CCre) 57.96.
500 free: 1. Elise Westhafer (Coc) 5:39.78. 2.
U., 6:30
Side Academy. The Eagles wrap up against Seneca Valley HOLIDAY TOURNAMENTS Susquenita vs. Dover, 5 Team Div. Ovr. Krysta Weik (CCre) 5:42.70. 3. Alexis Bowen
Chambersburg at Hanover, 6:30 State College 2-0 2-0 (YS) 5:48.61.
on Thursday afternoon. Big Spring Holiday
Biglerville vs. James Buchanan, 3 Northeastern Holidayk2 Hershey 2-0 2-0 200 free relay: 1. Dallastown (Sydney Hoover,
Everett at Big Spring, 8 Elizabethtown vs. West Perry, 6 Carlisle 1-1 3-1 Araby Marston, Morgan Merrified, Jena Woods),
Columbia at Northeastern, 7:30 Cumberland Valley 1-1 3-1 1:$5.58. 2. Cedar Crest (Jadyn Boyd, Caitlyn
HS SWIMMING Cedar Crest Holiday
Cedar Cliff vs. Lebanon, 6 State College Holiday Chambersburg 1-1 1-2 Gelgot, Brianna Shay, Megan Weik), 1:48.57.
Mifflin County 0-1 0-1
Cedar Cliff and Red Land struggled as Dallastowns Camp Hill at Cedar Crest, 7:30 Burrell vs. North Schuylkill, 3
Northampton at State College, 7 Central Dauphin 1-2 2-2
3. York Suburban (Cara Zortman, Keelie Walker,
Havannah Suarez, Alexis Bowen), 1:48.79.
Eastern York Holiday
boys and girls teams rolled to wins in the Dallastown In- Red Land vs. York Tech, 7:30 Steel-High Holiday CD East 0-2 0-3 100 back: 1. Emma Balderson (D) 1:04.94. 2.
Susquehanna Twp. vs. West Shore Christian, 6 Keystone Division Lindsay ORourke (D) 1:05.75. 3. Lily Markley
vitational on Wednesday afternoon. Neither local team Elizabethtown Holiday
Central Dauphin at Elizabethtown, 6 Peters Twp. at Steel-High, 7:30 Team Div. Ovr. (CCli) 1:06.15.
picked up a win in any event, but the Colts girls got third- Bishop McDevitt vs. West York, 7:30 WILDCATS 48, BEARCATS 34
Mechanicsburg 14 8 9 17 48
Bishop McDevitt
Palmyra
3-0
2-0 3-0
3-0 100 breast: 1. Megan Hunt (YS) 1:11.88. 2.
Jena Woods (D) 1:12.71. 3. Araby Marston (D)
Mechanicsburg Holiday
place finishes from Ava Arnold in the 200 IM (2:23.54) and Boiling Springs vs. Twin Valley, 6 York 13 13 10 12 34 Mechanicsburg 2-0 2-1 1:14.01.
Lower Dauphin 1-1 2-1 400 free relay: 1. Dallastown (Emma
Lily Markley in the 100 back (1:06.15). The Patriots picked Lancaster Mennonite at Mechanicsburg, 7:30 MECHANICSBURG (48) Maddie Hurst 0 0-0
0, Kyra Skurcenski 1 0-0 3, Abby Williams 1 0-0 Cedar Cliff 1-1 1-2 Balderson, Kathryn Deitch, Sydney Hoover,
Perry County Holiday at Susquenita
up a third in the boys 200 free relay (1:38.12). Greenwood vs. West Perry, 6 2, Abby Strong 1 0-0 2, Rylee Everett 8 0-0 19, Red Land
Milton Hershey
0-2
0-2
1-3
0-2
Lindsay ORourke), 4:00.81. 2. York Suburban
Newport at Susquenita, 7:30 Isabelle Mortin 1 0-0 2, Jenna Skurcenski 0 0-0 (Alexis Bowen, Havannah Suarez, Jenna
Shady Side Academy Holiday 0, Abbey Engle 2 0-1 5, Maya Gelnett 3 1-1 7, Susquehanna Twp. 0-3 0-3 Hufnagle, Megan Hunt), 4:01.12. 3. Cedar Crest
LOCAL COLLEGE Cumberland Valley vs. Seneca Valley, 1:30 Logan Nutt 2 0-0 4, Megan Schrass 1 0-0 2, Colonial Division (Krysta Weik, Megan Weik, Camryn Vila, Jadyn
Shippensburg Holiday Rachel Deveney 1 0-0 2, Courtney Campbell 0 Team Div. Ovr. Bord), 4:03.47.
Shippensburg mens basketball is up to No. 18 in the Octorara vs. Delone Catholic, 6 0-0 0, Lyndsey Costello 0 0-0 0, Gabby Huggins Shippensburg 2-0 3-0
Northern 2-0 2-3
National Association of Basketball Coaches Poll thanks Susquehanna Twp. at Shippensburg, 7:30
State College Holiday
0 0-0 0. Totals: 21 1-2 48.
YORK (34) Redman 6 7-11 19, Gallon 0 0-0 James Buchanan 1-0 1-0 CPIHL HOCKEY
to the Raiders school-record 9-0 start. This ties the Burrell vs. Shaler, 1 0, Burton 3 0-0 6, Parker 0 0-0 0, Velauez 0 0-0 Boiling Springs
Trinity
1-1
0-1 1-1
1-2
0, Adrianna Harris 0 0-0 0, N. Gonzalez 0 0-0
highest national ranking in school history. Ship was No. Del-Val Charter at State College, 5
0, Correa 0 0-0 0, Fitch 2 0-0 4, C. Gonzalez 2 East Pennsboro 0-2 0-2 Tier 1
SHOWCASES Team Ovr. Pts
18 for two consecutive weeks in 2006. The Raiders will Shamrock Showcase at Trinity HS 0-0 5. Totals: 13 7-11 34.
3-pointers: M 5 (Skurcenski, Everett 3, Engle);
Big Spring
Wednesday, Dec. 28
0-2 0-3
Hershey 11-1 22
Berks Catholic vs. Elmer Meyers, 4
put that perfect record on the line against No. 13 Kutz- Paul Charter (D.C.) vs. Constitution, 5:30 Y 1 (Gonzalez). Cedar Cliff, Red Land at Dallastown Relays Cumberland Valley
Palmyra
7-2-1 15
7-3-1 15
PATRIOTS 43, BULLETS 37 (results below)
town in a road game Friday. Thomas Edison (Va.) at Trinity, 7
GOLDEN TORNADO 66, EAGLES 48 Red Land 9 14 2 18 43 Carlisle, Mechanicsburg, Shippensburg, Lower Dauphin 5-3-3 13
Susquehanna Twp., James Buchanan at Big Cedar Crest 2-8-1 5
Butler 20 16 12 18 66 Brandywine Heights 6 17 7 7 37
Spring Bulldog Bash (results below) Central Dauphin 2-8-1 5
Cumberland Valley 13 13 10 12 48 RED LAND (43) Kendll Smith 1 2-2 5, Olivia
Thursday, Dec. 29 Warwick 0-9-1 1
BUTLER (66) not available. Totals: 34 5-8 Hawkins 1 0-0 2, Morgan Wagner 1 4-5 6, Katie
Bellefonte at Mifflin County, 1 Tier 2
84. Kosovac 3 4-7 10, Savanah Metz 2 1-4 5, Josie
Big Spring Bulldog Bash Team Ovr. Pts
Miller 0 1-2 1, Lindsay Cramer 4 4-16 12,

