Many of the names have changed, but the expectations are the same.
The Solanco football team lost 27 seniors from last year's team which finished 7-5 including a district playoff win.
The Mules still envision competing for another postseason berth this fall.
"We're really young," Solanco coach Tony Cox said. "We brought five freshmen up so a lot of kids don't have experience for Friday night games, yet."
New Solanco tennis coach Bob Walrath has a couple simple goals for the season.
"I want us to get more competitive and continue to grow," Walrath said. "We have a young team. They are coachable people who want to learn. If we keep pushing ourselves in practice I'll be very content with that. They've done everything I've asked and I'm pleased with the progress."
A sign advocating good sportsmanship and a persistent son are just two of the reasons Bob Walrath is the new Solanco High School tennis coach.
An impressive resume didn't hurt.
"Shark Bait" was seaworthy.
The Tice family's boat was the big winner at SECA's first-ever Boatyard Wars race held in the SECA Pool last Thursday night.
As Director of Buildings and Grounds for the Solanco School District, Bruce Bennett is a busy man.
In addition to overseeing construction projects and maintenance of district facilities, Bennett is also responsible for preparation and upkeep of Solanco High School's athletic fields.
He trusts a vast majority of that work to a crew of four part-time employees – Ron Altoff, Jimmy Ulrich, John Bishop, and Dennis Kreider.
How sweep it is!
Quarryville captured the Quad County Optimist Baseball League in dominant fashion by blanking Smitty's Cardinals 7-0 Sunday night at Lancaster Mennonite.
You could call it "Wrestling 101".
The Rubicon Introduction to Wrestling Camp, held in the Solanco wrestling room July 23-25, is designed to teach the basics to kids entering kindergarten through sixth grade.
Solanco Elementary Wrestling program coaches served as the lead clinicians for the camp, which is free for Solanco students.
The SECA Sharks lost 107-37 to visiting Conestoga Valley Tuesday, July 16, in a swim meet halted by a storm after 16 events.
Former Solanco High tennis players Annie Hammel and Thea McCullough are assisting aspiring athletes who are following in their footsteps.
Hammel, McCullough, and Hammel's husband, Mike, are serving as instructors at Solanco Tennis Camp.
Things are going swimmingly at the SECA Pool.
The organization's annual swimming lessons remain popular and paramount.
Led by SECA Sharks swim team coaches and SECA lifeguards, lessons run from June 17-August 8.