By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
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EMIGSVILLE — Even with a size advantage and significant experience playing against larger schools, York Catholic girls’ volleyball coach Phil Autrey knew that his club would be in for a battle on Thursday night in a District 3-A semifinal contest against Mount Calvary Christian.

The Chargers, who hail from the Commonwealth Christian Athletic Conference, displayed a knack for keeping rallies alive all night at Central York High School. While they didn’t sport a deadly attacker who could terminate the ball with ease, they were able to move the Irish defense around.

More often than not, the result was an Irish miscue. Those errors added up throughout the night and, despite York Catholic’s best efforts, Autrey’s club just couldn’t overcome them, falling 25-23, 25-17, 24-26, 25-16.

The Chargers (20-0) advanced to Saturday’s district final opposite Lititz Christian, which downed Millersburg 3-2 in the other semifinal.

“We knew that they were going to be a very solid team,” Autrey said. “When you have an excellent setter and an excellent defense, they make you earn every point. We’re not a quick team and we’re not a scrappy team, so we needed to put the ball away and tonight we just did not do that. But they (the Crusaders) earned that win.”

Early deficits have plagued York Catholic (10-6) all season and the Irish again hurt themselves from the get-go in Game 1. The Chargers stormed out to a 20-10 lead on the back of several Irish hitting errors and miscues from the service line.

As 5-foot-9 outside hitter Meredith Beecher (seven kills, four digs, one ace) started to warm up, however, the Irish woke up. Beecher led her team to within a point at 24-23 in Game 1, but a communication snafu after a Beecher bump allowed the ball to hit the ground on the Irish side to give MCC a 1-0 lead.

“It just wasn’t our night,” Autrey said. “On another day, the result maybe could be different. But our serving has been a strong point throughout the year and that sort of went south early on and that set the tone. But we came back, but it was too late.”

Mount Calvary used a 4-0 run early in Game 2 to take command and never let the Irish get close. In Game 3, however, York Catholic seemingly turned things around, taking the lead early and surviving a late rally by MCC to claim a 26-24 triumph.

Momentum in volleyball is fleeting at times, and the Irish were unable to keep it going into Game 4. The Chargers stormed out to a 6-0 lead and never looked back to complete the victory.

“All around … we had trouble hitting, we had trouble passing and we just weren’t communicating like the team that I know,” Autrey said. “And they took advantage.”

Despite the season-ending setback, Autrey was proud of his club, which finished 4-12 a season ago. He’s hoping the program, which will lose five seniors including Beecher, is headed back on the upswing after appearing in a district semifinal for the first time since 2007.

“Our goal this year was to get people at the school to realize that there was a volleyball team at York Catholic,” he said. “And it’s hard, especially when you’re in a division with Delone. For me, this was a great learning experience and I hope this sets the tone for the younger kids to be able to say, ‘hey, now that we’ve been here, we know what it takes and let’s keep this tradition going.'”

Maggie Allen, a 5-foot-10 middle hitter, also finished with seven kills and four blocks for the Irish, while setter Natalie Stewart dished out 27 assists to go with 21 digs.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

By GEORGE HAMMOND
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Eastern York coach Jen Reichard knew her team would have to bring its “A” game if the Golden Knights wanted to have any chance of upsetting Delone Catholic in the District 3-AA girls’ volleyball semifinals.

But even an “A+” game might not have been enough. The Squirettes showed why they’re the defending PIAA AA state champions with a convincing 3-0 triumph Thursday night at Dallastown. The game scores were, 25-13, 25-13, 25-16.

Delone is the only York-Adams League team still remaining in the girls’ volleyball postseason.

“Obviously, they’re a phenomenal team,” Reichard said. “Every position is tough and he (Delone coach Jason Leppo) has a really class team. Unfortunately for us, when things got a little tight, we got scared, and during the season we don’t play teams that are as solid as they are, so we didn’t know how to respond.

“I just wanted us to go out and play the best we possibly could, that’s all we could do. We were the underdog trying to take down the big Goliath, and unfortunately, it wasn’t our night.”

The victory puts the Squirettes in the District 3-AA final at 5 p.m. Saturday against Berks Catholic, a 3-1 winner over Brandywine Heights in the other semifinal. The two teams met last year in the District 3 semifinals, with the Squirettes prevailing, 25-16, 25-11, 25-20. Earlier this season, however, Berks Catholic downed Delone, 3-2.

In the latest Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association Class AA poll, Berks Catholic was ranked No. 1 and Delone was No. 2.

“I expect it to be, hopefully, a great match,” Leppo said. “They are big, they are physical and they’re really, really good, so we’re going to have to come out and play well to have a chance, but we’re happy for the opportunity.”

No matter what happens on Saturday, however, both Delone and Berks Catholic will advance to the state playoffs.

If there was any concern about what kind of emotional shape Delone would be in entering Thursday’s contest after its thrilling five-game victory over Susquehannock on Tuesday, those fears were quickly erased. Senior Maddie Comley, who finished with two aces, 11 kills and nine digs, helped the Squirettes jump out to a 5-2 advantage that eventually increased to 15-7.

“We were definitely tired because that game (Susquehannock) was emotionally exhausting,” Comley said. “We knew we had to stay mentally calm and focus on what we were doing and start strong.”

Delone maintained an eight- to nine-point cushion the rest of the way en route to the Game 1 victory.

In the second game, Katie Laughman put the Squirettes in the driver’s seat early when she served six consecutive winning points to give Delone a 7-0 advantage. Laughman finished with 34 assists, five digs, two kills and two aces.

“We have her serve so she can start us off strong,” Comley said. “That’s what we expect from her and she does a really good job with that.”

Eastern managed to cut the deficit to 12-7, but that was as close as the Golden Knights would come in the second game.

In the final game, the Golden Knights’ Lauren Reichard helped Eastern jump out to a 10-4 edge. Reichard, who had 13 kills, six blocks and five digs, definitely got the Squirettes’ attention.

“She’s an outstanding player,” Leppo said. “Lauren is one of the best players to come out of York County in the last 10 years, She is a phenomenal player.”

