Monthly Archives: January 2011

RLC’s Steckel approaching school, county record

Tweet Red Lion Christian’s Logan Steckel has long-since surpassed the 2,000-point mark. Now the senior sharpshooter is taking aim at the school — and county — scoring records. Steckel needs 64 more points to pass the school record of 2,573 … Continue reading

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National news: Is it OK to win by 105 points?

Tweet So out in Utah, [a girls' basketball team recently won a game, 108-3](http://athleticbusiness.com/articles/lexisnexis.aspx?lnarticleid=1345268223&lntopicid=136030023). That’s right. A 105-point victory. The school that was defeated, West Ridge Academy, is “a private boarding school for children and teenagers with behavioral problems, family … Continue reading

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Dallastown steps up to support Eastern’s Taylor

Tweet The York-Adams basketball community continues to rally around Breeanna Taylor, the Eastern York sophomore who was diagnosed with Leukemia earlier this month. The Dallastown girls’ basketball team used last night’s game against Eastern to honor Taylor, a member of … Continue reading

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Eastern York sees progress after brutal stretch

Tweet I was hoping to post these this morning, but better late than never, I suppose. Here are a few thoughts from my trip to Plymouth Whitemarsh High School on Friday night to see Eastern York take on mighty Chester… … Continue reading

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McGlynn closing in on scoring record

Tweet Four McGlynn should hit another scoring milestone Tuesday. Dallastown’s senior guard is just seven points away from becoming the Wildcats’ all-time leading boys’ scorer. He’ll almost certainly get there Tuesday, when Dallastown (16-2, 11-1) hosts William Penn (18-1, 12-0) … Continue reading

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High School headlines from around the State

Carlisle grapplers run into Cumberland Valley at the wrong time Cumberland Valley improves to 12-3 after defeating Carlisle who drops to 9-2.  Cumberland Valley cruised to a 53-12 victory. Hershey sweeps Cumberland Valley on Senior Day The Hershey boys swim … Continue reading

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YAIAA girls’ basketball power rankings, Jan. 28

Tweet I wanted to get these posted before tonight’s slate of games. I’ll be heading out east to see the Eastern York boys’ play Chester at Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School tonight. We’ll try to have updates for you on our GameTimePA … Continue reading

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GameTimePA TV: Logjam in Div. II, district contenders do battle

Tweet In this week’s feature episode, Steve and I examine the the latest developments in YAIAA boys’ hoops, including the suddenly wide-open field in Division II and two local rivals who could contend for a District 3 title. Check out … Continue reading

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Concussion law on the way in Pennsylvania?

Tweet In some ways, 2010 seemed like the year of the concussion. The issue was everywhere, each TV spot and newspaper article catapulting it further and further into our consciousness. Many news outlets, including this one, wrote big stories on … Continue reading

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YAIAA boys’ basketball power rankings, Jan. 26

Tweet The winter weather creeping across the northeast may have wiped out all of tonight’s scheduled high school action, but it does give us a chance to catch up on our YAIAA basketball power rankings. Check the jump for the … Continue reading

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