Central York High School, home of the Panthers, has a rich history of athletic success. The District's administration, staff, and community are committed to building upon that history and maintaining a high level of integrity among all of our athletic programs.
The Athletic Department's mission is to support student-athletes, encourage them to strive for continued success and assist them in building a strong sense of pride and self-esteem through participation in competitive interscholastic athletics. Student-athletes are encouraged to develop responsibility, determination, commitment to their sport, an understanding about the importance of teamwork, and an overall respect for themselves and others.
At Central York, we believe that through participation in competitive sports, our student-athletes develop the necessary skills to become well-rounded and productive members of the York community.
Central York’s wrestling team continued a strong 2022-23 season by posting a perfect 5-0 record in the Patriot Duals at Red Land High School on Saturday.
As head coach Scott Wisner remains in the hospital, the Panthers have continued to rally on the court.
The Central York and Dallastown swim teams split York-Adams Division I boys' and girls' meets at Dallastown on Thursday afternoon, as the host Wildcats won the boys' meet 104-66 and the visiting Panthers took the girls' meet 88-82.
Central York against Spring Grove bowling match in York on Tuesday, Jan. 10.
The Panthers rolled past Cumberland Valley, 43-27.
Central York and Spring Grove each entered Thursday with both their boys' and girls' basketball teams unbeaten in York-Adams Division I play.