Patrick Strohecker, 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
In 2015, the York-Adams League Division I girls’ soccer race may have been the fall’s most compelling title battle.
In 2016, it might be even be more competitive.
A season ago, the Division I race between Central York, Dallastown and Northeastern came down to the very end of the season, with two points separating the three teams. Considering that, in soccer, teams get three points for a win and one for a draw, that meant that just one win separated third-place Northeastern from claiming the Division I crown instead of Central York over the course of the 12-match league slate. The next closest team to the bunch was Spring Grove, nine points behind.
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