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The Central York and Northeastern boys' volleyball teams each face trips of more than 100 miles on Saturday for their PIAA state quarterfinal contests.

The Panthers, the District 3-AAA champions, will face District 7-AAA runner-up Seneca Valley at 5 p.m. Saturday at Altoona High School. That's a trip of more than 130 miles for Central, while Seneca Valley faces a trip of about 115 miles.

The Bobcats, the District 3-AA champions, will meet District 2-AA runner-up North Pocono at 6 p.m. Saturday at Easton Middle School. Northeastern will travel more than 105 miles, while North Pocono will travel less than 60 miles.

Central York enters Saturday's match ranked No. 4 in the latest Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association AAA rankings, while Seneca Valley is ranked No. 5.

Northeastern is ranked No. 1 in the PVCA AA poll, while North Pocono is not ranked in the top 10.

Both the Panthers and the Bobcats are trying to defend their state championships from a season ago.