But slowly, the Squirettes cut into Eastern’s advantage and took the lead for good at 14-13. From there, Delone outscored the Golden Knights 11-3.

— Reach George Hammond at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

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It hasn’t taken long for Sierra Moore to make an impact on her teammates and coaches on the Penn State University women’s basketball team.

The Delone Catholic High School graduate was named one of three captains for the Lady Lions on Wednesday.

What makes that unusual is that Moore has yet to play in an actual game for the Lions.

The former McDonald’s All-American started her career at Duke, where she played sparingly during her freshman season, averaging 2.5 points. Moore decided to transfer after that first season with the Blue Devils and opted to return to Pennsylvania and play for the Lions. Under NCAA transfer rules, however, she had to sit out last season. She will return to game action this coming season at PSU.

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Joining Moore as captains at PSU will be Tori Waldner and Lindsey Spann.

“Tori, Sierra and Lindsey have worked together to provide strong leadership for this time,” PSU coach Coquese Washington said. “They are hard workers, compassionate teammates and good communicators. They will provide the type of example and direction necessary for this team to perform at its best. They have learned from past team leaders and are ready for their turn at the helm this year.”

Waldner, the only senior on the roster, is the lone returning starter. She averaged 4.8 points and 5.6 rebounds per game last season.

Spann is a redshirt freshman who missed last year with a torn ACL. She averaged 15.9 points and 5.3 assists per game as a senior at Good Counsel.

Penn State faces Indiana (Pa.) in an exhibition game at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Bryce Jordan Center.

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The brother-sister golfing duo of Joe Parrini and Lauren Parrini have received some national attention in the most recent issue of Sports Illustrated.

The siblings are featured in the Nov. 3 issue in the Faces in the Crowd section. The issue is also scheduled to be published online on Nov. 3 at: http://www.si.com/faces.

Freshman Joe Parrini recently won the District 3-AA Boys’ Golf Championship, while senior Lauren Parrini won the District 3-AA Girls’ Golf Championship on the same day at Briarwood East Golf Course.

The pair also helped the Irish team to the York-Adams League and District 3-AA team titles and a third-place finish in the PIAA Class AA State Team Championship.

Individually, Joe Parrini finished tied for sixth in the state AA boys’ field, while Lauren Parrini finished tied for 13th in the AA girls’ state bracket.

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The York-Adams League will not have a District 3 soccer champion in 2014.

The league’s last hope, Gettysburg, dropped a 2-1 decision to Fleetwood on Thursday night in the Class AA championship match.

The contest was played at Hersheypark Stadium.

The third-seeded Warriors got off to a fast start when standout Adam Yingling scored a first-half goal off an assist from Jonah Waldkoenig at the 11:15 mark.

Fleetwood, however, tied it up less than four minutes later on a goal by Matt Schlegel, off an assist by Mitch Kinek.

Fleetwood, the No. 5 seed, got the winning goal at the 61:06 mark of the second half on a score by Hunter Zagorski. Tyler Rapposelli got the assist.

Gettysburg fell to 17-4, while Fleetwood improved to 15-5-1. Both teams will advance to the PIAA state playoffs, with the opponents and sites to be determined. Gettysburg will face the District 12 champion in the opening round on Tuesday. District 12 covers the City of Philadelphia.

Fleetwood had 5-3 edge in shots, while Gettysburg owned a 2-1 advantage in corners.

By DICK VANO’LINDA
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Bryce Ohl (1041) and Peter Wagner (1039) from York Suburban High School run in the District 3-AA Boys’ Cross Country Championship in Hershey. The

Bryce Ohl (1041) and Peter Wagner (1039) from York Suburban High School run in the District 3-AA Boys’ Cross Country Championship in Hershey. The Trojans will attempt to win a state title this Saturday. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO FILE PHOTO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

Five years ago, on the first Saturday in November, five seniors from York Suburban completed an historic run in Hershey.

Nick Schrading, Matthew Barton, Jacob Jones, Jeremy Saur and Kyle Cote delivered the school’s first state cross country championship.

Schrading, Barton, Jones, Saur and Cote scored 76 points to win the Boys’ Class AA team crown.

Michael Johnescu and Brian Sanchez also ran for the Trojans that day on the demanding Parkview course.

Fast forward to the first Saturday in November of 2014, and another group of Suburban runners will be out on the 3.1-mile Parkview layout attempting to match the feat of the 2009 team.

This group of Trojans, like the 2009 runners, will enter the state meet after having won the District 3 crown.

“To win the state title would mean the world to me,” Suburban senior Brady Wilt said before he and his teammates took off on a training run late Wednesday afternoon. “In my three years at Biglerville (Wilt transferred to Suburban this year), it was mainly an individual thing. To come here and be part of a team like this, it would be a huge blessing for me and the team to bring the state championship home to York Suburban.”

Wilt, Donovan Mears, Bryce Ohl, Adam Barley, Peter Wagner, Zach Lofties, Quentin Schorr and Josh Kerr will represent the Trojans on Saturday.

“In 2009, that team was more of a thinking team, while the 2014 team is more carefree” said Suburban head boys’ coach Ron Herman, who’s in his 27th season.

Both teams put up impressive numbers at their respective district meets. The 2009 team recorded a school-record score of 37 points, and this year’s team finished with 41 points. The time spread between the first five Trojans to cross the line at districts in 2009 was 35 seconds, and this year, it was 40 seconds.

“If you follow times, it would suggest that it’s going to be between us and Scranton Prep on Saturday,” Herman said. “But I never count out Grove City or Pottsgrove. Scranton Prep has five seniors, so they all know the course.”

Parkview, a former golf course, is also used for the District 3 Meet. The district and state layouts are identical with one major exception: a make-or-break uphill portion in the final part of the state race.

“I try to get out (at the start), but not too fast,” Wilt said. “My head is definitely focused on the team aspect. The state course is a lot more beneficial to us, throwing that last hill in there is where we get a lot of our competitors. We put it in high gear.”

