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As a volunteer, nonprofit 501c3 organization, our purpose is to attract financial contributions to be used to provide financial support for Donegal Athletics. DAC is a private, independent organization having no legal ties with Donegal School District.

Donegal Athletic Club News

  • Q & A with Wayne Emenheiser +

    In 1998, Wayne Emenheiser returned to his high school alma mater as the ninth-grade boys basketball coach, a role he held for 11 years before transitioning in 2009 to his current position as the girls varsity softball head coach. Keep reading to meet Wayne!

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  • Q & A with Gretchen Colwell +

    Since joining Donegal, Gretchen Colwell coached both the girls’ and boys’ teams to their first Lancaster-Lebanon (L-L) League Section Three titles in Donegal school history. Today, in addition to heading the track and field leadership, Colwell is a health and physical education teacher at Donegal High School. Keep reading to meet Coach Colwell!

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  • Show your #PrideInTheTribe! +

    For less than a cup of coffee at Starbucks just once a month, you can make a lasting difference in DAC. Your membership in the Donegal Athletic Club helps invest in Donegal athletics so we can support our school district, enhance the overall student experience, and contribute to the quality of life and closeness of our community.

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  • Donegal Girls Named to LL-League Basketball All-Star Teams +

    Three members of the Donegal High School 2018-2019 girls basketball team were honored by being named to the LNP Lancaster-Lebanon (L-L) League girls basketball all-star teams. Named to the First Team was junior Kiera Baughman, while seniors Cheyenne Livelsberger and Summer Steffy were named to the Second Team.

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  • Q & A with Jeff Hartman +

    Baseball coach Jeff Hartman is in his third year leading the team at Donegal High School, but his history, and impressive resume, with both baseball and Donegal span far longer. In high school at nearby J.P. McCaskey, Hartman was voted first-team All-League shortstop, first-team All-State, and second-team All-American. He was also named the Male Athlete of the Year his senior year.

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