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DICK VanO’LINDA, 505-5403/@ydsportsWest York vs. Dover Swimming

DOVER — Maddi Stoner and Lindsay Brenneman grew up together swimming on the same club team.

Thursday, they were on different sides in a York-Adams League meet.

Stoner competed for West York and Brenneman for Dover when their teams renewed the Route 74 rivalry.

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The California University of Pennsylvania swimming team, led by Central York High School graduate Jade Arganbright, won three individual events and posted three runner-up finishes on Sunday morning while finishing second in the team standings at the Bob Mowerson Invitational during the team’s annual Florida training trip.

Hillsdale claimed the invitational title with 429.5 points, while Cal U (339.5) was the only other program to finish with at least 100 points.

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RYAN VANDERSLOOT, 505-5403/@yaiaascoresWest York vs New Oxford girls basketball

It’s one of basketball’s basic skills, but it can often make the difference between winning and losing.

Free throw shooting.

Those three words did not entirely account for the troubles that the West York girls’ basketball team had Monday evening at home against New Oxford, but they sure did draw the attention of Bulldogs coach Darrell Wildasin.

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DICK VanO’LINDA, 505-5403/@ydsportsCentral York vs Dallastown swimming

DALLASTOWN — Jake Stoner saw the numbers every day at practice: 51.78 seconds.

It was the Dallastown pool record in the 100-yard butterfly.

“I knew if I worked hard and put forth the effort that I was going to get that record,” Stoner said Thursday.

The Wildcats’ senior achieved his goal on an afternoon when both Dallastown teams, boys and girls, scored decisive York-Adams Division I victories over Central York. The Dallastown boys prevailed 123-47, and the Dallastown girls triumphed, 117-53.

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PIAA Wrestling Championships

It was another busy, and successful, weekend for York-Adams League wrestlers.

Several local athletes brought home hardware from some notable holiday tournaments.

A few local teams took part in the Governor Mifflin Holiday Tournament, with two York County products winning their weight classes.

Right off the bat at 106 pounds, York County flexed its muscles with Dover’s Matthew Rodriguez capturing the title. Along the way, he knocked off Cael Turnbull of Dallastown, who won his first three bouts by pins before falling to Rodriguez by major decision (15-6).

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The Dallastown swimming team defended its home pool on Wednesday by capturing first place in both the boys’ and girls’ meets in the Dallastown Invitational.

The girls’ team won with a team score of 125, with York Suburban finishing in second place with 67 points and Cedar Crest taking third with 54 points. In the boys’ meet, the Wildcats won with a team score of 113, with the Trojans taking second at 67 points and Cocalico finishing in third with 57 points. Cedar Cliff and Red Land also competed in the invitational to round out the six-team field.

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, 505-5446/@ydsportsCammile Adams, Hali Flickinger

The calendar is about to close on the 2016 York County sports year.

It was 12 months that none of us are likely to forget anytime soon.

There were mesmerizing moments of inspirational triumph, along with excruciating events of unspeakable tragedy.

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