PREP: Balanced attack carries Northeastern boys’ soccer team to win over Dover

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Northeastern got goals from five different players en route to a 5-1 boys’ soccer triumph at Dover on Monday, Oct. 16.

D.J. Hamilton, Ben Hays, Alex Afata, Lance Fries and Noah Harzfeld scored for the Bobcats. Harzfeld also had two assists, while Carter Crebs and Ryan McElwain also provided assists.

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Dallastown, New Oxford advance to District 3 Class 3-A girls’ tennis quarterfinals

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Two York-Adams League teams have advanced to the District 3 Class 3-A girls’ tennis team quarterfinals.

No. 5 seed Dallastown moved on with a 3-0 victory over No. 12 seed Central York, while No. 6 seed New Oxford advanced with a 4-1 victory over No. 11 seed Donegal.

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GIRLS’ TENNIS: New York-Adams Class 3-A doubles champs endure marathon day on courts

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Central York vs Dallastown girls' tennis

RED LION — Kamdyn Balko and Kasi Conjack were pushed to the limit every time they stepped on the tennis courts at Red Lion High School on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

The New Oxford teammates were forced to play three, three-set matches in an eight-hour period.

Day turned into night, as Balko and Conjack persevered and achieved their goal by winning the York-Adams Girls’ Class 3-A doubles tennis championship.

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PREP: Seeded teams fare well during first day of York-Adams League girls’ doubles event

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Thirteen of the 16 seeded teams are still alive after the first day of the York-Adams League Girls’ Tennis Doubles Tournaments held at Wisehaven Tennis Center on Monday, Oct. 9.

In Class 3-A, six of the eight seeded teams are still alive, while in 2-A, seven of the eight seeded teams made the quarterfinals.

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PREP: Susquehannock boys’ soccer team stays perfect in York-Adams Division II action

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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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