Poll: York/Adams boys’ Athlete of the Week | 9/9 to 9/14

Another week in the books. Catch up on all our coverage on the York/Adams section of GTPA. You can view the schedules for the next two days here.

If you know of a good performance — especially on defense! — email me at ejones@ydr.com by 9 p.m. Saturday.

Before we get to the poll, here’s a look back at the week:

  • Mustangs bounce back: One day after a disappointing loss, South Western’s boys’ soccer team earned a morale-lifting win against Spring Grove.
  • Galleries. Browse through a boatload of pictures in the new GameTimePA mediacenter.
  • We’ve grown. In case you missed the hype, GameTimePA now covers more than 150 schools in four districts.

    On to the voting. The AOW poll is open until 5 p.m. Monday. The winner will be announced on Twitter (@GameTimePA_SC) and will be eligible to be named the GameTimePA Athlete of the Week on Tuesday. Click here to read more about that.

    Continue reading to cast your vote:

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    I'm the editor of GameTimePA.com. Wife. Mom. Towson and Millersville grad. Member of Raider Nation.
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    2 Responses to Poll: York/Adams boys’ Athlete of the Week | 9/9 to 9/14

    1. Dawn Hamme says:

      Several votes are not being counted. People I work with tried to vote today and only one vote from our entire building was counted, everyone else got the message that their vote had already been counted even though it was their first time voting and each on a different PC? At least 10 votes were “lost” because of this. I realize the need for a filter to keep people from submitting numerous votes but it seems there is something not quite right with how it is working.

      • Lyzz Jones says:

        Hi Dawn. There are two ways to stop repeat votes: blocking by cookie or IP address. As folks have pointed out before, people can delete or refresh their cookies to drive up the voting, so my only option is to block by IP address. It sounds like your work network operates under one IP address, which is why you would only be able to vote once.

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