York Catholic’s Nick Geiman leads Fighting Irish to Division III and YAIAA Championships. (Clare Becker — GameTimePA)
We are at the halfway point of our 2014 fall sports season, and while a sport (golf) has already begun postseason play, most sports are right in the thick of divisional play with championships aplenty to be decided over the next few weeks.
Let’s take a look at how the divisions stack up at the midway point of the season.
The division championships in golf have already been decided as Central York (Div. I), Eastern York (Div. II) and York Catholic (Div. III) have all walked away with titles. The Fighting Irish also walked away with the YAIAA team championship, edging the Panthers and Golden Knights 303 to 308 to 314.
Girls’ Tennis has a pair of teams, Dallastown and York Catholic that have each clinched a share of their respective titles in Divisions I and II. The Wildcats can clinch the title outright with a win over visiting Susquehannock Thursday, while the Fighting Irish can clinch their title at Hanover on Thursday.
Not a whole lot to report so far on the gridiron, as we are just one game through the divisional slate with six more weeks of action to go.
Onto the sports with not as clear a picture, and we start with Cross Country.
In the boys’ portion, Division I is a 3-horse race as Red Lion, Dallastown and Central York each have yet to receive a divisional loss. Red Lion leads the division with three wins. Don’t expect any clarity until these three teams meet on Oct. 7 at Spring Grove.
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