Archive for the ‘Girls’ Volleyball’ Category

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West York girls’ volleyball coach Joe Ramp instituted a rule that his team must concentrate during the bus rides for road contests.

That means no talking to each other or playing music that anyone else can hear.

For the most part, that rule has worked well for the Bulldogs, who won the York-Adams Division II title a season ago.

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Northeastern at Dover boy's soccer

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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York Suburban stormed back from an 0-2 hole to beat Susquehannock and remain in the thick of the York-Adams Division II girls’ volleyball race on Thursday, Oct. 13.

The Trojans downed Susquehannock in Glen Rock, 16-25, 22-25, 25-15, 25-12, 15-10.

Suburban improved to 10-1 in the division and sits in second place behind unbeaten West York (12-0). Susquehannock fell to 7-5 in the division.

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EMIGSVILLE — In every athletic competition, the result is almost always the most important matter.

Not all victories, however, are alike.

That was the case for the Central York girls’ volleyball team on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

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Trilby Kite is shown here during her days playing junior

Much like the fictional television character, Doogie Howser, Trilby Kite is anything but a “normal” high school senior.

In fact, there are very few “normal” things about the gifted West York girls’ volleyball setter, who only recently turned 16.

Age, however, is only a number for Kite.

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Central York at Dallastown girls' volleyball

DALLASTOWN — It’s become clear that it takes a little while for the Central York girls’ volleyball team to get going this season.

After dropping the first two game against Spring Grove last month, the Panthers rallied back to win the final three to upset the then-first-place Rockets.

History repeated itself Thursday, Oct. 5, when Central traveled to take on York-Adams League Division I rival Dallastown. The visitors fell behind 0-2 in the match before they finally got going.

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Central York vs Red Lion field hockey

In a showdown between the top two teams in York-Adams League Division I field hockey, the difference between Central York and Red Lion is apparently minuscule.

On Wednesday, Oct. 4, there wasn’t any separation at all.

The Panthers and Lions played to a 1-1 tie at Red Lion, with the draw serving as the first blemish of any kind to Central York’s division record. The Panthers are now 9-0-1 in Division I play, while Red Lion sits at 6-2-2.

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