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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
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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.

By JOHN WALK and DICK VANO’LINDA
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West York quarterback Ross Campbell has been running away from a lot of opposing defenses this season. He has 1,015 rushing yards.

West York quarterback Ross Campbell has been running away from a lot of opposing defenses this season. He has 1,015 rushing yards. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
West York quarterback Ross Campbell has thrown for 1,415 yards and 13 touchdowns this season.

West York quarterback Ross Campbell has thrown for 1,415 yards and 13 touchdowns this season. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)
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On a Saturday around noon four weeks ago, Ross Campbell’s West York football gear sat on the driveway next to his parents’ home, airing out from the night before.

Ross and the Bulldogs had just picked up a 42-18 non-league victory over Pius X in Week 6 of the high school football season.

There were the white cleats, the white pants and blue jersey with white lettering and the white helmet with the blue stripe down the middle and blue No. 3 on the side. It’s a number that most opposing defenders likely remember passing them in a blur this fall. Campbell has piled up 1,015 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns from the Bulldogs’ quarterback position, where he’s also thrown for 1,415 yards and 13 touchdowns, leading West York to an 8-1 overall record and a No. 2 ranking in the latest District 3-AAA power ratings. The Bulldogs have already clinched at least a tie for the York-Adams Division II title and can win it outright with a victory over Gettysburg on Friday night.

It will mark one of the final games of Ross Campbell’s career. Following in the footsteps of his two older brothers at West York, the senior signal-caller will get closer to the end of an era that began nearly a decade ago in 2006 — a span that has featured a Campbell playing for the Bulldogs each year. Most West York fans know that, though. What others might not know, however, is that the Campbells have had an impact on York County sports stretching back more than six decades, beginning with Ross’ grandfather, Bill, at York Catholic in the late 1940s, and his father, Steve, at York Catholic in the 1970s.

It was on that Saturday four weeks ago when Steve Campbell, his wife, Karen, and their three boys sat down to chat a bit about that history and a lot about what has led to Ross becoming one of the best players in all of York County and the York-Adams League this season.

‘A legendary moment': Steve Campbell never had the opportunity to spend a lot of time with his father.

William “Bill” Campbell passed away when Steve was only 15.

While their time together was relatively short, Bill Campbell had a strong impact on his son’s life — especially during Steve’s growing years.

“Dad was an inspiration for me,” Steve Campbell said.

“Not his words, but as a kid growing up in the neighborhood, I played sports like every other kid, and I was certainly well aware of his career.”

Bill Campbell’s basketball career at York Catholic featured one unforgettable basket —Campbell’s game-winning, three-quarters-court shot that won a state championship in 1948.

“That’s a legendary moment,” Steve Campbell said. “It was a situation where he made a 55-foot shot when time was running out. Bang, it went in, and York Catholic won the game.”

The Fighting Irish scored a 44-42 victory over St. Mary’s (Pa.) to win the Pennsylvania Catholic Interscholastic Athletic Association Class B title.

Bill Campbell also played football for York Catholic. He began his career as a running back, but switched to quarterback and was known more for his play at the latter position.

The Fighting Irish, a member of the Central Penn Catholic League at the time, compiled a 7-3 record in his junior year.

When Steve Campbell signed up for football at York Catholic nearly three decades later, he selected running back — partly as a tribute to his dad, but also as Campbell explained, that with his size, “I certainly couldn’t be a lineman.”

Asked about his career, Campbell said modestly, “I was average.”

Campbell’s three sons have followed in their father’s and grandfather’s cleats by playing high school football — at West York.

Blake, Class of 2009, was a first-team York-Adams Division II All-Star at defensive end in 2007, and a second-team selection at wide receiver (2007) and defensive end (2008).

Brett, Class of 2011, earned first-team honors as a wide receiver in 2010 by catching 56 passes for 1,052 yards (18.8 average) and scoring 18 touchdowns in his senior season.

Ross: Look at life through Ross Campbell’s eyes for a second when considering all of this information. He’s had to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather, father and two older brothers, all of whom have been successful in high school athletics in York County.

