Author Archives: Steve Navaroli

About Steve Navaroli

Prep sports writer at the York Daily Record/Sunday News.

Brett Kinneman invited to 18-under national baseball tryouts

Brett Kinneman, who recently completed his junior year at West York, is one of 108 baseball players invited to participate in the 2014 Tournament of Stars, which will take place in Cary, N.C., starting on Tuesday, June 17. The week-long … Continue reading

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Some additional reactions from Northeastern and Central York sweeping to volleyball titles

Northeastern and Central York captured PIAA volleyball titles at Penn State on Saturday. The Bobcats swept Ambridge for their second straight PIAA championship in a rematch of the 2013 finals and the Panthers took care of North Allegheny in three … Continue reading

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Eight Red Lion athletes sign to play in college

Red Lion High School held a college signing ceremony this week and eight Lion seniors committed to play NCAA athletics. Basketball star Mike Fox is pictured above signing to play at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Two members … Continue reading

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The YAIAA volleyball rivalry

On mobile? Click here to view Thursday was another edition of what has become the premier boys volleyball rivalry in the YAIAA when Central York hosted Northeastern. The atmosphere was incredible as fans and students from both schools packed the … Continue reading

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Spring Grove grad Whitney Boeckel earns area honors

Arcadia University junior Whitney Boeckel, a Spring Grove grad, was recently elected to the Philadelphia Inquirer/Philly SIDA Academic All Area Team. The actuarial science and mathematics major posted a 3.85 cumulative grade point average, while earning All-Middle Atlantic Conference honors … Continue reading

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Suburban grad Julia Kucherich nominated for post-graduate scholarship

York Suburban grad and former York YMCA swimming standout Julia Kucherich is one of the two University of Arkansas athletes nominated for the H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post-Graduate Scholarship. The H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post-Graduate Scholarship has been presented by … Continue reading

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West York’s Allee Ilgenfritz earns pair of NCAA accolades

West York grad Allee Ilgenfritz made the most of the final week of her first collegiate regular lacrosse season at La Salle University. The former Bulldog notched a team-high seven goals during the week, three at George Washington and a … Continue reading

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York Suburban volleyball player Paul Um is an incredible young man

So many of you are aware of my well-documented battle with cancer from 2012 into 2013. So many people commended me for my attitude during the struggle, a compliment which I treasure. However, on Thursday, April 10 I met a … Continue reading

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Red Lion’s Amanda Myers throws for school record

Red Lion senior Amanda Myers, who won medals in the javelin at both the District 3 and PIAA championships last May, broke a long-standing school record in the javelin on March 27 against Spring Grove. Myers impressively threw 143 feet, … Continue reading

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Northeastern’s Autumn Lau an NAIA national champion

Northeastern grad Autumn Lau capped her collegiate basketball career in style as a member of the Oklahoma City University squad that captured the NAIA national championship on March 25. Lau came off the bench to play 27 minutes and scored … Continue reading

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