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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTCentral York vs Manheim Township ice hockey

The Central York ice hockey team lost 4-3 to Manheim Township on Monday night in CPIHL Tier 2 action at York City Ice Arena.

Tied 3-3 late in the third period, Township’s (4-1) Braden Rishell scored the game-winning goal with 5:15 to play to put the visitor’s up by one, a lead that would hold as the final. The goal for Rishell completed his hat-trick.

The Panthers (2-3) led 2-1 after the first period and were tied with Manheim Township 3-3 after the second period.



The Central York ice hockey team dominated Manheim Central on Wednesday night, winning 10-0 in Tier 2 action at Klick Lewis Arena.

The Panthers (2-2) took little time to get their offense going, scoring six goals in the opening period to jump out to a quick and convincing lead.



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The Susquehannock ice hockey team scored eight unanswered goals on Monday night to down Middletown 11-4 in Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Tier 3 action at Twin Ponds West.


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The banners for the Central York ice hockey team still adorn the walls inside the York City Ice Arena.

They’re reminders of recent years when the Panthers dominated the Central Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League. Those banners inspire coach Rick Ostrowski’s club whenever it practices or plays at the arena.

What they won’t do, however, is provide any help to Ostrowski’s No. 1 issue: depth. With a roster of just 11 skaters, the Panthers typically find themselves short-handed on game night.



As the upcoming season for the Skipjacks Hockey Club approaches, the team is seeking host families for its under-16 and under-18 players.

The Skipjacks are a Tier I AAA hockey team that will play out of the York City Ice Arena. Skipjacks players come from all over the country and the team is in need of less than 10 host families for this season.


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The York City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a deal to rent out space and ice time at the York City Ice Arena to a youth hockey club, a deal that looks to bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars to the city over the term of the lease.

The Maryland-based Skipjacks hockey club will rent the ice rink out during the day, when it normally sits empty, so officials gladly received the idea of bringing in a large sum of money while losing little.



Midway through the first period of Wednesday night’s Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Tier 3 game, Susquehannock and Lampeter-Strasburg were tied, 1-1.

Then, over the course of the final 28 minutes, the Warriors (10-6-2) outscored L-S (2-15) 8-0, securing the 9-1 victory at York City Ice Arena, capping off their regular season in stylish fashion.

Nicolas Prego scored a hat trick for Susquehannock, while Kaden Glatfelter added two goals. Prego’s three-goal night was part of a larger four-point performance, matching Elijah Emenheiser’s four-point performance. Overall, nine different Warriors registered at least one point.

Susquehannock tied rival Central York/Dallastown with 22 points in the regular season, but will enter the Tier 3 playoffs as the No. 4 seed because of a lower winning percentage. The Warriors will wind up facing the league’s top team, MSMCC, in the first round of the playoffs.