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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.



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.


, 505-5402/@P_StroheckerCentral York vs Annville-Cleona hockey

Through the first week of the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League playoffs, both York County high school teams are still alive, but won’t see the ice for a while.

In the most recent game, No. 3 seed Susquehannock was defeated in the semifinals of the Tier 3 bracket by top-seeded MSMCC, 4-3, on Wednesday night. Alan Reider, Bryan McGillin and Matthew McGillin each scored for Susquehannock, while Reider added an assist and Timothy Schwensen had two assists.


PATRICK STROHECKER, 505-5402/@P_StroheckerGreencastle vs Spring Grove boys' basketball

SPRING GROVE — Spring Grove boys’ basketball coach James Brooks only waited about 80 seconds on Monday night against Greencastle-Antrim before calling a timeout.

At the time, the Rockets only trailed 5-0, but the play was poor. When he met his five starters on the floor about 15 feet onto the court, he refused to let them sit on the bench. This was a meeting between him and them.


RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@yaiaascoresYork Catholic vs Eastern York girls' basketball

WRIGHTSVILLE — There’s no question that the York Catholic girls’ basketball program is one of the best throughout District 3 over the past 15 years.

The evidence is clear from the banners commemorating District 3 and PIAA titles inside of the Fighting Irish gym.

Winning that much for that long has sometimes skewed expectations from fans and parents. Winning is a given, but doing so while dominating is something fans have come to expect.

Winning consistently, however, is not easy, and doing it while being compared to the other great York Catholic teams is even harder.


RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@yaiaascoresSpring Grove vs York Suburban girls basketball

It’s not much a secret that the York Suburban girls’ basketball team did not get off to the kind of start they had hoped for this season.

Coming off a campaign in which the Trojans advanced all the way to the PIAA state playoffs, coach Jess Barley and her crew were expecting to have a shot at replicating or exceeding last year’s success.


, 505-5402/@P_StroheckerJordan Ray

York Country Day senior Jordan Ray is a standout on both the football gridiron and basketball hardwood.

He drew more than his fair share of college interest in both sports. Ray, however, elected to go the football route, committing to play for Hampton University next fall as a preferred walk-on. He made the announcement on his Twitter page last Friday.