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New Oxford 7, West York 0

Singles: Gruver (NO) def. Hein, 6-0, 6-0. Stiles (NO) def. Burke, 6-3, 6-2. Forry (NO) def. Potts, 6-0, 6-1. Conrad (NO) def. Fairlamb, 6-1, 6-0. Luckenbaugh (NO) def. Henderson, 6-0. 6-0.; Doubles: Conrad/Melton (NO) def. Hein/Potts, 8-3. Klunk/Guzman (NO) def. Henderson/Yanick, 8-1.

Bermudian Springs 6, Littlestown 1

Singles: Phutaemnin (BS) def. Staub, 6-0, 6-1. Perez (L) def. Wilkins, 6-2, 2-6, 6-3. Hoak (BS) def. Thomas, 6-3, 6-3. Myers (BS) def. Reed, 6-0, 6-1. Eschrich (BS) def. Owings, 6-1, 6-0; Doubles: Phutaemnin/Wilkins (BS) def. Staub/Perez, 6-0, 7-5. Hoak/Eschrich (BS) def. Thomas/Owings, 6-2, 6-0.

Red Lion 5, Gettysburg 0

Singles: Innerst (RL) def. Smith, 6-0, 6-1. A. Moyer (RL) def. Hsu, 6-4, 6-0. Gayrama (RL) def. Yingling, 6-3, 6-1; Doubles: McKnight/Ohme (RL) def. Waldkoenig/Kiick, 6-3, 6-4. Miller/Stare (RL) def. Schwartzbaugh/Holt, 6-3, 6-2.

York Catholic 6, Delone Catholic 1

Singles: Andrews (YC) def. Gutierrez, 6-3, 5-7, 1-0 (10-6). S Bartkowiak (YC) def. Botts, 6-0, 6-1. Higgins (YC) def. Hemler, 6-4, 6-0. N Bartkowiak (YC) Durski, 7-5, 7-6. Thole (YC) def. Sweeney, 6-1, 6-0; Doubles: N Bartkowiak-Thole (YC) def. Gutierrez-Botts, 8-6. Hemler-Durski (DC) def. Greisher-German Isaac, 8-2.

South Western 5, Central 2

Singles: Meyer (SW) def. Lehigh, 6-2, 6-3. Sentz (SW) def. Maderitz, 7-5, 6-0. Kenny (SW) def. Hotea, 6-4, 7-6 (4). Garling (C) def. Fabrick, 6-3, 6-1. J Harrison (SW) def. Smith, 6-1, 6-1; Doubles: Garling-Smith (C) def. Fabrick-Heavel, 8-0. J Harrison-B Harrison (SW) def. Schmidt-Bacha, 8-1., x-x, x-x.

Hanover 6, Northeastern 1

Singles: Fries (NE) def. Arndt, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4. Bosserman (H) def. Wunsch, 6-1, 7-5. Magana (H) def. Riddle, 6-1, 6-3. Young (H) def. Hollingsworth, 6-2, 6-1. Yost (H) def. Wagner, 6-1, 6-1; Doubles: Arndt/Myers (H) def. Fries/Riddle, 8-6. Bosserman/Magana (H) def. Hollingsworth/Wunsch, 8-2.

York Suburban 7, Dover 0

Singles: Diehl (YS) def. Miller, 6-2, 6-0. Peck (YS) def. Strickler, 6-0, 4-6, 6-1. Strine (YS) def. Wise, 7-6 (2), 6-3. Manzella (YS) def. Groft, 6-1, 6-0. Lando (YS) def. Shaffer, 6-0, 6-0; Doubles: Diehl/Peck (YS) def. Strickler/Groft, 8-0. Lee/Platts (YS) def. Wise/Jordan, 8-3.


Fairfield 000 0 1 3
York Catholic 681 15 11 0

FF: Ford, House (1), Romanic (2) and Griffin; YC: Krevetski, Kennedy (3) and Mills; WP: Krevetski; LP: Ford; 2B: YC, Mills; 3B: YC, Bohn, Mills.

