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In a matchup of defending state champions, Loyalsock pitcher Kyle Datres nearly pulled off a no-hitter at West York on Thursday afternoon to hand the Bulldogs their first loss of the season, 5-1.

Datres held West York (10-1), the defending PIAA Class AAA champion, hitless until the seventh inning, when Carson Fries got the Bulldogs’ only hit of the game on an RBI single to score Brett Kinneman.

Datres struck out eight and walked two to get the win for Loyalsock, which is the defending PIAA Class AA champion.

Loyalsock scored a run each in the first, second and sixth innings and added a pair of runs in the seventh, outhitting West York, 8-to-1. Starting pitcher Nick Traettino took the loss for the Bulldogs.

OTHER BASEBALL

Central York 12, Kennard-Dale 2: Central remained alone in first place in York-Adams Division I by pounding visiting K-D. The game was stopped in the sixth inning because of the 10-run mercy rule after Central (6-3 overall, 5-1 Division I) scored five runs in the frame. Conner St. Pierre led the Panthers’ 15-hit attack with four hits and five RBIs. Zane Knaub added three hits, two stolen bases and an RBI for the winners, while Ryan Crum had two RBIs and Dan Sepic added two hits. Tyler Wagner got the complete-game win on the mound for Central, allowing a run on three hits while striking out six without a walk.

Susquehannock 2, Spring Grove 1: At Spring Grove, Cody Dennis’ RBI single in the top of the sixth scored Luke Knott from third to plate the go-ahead run. Sammy Miller picked up the win, pitching six innings, striking out four and walking three. Josh Houser closed out the game in the bottom of the seventh by striking out the side. For the Rockets, Anthony Reed started the game pitched five innings, striking out four and walking two, while teammate Matt Brooks came on in the sixth and struck out two. Susquehannock improved to 9-1 overall, while Spring Grove fell to 7-4.

Bermudian Springs 6, Dover 4: At Dover, the Eagles plated five runs in the first two innings to take the early lead and held on for the victory. Clayton Hoff led the Eagles by pitching a complete game, striking out seven, walking none and allowing zero earned runs. At the plate, Alex Tweardy went 2-for-4 with an RBI for Bermudian, while Derek Starner went 1-for-2 with three runs scored. For the Eagles, Zach Altland went 3-for-3 with a two-run double. Teammate Alec Corbin went 2-for-3 with an RBI double and one run scored.

Delone Catholic 3, York Suburban 2: At McSherrystown, Dalton Haymaker pitched a four-hit complete game to get the win. Suburban got all four of its hits in the second inning when it scored both of its runs. He allowed only three runners the rest of the game. Mike Rider was 2-for-3 for Delone, including the game-winning RBI in the fifth to break a 2-2 tie. Jackson Marshall doubled for Suburban. Lewis Myers and Caleb Baughman combined on a four-hitter for the Trojans.

Northeastern 4, Eastern 0: At Manchester, Adam Kipp threw a complete-game shutout for the Bobcats. Kipp struck out nine, walked two, only had three baserunners and allowed just one single in recording the win. Nick Sprenkle went 2-for-2 with two runs scored for the Bobcats, while Jordan Ely had two RBIs. For the Golden Knights, Terry Godfrey had the lone single. Northeastern improved to 6-4 overall, while Eastern fell to 6-5.

By DICK VANO’LINDA

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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 — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
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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.”

OTHER BASEBALL

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 dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

By DICK VANO’LINDA

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A matchup of division leaders highlights Wednesday’s York-Adams Baseball League schedule.

Unbeaten West York, the Division II leader, will travel to Spring Grove to take on the Rockets, who lead Division I.

West York, which has captured the last two Class AAA state titles, is 7-0 in division games this year and a perfect 9-0 overall.

Spring Grove is 5-1 in league games and 7-2 overall. The Rockets hold a slim lead over Central York (4-1) in the division.

Spring Grove won last year’s regular-season meeting with West York, but the Bulldogs defeated the Rockets in the York-Adams Tournament title game.

With the regular season at about the halfway point, the only really tight race is in Division I.

West York has a two-game edge (in the loss column) in Division II, and Susquehannock holds the same margin in Division III. Delone Catholic is three games clear of its nearest pursuer in Division IV.

Meanwhile, York-Adams softball features three extremely competitive races.

Dallastown is 6-1, followed by Central York at 5-1 and Red Lion at 4-2 in Division I. Susquehannock is 4-1 and Dover is 4-2 in Division II, and Kennard-Dale is 7-0 and West York is 6-1 in Division III. Delone Catholic leads Division IV with a 5-1 mark. No other team in the division has a winning record.

