Spring sports: So who's left?
The spring sports season is winding down, but there are quite a few YAIAA teams still alive this postseason. On Tuesday alone, seven of the eight York-Adams teams in action won their respective playoff games.
Here's a quick-hit look at the local teams who are still playing.
Dallastown -- Will travel to Northeastern High School tonight for a Class AAA first-round state playoff game against Franklin Learning Center at 7:30. The Wildcats (20-3-1) lost 1-0 to Hershey, the state's top-ranked team, in their last game.
West York -- Will play Christopher Dock today at 5:30 in a Class AA state playoff game at Northeastern High School. In their last match, the Bulldogs (13-4) lost in the District 3 semifinals to Trinity, 4-0.
York Suburban The Trojans (16-6) will play Masterman in a first-round state playoff game at Northeast H.S. at 5 p.m. today.
South Western -- The Mustangs (18-5) qualified for the state playoffs for the first time in program history by beating Warwick in Tuesday's District 3 Class AAAA semifinals. South Western will play Cedar Crest Thursday for the district championship.
West York -- The Bulldogs (19-3) erased a six-run deficit to score a thrilling, 9-7 victory against Hershey on Tuesday in a Class AAA district semifinal. West York will go for a district title Thursday against Conrad Weiser at a site and time to be determined.
Delone Catholic and Bermudian Springs -- These two will play in the District 3 Class AA championship game Thursday at a site and time to be determined. Delone toppled defending state champ Brandywine Heights, while Bermudian blasted Upper Dauphin.
Northeastern -- Fresh off its second District 3 Class AA title in as many years, the Bobcats (18-1) cruised past Holy Redeemer Tuesday to book a place in Friday's state pool play up at Penn State University.
Eastern York -- Northeastern's district title game opponent will also be heading to State College. The Golden Knights (13-4) demolished CAPA (Creative and Performing Arts High School) Tuesday night at Wilson.
Central York -- The Panthers (15-3) rolled over District 1 foe Souderton on Tuesday and will head into pool play the No. 2-ranked Class AAA team in the state.