Then add in the fact that Ross took over the West York QB gig, a position that’s played a vital role in the Bulldogs’ success over the years. More recently, in 2012, Brett Kinneman completed 52 percent of his passes for 1,617 yards and 19 touchdowns to just five interceptions, while also rushing for 533 yards and 12 touchdowns. More importantly, Kinneman led the Bulldogs to a perfect 13-0 record before losing in the District 3-AAA title game.

Before Kinneman, there was Kaden Hepler, who is now playing baseball at NCAA Division I Winthrop University. In Hepler’s two years as the West York signal-caller, the Bulldogs went a combined 21-4 and twice appeared in districts, reaching the semifinals in 2011. In those two seasons, Hepler completed 56.4 percent of his passes for 3,319 yards and 37 touchdowns to 15 interceptions.

Sure, it’s nowhere near the pressure the children of Peyton Manning or LeBron James will one day face, but Ross has had a high bar to measure up to.

“Honestly filling shoes, I’ve never felt that way. I’ve never felt like I’ve need to hold myself up to a certain standard,” Ross Campbell said. “It was more of just making sure you’re working hard and trying to be a leader and a role model to your teammates and play your game.”

Not everything has come easy to Ross, either. His varsity career got off to a rocky start when he took over the West York quarterback job coming into the 2013 season. Like many of his teammates, Campbell was young and still learning. As a result, West York lost its first five games before eventually turning a corner in Week 6, going on to win four of the last five and just missing the playoffs.

“I would say it probably took him until Week 6 of last year when I started seeing the game slow down for him,” West York coach Ron Miller said. “He would take off out of the pocket immediately. All of a sudden that started slowing down. He was overwhelmed at first, but by Week 6 that stopped. That Week 6 game we stopped huddling. We did away with huddling and tried to go as fast as we can. When we eliminated the thinking of it and let them go out and play, that’s where we saw the difference.”

What makes him go: There are plenty of other factors that have helped mold Ross into the standout QB he has become.

Although he can throw when needed — as evidenced by his 320 passing yards in last week’s 51-0 win over Dover — Ross is known more for his legs than his arm. He believes his agility, explosiveness and speed come, in part, from his years spent playing soccer as a youngster.

The Campbell parents didn’t let their boys play football until the seventh grade. But once Ross put on a helmet and pads, he was a quarterback from the outset, first starting for the freshman team as a seventh grader when Kinneman went down with a broken collarbone. Campbell’s eighth-grade team went undefeated, resulting in Campbell the following year being Miller’s first freshman call-up to practice with the varsity — and learn from Hepler — in 2011.

“We got to see them play on a Saturday, the eighth graders,” Miller recalled of seeing Ross as an eighth grader. “My goodness. I could not believe what I was watching. Speed. How hard they hit. I was like ‘Wow.’ They were just so good. They were undefeated their eighth-grade year. Now looking back at it, Ross was having the same kind of year in eighth grade as he is this season.”

Ross played lacrosse from seventh grade through ninth grade but dropped that to take up running track, where he’s worked on all aspects of his speed while competing in the 400 and 800 runs.

On the football field, Campbell has also had the luxury of running behind a speedy, experienced and intelligent offensive line.

“Yeah, we are small and I hope it doesn’t come back to get us here in weeks coming up, but we’re highly intelligent,” Miller said of his O-line. “Even Ian Licht is our tight end and he’s an honor roll student. When you have smart kids you’re able to do things scheme-wise and do things on the fly.”

Let’s also not forget perhaps the most important part of Campbell’s success — playing for an accomplished coach such as Miller. In nine seasons at West York, Miller has compiled a 84-24 record, steering the Bulldogs to the District 3-AAA Tournament six of the last eight years, reaching the semifinals four times (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012), the title game twice (2008, 2012) and winning it in once (2008).

Aside from going no-huddle, Miller said he hasn’t made any changes to his offense to adjust to Ross’ skill set.

“Whereas Kinneman could get us 20 to 35 yards (on a rushing attempt), Ross has the ability to get to the next level,” Miller said. “He’ll take a 20-yard run and make it an 80-yard run. If you go back and look at our play calls, it’s not that much different.”