In both baseball and softball, the four division winners qualify for the York-Adams Tournament.

Red Lion’s Gonzalez shines: Red Lion’s Angelica Gonzalez made her 2014 debut in the 100-meter dash at last Saturday’s Pan-Ram Invitational in Harrisburg.

Gonzalez put together a sensational freshman season two years ago by winning District 3 silver medals in the 100 and 200 and a state silver in 200 and a state bronze in 100.

A hamstring injury forced her to miss last year’s York-Adams, District 3 and PIAA State meets.

Gonzalez has been competing in other events this spring, but Saturday marked the first time she burst out of the blocks in the 100.

The Lady Lions’ star and Jameela Muhammad of Paul Robeson High School matched each other stride for stride, with Muhummad being declared the winner by an extremely narrow margin. Their times were identical, 12.29 seconds.

Gonzalez turned the tables in the 200 by winning in a time of :25.59, with Muhammad taking second place.

The Red Lion junior completed an extremely successful day by winning the long jump with a leap of 16 feet, 5 1/4 inches.

Penn Relays: Red Lion is one of five York-Adams schools that will send male and female athletes to the 120th running of the prestigious Penn Relays. The event is scheduled for April 24-26 in Philadelphia.

The Lady Lions’ Amanda Myers is entered in the High School Girls’ Javelin Championship.

Red Lion also will have relay teams in the Boys’ 400, Girls’ 400 and Girls’ 1,600.

The others local teams that will compete on the Franklin Field track are: Central York (Girls’ 400, Girls’ 1,600 and Boys’ 400); York High (Girls’ 400, Boys’ 400, Boys’ 1,600); York Suburban (Girls’ 400, Girls’ 1,600, Boys’ 1,600) and South Western (Girls’ 400, Girls’ 1,600, Boys’ 1,600). South Western’s Holly Arey will vie in the High School Discus event.

Red Lion, Central and York High are in the Large School Class, and York Suburban and South Western are in the Small School Class.

Shippensburg Invitational: In addition, 12 York-Adams boys’ and girls’ teams will be represented in the 88th annual Jack Roddick Shippensburg High School Track and Field Invitational this Saturday.

Making the trip will be athletes from Biglerville, Dallastown, Fairfield, Kennard-Dale, Littlestown, New Oxford, Northeastern, Red Lion, South Western, West York , York High and York Suburban.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

The York Dispatch

BASEBALL

York Catholic 000 21 — 3 5 4

Eastern 470 3x — 14 9 1

YC: Elliott, Bohn (3), McKim (4) and Skehan; EY: Shimmel, Taylor (4), Miller (4) and Miller, Taylor (4); WP: Shimmel; LP: Elliott; 2B: YC, Bohn; 3B: YC, Bohn.

Biglerville 302 010 1 7 11 4
York Suburban 052 203 x 12 14 1

B: Borth, Griest, Ayers and Asper; YS: Stein, Falco and Mowrey; WP: NA; LP: NA; 2B: B, Griest. YS, Myers, Mowrey; HR: YS, Church.

York Tech 100 00x x 1 3 1
Littlestown 620 03x x 11 9 0

WP: L, Livesay; LP: YT, Wells; 2B: YT, Smith. L, Strevig, Dipietro, Schuman.

South Western 000 100 0 1 0 1
West York 011 011 x 4 8 1

SW: Kelch, Raubenstine (4), McMaster (6) and Monahan; WY: Smith and Bixler; WP: Smith;LP: Kelch; 2B: WY, Fries and Bixler.

Dallastown 202 (10)0x x 14 16 1
Kennard-Dale 001 00x x 1 2 0

Dt: Striebig and Naill; KD: Bowings, Bakalyar (4) and Jacobs; WP: Striebig. LP: Bowlings; 2B:Ty.Golden, To.Golden, Sutton, Ludwig, White. HR: Tanner 2.

Central York 101 011 2 6 9 2
Dover 000 001 0 1 4 2

CY: Sepic and Lynch; D: Sennett and catcher; WP: Sepic; LP: Sennett; 2B: CY, Knaub, Sepic.

Hanover 303 302 2 13 12 9
Bermudian 400 509 0 18 15 4

H: Peterman, Bowman (5), Hamm (6) and catcher; BS: Tipler, Spahr (2), Sponseller (5), Rebert (7) and catcher; WP: Sponseller; LP: Peterman; 2B: H, Hamm. BS, Hoff, Weigle; 3B: H, Trish;HR: H, Trish.

Red Lion 000 203 0 5 7 0
Northeastern 001 120 0 4 6 1

RL: Tyson, Walker (6) and Smith; NE: Reeser, Bare (6) and Blymire; WP: Tyson; LP: Bare;2B: RL, B. Taylor; HR: RL, A. Taylor. NE, Reeser, Sprenkle.

