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Blaine Claiborne likes his York Catholic boys’ basketball teams to play fast.

He always has.

It’s the style of play that has transformed the Fighting Irish into the class of York-Adams Division III.

In order to play that style, the team must prepare itself properly.

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After a sluggish first period, Central York pulled away to shut out Dallastown 7-0 in a Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Rothrock Division contest on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at York City Ice Arena.

The win kept Central undefeated at 8-0, while Dallastown remained winless at 0-7-1.

After leading just 1-0 following the first period, Central York found its offense, scoring three goals in each of the final two periods.

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Red Lion High School graduate Ali Posey has added another accomplishment to her storied York College field hockey career.

Posey was named to the Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division III All-America Second Team.

As a senior in a new role at midfield, Posey finished with 21 points on seven goals and seven assists in 18 games in 2017. She scored a pair of game-winning goals and had at least two points in a game seven times.

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Susquehannock vs Manheim Central in boys D-3, Class 3-A playoff

When the Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association all-state soccer teams were released recently, the York-Adams League had six players recognized.

Three boys and three girls from the Y-A League earned the all-state honors.

On the boys’ team, the three Y-A League divisional players of the year were selected. They were Central York senior Nick Starr, Susquehannock senior Jason Weger and Hanover senior Diego Aguilar.

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District 3 Class 5-A Championship

Nobody likes the person who picks chalk when filling out a bracket during March Madness.

In the end, picking favorites tends to be the better, more successful strategy, but the fun when filling out a bracket comes with finding and picking upsets.

Don’t worry, I’m not fast-forwarding more than three months to discuss the college basketball national tournament. I am, however, setting up a preview of which York-Adams League boys’ basketball teams could reign supreme in each of the three divisions by the regular season’s end.

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If you’re a college wrestling fan, there’s no better place to live than Pennsylvania.

That point was driven home in a very big way this past weekend.

It started Friday night, when a Lock Haven University team stacked with former District 3 standouts earned the program’s most important victory in a dozen years.

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Susquehannock vs Central York ice hockey

There were signs last year that the Central York ice hockey team could be a force to be reckoned with this season in the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League.

Signs, however, only tell so much.

With a new head coach and a squad made up almost entirely of players from the Central York School District, the Panthers have certainly lived up to, if not exceeded, expectations.

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