Announcements and Important Events
All SHS students grades 9-12 will be issued a pass for free admission. General admission prices for all others will be $2. Children under age 5 are no charge. Special passes are available throug
Senior, Lillian Feltenberger has verbally committed to play softball for Rider University next Fall 2022. Congratulations and best of luck this upcoming season. We will feature a NIL day with he
Varsity Club is selling black BLACKHAWK NATION tees. Sizes are Adult Small through 3XL. $10 each and can be purchased in school at Mr. Quigley's Office. Shirts will be available for purchase
The Field Hockey team split their PECO games today. In the opener, the girls played well but dropped a 4-2 decision to Greenwood. In the second game the girls dug deep and pulled out a 3-2 win ov
The XC team got it's season started in the Mifflin County Big Valley Invitational. The Boys picked up 3 wins and Michael Singley ran to a second place finish in the AA team race and and an overall
The boys traveled to Line Mountain and after a rough start came out strong in the second half to secure a 22-3 win. The Gibney brothers hooked up for a score, and Louis Frisenda punched in a rus
The boys soccer team posted a 15-0 win over Line Mountain. 10 different players scored a goal.
The Girls Soccer team traveled to Halifax and came away with an 11-1 victory. Samantha Weschler scored 6 goals and assisted on another, Emma Eicher scored 3 goals, and Mady Fleisher sco
The Blackhawk Nation was out in force to watch the Hawks beat the Lions 39-34. The Gibney brothers struck again and Derek Gibney had another passing score this one to frosh Blaise Swancer&n
A good win for the girls as they defeated the Biglerville Canners 6-4
Ina good back and forth up and down the field game, the girls secured a 4-2 win over Biglerville to even their record at 2-2
Michael Singley led the Blackhawks to the win with a first place finish
1-0 win moves the ladies to a program best ever 5-1 start to the season
A 3-0 win over Hanover moves the girls to a 5-2 record
The Boys traveled to Line Mountain and left with their second win this season by securing the game 5-2. The Boys are in action again Thursday at Juniata and return for a Saturday afternnon game
The ladies currently sport a record of 6-1 headed into games this week against Line Mtn, Juniata and CD East. Next week they play Millersburg, Lebanon, EJ, Cedar cliff, and East Penn
Big games this week with Greenwood and Newport. Then some out of league games on the horizon. The girl's continue to push to make District Playoofs.
Multi school runs hilight this week and next as the XC runners continue to work toward Districts.
Injuries and some tough games leave the boys record at 2-2. League play begins in earnest now as we enter the second half of the season