Monthly Archives: March 2011

Kelvin Parker commits to Mount St. Mary’s

Tweet William Penn basketball standout Kelvin Parker has committed to Division I Mount St. Mary’s, Bearcats coach Troy Sowers said Thursday. The 6-foot-4 forward was one of the top players in the area this season, showing an ability to take … Continue reading

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Dover looking for new girls’ basketball coach

Tweet Dover High School is looking for a new girls’ basketball coach, the school said in a release sent out this week. The advertisement would seem to signal the end of Mike Sanders’ three-year run at the school. Sanders, a … Continue reading

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Dallastown’s Conroy verbals to Maryland

Tweet Add one more name to the list York County lacrosse players garnering some high-profile college interest. Dallastown junior Patrick Conroy verbally committed in the fall to Maryland, Wildcats coach Chris Andrews confirmed Wednesday. Conroy, a 5-foot-9 long-stick midfielder, chose … Continue reading

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This is a spring sport?

The following photos were taken and submitted by Thomas Crone, who like the rest of us must be wondering if the March 30th girls’ soccer game between Kennard-Dale and York Suburban would actually be considered a spring sport. Yes, that … Continue reading

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National high school sports news, 3/30

Stadium suffers $1.5 million damage after tornado hits. Star seniors put on a show during dunk contest. Girls are just as good as the boys.   Just ask the Boys and Girls Basketball team

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Liberty drops D-I wrestling; Conaway’s college search starts over

Tweet This month had been going so well for Jordan Conaway. It started a few weeks ago, when New Oxford’s senior standout won a 112-pound, Class AAA state championship. Then, this past weekend, he beat the nation’s top-ranked 112-pounder at … Continue reading

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Red Lion WR Baublitz headed to St. Francis (Pa.)

Tweet Red Lion wide receiver Joe Baublitz has signed a letter of intent to continue his football career at St. Francis, Lions coach Pat Conrad said. Baublitz was Red Lion’s second leading receiver last season, hauling in 46 catches for … Continue reading

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Monmouth hires Rice as men’s basketball coach

Tweet Eastern York standouts Austin Tillotson and Andrew Nicholas know who they’ll be playing for next season. Monmouth, the school both have signed with, announced Tuesday it has hired King Rice as its new men’s basketball coach. Besides having a … Continue reading

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National high school sports news, 3/28

Check out some interested high school sports news from around the country: Pay to Play?…find out how expensive it is to play a sport in Ohio. Tourney run ends due to…….band trip? Duval County in Florida cuts ALL sports next year

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High school headlines from around the state, 3/26

Neumann-Goretti boys defend their PIAA Class AAA basketball title Freshman Ja’Quan Newton led Neumann-Goretti with 17 points as the Saints defeated Montour 55-45 to win their second consecutive PIAA Class AAA title. Mt. Lebanon girls hold on for third consecutive … Continue reading

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