Fairfield 100 0 — 1 3 6

Susquehannock 560 5 — 16 14 1

F: Romanic, Sachs (2) and House (4); S: Palmer; WP: Palmer; LP: Romanic; 2B: F, Kletz, S, Miller, Houser.

Delone Catholic 201 000 3 6 8 4
Bishop McDevitt 202 004 x 8 8 2

DC: Keith, Ames (6) and Roth; BM: Spangler, Mione and Myers; WP: Spangler; LP: Keith; 2B:DC, Haymaker (2), Craig (2), Ames. BM, Mione; 3B: BM, Lescanec.

Other Score

Spring Grove 2, New Oxford 2, game suspended after nine innings.

SOFTBALL

York Tech 000 0 — 0 2 6

Littlestown 351 6 — 15 10 0

YT: McWilliams and Gohn; L: Somers and Chilcoat; WP: Somers; LP: McWilliams; 2B: L, Lanahan; 3B: L, S. Dews; HR: L, K. Dews, White.

Central 120 200 1 6 7 0
Dover 000 000 0 0 4 3

CY: Resh and Dziwis; DO: Gohn and Blauser; WP: Resh; LP: Gohn; 2B: CY, Rohrbaugh; 3B:CY, Albers.

South Western 103 020 1 7 9 1
York Suburban 000 000 0 0 4 3

SW: Toomey and Savino; YS: Eytcheson, Turbury (6) and Turybury, Taylor (6); WP: Toomey;LP: Eytcheson; 2B: SW, Hertzog; HR: SW, Hertzog.

Fairfield 000 002 0 2 6 4
Kennard-Dale 050 401 x 10 9 1

F: Kinjerski and Barron. KD: D’Arrigo and Driggers; WP: D’Arrigo. LP: Kinjerski. 2B: F, Kinjerski. KD, Driggers; 3B: KD, Beach.

Hanover 000 0 2 4
Bermudian 42(10) 16 12 0

H: Curika, Martin (30 and Albright. BS: Huntington and Williams; WP: Huntington; LP:Curika; 2B: BS, Balzanna, Huntington; HR: BS, Balzanna.

Red Lion 200 101 0 4 7 1
Northeastern 000 100 0 1 6 2

RL: Shultz and Montgomery; NE: Sweitzer and Reed; WP: Shutlz; LP: Sweitzer; 3B: RL, Gould.

Spring Grove 140 002 1 8 12 4
New Oxford 000 203 1 6 7 3

SG: Jacoby and Hoover; NO: Peck and Belcher; WP: Jacoby; LP: Peck; 2B: SG, Wivell; 3B:SG, Cornman, Lindburg. NO, Belcher.

York Catholic 000 000 — 0 3 4

Eastern 104 212 — 10 11 0

YC: Fix and Nigro; EY: Arnold, Duraski (5) and Kalke; WP: Arnold; LP: Fix; 2B: EY, Sollenberger; HR: EY, Reichard, Miller (2).

Delone Catholic 201 000 104 8 12 2
Waynesboro 100 210 000 4 11 5

DC: Rickrode and King; W: Beamer, Harshman (4) and Stull; WP: Rickrode; LP: Harshman;2B: DC, Rickrode, Laughman. W, Wile; 3B: DC, Holcomb.

Biglerville 000 000 4 4 4 3
West York 004 300 x 7 5 3

B: Weikert and Sowers; WY: Godfrey and Weaver; WP: Godfrey; LP: Weikert; 3B: WY, Michael; HR: B, Bender. WY, Flohr.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

York Catholic 1 2 3 1 — 7

Dallastown 3 9 1 5 — 18

Goals: YC, Norton 2, Rosenweig, Yanick, Doyle, Flaim, Beenan. DT, Ierley 4, Gurreri 3, Duvall 3, Lohss 2, Haines, Roda, Gold, Prindle, Prats, Marquet; Assists: DT, Haines, Gurreri 2, Gold 2, Hayden; Saves: YC, Heldric (21). DT, Marks (4).

JV score: York Catholic 13-3.

South Western 2 2 2 2 — 8

Kennard-Dale 2 2 3 4 — 11

Goals: SW, DeVincent 3, Sanders 3, Delea. KD, Schonbrunner 4, Seitz 2, Wallace 2, Greaver, Brewer, Huntzinger; Assists: SW, DeVincent, Sanders. KD, Seitz, Greaver; Saves: SW, Holcombe (12). KD, White (13).

JV score: South Western 5-1.