Gettysburg: Chatting with Karen Campbell recently, she noted Ross was a bit upset that this story would run before the season is officially over. Ross feels he’s far from having tied a bow on his football career.

But it’s not because he plans to play college football — the 5-foot, 10-inch, 135-pound Ross understands he doesn’t have the type of body wanted by big-time college football programs, such as 6-foot-2, 275-pound lineman Brody Kern, a 2012 West York grad who’s now playing at Delaware University.

“Yeah. I’ve always said from the start I’m not really looking to pursue that,” Ross said. “My height and weight is obviously the first thing that’s stopping me from doing that.”

It’s why these final weeks of the high school football season mean so much to Ross. Like most of his teammates and opposing players, these are the last opportunities of Ross’ life that he’ll get to compete on the gridiron.

And he’s aiming to go out on a high note, starting with helping his Bulldogs capture the York-Adams Division II title this Friday at Gettysburg (8-1 overall, 4-1 league).

There’s plenty riding on this matchup. A West York loss and the Bulldogs not only have to split the division crown with Gettysburg, but they’ll also likely drop from their No. 2 ranking in the District 3-AAA playoff bracket, with the tournament starting the following week.

Plus, this is the first meeting of West York and Gettysburg since Nov. 16, 2007, when the Warriors beat the Bulldogs in the District 3-AAA quarterfinals, 33-28, on the way to reaching the district title game. Miller was only in his second year as the West York coach back then. On media day this past August, Miller candidly recalled his displeasure with that defeat seven years ago.

It’s also a loss that Ross’ older brother, Brett, still remembers. In particular, Brett hasn’t forgotten about a controversial holding penalty West York was whistled for late in the game that resulted in a Bulldogs’ touchdown being called back.

“It was like an 86-yard touchdown run from scrimmage and someone hit their (Gettysburg’s) safety in the open field,” Brett Campbell recalled. “Hit him square on but ran him over and they called it holding because the guy tackled him.”

Oldest brother, Blake, actually played in the game.

“I remember him (Blake) coming home after that game in tears because there was a controversial call that was against them,” Ross recalled. “I know he’ll never forget that.”

Ross hasn’t forgotten about it, either.

“I’m excited to go there again,” Ross said of Gettysburg. “I expect him (Blake) to be at that game. A little payback.”

— Reach Dick VanO’Linda and John Walk at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

By STEVE HEISER
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It’s going to be an nervous week for a number of York-Adams League football teams.

With just one week left in the regular season, a number of local schools are sitting on the bubble of making the District 3 playoffs.

In starts in Class AAAA, where Red Lion (6-3) sits at No. 14 in the power ratings. The top 16 teams make the AAAA field. The Lions, however, face a daunting final-week foe in arch-rival Dallastown (8-1). The Wildcats have already locked up a district berth and sit at No. 5 in the most recent ratings. Dallastown, however, still has a lot to play for on Friday night. The Wildcats are looking to finish unbeaten in Division I, sew up their first outright Division I title since 2010 and improve their district seeding.

A Red Lion loss on Friday might put its district hopes in peril. The Lions, if they can defeat Dallastown, will lock down a district berth and earn a share of the Division I championship.

Also in AAAA, Central York (4-5) and South Western (4-5) are on the outside looking in — right now. Central is No. 17 and South Western is No. 18. Both must win Friday to have any hopes of grabbing district berths. Central faces York High (3-6) and South Western meets Spring Grove (3-6) on Friday.

In AAA, West York (8-1) and Gettysburg (8-1) have already locked down district spots heading into their showdown on Friday night to determine the Division II title. West York sits at No. 2 and Gettysburg is No. 4.

Eastern York (6-3), however, may need some help to sneak into the postseason. The Golden Knights are rated 17th, and only the top 16 teams make the AAA bracket. Eastern faces York Suburban (4-5) on Friday. Eastern will almost certainly have to win that game to advance.

Bermudian Springs (9-0) has already clinched a berth in the eight-team AA bracket. The Eagles are No. 2 in the latest ratings.