Swimming
CUMBERLAND VALLEY (48) Josiah Burns 1
and head coach Les Stover 2-2 4, Matt Sunderland 6 3-5 15, Will Hibbs 2 Maggie Kisbaugh 1 0-0 2. Totals: 13 16-36 43. Boys Hempfield
Annville-Cleona 7-4-1 15
10-0 20
BRANDYWINE HEIGHTS (37) A. Sovitz 0 0-0 Team Results
was positive about the out- 0-0 5, Andrew Blanchfield 0 0-0 0, Grey Hess
6 1-2 15, JD Drury 0 2-2 2, Jon Drapp 1 1-1 3, 0, H. Ferstermacher 2 7-9 11, O. Dadona 0 0-0 1. Bishop McDevitt (BM), 255; 2. Carlisle (Car), Manheim Twp. 6-3-1 13
Central York 6-4 12
From B1 come. John Baker 2 0-0 4. Totals: 18 9-12 48. 0, A. Huhn 1 0-0 2, M. Turbett 5 1-4 11, M. Reed 177.5; 3. Big Spring (BiS), 165.5; 4. Gettysburg
(G), 152; 5. Shippensburg (Ship), 118; 6. Elizabethtown 1-10 2
3-pointers: B (); CV (Hibbs, Hess 2). 1 1-4 3, S. Miller 1 0-0 2, M. Mendoza 4 0-0 8,
We have seven or eight BOBCATS 40, MOUNTAINEERS 18 V. Fertermacher 0 0-0 0. Totals: 14 9-17 37. Chambersburg (Ch), 103; 7. Dover (D), 87; 8. Manheim Central
Tier 3
1-10 2
Mechanicsburg (Mech), 69; 9. Susquehanna
Junior Devon Chenot swimmers, like everybody Antietam 9 11 15 13 48
West Shore Christian 4 14 7 4 29
3-pointers: RL 1 (Smith).
BLAZERS 49, PATRIOTS 44 (Sus); 10. Jefferson (Jeff), 41; 11. Waynesboro Team Ovr. Pts
Shamrocks 9-2 18
certainly did his part on the else, battling the bug thats ANTIETAM (48) Anthony Figueroa 6 0-2 13, Daniel Boone 15 16 9 9 49 (Way), 26; 12. Millersburg (Mill), 20; 13.
Susquehannock 8-2-1 17
Red Land 12 4 14 14 44 Susquenita (Sq), 15; 14. James Buchanan (JB),
boys end, breaking both the going around, Stover said. Owen Goodman 0 0-0 0, Erick Mejia 3 0-1 6,
Sam Worrall 0 3-6 3, Roberto Garcia 2 0-2 4, DANIEL BOONE (49) S. Hayes 4 2-3 12, J. 12; 15. St. Maria Goretti (SMG), 4. MSMCC 8-2 16
Penn Manor 4-7 8
pool and meet record in the We made some adjust- Jonathan Day 5 1-2 12, Jordan Horn 2 0-0 4, Boukwalter 5 1-4 11, K. Walker 2 2-2 7, A.
Hauck 3 0-0 6, M. Spitko 2 1-5 5, S. Emovy
Individual Results (Top 3)
200 medley relay: 1. BM (Josiah Loauver, Middletown 2-7-1 5
Alvin Madara 3 0-2 6. Totals: 21 4-15 48.
100 butterfly with a time of ments to our relays, but Im WEST SHORE CHRISTIAN (29) Aaron 1 0-0 2, E. Scott 3 0-0 6. Totals: 20 6-14 49. Matthew Yoffe, Jonathan Mata, Mason Roadcap), Lampeter-Strasburg 0-11 0
Upcoming schedule
1:43.27; 2. G (Nico DeAngelo II, Logan Hyde,
52.26 shattering the pre- pleased with the individual Diminick 0 0-0 0, Andrew King 1 0-0 2, Trevor
Rockey 2 0-0 4, Adam Foster 1 1-2 3, Pascal
RED LAND (44) Kendll Smith 0 0-0 0, Olivia
Hawkins 4 0-0 9, Morgan Wagner 2 0-0 6, Katie Jared Herr, Zach Kiick), 1:48.58; 3. BM (Max No games until Jan. 4
vious record of 53.35 set by performances for some of Verna 1 4-7 6, Adam Burd 0 0-0 0, Anthony Kosovac 1 2-2 4, Savanah Metz 3 2-4 8, Josie Blake, Marcus Montisano, Zack Miller, George

Dovers Eric Naylor in 2007. our kids and those kids that Diminick 3 0-0 8, Josh Bowermann 0 0-1 0,
David Strausser 3 0-2 6, Noah Lehman 0 0-1
Miller 1 0-0 3, Lindsay Cramer 5 0-0 10, Maggie
Kisbaugh 2 0-0 4. Totals: 18 4-6 44.
Braddock), 1:51.40.
200 free: 1. Josiah Lauver (BM), 1:46.51; 2. COLLEGE SPORTS
It felt really smooth, are just coming back from 0, Zach Zigerelli 0 0-0 0. Totals: 11 5-13 29. 3-pointers: DB 3 (Hayes 2, Walker); RL 4
(Hawkins, Wagner 2, Miller).
Sam Nonemaker (Ship), 1:48.25; 3. Devon
Chenot (Car), 1:48.91.
COLLEGE SCORES
3-pointers: A 2 (Figueroa, Day); WSC 2 MENS BASKETBALL
Chenot said. The McDe- being sick, just that fact (Diminick 2). PANTHERS 66, COLTS 37 200 IM: 1. Avery Barley (Ch), 2:03.79; 2. Darek
Elon 89, Central Penn 60
Benchoff (Way), 2:05.59; 3. Zack Miller (BM),
vitt kid (Jonathan Mata) that they were here and put POLAR BEARS 67, WARRIORS 52
Northern 16 17 22 12 67
Cedar Cliff 4 15 9 9 37
Central York 20 8 23 15 66 2:06.53.
WOMENS BASKETBALL

was right beside me and he in the time and the effort, Susquehannock 11 10 11 20 52 CEDAR CLIFF (37) Emily Esser 0 0-0 0, 50 free: 1. Isaiah Bell (Car), 22.72; 2. Nico
DeAngelo II (G), 23.17; 3. Nicholas Mazaleski
NORTHERN (67) Dan Leitholf 0 0-0 0, Ryan Ashley Hoagland 0 0-0 0, Maddie Sitler 0 0-0
had a good swim. It was a kudos to them. Heisey 2 2-2 6, Chris Hartley 0 0-0 0, Scott 0, Jannelle Robinson 3 6-10 12, Rachael Reilly (Jeff), 23.25. Shippensburg 67, Philadelphia 44

good race. So, successful venture? Leitholf 4 4-4 14, Curtis Robison 3 0-0 6, 0 0-0 0, Tehya Hosey 1 0-0 3, Jimiah McDonald 100 butterfly: 1. Devon Chenot (Car), 52.26; 2.

And thats not all. Che- Yes, I think so.


