MIDDLETOWN BLUE RAIDERS

Weekly Athletic Department Newsletter 1.31.21

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Weekly Schedule:

Tuesday:

V Boys Basketball v. La Academia Charter Partnership (6:00pm)*


Wednesday:

V Wrestling v. Newport (6:30pm)*


Thursday:

JV/V Girls Basketball v. Northern Lebanon (6:00/7:30pm)*


Friday:

V Wrestling v. Steelton (4:00pm)*
V Wrestling: Steelton v. Upper Dauphin (5:30pm)**

V Wrestling v. Upper Dauphin (7:00pm)*


Saturday:

JV/V Boys Basketball v. Susquehanna (10:30/12:00pm)*

JV/V Girls Basketball @ Susquehanna (10:30/12:00pm)**

V Wrestling @ West York (10:00am)**


ONLINE STREAMING DETAILS


Spectator Policy Revisited Bi-Weekly (2.2.21)

^Scrimmage

^^Spectators asked to limit two per student

*Spectator Policy (Parents Only with pre-approved tickets/roster)

**No Spectators permitted

Blue Raiders Scoreboard:

SCOREBOARD

Girls Basketball:

Varsity Record (0-3)


Junior Varsity Record (1-1)


Junior High Varsity Record (4-0)

1/21 @ Central Dauphin East (W 49-4)

1/27 @ Lower Dauphin (W 43-28)

1/29 v. East Pennsboro (W 39-6)


Junior High JV Record (0-3)

1/21 @ Central Dauphin East (Canceled)

1/27 @ Lower Dauphin (L 45-29)

1/29 v. East Pennsboro (L 30-23)


Boys Basketball:

Varsity Record (6-1)

1/19 @ Steelton (W 69-56)

1/22 @ Trinity (W 53-44)

1/27 v. Bishop McDevitt (W 55-39)

1/28 @ Cedar Cliff (Canceled)

1/29 @ Susquehanna (W 69-55)


Junior Varsity Record (5-2)

1/19 @ Steelton (W 40-36)

1/22 @ Trinity (W 52-28)

1/27 v. Bishop McDevitt (L 34-32)

1/28 @ Cedar Cliff (Canceled)

1/29 @ Susquehanna (W)


Junior High Varsity Record (1-2)

1/21 v. Central Dauphin East (L 45-40)

1/27 v. Lower Dauphin (L 51-24)

1/29 @ East Pennsboro


Junior High JV Record (0-3)

1/21 v. Central Dauphin East (L 42-23)

1/27 v. Lower Dauphin (L 47-18)

1/29 @ East Pennsboro


Wrestling:

Varsity Record (2-8)

1/19 @ Camp Hill (L 66-7)

1/21 v. Bishop McDevitt (L 72-6)

1/23 @ Cedar Cliff (L 78-0)

1/23 v. Trinity @ CC (L 54-18)

1/23 v. Hamburg @ CC (L 66-12)

1/23 v. Twin Valley @ CC (L 36-30)

1/27 @ Kennard-Dale (W 30-27)

1/28 v. East Pennsboro (L 33-30)

1/30 @ Northeastern (L 42-27)


Junior High Record (1-0)

1/19 @ Camp Hill

1/27 @ Kennard-Dale

1/28 v. East Pennsboro (W 42-10)

NEWS AND HEADLINES

Wrestling Week of January 11th by Larry Etter

The Blue Raiders hosted the Indians on Thursday and easily defeated the undermanned Susquehanna Township team 60-6. The short-handed Indians were forced to forfeit 8 of the 13 weight classes in the dual meet. Caden Paul (132), Trey Kephart (152), Isaac Lupp (160), Ayden Miller (189), Sam Miller (106), Chance Sweeney (113) and double forfeits at 120 and 126 benefitted from the free passes.

After suffering its only loss at 138 early in the match the Blue Raiders recorded pins in every other matchup to win in a rout. At 145 Dominic Corradi pinned Jaedyn Hopkins-Seward to start the winning streak. Others recording pins were: Vinny Corradi over Faisel Yacouba at 172, Matt Mitchell over Rayshawn Johnson at 215, Sebastian Dash over Kylee Page at 285.

The Blue Raiders are scheduled to host Bishop McDevitt this week in a key dual.

Boys Basketball Week of January 11th by Larry Etter

The busy week started off with an overtime loss at York Suburban on Monday, but the Blue Raiders rebounded with victories over visiting Camp Hill on Friday and Columbia on early Saturday afternoon to post an early 2-1 season record.

