Soccer team scores successful season

By Tyren Posey The boys’ soccer team had a winning season this year. In their 18 regular-season games, the team finished with a 12-4-2 record which was good enough to place them in the top ten for power rankings.  The boys played Dallastown in the first round of counties and lost 2-0. T … [Read more...]

Suburban’s Athletic Scholars

by Kiyanna Dowling The York Suburban class of 2020 has a lot of musically, artistically, and academically gifted seniors. Within this class is a group of athletically gifted seniors including Garth Barclay, Dominic Corto, and Rachel Ludwick.  These are just a select few seniors who have … [Read more...]

Football team strives for greatness  

By Tyren Posey  The past two years have not been the best for the York Suburban football team, but now the team is looking like a true competitor for the district championship. The team has started off to an undefeated start through its first four games and is looking to keep that streak … [Read more...]

Free Agency For York Suburban Basketball

by Kiyanna Dowling Last year, the York Suburban boys’ varsity basketball team had a record of 10-12. The boys had a tough schedule playing against teams like Delone Catholic, West York, and Eastern. There were some nail-biter losses along with the gritty wins that come with any sports team. With t … [Read more...]

Dominic Corto passes Mailman for all-time lacrosse points

by Ben Rohrbaugh March 25, 2019 marked a time of celebration for the York Suburban boys’ lacrosse team. The Trojans hosted a game against New Oxford, which ended in a win. This was not the only great thing that happened. Junior Dominic Corto surpassed Colin Mailman, a current Division 1 lacrosse p … [Read more...]

Zion Williamson

by Ben Rohrbaugh February 20, 2019: Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, North Carolina. The Duke Blue Devils were set to host their arch rival, “the North Carolina Tar Heels”, in one of the most anticipated games in college basketball this season. Although each ticket was priced at 2 grand, every sea … [Read more...]

Freshman wrestlers dominate

The Fab 5 Wrestlers: Noah Rice, Zach Emory, Jamal Lewis, Quez Dillon, and Bryson Nedigh (pictured from left to right) by Ben Rohrbaugh Suburban has a rich history of success. Greatness has been found all over the program, especially on the wrestling mat. This year, a group of new and young … [Read more...]

The 2018-19 Boys’ Basketball Season Ends on Disappointing Note

by Michaela Trotter The 2018-19 boys’ basketball season was a year filled with promise and determination. One of the star basketball players sophomore Aidan Hughley said, “The basketball season was a should have, could have, would have season. It was a ‘what if’ season but had a lot of improve … [Read more...]

Patriots dominate in low-scoring Super Bowl

Julian Edelman, MVP of the Super Bowl, hoists the trophy after New England won 13-3. by Benjamin Rohrbaugh Super LIII (53) was one for the ages, kind of. The contest, which was played last Sunday, was between the NFC Champions, Los Angeles Rams and the defending AFC Champions New England … [Read more...]

Women Paid Much Less Than Male Athletes in the Sports Industry

By Will McGowan The sports industry has always been keen on spotlighting the games involving males. Legends such as Stephen Curry and Clayton Kershaw dominant their respective sports leagues by gaining immense salaries every year. Over 35 million dollars are paid to Kershaw alone, while Curry … [Read more...]