Along with family and friends, the Trojans will have the backing of members of the 2009 team when they go for the gold.

“Most of them are going to be there on Saturday,” Herman said. “They’re behind this team 100 percent.”

Girls’ meet: The Suburban rooting contingent will also be 100 percent behind the Trojans’ girls’ team, which earned a place in states by winning the District 3-AA crown.

Cecilia Lantz, Emma Leik, Lena Strong, Brooke Ruth and Zette Pflum were the Suburban scorers at districts. Danielle Cardone, Sarah Cardone and Olivia Gettle are also entered in states.

Gettle, the 2013 York-Adams All-League Run winner and the team’s leading runner during the 2014 regular season, has been battling injuries (tendinitis, back) recently. She didn’t run in either the York-Adams or District 3 meets.

Will Gettle run at states?

“Olivia is day to day,” Suburban girls’ coach Dan VanHouwe said. “If the state run was (Wednesday), she would not run. If the run was (Thursday), she would not run. Saturday, we’ll see.”

The Trojans are aiming to finish among the top five teams.

“If we run the way we ran on Wednesday, we can do it, even without Olivia,” VanHouwe said. “That would be a huge success for the year.”

Asked which girls’ teams he expects to be among the leading ones at states, VanHouwe said: Villa Maria (District 10), Northwest Lehigh, Scranton Prep, Dallas and Danville.

If the Suburban girls’ team finishes in the top three, VanHouwe will have a different look next week: pink hair.

“If the boys win it, they’ll shave it (the hair) after two weeks,” he said.”

Kennard-Dale will also compete in the Girls’ AA meet. The Rams placed third in the district meet. The Delone Catholic girls’ team will go after the Class A state title after capturing the district championship.

State qualifiers: Following are the York-Adams runners who qualified for the state meet:

Girls’ Class A: Kate Mowrey, Delone Catholic. Leanne Sneeringer, Delone Catholic. Alyssa Alberghini, Delone Catholic. Abbey Sweeney, Delone Catholic. Lydia Dickmyer, Delone Catholic. Megan Mall, Delone Catholic. Jenna Salter, Delone Catholic. Katelyn MacDougall, York Catholic.

Girls’ Class AA: Cecliia Lantz, York Suburban. Emma Leik, York Suburban. Lena Strong, York Suburban. Brooke Ruth, York Suburban. Zette Pflum, York Suburban. Danielle Cardone, York Suburban. Sarah Cardone, York Suburban. Olivia Gettle, York Suburban. Kayla White, Kennard-Dale. Caitlin Salomon, Kennard-Dale. Maddie Ferner, Kennard-Dale. Ashley Moffit, Kennard-Dale. Jessica Ollis, Kennard-Dale. Emily Livezey, Kennard-Dale. Alyvia Simonds, Kennard-Dale. Lizzie Graham, Kennard-Dale. Maddie McLain, Eastern. Madison Nalls, Eastern. Bethany Weaver, West York.

Boys’ Class A: Will Greene, Delone Catholic.

Boys’ Class AA: Brady Wilt, York Suburban. Donovan Mears, York Suburban. Bryce Ohl, York Suburban. Adam Barley, York Suburban. Peter Wagner, York Suburban. Zach Lofties, York Suburban. Quentin Schorr, York Suburban. Josh Kerr, York Suburban. Tyler White, Eastern. Dan Filler, Gettysburg. Theo Kioussis, Kennard-Dale.

Boys’ Class AAA: Aaron Gebhart, New Oxford. Ben Linne, Northeastern. Ben Schott, South Western.

Girls’ tennis: Cross country isn’t the only sport in which state champions will be crowned this weekend in Hershey.

Evan Boone and Alyssa Miller of Kennard-Dale are entered in the Class AA Doubles portion of the State Girls’ Singles and Doubles Tennis Championships. The event is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Hershey Racquet Club.

Boone and Miller, the District 3 runner-up team, will take on Emilia Jakubek and Tatiana Klacko of Scranton Prep in the opening round at 1:30 p.m. on Friday. Jakubek and Klacko are the District 2 champions.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

Individual Rushing
Team Name RUSH YDS AVG
BS Colton Dull 153 1201 7.8
YC Hakeem Kinard 155 1098 7.1
BS Briton Shelton 145 1051 7.2
Dal Addison Quinones 123 1036 8.4
WY Ross Campbell 110 1015 9.2
EY David Livelsberger 117 886 7.6
SG Shay Feulmer 140 858 6.1
DC Jake Kadis 111 776 7.0
CY Terrance Carter 107 749 7.0
EY Lucas Barshinger 81 726 9.0
Get Lane Sherman 88 672 7.6
DC Alex Little 145 652 4.5
YH Bryshon Sweeney 118 628 5.3
RL Antwan Jackson 143 627 4.4
Ne Chris Whack 101 614 6.1
Dov Durran Ledbetter 109 590 5.4
SW Robby Harbison 137 583 4.3
NO Hunter Ringrose 114 581 5.1
YH James Way 125 576 4.6
Lit Lucas Reynolds 135 555 4.1
Dov Tyrel Jones 40 522 13.1
Lit Zach Brown 109 511 4.7
Big Scott Cooper 91 503 5.5
Ne Kody Reeser 108 500 4.6
Han Jordan Laughman 97 495 5.1
WY Cadence Thomas 63 495 7.9
CY Pearson Hinkle 68 467 6.9
YS Liam McWilliams 98 436 4.4
Dov John Sterner 67 428 6.4
YT Jibri Bones 92 425 4.6
EY Jake Kessler 55 409 7.4
YS Dajour Henderson 49 392 8.0
DC Tavian Dorsey 55 383 7.0
YT Damarius Wiggins 71 353 5.0
Dal Sharod Wilson 54 346 6.4
WY Garrett Stauffer 58 341 5.9
EY Keegan Corwell 45 335 7.4
SW Andrew Hartlaub 64 331 5.2
Get Wade Laudeman 48 324 6.8
Big Samuel Laird 71 323 4.5
SG Zack Stauffer 67 302 4.5
Dov Kenyon Hoopes 63 301 4.8
YC Gregory Bennett 52 300 5.8
F Matt Petrie 73 298 4.1
SG Nick Erickson 81 290 3.6
WY Noah Bowers 59 290 4.9
Big Colton Sentz 47 283 6.0
F Mason Flickinger 99 283 2.9
Dal Cade Gold 68 275 4.0
Get Elijah Jackson 26 268 10.3
Dov Joey Zutell 65 266 4.1
NO Daulton Snyder 61 262 4.3
RL Kenny Holloway 86 260 3.0
YT Nashid Bones 62 253 4.1
YH Zack Ingram 48 252 5.3
Big Tim Weaver 48 248 5.2
Get Tyler Lampe 52 240 4.6
YC Jack Burnside 34 239 7.0
KD Josh Eaton 74 221 3.0
RL Alex Keough 35 221 6.3
Ne Fred Mulbah 20 220 11.0
Sus Collin Riley 63 213 3.4
Big Dayne Showers 34 202 5.9
Dal Dez Jones 42 201 4.8

