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Susqueahnnock at Eastern York wrestling

WRIGHTSVILLE — Dealing with change is part of wrestling.

Injuries, illnesses and many other factors can sometimes be a blessing or a curse, depending on how one reacts to it.

Such was the case Thursday, Jan. 18, at Eastern York High School when the host Golden Knights faced rival Susquehannock in a York-Adams League Division II wrestling battle.

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Dallastown vs. Delone Catholic

EMIGSVILLE — Basketball is played indoors, but don’t let anyone tell you that the weather can’t have an impact on the sport.

Many games this season have already been postponed because of inclement conditions outside.

The Dallastown-Central York girls’ basketball showdown on Wednesday, Jan. 17, was not one of the postponed encounters, but the weather almost certainly had an impact. The host Panthers did not play particularly well over the first three quarters and the visiting Wildcats built a 13-point advantage.

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WY EHS wrestling

WRIGHTSVILLE — In a match in which every bout finished with six points being awarded to either visiting West York or host Eastern York, it came down to one point.

For the Bulldogs, that point cost them a victory.

With West York leading 42-18 with four bouts left, it seemed virtually certain the Bulldogs would prevail.

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Eastern York vs Dover girls' basketball

WRIGHTSVILLE — It’s human nature to get a bit antsy when a big milestone is drawing near.

Eastern York girls’ basketball standout Hannah Myers, who was closing in on 1,000 points for her career, was certainly feeling some anxiety.

Pressing a little more than she normally would recently, Myers had her sights set on reaching that goal in the second game of Rotary Club of Eastern York County Annual Holiday Basketball Tournament on Wednesday, Dec. 27, at Eastern York High School.

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Spring Grove's Dalton Rohrbaugh, rop, and Mason Myers

EMIGSVILLE — When it comes to wrestling, there’s only one thing on Dalton Rohrbaugh’s mind this year — winning a state title.

A year after a disappointing 1-2 record at the PIAA event in Hershey, Rohrbaugh can’t help but think of those two losses, day after day. They’re fueling the Spring Grove standout as he embarks on his senior campaign, two years after placing third at states as a sophomore.

Part of that motivation has led Rohrbaugh to the weight room. While it would seem logical for wrestlers to get stronger, for Rohrbaugh it isn’t that simple.

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New Oxford vs. Susqy

GLEN ROCK — Through the first three games of the season, the West York girls’ basketball team was averaging nearly 60 points per game.

On Tuesday, Dec. 19, against York-Adams League Division II rival Susquehannock, the Bulldogs struggled to get halfway to their average.

While West York no doubt missed several very make-able shots in the second half, the Warriors defense refused to budge. Led by a 12-point, five-block game from Jaden Walker, Susquehannock held the visiting Bulldogs to just one field goal over the final 16 minutes.

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Reading at Central York girls' basketball

EMIGSVILLE — A new season always brings a certain amount of change to a high school athletic program.

No program stays the same, normally because of injuries, graduation or improvement by younger players.

The Central York girls’ basketball team is certainly not exempt from that reality.

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