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York Catholic vs Delone Catholic girls soccer 10/15/2015

York Catholic’s Elizabeth Johnson, left, is the York-Adams Division III Girls’ Soccer Player of the Year.(Photo: Dawn J. Sagert, The York Dispatch)

Scoring 100 career goals in high school girls’ soccer is no easy feat.

To do so, players must average better than a goal a game for their entire career, avoid injuries and, more often than not, play every game for four full seasons.

Dover’s Brook Firestone and York Catholic’s Liz Johnson were able to reach that milestone this season. Not surprisingly, the seniors were announced recently as the York-Adams League Division II and Division III Players of the Year, respectively, by the league coaches.

Northeastern’s Sawyer Patrick, a defender/midfielder, was named of the Division I Player of the Year.
The Coaches of the Year are Spring Grove’s Meghan Mahon (Division I), Susquehannock’s Pat Brubaker (Division II) and Hanover’s Ralph Doxsey (Division III).

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By PATRICK STROHECKER
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You can’t start a state playoff game better than the York Catholic girls’ soccer team did on Tuesday night at Scranton High School.

It took the Fighting Irish all of 19 seconds to put their stamp on their PIAA Class A first-round match against District 2 champion Lakeland, one that turned into a 4-1 victory for the York County squad.

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By RYAN VANDERSLOOT

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Central York, led by senior forward Igor Gomes, right, will face Fox Chapel, the District 7 runner-up, Tuesday at Chambersburg High School at 5 p.m. in the

Central York, led by senior forward Igor Gomes, right, will face Fox Chapel, the District 7 runner-up, Tuesday at Chambersburg High School at 5 p.m. in the first round of the PIAA Class AAA boys’ soccer playoffs. (John A. Pavoncello — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

Teams have prepared for these moments throughout the summer and into the early fall.

That’s right – the PIAA playoffs are finally here.

And while many teams around the York-Adams League fought hard to qualify for the pinnacle tournament of the season, only a handful of them remain in the sports of soccer and volleyball.

Let’s take a look at who is left and what their outlook is prior to Tuesday’s first-round clashes.

Boys’ Soccer

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By DICK VanO’LINDA
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York Catholic’s Elizabeth Johnson collides with Sage Magruder of Trinity during the District 3-A girls’ soccer championship at Hersheypark

York Catholic’s Elizabeth Johnson collides with Sage Magruder of Trinity during the District 3-A girls’ soccer championship at Hersheypark Stadium on Thursday. York Catholic lost the game, 3-0. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

 

HERSHEY — A huge game against a tested, high-quality opponent worked against the York Catholic girls’ soccer team in the opening half of Thursday night’s District 3-A championship game.

Trinity, the defending district and state champion, dominated play in the first 40 minutes, scoring two goals while taking six shots on goals to zero for York Catholic, which was making its first appearance in a district final.

The Fighting Irish played much better in the second half, firing the same number of shots on goal (three) as Trinity, while earning four more corner kicks than the Shamrocks.

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By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
505-5403/@yaiaascores

Susquehannock’s Maddy Mummert (14) heel kicks the ball while covered by Northern York’s Alisea Munshower during the District 3-AA girls’

Susquehannock’s Maddy Mummert (14) heel kicks the ball while covered by Northern York’s Alisea Munshower during the District 3-AA girls’ soccer semifinal game at Northeastern on Monday. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

MANCHESTER — The Susquehannock girls’ soccer players knew they were in for a challenge when they squared off against Northern York in a District 3-AA semifinal contest at Northeastern High School on Monday.

The No. 1 seeded Polar Bears entered the contest with 10 shutouts en route to an impressive 18-2 record. But the strength of the Northern team was its offense, which entered with 96 goals, and it was the Bears’ offense that most concerned Warriors coach Pat Brubaker.

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By DICK VanO’LINDA
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York Catholic’s Elizabeth Johnson, left, scored four goals on Monday night in a 7-1 triumph vs. Fairfield. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

York Catholic’s Elizabeth Johnson, left, scored four goals on Monday night in a 7-1 triumph vs. Fairfield. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

SPRING GROVE — The York Catholic girls’ soccer team delivered a dominating performance on an historic night for the program.

The Fighting Irish used their speed and passing skills to defeat Fairfield, 7-1, in the District 3-A semifinals.

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BY RYAN VANDERSLOOT
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Susquehannock’s Maddy Mummert, pictured here in a file photo, scored both Susquehannock goals on Thursday in a 2-0 win vs. Northeastern.

Susquehannock’s Maddy Mummert, pictured here in a file photo, scored both Susquehannock goals on Thursday in a 2-0 win vs. Northeastern. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

SPRING GROVE — Getting past the second round of the District 3-AA girls’ soccer playoffs has been a bit of a problem for Susquehannock.

Despite a string of successful seasons, those campaigns always seemed to end too early.

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It was not a good night for York County girls’ soccer teams.

Central York, Dallastown and Dover each suffered first-round losses in District 3-AAA action.

At Hershey, No. 13 seed Central suffered a 3-1 loss to the home team, which came in seeded No. 4. The Panthers trailed 2-1 at the half and were unable to recover. Bre Sgrignoli scored the lone goal for the Panthers, while Lynnae Swanson added an assist and Olivia Johnson made 12 stops in goal. Central finished at 15-7-0. Hershey moved to 18-3-0.

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By DICK VanO’LINDA
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MANCHESTER — Northeastern girls’ soccer coach Diana Collier was not pleased at halftime of Monday night’s District 3-AA match against Gettysburg.

Collier didn’t feel the Bobcats played with the passion she expected from a team which won 15 games this season and earned the fourth seed in the bracket.

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By PATRICK STROHECKER
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Susquehannock goalie Ashley Stone hugs teammate Kelsey McCullough after the Warriors defeated Twin Valley in District 3-AA girls’ soccer action on

Susquehannock goalie Ashley Stone hugs teammate Kelsey McCullough after the Warriors defeated Twin Valley in District 3-AA girls’ soccer action on Monday, 3-0. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

GLEN ROCK — In a competition where good starts are crucial, the Susquehannock girls’ soccer team wasted little time putting its stamp on the match Monday night.

Facing Twin Valley in the first round of the District 3-AA girls’ soccer playoffs, the Warriors’ Maddy Mummert scored in the third minute of the game, pacing Susquehannock to the 3-0 victory.

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