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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTCentral York vs Red Lion field hockey

Emily Gillmen’s goal with 12 minutes, 46 seconds left in the game lifted Red Lion to a 2-1 victory over Central York on Wednesday in a battle of York-Adams League Division I field hockey contenders.

Both teams entered the game at 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the division.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTSusquehannock field hockey takes on South Western on

The Susquehannock and South Western field hockey teams were treated to a unique experience Friday when they squared off at the Spooky Nook Sports complex.

The Lancaster County facility is the training home of the United States Women’s Field Hockey National Team.

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RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@yaiaascoresCentral York vs Dallastown field hockey

EMIGSVILLE — There are a number of things that field hockey players normally have to worry about on game days.

Things such as the opponent, the weather and the field conditions, just to name a few.

One concern that rarely rears its head, however, became a big focus of Monday afternoon’s clash between York-Adams League Division I rivals Dallastown and Central York.

How would the players deal with an infestation of pesky pests?

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RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@ydsportsF&M College vs York College field hockey,

Whenever a new coach takes over a program, there’s always a little uncertainty about the team’s direction from the returning players.

The York College field hockey team was no different.

After a season in which the Spartans finished with a winning record (10-9), former coach Carly Zinn left the program for Dickinson College. Zinn’s departure opened the door for a new coach to be hired, which ultimately turned out to be first-year leader Kaitlyn Hamilton.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTEastern York Golden Knights logo

Tia Judy had a hat trick and two assists to lead Eastern York to a 9-1 field hockey triumph over York Suburban on Wednesday afternoon in Wrightsville.

Also for Eastern, Addison Malone scored two goals, Morgan Buckwalter scored one goal and added two assists and Holly Caldwell, Gillian Toomey and Olivia Fisher each scored one goal.

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The Dallastown and Red Lion field hockey teams cruised to easy victories on Monday.

Dallastown dominated Dover, 10-0, while Red Lion cruised past South Western, 6-1.

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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTSusquehannock vs  Red Lion field hockey

Gill Orwig scored two goals to lead Red Lion to an impressive 4-0 triumph over visiting Susquehannock in field hockey action on Tuesday.

Also for the Lions, Amy Maciejewski added two assists, while Sam Collis and Kynslee Sheperd each scored one goal apiece. Jackie Golden and Emily Gillman each added one assist.

For the Warriors, Emma DeLuca made 16 stops in goal.

Red Lion won the JV match 4-2.

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ELIJAH ARMOLD, 505-5406/@YDSportsThe Susquehannock High School field hockey team, pictured

The Susquehannock High School field hockey team is hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Amanda Strous Scholarship Fund during the Warriors’ home game against Dallastown on Thursday.

Strous was a former Dallastown High and Shippensburg University field hockey player who was killed in June.

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, 505-5436/@YDDornblaserAmanda Strous honored by Dallastown team

On Tuesday, a loud chant could be heard coming from the Dallastown Area High School football stadium.

“Fly high, Amanda!”

About 100 purple balloons were then let go into the sky.

Purple was Amanda Strous’ favorite color.

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, 505-5402/@P_StroheckerDallastown vs Gettysburg York-Adams League field hockey

Before every season, Dallastown field hockey coach Jeri Myers tells her players the same thing: “Tradition never graduates.”

It sets in stone what is expected of each individual player to continue the long legacy of success in the Wildcats program. It’s a tradition that has seen the program win 10 of the last 11 York-Adams League Division I titles and three of the past four league championships.

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