Dallastown JV field hockey team

The Dallastown junior varsity field hockey team is on a serious roll against York-Adams League opponents.

The Wildcats’ JV outfit recently completed a season in which it went unbeaten and unscored upon in 13 games vs. league foes.

Overall, the Dallastown JV team has gone unbeaten in 34 straight games against league rivals, dating back to September of 2015. During that span, the Wildcats’ JV side has outscored its league foes, 84-0.

The team is coached by Molly Senft.


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West York girls’ volleyball coach Joe Ramp instituted a rule that his team must concentrate during the bus rides for road contests.

That means no talking to each other or playing music that anyone else can hear.

For the most part, that rule has worked well for the Bulldogs, who won the York-Adams Division II title a season ago.


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York-Adams Cross Country Championship

GETTYSBURG — The 2017 York-Adams League Cross Country Championships delivered separate story lines on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 17.

There was a start-to-finish duel in the girls’ race, and teammates going one-two in the boys’ competition.

For the second straight year, Eastern York’s Maddie McLain held off Dallastown’s Emily Schuler to again take the girls’ gold medal. Meanwhile, in the boys’ race, Bryce Ohl crossed the finish line six seconds ahead of York Suburban teammate Jarrett Raudensky.


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RED LION — As Northeastern girls’ soccer senior Amanda Bentz stepped up to the ball with time ticking down in extra time, she knew two things.

The first was that her free kick was right in her comfort zone, just outside the 18-yard box.

The second was that she had to convert it, because she knew that the Bobcats wouldn’t get a much better chance to score against rival Dallastown.


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For at least the last four years, the York-Adams League semifinal round has been an insurmountable hurdle for the Susquehannock boys’ soccer team.

After a big second-half performance against South Western, however, the Warriors have finally advanced past the semifinal step and will now play for a league title.


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There’s no arguing the point.

What the York High football team has accomplished this season is a tremendous success.

A team that was winless just two seasons ago and managed just one win in 2016, already has six of them through seven weeks in 2017.



Northeastern at Dover boy's soccer

Northeastern got goals from five different players en route to a 5-1 boys’ soccer triumph at Dover on Monday, Oct. 16.

D.J. Hamilton, Ben Hays, Alex Afata, Lance Fries and Noah Harzfeld scored for the Bobcats. Harzfeld also had two assists, while Carter Crebs and Ryan McElwain also provided assists.