Ryan McGill 8 1-2 19, Michael Ginder 2 2-2 6,
Dominik Topper 2 5-7 9, Owen Clendaniel 2 0-0
4 3-4 12, Natalie Sassano 2 3-4 8, Sophie
Kaercher 0 0-0 0, Serrean Haynesworth 1 0-0
Jonathan Mata (BM), 54.30; 3. Jarod Anderson
(BiS), 55.11. AHL
2. Totals: 11 12-18 37. 100 free: 1. Sam Nonemaker (Ship), 50.11;
not claimed third in the Jarod Anderson once 5, Trent Morris 0 0-0 0, Chris Barrett 0 0-0 0,
Joey Razzano 1 0-0 2, Cameron Kearns 0 0-0 CENTRAL YORK (66) Nikson Valencik 6 6-9 2. Isaiah Bell (Car), 50.51; 3. Nico DeAngelo AHL Glance
200 free with a time of again put up strong times 0. Totals: 24 12-17 67. 19, Katie Fabbri 2 0-0 5, Allison Wagner 0 0-0 II (G), 51.33.
500 free: 1. Jacob Greenwood (Ch), 4:46.95;
Eastern Conference
SUSQUEHANNOCK (52) Jordan McMillion 3 0, Emma Saxton 4 2-2 12, Tierra Preston 6 3-8
1:48.91, second in the 200 with a first-place finish 0-0 7, Niles Bennett 0 0-0 0, Will Ogude 0 0-0 15, Sarah Sepic 2 0-0 6, Allie Godfrey 2 0-0 5, 2. Jared Herr (G), 4:58.84; 3. Logan Hyde (G),
ATLANTIC DIVISION
5:02.13. GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
free relay and first with his in the 200 breaststroke 0, Hunter Sentz 3 8-8 14, Adam Hedgelano 3
2-2 8, Evan Adams 0 0-0 0, Chase Summers 3
Taylor Marley 0 0-0 0, Katie Markel 0 1-2 1,
Lauren Borsa 0 0-0 0, Megan Conway 0 1-2 1, 200 free relay: 1. BM (Jonathan Mata, Matthew W-B/Scranton 29 21 5 3 0 100 62 45
team in the 400 free relay (1:00.95) and third in the 1-4 7, Noah Miller 0 0-0 0, Kyle Orndorff 0 3-4 Emily Prowell 0 0-0 0. Totals: 23 13-23 66. Yoffe, Mason Roadcap, Josiah Lauver), 1:31.54; Lehigh Valley 30 21 8 1 0 112 80 43
Hershey 30 17 6 5 2 106 79 41
3-pointers: CC 3 (Hosey, McDonald, Sassano); 2. Car (Isaiah Bell, Gary Blacksmith, Max
to end the day. 100 fly (55.11). 3, Jacob Williams 0 0-0 0, Peyton Reider 1 3-4
5, Jacob Mahan 3 0-1 6, Jackson Murphy 1 0-0 CY 7 (Saxton 2, Sepic 2, Valencik, Fabbri, Fiorentino, Devon Chenot), 1:31.87; 3. G (Zach Providence 31 17 7 4 3 93 86 41
Bridgeport 29 17 12 0 0 92 88 34
I think we did all- As for the event itself, 2. Totals: 17 17-23 52. Godfrey). Kiick, Logan Hyde, Jared Herr, Nico DeAngelo
II), 1:35.36. Springfield 29 11 12 4 2 74 87 28
3-pointers: N 5 (Leitholf 2, McGill 2, SHAMROCKS 49, BLAZERS 42
around pretty well, Che- which is always one of the Clendaniel); S 1 (McMillion). Trinity 6 16 9 18 49 100 backstroke: 1. Josiah Lauver (BM), 53.97; Hartford 30 11 15 3 1 84 114 26
2. Jonathan Mata (BM), 55.72; 3. Justin Pitassi North Division
not said. I think we swam biggest for Big Spring of BLAZERS 68, BUBBLERS 20
Boiling Springs 3 7 8 2 20
Daniel Boone 7 10 10 15 42
TRINITY (49) Rebecca Jackson 3 1-5 7, (ST), 59.42. GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
pretty well. The guys were any sport, Stover believes Lancaster Mennonite 19 14 24 11 68 Ashley Dean 4 8-12 18, Hannah Brenkacs 0 100 breaststroke: 1. Jarod Anderson (BiS), Syracuse 29 17 9 0 3 92 82 37
St. Johns 31 16 12 3 0 92 93 35
BOILING SPRINGS (20) Dylan LaNoue 2 0-0 1-2 1, Emily Ward 1 3-8 5, Becca Mott 4 2-2 1:00.95; 2. Avery Barley (Ch), 1:06.05; 3. Logan
definitely coming along that was a success, as well. 4, Carson Myers 0 0-0 0, Zach VonStein 0 0-2 10. Totals: 12 15-29 49. Hyde (G), 1:07.24. Albany 30 16 13 0 1 83 82 33
Toronto 29 13 14 1 1 81 80 28
pretty well. It was great compe- 0, Gavin Donley 2 0-0 4, Christian Torio 1 0-0 DANIEL BOONE (42) Julia Bookwalter 6 2-6
14, Kaylie Walker 1 0-0 2, Emily Houck 1 1-4 3,
400 free relay: 1. Car (Isaiah Bell, Caleb
Padgett, Max Fiorentino, Devon Chenot), Utica 29 10 14 4 1 70 91 25
2, Leo Pham 1 2-4 4, Dominic Schwang 0 0-0
Isaiah Bell claimed first tition this time of year 0, Cameron Howard 1 0-0 2, Evan Mancuso 0 Maddie Spitko 5 1-2 11, Emily Scott 2 5-6 10, 3:28.74; 2. BiS (Alec Kessler, Jackson Penner, Rochester 31 12 18 0 1 85 106 25
Dain Vallie, Jarod Anderson), 3:36.47; 3. Ch Binghamton 31 11 17 2 1 73 101 25
in the 50 free with a time for the teams coming in, 0-0 0, Dayne Grays 1 2-2 4, Josh Otto 0 0-0 0,
Drew Johnston-Walsh 0 0-0 0, Michael Wagner
Willmon 1 0-0 2. Totals: 16 9-18 42.
3-pointers: T 2 (Dean 2); DB 1 (Scott). (Waylon Curtis, Jacob Greenwood, Gabriel Western Conference
of 22.72 and second in the Stover said. We typically 0 0-0 0. Totals: 8 4-8 20. SHAMROCKS 54, COUGARS 33 Johnson, Avery Barley), 3:43.20.
Girls
CENTRAL DIVISION
LANCASTER MENNONITE (68) Isaac Beers 6 Trinity 17 13 9 15 54
100 free, while also claim- draw about 400 swim- 1-3 16, Carter Huest 2 0-0 4, John Gillespie 2 Kutztown 5 5 16 7 33 Team Results
GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
Grand Rapids 29 19 7 1 2 99 70 41
ing second with his team in mers to this meet and we 0-0 5, Javon Terry 6 4-6 16, Timmy Stefonasky
2 0-2 4, Gzra Buckwalter 0 0-0 0, Seth Beers
TRINITY (54) Ashley Dean 8 1-3 18, Annie
ONeil 1 0-0 2, Katie Sajer 2 3-4 7, Hannah
1. Car, 221; 2. BM, 180; 3. Ship, 155; 4. D,
148; 5. SMG, 92; 6. Jeff, 89; 7. Ch, 77; 8. BiS,
Milwaukee 28 17 8 2 1 84 79 37
Chicago 31 15 11 3 2 100 89 35
the 200 free relay. were about right on that 0 0-0 0, Elijah Bynum 1 2-2 4, Bryce Stewart Brenkacs 2 3-8 7, Becca Mott 7 0-2 14, Maria 75; 9. Mech, 48; 10. Delone Catholic (DC), 39; Cleveland 30 15 12 1 2 81 87 33
11. JB, 35; 12. Way, 32; 13. Big, 28; 14. G,
this year. Minus those who 1 0-0 2, Richie Rosas 3 1-2 8, Ryan Lopez 1
0-0 2, Cole Forte 2 1-2 5, Joel Horst 1 0-0 2.
Ferraro 0 0-2 0, Peyton Balaban 2 2-2 6.
Totals: 22 9-21 54. 26; 15. Littlestown (Lit), 17; 16. Sq, 13; 17.
Manitoba
Iowa
28 12 12 2 2 73 90 28
31 14 14 2 1 79 88 31
Big Spring were out sick and battling Totals: 27 9-17 68.
3-pointers: LM 5 (Beers 3, Gillespie, Rosas).
KUTZTOWN (33) Bankes 5 0-2 11, McCoach 2
1-3 5, Swavely 1 0-0 2, Donat 6 2-6 15. Totals:
Greencastle-Antrim (GA), 12; 18. Sus, 11; 19.
Halifax (H), 4.
Rockford 29 10 14 2 3 71 93 25

overcomes illness sickness, of course. BOBCATS 62, PANTHERS 43 14 3-11 33. Individual Results (Top 3)
Charlotte 30 11 17 2 0 71 89 24
PACIFIC DIVISION
Big Springs Jackson Northeastern 14 22 18 8 62
East Pennsboro 9 12 11 11 43
3-pointers: T 1 (Dean); K 2 (Bankes, Donat).
ROLLERS 76, BOBCATS 27
200 medley relay: 1. Car (Maddison Young,
Elizabeth Young, Sierra Young, Meg Tate), GP W L OTL SOL GF GA Pts
To say the Bulldogs were Penner pulled out a fifth- NORTHEASTERN (62) Brandon Coleman 4 Steel-High 27 21 12 16 76 2:01.56; 2. BM (Jenna Clancy, Katie Posavec, Tucson 23 14 6 3 0 75 77 31
West Shore Christian 5 5 16 7 27 Emily Dempsey, Nicole Augustine), 2:02.78; Stockton 26 16 7 2 1 91 68 35
not at full strength would place tie with Carlisles Ca- 0-1 9, Austin Greene 5 3-5 13, Antonio Rizzuto
1 0-0 3, Fred Mulbah 7 2-2 17, Nate Wilson 6 STEEL-HIGH (76) X. Isom 7 4-6 18, A. Pinnick 3. Jeff (Kaelyn Gardner, Kaitlynne Orr, Lily Ontario 26 15 6 5 0 85 78 35
be an understatement. leb Padgett (1:57.42) in the 0-0 16, Nate Eyster 0 0-0 0, Dajoun Simpson 0 5 1-2 12, K. Chisholm 4 0-0 8, L. Burelli 4 0-0 Summons, Maya Garcia), 2:02.79.
200 free: 1. Meg Tate (Car), 2:02.72; 2.
San Jose 23
Texas
13 6 1 3 80 59 30
28 15 11 1 1 102 101 32
0-0 0, Austin Richards 0 0-0 0, Maurice Capo 0 10, X. florvens 3 5-7 11, T. Francis 0 0-0 0, N.
Big Spring entered its 200 free. Quinton Egger 0-0 0, Todd Opondo 1 0-1 2, Khaliik White 0 0-0 Henry 0 0-0 0, S. Sasntiago 1 0-0 3, S. Vibut 5 Makenna Morris (Ship), 2:04.03; 3. Madison San Diego 25 11 11 2 1 71 83 25
Osanitsch (Ship), 2:06.72. Bakersfield 25 10 10 4 1 67 70 25
annual home invitational got seventh in the 200 IM 0, Brandon Michael 0 0-0 0, Andrew Brodbeck
0 0-0 0, Zech Sanderson 1 0-0 2. Totals: 25
4-5 14. Totals: 29 14-20 76.
WEST SHORE CHRISTIAN (27) Mary 200 IM: 1. Caroline Dudenhoeffer (D), 2:18.22; San Antonio 30 13 15 2 0 71 85 28
battling an illness that (2:24.05). Alec Kessler fin- 5-9 62. Strausser 0 0-0 0, Maddie Solomon 2 1-2 5, 2. Annabelle McCullough (JB), 2:18.70; 3. Sarah Note: Two points for a team winning in overtime
EAST PENNSBORO (43) Onasis Neely 2 0-2 Chloe Donovan 0 0-0 0, Natalie Boltz 0 0-0 0, Hardy (Big), 2:22.49. or shootout; the team losing in overtime or
swept through the roster. ished fifth in the 500 free 4, Preston Powery 3 0-0 7, Nik Karoly 0 2-2 2, Wislene Verna 4 0-2 10, Anna Horton 1 1-2 4, 50 free: 1. Hanna Manning (SMG), 26.05; 2. shootout receives one which is registered in
But it wasnt a complete (5:35.49), followed closely Mitch Henry 6 0-0 15, Drew Farling 4 2-3 10, Taylor Miller 3 0-1 6, Marissa Raup 1 0-0 2. Nicole Augustine (BM), 26.20; 3. Megan Beam
(G), 26.28.
the OTL or SOL columns.
Tuesdays results
Jalonnie Warden 0 0-0 0, Chris Horst 0 0-0 0, Totals: 11 2-6 27.
disaster. by teammate Dain Vallie. Braden Fries 1 2-2 5, Tyler Radabaugh 0 0-0 0, 3-pointers: SH 4 (Pinnick, Burelli 2, Santiago); 100 butterfly: 1. Lindsay Brenneman (D), Providence 3, Hartford 2
1:04.16; 2. Kaelyn Gardner (Jeff), 1:04.34; 3. W-B/Scranton 5, Springfield 3
A third-place finish Jake Henry 0 0-0 0. Totals: 16 6-9 43.
3-pointers: N 7 (Wilson 4, Coleman, Rizzzuto,
WSC 3 (Verna 2, Horton).
Ashlyn Ellis (Ch), 1:06.52. San Antonio 2, Texas 1
awaited the boys at the Email Mallory at mmerda@ Mulbah); EP 5 (M. Henry 3, Powery, Fries). 100 free: 1. Meg Tate (Car), 55.85; 2. Hanna Ontario 2, San Diego 1 (OT)

