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Dallastown baseball transformed its program during a 20-game winning streak that led it to a state final appearance. But Pennsbury walked away with the gold medal, scoring with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning. Jim Seip, GameTimePA

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The 2016-17 YAIAA athletic season included great highs and great lows for all the athletes involved. Among the highs were a pair of boys’ volleyball teams winning PIAA championships (Northeastern and Central York), the tremendous success of Susquehannock and York Catholic girls’ basketball, and Red Lion football going unbeaten in the regular season.

But what school district had the best overall athletic year? 

Before we dive into the numbers, here is the formula we use:

First, we add up the total number of wins, losses and ties obtained by each school through each sport over the course of the academic year. Next, we add up “total wins” which is determined by adding the number of wins plus one-half of all ties. So, for instance, Delone Catholic had 156 wins and one tie, thus we determined them to have 156.5 wins. After we totaled up their “wins” we multiplied that number by three.

This is the third year we’ve put together these numbers, with Central York topping Dallastown the past two years.

This year, however, Dallastown had the last laugh: In a tight finish, the Wildcats beat Central York by 10.5 points, 792-781.5.

Dallastown went into the spring season with a narrow 513-511.5 lead in points, but a long postseason run in baseball as well as a PIAA tournament appearance by boys' volleyball gave the Wildcats an extra nine points.

Now, an in-depth look at all the numbers.

Overall 2016-17 standings

Points: 1. Dallastown (792). 2. Central York (781.5). 3. Susquehannock (580.5). 4. Red Lion (543). 5. York Catholic (541.5). 6. York Suburban (531). 7. New Oxford (525). 8. Spring Grove (504). 9. Northeastern (474). 10t. Eastern York and West York (472.5).
Wins percentage: 1. Dallastown (72%). 2. Central York (70%). 3. York Catholic (65%). 4. Delone Catholic (56%). 5t. York Suburban, Susquehannock and Red Lion (55%). 8. Eastern York (53%). 9. Gettysburg (52%). 10t. New Oxford and Northeastern (50%).

More: A to Z: Hanover-Adams year in review

Boys’ sports 2016-17 standings

Points: 1. Dallastown (435). 2. Central York (417). 3. Northeastern (315). 4. Spring Grove (303). 5. York Suburban (282). 6. Gettysburg (279). 7. Red Lion (267). 8. Susquehannock (265.5). 9. York Catholic (258). 10. New Oxford (252).
Win percentage: 1. Dallastown (73%). 2. Central York (71%). 3. York Catholic (65%). 4. Gettysburg (63%). 5. Northeastern (61%). 6. York Suburban (57%). 7. Spring Grove (54%). 8t. Bermudian Springs and Red Lion (53%). 10. Susquehannock (51%).

 

Girls’ sports 2016-17 standings

Points: 1. Central York (364.5). 2. Dallastown (357). 3. Susquehannock (315). 4. York Catholic (283.5). 5. Red Lion (276). 6. New Oxford (261). 7. Delone Catholic (259.5). 8. Eastern York (258). 9. West York (255). 10. York Suburban (249).
Win percentage: 1. Central York (69%). 2. Dallastown (68%). 3t. Delone Catholic and York Catholic (66%). 5. New Oxford (65%). 6. Eastern York (60%). 7. Susquehannock (59%). 8. Red Lion (57%). 9. York Suburban (54%). 10 West York (50%).

Fall 2016 standings

Points: 1. Dallastown (351). 2. Central York (318). 3. Red Lion (286.5). 4. York Suburban (270). 5. Gettysburg (256.5). 6. Delone Catholic (244.5). 7. Susquehannock (241.5). 8. York Catholic (228). 9. South Western (202.5). 10t. New Oxford and Northeastern (201)
Win percentage: 1. Dallastown (75%). 2. Central York (70%). 3. Red Lion (67%). 4. York Suburban (75%). 5. Delone Catholic (60%). 6. York Catholic (59%). 7t. Gettysburg and Susquehannock (54%). 9. South Western (50%). 10t. Eastern York, New Oxford and Northeastern (48%).

