Monthly Archives: December 2009

YAIAA girls’ basketball power rankings 12/31

You saw the boys’ rankings … now it’s the girls’ turn, where there was one change in the top 3. Enjoy. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to watch Dick Clark. Previous week’s ranking in parentheses. 1. West York … Continue reading

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Eastern’s Tillotson hits 1,000-point mark

Austin Tillotson joined his buddy and Eastern York teammate Andrew Nicholas in a select group Wednesday night. The junior guard (above) broke the career 1,000-point scoring plateau, hitting a driving layup late in the second quarter of the Golden Knights’ … Continue reading

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YAIAA boys’ basketball power rankings 12/31

A New Year is upon us, so break out the confetti, dust off those party hats and put the champagne on ice. But before you start the celebration, check out our latest YAIAA basketball power rankings, starting with the boys. … Continue reading

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Notes: Recapping a thriller in Lancaster

As I write this, it’s been about two hours since I departed from J.P. McCaskey High School in Lancaster, where rivals William Penn and McCaskey engaged in an absolute classic tonight. Looking back, I remember less a basketball game, and … Continue reading

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Dimoff’s Lions winning with depth

I know, I know. The Varsity Beat has been getting a bit Red Lion-heavy of late. Well, that’s where I spent Monday and Tuesday of this week, so you’ll have to humor me. In any event, the Red Lion girls’ … Continue reading

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Sophomore duo stepping up for Red Lion

At first glance, few would peg Jordan Jackson as a starting forward for one of the area’s better basketball teams. His stringy frame stretches to 6-foot-2 and struggles to fill his jersey. He weighs about 150 pounds, he said, and … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Bruce and the gang

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all from myself and everybody else at the Daily Record/Sunday News. We’ll be back Monday with plenty of coverage from a full-slate of holiday basketball tournaments. In the meantime, enjoy my all-time favorite rendition … Continue reading

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YAIAA girls’ basketball power rankings 12/24

Yesterday, you got a look at our boys’ basketball Top 10. Now it’s the girls’ turn. Our initial girls’ rankings are heavy with Division I teams, don’t be surprised if that changes as the year goes on. As always, feel … Continue reading

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Versatile Parker blossoming for Bearcats

William Penn’s Kelvin Parker is rare breed at the high school level. Or any other level for that matter. Enough size to play down low (he’s 6-foot-4). Enough range to play the wing or shooting guard. Enough handle to create … Continue reading

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YAIAA boys’ basketball power rankings 12/23

We’re a week and a half into the high school basketball season, and that means it’s time for the first installment of our weekly YAIAA power rankings. We’ll start with the boys, where our top team is still awaiting its … Continue reading

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