Biglerville (5-4), meanwhile, is sitting at No. 8 in AA and must face Adams County rival Bermudian on Friday. The Canners will be a significant underdog in that game. So, barring a major upset, Biglerville may need help to keep the eighth position.

In the four-team Class A bracket, York Catholic (6-3) looks secure in the No. 3 spot. The Irish face a York Tech (1-8) team on Friday. York Catholic does have a chance to move up in the rankings, too, if No. 2 Steel-High (5-4) can’t get past Boiling Springs (5-4), which is currently ranked No. 6 in the AA bracket.

Delone Catholic (5-4) and Fairfield (5-4), however, are in a heated battle for the No. 4 spot. Delone and Fairfield flopped positions after this past weekend’s action, when Delone beat York Tech and Fairfield lost to York Catholic. The Squires are now No. 4 and Fairfield is No. 5. Delone faces arch-rival Hanover (2-7) on Friday, while Fairfield meets Littlestown (2-7). Both Hanover and Littlestown are AA schools.

The top-rated team in each bracket heading into the final week are: Wilson (9-0) in Class AAAA, Bishop McDevitt (9-0) in Class AAA, Berks Catholic (9-0) in Class AA and Camp Hill (7-2) in Class A.

— Reach Steve Heiser at sheiser@yorkdispatch.com.

Go here for the complete District 3 power ratings.

By JOHN WALK
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Four years ago, when Russ Stoner left his assistant coaching gig at Central York to become the head football coach at Spring Grove, he didn’t have a chance to share some parting words with his Panthers players.

Four years later, feeling his time is up at Spring Grove, Stoner is making sure he uses the opportunity he still has to show how grateful he is to be the coach of his current crop of players before he officially resigns as the Rockets’ leader following the regular-season finale this Friday at South Western.

“When I was at Central York I didn’t have a chance to say goodbye to the coaches and players,” Stoner said by phone Monday evening. “I wanted to make sure I let the (Spring Grove) players know I appreciated everything they did.”

Stoner

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Just before this past Friday’s final home game of the season, Stoner informed the media he will resign at season’s end.

“I had 30 to 40 kids come back and be on the sidelines (last) Friday night for the game,” Stoner said. “You had your chance to say your piece to the kids. I’m proud of what we built here.”

A star running back on a District 3 Class AA championship team at West York in the late 1980s, Stoner later began his coaching career at Central York, spending 16 years there, the last 10 as the team’s defensive coordinator. The Panthers went 64-43 in those 10 seasons before Stoner left for Spring Grove. Stoner took over for Gregg Trone, who retired following 20 seasons as the Rockets’ coach, compiling a 91-114 record.

The Rockets have gone a combined 18-24 overall and 7-14 in York-Adams League play in nearly four complete seasons under Stoner.

Spring Grove went 1-9 in 2011 in Stoner’s first year at the helm, then followed up in 2012 by winning the Division I crown and getting a victory in the first round of the District 3-AAA playoffs. It’s an accomplishment Stoner holds in high regard.

“I think the humility of being 1-9 (in 2011), that was one of the first times in my life I’ve been part of a team with a losing record. Being able to dig in with those kids and the following year win the division and win a playoff game. That was a big deal,” he said.

The Rockets went 6-5 overall last season, bowing out in the first round of districts. This season, Spring Grove enters Week 10 with a 3-6 overall record and 1-5 mark in league play.

Often outspoken and not afraid to speak his mind, Stoner said his team’s current record doesn’t play a factor into his decision to leave and that he began thinking about this decision over the summer.

“I’m literally exhausted. I’m also one of the lowest-paid coaches in District 3, and financially it costs me money to coach here by putting gas in my vehicle,” Stoner said.

Stoner lives in the West York Area School District and works full time by running a pair of different businesses. A story published by The York Dispatch in 2011 when Stoner was hired by Spring Grove noted his annual coaching salary at $4,304. York Suburban also hired a coach that same week at an annual salary of $7,409.

“I have a daughter who’s a freshman in high school and a son who’s a fourth grader,” Stoner said. “They go to West York. I want to give them some time.”

