PATRICK STROHECKER, 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
GLEN ROCK — The gap between the top girls’ lacrosse teams in the York-Adams League and Kennard-Dale is slowly closing.
With each passing year, the league is becoming more and more competitive at the top.
For the last few years, the Rams’ closest rivals have been Susquehannock and York Catholic, two formidable foes who have always presented them with the toughest tests in the regular season and league playoffs, occasionally coming away with wins. Tuesday, K-D traveled to face the Warriors in an early-season road test that would provide an indication on whether there might be a changing of the guard in the league this year.
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