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October 3, 2023
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Cross Country Home Meet, 4:30 pm

Boys Soccer vs Spring Grove, 7 pm (JV 5:30)

Girls Soccer at Spring Grove, 6:45 pm (JV 5:30)

Girls Volleyball vs South Western, 7:15 pm (JV 6)

Jr High Field Hockey at So. Western, 4/5:15 pm

We are transitioning to a new athletic paperwork platform: RankOne Sport.
                    Rank One Online Portal     
Rank One Parent Account Tutorial
2023 Fall athletes: You and your parents must complete the online paperwork using the RankOne Sport platform.  Per PIAA rules, please do NOT complete any forms until after June 1.  Your child must be promoted within the system by RankOne

**RLJH incoming 7th graders and parents.  Do not attempt to fill out any online forms.  You will need to be promoted within the RLASD Infinite Campus system prior to being updated within RankOne Sport.  You should be able to begin completing online forms after the July 4 holiday.
***Parents of all sport athletes:  Please create an account for yourself to link you to your child(ren), you will need to create your account in RankOne if you have not done so previously.  You may also complete the Section 5 & 6 physical form any time AFTER June 1 and submit to your school's main office.
****Please do not submit a paper form of PIAA CIPPE Sections 1-4. You MUST submit the ONLINE form within the RankOne system following the instructions provided. All paper copies of CIPPE Forms 1-4 will be returned.
****Please print off a copy of Sections 5 & 6 to take to the doctor (see link below).  This form must be signed by the parent/guardian and athlete, and also the physician and it MUST be dated.  Submit paper copies to the main office of your school and it will be sent to the athletic trainers.
***Home school student-athletes, please contact for further directions of how to complete the online forms

Mission Statement

"The mission of the Red Lion Area School District, in partnership with  our communities, is to prepare all students to reach their greatest potential, thus becoming responsible and productive citizens."

Athletic Philosophy

"The athletic program is an integral part of the educational process of the Red Lion Area School District. The goal is to promote a greater desire in our student body and community to take an active part in our sports programs either as participants or spectators. As individuals continue through the maturation process of athletics, it is important to remember that participation in extracurricular activities is a privilege.

The goal of the athletic program is to develop highly competitive athletics while not losing sight of the educational values such as sportsmanship, health, scholastic achievement, etc. The athletic program is to occupy a position in the curriculum comparable to that of other subjects of activities and to aid in promoting school morale."

Updated Documents



Director of Athletics
Kyle Masser

LIONS RECAP - Eli Morales was selected as the York Daily Record's GametimePA Player of the week for his performance last Friday evening.


Eli caught 3 balls for 106 yds and 1 TD. He also contributed on defense with 4 tackles.


Varsity Football ran their record to 3-1 with a 39-0 victory over Etown ... Next up is their first league game, at Home vs William Penn Friday 9/22 at 7PM.

Varsity Field Hockey continued their winning streak with a victory over Kennard Dale 6-0 on Friday; next up is Central York Monday afternoon at home on Horn Field, 4 PM start.  They are now 9-1.


Varsity girls soccer lost another heartbreaker to Dallastown on Saturday and will play three straight games, home Tuesday vs New Oxford Varsity at 4 and Wednesday vs Etown Varsity at 4. Thursday at South Western Varsity at 6 PM.

Mr. Cooley and his boys soccer team finally got to play their first home game of the year this past Saturday afternoon, falling to Dtown 3-0.  He continues his tough schedule with games Monday at York Suburban VAR at 8PM and Tuesday at Northeastern Var at 7:30. He will be back home on Thursday against SW, Varsity at 7 PM.

Cross Country continues their strong season as the Boys are undefeated in the Dual Season and the girls are  4-2 on the year. Their next race is Tuesday at Littlestown high school.

Girls Volleyball continues their season tonight at Susquehannock after picking up their second win of the year last week. They also play at Dallastown on Thursday 9/21, varsity approx 7:15.

Girls tennis continues their strong season with a 7-1 record.  Their one and only loss at the hands of the number 3A tennis team in District 3 last week.  They travel to Susquehannock tonight and then host an undefeated Dallastown team on Thursday 9/21 at 4 PM.


The golf team will finish up their season this week at Hickory Heights Golf Course.  


Please continue to support our Athletic Programs as well as the MARCHING LIONS!

NCAA Recruiting Information
NCAA Eligibility, Rules & COVID Impact, Click HERE
Guide for College Bound Student-Athletes Click HERE
NCAA Covid Waiver for SAT Scores
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