Eastern 1 2 2 3 — 8

Red Lion 2 3 2 2 — 9

Goals: EY, Rhein 2, Keller 4, Lehman, J. Witman. RL, Gemmill 2, Dunlap, Jennings 2, Emig 3, Reif; Assists: EY, Rhein 2, J. Witman. RL, Jennings, Eveler, Emig, Reif 3; Saves: EY, Strickler (20). RL, Francisco (10).

Spring Grove 0 3 1 1 — 5

Susquehannock 3 7 4 2 — 16

Goals: SG, Kephart 3, Pooton, Marshall. S, Gloeckner 6, Kirkendall 4, Allred 2, O’Brien, Riley, Faster, Orner; Assists: SG, Pooton 2, Griffith. S, Kiekendall 3, Faster 2, Gloeckner, Riley, Attig, Rebich; Saves: SG, Grant 7. S, Silk 8, Chamberlin 1.

West York 3 3 6 2 — 14

Central York 0 6 4 2 — 12

Goals: WY, Betz 5, Roehm 3, Raffensberger 2, Clauser, J.Smith, Wise, Brannon. CY, Haldeman 4, George 4, Desenberg 2, Kurland 2; Assists: WY, Roehm 3, Clauser 2, Wilker 2, Haldeman 2, Villier 2, T.Smith, J.Smith. Saves: WY, Lombardo 17. CY, Walker 15.

Other Score

York Suburban 8, New Oxford 7, 2-OT

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Kennard-Dale 10 7 17
South Western 5 8 13

Goals: KD, Biederman 2, Day 5, Duty 7, Dressel 3. SW, Brown, Reddinger, Schmidt, Kavanaugh 5, May, Moser; Assists: KD, Bracey 2, Cryser. Day 4, Dressel. SW, Reddinger 2, Schmidt; Saves:KD, Team (10). SW, Silver (16).

JV score: Kennard-Dale 6-1.

Dallastown 3 2 5
York Catholic 13 6 19

Goals: DT, Dubois, Layton, Smith, Ellis, Thomas. YC, China 3, Moore 3, Fiorenza 3, Gabriele 3, Linthicum 2, Bilyeu, Ingram, Held, Palandro, Bittner; Assists: DT, Childs, Shick. Ellis. YC, Moore 4, Bittner 4, Bilyeu 3, Gabriele, Linthicum; Saves: DT, Eckert (14). YC, Shellenberger (4).

JV score: York Catholic 10-2.

Eastern York 10 4 14
Red Lion 4 3 7

Goals: EY, Toomey 4, Geiselman 3, Dietzel 2, Deppen 2, Nilolaus, Smeltzer, Goodling. RL, Donovan 4, Godfrey, Sheridan, Harrison; Assists: EY, Nilolaus, Smeltzer, Pfeiffer. RL, Sheridan;Saves: EY, Gatti 8;

JV score: Eastern York, 8-3.

New Oxford 2 5 7
York Suburban 9 9 18

Goals: NO, James 2, Bateman 2, Brzenk 2, Pevarnik. YS, Mailman 7, Cologer 3, Zambito 3, Eckenrode 2, Adams 2, Wasilewski; Assists: YS, Mailman; Saves: NO, Mobley 8, YS, Moyer 10.

JV score: York Suburban 10-9.

Susquehannock 11 8 19
Spring Grove 2 0 2

Goals: S, Ellis 2, K.Leblanc 2, Marshner 2, M.Leblanc 3, Speights 4, Welch 4, Seivetti, Martinez;SG, Miller 2. Assists: S, Welch 3, Marshner 2, Seivetti 2, Furhman, Ellis; Saves: S, Omer 4. SG, Craver 13; JV: Susquehannock, 13-2.

Other Score

West York 13, Central 4

BOYS’ TENNIS

Spring Grove 7, Northeastern 0

Singles: Wierman (SG) def. Fries, 6-0, 6-0. Seitz-Brown (SG) def. Wunsch, 6-1, 6-0. Bowman (SG) def. Hollingsworth, 6-0, 6-0. Sheehan (SG) def. Riddle, 6-2, 6-2. Harlacher (SG) def. Lee, 6-0, 6-0.; Doubles: Wierman/Bowman (SG) def. Fries/Wunsch, 8-0. Seitz-Brown/Harlacher (SG) def. Hollingsworth/Gouker, 8-0.

South Western 7, West York 0

Singles: Meyer (SW) def. Hein, 6-0, 6-0. Sentz (SW) def. Burke, 6-2, 6-0. Kenny (SW) def. Potts, 6-0, 6-0. Fabrick (SW) def. Fairlamb, 6-0, 6-0. Harrison (SW) def. Henderson, 6-1, 6-0.;Doubles: Slater/O’Reilly (SW) def. Hein/Burke, 8-1. Wells/Hess (SW) def. Potts/Fairlamb, 8-3.

