Monthly Archives: April 2010

Revs to host Eastern York Sports Night

Another nice touch by the York Revolution, who continue to do their best to connect with the area’s scholastic sports fan base. On Monday, May 17, the Revs and Sovereign Bank Stadium will host Eastern York Sports Night, in large … Continue reading

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The Jump, April 30: Anatomy of a no-hitter

We’ll start today with a video. I had the good fortune to be on hand Thursday for West York senior Keenan Stare’s no-hitter during the Bulldogs’ 5-0 victory over Dover. The no-no was Stare’s second in two weeks, and West … Continue reading

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The Jump, April 29: Dover’s Strausbaugh gets national recognition

Starting today, were going to try a new daily feature at the Varsity Beat called “The Jump” (it took me all of 30 seconds to come up with the name). Every Tuesday-Saturday, we’ll have a morning post taking a quick-hit … Continue reading

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Red Lion’s Zeller fielding Division I offers

Last week, we wrote about Dallastown linebacker Ben Klline, who has received at least eight Division I scholarship offers. Well, it seems another York County football player is getting some national notice: Red Lion lineman Andrew Zeller. Lions coach Pat … Continue reading

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Bearcats trio officially headed to Northampton

In our Sunday paper, I wrote this story on former William Penn three-sport star Jason Roscoe, who’s now an assistant coach at Northampton Community College. Roscoe played a major role this past winter in recruiting a trio of Bearcats — … Continue reading

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Dallastown’s Kline up to eight scholarship offers

This spring has been a little crazy for Dallastown’s Ben Kline. How crazy? When I got a hold of the junior linebacker via phone Wednesday, he was on his way back from a visit to West Virginia’s spring practice. That … Continue reading

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After back-to-back no-hitters, West York heads to South Western

Roger Czerwinski isn’t totally unfamiliar with no-hitters. The West York baseball coach pitched two himself, and coached another one before this season. Still, there no way Czerwinski could have expected what his Bulldogs produced this past week. Two games. Four … Continue reading

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Can Lockwood, Arnold challenge at states?

Tuesday duel meet between Dallastown and Central York offered a glimpse of a few potential district and state contenders. Two names stood out among the rest: Dallastown’s Chuck Lockwood and Central York Khaddisha Arnold. Lockwood, a distance specialist who won … Continue reading

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Hill officially out as Rutgers basketball coach

I didn’t think I’d have to wait this long to write this blog post, but finally the messy divorce between Fred Hill and Rutgers University is now over. Hill resigned as the Scarlet Knights men’s basketball coach on Monday, accepting … Continue reading

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York to host state’s top volleyball talent … Again

For the second straight week, York County will play home to some of the state’s premier boys’ volleyball talent. Last week, Northeastern hosted the king-sized Bobcat Invitational, which bought several of Pennsylvania’s most elite programs. On Saturday, many of those … Continue reading

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