end of the day with a to- cumberlink.com or follow WRESTLING Manning (SMG), 55.99; 3. Nicole Augustine
(BM), 59.14.
Wednesdays games
St. Johns 4, Utica 3, OT
M tal of 165.5, while the girls her on Twitter @Mallory- GIRLS BASKETBALL Team
ommonwealth Division
C
Div. Ovr.
500 free: 1. Lindsay Brenneman (D), 5:25.86;
2. Caroline Dudenhoeffer (DC), 5:31.94; 3.
Syracuse 3, Hershey 2, OT
Grand Rapids 3, Cleveland 2
1 finished eighth with 75, Merda Commonwealth Division Cumberland Valley 3-0 3-0 Madison Osanitsch (Ship), 5:32.73. Springfield at Bridgeport, 7p.m.
B4|Thursday, December 29, 2016 SPORTS The Sentinel

Young AP BEST GAMES OF 2016

defensemen
adapting to
NHL quickly
STEPHEN WHYNO
Associated Press
Zach Werenski and Ivan Pro-
vorov are the latest to put cracks
in the time-tested theory that
defensemen need a long time
to develop.
The 19-year-old rookies
quickly followed the lead of
Seth Jones and 2015 Calder
Trophy winner Aaron Ekblad
in adapting more quickly to the
NHL than elite defensemen of
previous generations. Werenski
plays on the Columbus Blue
Jackets top pairing alongside
Jones and Provorov is already a
No. 1 defenseman after making
the Philadelphia Flyers out of
training camp.
In that position of defense,
its the toughest to play and a lot
is expected of them to step right
into the top level of their game in
their sport, Blue Jackets coach
John Tortorella said. Werenski ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
has a mental aptitude about Villanovas Kris Jenkins game-winning 3-pointer during the NCAA Championship game against North Carolina on April 4 in Houston was one of the
him that he can handle a lot of most memorable moments among many in 2016.

Bigger stakes produced


things not only physically but
more importantly mentally. Its
really impressive to see such a
young man be able to do that.
Werenski and Provorov are in
the Calder race for the top NHL

better games in 2016


rookie with forwards Auston
Matthews and Patrik Laine, while
Jakob Chychrun of the Arizona
Coyotes is handling the NHL
well at 18. Twenty-somethings
like Rasmus Ristolainen of the
Buffalo Sabres, Colton Parayko of
the St. Louis Blues, John Kling-
berg of the Dallas Stars, Morgan EDDIE PELLS at 12:47a.m., stuck that histo- took an underhanded flip from Ryan ings for years, opened his Olympic
Rielly of the Toronto Maple Leafs Associated Press ry-making ball in his back pocket, Arcidiacono and calmly spotted up quest with a thrilling 7-6 (4), 7-6
and Provorov teammate Shayne Dont you love it when the game then ran to the mound to celebrate. and swished the game-winning 3 at (2) victory over top-ranked Novak
Gostisbehere also didnt need lives up to the hype? the buzzer. Villanova 77, North Car- Djokovic that left the Serb in tears.
much time to adjust to the North The year 2016 produced plenty of The block, the game olina 74. That the tight game ended Later that week, an equally thrill-
American pro game. games like that contests in which Through six games of the NBA with the underdog beating the blue ing match for del Potro: a 5-7, 6-4,
Youre seeing a lot more the action was the best when every- finals, the Warriors and Cavaliers blood only added to the magic and 7-6 (5) victory over Rafael Nadal in
young defensemen put in big- thing was on the line. were dead even. Not just at three the tradition of March Madness. the semifinals. I didnt expect to
ger roles, Jones said. Teams The Cubs and Indians, the War- games apiece, but they had scored Smiling in the stands as he watched reach the final, beating Djokovic
and organizations are going to riors and Cavs, the Tar Heels and the exact same number of points: the shot go: Michael Jordan. The and Rafa, del Potro said, but I did,
be putting them (in) earlier so Wildcats all saved their best for 610. A good series? Hardly. None Tar Heel great smiled, looked to his and I get a medal, and its amazing
that they can see for themselves when it was win or go home. of the first six games was decided buddy, Ahmad Rashad, and simply for me. Del Potro lost a three-set-
what it feels like at a young age A look at some of the best games by single digits. The average mar- said: Good shot, good shot. ter to Andy Murray in the final, but
so that when they do kind of of 2016: gin of victory: 19.6 points. All was hard to argue who the star of the Rio
develop, itll go a little quicker. forgiven after Game 7. The highlight Duel II Games really was.
Some of it is the necessity of End of the curse of the NBA season came with 1:50 In the final round of the British
the salary cap and the trend to- You wanted drama? Well, leave left, with the score tied at 89, when Open, Phil Mickelson and Henrik Best of the rest
ward teams leaning on younger, it to the Cubs to give you drama LeBron James ran the length of the Stenson put on a show reminiscent Icelands 2-1 victory over En-
cheaper players. But the best of . After trailing 3 games to 1 to court to block Andre Igoudalas of the Duel in the Sun that Jack gland in the round of 16 of the Eu-
the best defensemen are now Cleveland in the World Series, attempt at a go-ahead layup. The Nicklaus and Tom Watson waged a ropean Championships was not
much more like the prodigious the Cubs drew even, and then it Cavaliers went on to win 93-89 . generation earlier . Mickelson shot a only thrilling theater, it may have
Drew Doughty, who was a major came down to a single game to see James brought the title back to his bogey-free round of 65 and it wasnt been the biggest single upset of
contributor for the Los Angeles if the championship drought that hometown and his block now has enough. Stenson shot 8-under 63 the sports year. ... Ohio State beat
Kings as a rookie, than Victor dated to 1908 would come to an its own T-shirt(s) and Wikipedia to beat Mickelson by three and win Michigan 30-27 in double overtime
Hedman, who needed a few end. In Game 7, the Cubs led 5-1 page . Said James: I was just like, his first major. No other player was to add another thrilling chapter to
years to develop into the star he in the fifth inning and 6-3 in the Do not give up on the play. If you within 10 shots. Afterward, the two one of college footballs best rival-
is today. eighth. But the Indians were also got an opportunity, just try to make put their arms around each others ries. The win propelled the Buck-
I think its opportunity more trying to break a drought; they this play. shoulders much the same as Nick- eyes to the College Football Playoff
than anything, said Ryan Ellis hadnt won a title since 1948, and laus and Watson did in 1977, when even though they didnt play in the
of the Nashville Predators, who they werent about to quit. Rajai One good shot deserves they finished their two-man show Big Ten title game. ... The 2-pointer
played with Jones for his first Davis hit a game-tying home run another at Turnberry. Watson won that was big in football. A pair of NFL
two-plus seasons. When youre in the eighth. With the game tied one by a shot, and nobody else was games came down to rare, 2-point
given the opportunity, youre after nine innings, a rain shower Had the game gone into over- within 10. Our final round was defensive conversions. After giving
going to make mistakes, youre came and halted the action time, and had North Carolina really good, Nicklaus said, but up the game-tying touchdown, the
going to turn over the puck or do prolonging the drama for an extra pulled out the win, then Marcus theirs was even better. Broncos blocked the extra point and
this, do that. Its the opportu- 17 minutes. When they resumed, Paiges game-tying, double-clutch returned it for two for a 25-23 win
nity, and if you keep getting that the Cubs scored twice in the top 3-pointer with 4.7 seconds left in Del Potro over the Saints. A few weeks later,
opportunity eventually youre of the 10th. Cleveland got one of regulation would have gone down Nobody made Olympic tennis Eric Berry returned a Matt Ryan
going to be more experienced those runs back in the bottom of as one of the greatest in NCAA his- more worth watching than Argen- interception on a 2-point try the
and have more confidence. the inning, but Chicago held on. tory. Instead, Villanova called tim- tinas Juan Martin del Potro. The length of the field for a deuce of his
The Flyers gave Gostisbehere First baseman Anthony Rizzo of eout, coach Jay Wright called the 2009 U.S. Open champion, mostly own to lift the Chiefs to a 29-28 win
an opportunity last season af- the Cubs recorded the final out play Wildcat Kris Jenkins injured and sunk deep in the rank- over the Falcons.
ter a long-term injury to vet-
eran Mark Streit, and Provorov
earned it this fall with his play.
While a lot of young defensemen
are further ahead offensively Titles Camp Hills boys soccer team
claimed its first PIAA crown this
than defensively, Provorov has From B1 fall with a senior-laden squad,
earned matchups against Con- beating Sewickley Academy 4-1
nor McDavid, Tyler Seguin and Freshman Jennifer Wilson in the Class 1A title game.
other top scorers and lived up to subbed in to keep the game score- The Lions (24-2) redeemed
those lofty expectations. less the rest of regulation and themselves after close calls in
His consistency has prob- overtime and was the starting 2007 (also against Sewickley) and
ably been one element thats netminder in the semis, too 2008, beating a team that was in
taken a nice step forward, before Trinity turned to versatile its fifth straight state champion-
coach Dave Hakstol said. The defender Sydney Demyan to patrol ship game.
bulk of (the credit) goes to Ivan the goalies line during the deci- Justin Sheaffers crew relied on
and his mental readiness and sive penalty kick shootout. numerous big-play guys like An-
physical readiness maybe being And it worked. Demyan stopped drew Sponic, Noah Resuta, Amias
able to play regardless of what the one shot she needed to stop in Colestock, Colin Daly, Josh Good-
the era is. a 5-3 shootout victory to send the year and others throughout the
Tortorella handed Werenski Shamrocks into the semis, and season and also picked up an im-
power-play quarterback du- eventually a third state title and SENTINEL FILE pressive 19 shutouts from goalie
ties and watched him put up 12 first in Class 2A, a 4-1 clinic over Camp Hill High School boys soccer team defeated Sewickley Academy for Noah Smeriglio.
of his 22 points on the power Mercyhurst Prep. the PIAA Boys Class 1A championship at Hersheypark Stadium.
play. High expectations with Mulls squad did it with just four Email Jake Adams at jadams@
no safety net suit the Michigan senior starters, a departure from were heavy on upperclassmen. ting in on the fun in Chocolate- cumberlink.com or follow him on
product. the previous state champions that But it wasnt just the girls get- town. Twitter @jakeadams520

