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Individual Rushing
Team Name RUSH YDS AVG
EY David Livelsberger 117 886 7.6
WY Ross Campbell 89 874 9.8
BS Colton Dull 113 851 7.5
Dal Addison Quinones 94 817 8.7
BS Briton Shelton 120 811 6.8
YC Hakeem Kinard 114 767 6.7
SG Shay Feulmer 115 732 6.4
CY Terrance Carter 86 620 7.2
Ne Chris Whack 98 608 6.2
EY Lucas Barshinger 65 598 9.2
Dov Durran Ledbetter 96 542 5.6
YH Bryshon Sweeney 105 540 5.1
DC Alex Little 114 525 4.6
Get Lane Sherman 65 522 8.0
DC Jake Kadis 70 492 7.0
Lit Lucas Reynolds 110 478 4.3
Han Jordan Laughman 88 469 5.3
YH James Way 103 451 4.4
NO Hunter Ringrose 85 433 5.1
Ne Kody Reeser 71 415 5.8
SW Robby Harbison 104 399 3.8
YS Dajour Henderson 49 392 8.0
Dov John Sterner 57 391 6.9
Big Scott Cooper 79 388 4.9
CY Pearson Hinkle 58 375 6.5
RL Antwan Jackson 81 365 4.5
WY Cadence Thomas 40 364 9.1
YT Damarius Wiggins 71 353 5.0
Lit Zach Brown 67 345 5.1
WY Garrett Stauffer 53 318 6.0
EY Jake Kessler 42 312 7.4
SW Andrew Hartlaub 59 304 5.2
YS Liam McWilliams 65 301 4.6
YT Jibri Bones 65 291 4.5
WY Noah Bowers 59 290 4.9
DC Tavian Dorsey 41 266 6.5
RL Kenny Holloway 86 260 3.0
Get Wade Laudeman 34 258 7.6
NO Daulton Snyder 51 252 4.9
F Matt Petrie 63 247 3.9
Get Elijah Jackson 21 246 11.7
Dov Tyrel Jones 23 245 10.7
Big Colton Sentz 37 244 6.6
YC Jack Burnside 32 233 7.3
Dov Kenyon Hoopes 43 232 5.4
Get Tyler Lampe 45 228 5.1
SG Nick Erickson 66 228 3.5
Dal Cade Gold 57 227 4.0
Big Samuel Laird 51 218 4.3
Dov Joey Zutell 52 212 4.1
YT Nashid Bones 52 212 4.1
KD Josh Eaton 59 206 3.5
F Mason Flickinger 80 205 2.6
YC Gregory Bennett 44 205 4.7
RL Alex Keough 30 199 6.6
SG Zack Stauffer 47 197 4.2
Dal Dez Jones 33 189 5.7
Get Nathan Sharrah 20 172 8.6
WY Jamal Anderson 22 154 7.0
F Michael Quealy 42 143 3.4
SW Miles Francis 33 137 4.2
YT Kyle Chesnavage 40 135 3.4
EY Keegan Corwell 16 135 8.4
BS Phoenix Russell 16 134 8.4
BS Quinton King 13 132 10.2
KD Chase Carlile 31 130 4.2
Get Oakley Marsh 10 130 13.0

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Individual Passing
Team Name COMP ATT INT TD YDS
YC Hakeem Kinard 81 151 6 13 1271
Han Kyle Krout 82 180 8 8 1133
SW Brock Geiman 65 127 6 10 1124
YS Thomas Merkle 77 127 4 6 1003
WY Ross Campbell 48 96 2 7 937
YH James Way 60 120 5 6 932
Sus Josh Stoneberg 66 151 6 4 733
Get Jake Myers 31 68 2 8 711
DC Brian Shermeyer 39 76 5 7 699
Dal Cade Gold 41 85 4 3 646
Lit Cody Boyd 39 79 9 6 588
BS Ryan Markle 28 59 6 6 586
F Mason Flickinger 38 101 4 8 560
CY Nik Strine 33 57 1 5 554
Big Ben Hurda 35 78 2 3 472
RL Dalton Grove 51 105 6 6 457
CY Shannon Valenti 38 84 6 1 415
Ne Blake Einsig 23 41 3 6 401
KD Daniel Brewer 45 94 2 4 374
NO Corban Czap 26 61 6 5 321
SG Nick Erickson 23 53 5 3 317
EY Conrad Rhein 15 41 5 3 304
Dov Kenyon Hoopes 15 41 3 2 235
YT Damarius Wiggins 12 36 2 1 145
Lit Jarrett Brittain 10 22 2 0 130

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Individual Receiving – Receptions
Team Name REC YDS AVG
Han Dylan Krieger 40 743 18.6
YS Collin Mailman 27 523 19.4
WY Diego Torres 23 484 21.0
Lit Lucas Reynolds 22 341 15.5
YC Qua’Shawn Grooms 21 465 22.1
YS Jimmy Daglaris 20 245 12.3
Sus Nick Tannura 19 270 14.2
CY Jeremiah Dadeboe 18 199 11.1
SW Noah Staub 18 277 15.4
YH Bryshon Sweeney 17 222 13.1
SG Anthony Beddia 17 275 16.2
CY Terrance Carter 17 271 15.9
KD Kyle Woolridge 16 215 13.4
YH Sae’Quan Whitaker 16 281 17.6
SW Andrew Hartlaub 16 427 26.7
F Antijuan Washington 16 252 15.8
SG Logan Hall 16 220 13.8
Ne Jordan Zirkle 16 156 9.8
YH Danny Acevedo 15 215 14.3
YC Joseph Bauhof 15 211 14.1
Han Colten Ehrhart 14 136 9.7
YC Luke Brennan 14 213 15.2
Lit Dylan Brittain 14 265 18.9
Sus Dorian Faster 14 227 16.2
SW Miles Francis 14 194 13.9
YC Daniel Yokemick 13 167 12.8
Big Scott Cooper 13 273 21.0
DC Brandon Zumbrum 13 167 12.8
RL Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie 13 124 9.5
NO Daulton Snyder 13 160 12.3
Han Nick Seymour 12 99 8.3
Sus Tyler Buckley 10 71 7.1
Lit Lane Nye 10 88 8.8
Dal Jake Jansen 10 108 10.8
Han Resean Williams 10 96 9.6
YS Brad Smith 10 76 7.6
YC Scott Bartkowiak 10 158 15.8
Sus Dervon Mayberry 9 75 8.3
RL Derek Ross 9 45 5.0
WY Cash Gladfelter 9 201 22.3
F Alex Irvin 9 197 21.9
Dal Owen Ritter 9 216 24.0
YS Teague Hoffman 9 62 6.9
KD Austin Jenkins 9 84 9.3
CY Braden Neal 8 117 14.6
CY Pearson Hinkle 8 73 9.1
RL Christian Castle 8 49 6.1
Get Tyler Lampe 8 124 15.5
Ne David Ankney 8 219 27.4
YH Nate Delmotte 7 146 20.9
Get Jordan Turner 7 173 24.7
Dal Addison Quinones 7 112 16.0
DC Justin Gobrecht 7 185 26.4
Get Kobe Wansel 7 274 39.1
BS Briton Shelton 7 87 12.4
Big Gage McAuliffe 7 67 9.6
Dal John Middleton 7 100 14.3
DC Larry Lefler 7 119 17.0
SW Brady Thayer 7 127 18.1
Get Michael Ingalsbe 6 98 16.3
YT Jibri Bones 6 75 11.3
BS Derek Starner 6 130 21.7
YS Liam McWilliams 6 56 9.3
Sus Aiden Kirkendall 6 38 6.3
CY Robert Romey 6 64 10.7

