Monthly Archives: November 2010

Where Red Lion’s run ranks in program history

Tweet By all accounts, this has been a historic season for the Red Lion football program. The program notched its first three District 3 playoff victories, and in the process become just the second YAIAA team to qualify for the … Continue reading

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YAIAA high school sports chat – 11/30

John and Steve are back again at 8 p.m. to answer your YAIAA questions as the fall season winds down and the winter starts to heat up. The hot topic of the week: Will Red LIon win the YAIAA’s first … Continue reading

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Red Lion-Cumberland Valley: An early look

Tweet We’ll have plenty of breakdowns and analysis in the coming days, leading up to Red Lion’s District 3-AAAA final showdown with Cumberland Valley. To get started, here are a few initial thoughts about Saturday’s 6 p.m. showdown. Feel free … Continue reading

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Red Lion to face District 3’s best

Tweet When the Red Lion football team heads to Hershey next Saturday for its District 3-AAAA final, the Lions will be matched up with the area’s most accomplished, playoff-tested program. Cumberland Valley (11-2) has been a fixture in these sort … Continue reading

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Ibarra earns second-team all-state honors

Tweet In a season in which she dominated both the YAIAA and District 3 cross country scene, Central York’s Kelsey Ibarra collected one more honor this week. The Panthers sophomore was named to 2010 Pennsylvania Track and Field Coaches Association … Continue reading

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The origins of Red Lion’s playoff run

Tweet As we sit here in anticipation of Red Lion’s District 3 semifinal clash against Daniel Boone on Friday, I can’t help but think back to a point when the Lions season was cast squarely into doubt. In Week 7, … Continue reading

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National roundup: Ambulance denied access to field; School forfeits district title

A few interesting national high school stories popped into my e-mail the other day. The first was about a principal in San Jose who denied an ambulance access to the football field after a player was hurt – he suffered … Continue reading

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Divers wanted at Red Lion

The Red Lion High School is hoping to find some divers for their swimming and diving teams this winter. The squad is coached by former Red Lion diving star Keith Stair.

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YAIAA prep sports chat, 11/23

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By the numbers: YAIAA teams in districts

Tweet The numbers say this hasn’t exactly been the best postseason for YAIAA football. And that’s not necessarily because one team — Red Lion — remains in the District 3 field. At this time last season, only two York-Adams teams … Continue reading

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