New Oxford senior Brittyn Eakins was so dominant from his spot at left defensive end that even missing the Colonials’ last three games of the season didn’t cost him the YAIAA-2 Defensive Player of the Year Award. The division’s coaches felt his performance was good enough to take home the honor.
It wasn’t for a lack of effort — Fairfield certainly left everything it had on the field — but the Knights were severely outgunned facing two-time defending champion Steel-High and fell to the Steamrollers, 62-6, in the District 3 Class 1A championship game Saturday afternoon at War Veterans…
With the 2022 high school football regular season in the books, we’ll take a look here at our four area teams that have qualified for the District 3 playoffs, while also taking a glance at the three area squads whose seasons came to an end last Friday.
Littlestown head coach Mike Lippy didn’t have a crystal ball, but he got a glimpse of the future when his team defeated Bermudian Springs, 21-7, at Thunderbolt Stadium on Friday night.
New Oxford’s Allison Horick and Kae Balko were up against it when they were faced with match point against Reading’s Ashley Retana and Halley Guerrero in the gold medal match of the District 3 Class 3A Girls’ Tennis Championships on Saturday afternoon at the Hershey Racquet Club.
Following a 35-point loss to Greencastle-Antrim in Week 3 that left Delone Catholic’s season teetering on the brink, Squire head coach Corey Zortman felt better about his team than he did prior to that game.
Northern York took possession in Friday’s fourth quarter facing a one-score deficit to Gettysburg and a clock that was melting away.
Like his team, Matt Heiser’s cartwheel is a work in progress.
The chemistry between Littlestown receiver Zyan Herr and quarterback Alex Popoff is noticeable both on and the field.
There were several points Friday when Fairfield seemed poised to make things interesting against Bermudian Springs. The Eagle defense determined each time that it preferred to keep things the way they were.