Monthly Archives: September 2010

Keys to the game: York Catholic-Littlestown

Tweet Looking at the schedule, this is probably the most enticing, non-Division I game we’ll see for the rest of this regular season. On one hand you have Littlestown (4-0), the point-popping, high-flying offensive juggernaut, capable of dizzying opponents with … Continue reading

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Pa. House passes bill on treatment of concussions

Tweet The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has passed a bill aimed at establishing guidelines for the management of concussions among youth athletes. The Safety in Youth Sports Act, which would pertain to high school and junior high athletes, was passed … Continue reading

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West York volleyball to host Dig Pink event

Tweet For the second straight year, the West York girls’ volleyball team will host a Dig Pink event to benefit breast cancer research. The event will take place Monday, when the Bulldogs host Spring Grove in a nonleague match. Doors … Continue reading

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More fun with district power rankings

Tweet When it comes to District 3’s power rankings, football tends to snag most of the attention. But the district’s brand new rankings system also applies to boys’ soccer and field hockey (on a trial basis for this year, at … Continue reading

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Red Lion looking like a contender in Division I

Tweet In my weekly notes column Wednesday, I took a look at the development of Red Lion quarterback Tanner Klinefelter. After being thrown into the lineup last year unexpectedly, the 6-foot-2 junior has looked far more comfortable this year in … Continue reading

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Watch the Week 5 edition of GameTimePA TV

Tweet In this week’s featured episode of GameTimePA TV, we take a look at the state of Division II. How will West York bounce back from Friday’s defeat? And is there anybody that can step up and challenge the Bulldogs … Continue reading

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YAIAA Week 4 statistical leaders

Tweet With four weeks in the books, here are the updated individual leaders in each of the three major offensive categories. RUSHING Marcus Holley, York County Tech — 69 carries, 607 yards, 8.8 ypc, 8 TDs Alex Cooley, Eastern York … Continue reading

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YAIAA football chat 9/28

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YAIAA football power rankings, 9/27

Tweet And then there were two. Undefeated teams, that is. Dallastown and Littlestown continued their unbeaten starts to the season with wins Friday, and both retain the top two spots in our weekly power rankings. But there was certainly plenty … Continue reading

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First District 3 football power rankings released

Tweet I don’t care if it’s only Week 5, it’s still always exciting when the first edition of District 3’s football power rankings comes out. It’s our first glimpse at a set of rankings which actually matter, and which eventually … Continue reading

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