Dallastown’s Bailey Haines, left, battles York Suburban’s Anthony Bettencourt on Wednesday night. Haines had three goals in Dallastown’s

Dallastown’s Bailey Haines, left, battles York Suburban’s Anthony Bettencourt on Wednesday night. Haines had three goals in Dallastown’s 10-3 win (BILL KALINA —

When the Dallastown boys’ lacrosse team is firing on all cylinders, the Wildcats may be the most complete team in the York-Adams League.

With offensive talents such as Tanner Ierley and Bailey Haines, the Wildcats can score with the best of them.

But the calling card of many championship teams is at the other end of the field. Defensively, Dallastown has shown a knack for stopping high-powered teams when it matters most.

The evidence has been on display twice over the past week. Last Friday the Wildcats held defending league champion Central York to just eight goals, including none in the fourth quarter, of a 9-8 victory.

Wednesday night at York Suburban High School, the Wildcats showed it again. After an early goal by the Trojans, Dallastown shut the door. Suburban managed just two more goals after that. Combined with big games from Haines (three goals) and Ierley (four goals), the Wildcats (10-2 overall, 9-2 Division I) were able to walk away with a convincing 10-3 triumph.

“Today we just worked really well as a team,” Ierley said.. “Our defense connected and our offense connected and we played really well.”

After Collin Mailman put the Trojans ahead in the game’s first minute, the Wildcats clamped down. Dallastown maintained possession for long stretches of the first half, scoring five unanswered goals to take a 5-1 lead at the break.

“They got that goal and it just clicked in our heads that we had to step it up,” Ierley said. “That was definitely a wake-up call.”

Haines scored three of the goals during that run, with Ierley capping the first-half scoring with a tally with 99 seconds left on the clock. The senior then added three more in a row in the third quarter to stretch the Dallastown lead to 8-2.

“Me and Bailey work well together,” Ierley said. “The team works well together. All the guys are a great. We’ve been playing together for a really long time. I guess we’re just a big family … we all know each other.”

Wildcat coach Phil Bates liked a lot of things he saw from his team in the offensive zone. Dallastown outshot the hosts 19-9, but more importantly showed patience. The Wildcats possessed the ball for long stretches of time.

“Our offense is finally starting to click,” he said. “We were able to stay in our offensive set and get some things done. I would have liked to see some more goals, but I think they’re working well together.”

Suburban, perhaps one of the biggest surprises so far this season, was without two of its key contributors against the Wildcats. Both Foster Hoyt and Ryan Yost missed the game because of illness.

The Trojans dropped to 8-2 both overall and in Division II.


Red Lion 13, Kennard-Dale 7: At Red Lion, Sam Emig and Hayden Jennings combined for nine of the Lions’ goals, while Jac Gemmill supplied seven assists for the home team. Jesse Shonbrunner led K-D with four goals and two assists.

Central York 21, York Catholic 12: Down 2-0 after the first quarter, Central York exploded with nine goals each in the second and third quarters and went on to get the win. Thomas Kurland tallied a game-high eight goals for the visiting Panthers, while teammates Ian Desenberg (four goals, one assist), Katon Yantek (three goals, three assists) and Max Haldeman (three goals, two assists) each had multiple scores. Goalies Shane Walker and Pearson Hinkle each had four stops for Central. York Catholic was paced by Tanner Yanick (three goals), Jacob Norton (two goals, one assist) and Ted Tredeni (two goals).

Eastern York 19, New Oxford 3: Eastern senior Jon Witman collected a game-high six goals to go along with three assists in leading the host Knights to victory. Teammates Christian Buser (four goals, three assists), Conrad Rhein (three goals, eight assists) and Justin Keller (two goals, one assist) each had multiple scores, while goalie Joe Stickler made seven stops. Steven Clabaugh had two of New Oxford’s three scores.

Susquehannock 14, South Western 4: At Hanover, Aidan Kirkendall led the Warriors to the victory by scoring four goals and adding two assists. Also for the Warriors, Zach Gloeckner scored four goals, Collin Riley had one goal and five assists and Dorian Faster scored two goals. For the Mustangs, Ryan Delea scored two goals.



Kennard-Dale 19, Red Lion 3: At Fawn Grove, Morgan Day led the Rams by scoring five goals and recording three assists. Lyndsey Duty had three goals and three assists, while Maggie Biedermann, Hannah Bracey and Emily Livezey each scored one goal and added one assist. For the Lions, Sierra Donovan scored three goals. K-D improved to 10-1 overall and 10-0 in York-Adams Division II.

