YAIAA Girls Tennis Champion, Jillian Laughman 

                                                                The first in school history. Congratulations!

                        Girls Cross Country are YAIAA Division I champions

         Margaret Carroll won the YAIAA Girls Cross Country Championship

          The sophomore then won bronze at the District 3 championship

          One week later, Carroll finished FIFTH in the STATE. Well done!

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January 18, 2020

 Let's go Bobcat Nation!!

Events cancelled because of weather forecast




ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT NEWS: Due to the winter weather forecast the Bobcat Diving Invitational that was scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled.

As a reminder, dogs are not allowed on district property.  Event staff are instructed to address any spectators that bring their dogs to Northeastern Home events.  Please respect this district policy.  Also, please remember Northeastern is a tobacco free environment.  Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes, Vaping Devices and Chewing Tobacco are prohibited from being used on district property.

Check out each winter sports page to see updated schedules.

Boys Basketball opened the week with a 50-45 win against an excellent Dallastown squad. The Bobcats got 13 points from Manny Capo and 11 from Quay Mulbah in the victory. The boys had Central on the ropes on Wednesday, but the Panther hit a long shot at the regulation buzzer tying the game, then went on to knock off the Bobcats 69-67 in overtime. Great game by both teams.

The Jennings sisters were at it again on Monday as Jordyn dropped 20 and Logan 14, however, the Girls Basketball team fell against York Suburban, 57-48. Aleyah Stokes led the Cats with 11 points on Wednesday, but the Bobcats fell to Kennard-Dale 53-31.

The Bobcats wrestlers scored a big 38-33 win against West York on Tuesday with the highlight by Jacob Kensinger, who needed only 21 seconds to pin his opponent. Two nights later, the Bobcats came from behind to defeat Kennard-Dale, 40-36. Ryan Hussey picked up a pin at 138 pounds, followed by Ryan Maley earning a major decision at 145 late in the match for the win.

Swimming hit the water for a make-up meet at Dallastown on Tuesday and the perennial power Wildcats prevailed, 106-64 in boys and 117-50 in girls. Central was next and the Panthers won a close boys meet, 90-83 and the girls, 113-65.

Indoor track news: Trinity Schraudner for broke her own school record in the 400m dash and taking first at the River Hawk Invitational. Way to go Trinity!!

Congrats to our competitive cheer squad, which competed at the PIAA championships last week. 

Please come out and support NORTHEASTERN BOBCATS ATHLETICS. GO BOBCATS!!!!!!

The Northeastern athletic department has the following documents available for download.

Please read, download, fill out applicable forms and submit to the athletic office.

                         Explanation of fees for extra curricular participation                            

                         Fee Waiver form

                         Fee Schedule for extracurricular activities                  

                         2019-2020 Athletic Ticket Plans  

                         PIAA Athletics Physical forms


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