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BLONDIE by dean young and stan drake

Roommate rumblings
D
ear Annie: I live last month? I lost my concerns about living with
with four other cool and told him it wasnt him. Find a way to tolerate
people in a big old his money or his business. each other, at least until the
house outside Boston. He immediately wrote lease is up. There is enough
Two of the roommates are back, Whoa, whoa, OK, drama in the world without
a couple, Jeremy and Friday is ne. Pay me back friends tearing each other
Rachel. Rachel is a very whenever. But it was too apart over condiments and
DILBERT by scott adams close friend late for him to try to back- heating bills.
of mine and track, and I let him have Dear Annie: Usually,
has been a piece of my mind. I told I agree with and appreci-
for about him to go to hell or at the ate your advice. Im sure
10 years, very least get out of our you have to edit a lot of
ever since house. I may have used the letters you receive
we met in even more colorful lan- and we dont get all the
ANNIE college. guage than that. I was just information. This time,
LANE She and so floored by his rudeness. though, based on the in-
Jeremy live Now Rachel says shes formation we got, I dont
downstairs, angry with both of us for understand your advice.
while the other three of us handling ourselves the When a couple are having
NON SEQUITUR by Wiley miller live upstairs. Jeremy and way we did. She says she a heart-to-heart conver-
Rachel have been together knows that Jeremy can sation about a problem in
for three years, and I liked be annoying, but shes their marriage, why would
Jeremy ne until we hurt that I would act so you encourage them to be
moved in together. The hatefully toward her boy- anything less than honest
past year has been a war. friend. Hes trying to nd with each other? You want
He and I started butting a place to stay temporarily Mumma to tell Bill to
heads pretty much imme- because I told him I dont stop calling her names. It
diately. He kept using my want him living here. I sounds to us as if he was
condiments and leaving am not apologizing. I am honestly answering a yes-
my TV on. (I keep it in the the one who has been or-no question when she
living room downstairs.) wronged here. Right? asked him whether the
I had to tell him to stop Mad in Massachusetts reason for his wandering
FORT KNOX by Paul Jon boscacci several times before he Dear Mad: No matter eye is that she is fat. She
nally did. how bad you think Jeremy knew it. He acknowledged
Well, things really came is, cursing him out just it. They got to the root of
to a head yesterday. I was made you worse. Lets the problem. Are you ad-
about a month late paying review Morality 101: Two vocating that he lie to her?
him my portion of the wrongs dont make a right; Overall, good job. I enjoy
heating bill, and he tex- they just make a mess. And your column. But some-
ted me to ask for it. I told your friend, by the way, is times you are too quick to
him I would have it to him in the middle of that mess. side with your readers.
when I get paid this week. Apologize to Jeremy for the Send your questions for
He said, What about the outburst, but let him know Annie Lane to dearannie@
money Rachel lent you that you do have some valid creators.com.
MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM by mike Peters

Being bra-wise with money


D
ear Readers: Sav- cialty shop to get a proper spouses and realize were
ing money is always t, and purchase at least in the in sickness and in
smart, but when it two, if not three, bras for health phase of marriage.
comes to buying a bra, everyday use. Wear a bra Thank you. Russ in
saving money should not once, then let it breathe. Connecticut
be the pri- Wash by hand with deter- Reach out for support
ority. Invest gent specically designed in the community, within
in a bra that for intimates, or launder your family and through
RED AND ROVER by brian basset ts well, in the machine, fasteners www.alz.org, the home of
supports, fastened, inside a mesh the Alzheimers Associ-
shapes and bag. Lay flat to dry, and ation. Look for groups in
will last. Its store flat in the drawer. your community on the
important. Did you know that the av- website, or you can call
HINTS FROM Here are erage American womans them at 800-272-3900.
HELOISE some hints: bra size is 36DD, up from Heloise
The band a 36C ve years ago?
size is the Heloise CRINKLY CAN
chief consideration. It Dear Heloise: Why do
should feel snug but not HELP FOR cans have ridges? Food
constricting. CAREGIVERS can get stuck in the ridges,
Back fat is a signal but the ridges strengthen
HI AND LOIS by brian and Greg Walker that the bra is too loose, Dear Heloise: Thank the can and make it less
not too tight, and the you for the right-on-tar- likely to collapse. Storing
band is riding up. get information about cans by stacking is an ef-
An underwire bra Alzheimers disease. We cient use of space. Tired
should not be uncomfort- caregivers would appreci- of the mess left behind?
able. If it is, youre in the ate a helping hand in the Use a stiff rubber scraper
wrong size. form of some respite time, to release food off the can.
See a professional at the just to get away for a cou- Engineer in Monroe,
department store or spe- ple of hours. We love our La.

