Monthly Archives: January 2010

Game of the season

Red Lion and Central York staged an epic battle Friday night and the youthful Panthers roared back from a nine-point deficit and posted a 61-60 overtime victory over the Lions. It was a game worthy of reliving, so here is … Continue reading

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YAIAA girls’ basketball power rankings 1/28

The top four teams stay the same in this week’s girls power rankings, although there was plenty of shuffling behind that quartet. Last week’s ranking in parentheses. 1. West York (1) – No change here. The Bulldogs (16-0) rolled along … Continue reading

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YAIAA boys’ basketball power rankings 1/27

With just four games to go in the regular season, it’s time to check in with another round of power rankings. The boys are up first. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. 1. Eastern York (1) – Ho hum. The … Continue reading

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High school national championships on the way

It looks like high school athletes around the country will soon have the opportunity to compete on a national stage. IMG Academies announced yesterday will hold national championships this summer at the company’s Brandenton, Fla.-based facility for 7-on-7 football and … Continue reading

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Barto the unsung hero for Eastern

Minutes after Eastern York’s thumping of Hanover on Friday, I was standing in a corridor next to Eastern’s gym, talking to Golden Knights coach Larry Fisher. I asked Fisher about Luke Barto — his hard-working, senior forward — and his … Continue reading

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Round-up: McGlynn reaches 1,000, Eastern rolls

A few links for you all this morning: – Dallastown junior Four McGlynn hit the 1,000-point mark with 4.2 second remaining in the Wildcats easy win over Susquehannock last night. – Eastern York continued its torrid run through the YAIAA, … Continue reading

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Dallastown’s McGlynn closing in on 1,000

When it comes to high school basketball, a player hitting 1,000 career points is a rare feat. To do it as a junior? Even rarer. That’s what Dallastown guard Four McGlynn will try to accomplish on Friday. The junior heads … Continue reading

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Gue changes mind, turns down Susky job

It looks like Deron Gue won’t be Susquehannock’s next football coach, after all. The Southern York School District was expected to vote on the hiring of Gue, a Lancaster Catholic assistant, at a school board meeting Thursday night. Instead, Gue … Continue reading

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York-Adams fans, send us your questions

One feature I’d like to try to implement on this blog on a weekly or biweekly basis is a reader mailbag, in which I answer any YAIAA-related questions from you, the readers. And because I don’t feel like making up … Continue reading

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YAIAA girls’ basketball power rankings 1/21

A little later than expected, but here’s another round of girls’ power rankings to take in. As always, previous week’s ranking is in parentheses. 1. West York (1) – The Bulldogs are all-but entrenched here after their 31-point rout of … Continue reading

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