York Catholic 20, Central York 1: At Central, Ashley Ingram and Lindsey China each had four goals to power the Lady Irish. Sara Gabriele added three goals for the winners, while Jess Mazzur scored twice. York Catholic improved to 10-1 in York-Adams Division II.

Susquehannock 11, South Western 9: At Glen Rock, the Warriors trailed by one at the half (8-7), but held the visitors to just one goal for the second half (4-1) and went on to capture the victory. Ashley Valway led the Warriors by scoring four goals and adding three assists. Teammates Gena Speights and Morgan LeBlanc each scored two goals, while Katelyn Welch scored one goal and added one assist. For the Mustangs, Braxton Reddinger scored four goals.

York Suburban 10, Dallastown 10: The game ended in a tie at Dallastown. Alexandra Cologer, Karlee Wasilewski, Alexis Mailman and Zoe Zambito each had a pair of scores for Suburban. Dallastown’s Ali Shick, Jenny Manning and Kayla Thomas each had two goals. Trojans’ goalie Shelby Moyer recorded 11 saves, while Wildcats’ keeper Mary Eckert made 26 stops.

New Oxford 10, Eastern York 9: The host Colonials led 8-4 at intermission and tallied a pair of scores in the second half to get the one-score win. The New Oxford attack was paced by Tiff Brzenk (five goals), Aggie Phillips (two goals, two assists) and Olivia Woodward (two goals). Rylie Toomey (three goals, one assist) and Gabrielle Smeltzer (two goals, one assist) led the Knights.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at

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York Catholic downed York Suburban in a battle of York-Adams League Division II boys’ tennis unbeatens on Wednesday afternoon, 4-3.

Scott Bartkowiak and Nick Bartkowiak came up big for the Fighting Irish. Scott Bartkowiak won in three sets at No. 2 singles, while Nick Bartkowiak triumphed in straight sets at No. 4 singles. The two then combined to win the deciding No. 2 doubles match in straight sets.

Isaac Higgins also won at No. 3 singles for the Irish.

Elliot Diehl took the No. 1 singles match for Suburban, while Daniel Lee won at No. 5 singles. Diehl and T.J. Platts won the No. 1 doubles match.

York Catholic improved to 7-2 overall and 5-0 in the division. Suburban fell to 5-7 overall and 5-1 in the division.

York Catholic is now tied with Susquehannock (5-0) for the division lead. Those two teams will square off at Springettsbury Park at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.


New Oxford 5, Dover 2: At New Oxford, the home team got straight-sets singles wins from Mike Gruver, Joey Stiles, Josiah Forry, Mat Conrad and Joel Luckenbaugh.

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In a battle of softball division leaders, Delone Catholic downed Kennard-Dale 8-4 on Wednesday afternoon in McSherrystown.

Cassie Rickrode went the distance to get the win, allowing seven hits. She struck out five and walked two. Katie Laughman (two-run homer) and Shayna Rider (two hits, four runs scored) led Delone’s offense.

Julia D’Arrigo pitched a complete game for K-D. She also hit a three-run double.

Delone improved to 7-1 overall and 6-1 in York-Adams Division IV. K-D fell to 9-2 overall and 7-1 in Division III.


West York 14, York Tech 0: At West York, the Bulldogs cruised to the five-inning, mercy-rule victory. Jossalin Shipley pitched a one-hitter to get the win, striking out six. She also had three of West York’s 15 hits and finished with three RBIs. Kayla Michael also had three hits for the winners to go with two RBIs. Sarah Godfrey also had two hits and three RBIs for West York.

York Suburban 4, New Oxford 3: At New Oxford, Olivia Eytcheson pitched a complete-game eight-hitter to get the win, striking out seven and walking two. Brooke Day, Emma Turybury, Eytcheson and Jessica Clancy each had two hits for the winners. Alyssa Peck went the distance in the loss. Madison Smith, Sarah Smith and Taylor Bange each had two hits for New Oxford.

Central York 10, Spring Grove 0: At Central, Taylor Rohrbaugh led the Panthers by going 2-for-3 at the plate, including a double, to go with three RBIs. She also picked up the victory on the mound by going four scoreless innings, striking out six and walking only one. Also for Central, Allyson Dziwis went 2-for-3, while Kelsey Shifflett went 2-for-4. For the Rockets, Caraline Cornman went 2-for-3, including a double.

