The battle between YAIAA-3 rivals York Catholic and Delone Catholic is always intense.
There are big victories, and then there are small victories.
To call the New Oxford girls tennis team’s postseason run a “revenge tour” might not quite be apropos.
On a perfect day for running, with bright blue sky and 71 degree temperatures, the YAIAA Cross Country Championships were held on Tuesday afternoon at John Rudy County Park near York. Several area runners excelled and ran well enough to qualify to represent their schools at districts.
Prior to the season, Gettysburg head coach John Colgan was happy to have the Warriors’ strength of schedule upgraded, even if it meant the possibility of more losses. The objective was to have the team better prepared for the District 3 Class 3A Championships.
Littlestown knew coming into its final match of the regular season that to give itself a chance of qualifying for the District 3 tournament for the first time in program history, it had to defeat Kennard-Dale.
The Eagles will not be streaking into the District 3 field hockey playoffs, but they will certainly be flying high.
New Oxford freshman Anya Rosenbach had taken everything in stride in her first year of high school tennis.
A timely wakeup call was apparently all the Littlestown Thunderbolts needed.
After the hardships of the past few weeks, Bermudian Springs head football coach John Livelsberger knew that what his team needed to get back on track was a solid 48 minutes of football.