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Individual Receiving – Yards
Team Name REC YDS AVG
Han Dylan Krieger 40 743 18.6
YS Collin Mailman 27 523 19.4
WY Diego Torres 23 484 21.0
YC Qua’Shawn Grooms 21 465 22.1
SW Andrew Hartlaub 16 427 26.7
Lit Lucas Reynolds 22 341 15.5
YH Sae’Quan Whitaker 16 281 17.6
SW Noah Staub 18 277 15.4
SG Anthony Beddia 17 275 16.2
Get Kobe Wansel 7 274 39.1
Big Scott Cooper 13 273 21.0
CY Terrance Carter 17 271 15.9
Sus Nick Tannura 19 270 14.2
Lit Dylan Brittain 14 265 18.9
F Antijuan Washington 16 252 15.8
YS Jimmy Daglaris 20 245 12.3
Sus Dorian Faster 14 227 16.2
YH Bryshon Sweeney 17 222 13.1
SG Logan Hall 16 220 13.8
Ne David Ankney 8 219 27.4
Dal Owen Ritter 9 216 24.0
YH Danny Acevedo 15 215 14.3
KD Kyle Woolridge 16 215 13.4
YC Luke Brennan 14 213 15.2
YC Joseph Bauhof 15 211 14.1
WY Cash Gladfelter 9 201 22.3
CY Jeremiah Dadeboe 18 199 11.1
F Alex Irvin 9 197 21.9
SW Miles Francis 14 194 13.9
DC Justin Gobrecht 7 185 26.4
Get Jordan Turner 7 173 24.7
YC Daniel Yokemick 13 167 12.8
DC Brandon Zumbrum 13 167 12.8
NO Daulton Snyder 13 160 12.3
YC Scott Bartkowiak 10 158 15.8
Ne Jordan Zirkle 16 156 9.8
YH Nate Delmotte 7 146 20.9
SG Shay Feulmer 5 140 28.0
BS Brady Myers 4 137 34.3
Han Colten Ehrhart 14 136 9.7
BS Derek Starner 6 130 21.7
SW Brady Thayer 7 127 18.1
Get Tyler Lampe 8 124 15.5
RL Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie 13 124 9.5
DC Larry Lefler 7 119 17.0
CY Braden Neal 8 117 14.6
Dal Addison Quinones 7 112 16.0
Dal Jake Jansen 10 108 10.8
Dov Shane Orchard 3 105 35.0
Dov Derek Breneman 5 104 20.8
Dal John Middleton 7 100 14.3
Han Nick Seymour 12 99 8.3
Get Michael Ingalsbe 6 98 16.3
Han Resean Williams 10 96 9.6
Lit Lane Nye 10 88 8.8
BS Briton Shelton 7 87 12.4
Lit Brandon Pittinger 3 84 28.0
KD Austin Jenkins 9 84 9.3
DC Jake Kadis 4 81 20.3
RL Alex Keough 4 80 20.0
CY Drew Anderson 4 78 19.5
YS Brad Smith 10 76 7.6
Sus Dervon Mayberry 9 75 8.3
YT Jibri Bones 6 75 11.3

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Individual Scoring
Team Name TD EP1 EP2 FG TOTAL
WY Ross Campbell 17 0 2 0 106
BS Colton Dull 14 0 0 0 84
SG Shay Feulmer 12 0 2 0 76
SW Andrew Hartlaub 12 0 0 0 72
CY Terrance Carter 12 0 0 0 72
EY Lucas Barshinger 11 0 1 0 68
Dal Addison Quinones 10 0 1 0 62
BS Briton Shelton 10 0 0 0 60
Get Lane Sherman 9 0 2 0 58
YH Bryshon Sweeney 9 0 0 0 54
F Mason Flickinger 8 0 0 0 48
EY Damian McKinsey 2 22 0 3 43
EY David Livelsberger 7 0 0 0 42
Big Scott Cooper 7 0 0 0 42
YS Liam McWilliams 7 0 0 0 42
Get Michael Heeschen 0 33 0 3 42
Han Dylan Krieger 5 6 2 0 40
YC Qua’Shawn Grooms 6 0 1 0 38
BS Connor Zahm 0 31 0 2 37
CY Carter Luckenbaugh 0 22 0 5 37
RL Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie 6 0 0 0 36
Han Jordan Laughman 6 0 0 0 36
DC Jake Kadis 6 0 0 0 36
Dov Durran Ledbetter 6 0 0 0 36
Dov John Sterner 6 0 0 0 36
YC Hakeem Kinard 6 0 0 0 36
CY Pearson Hinkle 6 0 0 0 36
Lit Lucas Reynolds 6 0 0 0 36
YC Jack Burnside 6 0 0 0 36
Ne David Ankney 5 0 0 0 30
Get Wade Laudeman 5 0 0 0 30
F Michael Quealy 5 0 0 0 30
WY Diego Torres 5 0 0 0 30
Get Elijah Jackson 5 0 0 0 30
WY Brett Strickler 0 29 0 0 29
SG Andrew Luckenbaugh 0 16 0 4 28
Ne Chase Sasala 0 18 0 3 27
Get Tyler Lampe 4 0 1 0 26
DC Jay Strickland 0 19 0 2 25
Dal McKinley Curren 0 16 0 3 25
WY Garrett Stauffer 4 0 0 0 24
YS Collin Mailman 4 0 0 0 24
YS Thomas Merkle 4 0 0 0 24
YC Gregory Bennett 4 0 0 0 24
YH James Way 4 0 0 0 24
SW Miles Francis 4 0 0 0 24
Dov Tyrel Jones 4 0 0 0 24
YT Jibri Bones 3 0 2 0 22
EY Jake Kessler 3 0 1 0 20
SW Brock Geiman 3 2 0 0 20
YC Daniel Yokemick 3 1 0 0 19
SW Andrew Slater 0 16 0 1 19
F Alex Irvin 3 0 0 0 18
Ne Chris Whack 3 0 0 0 18
Ne Kody Reeser 3 0 0 0 18
WY Noah Bowers 3 0 0 0 18
YT Damarius Wiggins 3 0 0 0 18
DC Justin Gobrecht 3 0 0 0 18
WY Cash Gladfelter 3 0 0 0 18
Lit Dylan Brittain 3 0 0 0 18
DC Lucas Shull 3 0 0 0 18
Dov Shane Orchard 3 0 0 0 18
Get Jake Myers 3 0 0 0 18
KD Kyle Woolridge 3 0 0 0 18
SW Robby Harbison 3 0 0 0 18
YC Joseph Bauhof 3 0 0 0 18
NO Keegan Romanoff 3 0 0 0 18
NO Daulton Snyder 3 0 0 0 18
YS Jonas Atkinson 0 18 0 0 18
Han Colten Ehrhart 3 0 0 0 18
YH Sae’Quan Whitaker 3 0 0 0 18
Lit Wes Storey 3 0 0 0 18
Dov Josh Bradley 0 11 0 2 17
Big Jorden Trostel 0 11 0 2 17
F Brandon Hummel 0 12 0 1 15
EY Conrad Rhein 2 0 1 0 14
BS Wyatt Gearhart 2 0 1 0 14
Big Colton Sentz 2 0 0 0 12
DC Brandon Zumbrum 2 0 0 0 12
Get Jordan Turner 2 0 0 0 12
Get Jordan Turner 2 0 0 0 12
KD Austin Jenkins 1 3 0 1 12
Ne Michael Cooper 2 0 0 0 12
Sus Nick Tannura 2 0 0 0 12
Sus Dorian Faster 2 0 0 0 12
YC Jakkar Kinard 2 0 0 0 12
YH Danny Acevedo 2 0 0 0 12
Big Ben Hurda 2 0 0 0 12
BS Derek Starner 2 0 0 0 12
Ne Jonathan Butler 2 0 0 0 12
RL Alex Keough 2 0 0 0 12
RL Kenny Holloway 2 0 0 0 12
Dal Cade Gold 2 0 0 0 12
Dal Dez Jones 2 0 0 0 12
Get Nathan Sharrah 2 0 0 0 12
SW Noah Staub 2 0 0 0 12
WY Brett Kinneman 2 0 0 0 12
RL Nate Olsen 0 11 0 0 11
NO Trey Parrish 0 7 0 1 10
2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON TEAM STATISTICS

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Team Offense (scoring)
GM PTS AVG
Gettysburg 7 322 46.0
West York 7 309 44.1
Bermudian Springs 7 273 39.0
York Catholic 7 231 33.0
Eastern York 7 207 29.6
South Western 7 191 27.3
Central York 7 187 26.7
Delone Catholic 7 173 24.7
Dallastown 7 170 24.3
Spring Grove 7 166 23.7
Fairfield 7 158 22.6
Dover 7 154 22.0
Littlestown 7 149 21.3
York Suburban 7 148 21.1
Northeastern 7 143 20.4
Hanover 7 121 17.3
York High 7 118 16.9
Red Lion 7 116 16.6
Biglerville 7 107 15.3
New Oxford 7 84 12.0
York Tech 7 72 10.3
Kennard-Dale 7 69 9.9
Susquehannock 7 51 7.3

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Team Defense (scoring)
GM PTS AVG
Bermudian Springs 7 27 3.9
Gettysburg 7 100 14.3
Dallastown 7 106 15.1
West York 7 114 16.3
Dover 7 119 17.0
Eastern York 7 123 17.6
Spring Grove 7 127 18.1
Biglerville 7 140 20.0
York Catholic 7 145 20.7
Fairfield 7 145 20.7
Northeastern 7 147 21.0
Red Lion 7 151 21.6
York High 7 163 23.3
Central York 7 164 23.4
Delone Catholic 7 177 25.3
York Tech 7 185 26.4
York Suburban 7 190 27.1
South Western 7 208 29.7
New Oxford 7 228 32.6
Littlestown 7 241 34.4
Hanover 7 244 34.9
Susquehannock 7 305 43.6
Kennard-Dale 7 309 44.1