Eastern York 15, Hanover 3: At Hanover, the Golden Knights used an 11-run fourth inning to grab the win. Eastern was helped by eight Hanover errors. The game ended after five innings because of the 10-run mercy rule. Riley Duraski pitched a seven-hitter to get the win. She struck out three without a walk. Erin Kalke doubled for the winners.

Littlestown 15, York Catholic 0: At York Catholic, the Lady Bolts plated 13 first-inning runs and never looked back. Shelby Dews had three hits for the winners.

Dallastown 12, Dover 2: The host Wildcats (7-1 Division I) scored five runs in the third inning, a run each in the fourth and fifth innings and five more in the sixth to win it in six innings. Ashley Werner had a big day for Dallastown with five RBIs on a pair of hits. Teammates Haylee Anders, Lyndee Anders and Kayla Merriman also had two hits apiece. Wildcats’ starting pitcher Jaelynn Harbold picked up the win by holding Dover to two runs on four hits in six innings. Nat Cutright was 2-for-3 for Dover (4-3 league), with an RBI triple in the third inning.



West York’s Cash Gladfelter forces out Spring Grove’s Matt Brooks at second base, but can’t turn two on Wednesday. West York won the

West York’s Cash Gladfelter forces out Spring Grove’s Matt Brooks at second base, but can’t turn two on Wednesday. West York won the game, 3-0. (BILL KALINA —

SPRING GROVE — Logan Stover knew he had to get lighter if he wanted to handle a heavier load on the West York pitching staff.

So, Stover, who weighed 235 pounds last fall as a lineman on the Bulldogs’ football team, went on a diet.

He cut out fast food and began doing a lot of running and lifting (for football in the morning and baseball in the afternoon).

The regimen produced the desired result.

Stover shed 30 pounds, and he’s become a key performer on the mound this spring.

The right-hander’s third start of the season, on Wednesday afternoon, was a gem. He shut out Spring Grove on four hits. The Bulldogs won the clash of the York-Adams division leaders, 3-0.

Stover struck out five and walked three and overcame a shaky start to help the Bulldogs keep their perfect record intact. West York is now in 8-0 in Division II and 10-0 overall. Spring Grove slipped to 5-2 in Division I and 7-3 overall.

The Rockets appeared to have Stover in a first-inning jam when he hit the first batter and walked the second one.

“I was struggling a little bit to find the zone, and Cole (West York catcher Cole Bixler) came out and calmed me down,” Stover said.

Bixler’s words of encouragement were just what Stover needed. He retired the next three hitters to get out of the inning.

The Bulldogs’ pitcher isn’t overpowering (a mid- to high-70s fastball), but by mixing the fastball with a change-up and slider, he’s extremely effective.

“The slider really came on in the late innings today,” Stover said. “I just kept thinking, get me one run.”

West York provided Stover with three runs, all in the fifth inning.

Chase James opened the inning by reaching on an infield single and Nick Traettino drew a walk. Michael Santiago moved the runners over with a sacrifice bunt, and Logan Word, after falling behind in the count, one and two, drove in a James with a sacrifice fly to left field. Traettino ended up later scoring on an error and Brandon Wetzel delivered the third run with a clutch, two-out single.

Bulldogs’ head coach Roger Czerwinski praised Word for three quality at bats (single, sacrifice fly and a fly ball to fairly deep center field) and his defense at first base.

“There were three plays at first base, and he’s 6- 3 and was able to reach the throws,” Czerwinski said. “What a huge game for Logan Word. Logan (Word) and Logan (Stover) were lights out.”

Czerwinski said that Stover brings a football mentality to the mound.

“He’s going out there to battle on every pitch. The changeup worked early for him, and the slider really began working about the fifth inning.”

Spring Grove starting pitcher Nick Spangler pitched well enough to win most games. The senior right-hander, who will play college baseball at Shippensburg University, also allowed only four hits. He recorded six strikeouts and four walks.

West York, which lost to Spring Grove, 10-2, during the regular season last year, reversed the outcome this year.

“I looked forward to this game since last year when we got our butts kicked,” Word said. “Logan pitched a great game. To hold them to no runs is lights out. Spangler’s a really good pitcher for them. On the sacrifice fly, I got a hold of one (pitch) that he left up in the zone.”


Eastern York 12, Hanover 2: At Hanover, Michael Dunn pitched a complete-game five-hitter to get the win, striking out eight and walking two. He also had two hits, an RBI and a run scored at the plate. Shane Frey (two hits, three RBIs, run), Dalton Renn (two hits, run) and Bobby Hedrick (two hits, four RBIs) also excelled for Eastern at the plate. Brad Irvin had three hits for Hanover, including two doubles.