On Monday the Raiders overcame a 14-9 deficit at the end of the first quarter to claim a 27-24 lead at the halftime break. An even 12-12 draw in the third period kept the Raiders ahead 39-36 heading into the game’s final eight minutes. But York Suburban outscored the Middletown side 15-12 in the fourth and the game went into overtime. In the extra session the host Trojans outpointed the Raiders 10-5 to claim the well-fought 61-56 win. Tymir Jackson led all scorers with a game-high 22 points and Derek Wall added 11 in the loss. York Suburban finished with three players in double figures, led by Aiden Hughley’s 18.

On Friday at home the Blue Raiders trailed visiting Camp Hill through the entire game before rallying in the final period to pull out an exiting 64-62 victory in a Mid Penn Capital Division clash. The Lions led 21-6 at the end of the first period as the Raiders got off to a rough start. The home team made just 3 of 15 shots in that opening frame, but improved on offense in the second, making 6 of 14 from the floor. The revival dug the Blue Raiders out of the big hole and made it a 4-point game by halftime. Tymir Jackson, Tate Leach, T.J. Daniels, Tony Powell and Brock Welsh teamed for 11 points in the frame to get the Raiders back in it.

But Camp Hill’s well-run offensive and defensive game plan allowed the Lions to hold their lead in the third quarter, expanding the lead to 43-28 with two minutes left in the period. Jackson’s 7 points, however, helped close the gap to six, 43-37, heading into the final frame.

But, with 6:01 left in the contest the Lions had surged to a 51-41 lead, casting a cloud over the home team’s hopes for a game-changing rally. Fortunately, the Raiders never quit and took on the task in front of them. Contesting Camp Hill shots and grabbing key rebounds in a pivotal run the Blue Raiders outscored the Lions 17-5 in a four-and-a -half minute span to take a 57-56 lead. The run started with a goal by Derek Wall off a Jackson assist and ended with a bucket by Powell following his block of a Lions’ shot. To help seal the deal, Leach drained two free throws with 59 seconds left and Jackson followed a Camp Hill miss with a goal that pushed the Middletown lead to 61-56 with 20 seconds on the clock. After Camp Hill pulled to within 62-59, Powell calmly dropped in a pair of foul shots that insured the win. Jackson ended with 23 points while Camp Hill’s Cam Ochs finished with a game high 27.

On Saturday the Blue Raiders hosted Columbia from the Lancaster-Lebanon league and led for nearly the whole game on their way to a pleasing 58-52 victory. The Raiders led 15-6 at the end of the first quarter, 30-20 at the half and 41-30 at the end of the third period against a good Columbia team. The Crimson Tide made of game of it in the fourth quarter pulling to within two points, 46-44, with 3:06 left, but the home team turned back the rally in the late going. Tajae Broadie, seeing his first action of the season, put back a rebound and made a foul shot at 2:06 to give the Raiders a 52-46 cushion, enough to absorb a pair of late threes by Columbia. Jackson, Leach, Daniels and Broadie combined for 51 points in the win. Kerry Glover led the Tide with 17 points.


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Girls Basketball the Week of January 11th by Larry Etter

With new head coach LaSonda Dixon’s rebuilding project under way the Middletown girls struggled for the start of the new season, suffering losses in all of the three games played last week. With just two seniors on the team, Dixon knows not to expect too much from her young team. The Lady Raiders opened up by hosting York Suburban on Monday, and visited Camp Hill on Friday and Columbia on Saturday. On the plus side, junior Makayla Claggett has been an offensive leader, scoring a combined 56 points in the first three games.


York Suburban got off to a good start, dominating the game in the first half on its way to a 30-13 lead at the break. The Raiders came back with a better second half, scoring a combined 20 points in a better effort. And, although the score ended up in the Lady Trojans favor, 62-33, the Middletown squad showed some fight and improvement in the second half. Claggett, Christine Miller, Peyton Attivo and Tamia Hill teamed for 13 points in the fourth quarter in the loss.


On Friday the Raiders travelled to Camp Hill and, again, got off to a slow start in the Capital Division contest. Scoring just 9 points in the first two quarters, the Lady Raiders fell behind by a 36-9 score at the break and had to fight back in the second half. But, fight they did, and the effort netted the team 33 second-half points in a spirited rally. That early deficit was just too much to overcome, however, and the Lady Lions held on for the 61-42 win. Claggett recorded a game-high 21 points in the loss. Six other players put numbers in the scorebook.


At Columbia on Saturday the Raiders were dealt another loss, with the host Tide claiming a 62-30 victory. The Lady Raiders, again struggling to put up points, posted just 9 in the first, 2 in the second and 7 in the third to fall behind their hosts 60-18. The Tide was limited to just two points in the final frame, while the Raiders collected 12 in a better finish. Columbia placed three players in double figures while Claggett led the way with 18 markers.