Littlestown 105 100 0 7 8 2
Biglerville 100 021 0 4 9 5

L: Crawmer, Dipietro (2), Livesay (3) and Henrie; B: Greist, Ayers (4) and Aspers; WP: Livesay; LP: Greist; 2B: L, Strevig, Henrie. B, Greist 2, Sheets; 3B: B, Ayers.

Spring Grove 001 110 5 8 2 1
Delone 000 020 0 2 10 6

SG: Kauffman, Spangler (5) and Hoiles; DC: O’Boyle, Ames (7) and Roth; WP: Kauffman; LP: O’Boyle; 2B: SG, Hunt.

Bermudian 000 00 — 0 3 4

New Oxford 440 3x — 11 13 0

BS: Tipler, Perkins (3), Wagaman (4) and N/A; NO: Lippy and N/A; WP: Lippy; LP: Tipler; 2B: NO, Palmer, Shultz.

Red Lion 201 000 0 3 9 3
Central 002 131 x 7 8 0

RL: Lauer, Walker (5), Urey (6) and Landis; CY: Sepic and Lynch; WP: Sepic; LP: Lauer; 3B: RL, Tyson, Godfrey; HR: CY, Sepic.

Greencastle 120 000 0 3 3 2
South Western 000 000 0 0 4 5

G: Ricci and Byers; SW: Kelch, Taylor (6) and Monahan; WP: Ricci; LP: Kelch.

Northeastern 000 001 0 1 5 1
Exeter 000 000 0 0 3 2

Ne: Shimkus, Dolan (7) and Blymire. ET: Koch, Dickens (7) and Parker. WP: Shimkus. LP: Koch. 2B: Ne, Myers;

Eastern 261 015 — 15 11 1

York Tech 100 002 — 3 7 4

EY: Miller and Taylor; YT: Rossy and Nell; WP: Miller; LP: Nell; 2B: EY, Strickler. YT, Nell; 3B: EY, Strickler.

Cumb. Valley 000 210 1 4 8 3
Susquehannock 110 303 0 8 8 1

CV: Johnston, Howard (5), Heisey (6) and Aumiller; S: Houser and Tattersall; WP: Houser; LP: Johnston ; HR: CV, Raber.

JV score: School, xx-xx.


Bermudian 000 04 — 4 9 2

New Oxford 353 3x — 14 11 2

BS: M. Huntington and Williams; NO: Peck and Belcher; WP: Peck; LP: M. Huntington; 2B: BS, Faircloth 2, Williams. NO, Becker, Belcher, M. Smith; 3B: NO, S. Smith.

Spring Grove 101 000 1 3 4 1
Red Lion 511 101 x 9 11 0

SG: Jacoby, Wivell (5) and Hoover, Cornman (5); RL: Shultz and Montgomery; WP: Shultz; LP: Jacoby; 2B: RL, Shultz; 3B: RL, Wanbaugh, Montgomery.

Delone Catholic 002 010 3 6 10 6
Bishop McDevitt 240 200 x 8 8 2

DC: Rickrode and King; MD: Noss and Phelan; WP: Noss; LP: Rickrode; 2B: DC, Rickrode, McCleaf; 3B: DC, D. Laughman, Rider. MD, Phelan; HR: DC, K. Laughman.

Fairfield 001 001 2 4 6 3
York Catholic 000 002 0 2 1 2

F: Kinjerski and Barron; YC: Fix and Nigro; WP: Kinjerski; LP: Fix; 2B: F, Barron (2), Kinjerski.

Northeastern 000 000 2 2 6 4
Trinity 100 041 x 6 8 1

NE: Sweitzer and Reed; T: Baldwin and Esposito; WP: Baldwin; LP: Sweitzer; HR: T, Knaub, Barone.