Littlestown 6, York Catholic 2: At York, Graham Schuman pitched a complete-game six-hitter to get the win. Littlestown had just four hits, but was helped by four York Catholic errors. None of Littlestown’s runs were earned. Jake Krevetski and Patrick Clement each had two York Catholic hits.

York Suburban 12, York Tech 8: At Spry, Suburban used a seven-run sixth inning to rally for the win. Thomas Merkle led the winners with four hits. The Trojans got two hits apiece from Lewis Myers, Jesse Mowrey and Brad Smith. Merkle and Smith each had two doubles. Suburban outhit Tech, 13-4.

Dallastown 11, Dover 2: At Dallastown, Tyler Butcher pitched a complete-game six-hitter to get the win, striking out 11 and walking one. Tye Golden had four hits, including a double and a triple, to go with three RBIs and two runs scored. Jon Snyder (two hits, RBI, two runs) and Tanner Forry (two hits, two runs, RBI, double) also excelled for the Wildcats. Matt Barshinger and Bryce Smith had two hits each for Dover. The Eagles’ starting pitcher, Grant Hoover, struck out 10 in 5 2/3 innings.

Red Lion 4, Kennard-Dale 1: At Red Lion, Stone Hill led the Lions by pitching a complete game, allowing just two hits, striking out 11, and walking two. Wyatt Tyson went 2-for-3 for the Lions, including a double, while Adam Whitman went 2-for-3. For the Rams, Ben Stewart threw a complete game, striking out three and walking four in the loss.

Central York 6, New Oxford 6: At Central, the two teams battled through 11 innings before darkness caused the game to be suspended. It will be completed at a later date. Central trailed 6-0 after 3 1/2 innings before rallying to send the game into extra frames. Dan Sepic had three hits for Central, while Dylan Shue had two RBIs.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at

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Kennard-Dale High School’s Chance Marsteller.

Kennard-Dale High School’s Chance Marsteller. (York Dispatch file)

Chance Marsteller now has another piece of hardware to add to his bulging trophy case.

The Kennard-Dale High School standout has been named the USA Today High School Sports National Wrestler of the Year.

That organization announced its inaugural American Family Insurance All-USA High School Wrestling Team recently. The team was compiled by Jason Bryant of

Marsteller recently finished a legendary high school career at K-D with four PIAA Class AAA state championships, compiling an overall record of 166-0. He is just the fourth Pennsylvania wrestler to finish his high school career with an unblemished record and four state titles.

Marsteller won his most recent state championship despite battling a back injury.

The K-D star will continue his wrestling career at Oklahoma State next season. He had originally verbally committed to Penn State before changing his mind and ultimately signing with the Cowboys.

Two other District 3 wrestlers were honored by USA Today. Central Dauphin’s Garrett Peppelman was named to the second team and Solanco’s Thomas Haines was picked for the third team. Each won multiple state titles.

Marsteller dominated Peppelman in the state finals during his junior season.


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Former Clemson quarterback Chad Kelly apologized for his behavior with the Tigers and believes he can learn from the experience.

Kelly, who formerly played quarterback at Red Lion High School, issued a statement Wednesday through his uncle, Dan Kelly, the vice president of Jim Kelly Inc. Chad Kelly is the nephew of former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly.

The younger Kelly was dismissed from the team Monday by Clemson coach Dabo Swinney for a pattern of conduct detrimental to the team.

“I let down not only my coaches, and teammates, but also Clemson University and all of our fans,” Kelly said. “Most importantly, I’ve let down myself and my family.”

Kelly, who would’ve been a third-year sophomore this fall, was in a three-way race in spring workouts with rising senior Cole Stoudt and true freshman Deshaun Watson to take over for three-year starter Tajh Boyd.

But Kelly threw a pair of interceptions and was not crisp at the Orange-and-White game Saturday that concludes spring drills. At one point, Kelly’s frustrations boiled over and he argued with coaches on the sideline. He was benched for the second half.

There was also an incident last week when Kelly was riding in a car that accidently backed into the vehicle of former Miss South Carolina Ali Rogers, who has worked with the Tigers football team in the past.

Rogers said Kelly tried to get her to not file a police report and became agitated and disrespectful toward her.

The last straw came Monday at Kelly’s meeting with Swinney where he reacted harshly to news that the more experienced Stoudt would head into fall practice as the starter.

“He has had a pattern of behavior that is not consistent with the values of our program,” Swinney said in dismissing Kelly.

