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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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York County Junior Golf Association tournament at Heritage Hills

The Central York golf dynasty continues to reign.

The Panthers sewed up their fourth straight York-Adams Division I championship on Monday, Sept. 18, by winning a D-I tournament at The Bridges Golf Club near Abbottstown. Central has also won five of the last six D-I crowns.

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West York vs Suquehannock soccer

GLEN ROCK — Susquehannock boys’ soccer standout Jason Weger enjoyed a breakout 2017 performance, and it came at just the right time.

Weger, who was the Warriors’ leading goal scorer a season ago, had just one goal heading into a home contest against York-Adams League Division II rival West York on Thursday, Sept. 14.

It didn’t take a coach to make Weger aware that he needed to change up his game. The senior standout figured that out on his own during the first half against the Bulldogs.

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Central York vs Red Lion boy's soccer

Kameron Stoll didn’t score any goals in Central York’s York-Adams Division I soccer clash against Red Lion on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 12.

Stoll, though, prevented a goal with a sparkling save that proved crucial in the Panthers’ 2-1 victory.

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The Dallastown boys’ soccer team suffered a 2-1 overtime defeat to visiting Hershey on Wednesday in non-league action.

Quinn Tunnell found the back of the net at the 6:02 mark in the first overtime to clinch the road victory for the Trojans. For the Wildcats, Bennett Pitzer connected for a second-half goal to tie the match at 1-1, while teammate Cade Curran added the assist.

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The Kennard-Dale and York Suburban boys’ soccer teams tried to beat the rain on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 5.

They were successful — to an extent.

The two teams battled to a 0-0 draw before the game was suspended by lightning with 30 minutes left. The game will count as an official contest and each team will get one point in the York-Adams Division II standings.

Trojans goalie Cody Willougby made 10 stops in goal, while Rams goalie Jake Ingoe made one save.

Dick VanOlinda, The York DispatchDallastown vs Central York boys soccer

RED LION — When Dallastown’s Drake Pew reflects on the 2016 York-Adams Senior All-Star Soccer Game, he’ll remember the camaraderie as much as the competition.

“We hate each other during the season, we want to put each other in the dirt. But when it comes down to this, we love each other,” Pew said following Wednesday night’s all-star clash at Horn Field. “It’s a great group of guys. You put guys from Central, Dallastown and Red Lion together on the same field and we’re going to bond.”

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