The division races are heating up in the York-Adams League, especially in division 2. West York and Dover are battling for the top spot and will face each other Friday night. The Bulldogs lost their season opener but have rattled off 5 straight wins.
But this game is more than about records.
"It is a big rivalry. It goes back for a bunch of our players on this team played against their guys. Their players dads so it means a lot to both communities I know that."
Jerrin Toomey, West York Senior
"Its always been a big rivalry ever since my dad played here in the 80s so its still going on. Its a big game, each side wants to win for bragging rights each year."
The game kicks off Friday night at 7 at Dover.
West York Is Ready For Their Rivals From Dover
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