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Individual Passing
Team Name COMP ATT INT TD YDS
Han Kyle Krout 124 249 9 9 1633
YS Thomas Merkle 103 169 8 10 1461
YC Hakeem Kinard 96 189 9 14 1452
WY Ross Campbell 64 122 4 13 1415
SW Brock Geiman 79 156 9 12 1377
YH James Way 79 154 8 9 1254
Get Jake Myers 42 88 4 11 970
CY Nik Strine 55 109 6 8 952
Sus Josh Stoneberg 83 182 9 5 898
Dal Cade Gold 62 127 5 5 863
F Mason Flickinger 63 156 7 12 854
Ne Blake Einsig 39 71 4 9 797
RL Dalton Grove 71 138 7 10 758
DC Brian Shermeyer 43 85 6 8 753
Big Ben Hurda 48 102 3 6 683
BS Ryan Markle 32 71 7 7 677
Lit Cody Boyd 39 80 10 6 588
SG Nick Erickson 28 65 7 4 422
KD Daniel Brewer 50 110 3 4 419
CY Shannon Valenti 38 84 6 1 415
EY Conrad Rhein 18 48 5 3 413
NO Corban Czap 35 84 7 5 382
Dov Kenyon Hoopes 20 59 5 3 325
Lit Jarrett Brittain 18 45 7 0 242

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Individual Receiving – Receptions
Team Name REC YDS AVG
Han Dylan Krieger 70 1125 16.1
YS Collin Mailman 40 870 21.8
WY Diego Torres 30 764 25.5
Sus Nick Tannura 29 341 11.8
Lit Lucas Reynolds 27 426 15.8
YC Qua’Shawn Grooms 27 516 19.1
YS Jimmy Daglaris 26 277 10.7
CY Jeremiah Dadeboe 25 347 13.9
SG Anthony Beddia 24 305 12.7
CY Terrance Carter 23 404 17.6
F Antijuan Washington 23 356 15.5
Ne Jordan Zirkle 23 296 12.9
SW Noah Staub 23 340 14.8
SG Logan Hall 22 364 16.5
YH Sae’Quan Whitaker 21 401 19.1
NO Daulton Snyder 19 208 10.9
YH Danny Acevedo 19 276 14.5
Dal Jake Jansen 18 214 11.9
KD Austin Jenkins 18 140 7.8
SW Andrew Hartlaub 18 502 27.9
YC Luke Brennan 18 257 14.3
YH Bryshon Sweeney 18 241 13.4
KD Kyle Woolridge 17 224 13.2
Lit Dylan Brittain 17 292 17.2
RL Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie 17 217 12.8
Sus Dorian Faster 17 264 15.5
YC Joseph Bauhof 17 264 15.5
Han Nick Seymour 16 168 10.5
YC Daniel Yokemick 16 200 12.5
SW Miles Francis 15 199 13.3
Big Scott Cooper 14 297 21.2
DC Brandon Zumbrum 14 169 12.1
Han Colten Ehrhart 14 136 9.7
YS Teague Hoffman 14 97 6.9
F Alex Irvin 13 235 18.1
Han Resean Williams 13 113 8.7
Ne David Ankney 13 336 25.8
YH Nate Delmotte 13 205 15.8
YS Brad Smith 13 125 9.6
CY Pearson Hinkle 12 133 11.1
Dal Owen Ritter 11 245 22.3
Dal John Middleton 11 129 11.7
Get Jordan Turner 11 203 18.5
Get Tyler Lampe 11 189 17.2
Sus Tyler Buckley 11 76 6.9
Lit Lane Nye 10 88 8.8
RL Christian Castle 10 72 7.2
Sus Dervon Mayberry 10 83 8.3
WY Cash Gladfelter 10 217 21.7
YC Scott Bartkowiak 10 158 15.8

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Individual Receiving – Yards
Team Name REC YDS AVG
Han Dylan Krieger 70 1125 16.1
YS Collin Mailman 40 870 21.8
WY Diego Torres 30 764 25.5
YC Qua’Shawn Grooms 27 516 19.1
SW Andrew Hartlaub 18 502 27.9
Lit Lucas Reynolds 27 426 15.8
CY Terrance Carter 23 404 17.6
YH Sae’Quan Whitaker 21 401 19.1
SG Logan Hall 22 364 16.5
F Antijuan Washington 23 356 15.5
Get Kobe Wansel 9 356 39.6
CY Jeremiah Dadeboe 25 347 13.9
Sus Nick Tannura 29 341 11.8
SW Noah Staub 23 340 14.8
Ne David Ankney 13 336 25.8
SG Anthony Beddia 24 305 12.7
Big Scott Cooper 14 297 21.2
Ne Jordan Zirkle 23 296 12.9
Lit Dylan Brittain 17 292 17.2
YS Jimmy Daglaris 26 277 10.7
YH Danny Acevedo 19 276 14.5
Sus Dorian Faster 17 264 15.5
YC Joseph Bauhof 17 264 15.5
YC Luke Brennan 18 257 14.3
Dal Owen Ritter 11 245 22.3
YH Bryshon Sweeney 18 241 13.4
DC Justin Gobrecht 9 236 26.2
F Alex Irvin 13 235 18.1
KD Kyle Woolridge 17 224 13.2
RL Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie 17 217 12.8
WY Cash Gladfelter 10 217 21.7
Dal Jake Jansen 18 214 11.9
NO Daulton Snyder 19 208 10.9
YH Nate Delmotte 13 205 15.8
Get Jordan Turner 11 203 18.5
YC Daniel Yokemick 16 200 12.5
SW Miles Francis 15 199 13.3
Get Tyler Lampe 11 189 17.2
SG Shay Feulmer 6 175 29.2
DC Brandon Zumbrum 14 169 12.1
Han Nick Seymour 16 168 10.5
DC Tavian Dorsey 6 165 27.5
YC Scott Bartkowiak 10 158 15.8
Dov Shane Orchard 4 155 38.8