RHYMES WITH ORANGE by hilary Price ZITS by Jerry scott and Jim borgman

SALLY FORTH by Francesco marciuliano, drawn by craig macintosh FRANK AND ERNEST by bob Thaves

BABY BLUES by rick Kirkman and Jerry scott B.C. by Johnny hart

HAGAR THE HORRIBLE by chris browne


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ASTROLOGY BRIDGE | BY STEVE BECKER

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jude Law,


44; Patricia Clarkson, 57; Ted Danson, 69; Jon Voight,
78.
Happy Birthday: Youll have important choices to
make. If you are too bold or you take on the impos-
sible, you will fall short. Use your insight and realize
that you dont have to make snap deci-
sions or follow what someone else de-
cides to do. Show strength and courage
and think matters through. Utilize your
discipline and past experience and you
will reach your goals. Your numbers are
8, 14, 20, 24, 33, 38, 41.
EUGENIA Birthday Baby: You are sensitive,
LAST caring and proactive. You are secretive
and permissive.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):
Use any extra time you have to rejuvenate or strate- CRYPTOQUIP
gize how you are going to move forward with regard to
work, money and using your skills in new and diverse The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one
ways. Avoid excessive behavior and people who are letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it
unpredictable. *** will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Money matters words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to
will pan out better than anticipated. Make a change locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error.
that will improve your current financial position.
Physical alterations and home improvements will
help you cut corners or find new ways to save money
or bring in extra income.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Good fortune
awaits. All you have to do is use your imagination and
put your ideas into play. Start with the basics and let ZIGGY By Tom Wilson
whatever you choose to do build slowly. Remain bal-
anced and help will come from an unexpected source.

ARIES (March 21-April 19): Dont share your


plans prematurely. Its important to have everything
in its place before you include others in your plans.
Stay focused on important partnerships and try not
to do anything to upset these connections moving
forward.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Interact with your
peers as much as you can. Check out whats new in
whatever industry you are working in or studying to
be a part of. A short trip will change your mind about
your future. SUDOKU
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Take a serious look
at the year gone by and consider what you may do
differently next time. Make amends with someone. Be
willing to admit that you made mistakes as well. Go
forward without malice or contempt for others.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): Time spent with
someone you are in a partnership with will bring valu-
able results. Planning for the future will add to the
enjoyment of the holiday season, giving you plenty
to think and talk about. Identifying incentives will
encourage success. REAL LIFE ADVENTURES
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Problems or delays while By Gary Wise and Lance Aldrich
traveling can be expected. Relax and stay calm if sit-
uations at work become uncertain. Consider how you
can stand out and differentiate how you do your job
from the way your peers perform. Romance is encour-
aged.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Take the plunge and
get involved in functions that allow you to network
as well as mix business with pleasure. Your ability to
assess and react to a situation with clarity will en-
courage greater popularity.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Dont let situations at
home get out of hand. Take care of your responsibil-
ities if you want to avoid complaints and criticism.
Once you have put your chores behind you, youll Sudoku is a number-plac-
be able to make personal alterations that boost your ing puzzle based on a
morale. 9x9 grid with several
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Youll have insight given numbers. The ob-
into future trends and how best to use your skills. ject is to place the num-
Clear a space at home that you can use to study, re- bers 1 to 9 in the empty
search and master what you enjoy most and youll be squares so that each
able to turn it into a lucrative venture. row, each column and
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Reveal the each 3x3 box contains
ideas and concerns you have as well as the changes the same number only
you want to make. Head in the direction that offers once. The difficulty level
you greater stability and encourages you to be a better of the Conceptis Sudoku
person. Walk away from anyone who has been a poor increases from Monday
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The Sentinel FOOTBALL Thursday, December 29, 2016|B7

Steve Smith likely to retire


DAVID GINSBURG emotion during his 10-minute ses- Smith broke into the league in
Associated Press sion, he did not formally announce 2001 with Carolina and played with
OWINGS MILLS, Md. Steve his retirement. He already did that the Panthers for 13 seasons before
Smith sounds like a man whos once before, prior to the 2015 sea- coming to Baltimore in 2014.
ready to close the door on an NFL son, but ended up changing his A feisty, fierce competitor with
career that has spanned 16 seasons mind after tearing his Achilles ten- a drive to win unmatched by few
and taken him well beyond his 37th don in Week 7. in the league, Smith has a knack
birthday. This time, when asked about his for drawing praise from his team-
Whether you want to or not, future beyond Sunday, Smith said, mates and ire from those who go up
youve got to move on, Smith said Football has given me more than I against him.
Wednesday. Its part of life. The probably can give football back. For Carolina quarterback Cam New-
world still turns. 2016-17 and beyond, its probably ton said Wednesday: Theres not a
The five-time Pro Bowl receiver my last game. lot guys that you look down a dark
will play in his 230th NFL game Probably? Pressed for something alley and say I want to bring this
Sunday when the Baltimore Ra- more definitive, Smith said, Just person. I want to bring that person.
vens finish the season against the let it be, bro. But Steve Smith is one of those guys
Cincinnati Bengals. A minute later, Smith told of that you better make sure is on your
Standing in front of the media a symbolic message he received team, and not against your team. I
wearing a Darth Vader costume, during practice. have seen both of them, and I would
Smith said hes about 89 percent Today was pretty emotional prefer him being on my team.
sure it will mark the end of his out on the field, he said. It was a Smiths value to a team tran-
stellar career. windy, and parts of the field were scends mere grit and determina-
He used that number because he frozen. The sun was shining. It was tion. He ranks seventh in NFL his- ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
wears No. 89. confirmation today. God winked at tory with 14,697 yards receiving Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith intended to retire at the end of
Though Smith spoke with deep me. and is 12th with 1,028 receptions. the 2015 season, but ultimately decided to come back for one more season.

NFL Week 17: Sorting out the playoff picture Rose Bowl ing to have a good time on the Tea
Cups.
From B1 Penn State linebacker Koa
The NFLs regular season finale has much to do with a number of teams either hoping to
Farmer, the lone player on the ros-
earn a playoff spot or better their seeding position others wanting to merely stay as regular season and No. 9 USC (9-3) ter from California, is serving as
healthy as possible for the postseason. winning its final eight games. Both tour guide for the Nittany Lions.
MATCHUP STORYLINE PICK teams would beat conference foes Farmer was offering wide receiver
(Sun.) BAL at CIN How would the Ravens like to have 4th quarter at Pittsburgh back? BAL 19-13 that ended up reaching the College Chris Godwin the scouting report
Football Playoff. on what rides not to miss, while also
HOU at TEN Texans tune up for getting whipped in wild-card game TEN 15-13 USC defeated both division helping plan excursions to Santa
champions that played for the Pac- Monica and Hollywood.
CAR at TB Panthers were 14-1 a year ago; then 2016 got ugly CAR 24-23 12 title. Penn State would win the Some of these guys have never
Big Ten, which is when USC wide been to LA. I feel like Im the last
CHI at MIN Vikings were 5-0 in October; then 2016 got ugly MIN 17-16 receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster no- one going to sleep and the first one
ticed the similar trajectories of both waking up because theyre all like,
JAC at IND For Jags, 2016 always was ugly IND 28-20 programs this season. Oh Koa, what are we doing to-
CLE at PIT Browns had their fun last week; Steelers rest some folks, but ... PIT 22-9
It was suddenly like, Wow, both day? Its fun. I want them to have
teams went through the darkness to a good time, said Farmer, who
DAL at PHI Cowboys get their bye next week, go for it this week DAL 31-23 find the light. And we both fought spent Christmas at home in the
our way out, Smith-Schuster said. San Fernando Valley before joining
BUF at NYJ Why didn't Bills wait for more Rex revenge on Jets? BUF 27-10 I think this game right here is going his teammates at the team hotel on
to be historic. Monday. Some guys have never
NE at MIA New England often struggles in South Florida NE 24-20 But before the history comes the seen the Chinese Theatre, the stars
pageantry, including stops at the (on the Walk of Fame). I like seeing
KC at SD Chiefs are eyeing AFC West title and must win here KC 26-13 two Disney theme parks and Law- those guys enjoy this time.
ARI at LA At least where Rams will play next season is known ARI 27-16
rys Prime Rib steakhouse for the With USC practicing on campus
annual Beef Bowl later this week. leading up to Monday afternoons
OAK at DEN Defending champion Broncos go down fighting DEN 17-16 During a ceremony at Disney game, Helton treated each of the
California Adventure to welcome last two weeks as a mock game week
NYG at WAS Redskins need help, Giants need to wake up offense WAS 20-16 the two teams, USC right tackle so players could enjoy the various
Zach Banner wore sparkly Minnie activities associated with the Rose
SEA at SF Seahawks sputtering their way to postseason SEA 20-10 Mouse ears, complete with a red Bowl without interfering in prepa-
bow. Later, Banner and Darnold rations.
NO at ATL Falcons grab a week off in playoffs, finishing in style offensively ATL 40-30 squeezed themselves into an an- Once you get in this atmosphere
thropomorphic cartoon Fiat as Hel- there are distractions, Helton said.
GB at DET Both teams staring at potentially falling out of playoffs altogether GB 24-22
ton took photos on his smartphone. But no one associated with Penn
AP Banner has been to the theme State or USC is treating the week as
parks enough to know which a distraction, not after overcoming

Marshall has his


rides werent exactly designed for so much turmoil to make it to the
360-pound offensive linemen. Rose Bowl.
Every single roller coaster and The best thing to know is that
everything that involves a bar com- all this stuff Disneyland, Lawrys,
ing down over your legs and being all these things that come with the
6-foot-9, its hard, Banner said. Rose Bowl these amazing things,

chance with Eagles


That being said, I think were go- we earned it, Banner said.

