Monthly Archives: June 2011

Extreme Makeover: Gym Edition, track team to wear skirts and much more

Kansas hoops recruit plans to give football a try his senior year Video proves record is not broken but officials refuse to change it Football star protests to save job of 3-win coach 

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Twenty-two from YAIAA named to District 3 volleyball all-star teams

Tweet Little late in getting to this, but apparently the Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association recently released it’s All-District teams from around the state. Since this is the season of all-stars (and if you haven’t already, check out our springs sports … Continue reading

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Local wrestlers head to junior national duels; Magazine names Marsteller wrestler of the week

Tweet A pair of local wrestlers left town today to take part in the USAW National Junior Dual Wrestling Championships, which begin Thursday. Central York’s Sam Butler will wrestle in the 98-pound weight class for the Pennsylvania team, Panthers coach … Continue reading

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Coaches start brawl, stunning wing span and much more

Prep golfer wins $5,000 then promptly turns it down  Team has infield practice without ball, then commits four errors High school basketball player’s stunning wing span

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William Penn jumper places at national meet

Tweet William Penn’s Jarred Posey cemented his spot as one of the nation’s top triple jumpers last week — and added to his school record jump in the process. Posey, the junior, placed eighth in the triple jump at the … Continue reading

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Central York picks Schieler as new hoops coach

Tweet For the fourth time in seven years, the Central York boys’ basketball team has a new coach. The newest member of that quartet is Kevin Schieler, the former Littlestown coach who shepherded the Panthers’ junior varsity team last season. … Continue reading

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2010-11 YAIAA season in review: Part 2

Tweet We posted the first half of our end-of-the-season retrospective last weekend. Now it’s time for Part 2. Here they are, the top five moments of the 2010-11 YAIAA scholastic sports season…

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Chad Kelly announces commitment to Clemson

Tweet You can read more about it on his high school’s web site here. also has a story on the commitment here. We’ll have our own brief story posted on shortly. I’ve posted a YouTube video of Kelly’s … Continue reading

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Dover native Black named ASICS All-American

Tweet The awards continue to roll in for Dover native Brooks Black. The soon-to-be junior heavyweight, who just wrapped up his sophomore year at wrestling powerhouse Blair Academy, earned a first-team selection to the 26th annual ASICS All-America Wrestling Team … Continue reading

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Chad Kelly to announce college decision Thursday

Tweet According to CBS affiliate WIVB-TV in Buffalo, former Red Lion quarterback Chad Kelly will announce his college decision on Thursday. The station also reports Kelly has narrowed his choice down to three schools: Alabama, Clemson and Florida State. Kelly, … Continue reading

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