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Central York beats York High to go undefeated in the regular season for the 2nd straight year

Written by: on Saturday, October 30th, 2021


Central York beat York High 60-14 Friday night in a dominating performance against their rival. Central York dominated in all three phases of the game in a sloppy rain-filled contest. Quarterback Beau Pribula lead Central York to victory with 157 yards passing and 3 passing touchdowns. Pribula also rushed for 3 touchdowns and 38 yards on the evening. Juelz Goff had 2 rushing touchdowns and caught a touchdown as well in the victory. Head Coach Gerry Yonchiuk on the victory “It’s so special to finish 10-0. To do it back to back years. It was awesome”. Pribula on what the win meant for the season “This is a 3 peat for the league title, 1st time in school history and back-to-back undefeated seasons, it is incredible”.

Central York’s Beau Pribula poses after the 60-14 win over rival York High 

Pribula the Penn State commit made several great plays with his feet and his legs. He kept plays alive by scrambling but also ran for hard yards on designed Quarterback runs.  Yonchiuk on his QB “Beau is so special and the kids rally around him”.  Pribula made the point that the team wanted to start fast. Pribula said, “1st Quarter we just jumped on them, you have to in this weather, we threw the ball and ran the ball well”. Central York jumped on York High to a lead of 27-6 after the 1st Quarter, and 45-6 at the half.  

York High did not have many bright spots on the evening but Jaheim White rushed for 221 yards on the night on just 14 carries. Including the lone touchdown for York High on an 80-yard run. The Junior has a bright future for the Bearcats. 

Central York enters the playoffs as the number 1 seed in 6A of District 3. Coming off a District 3 title and a state championship game last year, Central York is primed to have a good chance to repeat as champs. Pribula on where the program is now “To see what our program is now and to see we are a powerhouse it is amazing”. The resurgence of this program started when his brother Cade Pribula was the starting Quarterback and has continued throughout his career as well. “I give a lot of credit to my brother Cade and all the coaches for turning around this program from all the way back to 2016 season”. 







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