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Individual Scoring
Team Name TD EP1 EP2 FG TOTAL
BS Colton Dull 21 0 0 0 126
WY Ross Campbell 19 0 3 0 120
SG Shay Feulmer 14 0 2 0 88
EY Lucas Barshinger 14 0 1 0 86
SW Andrew Hartlaub 14 0 0 0 84
CY Terrance Carter 13 0 0 0 78
Dal Addison Quinones 12 0 1 0 74
Get Lane Sherman 11 0 2 0 70
BS Briton Shelton 11 0 0 0 66
YC Hakeem Kinard 11 0 0 0 66
YH Bryshon Sweeney 10 0 1 0 62
DC Jake Kadis 9 0 1 0 56
Han Dylan Krieger 7 6 4 0 56
Get Michael Heeschen 0 43 0 4 55
Big Scott Cooper 9 0 0 0 54
F Mason Flickinger 9 0 0 0 54
WY Diego Torres 9 0 0 0 54
EY Damian McKinsey 3 25 0 3 52
YS Collin Mailman 8 0 1 0 50
BS Connor Zahm 0 42 0 2 48
CY Pearson Hinkle 8 0 0 0 48
RL Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie 8 0 0 0 48
YS Liam McWilliams 8 0 0 0 48
Dal McKinley Curren 0 25 0 7 46
EY David Livelsberger 7 0 0 0 42
Get Wade Laudeman 7 0 0 0 42
Ne David Ankney 7 0 0 0 42
SW Miles Francis 7 0 0 0 42
WY Brett Strickler 0 39 0 1 42
YC Jack Burnside 7 0 0 0 42
CY Carter Luckenbaugh 0 26 0 5 41
YC Qua’Shawn Grooms 6 0 1 0 38
Dov Durran Ledbetter 6 0 0 0 36
Dov John Sterner 6 0 0 0 36
Han Jordan Laughman 6 0 0 0 36
Lit Lucas Reynolds 6 0 0 0 36
SG Andrew Luckenbaugh 0 21 0 5 36
YC Gregory Bennett 6 0 0 0 36
DC Jay Strickland 0 22 0 4 34
EY Jake Kessler 5 0 1 0 32
Get Tyler Lampe 5 0 1 0 32
Ne Chase Sasala 0 22 0 3 31
DC Tavian Dorsey 5 0 0 0 30
Dov Tyrel Jones 5 0 0 0 30
F Michael Quealy 5 0 0 0 30
Get Elijah Jackson 5 0 0 0 30
WY Garrett Stauffer 5 0 0 0 30
YH James Way 5 0 0 0 30
YS Thomas Merkle 5 0 0 0 30
YT Jibri Bones 4 0 2 0 28
SW Andrew Slater 0 23 0 1 26
Big Jorden Trostel 0 19 0 2 25
YC Daniel Yokemick 4 1 0 0 25
DC Alex Little 4 0 0 0 24
Dov Shane Orchard 4 0 0 0 24
EY Keegan Corwell 4 0 0 0 24
Lit Wes Storey 4 0 0 0 24
Ne Kody Reeser 4 0 0 0 24
RL Dalton Grove 4 0 0 0 24
WY Brett Kinneman 4 0 0 0 24
YH Sae’Quan Whitaker 4 0 0 0 24
YS Jonas Atkinson 0 24 0 0 24
YT Nashid Bones 3 0 2 0 22
BS Wyatt Gearhart 3 0 1 0 20
Dov Josh Bradley 0 14 0 2 20
SW Brock Geiman 3 2 0 0 20
YH Danny Acevedo 3 0 1 0 20
Big Colton Sentz 3 0 0 0 18
BS Ryan Markle 3 0 0 0 18
Dal Cade Gold 3 0 0 0 18
Dal Dez Jones 3 0 0 0 18
DC Justin Gobrecht 3 0 0 0 18
DC Lucas Shull 3 0 0 0 18
F Alex Irvin 3 0 0 0 18
F Brandon Hummel 0 15 0 1 18
Get Jake Myers 3 0 0 0 18
Get Jordan Turner 3 0 0 0 18
Han Colten Ehrhart 3 0 0 0 18
KD Kyle Woolridge 3 0 0 0 18
Lit Dylan Brittain 3 0 0 0 18
Ne Chris Whack 3 0 0 0 18
NO Keegan Romanoff 3 0 0 0 18
NO Daulton Snyder 3 0 0 0 18
SG Logan Hall 3 0 0 0 18
Sus Dorian Faster 3 0 0 0 18
SW Robby Harbison 3 0 0 0 18
SW Noah Staub 3 0 0 0 18
WY Noah Bowers 3 0 0 0 18
WY Cash Gladfelter 3 0 0 0 18
YC Joseph Bauhof 3 0 0 0 18
YT Damarius Wiggins 3 0 0 0 18