Winter 2016-17 standings

Points: 1. Central York (193.5). 2. Dallastown (162). 3. Spring Grove (147). 4t. New Oxford and Susquehannock (144). 6. York Catholic (135). 7. West York (129). 8. Delone Catholic (162). 9. Dover (123). 10t. Eastern York, Northeastern and York Suburban (117).
Win percentage: 1. York Catholic (80%). 2t. Central York and Dallastown (68%). 4. Delone Catholic (64%). 5t. Susquehannock and Spring Grove (57%). 7. New Oxford (55%). 8t. Eastern York, York Suburban, Dover (53%).

 

Spring 2017 standings

Points: 1. Dallastown (279). 2. Central York (270). 3. Kennard-Dale (202.5). 4. Susquehannock (195). 5. Spring Grove (192). 6. Red Lion (186). 7. New Oxford (180). 8. York Catholic (178.5). 9. Eastern York (177). 10. Northeastern (156).
Win percentage: 1t. Central York and Dallastown (72%). 3. York Catholic (65%). 4. Kennard-Dale (60%). 5t. Eastern York, Gettysburg (58%). 7. Northeastern (57%). 8t. Red Lion and Fairfield (56%). 10t. Littlestown and Susquehannoock (54%).

Now let’s take a look back at each school in the league, diving into their spots in the standings, best teams and all the team titles throughout the 2016-17 school year.

Bermudian Springs
Overall record:
114-157-1 (343.5 points)
Fall: 61-75-1 (184.5 points)
Winter: 30-39-0 (90 points)
Spring: 23-43 (69 points)
Boys’ sports record: 72-64-1 (217.5 points)
Girls’ sports record: 42-90-0 (126 points)
Win percentage: 42%
Best team(s): Field hockey (18-4), wrestling (21-3)
Division titles: Field hockey, wrestling, Boys’ track and field

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Bermudian Springs wrestling coach Dave McCollum discusses how the team's difficult schedule this season has prepared the Eagles for a postseason run. Bermudian will face Bishop McDevitt for the Class 2A team championship on Saturday. Matt Allibone

 

Biglerville
Overall record:
88-153-1 (265.5 points)
Fall: 39-73-1 (118.5 points)
Winter: 22-43-0 (66 points)
Spring: 27-37-0 (81 points)
Boys’ sports record: 55-77-1 (166.5 points)
Girls’ sports record: 33-75-0 (99 points)
Win percentage: 37%
Best team: Boys’ soccer (18-4-1)
Division titles: Boys’ soccer

Central York
Overall record:
259-109-3 (781.5 points)
Fall: 105-44-2 (318 points)
Winter: 64-30-1 (193.5 points)
Spring: 90-35-0 (270 points)
Boys’ sports record: 138-56-2 (417 points)
Girls’ sports record: 121-53-1 (364.5 points)
Win percentage: 70%
Best team(s): Boys’ volleyball (21-0), Golf (6-0), Girls’ basketball (25-5), Softball (23-3), Boys’ lacrosse (18-3).
Division titles: Boys’ soccer, Girls’ volleyball, Golf, Girls’ basketball, Softball, Boys’ lacrosse, Boys’ volleyball
YAIAA titles: Girls’ soccer, Golf, Girls’ basketball, Softball, Boys’ lacrosse, Boys’ volleyball
District 3 titles: Golf, Boys’ volleyball
PIAA titles: Boys’ volleyball

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Cole Johnson smashed a game-high 17 kills to help lead Central York to the regular-season YAIAA crown May 11, 2017. Jim Seip, GameTimePA

 

Dallastown
Overall record:
263-100-2 (792 points)
Fall: 116-37-2 (351 points)
Winter: 54-26-0 (162 points)
Spring: 93-37-0 (279 points)
Boys’ sports record: 144-54-2 (435 points)
Girls’ sports record: 119-55-0 (357 points)
Win percentage: 72%
Best team(s): Field hockey (16-5), Cross Country (42-4), Swimming (14-0), Baseball (23-5), Boys’ tennis (13-1), Girls’ tennis (13-2).
Division titles: Girls’ soccer, Field hockey, Boys’ XC, Girls’ XC, Girls’ tennis, Boys’ swimming, Girls’ swimming, Baseball, Boys’ track and field, Boys’ tennis
YAIAA titles: Field hockey, Baseball, Competitve Cheer
District 3 titles: Baseball, Competitive Cheer

