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Thursday was another edition of what has become the premier boys volleyball rivalry in the YAIAA when Central York hosted Northeastern.

The atmosphere was incredible as fans and students from both schools packed the lower and upper seating area of Central's gym.

Panthers were dominating, and remained undefeated after a three-game sweep of the Bobcats, 25-14, 25-18, 25-20. Central coach Brad Livingston talked about the rivalry.

"It’s always like this. It’s nuts when we go out there, it’s nuts when they come in here. What can I say? The two communities are nuts," Livingston said. "I think for us, and I hope (Northeastern) Matt (Wilson) would agree with me, it’s a great match to have going into the postseason because you know you are going to be pushed.

"We are going to compete against each other and the environment is going to be exactly what you need. It’s all the craziness that all the peripheral stuff and all the distraction stuff that you need to survive to go deep into May and hopefully into June."

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