When reached Wednesday, Swinney said he was proud of Kelly for apologizing and taking ownership of his actions.

“Hopefully, this will help him grow so he becomes the special person and player I know he can be,” Swinney said.

Kelly, 20, acknowledged Tuesday that he didn’t handle himself the way he should, saying he was “competitive to a fault, winning at all costs.”

He said he should’ve kept cool and calmly dealt with setbacks.

“I let my emotions get the best of me, culminating in this unfortunate situation with coach Swinney and the Clemson Tigers,” Kelly said. “What’s most important now is that I use this experience to grow as a student, as an athlete and most importantly, as a man.”

Kelly was expected to finish out the semester at Clemson before deciding where to continue playing football.

The 6-foot-3, 209-pound Kelly signed with the Tigers in February 2012, choosing Clemson over offers from Alabama, Florida State, Michigan State and Purdue. Kelly tore the ACL in his left knee at the 2013 spring game, yet returned in time for the season to play in five games.

He was 10-of-17 passing for 58 yards. He rushed 16 times for 117 yards and a touchdown.

“It’s not going to be easy, but no matter what happens, I’ll be a better person both on and off the field,” Kelly said.

Swinney was grateful for Kelly’s words and wished him well.

“I will be his biggest fan,” the coach said.

Kelly also ran into trouble during his time at Red Lion. He played for the Lions as a freshman and a sophomore, starting games in both seasons. However, he was suspended from the Red Lion team in both of those seasons for undisclosed reasons before his family moved to the Buffalo area, where he became a high school All-American at St. Joseph Collegiate Institute and eventually landed a scholarship at Clemson.

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Dallastown picked up a pair of narrow victories over visiting Central York in track and field action on Wednesday.

The Wildcat boys won, 78-72, while the Wildcat girls triumphed, 76-74.

The Dallastown boys remained unbeaten in York-Adams Division I at 4-0, while the Dallastown girls improved to 3-1. Both Central teams are now 2-2.

Patrick Reilly (1,600, 3,200), Owen Ritter (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles) and Kristoffer Phennicie (100 dash, 200 dash) each won two individual events for the Dallastown boys. Erik Ramirez (shot put, discus) and Donnie Crabill (pole vault, javelin) each took two individual events for Central.

In the girls’ meet, Taylor Forrester (100 hurdles, triple jump), Taylor Snyder (discus, long jump) and Lillian Cook (javelin, shot put) each won two individual events for the Wildcats. The Panthers got two individual wins from Emily Loeffelholz (3,200, 1,600)

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RED LION — The Red Lion boys’ volleyball team dropped a non-league match to Cumberland Valley on Wednesday night.

The visiting Eagles earned a 25-18, 25-21, 25-21 victory.

Dan Longnecker filled the statistics sheet for the Lions with nine kills, seven assists, four digs, one block and one ace.

Jared Warner pounded 10 kills for Red Lion, and Hunter Klein recorded 18 assists.

Cumberland Valley also won the JV match, 25-17, 27-25.



York Suburban’s Ryan Bury spikes the ball against West York on Tuesday night. Bury finished with six kills.

York Suburban’s Ryan Bury spikes the ball against West York on Tuesday night. Bury finished with six kills. (BIL BOWDEN — For The York Dispatch)

While it’s pretty clear that Northeastern and Central York are the top two boys’ volleyball teams in the York-Adams League this season, a pair of clubs looking to close the gap on those two squared off at York Suburban High School on Tuesday night.

Both the home-standing Trojans and the visiting Bulldogs of West York entered the contest with 4-1 league records heading into their Tuesday battle. While Suburban entered the season as probably the favorite to be the No. 3 team in the league, the Bulldogs were not really in the discussion.

And for good reason. West York coach Kevin Wolf wasn’t even sure he would field a team as late as a week before the preseason started. With only nine players, many of whom had never played the sport, Wolf had his work cut out for him.

While the Bulldogs showed many traits of a solid volleyball team, the Trojans were just a bit better. Behind a game-high 12 kills from Jacob Kauffman, Suburban swept the visitors, 25-22, 25-21, 25-18.

“They’re a good team,” Kauffman said. “I was very impressed by how far some of those (West York) guys have come.”

The Bulldogs had their chances in the first two games. They evened the score at 22-22 late in Game 1, but kills from Ryan Bury (six kills) and Kauffman, followed by a rotation error, allowed the Trojans to prevail.

That rotation error was one of several called against the visitors in Game 1. Part of that could have been the result of the team missing libero Mitch Grimm, who missed school because of an illness.

