Tag Archives: Pat Conrad

Weekly Rewind (April 1-6)

Now that the spring sports season is well underway, we’re back with the first Weekly Rewind of the season. It’s a busy time of the year with numerous sports happening every night. But, it goes quickly, too. We’re already just … Continue reading

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Weekly Rewind (Jan. 21-26)

We’re starting to feel a little sorry for YAIAA winter sports teams. This week was more of the same as news away from the courts, mats and pools once again took some of the focus away from the in-season sports. … Continue reading

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Pat Conrad resigns as Red Lion football coach

Pat Conrad will not return for a 10th season as football coach at Red Lion. Athletic director Arnold Fritzius said Wednesday morning he received Conrad’s letter of resignation earlier this week.

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GameTimePA Podcast

Steve Navaroli and Matt Goul talk about the movement in the YAIAA football coaching ranks, including what Pat Conrad’s resignation could mean for him and Red Lion.

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Red Lion football channeling “power” from new training device

Sad about the end of the high school sports season? Fear not, the opening Friday of football season is less than three months away. Already, football teams across the area are busy getting ready. I stopped by Red Lion’s Horn … Continue reading

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Notes from Red Lion-Dallastown Part II

Tweet About the only disappointing thing about Friday’s Red Lion-Dallastown rematch is that we can’t get these two teams to play again. In two games, the Lions and Wildcats produced two distinctly different, yet equally intriguing contests. The first edition … Continue reading

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