He wants to coach again: Still, Stoner said he wants to coach again and that he’s already had a few inquiries.

“All I’ve ever asked as a football coach is to give effort. If you give effort you have a chance to be successful,” he said. “I’m willing to coach again. I’m gonna miss these guys. I appreciate their loyalty. I appreciate the opportunity I’ve had here at Spring Grove.”

Spring Grove athletic director Scott Govern said Stoner informed him of his resignation last week. Asked if he was surprised by Stoner’s decision, Govern said “that’s a personnel matter.”

This will be Govern’s first time looking for a head football coach at Spring Grove. Govern was hired by Spring Grove in the summer of 2012 following a dozen years as the athletic director at Boiling Springs.

“Well, what we have to do first is get a letter of resignation (from Stoner),” Govern said by phone. “Once we get that I will notify the board and we’ll go from there.”

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

2014 #YAIAA FOOTBALL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS
Division I Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Dallastown 5 0 7 1 204 113 91
Central York 4 1 4 4 200 184 16
Red Lion 4 1 5 3 136 164 -28
South Western 3 2 3 5 232 229 3
York High 2 3 2 6 147 204 -57
Northeastern 1 4 4 4 170 157 13
Spring Grove 1 4 3 5 176 154 22
New Oxford 0 5 0 8 91 262 -171
Division II Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
West York 4 0 7 1 364 114 250
Dover 3 1 5 3 175 155 20
Gettysburg 3 1 7 1 346 121 225
York Suburban 2 2 3 5 184 211 -27
Eastern York 2 3 5 3 256 123 133
Susquehannock 0 4 0 8 51 360 -309
Kennard-Dale 0 5 1 7 69 358 -289
Division III Division Overall Scoring
W L W L PF PA Diff
Bermudian Springs 5 0 8 0 315 48 267
York Catholic 4 1 5 3 252 187 65
Fairfield 3 2 5 3 172 162 10
Delone Catholic 3 2 4 4 190 191 -1
Biglerville 2 3 4 4 135 154 -19
Hanover 1 4 2 6 143 258 -115
Littlestown 1 4 2 6 163 269 -106
York Tech 1 4 1 7 86 207 -121

By JOHN WALK
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The York-Adams League high school football schedule this weekend is stocked full of games with division title implications and teams battling for their District 3 playoff lives.

Here are preview capsules for the Week 9 games. They start at 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted.

FRIDAY’S GAMES

Division I:

Central York (4-4 overall, 4-1 league) at Dallastown (7-1, 5-0): Despite suffering an upset loss, 20-13, to Red Lion last week, Central York is still in line for a shot at repeating as the Division I champion, but only if the Panthers can bounce back and find a way to win this Friday. The Central defense will have to do a better job of slowing the run, an area this unit struggled with last week in giving up 228 rushing yards. Only problem is Dallastown is the best rushing team in Division I, averaging 208.9 rushing yards a game. The Wildcats also have the best run defense in Division I, holding opponents to 110 rushing yards a clip. This will certainly pose a challenge to Central backs Pearson Hinkle (460 rushing yards, eight touchdowns) and Terrance Carter (752 rushing yards, 12 touchdowns).

However, Dallastown did have trouble against the pass a couple weeks ago in a one-point win over South Western. And next in line behind South Western, Central has the No. 2 passing game in Division I. So perhaps the Panthers will have to rely on getting it done offensively through the air.

South Western (3-5, 3-2) at Northeastern (4-4, 1-4): With the division title out of the picture, both teams enter this one with district playoff aspirations on their minds. Both sit on the edges of the top 16 of the District 3 brackets in Class AAAA and Class AAA, respectively. The top 16 teams qualify for the postseason in both classes. The Bobcats last week saw the return from injury of quarterback Blake Einsig (605 passing yards, eight touchdowns) and running back Kody Reeser (489 rushing yards, four touchdowns), and they went on to snap a four-game losing streak with a 27-10 win over Spring Grove to get back to .500. It’s unclear if Northeastern running back Chris Whack (608 rushing yards, three touchdowns) will play. He sat out last week with an injury. Either way, Northeastern’s key to victory should be on attempting to quiet South Western quarterback Brock Geiman (1,326 passing yards, 12 touchdowns).

