October 23, 2014

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Boys Soccer: Late rally lifts Cats

For the full article from Jeff Kauffman of The Sentinel click here. MECHANICSBURG — Sitting in third place with both teams ahead of them on the schedule in the next week, the Mechanicsburg Wildcats had the prime opportunity to get themselves back in the hunt for the Keystone Division title. Zach Sherman scored in overtime to lead the Wildcats to a 2-1 win over Lower Dauphin on Tuesday at the Northside Soccer Pitch. Trailing 1-0 with just about six minutes left in … Full Story

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Cougars lose cat fight

PALMYRA - Consistency has plagued Palmyra for most of the 2013 girls' soccer season. The Cougars' roller-coaster campaign continued Tuesday evening. Palmyra's playoff hopes took a major blow with a 2-0 loss to Mechanicsburg under the lights Tuesday night at In The Net Sports Complex. The Cougars never got to show their claws against the Wildcats, who have won three straight and seven of the last eight meetings between the Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division … Full Story

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Mechanicsburg snags share of Keystone Division lead with dominant performance in win over Palmyra

Give Mechanicsburg’s hustling Wildcats a chance to grab the Mid-Penn Keystone Division championship — or at least a share of the eight-team league’s slippery title — and Tony Lougee’s hard-working club is going to chase after that available hardware with plenty of gusto. Just like they did Monday night. Getting three goals from Dean Patton and one from Joseph Panuccio — Ryan Wolf chipped in two assists and rarely tested keeper Erik Hanson needed to make just two … Full Story

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Energetic Mechanicsburg displays crisp effort in 3-0 dismantling of Hershey team that beat them two days earlier

Apparently, two days can make a mighty big difference. In both directions. Flashing more energy than it did in Saturday afternoon’s reversal at Hershey, Tony Lougee’s Mechanicsburg Wildcats avenged their Mid-Penn Keystone Division boys’ soccer setback by overpowering the Trojans 3-0 in damp conditions Monday night at the Northside Cage. Zach Sherman and Logan DeNicola bagged second-half finishes, while the Wildcats (12-3, 9-2) also benefited greatly from an own … Full Story

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