2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON TEAM STATISTICS

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Team Offense (scoring)
GM PTS AVG
West York 9 415 46.1
Gettysburg 9 397 44.1
Bermudian Springs 9 357 39.7
York Catholic 9 294 32.7
Eastern York 9 277 30.8
Dallastown 9 251 27.9
South Western 9 248 27.6
Delone Catholic 9 226 25.1
Central York 9 221 24.6
Spring Grove 9 204 22.7
York Suburban 9 198 22.0
Fairfield 9 191 21.2
York High 9 190 21.1
Northeastern 9 177 19.7
Red Lion 9 177 19.7
Dover 9 175 19.4
Littlestown 9 163 18.1
Biglerville 9 163 18.1
Hanover 9 149 16.6
New Oxford 9 98 10.9
York Tech 9 94 10.4
Kennard-Dale 9 78 8.7
Susquehannock 9 61 6.8

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Team Defense (scoring)
GM PTS AVG
Bermudian Springs 9 48 5.3
West York 9 114 12.7
Dallastown 9 134 14.9
Gettysburg 9 135 15.0
Eastern York 9 137 15.2
Biglerville 9 160 17.8
Northeastern 9 173 19.2
York Tech 9 176 19.6
Red Lion 9 192 21.3
Spring Grove 9 195 21.7
Delone Catholic 9 199 22.1
Fairfield 9 204 22.7
Dover 9 206 22.9
York Catholic 9 206 22.9
York High 9 211 23.4
Central York 9 231 25.7
South Western 9 236 26.2
York Suburban 9 262 29.1
Hanover 9 286 31.8
New Oxford 9 305 33.9
Littlestown 9 311 34.6
Kennard-Dale 9 368 40.9
Susquehannock 9 369 41.0

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Total Team Offense
GM Yards AVG
West York 9 4355 483.9
Bermudian Springs 9 3662 406.9
York Catholic 9 3392 376.9
Gettysburg 9 3245 360.6
Central York 9 3162 351.3
Dallastown 9 2938 326.4
Eastern York 9 2907 323.0
Spring Grove 9 2845 316.1
York High 9 2815 312.8
Delone Catholic 9 2776 308.4
Northeastern 9 2733 303.7
South Western 9 2659 295.4
Dover 9 2625 291.7
York Suburban 9 2610 290.0
Littlestown 9 2532 281.3
Hanover 9 2486 276.2
Biglerville 9 2284 253.8
Red Lion 9 2097 233.0
Fairfield 9 1801 200.1
New Oxford 9 1648 183.1
York Tech 9 1633 181.4
Susquehannock 9 1563 173.7
Kennard-Dale 9 939 104.3

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Total Team Defense
GM Yards AVG
Bermudian Springs 9 1290 143.3
Gettysburg 9 1828 203.1
West York 9 1969 218.8
Eastern York 9 2235 248.3
York Suburban 9 2276 252.9
Northeastern 9 2299 255.4
Delone Catholic 9 2345 260.6
Spring Grove 9 2373 263.7
Dallastown 9 2622 291.3
York Tech 9 2629 292.1
Fairfield 9 2699 299.9
Red Lion 9 2720 302.2
Dover 9 2766 307.3
Central York 9 2784 309.3
Hanover 9 2836 315.1
York High 9 2912 323.6
Littlestown 9 2913 323.7
New Oxford 9 3021 335.7
York Catholic 9 3031 336.8
Biglerville 9 3036 337.3
South Western 9 3057 339.7
Kennard-Dale 9 3387 376.3
Susquehannock 9 3700 411.1

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Team Rushing
GM Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
Bermudian Springs 9 419 2965 329.4 7.1
West York 9 416 2906 322.9 7.0
Eastern York 9 356 2487 276.3 7.0
Gettysburg 9 358 2233 248.1 6.2
Dover 9 384 2220 246.7 5.8
Dallastown 9 333 2028 225.3 6.1
Delone Catholic 9 384 1996 221.8 5.2
York Catholic 9 283 1863 207.0 6.6
Spring Grove 9 369 1741 193.4 4.7
Northeastern 9 340 1611 179.0 4.7
Littlestown 9 393 1608 178.7 4.1
Central York 9 269 1564 173.8 5.8
York High 9 309 1562 173.6 5.1
Biglerville 9 341 1523 169.2 4.5
Red Lion 9 351 1362 151.3 3.9
York Tech 9 351 1309 145.4 3.7
South Western 9 328 1294 143.8 3.9
New Oxford 9 343 1198 133.1 3.5
York Suburban 9 293 1023 113.7 3.5
Hanover 9 286 929 103.2 3.2
Fairfield 9 278 890 98.9 3.2
Susquehannock 9 227 598 66.4 2.6
Kennard-Dale 9 243 271 30.1 1.1

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Team Passing
GM Comp Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
Hanover 9 128 257 1653 183.7 6.4
York Suburban 9 108 183 1586 176.2 8.7
York Catholic 9 97 190 1457 161.9 7.7
West York 9 67 128 1449 161.0 11.3
South Western 9 79 156 1377 153.0 8.8
Central York 9 93 193 1367 151.9 7.1
York High 9 79 154 1254 139.3 8.1
Northeastern 9 61 113 1122 124.7 9.9
Spring Grove 9 69 137 1104 122.7 8.1
Susquehannock 9 92 211 965 107.2 4.6
Fairfield 9 66 159 947 105.2 6.0
Gettysburg 9 66 159 947 105.2 6.0
Littlestown 9 64 151 921 102.3 6.1
Dallastown 9 65 130 910 101.1 7.0
Delone Catholic 9 46 92 810 90.0 8.8
Red Lion 9 71 138 758 84.2 5.5
Biglerville 9 52 108 717 79.7 6.6
Bermudian Springs 9 32 71 677 75.2 9.5
Kennard-Dale 9 74 169 669 74.3 4.0
New Oxford 9 42 111 456 50.7 4.1
Eastern York 9 19 49 427 47.4 8.7
Dover 9 24 69 405 45.0 5.9
York Tech 9 24 68 323 35.9 4.8