Red Lion (5-3, 4-1) at Spring Grove (3-5, 1-4): The Lions enter after pulling off a 20-13 upset win at Central York last Friday and needing a victory this Friday over the Rockets in order to set up a shot at the Division I title in a Week 10 showdown against Dallastown. Spring Grove will look to play the spoiler while also attempting to snap its three-game losing streak. For that to happen, the Rockets will have to get their ground game back on track after being held to an average of 145.5 rushing yards the last two weeks, a drop-off from the 209.3 rushing yards they averaged the first six weeks. On the other side, the Spring Grove defense will be tasked with putting the brakes on a Red Lion rushing game that’s pumped out 489 combined rushing yards the last two weeks.

New Oxford (0-8, 0-5) at York High (2-6, 2-3): York High had its two-game win streak snapped last week in a loss to South Western, bringing an end to the Bearcats’ playoff hopes. Now, York High quarterback James Way (1,038 passing yards, 503 rushing yards, 13 total touchdowns), running back Bryshon Sweeney (628 rushing yards, 241 receiving yards, 10 touchdowns) and the rest of this senior class will aim to go out on a high note over the final two weeks of their high school gridiron careers.

Division II:

Dover (4-4, 3-1) at West York (7-1, 4-0): This matchup lost a bit of luster after the defending Division II champion Eagles suffered an upset loss, 36-21, last Friday to York Suburban, who lost to West York two weeks ago, 58-7. Plus, the status of Durran Ledbetter (542 rushing yards, six touchdowns) is unclear after the junior running back didn’t see any action out of the Dover backfield last week. On top of all that, the Dover offense relies strictly on its running game, which could prove problematic for the Eagles, considering West York is holding opponents to 92.4 rushing yards this season, the second-best clip in the league.

Gettysburg (7-1, 3-1) at York Suburban (4-4, 3-1): Following an 0-3 start, the Trojans have won four of their last five games and will enter this Friday three spots shy of the top 16 of the District 3-AAA power rankings. Gettysburg will aim to get past Suburban and on to its Week 10 showdown with West York. The Warriors have the third-best passing defense in the league, holding opponents to 68.1 passing yards a game this season. This unit will focus on keeping Suburban quarterback Thomas Merkle (1,268 passing yards, nine touchdowns) and wide receiver Collin Mailman (719 receiving yards, seven touchdowns) under control. That duo connected eight times for 196 yards and three scores in last week’s win at Dover.

Pine Grove (4-4) at Eastern York (5-3, 2-3): The Golden Knights have won two in a row and will attempt to improve their District 3 stock. They currently sit two spots shy of the top 16 of the Class AAA rankings. The Eastern ground game is averaging 292.4 rushing yards and will look to get it done again this week, while the Knights’ defense will go up against Pine Grove running back Mark Weinus (982 rushing yards, five touchdowns) and quarterback Logan Levan (680 passing yards, 103 rushing yards, eight total touchdowns).

Kennard-Dale (1-7, 0-5) at Susquehannock (0-8, 0-4): Susquehannock quarterback Josh Stoneberg (823 passing yards, four touchdowns) will try to lead the Warriors to their first victory of the season against a K-D defense giving up a league-high 11.2 passing yards per completion.

Division III:

Littlestown (2-6, 1-4) at Bermudian Springs (8-0, 5-0): The Eagles likely wrapped up the Division III crown for the third time in four years with a road win at York Catholic last week. Eagles senior Colton Dull became the first York-Adams League running back this season to surpass the 1,000-yard plateau, now with 1,141 rushing yards on the year. He and West York quarterback Ross Campbell are tied for the top spot in the league for the most rushing touchdowns (19).

