Patrick Strohecker , 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
RED LION — As the minutes slowly ticked off the clock in the second half of Thursday night’s York-Adams League girls’ soccer title game, the tense final moments of the scoreless contest seemed to favor one team more than the other.
The Fairfield Green Knights, the reigning Division III champions, were known all year long for a nearly unstoppable attack that saw them outscore teams 146-12 in 18 games.
The Central York Panthers, meanwhile, had nine of their 10 wins, before Thursday, decided by 1-0 scores. Nearly all of the Panthers’ matches on the year were decided by a single goal.
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