Archive for the ‘CPIHL Ice Hockey’ Category

YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORT

After a sluggish first period, Central York pulled away to shut out Dallastown 7-0 in a Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Rothrock Division contest on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at York City Ice Arena.

The win kept Central undefeated at 8-0, while Dallastown remained winless at 0-7-1.

After leading just 1-0 following the first period, Central York found its offense, scoring three goals in each of the final two periods.

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Susquehannock vs Central York ice hockey

There were signs last year that the Central York ice hockey team could be a force to be reckoned with this season in the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League.

Signs, however, only tell so much.

With a new head coach and a squad made up almost entirely of players from the Central York School District, the Panthers have certainly lived up to, if not exceeded, expectations.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORT

Dallastown vs the Shamrocks CPIHL ice hockey

The The Dallastown ice hockey team remained winless on the young Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League season, falling to the Shamrocks, 5-3, on Monday, Nov. 13, in Rothrock Division action at York City Ice Arena.

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Dallastown vs Penn Manor ice hockey

The last time the Dallastown ice hockey players suited up as their own team, the Wildcats were fighting Hershey for a Central Penn Interscholastic League Tier 1 title.

That was back in 2013.

A lot has changed since then.

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Susquehannock vs Lampeter-Strasburg ice hockey

The 2016-17 season was filled with highlight moments for the Susquehannock ice hockey team.

Playing at the Tier 3 level in the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League, the Warriors advanced all the way to the tier final.

This year, coach Tim Emenheiser is hoping for an encore in the renamed Rothrock Division (formerly Tier 3). With several key players to replace, however, Emenheiser will have his hands full, especially in the early going.

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Susquehannock's Kaden Glatfelter, front, and Middletown's

Because of a scheduling conflict, the Susquehannock ice hockey team will be shorthanded Saturday when it competes for the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Tier 3 championship at the Hersheypark Arena.

Susquehannock’s all-star goalie, Hayden Folfas, said he and three of his teammates will be unable to play Saturday because of scheduling conflicts with their club travel teams, which also have playoff events set for Saturday.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTPHOTOS: Central York/Dallastown vs. Shamrocks in CPIHL ice hockey

Both York County high school ice hockey teams will play for hardware in two weeks.

With wins Wednesday night, Central York booked its spot in the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League’s Tier 2 Viola Cup championship game, while Susquehannock secured its own berth in the Tier 3 Rothrock Cup title contest.

The second-seeded Panthers earned their championship game appearance with a 5-3 victory over No. 4 Manheim Township at the York City Ice Arena in the semifinals.

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