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Wildcats roll to district championship. (Teddy Feinberg/GameTimePA.com)

 

Delone Catholic
Overall record:
156-120-1 (469.5 points)
Fall: 81-53-1 (244.5 points)
Winter: 42-24 (126 points)
Spring: 33-43 (99 points)
Boys’ sports record: 60-77 (180 points)
Girls’ sports record: 86-44-1 (259.5 points)
Win percentage: 56%
Best team(s): Girls’ volleyball (18-4), Girls’ tennis (13-3), Girls’ basketball (20-8), Softball (13-6),
Division titles: Girls’ volleyball, Boys’ XC, Girls’ XC, Girls’ tennis, Softball
District 3 titles: Girls’ volleyball

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Delone Catholic coach Jason Leppo praises his team's performance in its sweep over York Catholic in the District 3 title game. Matt Allibone

 

Dover
Overall record:
125-187-1 (376.5 points)
Fall: 46-79-1 (139.5 points)
Winter: 41-37-0 (123 points)
Spring: 38-71-0 (114 points)
Boys’ sports record: 60-102 (180 points)
Girls’ sports record: 61-85-1 (184.5 points)
Win percentage: 40%
Best team(s): Golf (6-0), Boys’ basketball (14-11), Girls’ basketball (19-9),
Division titles: Golf, Boys’ basketball

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Rayah and Rajah Fink team up, lead Dover to top. (Teddy Feinberg/GameTimePA.com)

 

Eastern York
Overall record:
156-138-3 (472.5 points)
Fall: 59-63-1 (178.5 points)
Winter: 39-34-0 (117 points)
Spring: 58-41-2 (177 points)
Boys’ sports record: 67-90-1 (202.5 points)
Girls’ sports record: 85-56-2 (258 points)
Win percentage: 53%
Best team(s): Girls’ cross country (17-3), Softball (16-6), Boys’ lacrosse (12-9), Girls’ track and field (7-0).
Division titles: Girls’ track and field

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Eastern York junior Hannah Myers comes from a family of 11, but she has managed to stand out for the Golden Knights by helping them to a 5-0 start to the 2016-17 season. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com

 

Fairfield
Overall record:
89-137-0 (267 points)
Fall: 53-72-0 (159 points)
Winter: 8-43-0 (24 points)
Spring: 28-22-0 (84 points)
Boys’ sports record: 32-75-0 (96 points)
Girls’ sports record: 57-62-0 (171 points)
Win percentage: 39%
Best team(s): Girls’ soccer (25-1), Softball (14-8), Girls’ track and field (6-0)
Division titles: Girls’ soccer, Softball, Girls’ track and field
District 3 titles: Girls’ soccer, Softball, Girls’ track and field
PIAA titles: Girls’ soccer

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Fairfield head coach Phomma Phanhthy discusses what winning the school's first state title means to the community. Matt Allibone

 

Gettysburg
Overall record:
154-141-3 (466.5 points)
Fall: 84-70-3 (256.5 points)
Winter: 32-43-0 (96 points)
Spring: 38-28-0 (114 points)
Boys’ sports record: 92-54-2 (279 points)
Girls’ sports record: 62-87-1 (187.5 points)
Win percentage: 52%
Best team(s): Boys’ soccer (22-4-2), Field hockey (17-5-1), Wrestling (10-3), Boys’ track and field (7-0)
Division titles: Boys’ soccer, Field hockey, Wrestling, Baseball, Boys’ track and field
YAIAA titles: Boys’ soccer

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The Gettysburg boys' soccer team is moving on in the YAIAA tournament, and the Warriors couldn't have done it without goalkeeper Yanni Tassou. Ryan T Provencher

 

Hanover
Overall record:
79-146-0 (237 points)
Fall: 38-57-0 (114 points)
Winter: 27-36-0 (81 points)
Spring: 14-53-0 (42 points)
Boys’ sports record: 36-78-0 (108 points)
Girls’ sports record: 43-70-0 (129 points)
Win percentage: 35%
Best team(s): Field hockey (9-9)

