COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF: Red Lion Lions

Posted: August 30, 2016 in Football

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This is the 20th installment of our daily preview capsules leading up to the start of the York-Adams League high school football season on Friday, Sept. 2.

Who: Red Lion Lions.

2015 record: 7-4 overall, 5-2 York-Adams Division I.

Coach: Jesse Shay, fourth season.

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York Suburban vs Dallastown girl's tennis

New season, new format, but one thing hasn’t changed: Dallastown will again be a power in Division I of the York-Adams Girls’ Tennis League.

The Wildcats served notice that they will be in the title mix by opening division play on Monday with a 5-0 victory over Central York.

When the teams met last year, Dallastown edged Central, 4-3. The Wildcats went on to win the division, their second crown in a row and fourth in the last six years.

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Ryan Vandersloot, @YAIAAScoresPIAA Class AA boys' soccer semifinal: Susquehannock vs. South Park

In order to be the best team in the York-Adams League Division II race, the Susquehannock boys’ soccer team must first be the best group of Warriors.

Paired with the Gettysburg Warriors in Division II, the two programs serve as each other’s biggest rivals within the league. And after a 2015 season that saw both teams go toe-to-toe for supremacy, the 2016 campaign looks to be much the same.

This season figures to focus primarily on the two Warriors in Division II, with Gettysburg coming off a year in which it started 2015 22-0, en route to the Division II and York-Adams League titles a season ago.

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This is the 19th installment of our daily preview capsules leading up to the start of the York-Adams League high school football season on Friday, Sept. 2.

Who: Spring Grove Rockets.

2015 record: 5-6 overall, 4-3 York-Adams Division I.

Coach: Kyle Sprenkle, second season.

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, 505-5402/@P_StroheckerDallastown vs Northeastern football 10/09/2015

Northeastern head football coach Jon Scepanski said all the right things during York-Adams League football media day earlier this month.

He deflected any questions about his Bobcats being the clear-cut team to beat in Division I this year and supplied “coach speak” on how to manage expectations. Things along the line of just trying to get better each day and not looking too far ahead.

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This is the 18th installment of our daily preview capsules leading up to the start of the York-Adams League high school football season on Friday, Sept. 2.

Who: Central York Panthers.

2015 record: 3-7 overall, 2-5 York-Adams Division I.

Coach: Josh Oswalt, first season.

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Ryan Vandersloot,@YAIAAScoresYork-Adams Division II golf match

GLEN ROCK – When a recent article previewing the favorites for Division II of the York-Adams League found its way to the Dover golf team, the Eagles felt a little bit slighted.

While Eastern York has claimed the past two division titles, the Golden Knights feature only two returning starters from those squads. Dover, on the other hand, has its whole crew back after a runner-up finish a season ago.

And with the Division II season beginning Thursday afternoon at Bon Air Country Club, the Eagles were looking to make a statement.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTAndrew Forjan

Central York’s top four players each shot 81 or lower on Wednesday at South Hills Golf Course en route to the Panthers’ second straight first-place finish in a York-Adams Division I golf tournament.

Joe Parrini led the way for Central with a 74, followed by Julianne Lee (77), Will Gekas (80) and Matt Bricker (81).

The Panthers finished with a 312 overall total at the Hanover-area course, which was six shots better than second-place Dallastown. Blake Sebring (74) and Evan Greenplate (79) led the Wildcats.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTYork Suburban vs Dallastown girl's tennis

Dallastown opened its 2016 girls’ tennis season on Wednesday with a 5-0 triumph at York Suburban.

Christie Friedrich (No. 1), Madi Reed (No. 2) and Morgan Kistler (No. 3) earned singles wins. Megan Salaga and Taylor Jones won at No. 1 doubles, while Lindsay Shaffer and Renee Williams triumphed at No. 2 doubles.

Each of Dallastown’s wins came in straight sets.

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This is the 17th installment of our daily preview capsules leading up to the start of the York-Adams League high school football season on Friday, Sept. 2.

Who: New Oxford Colonials.

2015 record: 2-8 overall, 1-6 York-Adams Division I.

Coach: Greg Bowman, first season.

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