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Bowlers preparing for Districts

On Thursday Jan. 21 the Middletown Blue Raiders Bowling team got back on their winning ways by taking the first game of the 2 game match against Central Dauphin East by the score of 922 to 917. Games of 203 by Sarah Beaudet, 202 by Roman Cipolla and 201 by Zachary Conrad fueled the game 1 victory. A 255 game by Middletown’s Chris Williamson was not enough to overcome CD East’s victory over Middletown in game 2 by the team score of 1050 to 962.


by Coach Bower

Wrestling Week of January 17th by Larry Etter

Middletown grapplers were busy last week on the mats. Unfortunately, the Blue Raiders came up winless in a rough, five-day stretch. On Tuesday, January 19 the Raiders lost a 66-7 decision at Camp Hill. Caden Paul won a decision at 138 and Sebastian Dash claimed a major decision at 285 for Middletown’s only wins. In a home match on Thursday, the Blue Raiders lost to visiting Bishop McDevitt 72-6 with their only win coming via Matt Mitchell’s pin at 215.


The struggles continued on Saturday in a Quad Meet at Cedar Cliff. The host Colts, who ended up winning their own event, shutout the Raiders 78-0. That loss was followed by a 54-18 setback at the hands of Trinity. Hamburg, one of the top teams in District 3, turned back the Middletown squad 66-12. The Blue Raiders capped the day with a close, 36-30 loss to Twin Valley. According to team scorekeeper Earl Bright the team is young with just one senior starter in the group. Two other starters missed the Quad with minor injuries. The Raiders were scheduled to wrestle at Kennard-Dale this Wednesday, host East Pennsboro on Thursday and take on Northeastern in a road trip Saturday morning.

Boys Basketball Week of January 17th by Larry Etter

Solid, team basketball, a factor that had been missing the past two seasons, showed the way in the two victories last week for the Blue Raiders. That factor propelled the Raiders to a 4-1 overall record at the completion of their second week of action. Following a season-opening overtime loss at York Suburban the Middletown team has reeled off four straight wins, none more pleasing than the two victories at Steelton-Highspire and Trinity last week.


On Tuesday the Blue Raiders made the short trip to Steelton and walked away with a 69-56 win over the host Rollers. The Raiders were locked up in a 17-17 tie at the end of the first period and battled to a 32-27 halftime lead at historic Benkovic Gymnasium. The lead stretched to 49-38 after three quarters of play, and big 20-point output in the fourth locked up the pleasing triumph.

The Rollers, who were shorthanded by the absence of Mehki Flowers, received a big effort from Vashon Spencer who recorded a game-high 32 points in the loss. It was later reported that Flowers decided to take his multiple talents to Central Dauphin East in a surprise announcement. Spencer did what he could, but did not get much support from his teammates, who registered a combined 24 points in the defeat.


On the Middletown side, three Blue Raiders scored double figures as Tate Leach (18), Tajae Broadie (15) and Tymir Jackson (13) led the way. Five other players added points in the win. T.J. Daniels collected all of his 9 points in the deciding fourth quarter. Derek Wall, Tony Powell, Bamm Appleby and Julio Rodriguez were the other scorers.


Middletown 53, Trinity 44

Historically, Middletown wins over Trinity are extremely rare. Wins on the Shamrocks home court are rarer still. But the Blue Raiders pulled off the feat on Friday night in Camp Hill with a thrilling 53-44 triumph over the host Shamrocks. In the process the Blue Raiders spoiled Trinity’s plans of a celebration, anticipating legendary coach Larry Kostelac’s 750th career victory. And, the Blue Raiders pulled out the win in a huge reversal.


Getting off the historically slow starts at Trinity has plagued Middletown teams for years. Friday’s matchup appeared as if this game would be yet another case in point. Trinity got off to a great start and jumped all over their guests 13-0 before the Raiders regrouped and started its amazing comeback. With the Shamrocks plagued by a lot of fouls the Raiders rallied. A 14-2 run in the second half of the opening period pulled the Raiders to within just one point, 15-14, to start the second stanza.


And, with the Shamrocks wilting under the defensive pressure from the Middletown five, and Middletown coach Chris Bradford pushing the right buttons, the Raiders outscored the Shamrocks 12-8 on their way to a 26-23 halftime lead. The big question at that point was whether the Blue Raiders could keep up the rush. Kostelac has won a ton of games during his career and everyone anticipated adjustments. With 5:01 left in the third the Raiders led 32-27but the Shamrocks kept pecking away. A three-pointer by Talik Wall with 40 seconds left cut the lead to two and a triple by Josh Walker with 10 seconds left tied the game at 35-35 heading into the final frame.