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Team Rushing Defense
GM Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
Bermudian Springs 9 256 632 70.2 2.5
West York 9 276 895 99.4 3.2
Dallastown 9 290 895 99.4 3.1
Northeastern 9 271 1031 114.6 3.8
Gettysburg 9 319 1066 118.4 3.3
Delone Catholic 9 262 1089 121.0 4.2
Spring Grove 9 325 1276 141.8 3.9
Dover 9 330 1355 150.6 4.1
Eastern York 9 332 1434 159.3 4.3
Red Lion 9 329 1454 161.6 4.4
York Tech 9 368 1534 170.4 4.2
York Suburban 9 287 1627 180.8 5.7
Biglerville 9 403 1812 201.3 4.5
South Western 9 325 1816 201.8 5.6
Hanover 9 381 1842 204.7 4.8
Central York 9 374 1846 205.1 4.9
Fairfield 9 323 1870 207.8 5.8
York High 9 342 1892 210.2 5.5
Littlestown 9 347 1963 218.1 5.7
New Oxford 9 367 2134 237.1 5.8
York Catholic 9 398 2425 269.4 6.1
Kennard-Dale 9 334 2482 275.8 7.4
Susquehannock 9 366 2557 284.1 7.0

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Team Passing Defense
GM Comp Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
York Suburban 9 50 115 649 72.1 5.6
York Catholic 9 64 165 709 78.8 4.3
Bermudian Springs 9 57 139 758 84.2 5.5
Gettysburg 9 56 138 768 85.3 5.6
Fairfield 9 50 114 787 87.4 6.9
York Tech 9 48 103 799 88.8 7.8
Eastern York 9 64 148 834 92.7 5.6
New Oxford 9 58 96 887 98.6 9.2
Central York 9 55 126 945 105.0 7.5
Littlestown 9 66 138 950 105.6 6.9
York High 9 61 117 956 106.2 8.2
Hanover 9 54 114 981 109.0 8.6
West York 9 104 193 989 109.9 5.1
Kennard-Dale 9 53 101 1004 111.6 9.9
Susquehannock 9 55 110 1066 118.4 9.7
Spring Grove 9 61 132 1097 121.9 8.3
Biglerville 9 94 168 1225 136.1 7.3
South Western 9 82 155 1242 138.0 8.0
Delone Catholic 9 82 168 1262 140.2 7.5
Red Lion 9 82 149 1266 140.7 8.5
Northeastern 9 83 159 1268 140.9 8.0
Dover 9 78 149 1410 156.7 9.5
Dallastown 9 126 229 1726 191.8 7.5

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Turnover Differential
GM Take Give Diff Diff/Gm
West York 9 24 9 15 1.7
Fairfield 9 25 14 11 1.2
Biglerville 9 18 9 9 1.0
Eastern York 9 18 9 9 1.0
Dallastown 9 18 11 7 0.8
Bermudian Springs 9 24 18 6 0.7
Gettysburg 9 15 10 5 0.6
Central York 9 16 13 3 0.3
South Western 9 15 12 3 0.3
York Tech 9 13 16 3 0.3
York Suburban 9 16 15 1 0.1
Delone Catholic 9 12 12 0 0.0
York High 9 10 11 -1 -0.1
Northeastern 9 9 13 -4 -0.4
Hanover 9 15 20 -5 -0.6
Susquehannock 9 14 19 -5 -0.6
York Catholic 9 7 13 -6 -0.7
Red Lion 9 10 16 -6 -0.7
Dover 9 10 17 -7 -0.8
New Oxford 9 11 19 -8 -0.9
Spring Grove 9 9 18 -9 -1.0
Kennard-Dale 9 10 23 -13 -1.4
Littlestown 9 13 31 -18 -2.0
2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS
Division I Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Dallastown 6 0 8 1 251 134 117
Red Lion 5 1 6 3 177 192 -15
Central York 4 2 4 5 221 231 -10
South Western 4 2 4 5 248 236 12
York High 3 3 3 6 190 211 -21
Northeastern 1 5 4 5 177 173 4
Spring Grove 1 5 3 6 204 195 9
New Oxford 0 6 0 9 98 305 -207
Division II Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
West York 5 0 8 1 415 114 301
Gettysburg 4 1 8 1 397 135 262
Dover 3 2 5 4 175 206 -31
Eastern York 3 3 6 3 277 137 140
York Suburban 2 3 3 6 198 262 -64
Susquehannock 1 4 1 8 61 369 -308
Kennard-Dale 0 6 1 8 78 368 -290
Division III Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Bermudian Springs 6 0 9 0 357 48 309
York Catholic 5 1 6 3 294 206 88
Delone Catholic 4 2 5 4 226 199 27
Fairfield 3 3 5 4 191 204 -13
Biglerville 3 3 5 4 163 160 3
Hanover 1 5 2 7 149 286 -137
Littlestown 1 5 2 7 163 311 -148
York Tech 1 5 1 8 94 176 -82

By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

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Here’s a look at all of the Week 10 games involving York-Adams League teams. All games are on Friday, starting at 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted.

Division I:

Dallastown (8-1 overall, 6-0 league) at Red Lion (6-3, 5-1): A Dallastown win and the Wildcats are the outright Division I champions for the first time since 2010. A Red Lion win and the Lions would share the Division I crown with Dallastown. The last time Red Lion had a piece of the division title was when the Lions won it outright in 2003. These two teams have never shared a division title, at least according to The York Dispatch archives that date back to 1967. Only twice in the previous 47 years have these cross-town rivals ever finished 1-2 in the division standings. Both teams are strong in the run game offensively and defensively, although Dallastown does have a big edge in those categories.