Steelers receivers Eli Rogers and Demarcus


Ayers. Both made significant con-
From B1 tributions late in last weeks divi-
ROB MAADDI Everyone is a competitor. You I had to learn how to play it sion-clinching victory over Balti-
Associated Press dont want to just practice and or dont play, Marshall said. I there and getting a win. more.
HILADELPHIA Byron
P then go home on the weekend hated it at first. It was different Thats something Jones has only Its not like Im throwing to un-
Marshall spent most of the and watch like a fan. Thats the but it was a blessing in disguise, done once in four years, and even known guys, Jones said.
season practicing with the worst part. made me more versatile, made that comes with a major asterisk. And its not like offensive coor-
Philadelphia Eagles during the Thats more motivation than me better. He started at Heinz Field against dinator Todd Haley is going to cut
week, watching their games on anything to go out there work Marshall became the first the Browns in November 2015, only the playbook in half. The game plan
the weekend and waiting for his hard, get better in practice and player in Pac-12 history to ac- to leave in the first quarter with an will focus on what Jones does well,
chance to play. wait for your time to come. cumulate 1,000 yards rushing ankle injury. Roethlisberger, held namely make quick decisions. The
He got a taste of NFL action Marshall impressed coaches and receiving in his career. out with a sprained foot, came on days when Jones felt overwhelmed
two weeks ago and should get in practice and made his debut As for Kelly, Marshall is fan. in relief and threw for 379 yards in are long gone. Foster called Jones
plenty more Sunday. against the Ravens, who had Hes a really good innovator a 30-9 win . very cool at what hes doing.
The former Oregon star is one the NFLs best run defense. He with the offense and knows how There wont be a safety net this It helps that the majority of the
of two running backs left stand- ran for 22 yards on nine carries to use people on the field the time around with Roethlisberger offensive line thats allowed just 17
ing for the Eagles (6-9) heading and was in the backfield for the best way, Marshall said. inactive. Only the shot to prove sacks this season will be in front of
into the season finale against failed 2-point conversion to end Kelly developed a reputation what Jones can do. And Jones isnt him. The Steelers are still holding
Dallas (13-2). a 27-26 loss. in Philadelphia for not being a the only one that knows it. out hope of finishing with the few-
Ryan Mathews, Wendell If you took the 10 most player-friendly coach and man- Landry has the opportunity to est sacks allowed in the NFL (the
Smallwood and Kenjon Barner eye-popping wow plays on the agement criticized his commu- go out and the way backup quar- Raiders currently have given up 16),
are on injured reserve, so Mar- field this year, Byron might have nication skills. terbacks are being paid, hes a free so yes, Jones will be given plenty of
shall and veteran Darren Sproles three or four of them, offensive Chip is from New Hamp- agent next year, theres no telling reminders to just get rid of the ball
should carry the workload. coordinator Frank Reich said. shire. He acts like hes from New whether hes a $4 or $5 million a year if nothing develops.
Im excited about the oppor- Hes got some explosiveness Hampshire. Hes cut from the guy, or be a $2 or $3 million a year I dont want to see him stroking
tunity. Ive been waiting for it and elusiveness to him. cloth of where he comes from backup, guard Ramon Foster said. the ball, Foster said with a laugh.
all year, Marshall said. Coach Doug Pederson likes and you either love it or hate it Theres a lot for him on the line. Jones doesnt want to get too
Marshall tore ligaments in what hes seen from the rookie. and hes OK with that, Marshall Jones played solidly if not spec- wrapped up in his future prospects,
his ankle in the fourth game of Receiving is probably one said. tacularly in his one start this sea- though Bell believes Jones could
his senior year at Oregon af- of his strengths, Pederson Hes not too much of a peo- son, completing 29 of 47 passes for potentially be in the mix to start
ter rushing for 1,038 yards as said. As a runner, hes got a ple person and if he likes you, he 281 yards with a touchdown and an somewhere else down the road.
a sophomore and catching 74 great sort of a first, jump-cut really likes you and if he doesnt, interception in a 27-16 loss to New Given Pittsburghs investment
passes for 1,003 yards his junior type move that is very elusive, I dont think he shows that he England on Oct. 23 while Roeth- in his development, the Steelers
season. and you see it in practice when hates you. Its business and lisberger recovered from left knee could also offer Jones a chance to
He signed with the Eagles hes going against our defense. business isnt personal. Some surgery. The Steelers rallied from stick around and continue to be a
after going undrafted and was Those are things weve got to people like him, some dont. I an early 14-0 deficit to pull within competent backup behind Roeth-
among the final cuts in the pre- see carry over obviously into a had no problem with him. a point in the third quarter before lisberger.
season. He was on the practice game. Kelly is 2-12 in his first season fading. The former Oklahoma star who
squad before being promoted on Marshall was recruited out with San Francisco and theres Of course, Jones had LeVeon Bell became a father for the first time
Dec. 13. of high school by former Eagles speculation he might get fired and Antonio Brown at his disposal last spring hasnt gotten that far
Players on the practice squad coach Chip Kelly, who was 46-7 or choose to return to college then. Like Roethlisberger, coach down the road. Better to just focus
dont travel for road games and at Oregon from 2009-12. He after two consecutive losing Mike Tomlin plans not to use those on Sunday and save whats next for
watch home games in a suite. It played two seasons as a running seasons in the NFL. two against the Browns. Maybe its later.
can be frustrating, especially for back, including his freshman Chip is as much a competi- fitting. Jones has spent the majority We have a great opportunity in
players who were standouts in year under Kelly. Then Oregon tor as anybody and Im sure he of his time with the Steelers working this business to make a good living
college. coach Mark Helfrich turned the wants to make it work and win, with the second string or the scout for our family, he said. You get
You just want to go out there 5-foot-10 inch Marshall into a Marshall said. I wish the best team, which made him plenty fa- those type of opportunities, you
M and play so bad, Marshall said. receiver his junior year. for him. miliar with role players such as wide want to capitalize on it.
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NOTICE ESTATE NOTICE GEESE & DUCKS. Large geese,
$18. Pekin ducks & black suede,
Notice is hereby given that the Cumberland County Commission for Women LETTERS ADMINISTRATION in the Estate of PATRICK R. DOUGLASS, late $8. Call 717-243-4306.
will meet on Thursday, January 12, 2017, 6:00 p.m. at PA Coalition Against of the Borough of Camp Hill, County of Cumberland and Commonwealth of
Rape Office Building, 123 North Enola Drive, Enola, PA; April 13, 2017, 6:00 Pennsylvania, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, all Health /
p.m. in the Commissioners Hearing Room, Main Courthouse, 1 Courthouse
Square, Carlisle, PA; July 13, 2017, 6:00 p.m. in the Community Room at the
persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims to present the same without delay to:
528 Medical
In accordance with the
Camp Hill Giant Food Store, 3301 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA and October
12, 2017, 6:00 p.m. at the Carlisle YWCA, 301 G Street, Carlisle, PA. Kathleen Huntzinger, Administrator
federal Fair Housing Act, we
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CUMBERLAND COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: Vincent T. Harrisburg, PA 17112 any real estate listing that Call 717- 258-8394.
DiFilippo, Jim Hertzler, Gary Eichelberger; Lawrence Thomas, Chief Clerk; indicates any preference,
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NOTICE Elizabethville PA 17023 If you believe a published
Letters Testamentary have been granted to the undersigned Executrix of the
listing states such a 542 Miscellaneous
Estate of ROZETTA M. FITZPATRICK, late of Hampden Township,
preference, limitation, or
SCOOTER, 3 wheel, with light,
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. All persons having claims against the discrimination, please notify brakes, 15MPH, ride it standing up
Estate are requested to make such claims known to the undersigned. Those EXECUTOR NOTICE this publication at or sitting down, nice Christmas gift
persons indebted to the decedent are requested to make payment without fairhousing@lee.net for someone. Paid $700 new.
delay to: Letters Testamentary in the Estate of ZOILA P. BREAM, Deceased, late of
Asking $450. DAY BED, for child,
South MIddleton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, deceased,
like new, sheets come with it. $45.
Suzanna M. Wiland, Executrix have been granted to the undersigned. Thank You St. Jude TV STAND, storange under and on
c/o E. Ralph Godfrey, Esquire Love, Brian & Ann both sides. $15. LOVE SEAT, like
Cipriani & Werner, P.C. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to said Estate will make
new. $40. Call Ron 776-4411, after
1011 Mumma Road, Suite 201 payment immediately, and those having claims will present them for
6:00.
Lemoyne, PA 17043 settlement to:
Situations
Donald E. Bream, Executor 145 Wanted 550 Pets & Supplies
c/o Robert G. Frey, Esquire GERMAN SHEPARDS PUPS: all
Address: 5 South Hanover Street HOUSEKEEPER, Shippensburg
EXECUTORS NOTICE area, need not be professional, for German line, videos at Atlantic
Carlisle, PA 17013 Canine Dog training on Facebook.
senior citizen. $10-$12/hr. (2) hrs.
Estate of ROBERT W. RICKERT per week. 717-477-0977. Call Tom Ponelli 528-7224.
Frey and Tiley
Late of Upper Allen Township Attorneys
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Deceased
Date of Death: November 26, 2016 315 Help Wanted 572 Snow Blowers
Letters Testamentary have been granted to the undersigned, who requests TORO (small) CCR 2000E, 4.5HP,
that all persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the NOW HIRING! 18", electric start, good conidtion
Decedent to make known the same, and all persons indebted to the NOTICE New Visions, Inc., a provider of $150 OBO &
Decedent to make payments without delay to: mental health residential services for CUB CADET LAWN TRACTOR
REPLACEMENT OF COOLING TOWER SUPPORT BEAM adults, is now hiring. Please visit our MOUNT, fits GT 1222,hydrostatic
Terry T. Rickert ON THE CUMBERLAND COUNTY COURTHOUSE website for details: www.new-visions.org drive, series 1000, 36", with tire
726 Petersburg Road chains, good condition. $275 OBO.
Sealed bids will be received by the Controller of Cumberland County at his WANTED: LUMBER GRADER Contact: 486-7522 or 360-2258.
Carlisle, PA 17013
office, One Courthouse Square, Carlisle, PA 17013-3387, until 10:30 a.m. Good math skills a must. Experience
on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, and received, opened and read by the helpful but will train. Starting wage
County Commissioners or their designee in Room 2-C, Second Floor, $11.50. Please call 717-243-0690, 595 Firearms
Courthouse, Carlisle, PA at 11:00 a.m. the same day for the replacement of please leave a message if no answer.
cooling tower support beam on the Cumberland County Courthouse County
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Courthouse. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held on Wednesday, Disclaimer
Business All firearm transfers are subject to
410 Opportunities
January 4, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at the Cumberland County Courthouse, 1
Letters Testamentary on the Estate of ROBERT MERLE GILBERT aka BOB Courthouse Square, Carlisle, PA. All prospective bidders must attend the relevant State and Federal laws.
MERLE GILBERT, late of Cumberland County, Middlesex Township, PA, site showing. Specifications may be obtained from the Countys web site See your local Sheriff or licensed
deceased, have been granted to the undersigned. at www.ccpa.net or by calling Linda Thumma at (717) 240-5444. firearm dealer for more information.
All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to said Estate will make
payment immediately and those having claims will present them for CUMBERLAND COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: VINCENT T. CARLISLE
settlement to: DIFILIPPO, JIM HERTZLER, GARY EICHELBERGER; LAWRENCE
SENTINEL Apartments
Cathi J. Green - Administrator
THOMAS, CHIEF CLERK 610 for Rent
24 Goldenrod Drive DELIVERY
Carlisle, PA 17015 ROUTES CARLISLE, 2nd floor, 2 bedroom, No
Stephen J. Hogg, Esquire NOTICE
in pets, smoke free. $795 some
utilities + security; Call 462-5336
19 S. Hanover Street, Suite 101
Carlisle, PA 17013
Mechanicsburg
617 Condos for Rent
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY in the Estate of CHARLES F. MEYERS a/k/a
CHARLES FREDERICK MEYERS, late of Lower Allen Township,
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, having been granted to the In need of Independent CARLISLE - Greenfield: 2 bedrooms,
undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment and those having claims to present the same without Contractors to deliver 1 & 2 story; some with basements.
EXECUTORS NOTICE From $775 plus utilities. Patio, exterior
delay to: The Sentinel. Profit maint. included. Gas heat. 554-1554.
Estate of MARY MORTELL Nancy S. Schappell ranges $400-$600 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
803 Mandy Lane
Late of HAMPDEN TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA, deceased. bi-weekly;
630 Houses for Rent
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Letters Testamentary on said estate having been granted to the undersigned,
Executrix depending
all persons indebted thereto are requested to make immediate payment, OR TO: on route size. NEAR CARLISLE, Boiling Springs
and those having claims or demands against same, will present them Schools, Broker Owned,
without delay for settlement to the undersigned at the Law Offices of Craig Butler Law Firm
Must have valid 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath duplex.
A. Diehl, 3464 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011. 1007 Mumma Road, Suite 101 drivers license & Gas Heat, central air. Full basement.
Lemoyne, PA 17043 Smoke free. $1125 + utilities
Phillip T. Mortell, Jr. proof of auto Donald E. Diehl Realtor
Executor insurance. 717-249-7127
Craig A. Diehl, Esquire, CPA Evenings 717-385-2191
Attorney NOTICE Visit NEWVILLE, 3/4 bedroom, garage.
$850/mo. + utilities. 717-776-5846.
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STONER, late of New Cumberland Borough, Cumberland County, or call Jenn at Townhouses
EXECUTOR NOTICE
Pennsylvania, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned
Co-Executors. 717-240-7165 635 for Rent
Letters Testamentary in the Estate of LILLIE M. PORTER, Deceased, late of All persons therefore indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate CARLISLE, 2 bedroom townhouses.
West Pennsboro Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, deceased, payment, and those having just claims, will please present the same, duly Kitchen with appliances. No pets.
have been granted to the undersigned. authenticated, for settlement, without delay. $775/mo. Call 245-0082.
Michael H. Small CARLISLE, 3 bedroom. No pets.
All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to said Estate will make
payment immediately, and those having claims will present them for
settlement to:
210 South Railroad Street, P.O. Box 76
Palmyra, PA 17078
Air Quality $795/mo. Call 245-0082.
MT. HOLLY, 3 bedroom townhouse.