After Trinity opened up the fourth with the go-ahead bucket Derek Wall, Tymir Jackson and T.J. Daniels ran off 6 straight points to push the Middletown squad back in front, 41-37. After the Shamrocks broke the string at 4:43, another 7-0 run from Jackson, Tony Powell and Tajae Broadie gave the Raiders some breathing room at 48-39 with under two minutes to play. The hosts tried to close the gap in the late going, but shots simply would not go. Forced to foul the Shamrocks watched as junior guard Tate Leach made four straight free throws in the final seconds to ice the victory.


The Middletown junior varsity team also won both of their games against Steel-High and Trinity to add to the successful week.

Middletown rallies in fourth, trips Trinity behind Tymir Jackson’s 19 points


By Eric F. Epler


Not long ago, an initial surge like Trinity heaped on Middletown Friday night might have caused the Blue Raiders to stray far from their game plan and just head for the bus.

Coach Chris Bradford isn’t bringing that kind of basketball team to the floor these days.

Tymir Jackson scored 19 points and point guard Tate Leach added 11 points and some clutch free throws down the stretch, hoisting visiting Middletown to a wild 53-44 triumph over the Shamrocks.


Trinity, headlined by two T.J. Lawson 3-pointers, posted the game’s first 13 points but only led 15-14 after one period. It was a combination of foul trouble and foul shooting that helped wipe out Trinity’s lead by intermission.


On the other end, Middletown (4-1) embarked on a 20-2 run at one point, then used a 13-4 rally to start the fourth to win going away.


The Blue Raiders, in the bonus late in the opening period, were far from brilliant from the line, connecting on 24 of 42 attempts.


The Shamrocks (1-2) were far worse, hitting 7 of 23 in dropping their second chance to snare head coach Larry Kostelac’s 750th overall win.


Forwards Tony Powell and Tajae Broadie landed 6 points apiece for Middletown.


Jackson’s penetration was particularly effective against the Shamrocks defense. The guard followed a Derek Wall take down the lane with a stickback at 5:40 left, which began Middletown’s 13-4 run that sealed it.


The surge included Powell’s offensive board, and eventual three-point play, and Broadie’s follow at the 1:45 mark. The Rocks, finally drawing even on Josh Walker’s triple at the end of the third, had just made it 37-all via Talik Wall’s putback.


Leach hit 7 of 9 from the free-throw line, including four straight in the final 23 seconds.


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District 3 wrestling box scores: Camp Hill, Middletown, Lower Dauphin among Wednesday night winners

Middletown 30, Kennard-Dale 27


113: Chance Sweeny (MAH) over (KDH) (For.) 120: Double Forfeit 126: Double Forfeit 132: Rhakye Wise (MAH) over (KDH) (For.) 138: Sam Pistoria (KDH) over Caden Paul (MAH) (Fall 1:23) 145: Oliver Fromm (KDH) over Dominic Corradi (MAH) (Fall 0:53) 152: Double Forfeit 160: Gabe Rader (KDH) over (MAH) (For.) 172: Avery Cummings (KDH) over Vincent Corradi (MAH) (Fall 3:20) 189: Ayden Miller (MAH) over (KDH) (For.) 215: Bronson Leach (KDH) over Matthew Mitchell (MAH) (Dec 11-5) 285: Sebastian Dash (MAH) over Stephen Hawkins (KDH) (Fall 0:44) 106: Sam Miller (MAH) over (KDH) (For.)

ABC27 News

by Damon Turbitt


HIGHLIGHTS: The first time I've seen a game stopped because kids weren't wearing their masks right. After that, Middletown took down Susquehanna Twp!

Middletown defensive end Tajae Broadie adds another college offer


By Eric F. Epler


Middletown junior defensive end Tajae Broadie has continued to pick up steam with his college recruitment.


On Wednesday, the three-star recruit, according to 247Sports.com, said Coastal Carolina has extended an offer, which extends Broadie’s offer sheet to more than a dozen.

The Chanticleers are fresh off the young program’s best season, which included an undefeated regular season, Sun Bult Conference title and the school’s first FBS postseason bowl game.

