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Taking photos for the Duke Men’s Basketball team would be a slam dunk for senior Jackson Muraika.

Next fall he will be attending Duke University in North Carolina and is planning to major in Economics. He chose Duke for its immense opportunities and great mix of size and flexibility.

“I don’t want to go to a school so crowded it felt overwhelming,” said Muraika.

In college he also plans to conti...

After a hard fought season the girls’ basketball team has pushed forward to meet their goal of making it to states.

The team will be advancing to the first round of the state championship against Garnet Valley on March 8. The away game will begin at 6.

“It’s really awesome and we feel really accomplished,” said senior captain Hannah Woelfling. “No matter what the outcome, it’s just an awesome experience to be in.”

The last time t...

January 14, 2019

photo by Sully Minnick

Known not only for her skills as a basketball player but also as a leader, senior Raven Morgan hopes to lead the team to success this season.
As she is the only member that has been on the varsity team for all four years, she is looked up to by her teammates.
“My leadership benefits the younger classmates because I think they have someone to look up to,” said Morgan.
Tuesday, the team was 6-0 in Section O...

Many successful athletes struggle to share the spotlight with their teammates, this does not seem to be the case for senior boys’ basketball player, Logan Horn. Horn has been an impactful yet humble member of the team since his freshman season.

“I knew it was my time to step up as a leader, after losing a lot of the seniors from last year,” said Horn.

At the CCHS Tipoff tournament on December 28, Logan was awarded MVP of the tou...

Every teams wants to beat their rival in their own gym. Boys’ basketball did just this, intensifying rivalry with Lebanon rivalry.

Boys’ basketball faced the Cedars and came out on top 56-46 after a hard game Monday, Dec. 17. This helped the team continue their winning streak.

“I think the teamwork we had and togetherness helped us win because when things weren’t going our way we stuck together and played our style of basketball...

Often seniors are looked up to by underclassmen. In the athletics world, seniors show leadership on their team both on and off the court.

Both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams welcome back six returning seniors to the court. With many games of varsity experience, they know how to show team leadership this season.

The boys’ team sends returning seniors Jaquan, Andino, Neisso Dorvil, Brody Dunlop, Logan Horn, Trey Kalbach and...

The girls’ basketball team has had many wins in past seasons and is working to continue that success this season.

 “Coach (Jim Donmoyer) is pushing us this year,” said senior Madison Rambler, “We are getting into shape and working hard. Pushing each other is the only way we will have a good outcome.”

Last year the team had a record of 15-9.

“I’m most excited about the team’s potential,” said Donmoyer. “I’m excited to see where th...

Most sports teams function properly off positivity and team unity. This will certainly be the case for the boys’ basketball team this season.

Last season the boys went 18-7 under head coach Thomas Smith. They also qualified for the Lancaster Lebanon League playoffs and were 6A District 3 qualifiers.

Smith feels confident that the returning player and new standouts will lead the team to success this season.

“We have a lot of size...

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