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Total Team Offense
GM Yards AVG
West York 7 3368 481.1
Bermudian Springs 7 2837 405.3
York Catholic 7 2738 391.1
Gettysburg 7 2650 378.6
Central York 7 2531 361.6
Eastern York 7 2323 331.9
Dallastown 7 2231 318.7
Spring Grove 7 2132 304.6
Littlestown 7 2110 301.4
Delone Catholic 7 2107 301.0
Dover 7 2055 293.6
York High 7 2051 293.0
South Western 7 2027 289.6
Northeastern 7 2020 288.6
York Suburban 7 1917 273.9
Hanover 7 1794 256.3
Biglerville 7 1704 243.4
Red Lion 7 1355 193.6
New Oxford 7 1354 193.4
Fairfield 7 1334 190.6
York Tech 7 1269 181.3
Susquehannock 7 1215 173.6
Kennard-Dale 7 665 95.0

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Total Team Defense
GM Yards AVG
Bermudian Springs 7 917 131.0
Gettysburg 7 1239 177.0
Spring Grove 7 1593 227.6
York Suburban 7 1617 231.0
West York 7 1685 240.7
Dover 7 1820 260.0
Eastern York 7 1830 261.4
Northeastern 7 1852 264.6
Fairfield 7 1934 276.3
Red Lion 7 1957 279.6
Delone Catholic 7 1959 279.9
Central York 7 2014 287.7
York Tech 7 2041 291.6
Dallastown 7 2126 303.7
New Oxford 7 2214 316.3
Littlestown 7 2287 326.7
Hanover 7 2310 330.0
Biglerville 7 2325 332.1
York Catholic 7 2333 333.3
York High 7 2348 335.4
South Western 7 2488 355.4
Kennard-Dale 7 2782 397.4
Susquehannock 7 3085 440.7

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Team Rushing
GM Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
West York 7 331 2397 342.4 7.2
Bermudian Springs 7 328 2231 318.7 6.8
Eastern York 7 279 2020 288.6 7.2
Gettysburg 7 287 1925 275.0 6.7
Dover 7 309 1743 249.0 5.6
Dallastown 7 252 1572 224.6 6.2
Delone Catholic 7 285 1422 203.1 5.0
York Catholic 7 224 1390 198.6 6.2
Spring Grove 7 295 1388 198.3 4.7
Central York 7 229 1331 190.1 5.8
Littlestown 7 295 1308 186.9 4.4
Northeastern 7 270 1294 184.9 4.8
Biglerville 7 267 1154 164.9 4.3
York High 7 240 1119 159.9 4.7
York Tech 7 275 1071 153.0 3.9
New Oxford 7 277 965 137.9 3.5
Red Lion 7 262 921 131.6 3.5
South Western 7 243 903 129.0 3.7
York Suburban 7 220 818 116.9 3.7
Hanover 7 225 746 106.6 3.3
Fairfield 7 228 717 102.4 3.1
Susquehannock 7 154 416 59.4 2.7
Kennard-Dale 7 195 235 33.6 1.2

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Team Passing
GM Comp Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
York Catholic 7 82 152 1276 182.3 8.4
Hanover 7 84 185 1144 163.4 6.2
South Western 7 65 127 1124 160.6 8.9
York Suburban 7 80 135 1098 156.9 8.1
West York 7 51 102 971 138.7 9.5
Central York 7 71 141 969 138.4 6.9
York High 7 60 120 932 133.1 7.8
Susquehannock 7 73 174 799 114.1 4.6
Littlestown 7 55 126 798 114.0 6.3
Spring Grove 7 47 99 744 106.3 7.5
Northeastern 7 45 82 726 103.7 8.9
Delone Catholic 7 40 79 715 102.1 9.1
Dallastown 7 42 86 659 94.1 7.7
Fairfield 7 41 104 653 93.3 6.3
Gettysburg 7 41 104 653 93.3 6.3
Bermudian Springs 7 28 59 586 83.7 9.9
Biglerville 7 39 83 506 72.3 6.1
Red Lion 7 51 105 457 65.3 4.4
Kennard-Dale 7 54 122 431 61.6 3.5
New Oxford 7 33 86 395 56.4 4.6
Dover 7 18 49 312 44.6 6.4
Eastern York 7 15 41 304 43.4 7.4
York Tech 7 17 50 197 28.1 3.9

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Team Rushing Defense
GM Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
Bermudian Springs 7 201 447 63.9 2.2
Northeastern 7 186 727 103.9 3.9
West York 7 217 733 104.7 3.4
Dallastown 7 246 780 111.4 3.2
Gettysburg 7 246 808 115.4 3.3
Delone Catholic 7 211 867 123.9 4.1
Spring Grove 7 243 877 125.3 3.6
Dover 7 247 994 142.0 4.0
Red Lion 7 268 1041 148.7 3.9
Fairfield 7 225 1125 160.7 5.0
York Suburban 7 215 1139 162.7 5.3
York Tech 7 295 1235 176.4 4.2
Eastern York 7 263 1271 181.6 4.8
Central York 7 278 1308 186.9 4.7
Littlestown 7 278 1470 210.0 5.3
Biglerville 7 312 1511 215.9 4.8
York High 7 267 1526 218.0 5.7
South Western 7 265 1544 220.6 5.8
Hanover 7 303 1593 227.6 5.3
New Oxford 7 296 1686 240.9 5.7
York Catholic 7 305 1875 267.9 6.1
Kennard-Dale 7 239 1987 283.9 8.3
Susquehannock 7 300 2259 322.7 7.5

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Team Passing Defense
GM Comp Att Yards Yds/Gm Yds/Att
Gettysburg 7 34 95 437 62.4 4.6
York Catholic 7 47 126 458 65.4 3.6
York Suburban 7 42 92 478 68.3 5.2
York Tech 7 31 75 510 72.9 6.8
New Oxford 7 37 61 528 75.4 8.7
Bermudian Springs 7 42 101 570 81.4 5.6
Eastern York 7 47 105 602 86.0 5.7
Hanover 7 43 92 704 100.6 7.7
Central York 7 35 87 713 101.9 8.2
Spring Grove 7 42 100 716 102.3 7.2
Susquehannock 7 39 74 749 107.0 10.1
York High 7 50 92 758 108.3 8.2
Fairfield 7 45 95 767 109.6 8.1
Biglerville 7 57 105 814 116.3 7.8
Littlestown 7 56 116 817 116.7 7.0
Dover 7 53 113 825 117.9 7.3
West York 7 90 166 867 123.9 5.2
Kennard-Dale 7 42 81 894 127.7 11.0
Red Lion 7 61 114 916 130.9 8.0
South Western 7 64 119 944 134.9 7.9
Delone Catholic 7 71 140 1098 156.9 7.8
Northeastern 7 74 132 1125 160.7 8.5
Dallastown 7 101 172 1345 192.1 7.8

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Turnover Differential
GM Take Give Diff Diff/Gm
Fairfield 7 22 10 12 1.7
West York 7 15 6 9 1.3
Central York 7 15 8 7 1.0
Biglerville 7 13 8 5 0.7
Bermudian Springs 7 18 14 4 0.6
York Suburban 7 12 9 3 0.4
Dallastown 7 13 10 3 0.4
Eastern York 7 10 7 3 0.4
Gettysburg 7 7 6 1 0.1
South Western 7 10 9 1 0.1
York High 7 8 7 1 0.1
York Tech 7 10 11 -1 -0.1
Delone Catholic 7 8 9 -1 -0.1
Hanover 7 13 15 -2 -0.3
Dover 7 9 12 -3 -0.4
Spring Grove 7 9 14 -5 -0.7
Kennard-Dale 7 7 12 -5 -0.7
Northeastern 7 5 11 -6 -0.9
Susquehannock 7 6 12 -6 -0.9
York Catholic 7 4 10 -6 -0.9
New Oxford 7 9 16 -7 -1.0
Red Lion 7 6 15 -9 -1.3
Littlestown 7 11 22 -11 -1.6
2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS
Division I Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Central York 4 0 4 3 187 164 23
Dallastown 4 0 6 1 170 106 64
Red Lion 3 1 4 3 116 151 -35
South Western 2 2 2 5 191 208 -17
York High 2 2 2 5 118 163 -45
Spring Grove 1 3 3 4 166 127 39
New Oxford 0 4 0 7 84 228 -144
Northeastern 0 4 3 4 143 147 -4
Division II Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Dover 3 0 5 2 154 119 35
West York 3 0 6 1 309 114 195
Gettysburg 3 1 6 1 322 100 222
York Suburban 2 1 3 4 148 190 -42
Eastern York 1 3 4 3 207 123 84
Susquehannock 0 3 0 7 51 305 -254
Kennard-Dale 0 4 1 6 69 309 -240
Division III Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Bermudian Springs 4 0 7 0 273 27 246
York Catholic 4 0 5 2 231 145 86
Fairfield 3 1 5 2 158 145 13
Delone Catholic 2 2 3 4 173 177 -4
Biglerville 1 3 3 4 107 140 -33
Littlestown 1 3 2 5 149 241 -92
York Tech 1 3 1 6 72 185 -113
Hanover 0 4 1 6 121 244 -123

By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

Over these next three weeks, we’ll see the titles decided across all three York-Adams League divisions.

