Patrick Strohecker , 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
When Northeastern made the jump from Division II to Division I in boys’ basketball before this season, everyone knew it was going to make the top division in the York-Adams League that much more competitive.
The addition took a perennially strong program and added it to a division that already possessed teams such as Central York, York High, Dallastown and Eli Brooks-led Spring Grove. The only concern may have been that the abundance of high-quality programs in one division would lead to a situation where they beat up on each other, hurting their overall records. It could also leave us with a muddled picture as to who the top teams actually were.
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