Littlestown 008 111 3 14 16 1
Biglerville 201 202 0 7 15 2

LT: Schroeder and Lanahan; BG: Taylor and Sowers; WP: Schroeder; LP: Taylor; 2B: LT, Yealy 2, Lanahan, Dews. BG, Stanko 2, Wenk, Taylor; 3B: LT, Skillman, Gauthier.


CD East 1 0 0 1 — 2

Kennard-Dale 5 7 5 2 — 19

Goals: CDE, Stickler 2. KD, Seitz 5, Schonbrunner 3, Wallace 3, Brewer, Huntzinger, Greaver, Schopf; Assists: KD, Seitz 2, Schonbrunner, Wallace, Huntzinger; Saves: CDE, Hynasky (10). KD, White (7).

JV score: Kennard-Dale 3-2.

Central 7 4 7 0 — 18

New Oxford 2 2 0 1 — 5

Goals: CY, Haldeman 6, Kurland 5, Desenberg 4, Tranchitella 2, Yantek. NO, Orndorf 3, Wilson, Carver; Assists: CY, Haldeman 6, Yantek 4, George. NO, Clabaugh; Saves: CY, Walker (3), Hinkle (4). NO, Zero (17), Medina (3).

JV score: Central 15-5.


Central 8 6 14
Spring Grove 6 5 11

Goals: CY, Windsor 3, Balanda 3, Billings 3, Czaplinski 2, H. Gilhool, Glatfelter, Keaton. SG, Taylor, Myers, Grove, Festermacher, Axe 2, Franklin 2, Miller 3; Assists: CY, Glatfelter, Windsor 2. SG, Walker, Richards, Fenstermacher, Keiser; Saves: CY, L. Gilhool (3). SG, Craver (15).

JV score: Central 6, Spring Grove 6 (Tie).

Red Lion 4 3 7
Lower Dauphin 11 9 20

Goals: RL, Donovan 4, Dettinger, Ehrbaker, Raver. LD, Bracale 3, Ceschini, Green, Kelly, Lehman, Lister 8, Markley 3, Woltman; Assists: RL, Donovan, Sheridon. LD, Bracale 6, Lehman, Lister 3, Markley; Saves: RL, Herbert (17). LD, Lammando (6).





EMIGSVILLE — There is little doubt that this will be one big week for the Central York baseball team.

The Panthers came into Monday riding a six-game winning streak. It’s a week that features games vs. two league rivals, a two-time defending state champion and a team near the top of the Berks County League standings.

Central wanted to get the week off to a fast start.

That didn’t happen Monday when the Panthers played host to Red Lion in a York-Adams League Division I battle. But Coach Mike Valencik’s club showed the ability to rally back. Down by three runs heading into the bottom of the third inning, the Panthers got their act together in a big way.

A big two-run single from pitcher Dan Sepic started the comeback. A three-run fifth then put the home team ahead before Sepic closed things out. The right-hander allowed five hits over the first three frames, but held the Lions to just four more the rest of the way, and Central earned a hard-fought 7-3 victory.

“Red Lion’s a good team and they were hitting the ball well,” Sepic said. “They got out to a 2-0 start but we just came back.”

The Lions took the early lead with two outs in the first. Drew Landis and Brady Taylor laced back-to-back singles and scored on Mike Godfrey’s triple.

“They’re a hot team,” Red Lion coach Darren Hake said. “They’ve won a lot of games in a row and the best way to get to a team like that is to get ahead early.”

A single and a stolen base by Landis led to the third run in the third inning when Taylor ripped another single to put the visitors ahead 3-0.

With games against West York, Spring Grove and Exeter looming later in the week, the division-leading Panthers (8-3 overall, 6-1 Division I) could ill-afford to stub their toe against a Lions team that was just half game back in the standings.

“This is a huge week for us,” Sepic said. “It’s going to be a tough week, but we’re ready for it.”

The rally began in the bottom of the third with the help of some Red Lion generosity. An error, a single and another error moved runners to second and third for Sepic, who rocketed a base hit to cut the deficit to 3-2.

