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RED LION — As Northeastern girls’ soccer senior Amanda Bentz stepped up to the ball with time ticking down in extra time, she knew two things.

The first was that her free kick was right in her comfort zone, just outside the 18-yard box.

The second was that she had to convert it, because she knew that the Bobcats wouldn’t get a much better chance to score against rival Dallastown.

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West York vs Suquehannock soccer

The West York boys’ soccer team will likely not make the District 3 Class 3-A playoffs this season.

Just don’t tell the Bulldogs, however, that they have nothing left to play for.

After qualifying for the York-Adams League playoffs as the No. 3 seed out of Division II, coach Brent Duffy and his squad were certainly disappointed with a 7-9 regular-season campaign. That record left West York 18th in District 3 3-A and just outside the 16-team bracket.

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Spring Grove at Northeastern girls' soccer

MANCHESTER — Senior Night for any athletic program can bring out a wave of emotions.

For the Northeastern girls’ soccer team, those emotions reached a whole new level on Thursday, Oct. 12.

With eight players taking part in their last guaranteed home game, it was a chance to go out on top.

Along with that, the team recognized a senior who wasn’t with the team, Abby Osborn, who was killed in a hit-and-run car accident this past spring.

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Dallastown vs Central York girls' soccer

DALLASTOWN — It wasn’t the kind of weather that either team was hoping to see.

Especially for a game of such magnitude.

While the conditions were certainly ugly, the end result was undeniably beautiful as far as the Central York Panthers were concerned.

Central visited Dallastown in a York-Adams Division I girls’ soccer showdown on Wednesday, Oct. 11

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The West York boys’ soccer team scored a goal in each half en route to a 2-0 triumph over Kennard-Dale on Thursday, Oct. 5.

Jason Bruder and Julio Salaveria-Cuellar each scored for West York, while Adam Hersey and Kyle Chambers added assists.

 

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The Dover girls’ volleyball team took control over the final two games to earn a 25-17, 20-25, 27-25, 25-19 victory over New Oxford on Tuesday, Oct. 3.

Chayce Hoffman led the Eagles individually with 14 kills and 14 digs. Abby Diehl had 29 assists and 12 digs, Emma Davis had 16 kills and five aces and Triana Krider had seven kills.

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The Susquehannock boys’ soccer team remained alone in first place in York-Adams Division II on Monday, Oct. 2, with a 5-2 triumph at West York.

The Warriors improved to 8-0 in the division and will play host to second-place Gettysburg (7-1) at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, in a first-place showdown.

Susquehannock handed Gettysburg its only division loss earlier this season at Gettysburg, 4-0.

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