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Happy Homecoming: Blue Raiders run wild over winless Trinity, 42-0

The sky cleared, football fans got a whiff of real football weather and the Blue Raiders treated the large home crowd to a 42-0 shutout victory over visiting Trinity High School on Saturday in the …

Blue Raider boys soccer avenges loss to Susquehanna Township

By Mitch Spear Special to the Press & Journal The Middletown Blue Raiders boys soccer team blanked the Susquehanna Township Indians, 2-0, on Oct. 9 but lost 3-1 to Trinity on Monday to move …

Middletown volleyball wins pair in push for playoffs

The Middletown volleyball team won two matches and lost one in the last week to stand at 7-8 on the season, fighting it out for the last playoff spot in PIAA District III Class 2A. The Blue …

Middletown field hockey winless on season

The Blue Raiders field hockey team is 0-15-1 after three losses in the last week. The game Friday against East Pennsboro was a 7-0 loss, with 10 saves by Natasha Manfred. The Blue Raiders lost …

Seven Sorrows youth football gets 3 big wins

The Seven Sorrows Eagles traveled to Gettysburg for three big games against the Warriors on Saturday in CFA Youth Football League play. All three Eagles teams had a chance to clinch division …

Middletown field hockey loses pair of games

The Middletown field hockey team fell twice in the last week to stand at 0-12-1 on the season. The team lost at home to Bishop McDevitt on Oct. 2, 7-0. “We performed slightly better than …

Blue Raiders volleyball loses four matches

The Blue Raiders volleyball team had a rough week, losing four matches to fall to 5-7 on the season. Middletown lost in four games at Milton Hershey on Oct. 2, 25-23, 21-25, 25-21, and …

Blue Raiders boys soccer team battles hard, but drops two of three

By Mitch Spear Special to the Press & Journal The Middletown Blue Raiders soccer showed many signs of improved play in the last week, but still found it difficult to get wins. They went …

Blue Raiders outlast Milton Hershey in tough Capital Division clash

We’ve all heard the old saying that goes, “It’s not how you start, but how you finish.” In a rare Thursday night game, the Middletown Blue Raiders were good at the start …

Points bubble over in Raider win; Boiling Springs keeps it close early, but MAHS pulls away

It was probably fitting that the big home crowd was treated to a surprise flyover by a military jet early in the first quarter on Friday night at War Memorial Field. The Blue Raiders got off to a …