Kennard-Dale
Overall record:
129-170-5 (394.5 points)
Fall: 37-90-4 (117 points)
Winter: 25-36-0 (75 points)
Spring: 67-44-1 (202.5 points)
Boys’ sports record: 54-90-1 (163.5 points)
Girls’ sports record: 64-81-4 (198 points)
Win percentage: 43%
Best team(s): Baseball (17-5), Softball (19-3), Girls’ lacrosse (23-3-1)
Division titles: Baseball, Softball, Girls’ lacrosse
YAIAA titles: Girls’ lacrosse
District 3 titles: Softball

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Kennard-Dale girls' lacrosse wanted to win its playoff game so the father of senior Calie Swegon had a chance to see the team's next game. Swegon's father has been battling cancer. Jim Seip, GameTimePA

 

Littlestown
Overall record:
107-157-2 (324 points)
Fall: 39-89-2 (120 points)
Winter: 31-37-0 (93 points)
Spring: 37-31-0 (111 points)
Boys’ sports record: 49-84-0 (147 points)
Girls’ sports record: 58-73-2 (177 points)
Win percentage: 41%
Best team(s): Field hockey (12-7-1), Softball (13-8), Boys’ tennis (11-4)
Division titles: Field hockey, Boys’ tennis

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After going 2-8 last season, Littlestown is now 5-0 this fall following a 6-0 win over Delone Friday. Matt Allibone

 

New Oxford
Overall record:
175-173-0 (525 points)
Fall: 67-72-0 (201 points)
Winter: 48-40-0 (144 points)
Spring: 60-61-0 (180 points)
Boys’ sports record: 84-99-0 (252 points)
Girls’ sports record: 87-48-0 (261 points)
Win percentage: 50%
Best team(s): Field hockey (14-4), Girls’ basketball (22-9)

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New Oxford's Kaelyn Long will soon be playing Division I field hockey at Bucknell. That hasn't prevented her from enjoying her final basketball season, as the senior is sixth in the YAIAA in scoring. Matt Allibone

 

Northeastern
Overall record:
158-157-0 (474 points)
Fall: 67-73-0 (201 points)
Winter: 39-45-0 (117 points)
Spring: 52-39-0 (156 points)
Boys’ sports record: 105-68-0 (315 points)
Girls’ sports record: 53-88-0 (159 points)
Win percentage: 50%
Best team(s): Girls’ soccer (14-7), Boys’ basketball (30-3), Boys’ volleyball (21-2)
Division titles: Girls’ soccer, Boys’ basketball, Softball
YAIAA titles: Boys’ basketball
District 3 titles: Boys’ basketball, Boys’ volleyball
PIAA titles: Boys’ volleyball

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The Northeastern boys' basketball team overcame a 15-point, fourth-quarter deficit to defeat Archbishop Carroll in double overtime Saturday, March 18, 2017. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com

 

Red Lion
Overall record:
180-148-2 (543 points)
Fall: 95-47-1 (286.5 points)
Winter: 23-53-1 (70.5 points)
Spring: 62-48-0 (186 points)
Boys’ sports record: 88-79-2 (267 points)
Girls’ sports record: 92-69-0 (276 points)
Win percentage: 55%
Best team(s): Football (10-1), Girls’ volleyball (21-3)
Division titles: Football, Girls’ volleyball
YAIAA titles: Girls’ volleyball, Competitve Cheer
District 3 titles: Girls’ volleyball, Competitive Cheer

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Red Lion offensive line has anchored the Lions' first undefeated regular season since 1974. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com

 

South Western
Overall record:
149-161-1 (448.5 points)
Fall: 67-67-1 (202.5 points)
Winter: 33-45-0 (99 points)
Spring: 49-49-0 (147 points)
Boys’ sports record: 77-84-0 (231 points)
Girls’ sports record: 72-78-1 (217.5 points)
Win percentage: 48%
Best team(s): Wrestling (15-6)

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South Western sprinters Drew Hartlaub and DeLunche Shaw discuss competing against each other in the 100-meter dash. Matt Allibone

 

Spring Grove
Overall record:
168-179-0 (504 points)
Fall: 55-80-0 (165 points)
Winter: 49-37-0 (147 points)
Spring: 64-62-0 (192 points)
Boys’ sports record: 101-87-0 (303 points)
Girls’ sports record: 67-92-0 (201 points)
Win percentage: 48%
Best team(s): Boys’ basketball (22-9), Wrestling (15-4), Softball (18-7), Girls’ track and field (6-0)
Division titles: Wrestling, Girls’ track and field
YAIAA titles: Competitve Cheer