Dallastown junior quarterback Cade Gold (863 passing yards, five touchdowns, five interceptions) can throw when needed and has been steadily improving as the season progresses. Red Lion quarterback Dalton Grove has shown flashes of talent throughout the year, most recently in last week’s 41-28 win at Spring Grove, where the junior signal-caller completed 12-of-16 passes for 177 yards and two touchdowns to go along with 81 rushing yards and two scores. Neither team has a particularly strong pass defense, although it’s worth noting the talents of Wildcats defensive backs Owen Ritter, who presents challenges with his height and wingspan, and Addison Quinones, who brings the lumber on opposing receivers left exposed on pass plays. Should be a good one at Horn Field.Spring Grove (3-6, 1-5) at South Western (4-5, 4-2), 730 p.m.: For the first time all year, South Western is on a win streak, having won two straight and four of its last six games. The Mustangs need a victory here for a shot at being included among the top 16 teams that get into the District 3-AAAA playoffs. They’re currently sitting at the No. 18 spot in the latest District 3 power rankings. This will be the final time the Rockets will play for Head Coach Russ Stoner, who is resigning after the season. It’ll be interesting to see if Spring Grove picks up on anything from watching South Western’s game film from last week in the Mustangs’ 16-7 win at Northeastern, when quarterback Brock Geiman (1,377 passing yards, 12 touchdowns) was finally slowed down a bit and South Western was held under 20 points for only the second time all year.

York High (3-6, 3-3) at Central York (4-5, 4-2): The Panthers have lost two straight and are No. 17 in the latest District 3-AAAA power rankings, one spot shy of making it into the top 16 playoff bracket. Senior running back Terrance Carter (749 rushing yards) will try to get back on track after being held to negative 3 yards in last week’s 47-21 loss at Dallastown. Central has the best passing defense in Division I, which could present problems for York High senior QB James Way (1,254 passing yards, nine touchdowns). However, Central had trouble stopping the run the last two weeks, and York High has plenty of options in the run game.

Northeastern (4-5, 1-5) at New Oxford (0-9, 0-6): A Northeastern win here would mark the third time in the program’s seven years of existence that the Bobcats won at least five games in a season. Leading the way in that quest will be Northeastern sophomore quarterback Blake Einsig (797 passing yards, nine touchdowns), sophomore running back Chris Whack (614 rushing yards, three touchdowns) and junior running back Kody Reeser (500 rushing yards, four touchdowns).

Division II:

West York (8-1, 5-0) at Gettysburg (8-1, 4-1): Gettysburg will attempt to claim a share of the division title in the program’s first year competing in the York-Adams League. West York has had a piece of the division title six times in the previous seven seasons, winning it outright four times. It’s the first meeting of these teams since the 2007 District 3-AAA quarterfinals, won by Gettysburg, 33-28. Offensively, both teams are top four in the league in running the ball, while West York has the edge in the passing attack. Defensively, both teams are top five in the league against the run while Gettysburg has the slight edge in pass defense. Should be a fun one at Dick May Field.

York Suburban (4-5, 3-2) at Eastern York (6-3, 2-3): The Golden Knights enter this Friday one spot shy of the top 16 of the District 3-AAA playoff bracket. Meanwhile, York Suburban is aiming for its fourth straight year with at least five wins in a season. Eastern will have to find a way to break up the connection between Trojans’ quarterback Thomas Merkle (1,461 passing yards, 10 touchdowns) and wide receiver Collin Mailman (870 receiving yards, eight touchdowns). Suburban will try to slow down the Eastern ground game that’s pumping out an average of 276.3 rushing yards, the third highest clip in the league.

Susquehannock (1-8, 1-4) at Dover (4-5, 3-2): Susquehannock is coming off its first win of the year. Dover enters having lost three straight games and needing a victory for a shot at the District 3-AAA playoffs. The Eagles are ranked No. 19 in the latest district power rankings. Look for Dover running backs Durran Ledbetter (590 rushing yards, six touchdowns) and Tyrel Jones (522 rushing yards, five touchdowns) to get the Eagles back on the winning track.

Millersburg (4-5) at Kennard-Dale (1-8, 0-6): The Rams will try to snap a four-game skid against a Millersburg team led by 6-foot, 1-inch sophomore phenom Christian Wingard, who has thrown for 1,515 yards and 12 touchdowns and run for 261 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Division III:

York Tech (1-8, 1-5) at York Catholic (6-3, 5-1): The Irish enter this one ranked No. 3 in the latest District 3-A power rankings. The top four District 3 teams are taken in the Class A playoff bracket. York Catholic senior quarterback Hakeem Kinard (1,452 passing yards, 14 touchdowns) has proven by now he can get it done through the air. Then last week, Fairfield kept Kinard to only 10 yards passing and he responded with 235 rushing yards and three touchdowns, breaking the 1,000-yard barrier in the process. He now has a total of 1,098 rushing yards. Kinard and West York’s Ross Campbell are the only York-Adams League players with 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 passing yards to this point.

Bermudian Springs (9-0, 6-0) at Biglerville (5-4, 3-3): Bermudian Springs will attempt to keep its perfect season intact, in addition to its No. 2 spot in the District 3-AA playoff bracket. Biglerville likely needs to pull an upset this week for a shot at being included in the District 3-AA playoffs. The Canners are allowing an average of 201 rushing yards a game. The Eagles lead the league with 329 rushing yards a game. So it could be another big day for Bermudian backs Colton Dull (1,201 rushing yards, 21 touchdowns) and Briton Shelton (1,051 rushing yards, 11 touchdowns).

Hanover (2-7, 1-5) at Delone Catholic (5-4, 4-2): Hanover quarterback Kyle Krout (1,633 passing yards, nine touchdowns) and Dylan Krieger (1,125 receiving yards, seven touchdowns) have been downright unstoppable as of late. The Nighthawks’ defense just has to find a way to slow down Delone Catholic running backs Alex Little (652 rushing yards, four touchdowns) and Jake Kadis (776 rushing yards, nine touchdowns). The Squires have to win this one to stay in the top four of the District 3-A power rankings.

Fairfield (5-4, 3-3) at Littlestown (2-7, 1-5): Fairfield is one spot shy of the top four of the District 3-A playoff bracket, needing a win over the Thunderbolts and a bit of help for a shot at the postseason. The Green Knights did a good job last week containing the passing of York Catholic quarterback Hakeem Kinard, but had no answer against the run, an area Littlestown backs Lucas Reynolds (555 rushing yards, six touchdowns) and Zach Brown (511 rushing yards, five touchdowns) will look to exploit.

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.


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