York Catholic (5-3, 4-1) at Fairfield (5-3, 3-2): The District 3-A bracket takes the top four teams. And York Catholic and Fairfield are currently ranked No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, in the latest District 3-A power rankings. Fairfield gave up nearly 400 rushing yards in a 17-14 loss to Delone Catholic last week. And the Irish will enter strong in both the run and pass, behind the talents of quarterback Hakeem Kinard, who is first in the league in passing yards (1,442) and passing touchdowns (14), second in completions (94) and sixth in rushing yards (863).

Biglerville (4-4, 2-3) at Hanover (2-6, 1-4): With a Week 10 game against undefeated Bermudian Springs on the horizon, the Canners are going to need a victory this Friday if they have any hopes of making the District 3-AA playoffs. The District 3-AA bracket takes the top eight teams and Biglerville is currently ranked No. 9. The Canners will rely on running back Scott Cooper (503 rushing yards, 297 receiving yards, nine touchdowns) to lead the way offensively, while the defense will focus on softening the 1-2 punch of Hanover quarterback Kyle Krout, who has the second most passing yards in the league (1,337), and receiver Dylan Krieger, who leads the league in receptions (47) and receiving yards (902).

Saturday’s game:

Delone Catholic (4-4, 3-2) at York Tech (1-7, 1-4): Following a 1-3 start, Delone Catholic has won three of its last four games and now sits one spot shy of the top four of the District 3-A power rankings. The Squires put up nearly 400 rushing yards in a three-point win over Fairfield last week. Look for much of the same this Saturday, with Delone running backs Jake Kadis (741 rushing yards, eight touchdowns) and Alex Little (574 rushing yards, one touchdown) leading the way.

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By JOHN WALK
505-5406/@yorksportsguy

Dallastown football coach Kevin Myers is tired of hearing about how his team defends against the pass.

This subject is topical this week, because it appears as though Central York might have to rely more on moving the ball through the air this Friday night when the Panthers travel to Dallastown in a crucial York-Adams Division I showdown with division title implications on the line.

Sure, the Panthers (4-4 overall, 4-1 division) have speedster Terrance Carter (752 rushing yards, 12 touchdowns) and bruiser Pearson Hinkle (460 rushing yards, eight touchdowns) in their backfield. But Dallastown (7-1, 5-0) has the best run defense in Division I, holding opponents to 110 rushing yards a clip.

Plus, Dallastown has given up the most passing yards (1,410) of any team in the league thus far. So perhaps the better strategy for the Panthers would be to let loose the arm of quarterback Nik Strine, who has thrown for 636 yards and five touchdowns in five starts this season.

“That’s a point some people bring up, that teams are throwing the ball more on us, but if you go back and look at total offense it’s pretty even,” Myers said Wednesday.

To Myers’ point, Dallastown is giving up an average of 286.5 total yards a game, a stat that sits around the middle of the pack of the eight Division I teams and the league’s 23 teams.

“We gotta get off the field on third downs, that’s what we’ve been emphasizing,” Myers said. “We gotta get a little bit better at that.”

With two weeks to play in the regular season, the Division I title is still very much up for grabs. Dallastown currently sits atop the division standings, leading Central and Red Lion (5-3, 4-1) by only one game. And the Wildcats host the Panthers this Friday and travel to Red Lion the following week. Fortunately for Dallastown, it’s already battle-tested, with down-to-the-wire one-point wins over West York (7-1) in Week 2 and South Western (3-5) in Week 7.

“Anytime you win close games and hard-fought contests, it gets you ready,” Myers said. “The last couple weeks we started slow and had to come from behind. It helps with the kids’ confidence. Other team scores first and we have the mentality that we can answer right back — that it’s not over. South Western was up 21-0 on us and we came back.”

It’s also worth noting Dallastown is finally healthy across the board for the first time in a long time, according to Myers. That could actually help the Dallastown ground attack that’s No. 1 in Division I with an average of 208.9 rushing yards a game.

“The last three or four weeks we’ve been mixing up the offensive line. We’ve had a couple guys hurt. Tray Noye came back last week from a concussion. Garrett Kerr came back from a concussion. Noah Geesey has been fighting a hip flexor,” Myers said. “Knock on wood, this will actually be the first week we don’t have any starters out.”

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

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

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