Susquehannock 6, Littlestown 1

Singles: Scott (S) def. Staub, 6-1, 6-3. Perez (L) def. Glispy, 6-3, 1-6, 6-4. Iannuzzi (S) def. Thomas, 6-1, 6-2. Hayes (S) def. Reed, 6-0, 6-0. Gervasio (S) def. Owings, 6-0, 6-0.; Doubles:Scott/Glispy (S) def. Staub/Perez, 8-6. Hayes/Iannuzzi (S) def. Thomas/Reed, 8-0.

Hanover 4, Harrisburg Academy 1

Singles: Magana (H) def. Wang, 7-5, 6-2. Wertz (H) def. Dean, 6-1, 6-1. Duarte (HbgAc) def. Yost, 6-1, 6-2.; Doubles: Young-Yost (H) def. May-Lu, 6-0 ,6-2. Miller-Johnson (H) def. De Zhang-Do Zhang, 6-1, 6-1.

Bermudian Springs 6, Dover 1

Singles: Phutaemnin (BS) def. Miller, 7-6 (7-1), 3-6, 6-2. Strickler (D) def. Wilkins, 6-1, 6-0. Kinsey (BS) def. Wise, 6-0, 6-1. Hoak (BS) def. Groft, 6-2, 6-0. Myers (BS) def. Shaffer, 6-4, 7-5;Doubles: Wilkins/Myers (BS) def. Miller/Groft, 8-6. Hoak/Eschrich (BS) def. Strickler/Wise, 4-6, 6-4, 10-6.

New Oxford 6, York Suburban 1

Singles: Diehl (YS) def. Gruver, 6-4, 6-3. Stiles (NO) def. Peck, 6-4, 6-3. Forry (NO) def. Manzella, 6-1, 6-0. Conrad (NO) def. Lando, 6-2, 6-1. Luckenbaugh (NO) def. Lee, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles: Stiles/Luckenbaugh (NO) def. Diehl/Peck, 8-3. Conrad/Melton (NO) def. Lee/Platts, 8-6.

York Catholic 6, Biglerville 1

Singles: Newberry (Big) def. Andrews, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5, S Bartkowiak (YC) def. Hockensmith, 6-4, 6-3, Higgins (YC) def. Dotson-Jones, 6-3, 6-2, York Catholic won by forfeit, York Catholic won by forfeit; Doubles: Andrews-S Bartkowiak (YC) def. Newberry-Hockensmith, 6-2, Higgins-N Bartkowiak (YC) def. C Dotson-Jones-J Dotson-Jones, 6-3.

York Dispatch Staff Report

Brandyn Smith pitched a no-hitter to lead West York to a 4-1 baseball victory over visiting South Western on Monday afternoon.

Smith struck out four and walked two.

The host Bulldogs improved to 7-0 in York-Adams Division II competition, 9-0 overall.

Carson Fries and Cole Bixler each had doubles for West York, while Andrew Copeland (2-for-2, RBI) and Logan Stover (2-for-3) collected multiple hits.

West York had eight hits on the day.

OTHER BASEBALL

Central York 6, Dover 1: At Dover, Dan Sepic excelled on the mound and at the plate lead Central. The Panthers improved to 5-3 overall and 4-1 in York-Adams Division I. Sepic pitched a complete-game four-hitter, striking out seven and walking two. He threw 92 pitches, 62 for strikes. He also had two hits, including a double, to go with two RBIs at the plate. Zane Knaub had three hits, including a double, to go with two runs scored and an RBI for Central. Adam Reed walked three times and drove in a run. Nate Sennett pitched a complete game for Dover.

Dallastown 14, Kennard-Dale 1: The visiting Wildcats exploded for 10 runs in the fourth inning to get the win in five innings. Tanner Forry led all batters with a pair of homers, three RBIs and two runs scored. Teammate Kevin Ludwig (3-for-4, two RBIs, double) also had multiple hits. Starting pitcher James Striebig picked up the win by holding the Rams to a run on two hits with seven strikeouts and five walks in five innings. Colin Crowell drove in K-D’s lone run.

Red Lion 5, Northeastern 4: At Manchester, the Lions rallied to score three runs in the top of the sixth on two walks and four singles to take the lead and go on to capture the victory. Austin Taylor led the Lions by going 2-for-3, including a two-run homer and three RBIs. Teammate Brady Taylor went 2-for-4, including a double, with two runs scored. For the Bobcats, Devin Blymire went 2-for-4, while Kody Reeser hit a two-run homer and Nick Sprenkle hit a solo homer.

