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2018 Spring Season and Athletic Department Awards

Click HERE for Full Athletic Awards Night Program Baseball (Pictured L to R) Christian Rush: 1st Team All-BAL – OF Nolan Bolton: 1st Team All-BAL – SS; BAL MVP; Team MVP David Keller: 1st Team All-BAL – P; Heart and Soul Award Mason Keller: Most Outstanding Pitcher Mason Fisher: 2nd Team All-BAL – 2B; Most

Track and Field Returns From Shippensburg With Best State Performances

The 53 points that the Dock boys track and field team scored would have won the AA state championship in seven of the previous 10 years.  The Pioneers’ best-ever state points production earned them the runner-up trophy behind Schuylkill Valley to cap a record state championship meet at Shippensburg University on Saturday. Austin Kratz won

Boys and Girls Track and Field Competing at State Meet

PIAA AA State Championship Friday 5/25 and Saturday 5/26 @ Shippensburg University (1871 Old Main Dr, Shippensburg, PA 17257) TICKET PRICES SERIES: Adult‐‐$14.00 Student  ‐‐$7.00 FRIDAY: Adult‐‐$6.00 Student  ‐‐$3.00 SATURDAY: Adult‐‐$8.00 Student  ‐‐$4.00 Meet Schedule Athletes Competiting Alex Martin: Discus, Shot Put Audrey Schweizerhof: Shot Put Kate Landis: Javelin Mckenzie Swartley: 800m, 1600m Elle Bergey: 400m

Girls Track and Field Bring Home Another District Title

Another district championship trophy will reside at Dock after the girls track and field team lived up to its favored role. Fresh off a one-point league win the week before, the Pioneers used their combination of top-end talent and record depth to push ahead of runner-up and defending champion St. Basil Academy for a 156½-121

District Power Rankings – Spring Sports

PIAA District 1 Power Ranking For Spring 2018 Sports BASEBALL (Select “4A-1A Ranking” Dock is AA) SOFTBALL (Select “1A-4A Ranking” Dock is AAA) BOYS VOLLEYBALL (District 11 Website, Dock is AA) TRACK AND FIELD MEET SCHEDULE Tournament Brackets BASEBALL (Select “2A”) SOFTBALL (Select “3A”) BOYS VOLLEYBALL (District 11 Website, Dock is AA) *Power Rankings updated

Girls Track & Field Take Back League Title in Exciting Fashion

The old saying every point matters held true for the Dock girls track and field team in the Bicentennial Athletic League Championships. The Pioneers rallied on Day Two of the championships to squeak out a 189-188 win over defending champion and class AAA school Lower Moreland on Thursday. After Day One, Dock trailed by 20

Dock Track and Field Return to Abington, Bring Home Success

Dock had not competed in the Abington Jack Armstrong Invitational in several years, and school records, personal bests and medals highlighted their return to the large meet as their development continued despite another cold Friday. Alex Martin dominated the boys throws as a double winner. The senior won the shot put and bettered his own

Dock T&F – Viking Invitational Results

The boys and girls track and field teams traveled to Perkiomen Valley High School to compete in the Viking Invitational. We enjoyed a break in the weather this past Saturday and had a chance to put down some fast times and new marks where we saw 28 personal records achieved, 26 district qualifying marks, 2

Girls Track Season Preview

Coach: Head Coach Tim Eger (16th Season), Throws/HJ Coach Bob Reagan (14th Season), Hurdle Coach Earl Alcott (10th Season), Distance Coach Justin Feil (3rd Season) Last year’s record: 5 W – 0 L (League) Bicentennial Athletic League Championships:  2nd place District 1 AA Championships:  2nd place Key Losses:  Irina Althouse (hurdles), Sabrina Demetrius (Captain, throws),

Weekend Wrap-Kratz Takes Down 17 Year Old State Record

When Austin Kratz crossed back into Pennsylvania on Sunday, the Dock senior returned as the state’s fastest indoor 200-meter sprinter ever. For good measure, he also moved up to No. 2 all-time in Pennsylvania in the 60 meters. Kratz won the 200 meters at the highly regarded SPIRE Scholastic Showcase in Geneva, Ohio, in 21.04