Boys’

Class AAAA

No. 1 Central York (19-2). Possible first opponent: No. 16 Shippensburg or No. 17 Red Lion

No. 3 Northeastern (21-1). Possible first opponent: No. 14 Wilson or No. 19 Governor Mifflin

No. 4 Spring Grove (20-2) Possible first opponent: No. 13 Central Dauphin East or No. 20 Chambersburg

No. 10 York High (12-10). First opponent: No. 7 Carlisle

No. 17 Red Lion (11-11). First opponent: No. 16 Shippensburg

Class AAA

No. 4 Eastern York (19-4). First opponent: No. 13 Middletown

No. 8 West York (12-8). First opponent: No. 9 Berks Catholic

No. 10 Gettysburg (12-8). First opponent: No. 7 Palmyra

No. 15 Dover (12-10). First opponent: No. 18 East Pennsboro

Class AA

No. 3 York Catholic (17-5). First opponent: No. 6 Lancaster Mennonite

No. 5 Hanover (16-7). First opponent: No. 4 Upper Dauphin

No. 7 Delone Catholic (10-12). First opponent: No. 10 Antietam

Class A

No. 1 York Country Day School (19-0). Possible first opponent: No. 8 Veritas Academy or No. 9 New Covenant Christian

Girls’

Class AAAA

No. 3 Red Lion (21-2). Possible first opponent: No. 14 Cedar Cliff or No. 19 Ephrata

No. 4 Central York (21-2). Possible first opponent: No. 13 Hempfield or No. 20 Wilson

No. 15 New Oxford (14-8). First opponent: No. 18 Mechanicsburg

No. 16 York High (14-9). First opponent: No. 17 Palmyra

Class AAA

No. 4 Susquehannock (21-2). First opponent: No. 13 ELCO

No. 8 York Suburban (17-5). First opponent: No. 9 Susquenita

No. 14 West York (14-8). First opponent: No. 3 Bishop McDevitt

Class AA

No. 3 York Catholic (18-5). First opponent: No. 6 Oley Valley

No. 4 Delone Catholic (17-5). First opponent: No. 5 Linden Hall

Class A

No. 4 Christian School of York (15-6). Possible first opponent: No. 5 Harrisburg Christian or No. 12 Mount Calvary Christian

WRESTLING: Spring Grove season ends

Posted: February 5, 2016 in Wrestling

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The Spring Grove wrestling team saw its team season come to an end on Thursday night after losing to Cedar Cliff, 36-30, in the consolation semifinals of the District 3-AAA tournament at Spring Grove High School.

The fifth-seeded Rockets were tied 24-24 with the No. 3 Colts heading into the final four bouts, but a 4-2 loss by Chance Jackson at 120 pounds gave Cedar Cliff a 27-24 lead. The Colts wound up winning two of the three bouts that followed, securing a spot in the state tournament for Cedar Cliff, while Spring Grove’s bid fell just one step short.

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PHOTOS: York Country Day vs Christian School of York boys basketball

York Country Day coach Corey Stiles has led the Greyhounds to a 20-0 start this season.(Photo: YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

York Country Day 63, Dayspring Christian 30: At York, the Greyhounds continued their unbeaten season, easily dispatching Dayspring Christian. Eight different YCD players scored in the game, led by DeAireus Brown and Jordan Ray’s team-high 12 points. DJ Hamilton added 11 and Cameron Sanders chipped in 10. The Greyhounds are now 20-0.

Dallastown 62, Red Land 46:

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PHOTOS: Northeastern vs York High boy's basketball

Northeastern’s Antonio Rizzuto, left, and Jayden Iturmendi of York High battle for a rebound in a game from earlier in the season. The Bearcats and Bobcats will face in the quarterfinals of the Y-A League playoffs on Friday, the only playoff matchup that is a rematch from a regular season game. (John A. Pavoncello – The York Dispatch)(Photo: The York Dispatch)

In what felt like the blink of an eye, the 2015-16 York-Adams League basketball regular season has come and gone.

With that, we now head into the league tournament. The top eight boys’ and girls’ teams will begin their quests to earn league titles this weekend, needing three victories over the course of seven days to secure the honor.

