CD (2-0) rolled over the Carlisle Lady Thundering Herd in an away basketball game Tuesday by a score of 58-25. Linglestown Gazette sports reporters Joe Gilloway and Bill Bostic recap the Rams' latest victory and briefly talk with Delaney Lackner (#13) and Coach G. ____ The show's title sponsor is Econ Wealth Management. Coverage of Lady Rams basketball is also supported by Fabio's Italian Restaurant & Pizza, Linglestown Fire House Bar and Fit39.
The Central Dauphin Rams boys basketball team notched a win in their season and home opener Friday over the Dallastown Wildcats. The Gazette was on the scene. Check out a game recap filed by sports reporters Bill Bostic and Joe Gilloway.
If you're into hoops, this new sports feature will be a must-see. The video below is the debut show of LADY RAMS HOOPS WEEKLY that focuses on Central Dauphin High's statewide-ranked girls basketball team. The squad came out on top in District 3 state playoffs last season and is looking to repeat and go deep in the 2018 PIAA state playoff tourney.
Sports column by Bill Bostic Sports have a way when you least expect it to unfold a series of events that can reshape your world for a day, a week or maybe a lifetime. For me, watching Jeff Gordon make a daring, dangerous move at Daytona to win did that. For sure, Jack Nicklaus playing a back nine for the ages at The Masters in 1986 at age 46 to win will forever be an inspiration to me. And, I'm Read More >>
* There's an interesting twist about the three members of Bishop McDevitt High School boys' swimming team pictured above – they're related to each other, compete together on a relay team and have qualified for the state's biggest meet of the season. Pictured (L -R) are freshman Jonathan Mata, sophomore Alex Pompei and senior Anthony Pompei. Alex and Anthony are brothers and Jonathan is their cousin and they will be swimming in the 200 medley relay with junior Wendell Banks Read More >>
Need a break from shopping, wrapping & partying? If so, consider stopping by St. Thomas Roasters for sounds of the season and other musical artistry by Joe Trojcak & Friends, SATURDAY, 8 - 10 pm, no cover. Joe plays a wicked piano and is a class act. If you want some excitement, head to the PA Farm Show's Equine Arena for a pro indoor soccer game SATURDAY between your Harrisburg Heat and the Detroit Waza, 7:05 pm. The Heat have Read More >>
Below is entertainment news you'll only find on Linglestown Gazette. (Have some fun with it, for gosh sake!) Are you sitting down? Pro wrestling has taken root in Lower Paxton Township in recent months. Hey, this is not a joke – it's the real deal my friends! Escaping the attention of most in the area, the Ultimate Wrestling Experience, or UWE, has held a few matches in the gym at the old Lower Paxton Junior High School located behind Karns Read More >>
It won't be long until Koons Park in Linglestown will be abuzz with baseball teams prepping for the 2009 season. Opening day for midget baseball – April 18 – will be here in a blink of an eye.Last year, I had a great time serving up in-depth coverage of the Linglestown Twilight team that won the East Shore Twilight League championship for the second year in a row. And, toward the end of the season there were occasional updates on Read More >>
The Central Dauphin Rams Softball Clinic on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 17-18, will feature Lisa Fernandez (pictured), a three-time Olympic gold medalist. She will conduct pitching, coaching and all-skills clinics. CLICK HERE for more info and a link to download a registration form.Also, the deadline is fast approaching for the Central Dauphin Rams Fast-Pitch Clinic that is run by Ken Williams, a longtime coach in the area. Starting on Sunday, Jan. 25, this four-week clinic focuses on the fundamentals of Read More >>
Linglestown Gazette offered expanded coverage of the Linglestown sports scene this year.The main focus last summer was on the Twilight baseball team that won a second straight league championship. Several game reports included video post-game interviews with players and coaches, including one that featured catcher Bryan Stovall get a pie in the face.Occasional reports were published about midget, pony, teener and Legion baseball action.A Gazette thank you goes out to Steve Econ, Mike Shaffer, Fran Roman and Karen Cattabiani for Read More >>