First up this Friday, York Catholic is playing host to Bermudian Springs in a showdown that will likely decide the Division III crown.

Other York-Adams League teams are looking to stay on track for a Division I or Division II titles, while even more are aiming to get enough wins to keep their hopes at a District 3 playoff berth alive.

Here are preview capsules for York-Adams League games this weekend:

FRIDAY’S GAMES

Division I:

York High (2-5 overall, 2-2 league) at South Western (2-5, 2-2), 730 p.m.: These squads may have losing records, but both still have a shot at reaching the District 3-AAAA playoffs, so the Bearcats and Mustangs will battle it out Friday with playoff aspirations on their minds. York High last week won back-to-back games for the first time this season after beginning the year 0-5, while South Western has nearly beaten Central York and Dallastown, the two best teams in York-Adams Division I. This could turn out to be a back-and-forth contest between York High quarterback James Way (932 passing yards, 451 rushing yards, 10 total touchdowns) and South Western signal-caller Brock Geiman (1,124 passing yards, 10 passing touchdowns).

Spring Grove (3-4, 1-3) at Northeastern (3-4, 0-4), 7 p.m.: Both teams are reeling a bit coming into this meeting. Northeastern has dropped four in a row, while Spring Grove has lost two straight and three of its last four. Spring Grove has had trouble this season when opponents slow down its running attack, as was the case again last week when Central held leading rusher Shay Feulmer to a season-low 25 rushing yards. So it’ll be interesting to see how the Rockets do against a Northeastern defense that is second best in the league against the run.

Dallastown (6-1, 4-0) at New Oxford (0-7, 0-4), 7 p.m.: The Wildcats aim to stay perfect in league play to set up a Week 9 match-up at Central York that will likely decide the Division I crown. Dallastown senior running back Addison Quinones has racked up 817 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns thus far. Seniors Dez Jones (189 rushing yards, two touchdowns) and Sharod Wilson (252 rushing yards, three touchdowns) have also proved to be capable back-ups when called upon, as they could be this week if the score becomes lopsided in Dallastown’s favor.

Division II:

York Suburban (3-4, 2-1) at Dover (5-2, 3-0), 7 p.m.: These teams are each coming off losses, Dover in a heartbreaking non-league defeat at Reading and Suburban in a one-sided affair against West York. The Trojans had no answer against the West York run game, which could prove problematic against a Dover team punching out an average of 249 rushing yards a game. The Eagles need to win this one to stay on track in their quest to win back-to-back Division II titles, with a road trip to West York looming next Friday.

Conrad Weiser (5-2) at Gettysburg (6-1, 3-1), 7 p.m.: A match-up between two very good squads with solid running games. Gettysburg has tallied 1,925 total rushing yards to this point, while Conrad Weiser has mashed out 2,028 total rushing yards. On paper, the Warriors have the better defense, having given up 1,239 yards of offense, the second-lowest total in the York-Adams League. Conrad Weiser has allowed 1,938 yards.

Kennard-Dale (1-6, 0-4) at Eastern York (4-3, 1-3), 7 p.m.: Last week, Eastern snapped a three-game losing streak with a 48-0 win at Susquehannock, getting the Knights back on track in their goal to reach the District 3-AAA playoffs. Golden Knights’ running backs David Livelsberger and Lucas Barshinger have combined for 1,484 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns.

Susquehannock (0-7, 0-3) at West York (6-1, 3-0), 7 p.m.: The No. 2 ranked team in the latest District 3-AAA power rankings, West York has outscored opponents 289-93 in its six wins this season. West York quarterback Ross Campbell has passed for 937 yards and seven scores while rushing for 874 yards and 17 touchdowns. Three West York running backs — Noah Bowers, Garrett Stauffer and Cadence Thomas — have each gone for at least 290 rushing yards to this point and combined for 12 total touchdowns. Wide receiver Diego Torres has tallied 484 receiving yards and five touchdowns. Look for any one of those names to have a big night. The Bulldogs have one last warm-up with games looming against Dover and Gettysburg the following two weeks.

Division III:

Bermudian Springs (7-0, 4-0) at York Catholic (5-2, 4-0), 7 p.m.: Two weeks of regular-season games remain after this Friday, but really the winner of this meeting basically gets crowned as the Division III champion, a title Bermudian Springs last held in 2012. York Catholic hasn’t won a division crown since 1992, when the league had 18 teams and two divisions. Bermudian Springs does just about everything right on both sides of the ball, especially running the ball, which will be troublesome for a York Catholic defense allowing an average of 267 rushing yards a clip, the third-worst average in the league. The Irish offense will counter with quarterback Hakeem Kinard, who leads the league in passing yards (1,271) and passing touchdowns (13) and is sixth in the league in rushing yards (767). York Catholic wide receiver Qua’Shawn Grooms is fourth in the league in receiving yards (465).

Biglerville (3-4, 1-3) at Littlestown (2-5, 1-3), 7 p.m.: The District 3-AA tournament takes the top eight teams. And both of these squads are currently on the edge of being in the top eight of the power rankings. So playoff aspirations are on the line here. The Thunderbolts are coming off their first league win of the year and are aiming to make it two in a row. The Canners have lost back-to-back games for the first time this year.

Fairfield (5-2, 3-1) at Delone Catholic (3-4, 2-2), 7 p.m.: Last season, Fairfield finished 6-5 overall, marking the most wins in program history. A victory this Friday would match that total and put the Green Knights on track for an even better season, quite remarkable considering Fairfield didn’t have more than three wins in a season up until a year ago. Quarterback Mason Flickinger (560 passing yards, 205 rushing yards, 16 total touchdowns) will lead the way for Fairfield against a Delone Catholic defense that has given up the third most passing yards in the league.

Saturday’s game:

Division III:

Hanover (1-6, 0-4) at York Tech (1-6, 1-3), 10 a.m.: These teams are about even in every category, except for the passing game, in which Hanover’s 1,144 passing yards are the second most in the league, while York Tech is last in the league in this category. The Spartans instead rely on a running game steered by Nashid Bones (212 rushing yards, two touchdowns), Damarius Wiggins (353 rushing yards, three touchdowns), Jibri Bones (291 rushing yards, three touchdowns) and Kyle Chesnavage (135 rushing yards, one touchdown).

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

Four weeks ago, on a Friday night at Northeastern High School, longtime Central York football coach Brad Livingston stood quietly on the turf field watching his players run through pre-game warm-ups.

At the time, Northeastern was undefeated through the first three weeks of the season. Central, meanwhile, had a big goose egg in the win column. And the Bobcats’ student section made sure to remind the Central players of that moments before the Week 4 match-up.

“It was a great environment. Their student body was sitting down there at the stands at the end and really giving us the raspberries,” Livingston recalled while chatting before practice earlier this week. “I said: ‘Thank you, very much. Keep it going.’ I was smiling inwardly because I knew the boys wouldn’t react to that too well.”

Central York’s Terrance Carter has rushed for 620 yards this season and scored 12 touchdowns. York Dispatch file

Central York’s Terrance Carter has rushed for 620 yards this season and scored 12 touchdowns. (York Dispatch file)
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The Panthers reacted by beating Northeastern, 44-17. As we all know by now, Central hasn’t lost a game since. After the victory over the Bobcats, Central followed up with a 20-13 overtime win against South Western, and road victories at New Oxford, 41-22, and Spring Grove, 38-21. The four-game win streak has Central sitting alongside Dallastown (6-1 overall, 4-0 league) for the top spot in the Division I standings and on track for a shot to repeat as the division champion.

That feat didn’t appear possible when the Panthers began the season by losing out-of-division games to West York (6-1), Cumberland Valley (5-2) and Hempfield (4-3) by a combined score of 91-44.

Turnaround: So what changed these last four games to turn in Central’s favor?

The run game, led by seniors Terrance Carter (620 rushing yards, 12 touchdowns) or Pearson Hinkle (375 rushing yards, six touchdowns), has been relatively solid all year.

Looking at the passing attack, Central has cut down on the number of interceptions but has still been able to put up solid numbers through the air no matter who is at quarterback — sophomore Shannon Valenti (415 passing yards, one touchdown, six interceptions) started the first three weeks before junior Nik Strine (554 passing yards, five touchdowns, one interception) returned from a knee injury and took over the gig in Week 4.

