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Susquehannock vs Kennard-Dale girls lacrosse championship

MILLERSVILLE — For a team still alive in the state championships, there are several distractions at this time of year.

Graduation, holidays, summer vacation — all can take a toll on the psyche of a fragile team.

Susquehannock, however, would have none of it Tuesday, when the District 3 Class 2-A champions scored an impressive 16-7 victory over Quaker Valley of District 7 in the opening round of the PIAA Championships. With the triumph, the Lady Warriors advance to the Class 2-A Elite Eight, where they’ll meet Hershey, the fourth-place finisher from District 3. The Trojans routed District 7 champion Hampton in their first-round state game, 14-5.

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Susquehannock vs Kennard-Dale girls lacrosse championship

HERSHEY — Susquehannock girls’ lacrosse coach Steve Marshner knew he was going to sound a little cliché saying it, but he couldn’t think of any other way to describe the feeling.

Heading into Wednesday’s meeting with Kennard-Dale in the District 3 Class 2-A championship game, the Warriors had never beaten the Rams. There were close encounters, but every single time, K-D found a way to come out on top.

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Kennard Dale vs. Pine Richland girls Lacrosse

Football has helped make York County into a District 3 girls’ lacrosse power.

Sounds slightly absurd, doesn’t it?

Well, it’s not quite as absurd as it sounds at first blush.

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Susquehannock vs Eastern girls LAX

MILLERSVILLE — Through the first two rounds of the District 3 Class 2-A girls’ lacrosse tournament, Susquehannock had yet to receive a challenge from either of its two opponents.

For about the first 20 minutes of Monday’s semifinal contest against No. 4 seed Hershey, the top-seeded Warriors seemed to finally have met their match — an opponent worthy of making them sweat out a game over the full 50 minutes. Then, the final 30 minutes played out like Susquehannock’s first two games.

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GLEN ROCK — Shortly after Kennard-Dale earned a spot in the District 3 Class 2-A girls’ lacrosse title match, Rams’ star Emmie Dressel gave a shout out to teammate Megan Halczuk.

“The start set the tone for the entire game, and a lot of credit goes to Megan Halczuk,” Dressel said following Kennard-Dale’s 13-8 semifinal victory over York Catholic on Monday. “She (Halczuk) literally gets every draw.”

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PHOTOS: Kennard Dale vs. Manheim Township in District 3 girls lacrosse

Kennard-Dale senior attacker Emmie Dressel has enjoyed a decorated lacrosse career that will soon come to a close.

In her time with the Rams, she’s been a member of three consecutive York-Adams League championship teams, a District 3 championship and a few state qualifiers.

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Kennard-Dale vs. Susquehannock Girls Lacrosse

GLEN ROCK – The Susquehannock girls’ lacrosse team didn’t have to look too far for motivation after a disappointing loss in the York-Adams League semifinals against York Catholic.

Shortly after that setback, coach Steve Marshner brought up the Warrior girls’ basketball team as a perfect point of reference for how to proceed. The basketball squad lost in the first round of the Y-A League playoffs before embarking on an historic postseason run that included a District 3 title.

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