District 3 wrestling box scores: CD tops Chambersburg, CV bounces back, East Pennsboro knocks off Middletown

East Pennsboro 33, Middletown 30


152: Malachi Harvey (EPH) over (MAH) (For.) 160: Double Forfeit 172: Vincent Corradi (MAH) over (EPH) (For.) 189: Ayden Miller (MAH) over Evan Furlong (EPH) (Fall 2:25) 215: Matthew Mitchell (MAH) over (EPH) (For.) 285: Derek Sipe (EPH) over Sebastian Dash (MAH) (Dec 4-3) 106: Sam Miller (MAH) over (EPH) (For.) 113: Chance Sweeny (MAH) over (EPH) (For.) 120: Breckin Swope (EPH) over (MAH) (For.) 126: Double Forfeit 132: Paul Sanderson (EPH) over Rhakye Wise (MAH) (Fall 1:45) 138: Colby Stillions (EPH) over Dominic Corradi (MAH) (Fall 1:38) 145: Logan Kramer (EPH) over (MAH) (For.)

Camp Hill wrestling racks up 8 pins to storm past young Middletown team ‘paying its dues’

Middletown wrestling coach Daniel Riggs knows nights like Tuesday are important parts of his young team’s journey, no matter how hard they might be to stomach in the moment. Riggs brought a team full of freshmen and sophomores into the gym of a Camp Hill team with talent and experience, and the end result was to be expected.


The Lions racked up eight pins and three forfeits in a 66-7 win over the young Blue Raiders, who were wrestling just their second match of the season. There were lessons to be learned for a team trying to find its way, but many of them could only be discovered by looking up at the lights.


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INFORMATIONAL LINKS

Middletown Teammates of the Week

Week of January 24, 2021


Landon Keyser, JH Boys Basketball, 8th – Excellence
“Landon was leading scorer in our first game of the season against CD. He played a tough game, and showed leadership skills during the game as captain that game, and starting point guard. He will continue with RAIDER pride throughout the season.” ~ Coach Vaughn


Each week, Student-Athletes, Coaches and Faculty can nominate someone they feel is a great teammate for the past week.


The week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday at midnight. The list will be collected Monday of the next week and published to all the coaches and faculty members at Middletown area High School each Tuesday.


What makes a good teammate? Multiple reasons!


Here is a great quote by Kobe Bryant that can help sum it up:
"I'll do whatever it takes to win games, whether it's sitting on a bench waving a towel, handing a cup of water to a teammate, or hitting the game-winning shot."

The Blue Raiders instill the following leadership qualities P,R,I,D,E. When nominating a fellow Blue Raider, please list one of these qualities in your description.

P-erseverance, R-espect, I-ntegrity, D-iscipline, E-xcellence


CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A TEAMMATES NAME

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Blue Raiders Championships and Awards


Middletown Blue Raiders

Championships and Awards


The lists provided have been researched through the PIAA, District III and Mid-Penn Conference websites.


If you know of any missing accolades or have any corrections, please complete our form to be sent to our Director of Athletics, Mr. Richard Reed.

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Sports Seasons

Fall Sports:

Boys & Girls Cross Country (Junior High / Varsity) AA
Cheerleading (Junior High / JV / Varsity)

Field Hockey (Junior High / JV) AA
Football (Freshman / JV / Varsity) AAA

Golf (Varsity) AA
Boys Soccer (JV / Varsity) AA

Girls Soccer (JV / Varsity) AA
Girls Tennis (Varsity) AA
Girls Volleyball (JV / Varsity) AAA


Winter Sports:

Boys Basketball (Junior High / JV / Varsity) AAAA

Girls Basketball (Junior High / JV / Varsity ) AAAA
Bowling*
Cheerleading (JV / Varsity)

Wrestling (Freshman / Varsity) AA


Spring Sports:

Baseball (JV / Varsity) AAAA

Boys Lacrosse** (Varsity)

Boys Soccer (Junior High)

Girls Soccer (Junior High)

Softball (JV / Varsity) AAAA

Boys Tennis (Varsity) AA

Boys Track & Field (Junior High / Varsity) AAA

Girls Track & Field (Junior High / Varsity) AAA


*Club

**Co-Op with Bishop McDevitt

Booster Club Information

More Information Coming Soon!

Middletown Athletic Hall of Fame

The committee of the newly formed Middletown Athletic Hall of Fame has selected the inaugural class of inductees.

Congratulations to the following MAHS alumnae who have been inducted in the Class of 2020 Middletown Hall of Fame!


Earl Brown '74

Tony Colston '64

Dave Grabuloff '93

Ben Olsen '95

Missy Stewart '86

Dave Twardzik '68

Paula Wilkins '90

Coach Ed Brunner

Coach Dennis Iezzi

Coach John Rowan

1968 Boys Basketball Team


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