“Obviously when you pull a player like that out, beyond the skill, you have guys playing in positions that they really haven’t played before,” Wolf said. “In the first game we had four or five out-of-rotation calls. That’s four or five points, and when you lose by two or three points, that’s a game right there.”

The Bulldogs weren’t the only team to give away free points. Suburban (6-1 overall, 5-1 league) missed a number of services and allowed a handful of free-ball opportunities in both Game 1 and Game 2. West York took advantage, grabbing a 10-7 lead in Game 2 before the Trojans rallied with a quick 7-2 run to regain control.

“We talked about our unforced errors,” Suburban coach Jamie Evans said. “We just couldn’t give away free points. Serving … absolutely. We gave away eight or nine points in the first two games and you just can’t do that.”

The home team dominated in Game 3, using a 10-1 run to go up 18-8. That allowed Evans to play some of his younger guys, much to the delight of the Suburban fans and seniors.

“That was kind of cool. I didn’t realize until right before Ryan (Bury) subbed back in that we had five sophomores out on the floor there along with Jake,” Evans said. “We have six seniors, so we know we’re going to need those guys next year.”

Austin Groff led West York with eight kills and eight digs, while Taylor Boyer dished out 10 assists.

Lars Dalemar racked up 11 assists for the Trojans, while Kauffman and Ian Firestone each tallied five digs.

Suburban is now alone in third place in the league.


Susquehannock 3, Eastern York 0: At Glen Rock, Nathan Rohrbaugh led the Warriors to a 25-16, 25-12, 25-8 victory with 12 kills, eight aces, five digs and three blocks. Also excelling for the Warriors were A.J. Schaeffer (seven kills, six digs), Stephen Rouse (25 assists, five digs) and Brian Sheddy (nine digs, five kills, three aces). For the Golden Knights, Sean Mego had eight assists and four digs, while Brady Dailey had three blocks, three kills and four digs and Jarad Woods had four kills. Eastern won the JV match, 25-12, 25-17.

Northeastern 3, Dallastown 0: At Dallastown, the Bobcats won 25-10, 25-15, 25-15. Reese Devilbiss led the visitors with 15 kills and three blocks. Also for Northeastern, Philip White had seven kills, three blocks and four digs, Matt Schaeffer had 31 assists, three digs and three aces and Chris Lee had six digs. Northeastern improved to 8-0 overall and 6-0 in the York-Adams League. For the Wildcats, Chadd Jones had seven kills, Nate Swartz had nine assists and Aaron Ward had three kills. Northeastern won the JV match, 25-21, 26-24.

Central York 3, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, Royce Clemens led the Panthers to a 25-14, 25-7, 25-11 victory with 12 digs and eight kills. Dylan Hose (33 assists, 13 digs), Jeremiah Dadeboe (seven kills, six digs) and Landon Shorts (six kills, three aces) also excelled for Central. Central improved to 7-0 overall and 6-0 in the York-Adams League. For the Rockets, Austin Muff had 12 assists, Dalton Forbes had five kills and Garrett Leib contributed three digs. Central won the JV match, 25-10, 13-25, 15-13.

Dover 3, New Oxford 0: At Dover, the Eagles won 25-8, 25-22, 25-8. Brendan Warren led the Eagles with 19 kills, 12 digs and four aces. Also for Dover, Koi Xapakdy had 14 digs, Koleman Hoffman had 11 digs and six kills and J.T. Crossan had 30 assists and five digs. For the Colonials, Ryan McMaster had six kills and six digs, while Trey Noble had 12 assists and three digs. New Oxford won the JV match, 25-22, 25-11.

Red Lion 3, Kennard-Dale 1: At Fawn Grove, Dan Longnecker led the Lions to a 25-9, 25-16, 22-25, 25-19 victory with five kills and eight assists. Hunter Klein (16 assists, 14 digs, three aces) and Bennett Frey (10 digs, six kills) also excelled for Red Lion. For the Rams, Matt Moore had five kills, four digs and three blocks, while Josiah McConville had eight assists, 14 digs and four kills.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at

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The York Suburban boys’ tennis team rolled over Biglerville on Tuesday, 7-0.

The match was moved indoors to Wisehaven because of Tuesday’s rain.

Elliot Diehl and Michael Peck won at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, respectively, and combined to win the No. 2 doubles match. Matthew Manzella also won in singles for Suburban, which won by default at No. 4 and No. 5 singles and No. 2 doubles.

Suburban improved to 5-0 in York-Adams Division II action.


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