York Suburban's Gross will swim in college for Duquesne

11/12/2015 11:01 PM EST
York Suburban High School senior swimmer Carson Gross has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete for NCAA Division I Duquesne University. 
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STROHECKER: York County swimmers put on strong showing at state meet
03/15/2015 07:57 PM EDT - March Madness is in full swing. With the NCAA tournament beginning Tuesday with first-round games, this is the time of the year when the nation comes to adore the small-school, underdog teams poised to leave their marks in history by pulling off major upsets. Full Story

York Suburban swimmers finish season strong at state AA meet
03/12/2015 11:30 PM EDT - LEWISBURG — Before his swimmers entered the pool at Bucknell University's Kinney Natatorium, York Suburban coach Craig Brennan huddled his girls' 400 freestyle relay team into a circle and had one final message for them: "Send Anna (Schmittle) out with a happy ending. Full Story

PIAA SWIMMING: Dallastown's Hill aims for butterfly medal at AAA state meet
03/12/2015 12:24 PM EDT - Dallastown swimming standout Spencer Hill doesn't have a time in mind for the state 100-yard butterfly competition, but he is thinking about a place. Full Story

York Suburban swimmer Gross wins state AA gold in 200 free
03/11/2015 10:14 PM EDT - LEWSISBURG — As Carson Gross emerged from the water of the Kinney Natatorium at Bucknell University, her face told the whole story — she was a state champion. Full Story

York Suburban girls send strong contingent into state AA swim meet
03/10/2015 07:55 PM EDT - Anna Schmittle is the "matriarch" of the York Suburban contingent which will begin competing for medals Wednesday in the PIAA Class AA girls' state swimming championships. Full Story

York-Adams swimmers hope to make waves at District 3 meet
02/26/2015 12:41 PM EST - Carson Gross won't defend her District 3-AA 50-yard freestyle title on Friday. Gross will compete in the two-day district meet at Cumberland Valley High School, just like last year, but the York Suburban junior won't swim the 50. Full Story

Sony employees' hacking suit settlement gets preliminary OK

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A federal judge has given preliminary approval to a settlement of up to $8 million between Sony Pictures Entertainment and current and former employees related to the hack of the company's computers last year. Full Story