Patrick Strohecker, 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
Week 4 marks the beginning of league play around much of District 3, including the York-Adams League.
This past Friday night, Sept. 22, almost every Y-A team began its quest to try and claim a division crown (except for Susquehannock, which will do so in Week 5).
This is the part of the schedule that nearly every coach considers his team’s most important. These are the games against your peers — your rivals. They are the teams that will be compared against each other for the rest of the regular season. Until Week 4, all comparisons were based on non-league action.
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