A noticeable difference is the Central defense, which gave up 200-plus rushing yards a game during the first three weeks, but has kept opponents to an average of 128.8 rushing yards the last four weeks. The Panthers have also cut down on penalties, from 60 yards a game the first three weeks versus an average of 44.5 the last four weeks.

“I think the one thing maybe offensively that might be somewhat overlooked, something we put some emphasis on, we try to limit the number of negative plays,” Livingston said. “Early in the season we were having drives that got stopped because we had one or two negative plays in a row. We don’t really have that as much anymore, knock on wood, although we had one play at Spring Grove the other night that ended up third down and 39. That wasn’t too good. But we’re really trying, at least every offensive play we run, it’s either a zero (no gain) or a positive number (gain).”

Gaining experience: Plus, there’s the experience factor. The Panthers pretty much had a brand new starting lineup on both sides of the ball. Only five starters returned on offense and three on defense coming into the year. Maybe getting those first three games under the belts of the new starters contributed to this team turning a corner in Week 4 and not looking back?

“Yes we would’ve loved to have won one, two or three of those first three games, but they were all part of the process,” Livingston said. “Get to Game 4. There we were thinking we’ve gotten everything tightened down and everybody at the right place. So now it’s up to us.”

It’s worth noting all four of Central’s wins have come against teams with losing records, although Northeastern and Spring Grove did have records of .500 or better coming into their games against the Panthers.

Anyway, provided Central gets a win this Friday over Red Lion (4-3, 3-1), the big showdown at Dallastown is the following week in a game that should decide the Division I crown. The Panthers finish out the regular season with a home game against York High (2-5, 2-2). However, Livingston feels his bunch will falter if it gets ahead of itself.

“I think for them, the one thing for sure, beyond a shadow of a doubt, they absolutely, positively cannot get stagnant and get satisfied,” Livingston said of his players. “This is a team that if they don’t get better every week they’re gonna lose a football game or two.”

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK, 505-5406/@YorkSportsGuy

A nail-biter in Dallastown. Littlestown snapping a five-game losing streak. York High winning back-to-back games for the first time all year. Central York continuing its turnaround. And lopsided victories. Plenty to like from Week 7 of high school football action across the York-Adams League. If you haven’t already, check out Friday’s game story of Dallastown’s 28-27 win over South Western, in addition to a moving story about Dallastown High School senior Tristan Schilling, who served as the team’s honorary captain Friday night.

Here are your top York-Adams League performers from Week 7:

Dallastown: A handful of players to give props to here. Workhorse Addison Quinones hung tough despite taking a wicked shot to the back in the first half to finish with a game-high 114 rushing yards and a touchdown. Senior back Sharod Wilson tallied a pair of scores to go along with 91 rushing yards on 17 carries. Then there was the trifecta of Wildcats: Jakob Garrity, Owen Ritter and Jake Jansen. Garrity nabbed an interception in the end zone to prevent South Western from taking a fourth quarter lead. Then Ritter caught his only reception of the night for a 57-yard score down the sidelines to put Dallastown up by a touchdown. And, after South Western scored a touchdown, Jansen blocked the potential game-tying extra-point kick as Dallastown escaped with a 28-27 victory. Crazy to think how things could be very different for Dallastown right now seeing as how the Wildcats beat West York in Week 2 by a point when the Bulldogs’ two-point conversion in the fourth quarter – instead of a game-tying extra-point kick – failed, and on Friday South Western’s game-tying extra-point kick in the final minutes was instead blocked. But good teams usually find a way to win. Less than two weeks until Central York (4-3 overall, 4-0 Division I) comes to town in a game that will likely decide the Division I crown.

South Western QB Brock Geiman: The Mustangs’ junior signal-caller completed 17-of-32 passes for 245 passing yards and a touchdown. With South Western’s proverbial back against the wall, Geiman orchestrated a pair of impressive fourth quarter drives. The first was a 16-play drive that started at South Western’s own 20-yard-line and included four third down conversions and four Geiman passes. South Western got down to the Dallastown 10-yard-line before Geiman was picked off in the end zone. On their next drive, the Mustangs were down by a touchdown with under six minutes to play, and churned out a 13-play, 80-yard scoring drive capped off by Geiman’s 25-yard touchdown pass to Noah Staub in the end zone. The Mustangs (2-5, 2-2 Division I) have plenty to be proud of despite this loss. Three of their losses have come by a touchdown or less. At 2-5 overall, South Western still has a shot at making the district playoffs considering its last three regular season games are winnable ones. If the Mustangs can get to the district playoffs, they would surely be a dangerous 5-5 team.

York High RB-CB Bryshon Sweeney, WR Sae’Quon Whitaker: Whitaker racked up a game-high 146 receiving yards on three catches, one an 82-yard score in the first quarter. Sweeney finished with 57 rushing yards and a score to go along with his 35-yard interception return for a touchdown in the Bearcats’ 20-17 win over visiting Northeastern (3-4, 0-4 Division I). York High (2-5, 2-2 Division I) stayed on track in its goal to reach the district playoffs, now having won back-to-back games after beginning the year 0-5. Up next is a trip to South Western (2-5, 2-2 Division I).

Northeastern RBs Fred Mulbah, Chris Whack: Following a 3-0 start to the year, the Bobcats have now lost four-straight. But they’ve been depleted by injuries, being without top running back Kody Reeser and also now down to their third-string quarterback. So kudos to Northeastern for hanging tough the last few weeks despite those setbacks. This was again the case Friday night in a three-point loss at York High. Whack finished with 91 rushing yards. Mulbah, a freshman, saw his first varsity carries and went for 97 rushing yards on 11 tries.

Dover RB Tyrel Jones: The senior running back entered Friday night with 112 rushing yards on the season. In Dover’s 27-20 non-league loss to Reading (4-3), Jones went for 133 rushing yards and two scores.

Central York defense, RB Terrance Carter: The Panthers’ defense held Spring Grove running back Shay Feulmer to a season-low 25 yards in Central’s 38-21 win over the Rockets. Feulmer entered the game with 707 rushing yards through the first six weeks. Carter, who didn’t play the previous week, had a monster game with two rushing touchdowns, two receiving touchdowns and 140 total yards. Central York stayed perfect in league play, improving to 4-0 in Division I. Its Week 9 trip to Dallastown (6-1, 4-0 Division I) is continuing to look all the more appetizing.

Eastern York RBs David Livelsberger, Lucas Barshinger: This duo again had a stellar night, this time in the Golden Knights’ 48-0 win over Susquehannock, snapping a three-game losing streak. Barshinger totaled 174 rushing yards and four touchdowns while Livelsberger went for 86 rushing yards and a score.

West York: The Bulldogs’ defense held York Suburban to seven points and 157 total yards of offense. The special teams registered a blocked punt return for a score. The offense rolled to 386 total yards and seven touchdowns, as nine players accounted for 345 rushing yards in West York’s 58-7 win over the Trojans (3-4, 2-1 Division II). West York (6-1, 3-0 Division II) has scored at least 41 points in each of its six wins thus far and is averaging 49.6 points over the last five weeks.

Bermudian Springs defense, RB Colton Dull: The Eagles’ defense held Delone Catholic to 65 total yards of offense in a 38-0 win over the Squires. Of note is the fact Bermudian quarterback Ryan Markle, who entered having thrown for 669 passing yards this season, was kept to 30 passing yards Friday night. In addition, Delone Catholic came into this one with the sixth-most rushing yards of the league’s 23 teams, yet could only muster 35 rushing yards against Bermudian Springs. The Eagles’ defense has only surrendered 917 yards of offense to this point, marking the only unit in the whole league that hasn’t given up more than 1,000 yards. Bermudian Springs has also kept opponents to 27 points all season. Taking part in this defensive frenzy Friday, Dull picked off a pass and returned it 23 yards for a score. On the other side, Dull rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns. By remaining perfect in league play, this sets up a Week 8 contest between Bermudian Springs (7-0, 4-0 Division III) and York Catholic (5-2, 4-0 Division III) in a meeting that will decide the Division III crown.

York Catholic QB Hakeem Kinard, RB Jack Burnside, WR Qua’shawn Grooms: Speaking of York Catholic, all three of these guys had stellar games in the 41-10 Irish win at Biglerville (3-4 overall, 1-3 Division III). Kinard, a senior, passed for 265 yards, rushed for 149 yards and accounted for three York Catholic touchdowns. Burnside entered this game with 124 rushing yards and three touchdowns on the year. The senior back about doubled those totals on Friday, rushing for 109 yards and tallying three touchdowns against the Canners. Grooms had a game-high 137 receiving yards on four catches, two of them for scores.

Littlestown RBs Lucas Reynolds, Zach Brown: The Thunderbolts snapped a five-game losing streak with a 49-20 win at Hanover. Reynolds and Brown provided the damage, combining for 246 rushing yards and four touchdowns.

