Monthly Archives: June 2010

Red Lion’s Zeller ‘pretty set’ on Maryland

After weeks of fielding recruiting interest and trekking to campuses across the country, Red Lion football standout Andrew Zeller appears ready to make a decision on his college future. The rising senior lineman plans to visit the University of Maryland … Continue reading

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Nicholas visiting Penn State this weekend, says Rutgers is ‘out’

Andrew Nicholas is not sure where he’ll be playing his college basketball next fall. One thing does appear certain: Eastern York’s soon-to-be-senior wing will not attend Rutgers, the school he verbally committed to last summer. Nicholas reconsidered his commitment to … Continue reading

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YAIAA season in review: Part Two

We’re back with the second half of our end-of-season retrospective. Let’s get right started with number five… 5. Friday night lights After a thrilling District 3 title run in 2008, the West York football team nearly turned the trick again … Continue reading

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YAIAA season in review: Part One

Just like that, it was over. With the Bermudian Springs baseball team’s Class AA state championship victory Friday, the 2009-10 scholastic sports season officially came to an end. It was one filled with peaks and valleys. With sensational athletes and … Continue reading

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Congratulations to all-star athletes, all-star students

The York Daily Record/Sunday News will unveil its spring all-stars, starting Saturday in the paper. You can check GameTimePA.com later tonight for the first sport, girls’ lacrosse, and we’ll keep going until next Sunday. A thank you goes out to … Continue reading

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Live blog: PIAA Class AA baseball championship

ALTOONA — Good morning everybody, we’re live from beautiful Blair County Ballpark for today’s PIAA Class AA baseball final between Bermudian Springs (20-7) and Martinsburg Central (17-10). Start time is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. We’ll have plenty of updates to … Continue reading

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Bermudian baseball prepared for PIAA final

Note: We’ll be live blogging tomorrow’s PIAA Class AA baseball final here on the Varsity Beat, beginning at 10:15. You can also get updates via our @GameTimePA Twitter account On Thursday afternoon, Bob Bonner took his Bermudian Springs baseball team … Continue reading

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Dallastown, William Penn will compete in Pennsylvania Passing League

Itching for the return of football season? Who isn’t. But while high schoolers won’t hit the gridiron for another few months, it’s never too early to start thinking about who might be the teams to beat come the fall. A … Continue reading

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Zeller adds Oregon to offer list; More info on YAIAA-Mid-Penn all-star game

The stock on Red Lion lineman Andrew Zeller appears to keep going up. Last month, the Red Lion lineman added his fourth written scholarship offer — this one from Pac-10 (is it Pac-16 yet?) power Oregon. The Ducks visited Zeller … Continue reading

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Can Dallastown soccer repeat this year’s success?

Standing on the turf soccer field at Hershey High School on Tuesday, Dallastown girls’ soccer coach Barry Barbush summed up his team’s season in this fashion: “I think we left a mark with people. I think they know next year … Continue reading

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