The York-Adams League Field Hockey Championship Tournament is coming into focus.
Three of the four spots in the playoff field have been determined.
Division I champion Dallastown (16-1-0), Division I runner-up Red Lion (13-2-0) and Division III champion Bermudian Springs (14-3-1) have been locked in.
The final remaining berth will go to a Division II team - Kennard-Dale, Susquehannock or West York. Each of those teams finished 6-2 in division action. The first three tiebreakers still could not break the tie - head-to-head results in divisional games, results against other division teams, going from top to bottom, and a play-in game.
As a result, the fourth tiebreaker will determine the Division II representative to the tournament - District 3 power ratings after Monday's games.
In the latest District 3-AA power ratings, Susquehannock (11-4-1) is No. 11 at .578, Kennard-Dale (10-4-0) is No. 12 at .574 and West York (10-6-0) is No. 13 at .559. All records are through Wednesday's games.
The York-Adams playoffs start with the semifinals on Wednesday at Northeastern, with Dallastown vs. the Division II representative at 6 p.m., followed by Bermudian vs. Red Lion at 7:30 p.m. The championship match is slated for 7 p.m. Thursday at Northeastern.
OTHER FIELD HOCKEY
SOUTH WESTERN 3, NEW OXFORD 1: At New Oxford, Bailey Moses scored two goals to lead the Mustangs. Montana Utz also scored for South Western. Shaela Pagnanelli had New Oxford's score. Hanna Glover made nine saves for South Western.
WEST YORK 1, DELONE CATHOLIC 0: At West York, the Bulldogs earned a victory in a game that was ended at halftime because of deteriorating field conditions. Megan Chubb scored the game's only goal off of one of West York's 21 corners. Julie Noel had five saves for Delone.
KENNARD-DALE 1, HANOVER 0: At Hanover, Julia D'Arrigo found the back of the net with 5:37 remaining in the match to secure the victory. Abi Pietra made 11 stops in goal in the shutout. For the Hawkettes, Emily Albright made 13 saves.