“Big … big,” Valencik said of Sepic’s single. “He’s definitely on fire.”

The Panthers evened the score in the fourth off Red Lion starter Brian Lauer. A couple of singles and a sacrifice bunt were enough for Connor St. Pierre, who earned the RBI on a fielder’s choice groundout.

The home team seized control an inning later behind two singles, two walks and two hit batters, which pushed three runs across to make it 6-3.

“We try to stay composed,” Sepic said. “We knew we could hit the ball at any time, so we just stayed together and then hit the ball.”

Sepic (seven innings, nine hits, six strikeouts, one walk) tacked on an insurance run in the sixth with a bomb over the fence in dead center to make it 7-3. It marked the first home run hit over the fence at Central’s field so far this season.

The positive result Monday put the veteran coach Valencik in a pretty good place.

“I’m really, really happy right now,” Valencik said. “It’s no secret. In high school baseball, when you run good pitching out there every time, you’re going to be in every game.”

Hake was on the opposite side of the spectrum after seeing his team allow a great opportunity to slip by.

“We left a couple (of runs) out there today,” Hake said. “And we counted it up and we gave them 12 free bases today and they gave us one. We have five walks, two wild pitches, two hit batters and three errors. And those free bases definitely hurt us.”

Sepic and Adam Reed led an eight-hit Central attacked with two hits apiece. Landis, Taylor and Wyatt Tyson each had two hits each for Red Lion (5-4, 5-3).


Spring Grove 8, Delone Catholic 2: At McSherrystown, Spring Grove was outhit 10-2, but still rolled to the non-league win, thanks largely to six Delone errors and seven Delone walks. Nick Spangler walked three times and scored three runs. Austin Hunt belted a two-run double during the Rockets’ five-run seventh that broke open a 3-2 game. Jimmy O’Boyle, Chase Kint and Mike Rider had two hits each for Delone. Spring Grove is now 8-4 overall, while Delone fell to 10-3.

York Catholic 15, Fairfield 0: At York Catholic, in a game shortened to three innings because of the 15-run mercy rule, Jake Krevetski and Brenden Kennedy combined on a one-hitter for the Fighting Irish. Matt McKim (three hits, three runs, two RBIs), Nathan Haney (three hits, four RBIs, one run) and Doug Mills (double, triple, two RBIs, two runs) led the 11-hit Irish attack.

Northeastern 1, Exeter Township 0: Scoreless going into the top of the sixth, Northeastern’s Nick Sprenkle (2-for-3) led off with a single, moved to second on a sac bunt from Devin Blymire and later stole third, before Grant Myers came to the plate with two outs. Myers drilled an RBI double to left-center to score Sprenkle for the game’s only run. Bobcats’ starter Steve Shimkus went six innings, allowing three hits while striking out eight and walking three to get the win. Brady Dolan tossed a scoreless seventh to pick up the save.

Eastern 15, York Tech 3: At Spry, Devin Strickler led the Golden Knights by going 3-for-5 at the plate, including a triple, a double, two stolen bases and one RBI. Clayton Miller picked up a complete-game victory, striking out nine and walking two. For the Spartans, Justin Nell hit a double. Eastern moved to 5-3 in York-Adams Division III and 7-5 overall.

Susquehannock 8, Cumberland Valley 4: At Glen Rock, Susquehannock used a pair of three-run innings to earn the non-league victory. The Warriors (10-1 overall) scored three times in the bottom of the fourth to snap a 2-2 tie and put up another three spot in the sixth. Josh Houser went the distance on the mound for Susquehannock. The right-hander allowed eight hits.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.


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Red Lion outlasted Susquehannock for a back-and-forth 25-16, 19-25, 25-22, 20-25, 15-10 boys’ volleyball triumph on Monday night.

