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Spring Sport Athlete Requirements

Spring sports are just around the corner! March 4, 2019 is the first official day of practice. Please see the below list to be sure you are ready to start on the first day. Student Athlete Checklist ūźĄā PIAA physical– Sections 1-6 for new athletes or first sport of the year athletes ūźĄā Section 7

Dock Athletic Department Offers – Mind of The Athlete Program

The Dock Athletic Department is happy to make these resources available to all Dock student-athletes, coaches and parents. We believe that these videos, audio tapes, and work sheets will provide valuable information and skills helpful for managing the stress of day-to-day living in both sports and life. Many have found that athletic performance  improves with

Dock Mennonite Academy ranked in PA’s 100 Best Sports Programs

By¬†Kara Seymour¬† Patch National Staff|¬†Feb 8, 2019¬† Sports are a big part of the high school experience. So which Pennsylvania high schools have the best sports programs? A new analysis by data compilers at Niche.com aims to find out. Niche’s 2019 best High School Sports¬†ranking was created after a “rigorous analysis” of key statistics that

Baseball Preview

Head Coach: Jim Smith, year 2 Assistant Coach: Danny Galluccio Last year’s record: 19-6 overall, 16-2 league, District 1 champions Notable losses: David Keller, Dylan Rush,¬† Harrison Moyer Key Returners: Nolan Bolton, Mason Keller, Mason Fisher Season Outlook: The Pioneers look to have an exciting season in 2019, with 6 returning starters on the field.

Boys Tennis Preview

Coach: Cody Powis (7th season) Last year’s record: Overall 2-9; BAL 2-4 Key returners :Ryan Kratz: Senior; Micah Souder: Senior; Aiden Smith: Senior Others to watch: Robert Cercos Gonzalez: Senior/ 1st Singles Strengths/Question Marks:  As numbers have caused issue in the past number of years, Dock should be able to sustain a full lineup and possess strong depth

Softball Preview

Coach :  Wayne Benner  14th year head coach Assistant coaches:     Kate Beck, Floyd Kratz, Aly Shilling Last year’s record : 11-5 BAL, 13-8 overall ,  district runner up Notable losses: Olivia Boyle, McKenzie Gordon, Sam DiLoreto Key returners :Theresa Beck (SR/ SS,3RD), Rachel Lopes (SR/P,INF.), Kennedi Wells(SR/OF), Kate Strickland (SR/OF) Others to watch): Jocelyn Pfleiger (SO/1ST), Kaci Alderfer (SO/C)

Boys Volleyball Preview

Coach: Trish Hoover РFour Years Assistant coaches: Kirby King, Taylor McKenney Last year’s record: League record 10-0, 17-4 overall.  League Champs, Districts Champs, State Quarter finalists.  Notable losses:Lincoln Bergey 2 time all state player, playing D1 Club Volleyball at Liberty University; 3 year Varisty Libero, Jaden Hunsberger Key returners: Sam Gingerich, Senior Outside Hitter; Connor Derstine, Senior

Girls Track & Field Preview

Coach: Head Coach Tim Eger (17th Season), Throws/HJ Coach Bob Reagan (15th Season), Hurdle Coach Earl Alcott (10th Season), Distance Coach Justin Feil (4th Season) Last year’s record: 5 W ‚Äď 0 L (League) Bicentennial Athletic League Champions District 1 AA Champions Key Losses: ¬†Lindsey Bernd (mid-distance, javelin), Molly Hand (jumps, sprints), McKenzie Swartley (mid-distance),

Boys Track & Field Preview

Coaches: Head Coach Tim Eger (17th Season), Throws/HJ Coach Bob Reagan (15th Season), Hurdle Coach Earl Alcott (10th Season), Distance Coach Justin Feil (4th Season) Last year’s record: 6 W ‚Äď 0 L (League) Bicentennial Athletic League Champions District 1 AA Champions AA State Runner-up Key Losses: Ian Anderson (Captain, mid-distance), Isaiah Denlinger (Captain, distance),

2019 Pioneers Spring Sports Schedules

Click Below For Team Schedules and Rosters Varsity Baseball JV Baseball Boys Tennis Boys Track and Field Girls Track and Field Boys Varsity Volleyball Boys JV Volleyball Softball Middle School Baseball Middle School Softball Middle School Track and Field

Erik Kratz, Milwaukee Brewers Catcher

“If I stay in [God’s] word and I stay guided by that time in His word, then He will work through me, not bless me, He will work through me.” ‚Äď Erik Kratz, Milwaukee Brewers Catcher Listen to this great video clip from the podcast!¬†ūüĎá-from¬†Sports Spectrum "If I stay in [God's] word and I stay