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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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Central York vs Spring Grove girls' volleyball

SPRING GROVE — In volleyball, there’s often a discussion about whether a particular team has the killer instinct.

Especially when that team is one of the favorites to earn a division title.

Teams that have the instinct are usually the ones that are playing into late October and early November.

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Central York vs Dallastown field hockey

DALLASTOWN — Over the weekend, the Central York field hockey team got a taste of playing against the best of the Lancaster-Lebanon League.

While that taste was a little bitter, the weekend contests prepared the Panthers well for a battle against a York County power on Monday, Sept. 18, when they faced York-Adams Division I rival Dallastown on the turf at Wildcat Field.

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West York vs Suquehannock soccer

GLEN ROCK — Susquehannock boys’ soccer standout Jason Weger enjoyed a breakout 2017 performance, and it came at just the right time.

Weger, who was the Warriors’ leading goal scorer a season ago, had just one goal heading into a home contest against York-Adams League Division II rival West York on Thursday, Sept. 14.

It didn’t take a coach to make Weger aware that he needed to change up his game. The senior standout figured that out on his own during the first half against the Bulldogs.

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SPRING GROVE — Momentum is a crucial thing in volleyball.

Those that have it generally benefit greatly from it.

Right now, no team in the York-Adams League has more momentum than the Spring Grove girls.

After dropping the first two games against Dallastown last Thursday, Sept. 7, the Rockets rode a wave of momentum in a comeback victory against the preseason Division I favorite.

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Dallastown vs Northeaster girls' soccer

MANCHESTER — The clash with York-Adams League Division I rival Dallastown wasn’t just another game on the schedule for the Northeastern girls’ soccer team.

The match on Tuesday, Sept. 12, was special for several reasons.

For one, Bobcat coach Diana Collier is a graduate of Dallastown. For another, it was a chance for Collier and her deep and talented squad to make an early statement vs. a division rival.

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DOVER — After losing most of his talented defense from a season ago, Susquehannock girls’ soccer coach Pat Brubaker figured that low-scoring games would be few and far between this season.

Brubaker, however, didn’t expect his talented squad to give up two goals over the first 10 minutes of its season opener Thursday, Sept. 7, against York-Adams League Division II rival Dover.

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