Any time you have a league tournament, you’re sure to wind up with several intriguing match-ups. This year is no different. Here’s a look at each of the eight quarterfinal showdowns in both the boys’ and girls’ brackets.

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Dallastown swimming dynasties live on

Posted: February 5, 2016 in Swimming

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PHOTOS: Dallastown vs Central York swimming

Spencer Hill had a hand in four Dallastown victories on Thursday vs. Red Lion.(Photo: YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

DALLASTOWN — While the luster of having two undefeated teams facing off to end the regular season was gone, the final dual swim meet between York-Adams League Division I rivals Dallastown and Red Lion was still intense on Thursday.

After getting swept by Central York earlier in the week, the Lions were able to keep the meet with the Wildcat boys close early. But a Dallastown sweep in the 50 freestyle gave the boys’ team a cushion that was stretched out by standout Spencer Hill moments later.

Hill won the 100 butterfly, coming within a half second of breaking the pool record in the process. By the time the 400 free relay teams hit the pool, the meet was all wrapped up.

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York Suburban vs West York girls swimming

West York’s Maddi Stoner competes in the 100 yard freestyle during girls swimming action against York Suburban at York Suburban in York, Pa. on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. (Dawn J. Sagert – The York Dispatch)(Photo: The York Dispatch)

When the final score of the West York-York Suburban girls’ swimming meet was revealed on Thursday night, West York’s swimmers, who were gathered alongside the pool, erupted in loud cheers.

The Bulldogs didn’t win the meet, but they rallied from 10 points down to forge a 47-47 tie and earn a share of their first York-Adams title.

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Q&A: York Tech coach Charlie Troxell

Posted: February 4, 2016 in Football

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Each year, it seems a number of York-Adams football head coaching jobs become available after the final whistle of the season has blown.

Unfortunately, it also seems as if York Tech is an annual participant on the coaching carousel.

This year is no exception. The Spartans hired a familiar name to lead the program in an effort to bring some much-needed stability to the position.

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Dallastown head coach Mary Manlove picked up her 100th career victory on Wednesday night in a win over Northeastern.(Photo: YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

Dallastown girls’ basketball coach Mary Manlove picked up the 100th victory of her career on Wednesday night when her Wildcats beat visiting Northeastern, 40-27.

The seventh-year coach now has a career record of 100 wins and 68 losses.

Julia Sutton had 13 points to lead Dallastown. Jordyn Kloster had 13 to pace Northeastern.

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WRESTLING: A big night for Red Lion

Posted: February 4, 2016 in Wrestling

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Red Lion celebrates 50 years of wrestling action by

Red Lion celebrates 50 years of wrestling action by hosting alumni from over the years at the high school in Red Lion, Pa. on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. (Dawn J. Sagert – The York Dispatch) (Photo: The York Dispatch)

On Wednesday night, however, the two foes’ wrestling match got pushed to the back burner to celebrate something even bigger. Before the match, the Red Lion wrestling program celebrated its 50th anniversary, complete with a social, an alumni celebration and then the match to cap it all off.

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PHOTOS: South Western vs Spring Grove wrestling

Spring Grove’s Clay Baker gets the take-down on Adam Leib of South Western during the 113 pound match earlier this season. Baker earned a pin in the quarterfinals of the District 3-AAA tournament against Exeter Township on Tuesday night in 51 seconds. John A. Pavoncello photo(Photo: The York Dispatch)

For a team that faced relatively little adversity all year long, the Spring Grove Rockets’ wrestling season will now hinge on how well they can bounce back from a tough defeat.

The fifth-seeded Rockets were handed a 47-18 loss against No. 4 Exeter Township in the District 3-AAA quarterfinal round on Tuesday night at Exeter, forcing them into the consolation bracket. Now, in order to qualify for the state tournament, Spring Grove must win its next two matches on Thursday. The Rockets will open against No. 9 Cocalico. A win there will move the Rockets to the next round against the loser of the Cumberland Valley-Cedar Cliff contest. CV is the No. 2 seed and Cedar Cliff is the No. 3 seed.

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