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WP NE homecoming

There’s no arguing the point.

What the York High football team has accomplished this season is a tremendous success.

A team that was winless just two seasons ago and managed just one win in 2016, already has six of them through seven weeks in 2017.

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Dallastown vs Northeastern football

The following are game capsules for Week 7 of the York-Adams League high school football season. All games are 7 p.m. Friday unless otherwise noted.

DIVISION I

Spring Grove (1-5, 1-2) at Central York (4-2, 3-0): 

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Thaddeus Stevens

Joe Wysock is in a different situation than most college football coaches.

As the head man at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, a two-year vocational school, every couple years he’s faced with coaching up a team of players that, just two years prior, weren’t even part of his program. There aren’t any three- and four-year veterans to which he can look to for leadership.

It’s a situation the longtime coach chose.

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Susq fball practice

The name Chaz Powell holds a lot of weight around the Susquehannock football community.

The former star athlete shined for the Warriors more than a decade ago before going off to do a little bit of everything for Penn State.

It comes as no surprise that, while Powell was at Susquehannock, he helped the program to some of its best seasons in program history.

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Barry Streeter

After 42 years at Gettysburg College, head football coach Barry Streeter will retire at the end of 2017 season.

Streeter is a Spring Grove resident.

The school made the announcement on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

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Trilby Kite is shown here during her days playing junior

Much like the fictional television character, Doogie Howser, Trilby Kite is anything but a “normal” high school senior.

In fact, there are very few “normal” things about the gifted West York girls’ volleyball setter, who only recently turned 16.

Age, however, is only a number for Kite.

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Dover K-D fball

FAWN GROVE — In recent years, a trip to Fawn Grove to face the Kennard-Dale football team usually meant an easy win for opposing teams in York-Adams League Division II.

However, with the Rams off to a surprisingly strong start through the first half of the season, they’ve come to make home games no easy task for visiting teams.

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