On Thursday, the girls soccer team played Northern York at Boiling Springs for the District 3 class 3A, quarterfinals at 7pm. The girls battled hard but lost 3-1. The football team played Friday at 7:00pm against South Western at home and had a fantastic game. The football team shut South Western out 31-0. There are no sports on the schedule for today.
Yesterday, girls soccer hosted Conrad Weiser in the District III AAA Girls soccer game at 7:00. The girls team finished with a 13-5 record which got them a 7th seed in the District III tournament. They played a fantastic game against Conrad Weiser as they cruised past them to win 3-0. Sadly, there are no sports on the schedule for today.
On Friday, the football team played Spring Grove at home for our homecoming game. Northeastern cruised past Spring Grove with a final score of 27-0. Today we have Girls soccer hosting Conrad Weiser in the District III AAA Girls soccer game at 7pm. The girls team finished with a 13-5 record which got them a 7th seed in the District III tournament. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 dollars for students, all tickets will be sold at the gate. So come on out tonight and support our lady bobcats!!!
Yesterday, we had girls volleyball who played at 7:00 against Eastern York. They played well and had some close games, 21-25, 25-15, 25-19, 25-12, but sadly lost 3-1.
*On Tuesday afternoon the Bobcat cross country teams traveled to Gettysburg for the YAIAA League Championship Meet. In the boys’ race, Ben Kelly and Noah Hake started in the front pack with the best runners from York and Adams Counties. In the last kilometer, the boys were still bunched together as they fought to win the overall title, and the top 25 finished within 50 seconds of each other. Ben Kelly achieved the highest finish for a Bobcat in the history of this meet with a third place medal, and Noah Hake finished 8th to medal for the second year in a row. Brody McElwain finished 27th, and seniors Parkes Harman and Robert Yoka completed the top five in scoring for the boys’ team.
In the girls’ race, Maddie Warrender finished sixth against an outstanding field to earn her first League medal. Senior Destiny Lehman ran her best time for 5K in her first appearance at the League Meet.
BOTH of the teams have qualified for the District 3 Championship Meet AT Big Spring on Saturday Oct. 22. Congratulations to everyone on the team! We can’t wait to see what happens on Saturday.
Yesterday, we had girls volleyball who played at 7:00 against Kennard-Dale, but scores have yet to be submitted for those matches.
There’s one game scheduled for today which is girls volleyball. They will be taking on Eastern York away at 7:00.
Yesterday we had multiple games, so check those scores out.
*Both Girls and Boys soccer played Spring Grove yesterday. The girls were away and played at 7:00 as they played a fantastic game and demolished Spring Grove 3-0, deeming them the 2016 YAIAA Division 1 Co-champions!!! Amazing job to the girls soccer team as they earned their first banner!!! The boys were home and played at 7:30. They played and excellent game during the night and shutout Spring Grove 2-0.
*Finally we had girls volleyball who also played last night challenged West York. They fought for a while but sadly lost with a final of 3-0. Today and tomorrow each have games. Today we have boys soccer playing Red Lion at home at 4 pm, since this is the only game for the day there's no excuse for not showing up to cheer them on. Tomorrow the football team will be away and playing William Penn at 12:00. Hopefully you can come out to watch either sport on each day.
We weren’t able to get the scores from Tuesday to you yesterday, so let’s get to those scores.
*Tuesday afternoon the Bobcat cross country teams traveled to Fairfield to compete against Dallastown, Kennard Dale, Littlestown, and the host Green Knights in the regular season finale. Ben Kelly, Noah Hake, and Brody McElwain battled hard in the lead pack with the top two runners for Dallastown for most of the race, but the Wildcat duo pulled away late to help secure a victory and division championship for the Dallastown boys. Seniors Robert Yoka, Mitchell Millis, and Parkes Harman joined DJ Haas and Josh Mckenzie in scoring for the Bobcats, who won three times on the day.
The Northeastern boys finished the league meet season with a record of 18-2, their best team record in eight years. They have also qualified for the district championships on Oct. 29 at Big Spring.
In the girls’ race Maddie Warrender also battled for the lead with two of the best runners in the district, and finished third overall to help lead the team to three victories and to help the girls team qualify for the district championships with an 11-9 record. Also scoring were Micaela Bradley, Rose Rush, Sophie Dekker, Destiny Lehman, Emille Baskette, and Emily Rau.
The teams return to Gettysburg next Tuesday for the League Championship Meet.
*Up next was boys soccer as they were away to take on South Western at 7:00 and they played a hard fought, close match, but ended up losing 3-2. Girls volleyball was also at 7:00 as they were at home and took on Gettysburg. They brought a challenge to Gettysburg but ended up losing 3-0. Girls soccer was also at home and faced South Western at 7:30. They played their heart out and vanquished against South Western with a final score of 4-1.
