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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.



West York 3, York High 0:


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


Red Lion outlasted Susquehannock in a non-league meeting of York-Adams League girls’ volleyball powers on Monday night, 25-23, 19-25, 24-26, 28-26, 15-13.

Susquehannock came in at 5-1 in York-Adams Division II, while Red Lion is 4-1 in Division I. The match was played at Glen Rock.


YORK DISPATCH STAFF REPORTSpring Grove vs. Red Lion girls' volleyball

The Red Lion girls’ volleyball team won a thrilling, five-game match against Central York on Thursday night, 25-22, 25-17, 16-25, 21-25, 15-8.

The win moved the Lions to 4-1 in York-Adams Division I play, while the Panthers fell to 3-2. Dallastown leads the division with a  5-1 mark.

Red Lion’s Lindsey Blevins had a match-high 27 kills, while Logan Dontell added 11 and Lauren Enfield had 10. Her sister, Jenna, had 21 digs in the match, while Maddie Grim had 46 assists.


RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@yaiaascoresWest York vs York Suburban girls' volleyball

Many of the best teams in sports go through some down times during the course of a season.

It’s how those teams respond that proves their resolve.

Such was the case with the West York girls’ volleyball team over the past week. After getting swept by York-Adams League Division I contender Red Lion Saturday, the Bulldogs had another tough task Wednesday against Division II rival York Suburban.


RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@ydsportsSpring Grove vs. Central York girls' volleyball

EMIGSVILLE — The Central York girls’ volleyball program has proven itself to be one of the better teams throughout the York-Adams League over the past several years.

Heading into the 2016 season, with most of last year’s division-winning outfit returning, competing for another Division I title was the expectation.

After an early-season loss to Dallastown, however, the Panthers were put on alert that a repeat would be no easy matter. That made Tuesday evening’s clash with rival Spring Grove all the more important. Another setback could prove devastating to winning another title.



York Tech captured a 28-26, 25-20, 19-25, 25-23 non-league girls’ volleyball triumph over visiting Columbia on Monday night.

Dasjiah Owens led the Spartans with 11 kills and seven digs. Also for Tech, Kayli Shoff had 10 assists, eight aces and 32 digs; Brooke Glass had 12 assists, three aces, three kills and 12 digs; and MaryBeth Diaz had four kills and six digs.



South Western 3, Littlestown 0: At Littlestown, Paige Rager led the Mustangs to the 25-16, 25-15, 25-16 victory with 10 kills and four digs. Teammate Ali St Rose had seven kills, eight assists, five aces and three blocks. For the Thunderbolts, Hanna Riley had six kills and eight digs. South Western won the JV match, 2-0.

RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@ydsportsSpring Grove vs. Red Lion girls' volleyball

RED LION — There was a lot of emotion on the Red Lion side during Thursday evening’s York-Adams League Division I girls’ volleyball showdown with Spring Grove.

The battle with the unbeaten Rockets was of high importance after the Lions fell to rival Dallastown a week ago. Another loss would set Red Lion back by two games in the division standings early in the campaign.



The York Tech girls’ volleyball team earned a 28-26, 25-23, 21-25, 25-16 victory at York High on Wednesday evening.

Tech was led by Brooke Glass (15 assists, three digs, two kills), Mary Beth Diaz (six kills, two digs, five aces) and Kayli Shoff (six aces, 10 assists, five digs). York High was paced by Willmarie Ortiz (four kills, three digs) and Natalie Seguinot (seven digs).