Hanover WR Dylan Krieger: Krieger hauled in 133 receiving yards, ran for 83 rushing yards and scored twice in the 49-20 loss to Littlestown.

Gettysburg offense: Eleven touchdowns and 579 yards of total offense. Eleven different ball carriers combining for 531 rushing yards. This pretty much sums up the story in Gettysburg’s 85-12 win at Kennard-Dale. It’s the most points any York-Adams League team has put in a single game this season. The 85 points was also the most scored of any team across the state Friday night – the next closest was West Middlesex beating Youngsville, 80-6.

2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS
Division I Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Central York 4 0 4 3 187 164 23
Dallastown 4 0 6 1 170 106 64
Red Lion 3 1 4 3 116 151 -35
South Western 2 2 2 5 191 208 -17
York High 2 2 2 5 118 163 -45
Spring Grove 1 3 3 4 166 127 39
New Oxford 0 4 0 7 84 228 -144
Northeastern 0 4 3 4 143 147 -4
Division II Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Dover 3 0 5 2 154 119 35
West York 3 0 6 1 309 114 195
Gettysburg 3 1 6 1 322 100 222
York Suburban 2 1 3 4 148 190 -42
Eastern York 1 3 4 3 207 123 84
Susquehannock 0 3 0 7 51 305 -254
Kennard-Dale 0 4 1 6 69 309 -240
Division III Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Bermudian Springs 4 0 7 0 273 27 246
York Catholic 4 0 5 2 231 145 86
Fairfield 3 1 5 2 158 145 13
Delone Catholic 2 2 3 4 173 177 -4
Biglerville 1 3 3 4 107 140 -33
Littlestown 1 3 2 5 149 241 -92
York Tech 1 3 1 6 72 185 -113
Hanover 0 4 1 6 121 244 -123
2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS
Division I Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Central York 3 0 3 3 149 143 6
Dallastown 3 0 5 1 142 79 63
Red Lion 2 1 3 3 95 144 -49
South Western 2 1 2 4 164 180 -16
Spring Grove 1 2 3 3 145 89 56
York High 1 2 1 5 98 146 -48
New Oxford 0 3 0 6 77 207 -130
Northeastern 0 3 3 3 126 127 -1
Division II Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Dover 3 0 4 2 134 92 42
West York 2 0 5 1 251 107 144
York Suburban 2 0 3 3 141 132 9
Gettysburg 2 1 5 1 237 88 149
Susquehannock 0 2 0 6 51 257 -206
Eastern York 0 3 3 3 159 123 36
Kennard-Dale 0 3 1 5 57 224 -167
Division III Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Bermudian Springs 3 0 6 0 235 27 208
York Catholic 3 0 4 2 190 135 55
Delone Catholic 2 1 3 3 173 139 34
Fairfield 2 1 4 2 124 137 -13
Biglerville 1 2 3 3 97 99 -2
York Tech 1 2 1 5 64 151 -87
Hanover 0 3 1 5 101 195 -94
Littlestown 0 3 1 5 100 221 -121

By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

York High quarterback James Way looks for a receiver during practice earlier this week. Way has passed for 778 yards and rushed for 428 yards this season.

York High quarterback James Way looks for a receiver during practice earlier this week. Way has passed for 778 yards and rushed for 428 yards this season. The Bearcats face Northeastern Friday night. (BILL KALINA — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
York High head coach Shawn Heinold directs his players during practice earlier this week. Heinold believes his Bearcats, who are 1-5, should be 6-0 this

York High head coach Shawn Heinold directs his players during practice earlier this week. Heinold believes his Bearcats, who are 1-5, should be 6-0 this season. (BILL KALINA — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)

Some may have been caught off guard a few days ago when York High coach Shawn Heinold told The York Dispatch he felt his football team should be 6-0 instead of 1-5.

Heinold made the comments less than 24 hours removed from the Bearcats’ 21-17 upset win over Spring Grove, marking York High’s first victory six weeks into the season.

“We should be 6-0. That’s how strong I feel about our team,” Heinold had said by phone last Saturday. “We help so many of our teams (opponents) beat us. We give them turnovers. We give them penalties. Unfortunately we’re 1-5. It is what it is. We should be 6-0.”

A closer look at the Bearcats’ struggles, though, reveals Heinold is not full of hot air. Just go back to Week 1, a 26-25 loss to Reading (3-3). Had they converted on a pair of missed extra-point kicks or even the one failed two-point conversion, the Bearcats would’ve started the year with a win.

In Week 2, a 28-21 loss to McCaskey (2-4), York High had two extra-point kicks blocked but still held a one-touchdown lead in the fourth quarter before McCaskey returned an interception for a touchdown and then scored on a 55-yard run with 1:32 to play.

In Week 4, the Bearcats missed an extra-point attempt and failed on a two-point conversion, while officials also whistled York High for a season-high 11 penalties for 83 yards, and the Bearcats lost by just a point, 13-12, to Red Lion (3-3 overall, 2-1 York-Adams League).

“The kicking game was a big issue for us coming into last week,” Heinold said Monday before the start of practice. “We were able to convert all three extra-points last week, which is huge for us. You put all those things together and that kind of sums up why we’ve come up short in a lot of our games.”

Having entered this season with 14 returning starters, the Bearcats (1-5 overall, 1-2) have also had to deal with occasionally being down a player or two because of a mix of reasons.

“Just various circumstances that prevented us from getting that cohesiveness, but the last two weeks it seems to have been coming together pretty well,” Heinold said.

Get those players back and on the right page, make a defensive stop here and there, clear an extra-point kick or two through the uprights and clean up on a few penalties and we’d be talking about a much different season for York High right now, perhaps a winning one. Heinold knows this. It was just a matter of his team finally clicking, which is what happened last Friday against Spring Grove (3-3, 1-2).

“Our senior leadership is really starting to re-establish itself,” he said. “That was evident on Friday.”

Comeback: The Bearcats trailed the Rockets, 17-7, in the fourth quarter. Given the previous five weeks, York High was expected to fold it up right there. Instead, the Bearcats scored a pair of fourth-quarter TDs and held Spring Grove scoreless the rest of the way. York High also had a season low in penalty yards (30).

“We could’ve easily shut down and gave in,” Heinold said. “They kept their composure and played well and finished strong.”

Like any game, though, one win or one loss does not make a season. Now the Bearcats will have to prove last Friday wasn’t a fluke. It’ll start this Friday night at home against Northeastern (3-3, 0-3), a team that enters on a three-game losing streak.

York High will certainly have the advantage in skill players, with quarterback James Way (778 passing yards, 428 rushing yards, nine total touchdowns) and do-it-all Bryshon Sweeney (483 rushing yards, 222 receiving yards, seven touchdowns).

A York-Adams Division I title is out of the picture at this point. But York High still has a shot — even if it’s a distant one — of making the District 3-AAAA playoffs. To get there, though, the Bearcats will have to win out the rest of the way, perhaps a feasible objective considering their last four regular-season opponents have a combined record of 8-16.

“Absolutely,” Heinold said when asked if that’s still an attainable destination for his team. “That is our goal.”

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

Dallastown quarterback Cade Gold hauls back for a pass against Northeastern on Friday. Gold and the Wildcats will take on South Western on Friday night.

Dallastown quarterback Cade Gold hauls back for a pass against Northeastern on Friday. Gold and the Wildcats will take on South Western on Friday night. Dallastown is 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in York-Adams Division I. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
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Here are the Week 7 preview capsules on games involving York-Adams League teams this weekend. All games start at 7 p.m.:

Friday’s games:

South Western (2-4 overall, 2-1 league) at Dallastown (5-1, 3-0): The Mustangs have been dangerous offensively all season. Their 27.3 points-a-game average through six weeks is tops in Division I. The only question was whether South Western’s defense could stop anyone. Well, the last two weeks that unit has seemed to turn a corner, holding Central York to 13 points in regulation two weeks ago and keeping Red Lion scoreless last Friday. If the momentum continues this Friday, don’t be surprised if South Western hands Dallastown its first league loss. The Wildcats are big up front, have a grueling ground game and a stifling defense, holding opponents to 13.2 points a game, the second-best clip in the league. Should be a good one in Dallastown this Friday.

Central York (3-0, 3-3) at Spring Grove (3-3, 1-2): Central is riding a three-game win streak and aiming to keep its hopes of winning a second straight Division I title alive. Spring Grove is looking to bounce back from last week’s upset at York High. The Rockets are solid in the run game with Shay Feulmer (707 rushing yards, 10 rushing touchdowns) but will have to develop more of a passing attack after being held to 45 yards through the air in last week’s loss to the Bearcats. It’ll be interesting to see if the return of top wide receiver Logan Hall makes a difference there. Hall has missed the last 10 quarters of action for Spring Grove with a sprained ankle but is expected to be back this Friday. The Spring Grove defense will have to find a way to slow down a well-balanced Central York offense that has averaged 35 points a game the last three weeks.

