Author Archives: Steve Navaroli

About Steve Navaroli

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

First day of fall practice

Monday marked another first day of fall practice for YAIAA schools, giving me another opportunity to drive around parts of the county looking for fun opening day stories for a package. While I didn’t start at midnight like one year … Continue reading

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Pope’s visit causes Lebanon Valley to shift football game

Several YAIAA graduates will flashback to the feel of Friday night football in late September when Lebanon Valley College announced that its Sept. 26 game at Widener University has been moved, up a day because of logistical concerns surrounding Pope … Continue reading

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YAIAA lacrosse players switched at birth?

They say that everyone has a doppelganger, and while looking at YAIAA boys’ lacrosse all-star photos, I came across these two that could easily pass for brothers – if not twins. Making the discovery even more strange is the fact … Continue reading

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Central York’s victory snatched from jaws of defeat

A few days have passed since one of the most unbelievable things I have witnessed in more than two decades of covering sports in this town and to tweak to the quote from the late, great announcer Jack Buck, “I … Continue reading

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Eat out on May 28 to support Marcus Josey

The York Adams Football Coaches Association would love for you to enjoy good food to help support Northeastern’s Marcus Josey in his ongoing battle against Leukemia. On May 28, head to Parma Pizza & Grill in Manchester, York and East … Continue reading

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Big games with postseason approaching in the YAIAA

The games are getting bigger as we reach May in the YAIAA and the week gets off to a great start on Monday when Dallastown will travel to Central York for a pivotal Division I softball clash. Both teams have … Continue reading

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The Morgan Day conundrum

During the past week we covered outstanding Kennard-Dale lacrosse star Morgan Day as she broke the PIAA record for career goals, when she scored 10 times against New Oxford, topping the mark of 430 set last year by West Chester … Continue reading

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Spring Grove’s Markle earns college conference POY honor

When it comes to volleyball, Spring Grove grad Brady Markle keeps getting better. Already one of the top players in program history at Lees-McRae College, Markle recently scored a first for his institution when he was named the 2015 Conference … Continue reading

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Noah Stewart heading to Ivy League

York Suburban senior Noah Stewart, a standout swimmer for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, recently committed to study and swim at Dartmouth College. Stewart, pictured in a photo from Swimswam.com, earned several medals at the YMCA National Championships as a … Continue reading

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West York football raises money for 12-year-old

After reading this story, the West York football team sprang into action to raise money. Two players, Jaiden Moul and Evan Keim, wanted to do something for 12-year-old Johnathen Speelman, a student at West York Middle School, who has retinal … Continue reading

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