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Central York vs Dallastown girls' tennis

The Dallastown girls’ tennis team has clinched a tie for the York-Adams Division I title.

The Wildcats improved to 8-0 in division play with a 5-0 win over Gettysburg on Monday, Sept. 25. Dallastown can sew up its fourth straight outright division crown with a win Wednesday, Sept. 27, at Susquehannock.

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York Adams Division I golf match

The Central York and Susquehannock golf teams finished off perfect York-Adams division seasons on Thursday, Sept. 21.

At Hanover Country Club, The Panthers finished with a 302 total to beat second-place Dallastown by 30 shots in a Division I event. New Oxford was third at 334, followed by Spring Grove (349), Red Lion (357), South Western (432) and Northeastern (435).

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Central York vs Red Lion field hockey

EMIGSVILLE — While losing is never a fun endeavor, the Central York field hockey team is putting some of the lessons from a tough weekend to good use.

Those lessons were apparent on Wednesday, Sept. 20, when the Panthers played host Red Lion in clash of York-Adams Division I unbeatens.

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Cross Country at Northeastern

The McLain sisters powered the Eastern York girls’ team to a trio of cross country triumphs on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Competing on their home course at Sam Lewis State Park, Maddie McLain won the girls’ race in 19 minutes, 38 seconds, while Olivia McLain was second. York Tech’s Julia Atkins took third, followed by Eastern’s Madison Nalls and Spring Grove’s Morgan Lint.

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York County Junior Golf Association tournament at Heritage Hills

The Central York golf dynasty continues to reign.

The Panthers sewed up their fourth straight York-Adams Division I championship on Monday, Sept. 18, by winning a D-I tournament at The Bridges Golf Club near Abbottstown. Central has also won five of the last six D-I crowns.

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West York swept the doubles matches en route to a 3-2 girls’ tennis victory at Spring Grove on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 14.

The Bulldogs received a singles victory from Audrey Kinney, while Sadie Mikula and Megan Hartlaub won the No. 1 doubles match and Sarah DePasquale and Chloe Hoover won the No. 2 doubles match.

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Spring Grove vs Dover girls' tennis

The Dover girls’ tennis team cruised to a 5-0 triumph over visiting Spring Grove on Wednesday.

Alex DiGiovanni, Madisyn Weaver and Mary Teaford each won straight-set singles matches. Emily Ewing and Margaret Mailey won at No. 1 doubles, while Rylie Strausbaugh and Crimson Hogue won at No. 2 doubles.

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GIRLS’ TENNIS

Dallastown 5, Red Lion 0: At Dallastown, the Wildcats received singles victories from Meghan Salaga, Morgan Kistler and Taylor Jones. In doubles, Rene Williams and Victoria Gruen won the No. 1 match, while Dani Schoeppner and Grace Heird combined to win the No. 2 match.

Central York 4, Northeastern 1: At Central, the Panthers received singles victories from Maddison Mummert and Annika Rempp. Carolyn Snell and Sarah Kohr combined to win at No. 1 doubles, while Olivia Quartey and Daniella Fiestritzer combined to win at No. 2 doubles. For the Bobcats, Brynn MacDonald won at No. 3 singles.

Hanover 3, West York 2: At Hanover, the Bulldogs captured two of the three singles matches but were unable to come up with the team win. Audrey Kinney and Evelyn Nguyen each won a singles match for the Bulldogs.

Kennard-Dale 3, Littlestown 2: At Littlestown, the Rams received singles victories from Brianna Miller and Genevieve Ostmann, while Megan Hawkins and Julie Rubelmann combined to win the No. 1 doubles match.