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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTRed Lion vs Central York girls volleyball 09/23/2015

The York-Adams League will send a dozen teams into the District 3 Girls’ Volleyball Tournament, including a pair of No. 1 seeds, a No. 2 seed and two No. 3 seeds.

In the 16-team Class 4-A field, Red Lion (15-2) is seeded No. 1, followed by Central York (11-3) at No. 3, Dallastown (14-5) at No. 8 and South Western (8-8) at No. 14. Red Lion and Central shared the York-Adams Division I title.

In the 16-team Class 3-A bracket, West York (19-1) earned the No. 2 seed behind No. 1 Garden Spot (14-1). The other York-Adams teams in Class 3-A are Susquehannock (13-4) at No. 7, York Suburban (11-5) at No. 8 and Gettysburg (11-7) at No. 15. West York went unbeaten en route to the York-Adams Division II championship.

In the six-team Class 2-A playoffs, Delone Catholic (15-1) captured the No. 1 seed, followed by York Catholic (13-4) at No. 3, Littlestown (9-7) at No. 5 and Hanover (10-7) at No. 6. Delone had a perfect record en route to winning the York-Adams Division III crown. York Catholic won the District 3 Class 1-A title a year ago, but was bumped up to Class 2-A when the girls’ volleyball playoffs were expanded from three classes to four classes for this season.

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DALLASTOWN — If the West York girls’ volleyball team was thinking that the first round of the York-Adams League playoffs would not be a challenge, the Division II champions got a rough reality check Monday evening.

Taking on a Dallastown outfit that finished third in Division I on the Wildcats’ home floor, the Bulldogs found out pretty quickly that the playoffs are a different beast than the regular season.

Fortunately for Coach Joe Ramp, his West York squad was able to get by.




Red Lion and Central York finished tied for the York-Adams Division I girls’ volleyball championship after earning 3-0 victories on Thursday night.

Both teams finished 10-2 in division action.

Central, however, earned the top seed from D-I for the upcoming league tournament by winning a tiebreaker. In their two head-to-head matches, Central earned a 5-4 edge in games won. Central lost to Red Lion in the first meeting between the teams, 3-2, but won the second meeting, 3-1.

The league tournament begins with quarterfinal action on Monday at Dallastown High School. The match-ups are as follows:

Division I No. 1 seed Central vs. Division III No. 2 seed York Catholic at 6 p.m. (Court 1).

Division III No. 1 seed Delone Catholic vs. Division II No. 3 seed York Suburban at 7:30 p.m. (Court 1).

Division I No. 2 seed Red Lion vs. Division II No. 2 seed Susquehannock at 6 p.m. (Court 2).

Division II No. 1 seed West York vs. Division I No. 3 seed Dallastown at 7:30 p.m. (Court 2).


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The Central York girls’ volleyball team took care of business on Tuesday night.

Needing a win to all but assure itself of grabbing at least a share of the York-Adams League Division I crown. the Panthers captured a pivotal 25-18, 19-25, 25-23, 25-23 triumph over visiting Red Lion.

The victory avenged a five-game loss at Red Lion earlier in the year.

Central and Red Lion are now tied for the division lead at 9-2. Each has just one division match remaining.



Delone Catholic has advanced to the District 3 Class 2-A girls’ tennis semifinals.

The Squirettes advanced on Monday with a 3-2 triumph vs. Kutztown at the Hershey Racquet Club.

Delone, the York-Adams Division II champion, received victories from Alyssa Neudecker at No. 1 singles and Ellie Neudecker at No. 2 singles, while Bridget Kilkelly and Maria Waminal captured the No. 1 doubles match.

The Squirettes will face Lancaster Catholic on Wednesday at 3:15 p.m. back at Hershey Racquet Club.




West York is the outright York-Adams Division II girls’ volleyball champion.

The Bulldogs clinched the title on Thursday.

West York earned a  25-10, 25-19, 25-13 victory over Northeastern in Manchester. Susquehannock, meanwhile, earned a 25-19, 21-25, 22-25, 25-23, 15-13 victory at York Suburban.



West York remained perfect in York-Adams League Division II girls’ volleyball action on Tuesday with a 25-18, 25-20, 25-15 victory over Eastern York in Wrightsville.

The first-place Bulldogs improved to 11-0 in the division.

Abbey James had 26 assists for West York, while Trilby Kite had 15 digs and Kate Tate and Tesia Thomas had eight kills each. Natalie Grim had eight digs for Eastern and Liz Pyles had six assists.


RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@yaiaascoresRed Lion vs Central York girls volleyball 09/23/2015

RED LION — The girls’ volleyball banner hanging from the ceiling inside the gym at Red Lion High School commemorates several successful seasons in school history.

It’s a sense of pride for players present and past.

One thing it doesn’t have, however, is a recent update. The Lions haven’t won a division or league title since 2006.



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The York Catholic girls’ volleyball team remained perfect in York-Adams Division III action on Tuesday with a 25-23, 25-17, 25-23 triumph at Hanover.

The Lady Irish moved to 5-0 in the division, good for a tie for first-place with Delone Catholic.

McKenna Walker had 22 digs for Catholic, while her teammate, Megan Dougherty, had 10 assists. Alexa Merrel had 10 kills for Hanover.



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YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTYork Suburban Black Out posterThursday night, the York Suburban High School girls’ volleyball team will play host to its seventh annual Black Out during a match against Eastern York.

The event first began in 2010 and is an opportunity to raise awareness and funds to benefit various medical issues that impact the community.

This year’s event will benefit the Ayden Zeigler-Kohler Fund to support the Kohler family deal with 9-year-old Ayden’s recent brain cancer diagnosis.

A raffle will be held with various prizes from local businesses.List of local businesses providing raffle prizes for