Patrick Strohecker, 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
The problem every Northeastern opponent faces when it plays the Bobcats isn’t if a big scoring run is going to occur.
It’s a matter of when.
For Central York on Tuesday, Dec. 19, that run happened right at the start of the second half and the only thing that ended it was the final buzzer.
Northeastern led by five at the break, but held the Panthers to just 14 second-half points, turning a highly-anticipated York-Adams League Division I boys’ basketball showdown into a lopsided 59-42 home victory.
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