West York (5-1, 2-0) at York Suburban (3-3, 2-0): Most everyone involved with these two programs likely know this is the first meeting for second-year Suburban coach Jeremy Jones against his former team. Jones served as West York’s offensive coordinator before taking the Trojans’ gig. But did you also know the parents of quarterback Ross Campbell (798 rushing yards, 896 passing yards, 22 total touchdowns) previously lived in the Suburban school district before having a home built in West York several years ago? Or that Campbell’s mom, Karen, is a York Suburban Middle School teacher? The Trojans’ defense is holding opponents to 205.2 total yards of offense a game, the third-best mark in the league. This unit will have to find a way to slow West York’s lethal running attack if the Trojans have any hopes of pulling off the upset and snapping the Bulldogs’ four-game win streak.

Delone Catholic (3-3 overall, 2-1 league) at Bermudian Springs (6-0, 3-0): The Squires are keeping opposing teams to 99.7 rushing yards a clip, the second-best average in the league behind Bermudian Springs. This is a relevant stat considering the Eagles have the second-most rushing yards (1,962) in the league, so we’ll see if the Delone Catholic run defense makes any difference this Friday. The Bermudian Springs’ defense, meanwhile, hasn’t allowed a point since Week 4, not a good sign for a Delone Catholic team that scored a season-low 18 points in last week’s win over Biglerville.

York Catholic (4-2, 3-0) at Biglerville (3-3, 1-2): In York Catholic’s 56-18 win over Littlestown last week, Irish senior Hakeem Kinard became the first quarterback in the league this season to surpass the 1,000-yard barrier in passing. His 11 passing touchdowns also lead the league. York Catholic is on a three-game win streak and will look to make it four in a row with a big Division III game looming the following week against undefeated Bermudian Springs.

Dover (4-2, 3-0) at Reading (3-3): Running backs Durran Ledbetter (519 rushing yards, six touchdowns) and John Sterner (343 rushing yards, five touchdowns) will steer the Eagles offense as Dover goes for its fourth win in a row in this non-league road game. That shouldn’t be too much trouble for a Dover running attack averaging 246 rushing yards a game against a Reading defense allowing 360 rushing yards a clip.

Eastern York (3-3, 0-3) at Susquehannock (0-6, 0-2): The Division II title may be out of the picture for the Golden Knights after having lost three straight games, so now Eastern will turn its attention to securing a District 3-AAA playoff berth, a very realistic goal considering its next four opponents have a combined record of 7-17. Look for the Knights’ lethal running attack to do some damage this Friday. The Warriors are allowing a league-worst 317 rushing yards a game.

York Tech (1-5, 1-2) at Fairfield (4-2, 2-1): An interesting matchup here considering York Tech has the edge statistically in total offense, rushing offense, total defense and passing defense. The Spartans only issue is generating points. If York Tech fixes that problem, the Spartans could pull the upset here. With Fairfield, though, there’s a feeling of throwing out the stats. The Green Knights have found way to win four times this season, with three of the victories coming by four points or less.

Littlestown (1-5, 0-3) at Hanover (1-5, 0-3): This one’s a coin flip. Both teams have a decent passing game and solid passing defense while sitting in the bottom third of the league in just about every other major statistical category. Littlestown has shockingly lost five in a row. Hanover has lost four in a row, although the Nighthawks have hung tough in three of their five losses this season. One would think the Thunderbolts could finally break through here. Then again, if the Nighthawks want to avenge all those blowouts to Littlestown from previous years, this would be their best shot.

Gettysburg (5-1, 2-1) at Kennard-Dale (1-5, 0-3): Warriors’ senior running back Lane Sherman had 228 rushing yards in the first five weeks then exploded for 154 rushing yards and two scores in last week’s win over Eastern. He’s one of six Gettysburg players with more than 100 rushing yards to this point. That list includes quarterback Jake Myers, who has also passed for 663 yards and seven scores.

Saturday’s game:

New Oxford (0-6, 0-3) at Red Lion (3-3, 2-1): Red Lion relies on the run game to be successful. And last week the Lions were held to a season-low 57 rushing yards, leading to a 20-0 loss to South Western. The Lions will try to rebound this week against a New Oxford defense that’s near the bottom of the league in rushing yards allowed. This game will cap off an all-day football event at Horn Field, with a few youth football games being played there throughout the day leading up to the varsity game at night.

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK, 505-5406/@YorkSportsGuy

York High quarterback James Way, left, in the Bearcats’ game against Northeastern last Friday. Way is currently averaging 7.4 yards a carry this

York High quarterback James Way, left, in the Bearcats’ game against Northeastern last Friday. Way is currently averaging 7.4 yards a carry this season. (JOHN PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
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Looking at York High’s upset of Spring Grove, 21-17, from Friday night, it appears on paper as though the plan of attack was to shut down the pass and bend but don’t break when it came to handling the Spring Grove run attack while offensively hoping for a few big plays to break open.

Of course, it wasn’t that simple. Rather, head coach Shawn Heinold said there were a couple adjustments his club made against the Rockets (3-3 overall, 1-2 Division I) on Friday.

“Through watching film we thought they were more of an outside threat (running the ball) than anything else,” Heinold said by phone Saturday. “They proved to be an inside threat. At halftime we adjusted and took away the inside.”

Offensively, the Bearcats saw a miss-match and took advantage of it by getting 166 of their 301 total yards through the air.

“They played man-to-man coverage on our outside receivers,” Heinold said. “We had to make them pay for that.”

It led to the Bearcats’ come-from-behind victory, taking the top headline Friday from York-Adams League action as York High (1-5 overall, 1-2 Division I) earned its first win of the year. Looking at their schedule to this point, it’s easy to feel bad for the Bearcats. There’s the one-point losses to Reading (3-3) and Red Lion (3-3) and the seven-point loss to a 2-4 McCaskey team that beat a good Hempfield (3-3) program two weeks ago.

“We should be 5-1,” Heinold said.

He then paused, almost as if to correct himself, to say another record.

“We should be 6-0. That’s how strong I feel about our team,” he said. “We help so many of our teams (opponents) beat us. We give them turnovers. We give them penalties. Unfortunately we’re 1-5. It is what it is. We should be 6-0.”

So what’s been the issue for a club that has a ton of talent and was expected to at least be in the conversation for the better teams of Division I but instead began the year 0-5?

“Well a lot of it has to do with inconsistency. We have kids, either through academics or behavior, we have some distractions on the team ultimately. When you do stuff like that it causes alterations on your team,” Heinold said. “I guess the bottom line really is we finally got a group that’s bought into ‘Don’t listen to the negativity and just find a way to win.'”

The Bearcats will have to win out to make the district playoffs, a very real possibility with remaining games against a three-win Northeastern club on a three-game losing streak, a two-win South Western squad, a winless New Oxford program and Central York – the Week 10 matchup being the obvious toughest matchup of the bunch. But Heinold feels his club could win every game if it doesn’t help the other team.

“That’s how we approach it. Stop shooting yourself in the foot. If we do those things we’re dangerous,” he said. “The Spring Grove coach (Russ Stoner) said we were the most dangerous 0-5 team in the state. We really are if we decide to play four quarters together and not kill ourselves with penalties and turnovers.”

Here’s your top York-Adams League performers from Week 6:

York High QB James Way: The 2013 Division I Player of the Year rushed for 162 yards, passed for 135 yards and scored three touchdowns in the Bearcats’ 21-17 upset over Spring Grove. Two of Way’s scores came in the fourth quarter, with a 13-yard run pulling York High to within 17-14 with six minutes to play and 67-yard run putting the Bearcats in front with 3:08 remaining. For the season, Way now has 778 passing yards and 428 rushing yards.

Spring Grove run game: Led by senior Shay Feulmer (154 rushing yards), the Rockets used a total of five players to combine for 297 rushing yards and two touchdowns, both by junior quarterback Nick Erickson, who rushed for 69 yards. Feulmer’s 707 rushing yards so far this season is the fifth-highest individual total of any running back in the league. The Rockets now have to prep for a Central York team on a three-game win streak. On the bright side, they should get top wide receiver Logan Hall (sprained ankle) back next Friday. Hall (175 receiving yards, one touchdown this season) has sat out the last two weeks.

