Spring Grove vs York Suburban girls basketball

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Susqueahnnock at Eastern York wrestling

WRIGHTSVILLE — Dealing with change is part of wrestling.

Injuries, illnesses and many other factors can sometimes be a blessing or a curse, depending on how one reacts to it.

Such was the case Thursday, Jan. 18, at Eastern York High School when the host Golden Knights faced rival Susquehannock in a York-Adams League Division II wrestling battle.

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Spring Grove vs York Suburban girls basketball

York Suburban outlasted Susquehannock 32-30 in a pivotal York-Adams Division II girls’ basketball game on Thursday night in Glen Rock.

The victory in the defensive struggled allowed the Trojans to move within a half game of first-place Warriors in the division. Suburban improved to 10-4 overall and 5-2 in the division. Susquehannock fell to 11-2 and 6-2.

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Dover vs York Suburban swimming

When a team only gets one shot at each division rival, it can create a scenario where there’s a “de facto” division title contest well before the end of the season.

High school swimming and diving is one such sport.

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Maddie Hill

Penn State York will again honor Maddie Hill during the second annual Maddie Hill Basketball Games on Friday, Jan. 19, at Penn State York.

Hill was 19 when she died in June of 2016 after battling cancer three times. The ceremony, to be held at approximately 7:30 p.m., will be held between the women’s and men’s basketball games in the campus gym in the Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student Community Center. A number of speakers will share a few words in remembrance of Hill during the ceremony.

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Cliches in sports are often repeated with good reason — they ring true.

After a sub-par start to the season, Dallastown High School boys’ basketball coach Mike Grassel let a few cliches fly of his own after his team’s 60-56, double-overtime victory against Central York on Wednesday night.

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Spring Grove at Central York wrestling

High school wrestling is enduring some tough times.

Everyone involved in the sport knows that.

Participation is down and forfeits are up.

Take last Thursday, Jan. 11, as just an example. It was a full night of York-Adams League competition. Results for nine matches involving 17 league teams could be tracked down. Those matches featured 47 forfeits, or more than five forfeits per match. In nearly 19 percent of the weight classes, the local teams didn’t field a competitor.

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