Archive for the ‘Field Hockey’ Category


Three York College field hockey players were given All-South Region honors for the 2016 season.

Red Lion High School graduate Ali Posey was among those recognized. The Spartans’ junior earned a second-team nod along with sophomore Lindsay Nye. Senior Sydney LaMarsh took home first-team honors.



Entering Sunday’s NCAA Division I field hockey national championship game, the University of North Carolina finished as a runner-up in four of the past six seasons.

Now, that figure is up to five runner-up results in the past seven years.


Ryan Vandersloot, @YAIAAScoresYork-Adams League Field Hockey Division IV All-Star Game

Life during the regular season can sometimes be demanding for a high school field hockey player.

During postseason all-star games?

Not so much.

That was the sentiment from many of the girls who played in the York-Adams League this season as the annual Senior All-Star Field Hockey game took place Wednesday evening at Dallastown High School.


, 505-5446/@ydsportsLauren Moyer

By the end of this coming weekend, York County may have a national champion.

Central York High School graduate Lauren Moyer is just two wins away from fulfilling a longtime dream — winning an NCAA Division I field hockey title.

Lauren is not just a bit player, either. She’s a senior co-captain and the leading scorer for perennial power North Carolina, which is making its eighth straight trip to the national semifinals.


YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTYork College's Ali Posey,a  Red Lion grad, was named

Five York College field hockey players earned All-Capital Athletic Conference honors Thursday.

Red Lion High School graduate and junior midfielder Ali Posey led a group of first-team Spartans that included senior defender Sydney LaMarsh and sophomore forward Lindsay Nye.

Senior midfielder Alexa Taylor, another Red Lion grad, and junior forward Autumn Mallory landed on the second team.


RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@ydsportsDTFH

Some athletes lead by example.

Others lead with their voice.

Brooke Morris does both and she does them well. Because of that, the Susquehannock field hockey standout was named the York-Adams League Division II Player of the Year by the league coaches.

“I was excited and kind of shocked,” Morris said of her reaction to the news. “I played against a lot of good girls (in the division).”


, 505-5446/@ydsportsYork Suburban vs Red Lion Girls' vball Tournament Final

Winning a District 3 championship has its advantages, beyond just earning a trophy and wearing gold medals.

A trio of district champions from the York-Adams League will reap the rewards of winning those titles on Tuesday evening.

That’s when PIAA state playoff action starts in girls’ volleyball, boys’ and girls’ soccer and field hockey.

Girls’ volleyball: Two District 3 girls’ volleyball champions from the York-Adams League will get to play in a very familiar and very close venue — Central York High School’s gym.