Susquehannock 16, Fairfield 1: At Glen Rock, the Warriors exploded for six runs in one inning and five runs in two other innings to rout the Green Knights. The umpires halted the game in the bottom of the fourth inning due to the 15-run rule. Connor Hood went 3-for-3 and scored two runs for Susquehnnock, and Alex Palmer collected two hits in three at bats. Palmer also earned the victory by checking the visitors on three hits. He struck out two and walked one. Susquehannock improved to 8-1 overall and 8-0 in York-Adams Division III.

Eastern York 14, York Catholic 3: At Wrightsville, Thomas Taylor and Clayton Miller led the Golden Knights, with each going 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Teammate Colby Shimmel started the game on the mound to record the victory, striking out seven and walking none in three innings. For the Irish, Clint Bohn went 3-for-3, including a triple and a double.

York Suburban 12, Biglerville 7: At Suburban, the Trojans were keyed by a five-run second inning. Brad Church (two hits, homer, two runs, two RBIs), Levi Myers (two hits, double, two runs), Austin Falco (two hits, two runs, RBI), Brad Smith (two hits, two runs, RBI) and Javier Vasquez (two runs, two RBIs) led the Trojans.

Littlestown 11, York Tech 1: At Littlestown, Todd Cook (2-for-4, three RBIs, two runs scored) and Graham Schuman (2-for-2, RBI, two runs scored) led the home team. Justin Neil (2-for-2, run scored) had two of Tech’s three hits and scored the Spartans’ lone run. Littlestown pitcher Russel Livesay picked up the win, holding Tech to a run on three hits with 10 strikeouts and one walk in five innings.

Spring Grove 2, New Oxford 2: At New Oxford, the two teams battled through nine innings but couldn’t come up with a winner. The game will be concluded at a later date.

By DICK VANO’LINDA

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West York’s Brandon Wetzel, top, is greeted by teammates after he hit a tie-breaking, game-winning single with two outs in the seventh inning on

West York’s Brandon Wetzel, top, is greeted by teammates after he hit a tie-breaking, game-winning single with two outs in the seventh inning on Thursday against New Oxford to give West York a 3-2 win at Sunset Park. (BILL KALINA — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
West York’s Logan Stover applies a late tag on New Oxford’s Austin Kibler at first base on a pickoff attempt in the third inning on Thursday.

West York’s Logan Stover applies a late tag on New Oxford’s Austin Kibler at first base on a pickoff attempt in the third inning on Thursday. (BILL KALINA — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
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SHILOH — With one swing of the bat, Brandon Wetzel gained redemption on Thursday afternoon.

The West York senior lined a full-count pitch down the left-field line for a game-winning RBI double to help the Bulldogs rally for a key 3-2 York-Adams Division II victory over New Oxford.

West York, which trailed 2-1 after 5 1/2 innings, tied the game with a run in the bottom of sixth inning on Carson Fries’ RBI single. The Bulldogs won the game in their next at bat when Nick Traettino beat out an infield single, moved up on Mike Santiago’s bunt and scored on Wetzel’s two-out hit that landed a foot inside the chalk line.

Wetzel, who delivered a clutch two-run single in the 2013 York-Adams Tournament semifinals, was having a less-than-memorable game on Thursday before stepping into the batter’s box for the final time.

He was 0 for 2 with a walk in three previous plate appearances and had committed an uncharacteristic two errors.

“I wanted to redeem myself,” Wetzel said. “I had a couple of tough plays in the field, and it’s important not to get down on myself.”

Wetzel and his teammates kept their heads up, and the Bulldogs delivered some more of the late-game heroics that was their M.O. during last year’s state championship season.

“We weren’t screaming at each other when we got behind,” Wetzel said. “We’re a lot more easy-going than last year’s team, but when it comes time to put the hammer down, we can do it. Hats off to Nick (Traettino) for the way he pitched, and hats off to (Anthony) Lippy (of New Oxford). He pitched a great game, too.”

West York head coach Roger Czerwinski wasn’t surprised that Wetzel was able to overcome the adversity from earlier in the game and deliver in the clutch.

“That comes with experience,” Czerwinski said. “That’s not the first time he won a big game for us. Brandon’s mature beyond his years.”

Fries, who relieved Traettino in the top of the sixth inning with two runners on and no outs, gained the victory. The two West York pitchers combined to allow just two hits.

“Nick was in the 80s with the pitch count, and that’s a place he hadn’t been before,” Czerwinski said in explaining his decision to summon Fries. “Nick threw a nice game.”

Traettino said he felt comfortable through the fourth and fifth innings.