South Western defense, QB Brock Geiman, WR Andrew Hartlaub: The Mustangs went into Red Lion and held the home team to 110 total yards of offense in a 20-0 win. It’s quite a remarkable performance for a defense that has seemed to turn a corner after giving up an average of 40 points in the first four weeks. First, they kept Central to 13 points in regulation in last week’s 20-13 overtime loss. Then they held an opponent scoreless Friday for the first time all year. On the other side of the ball Friday, Geiman, a junior, completed 9-of-12 passes for 263 yards and two touchdowns, including an 82-yarder to sophomore Andrew Hartlaub, who finished with two catches for 88 receiving yards. Geiman (872 passing yards) and Hartlaub (358 receiving yards) have the fourth-highest individual totals in passing and receiving yards in the league, respectively. Hartlaub is also tied for the second-most touchdowns (11) in the league.

Dallastown RB Addison Quinones: The senior running back put up a game-high 163 rushing yards and three scores in the Wildcats’ 35-0 win over a depleted Northeastern team. It’s the first time this season the Wildcats’ defense pitched a shutout, as Dallastown improved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in Division I.

Northeastern RB Chris Whack: The Bobcats entered Week 6 with junior quarterback Marcus Josey already done for the year with an injury and backup quarterback Blake Einsig and junior running back Kody Reeser each sitting out this week with injuries. As a result, Whack was relied upon to carry the load for Northeastern in a 35-0 loss to visiting Dallastown. And the sophomore back went for a team-high 93 rushing yards. It’s the first time this year Northeastern (3-3, 0-3 Division I) didn’t score a point.

Central York FB Pearson Hinkle, WR Jeremiah Dadeboe: After starting the year 0-3, the Panthers are now 3-3 overall after beating New Oxford, 41-22, to win their third-straight game. They did so Friday behind the efforts of seniors Pearson Hinkle (157 rushing yards, four touchdowns) and Jeremiah Dadeboe (39 rushing yards, 56 receiving yards) – senior running back Terrance Carter (518 rushing yards, eight touchdowns this season) did not play. Central (3-3, 3-0 Division I) now enters a critical stretch of games against Spring Grove (3-3, 1-2 Division I), Red Lion (3-3, 2-1 Division I) and Dallastown (5-1, 3-0 Division I), with the regular season capped off with a home game against a dangerous York High club. We’ll find out just how much the Panthers have improved considering their three wins this year came against teams with a combined record of 5-13.

New Oxford RB Hunter Ringrose: The senior fullback tallied a team-high 93 rushing yards. The Colonials have yet to find a break this season considering two of their losses were by one score and on Friday entered the fourth quarter down by just six points before Central pulled away.

Division II:

York Suburban: Cheers all around to the Trojans (3-3, 2-0 Division II) in the 37-7 win over Susquehannock (0-6, 0-2). The defense forced a safety and held the Warriors to 122 total yards of offense. Junior running back Dajour Henderson went for 172 rushing yards on only 12 carries. Running back Liam McWilliams (38 rushing yards) and receivers Jimmy Daglaris (35 receiving yards) and Collin Mailman (55 receiving yards) each accounted for a touchdown. And junior quarterback Thomas Merkle passed for 151 yards, rushed for 36 yards and had three total touchdowns. After being held scoreless in the first two weeks of the season, Suburban has averaged 35.3 points a game over the last four weeks. The Trojans’ third-straight win sets up a Week 7 home showdown with West York (5-1, 2-0), who is also undefeated in Division II.

West York offense: In a 42-18 non-league win over visiting Pius X (4-2), West York (5-1, 2-0) accumulated 598 total yards of offense. Senior quarterback Ross Campbell finished with 228 rushing yards on only 10 carries, three of them for touchdowns, while also passing for 128 yards and a score. Sophomore Cadence Thomas tallied 110 rushing yards, including a 60-yard score in the fourth quarter. And junior Ryan Narber rushed for 45 yards and brought down a pair of catches for 80 yards, including a 59-yard score on a shovel pass from Campbell in West York’s opening drive of the game. Through six weeks, the Bulldogs lead the league in points scored (251) and rushing yards (2,052), and in total offense (2,982 yards) and fourth in passing yards (930).

Gettysburg RB Lane Sherman: The senior back totaled 152 rushing yards and two scores in the Warriors’ 24-7 win over visiting Eastern York (3-3, 0-3 Division II). The Warriors’ defense held Eastern to a season-low seven points – the Gettysburg defense for the year has now held an opponent to seven points or less four times.

Eastern York RBs David Livelsberger, Lucas Barshinger: Good bounce-back performance from Livelsberger, a senior who was held to a season-low 52 rushing yards in a Week 5 loss to Dover, 28-12. Livelsberger rushed for 125 yards on Friday night. The Golden Knights were tied with Gettysburg (5-1, 2-1 Division II) at halftime but went on to lose their third-straight, this one by a final score of 24-7. Senior Lucas Barshinger (75 rushing yards) had Eastern’s lone score. Despite having lost three-straight, the Golden Knights still have a good shot at the playoffs considering they have games remaining against Susquehannock (0-6), Kennard-Dale (1-5), Pine Grove (3-3) and York Suburban (3-3). They’ll aim to get back on the winning track next week with a trip out to Glen Rock to take on the Warriors.

Dover run game: The Eagles put up 326 rushing yards in a 34-14 win over visiting Kennard-Dale. And it was once again running backs Durran Ledbetter (94 rushing yards, one touchdown) and John Sterner (84 rushing yards, one touchdown) and quarterback Kenyon Hoopes (66 rushing yards, 67 passing yards, two total touchdowns) streering the way. Dover’s 34 points matches a season-high (the Eagles beat Shippensburg, 34-13, in Week 1).

Division III:

York Catholic QB Hakeem Kinard, WR-DB Qua’Shawn Grooms: Kinard completed 8-of-11 passes for 140 yards and a touchdown while running for 101 yards and a score in the 56-18 Irish win over Littlestown (1-5 overall, 0-3 Division III). Kinard became the first York-Adams League quarterback to throw for more than 1,000 yards this season as the senior QB has a league-high 1,006 passing yards to this point. His 11 passing touchdowns also lead the league. On offense, Grooms had game-highs in receptions (four) and receiving yards (55) while defensively making a big play with a 45-yard interception return for a score. The 328 receiving yards by Grooms through the first six weeks of the season is the fifth-highest individual total in the league.

Littlestown RBs Zach Brown and Lucas Reynolds: Brown rushed for 125 yards and a touchdown while Reynolds amassed 126 rushing yards and 31 receiving yards.

Hanover QB Kyle Krout, WR Dylan Krieger: Krout, a junior, completed 10-of-19 passes for 181 yards, with 114 of those going to Krieger, a senior. Krout tossed two touchdown passes in the Nighthawks’ 18-14 loss to Fairfield (4-2, 2-1 Division III). The Green Knights were held to 195 total yards of offense but still found a way to win. It’s the third time this season Fairfield has won a game by four points or less. Hanover dropped to 1-5 overall and 0-3 in Division III, but the four-point loss was the lowest margin of defeat for the Nighthawks this year.

Delone Catholic run game: The Squires used six players to amass 264 rushing yards in a 18-6 win over visiting Biglerville (3-3, 1-2 Division III). Leading the way were senior Jake Kadis (120 rushing yards, one touchdown), junior Tavian Dorsey (91 rushing yards) and sophomore Alex Little (64 rushing yards). Not sure if this means anything, but Delone Catholic scored a season-low 18 points in this one but also held an opponent to a season-low six points.

Bermudian Springs RBs Briton Shelton and Colton Dull: Shelton went for a game-high 137 rushing yards and a touchdown while Dull racked up 102 rushing yards and a score as the Eagles (6-0, 3-0 Division III) stayed perfect with a 46-0 win over York Tech (1-5, 1-2). Dull (720 rushing yards this season) and Shelton (711 rushing yards) are the No. 3 and No. 4 top ballcarriers in the league in individual rushing to this point.

2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS
Division I Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Central York 3 0 3 3 149 143 6
Dallastown 3 0 5 1 142 79 63
Red Lion 2 1 3 3 95 144 -49
South Western 2 1 2 4 164 180 -16
Spring Grove 1 2 3 3 145 89 56
York High 1 2 1 5 98 146 -48
New Oxford 0 3 0 6 77 207 -130
Northeastern 0 3 3 3 126 127 -1
Division II Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Dover 3 0 4 2 134 92 42
West York 2 0 5 1 251 107 144
York Suburban 2 0 3 3 141 132 9
Gettysburg 2 1 5 1 237 88 149
Susquehannock 0 2 0 6 51 257 -206
Eastern York 0 3 3 3 159 123 36
Kennard-Dale 0 3 1 5 57 224 -167
Division III Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Bermudian Springs 3 0 6 0 235 27 208
York Catholic 3 0 4 2 190 135 55
Delone Catholic 2 1 3 3 173 139 34
Fairfield 2 1 4 2 124 137 -13
Biglerville 1 2 3 3 97 99 -2
York Tech 1 2 1 5 64 151 -87
Hanover 0 3 1 5 101 195 -94
Littlestown 0 3 1 5 100 221 -121

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