*Yesterday, field hockey took on Dallastown away at 7:00 and kept their heads held high. They fought well, but lost 7-0.
*Here’s an update on the tennis team from a couple of days ago: The Lady Bobcat Tennis team concluded a very successful season as both doubles teams played hard and came up short against two good Red Lion and Central teams.
Evonne Qiu and Courtnee Hoff did the best they could against a solid Red Lion team but came up short in their match.
Brynn MacDonald and Lindsey Myers took on the number two seeded team from Central and played extremely well with a variety of great shots and pushed Central very hard before losing to them.
The team will certainly miss the seniors and the leadership they provided and are preparing for next year with their returning players.
*Today we have 3 games scheduled, so let’s get to those. First in the day, field hockey will be away to take on Greencastle-Antrim at 4:00. Later in the day, girls soccer will be away to take on Spring Grove at 7:00 while boys soccer will be home to take on Spring Grove half an hour later at 7:30.
Our ATHLETE OF THE WEEK this week is Senior Captain Chase Kann!! So far he has 9 solo tackles, 16 total tackles, and 7 tackle assists!! Don’t stop what you’re doing and keep up the hard work!!
Yesterday we had 3 games on the schedule, so let’s get to those scores. Girls soccer had the first game yesterday starting at 7:00 as they were away to face Central York and fought hard but lost in a close game 1-0. The next game was girls volleyball at 7:15 as they took on Susquehannock away also and had 3 close games, 25-11, 26-24, 25-13, but took a loss of 3-0. The final game was boys soccer as they took on Central York at home at 7:30 and they sadly lost 7-0.
*Three of the lady Bobcat Tennis players went to the county tournament yesterday and all three had excellent days.
Adonnya Onwukonjo played a very good opponent from Dallastown and, while she lost, played perhaps her best match of the season.
Courtnee Hoff came extremely close to pulling off,what would have been, one of the biggest upsets of the tournament as she took on Southwestern's number two player to three sets that lasted over three hours. Courtnee only started playing tennis a year and a half ago and her improvement in this game has been nothing short of phenomenal!
Evonne Qiu had the tournament of her life as she lost the first set 6-1, refused to quit, changed up her strategies and won the next two sets 6-4; 7-5. This comeback was even more impressive as this Spring Grove opponent had beaten Evonne in the duel meet in straight sets earlier this season.
In her next match, Evonne played a very strong opponent from Dover and lost that match but not before the Bobcat trio impressed a number of coaches and opponents with their quality play and improvement from last season.
The team returns to Southwestern on Monday for doubles as Evonne, Courtnee, Brynn MacDonald and Lindsey Myers will be participating and looking forward to this event.
*Today we have two games, let’s see when those will be. First, field hockey will be away to take on West York at 4:15. Today is also Football Friday as the football team takes on Dallastown at 7:00 at home. We have some exciting sports today, hopefully you are able to come out to either to support either team.
*Yesterday we had a field hockey against Dover, and the ladies won their game with a final score of 1-0.
*Today will have 3 games on the schedule. First off, girls soccer will be away to take on Central York at 7:00pm. Girls volleyball is up next at 7:15 as they will be away to take on Susquehannock. Finally, boys soccer will be at home to face Central York at 7:30.
Yesterday had a lot of different sports going on, so let’s get to those scores. The Bobcat cross country teams traveled to Adams County to take on the teams from West York, Red Lion, York Tech, and Gettysburg. In the boys’ race, Ben Kelly and Noah Hake led the front pack for just over two miles before breaking away for a one-two Northeastern finish. Brody McElwain and Robert Yoka ran strong races to break-up the frontrunners from Gettysburg and Red Lion, enabling the Bobcats to sweep the meet and earn four victories, raising their record to 14-1. DJ Haas, Josh McKenzie, Mitchell Millis, and Parkes Harman completed the scoring for the boys’ varsity team. The boys remain undefeated in the Division along with Dallastown, and the ‘Cats will be battling next Tuesday at Fairfield to decide the championship.
In the girls’ race Maddie Warrendar traversed the muddy 5K course in just over 20 minutes to lead the team to victories over Tech and Gettysburg. Rose Rush finished in the pack along with Sophie Dekker and Emily Rau to score for the Lady Bobcats. Also scoring for the varsity team were Emilee Baskette and Destiny Lehman.
The teams return to Gettysburg this Saturday for the Battle on the Battlefield Invitational.
*Boys soccer took on New Oxford and fell to them 6-1 when taking them on away while girls soccer took on New Oxford at home and triumphed with a final score of 5-2. Finally, girls volleyball took on York Suburban and fought hard with each game, 25-15, 25-6, 15-17, but lost 3-0.
*We only have 1 game on the schedule today, so hopefully you are able to come and support our lady bobcats as the field hockey team takes on Dover away at 6:00pm.