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Fall Sports Recap

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York’s Boys Soccer Team lined up.

Overtime was not the York Wildcats’ friend this fall, as there were 3 overtime playoff losses. 

To start this fall sports recap, the Boys Soccer team will be congratulated on making it to the Class B South Semifinals, where they suffered a tough 0-1 overtime loss to Yarmouth, the number one seed. The Boys Soccer team finished the season as 9-6-1, with 3 players, Lukas Bouchard, Nick Hoy, and Connor Roberge making 1st team All-Conference, as well as Sam Hunter making 2nd team All-Conference. 

The Girls Soccer team also had a few selected for All-Conference. Scarlett Ring made 1st team All-Conference, and Chloe Deluca and Izzy Young made 2nd team All-Conference. The Girls team also fought in a rough 0-1 overtime Class B South Quarterfinal matchup against the number 3 seed, Greely. The Girls Soccer team finished the season 6-7-2. 

The wrath of overtime did not back down for the field hockey team either. Their Class B Semifinal game was similar to the Boys Soccer team’s game, as the field hockey team also lost to the number one seed Yarmouth in an 0-1 overtime loss. Besides having a tough playoff loss, the team was able to pull off an impressive season finishing 8-6-2. They had Ava Brent and Natalie Dickson named to 1st team All-Conference. Sophia Luchette was named to 2nd team All-Conference. 

The football team finished the season 2-7 and matched up against Cape Elizabeth, the fourth seed in playoffs. They suffered a tough loss, 6-41. The team did have Brody Gullison, selected for 2nd team All-Conference, as a running back. 

Volleyball had a 9-8 record this season and went into the Class B tournament as the 9th seed. In their preliminary match, they beat the 8th seed Cape Elizabeth but then lost in the quarterfinals 0-3 to the number 1 seed, Washington Academy. 

The Boys Cross Country team finished 2nd at Class B South Regionals. Their top three finishers were Aidan Ring (3rd), Will Gear (11th), and Hayden Atkinson (13th). They then finished 2nd at the Class B State XC Championship. Their top five finishers were Aidan Ring (5th), Hayden Atkinson (13th), Will Gear (15th), Hans Bakke (16th), and Landon Morrison (26th). Aidan Ring went on to the New England XC Championships where he placed 45th. Aidan Ring also made 1st team All-Conference and Hayden Atkinson, Hans Bakke, Will Gear, and Landon Morrison all made 2nd team All-Conference. 

The Girls Cross Country team won Class B South Regionals, their top three finishers were Cary Drake (1st), Molly Kenealy (8th), and Madelyn Hutchins (14th). They won the Class B State XC Championship for the second year in a row, and the top five finishers were Cary Drake (1st), Molly Kenealy (7th), Madelyn Hutchins (9th), Karianna Hultstrom (16th), and Madelyn Herman (31st). The girls went on to the New England XC Championships where the team placed 18th out of 30 teams. Their top three finishers were Cary Drake (8th), Molly Kenealy (100th), and Madelyn Hutchins (108th). Cary then ran at the 2023 Foot Locker Northeast Regional Championships and finished 15th. 

Overall, it was an exciting fall for the Wildcats. Congratulations to all of the teams and a special thanks to the seniors!

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