Patrick Strohecker , 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
For most of the high school football season, the York-Adams League has had as many as eight teams projected to make the playoffs in any of the six District 3 classes.
There were times when that number dropped, such as when Northeastern went on a two-game skid and slipped out of the top eight in 5-A. But, never has the league had more than eight teams at any given time.
Now, it does.
Joining the same eight teams that have been in playoff positions for the past several weeks is York Suburban, a program that’s been slowly climbing the 4-A ratings after beginning the season at 0-2. Six straight wins later, however, and the Trojans have finally cracked the top eight and are the newest team from the Y-A League in the projected playoff picture with just two weeks to go in the regular season.
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