Leading the way for Red Lion was Don Longnecker (17 assists, 12 digs, six kills), Hunter Klein (18 assists, 18 digs, eight aces), Bennet Frey (19 digs) and Jared Warner (23 kills, 12 digs). Nathan Rohrbaugh (19 digs, 14 kills), Tyler White (14 digs) and Stephen Rouse (31 assists) paced the Warriors. In JV action, Red Lion won, 24-26, 25-21, 15-11.


Lancaster Mennonite 3, Dover 1: Lancaster Mennonite won in four games at Dover, 25-22, 25-20, 27-29, 25-14. Pacing the host Eagles was Brendan Warren (32 kills, 14 digs), Koi Xapakdy (22 digs), Koleman Hoffman (15 kills, 11 digs) and J.T. Crossan (48 assists, five digs).





South Western’s Quin Meyer returns a backhand to Devin Lehigh of Central York in the No. 1 singles match on Monday. Meyer won the match in straight

South Western’s Quin Meyer returns a backhand to Devin Lehigh of Central York in the No. 1 singles match on Monday. Meyer won the match in straight sets, helping the Mustangs to a 5-2 team victory and the York-Adams Division I crown. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

Jeremy Garling had mixed emotions when the singles portion of the South Western-Central York boys’ tennis match concluded on Monday afternoon.

Garling, who plays No. 4 for Central, won his match, 6-3, 6-1, but South Western players captured the other four singles matches to clinch the team victory and the York-Adams Division I title.

The teams split the two doubles matches (played in eight-game pro sets) for a 5-2 South Western triumph and the Mustangs’ third division crown in the past four years.

“That (losing the match) was the disappointing part,” Garling said. “I feel bad for our seniors. We have a ton of seniors.”

Garling had to feel good about the way he played this season. The Panthers’ junior went undefeated in dual matches.

“I’m a lot better than last year,” Garling said. “My mental game is better, and my forehand is better. It’s a turning point (of his career) this year.”

Garling had some rough spots in his match against South Western’s Michael Fabrick.

“In the beginning of the match, I kind of struggled a little bit,” Garling said. “After I broke his serve (for 2-1), things started to turn around. My serve was on, and I took the momentum. He (Fabrick) is a good opponent. He has a sliced backhand, and I hadn’t played anyone who had that.”

Fabrick’s teammates won in their singles matches in straight sets, but Central’s players had their moments, particularly at No. 2 and No. 3. Central’s Chris Maderitz led 5-4 at No. 2 and had three set points in the opening set. However, South Western’s Ben Sentz fought off the set points and ended up winning the match, 7-5, 6-0. In the No. 3 match, South Western’s Gavin Kenny outlasted Central’s Raphael Hotea, 6-4, 7-6 (4).

“We had some missed opportunities today,” Central coach Eric Sweitzer said. “Chris was up, 5-4 with three set points at No. 2, that was a killer. Raphael was up 5-3 (in the second set). Chris fell down 3-0 (in the first set), and he got his game together. He came up from five (No. 5 singles last year) to two. He can take this as a learning experience.”

The York-Adams season may be over for both teams, but the Mustangs and Panthers have qualified for the District 3-AAA Team Tournament.

“I feel the 3-2 format (three singles and two doubles matches with no repeats) used in districts will be good for us because we have depth,” Sweitzer said. “We were hoping to get into doubles today because we’ve done some positive things in doubles this year. Congratulations to Kristen (South Western coach Kristen Meyer). We weren’t good enough today, but we’re a better team than we were at the beginning of the season.”

Central will take an overall mark of 11-1 into the district tournament.

York Catholic takes crown: At the same time that South Western secured the Division I title, York Catholic sewed up the Division II championship with a 6-1 victory over Delone Catholic.

Michael Andrews, Scott Bartkowiak, Isaac Higgins, Nick Bartkowiak and Thomas Thole earned singles points for the Fighting Irish, who closed at 7-0 in league matches. Andrews outlasted Ben Gutierrez in a three-set match at No. 1 singles, 6-3, 5-7, 1-0 (10-6).

The title was the first for York Catholic since the 2009 Fighting Irish team finished on top of the division .


