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Team Earns Success, Supports Community April 19, 2017

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Gymnast Receives Recognition April 11, 2017

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Swim Team Plans Registration Meeting March 29, 2017

The Millersville Sea Lions Swim Team will hold its registration and informational meeting on Sunday, April 23, at 4 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 222 N. George St., Millersville. Attendees are asked to use the back entrance.

Any interested swimmers and parents are invited to attend to learn more about the swim team and how to register for its 2017 summer season. Swimmers must be members of the Millersville Pool to join the swim team.

For more information, visit www.millersvilleswimteam.org.

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Horse Show Series Concludes March 22, 2017

The final show of the 2016-17 Jack Frost Jubilee Winter Fun Show Series was held at Crescendo Training Centre in Ephrata on March 12. The series raised more than $150 for Greystone Therapeutic Riding Center of Leola.

The series offered many different disciplines, including Dressage and Western Dressage, Showmanship, Western Horsemanship and Pleasure, Ranch Horse Pleasure, Hunter Over Fences, English Equitation and Pleasure, Games and Gymkhana. The series included one show per month from November through March.

This was the largest show series ever held at Crescendo Training Centre. Many of the shows had so many entries that organizers ran 2-and-a-half hours worth of dressage rides on Saturday afternoon to accommodate all the exhibitors. March's show sported a total of 266 entries, with 44 horses, 49 riders, 58 dressage rides, 71 hunter over fences entries, 52 gymkhana/game rides and a total of 85 regular class entries.

The following volunteers helped during the series: Terry Grogan, Ginny Myers, Beth Dinich, Brooke Keeney, Natalie Zeamer, Tracy Stroscein, Nancy Longenbach, Judy Rutt, Lesli Binford and Rebecca Richard. The judges were Darcy Miller, Amanda Krall, Ange Bean, Alexis Clelan Liskey, and Katie Weagley.

Series-end prizes were awarded to the riders according to the final high point standings. The results were as follows.

Dressage: Champion, Levi Smartchic+/, Teresa Grogan of Ephrata, 133 points; Reserve, EAF Kidmann+/, Brooke Keeney of Airville, 116 points; and Third: Dark Prankster+++//, Radene Gordon-Beck of Mohnton, 89 points.

Walk/Trot/Jog: Champion, Big Stars Design, Dustin Bowles of Sunbury; Reserve, Wild Roses, Megan Vance of Sinking Spring, 228 points; and Third, Im A Showtime Dude, Valerie Purretta of Birdsboro, 123 points.

Over Fences: Champion, My Quest, Jess Confer of Birdsboro, 200 points; Reserve, Morrigan's Power, Morgan DiGiosia of Reading, 131 points; and Third, Copper Creek, Megan Vance of Sinking Spring, 122 points.

Leadline: Champion, Napoleon Dynamite, Emily Robinson of Reading, 30 points, and Reserve, Royal Chaos, Ben Gruber of Reading, 25 points.

English: Champion, Crescendos Allegro, Kylie Hodge, 111 points; Reserve, Naaquinos San Peppy, Grace Miller of Lititz, 96 points; and Third, O'Riley Rocket, Wendy Bowles, 91 points.

Western: Champion, EAF Kidmann+/, Brooke Keeney of Airville, 186 points; Reserve, Levi Smartchic+/, Teresa Grogan, 177 points; Third, Naaquinos San Peppy, Ginny Myers of Enola, 72 points.

Gymkhana/Games: Champion, Hammer, Rachel Gagliardi, 180 points; Reserve, EAF Kidmann+, Brooke Keeney of Airville, 165 points; Reserve, Copper Creek, Megan Vance of Sinking Spring, 80 points.

Overall: Champion, EAF Kidmann+, Brooke Keeney, 531 points; Reserve, Copper Creek, Megan Vance, 350 points; and Third, Wild Roses, Megan Vance, 327 points.

High Score Average Dressage: Champion, Landsdowne, Rebecca Danko, average of 67.031 percent, and Reserve Champion, WR Rogue, Samuel Sedgley of New Freedom, average of 66.328 percent.

High Score Average Western Dressage: Champion, Levi Smartchic+/, Teresa Grogan, average of 75.359 percent, and Reserve Champion, Visari AF, Kriss Phelps, average of 73.536 percent.

Next season's series will begin in November.

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Volleyball Teams Compete In Tournaments March 22, 2017

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Registrations Available March 16, 2017

The East Petersburg Bulldogs Midget football and cheerleading teams are accepting registrations for the 2017 season. Sign-ups will be held on Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to noon at the East Petersburg Community Building, 6051 Pine St. Early registration with discounted rates will continue through Saturday, May 6.

For registration forms and information, visit www.eastpetebulldogs.org or call Walter Roth, director, at 314-8360.

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Registrations Available March 16, 2017

The East Petersburg Bulldogs Midget football and cheerleading teams are accepting registrations for the 2017 season. Sign-ups will be held on Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to noon at the East Petersburg Community Building, 6051 Pine St. Early registration with discounted rates will continue through Saturday, May 6.

For registration forms and information, visit www.eastpetebulldogs.org or call Walter Roth, director, at 314-8360.

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Registrations Available March 16, 2017

The East Petersburg Bulldogs Midget football and cheerleading teams are accepting registrations for the 2017 season. Sign-ups will be held on Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to noon at the East Petersburg Community Building, 6051 Pine St. Early registration with discounted rates will continue through Saturday, May 6.

For registration forms and information, visit www.eastpetebulldogs.org or call Walter Roth, director, at 314-8360.

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Swim Team Sets Registration March 15, 2017

The New Holland Swim Team will hold registration on Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. to noon at Garden Spot Fire Rescue, 339 E. Main St., New Holland. Registrations will also be available after Saturday, April 1, at www.newhollandswimteam.com.

The swim team is open to all children in kindergarten through 12th grade who can swim the width of the New Holland pool, which is 25 meters. For more information, email newhollandswimteam@gmail.com.

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Roller Derby Team To Begin Season March 10, 2017

The Dutchland All-Stars and Blitz will take on two rosters from State College Area Roller Derby (SCAR) from State College on Saturday, March 18, to kick off Dutchland's 11th season. For the first match up of the evening, the All-Stars will take on the Happy Valley Dolls, and the Blitz will face off against Plan B for the second game of the night.

All home games are held at Overlook Activities Center, 301 Golf Drive, Lancaster. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the action starts at 6 p.m.

Separate ticket costs have been set in advance and at the door. For tickets and more information, including a full season schedule, readers may visit http://dutchlandrollers.com.

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