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Eli Brooks discusses the improvement the Spring Grove basketball team has made this season. Matt Allibone

 

Susquehannock
Overall record:
192-157-3 (580.5 points)
Fall: 79-66-3 (241.5 points)
Winter: 48-36-0 (144 points)
Spring: 65-55-0 (195 points)
Boys’ sports record: 88-84-1 (265.5 points)
Girls’ sports record: 104-73-2 (315 points)
Win percentage: 55%
Best team(s): Boys’ soccer (16-3-1), Girls’ basketball (26-5), Baseball (16-5), Girls’ lacrosse (20-3)
Division titles: Boys’ soccer, Girls’ soccer, Field hockey, Girls’ basketball, Baseball
District 3 titles: Girls’ basketball, Girls’ lacrosse

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Susquehannock girls' lacrosse team won their first District 3 championship, coming from behind to knock off defending champion Kennard-Dale Wednesday, May 24, 2017. Jim Seip, GameTimePA

 

West York
Overall record:
157-192-1 (472.5 points)
Fall: 66-79-0 (198 points)
Winter: 43-41-0 (129 points)
Spring: 48-72-1 (145.5 points)
Boys’ sports record: 73-108-2 (222 points)
Girls’ sports record: 84-84-2 (255 points)
Win percentage: 45%
Best team(s): Girls’ volleyball (24-5), Girls’ swimming (6-2), Baseball (14-12)
Division titles: Girls’ volleyball, Baseball
District 3 titles: Girls’ swimming

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Highlights from West York girls volleyball's 3-0 sweep of Palmyra Saturday in the PIAA Class 3A Quarterfinals. Matt Catrillo/GameTimePA.com

 

William Penn
Overall record:
14-76-0 (42 points)
Fall: 3-27-0 (9 points)
Winter: 11-35-0 (33 points)
Spring: 0-14-0 (0 points)
Boys’ sports record: 9-29-0 (27 points)
Girls’ sports record: 5-45-0 (15 points)
Win percentage: 16%
Best team(s): Boys’ basketball (8-14)

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The William Penn boys' basketball team took on Steel-High Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com

 

York Catholic
Overall record:
180-96-1 (541.5 points)
Fall: 76-53-0 (228 points)
Winter: 45-11-0 (135 points)
Spring: 59-32-1 (178.5 points)
Boys’ sports record: 86-47-0 (258 points)
Girls’ sports record: 94-49-1 (283.5 points)
Win percentage: 65%
Best team(s): Football (10-2), Golf (5-0), Boys’ basketball (22-4), Girls’ basketball (23-7)
Division titles: Football, Golf, Boys’ basketball, Girls’ basketball, Baseball
District 3 titles: Football, Girls’ basketball

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York Catholic managed to win the District 3 championship against league rival Delone Catholic, and Irish head coach Kevin Bankos crossed off another milestone by winning his 300th career game. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com

 

York County Tech
Overall record:
56-117-0 (168 points)
Fall: 14-58-0 (42 points)
Winter: 11-24-0 (33 points)
Spring: 31-35-0 (93 points)
Boys’ sports record: 31-65-0 (93 points)
Girls’ sports record: 15-52-0 (45 points)
Win percentage: 32%
Best team(s): Wrestling (7-6), Boys’ track and field (5-1)

York Suburban
Overall record:
176-141-2 (531 points)
Fall: 89-48-2 (270 points)
Winter: 39-34-0 (117 points)
Spring: 48-59-0 (144 points)
Boys’ sports record: 94-72-0 (282 points)
Girls’ sports record: 82-69-2 (249 points)
Win percentage: 55%
Best team(s): Football (8-3), Cross Country (39-1), Swimming (14-2)
Division titles: Football, Boys’ XC, Girls’ XC, Boys’ swimming, Girls’ swimming
District 3 titles: Boys’ XC, Boys' swimming

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In their homecoming game, York Suburban defeated Kennard-Dale 42-6 in YAIAA Division II football action Friday. Varsha Kalakuntla for GameTimePA.com

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