York Suburban 7, Dover 0: At Suburban, Elliot Diehl and Michael Peck won in singles and doubles for the Trojans, who improved to 6-1 in Division II. Ben Strine, Matthew Manzella and Cooper Lando also earned singles wins.

Red Lion 5, Gettysburg 0: At Gettysburg, Sam Innerst, Angel Moyer and Alec Gayrama each picked up a singles victory for the Lions, who improved to 11-3 overall.

Hanover 6, Northeastern 1: At Manchester, Cameron Bosserman and Tony Magana won in singles and doubles for Hanover. Logan Fries won at No. 1 singles for the Bobcats.

New Oxford 7, West York 0: At West York, Mat Conrad won in singles and doubles to power the Colonials.

Dick VanOlinda writes about high school sports for The York Dispatch. He can be reached at sports@yorkdispatch.com.


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Central York grabbed a 14-11 girls’ lacrosse victory at Spring Grove on Monday.

MacKenzie Windsor led the Panthers by scoring three goals and adding two assists. Also for Central, Alexis Balanda and Addison Billings each scored three goals, while Jillian Czaplinski scored two goals. Hannah Gilhool scored one goal and added one assist. For the Rockets, Jordyn Miller scored three goals, while Casey Franklin and Courtney Axe each scored two goals. Anna Fenstermacher scored one goal and added one assist.


Lower Dauphin 20, Red Lion 7: At Hummelstown, Sierra Donovan led the Lions by scoring four goals and adding one assist. Teammate Larissa Herbert made 17 stops in goal.


Kennard-Dale 19, CD East 2: At Fawn Grove, Robert Seitz led the Rams by scoring five goals and recording two assists. Dallas Allen scored four goals, while David Wallace and Jesse Schonbrunner each scored three goals and added one assist. Dean Huntzinger scored one goal and added one assist.

Central York 18, New Oxford 5: At New Oxford, Max Haldeman had six goals and six assists to power the Panthers. Central also got big outings from Thomas Kurland (five goals), Ian Desenberg (four goals) and Katon Yantek (goal, four assists). Central improved to 9-2.


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Katie Shultz pitched a complete game to lead the Red Lion softball team to a 9-3 victory over visiting Spring Grove on Monday afternoon.

She struck out six and walked four. Shultz was also 2-for-3 at the plate, including a double.

Also for the Lions, Brianna Wanbaugh went 2-for-3, including a triple; Paige Taylor went 2-for-3 with two RBIs, Megan Chapman went 2-for-4; and Misty Montgomery had three RBIs. For the Rockets, Alex Botts went 2-for-3. Red Lion improved to 5-2 in York-Adams Division I and 8-2 overall.


Fairfield 4, York Catholic 2: At York Catholic, Kaitlin Barron led the Green Knights by belting two doubles and scoring two runs. For the Irish, Carrie Fix pitched a complete game, striking out 17 and walking two. Fix also connected for the lone Irish hit.

Trinity 6, Northeastern 2: At Shiremanstown, Erica Anderson singled home both of Northeastern’s runs in the top of the seventh. The Bobcats’ Maddie Renard went 2-for-3.


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Central York High School graduate Paul Kuhn has made Juniata College sports history.

The 6-foot, 7-inch junior has become the first men’s volleyball player in Eagles history to be named the Continental Volleyball Conference Player of the Year.

Juniata is ranked No. 3 in NCAA Division III and has a record of 27-4.

It is Kuhn’s second all-conference nod. He leads the league and the team in aces per set. He’s second on the team in kills and was named the CVC Player of the Week and the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) National Player of the Week during the season. Kuhn also has a presence on defense and is third on the team in digs.

Juniata’s season continues as the third seed in the 2014 NCAA Division III men’s volleyball national tournament. They will face sixth seeded Kean University in the quarterfinals at 8 p.m. Friday, April 25 at home in the Kennedy Sports and Recreation Center.