Stephen Taylor, Executor Co-Executor Updates.. Kitchen with appliances. No pets.


$850/mo. + utilities. Call 245-0082.

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MCKEEHAN FIRST AND FINAL ACCOUNT OF DONALD A. MCKEEHAN, EXECUTOR for Rent
21-15-0662 FOR THE ESTATE OF JOHN R. MCKEEHAN, LATE OF DICKINSON
TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED
ROBERT G. FRY, ESQ. * Bargain Basement printed within The Sentinel on a
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21-15-0432 FOR THE ESTATE OF MARY JOAN MIRITELLO, LAST OF HAMPDEN live plants, produce or firewood.
TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED
KEITH O. BRENNEMAN, ESQ.
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SCHWEIZER FIRST AND FINAL ACCOUNT OF CYNTHIA S. MCCANN, EXECUTRIX FOR, with solar power. $49. 379-8010.
21-15-0417 THE ESTATE OF CHRISTOPHER W. SCHWEIZER, LATE OF
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DECEASED 9"x13", like new, paid $75, Asking
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WATT FIRST AND FINAL ACCOUNT OF JEFFREY S. COHICK, EXECUTOR FOR EXERCISE EQUIPMENT, bike,
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DECEASED 1 Bedroom Townhouses Maintenance
BRADLEY L. GRIFFIE, ESQ. FOOTBALL & BASKETBALL, NFL Wall To Wall Carpeting Easy Access To Major
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WITH STATEMENTS OF PROPOSED DISTRIBUTION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK Cooking Gas Flexible Lease Terms
OF ORPHANS COURT DIVISION IN THE COURTHOUSE AT CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA, BY THE LAWN VAC: 5hp, Troybuilt, starts
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THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS ORPHANS COURT DIVISION CUMBERLAND COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA
REFRIGERATOR: Kennmore, looks
Carlwynne Manor Apartments
FOR CONFIRMATION AND DECREES OF DISTRIBUTION AT 9:30 A.M., JANUARY 10, 1, 2017 IN 860 Carlwynne Court, #A207, Carlisle 866-734-0048
COURTROOM NO. 1 good & works good. $70. 713-8075.
9:00 - 6:00 MONDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 10 AM 5 PM
PLOUGH SIXTH AND FINAL ACCOUNT OF ANTONIO SANTANA, TRUSTEE OF THE ROCKING CHAIR: Antique with SUNDAY 12 PM 4 PM
21-11-0758 GEORGE H. PLOUGH TRUST pressed-back design & cane seat,
TRICIA D. NAYLOR, ESQ. restored. $75 249-6575. Hanover Manor Apartments
712 Hanover Court, #A208, Carlisle
SNOWBLOWER: MTD, 7HP, 4 cycle, 855-834-0356
single stage, just serviced, works
good. $95. 440-2592 MONDAY FRIDAY 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
Lisa M. Grayson, Esq.
Clerk of Orphans Court
Cumberland County Veri Kennel. 32H x 20W x 36L, New
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