“Then (in the sixth), I couldn’t throw strikes,” he said. “My outing today was like the last one (which came in relief), in that I was able to throw the fastball for strikes one inning and the curveball, the next inning.”

West York gave Traettino a 1-0 edge with a run in its first at bat. Brett Kinneman drew a two-out walk, stole second base and raced home on Logan Stover’s single to right field.

The advantage held up until the sixth inning when New Oxford’s Alex Smith drilled a two-run single. The left-handed hitting Smith went the opposite way with a pitch and lashed the ball past the third-base bag to score Jake Toal and Aaron Palmer.

The Colonials appeared like they were going hand West York its first defeat of the season, but the Bulldogs refused to let that happen.

West York is now 5-0 in league games and 6-0 overall. New Oxford is 3-2 and 4-3.

OTHER BASEBALL

Kennard-Dale 1, Dover 0: At Fawn Grove, Matt Belt led the Rams by throwing a no-hitter and striking out 13. He walked seven. Ryan Vipperman hit an RBI two-out double in the bottom of the sixth to score Kyle Amrhein, who doubled right in front of Vipperman, to plate the go-ahead and game-winning run. For the Eagles, Grant Hoover came on in relief of starter Nate Sennett in the third inning and finished the game by striking out eight and walking none.

Susquehannock 5, Littlestown 0: At Littlestown, Alec Lebo pitched a three-hit shutout for the Warriors, striking out two and walking two. Susquehannock pounded 14 hits, including two each from Connor Hood, Sammy Miller, Luke Knott and Cody Dennis. Dennis drove in two runs. Susquehannock improved to 5-1 overall and 5-0 in York-Adams Division III.

Hanover 6, York Tech 3: At Hanover, Zack Sheaffer pitched a complete-game four-hitter, striking out eight without a walk. Sheaffer also doubled. Jared Peterman (three hits, two RBIs, one run), Kyle Krout (three hits, one run), Brad Irvin (two hits, one RBI) and Nick Trish (two hits, one run) led the Hanover offense.

Biglerville 7, Eastern York 6: At Wrightsville, Zack Sheets (4-for-4, two RBIs, two runs scored) and Mike Borth (3-for-4, three RBIs, one run scored) paced Biglerville at the plate. The Eastern York attack was led by Tommy Taylor, who went 3-for-4 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored.

Bermudian Springs 18, York Suburban 7: At Suburban, the Eagles, after not scoring for the first three innings, erupted for two in the fourth, five in the fifth, eight in the sixth and three in the seventh to roll to the victory. Derek Starner had four hits for the winners. For Suburban, Jesse Mowrey and Brad Church had two hits each.

Red Lion 13, South Western 0 (5 Innings): At Red Lion, the Lions plated 10 runs in the bottom of the third to take command. Brady Taylor led the Lions with two doubles, four RBIs and two runs scored. Also for Red Lion, Alex Zelger went 3-for-3, including a double, with two RBIs and three runs scored, while Austin Taylor and Luke Howard had two hits each.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

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BASEBALL

Bermudian 001 100 0 2 7 0
Littlestown 030 010 x 4 7 1

BS: Spahr, Tipler (5) and catcher; L: Livesay, Cook (7) and catcher; WP: Livesay; LP: Spahr;2B: BS, Starner, Hoff, Weigle. L, Crawmer; HR: BS, Perkins.

York Catholic 200 054 0 11 14 3
Hanover 201 030 1 7 10 5

YC: Elliott, Bohn (6) and Skehan; H: Peterman, Bowman (6) and Sheaffer; WP: Elliott; LP:Peterman; 2B: YC, Mills 2. H, Hamm; HR: YC, Krevetski.

York Tech 100 3 — 4 5 6

Biglerville (10)01 8 — 19 13 1

YT: Hyle, Nell (1) and Leatherwood; BG: Sheets, Trostel (3) and Strawsburg; WP: Sheets; LP:Hyle; 2B: YT, Nell, BG, Ayers, Strawsburg, Redding, Borth, Reever; 3B: YT, Nell, BG, Sheets.

Central York 200 440 1 11 8 0
Dallastown 000 020 1 3 11 0

CY: Sepic, Ness (7) and Kruger; D: Hamberger, Striebig (4), Snyder (5) and Somerville; WP:Sepic; LP: Hamberger; 2B: CY, Montieth 2, Sepic; 3B: CY, Knaub.

DO: Smith, Murphy (1), Morrett (5) and Altland; NE: Kipp and Blymire; WP: Kipp; LP: Smith;2B: NE, Sprenkle.