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The Susquehannock boys’ track and field team has gotten off to a hot start this spring.

With a 94-56 victory Thursday afternoon at Northeastern, the Warriors improved to 3-0 in York-Adams League competition and moved into a tie atop Division II with Dover (also 3-0). They won Thursday behind the efforts of Julian Hernandez, Zach Shelley and Zach Holloway. Hernandez took first in the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles. Shelley won the 400 and ran the first leg of the winning 1,600 relay. And Holloway won the 800 and ran the second leg of the winning 3,200 relay. Overall, Susquehannock won 12 of the 18 events. For Northeastern, Jowan Lewis-Kearse (100, long jump) and Benjamin Linne (1,600, 3,200) each won a pair of events.

On the girls’ side, Susquehannock beat Northeastern 100-50, with the Warriors taking first in 11 of the 18 events. Susquehannock improved to 2-1 in D-II action. Alesha Herman, Emily Houska, Victoria Acton and Rachel Banchiere led the way for Susquehannock. Herman (100, 200) had a pair of first-place finishes and ran the final leg on the winning 400 relay, while Houska (400) and Acton (800) each won an individual event and ran a leg of the winning 1,600 relay. Banchiere claimed the top spot in the 1,600 and 3,200. Northeastern had a solid performance in the field events, with Kristin Josey (long jump, triple jump) and Tashia Clayborne (shot put, discus) each winning a pair of events. Teammate Hannah Schell also took first in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.


Red Lion 117.5, York High 32.5: At Red Lion, Quincy Palmer won the 100 and 200 dashes to lead the Lions, who improved to 3-1 in York-Adams Division I.



Red Lion 119, York 20: At Red Lion, Angelica Gonzalez (200, long jump), Julia Kendrick (400, 800), Amanda Myers (javelin, shot put) and Johnnie Tamney (high jump, triple jump) each won two individual events for the home team, which improved to 4-0 in York-Adams Division I.


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Eastern York captured a non-league boys’ volleyball victory at Red Land on Thursday night, 25-23, 26-24, 29-27.

Brady Dailey led the visitors with eight kills, six digs and four blocks. Sean Mego had 32 assists, five digs and three kills, Jared Woods had nine kills and Orion Rodriguez had 10 kills and four digs.

Eastern won the JV match, 25-18, 25-17.


Chambersburg 3, Spring Grove 0: At Chambersburg, the Rockets lost the non-league match, 25-12, 25-4, 25-8. Chambersburg won the JV match, 25-19, 25-15. Spring Grove fell to 5-5 overall. No Rockets’ statistics were available.

Central Dauphin 3, Dallastown 0: At Dallastown, the Rams won the non-league match, 25-14, 25-22, 25-18. For the Wildcats, Sam Ward had 10 kills, while Nate Swartz had 22 assists and Owen Terroso had 14 digs. Dallastown won the JV match, 18-25, 26-24, 15-9.

Northern York 3, New Oxford 1: At Dillsburg, the Polar Bears won the non-league match, 25-19, 23-25, 25-20, 29-27. Ryan McMaster led the Colonials with 18 kills. Trey Noble contributed 30 assists.

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Dallastown and Kennard-Dale captured convincing York-Adams League girls’ lacrosse victories on Thursday.

The Wildcats downed New Oxford, 15-6, while the Rams defeated Spring Grove, 21-5.

At Dallastown, Ali Shick, Lindsey Ellis and Kayla Thomas each recorded three goals to lead the Wildcats. For the Colonials, Tiff Brzenk scored two goals.

The visiting Rams remained undefeated in league competition, improving to 11-0. The K-D attack was led by Morgan Day (nine goals, four assists), Lyndsey Duty (three goals, three assists), Maggie Biedorma (two goals) and Emmie Dressel (two goals). Goalie Emily Deaver made five stops for the Rams.



Correction: The coach of the Dallastown boys’ lacrosse team was listed incorrectly in Thursday’s York Dispatch sports section. His correct name is Phill Bates.


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