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York Suburban vs West York girls' volleyball, Thursday,

It’s pretty clear that most of the students attending West York girls’ volleyball matches this season do so in anticipation of seeing sophomore Tesia Thomas slam down some monstrous kills.

As they say, offense sells tickets.

There’s a second part to that saying however: defense wins championships.

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York Adams Division I golf match

The Central York and Susquehannock golf teams finished off perfect York-Adams division seasons on Thursday, Sept. 21.

At Hanover Country Club, The Panthers finished with a 302 total to beat second-place Dallastown by 30 shots in a Division I event. New Oxford was third at 334, followed by Spring Grove (349), Red Lion (357), South Western (432) and Northeastern (435).

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York High vs Cedar Cliff football

Khalid Dorsey sees daylight.

The York High senior running back doesn’t need much of a hole to break off a long run, but when he gets one from his offensive line and hits it, good luck catching him.

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York High vs Cedar Cliff football

The following are game capsules for all Week 4 contests featuring York-Adams League football teams. All games begin at 7 p.m. Friday.

DIVISION I

Northeastern (3-0) at Central York (1-2): 

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Central York vs Red Lion field hockey

EMIGSVILLE — While losing is never a fun endeavor, the Central York field hockey team is putting some of the lessons from a tough weekend to good use.

Those lessons were apparent on Wednesday, Sept. 20, when the Panthers played host Red Lion in clash of York-Adams Division I unbeatens.

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Cross Country at Northeastern

The McLain sisters powered the Eastern York girls’ team to a trio of cross country triumphs on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Competing on their home course at Sam Lewis State Park, Maddie McLain won the girls’ race in 19 minutes, 38 seconds, while Olivia McLain was second. York Tech’s Julia Atkins took third, followed by Eastern’s Madison Nalls and Spring Grove’s Morgan Lint.

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The Red Lion boys’ soccer team shut out rival Dallastown on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2-0, at home to earn a York-Adams League Division I victory.

The Lions carried a 1-0 lead into halftime on a goal by Michael Moffit and then extended their cushion with a second-half goal from Ethan Stough. Brandon Ebersole assisted on Moffit’s goal, while Nathan Steiner added an assist on Stough’s tally.

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