Kennard-Dale 100 000 0 1 4 2
New Oxford 131 001 x 6 11 0

KD: Bowings and Miller; NO: Palmer and Romanoff; WP: Palmer; LP: Bowings; 2B: KD, Bakalyar;

South Western 000 100 11 3 7 0
Spring Grove 100 100 02 4 7 0

SW: McMaster, Taylor (4), Dougherty (7) and Monahan; SG: Spangler, Brooks (6) and D. Hoiles; WP: Brooks; LP: Dougherty; 2B: SG, Hunt, Thoman; 3B: SG, Brooks; HR: SW, Taylor.

Eastern 004 001 0 5 7 4
Susquehannock 050 000 1 6 6 2

E: Godfrey and Miller; S: Houser, Hood (6) and Tattersall; WP: Hood; LP: Godfrey; 2B: E, Renn, Enders; 3B: S, Miller.

SOFTBALL

South Western 504 000 2 11 13 0
New Oxford 000 221 0 5 13 6

SW: Toomey and Savino; NO: S. Smith, Peck (4) and M. Smith, Belcher; WP: Toomey; LP: S. Smith; 2B: SW, Savino, Glover. NO, Becker, Bailey; 3B: NO, M. Smith, S. Smith.

Littlestown 300 000 0 3 6 3
Bermudian 002 010 1 4 8 0

L: Schroeder, Yealy and catcher; BS: M. Huntington and catcher; WP: M. Huntington; LP:Yealy; 2B: L, Schroeder.

Fairfield 100 00 — 1 2 4

Delone 103 61 — 11 8 0

F: Kinjerski and Barron; DC: Rickrode and King; WP: Rickrode; LP: Kinjerski; HR: DC, Rickrode.

Biglerville 122 010 00 6 5 2
York Tech 130 101 01 7 10 3

BG: Weikert and Sowers; YT: Hilbert, McWilliams (3) and Gohn; WP: McWilliams; LP:Weikert.

Eastern York 010 00 — 1 2 2

Kennard-Dale 130 026 — 12 11 1

EY: Arnold, Duraski (6) and Kalke; KD: D’Arrigo and Driggers; WP: D’Arrigo; LP: Arnold; 2B:KD, D’Arrigo, Valentine; 3B: KD, Beach; HR: EY, Livelsbarger. KD, Valentine.

Central York 001 000 0 1 6 4
Dallastown 002 011 x 4 7 1

CY: Rohrbaugh and Dziwis; D: Merriman and Hartman; WP: Merriman; LP: Rohrbaugh; 2B:CY Wisner. D, Hartman; 3B: CY, Resh. D, Werner.

Fairfield 001 000 1 2 5 1
Delone 304 100 x 8 7 1

FF: Ford, Romaine (3), Baker (5) and Griffin; DC: Keith, Golanoski (5), Slusser (7) and Roth, Biemiller (6); WP: Keith; LP: Ford.

Susquehannock 200 200 0 4 8 1
Spring Grove 000 200 0 2 10 1

S: Lynch, Langhans (5) and Yoakum. SG: Jacoby and Cornman; WP: Lynch. LP: Jacoby. 2B: SG, Cornman. 3B: SG, Norton.

Dover 150 022 0 10 12 1
Northeastern 100 200 0 3 12 3

DO: Gohn and Blauser; NE: Renard, Sweitzer (2) and Reed; WP: Gohn; LP: Renard; 2B: DO, Cutright, NE, Reinoehl, Reed; HR: DO, Gohn, Mann.

Other Score

Hanover 14, York Catholic 9

BOYS’ LACROSSE

York Suburban 12, York Catholic 10

Goals: YS, Badovinac, Sipes, Hoyt, Mailman 4, Bettencourt 2, Gettle, Sadock, Strong. YC, Norton, Trapeni, Yanick, Bowser 2, Nigro, Brennan 4; Assists: YS, Sipes, Hoyt, Yost. YC, Norton, Yanick, Brennan.

Central 4 5 3 5 — 17

South Western 4 1 2 2 — 9

Goals: C, Haldeman 3, Desenberg 3, C George 3, Tranchitella 3, Yantek, G George, Evanitus, Kurland, Massam. SW, Devincent 4, Sanders 3, Delea 2; Assists: C, Haldeman 5, Yantek, 4, Desenberg, Evanitus. SW, Sanders, Hughes; Saves: C, Hinkle 6, Walker 1. SW, Raynor 14.

JV score: Central 12, South Western 3.

Kennard-Dale 3 0 4 2 — 9

Eastern York 3 3 3 1 — 10

Goals: KD, Seitz 4, Schonbrunner 3, Wallace, Greaver; EY, Witman 5, Buser 2, Keller, Rhein, Smith; Assists: KD, Schonbrunner 3; EY, Rhein 4, Witman, Buser; Saves: KD, White 18;

New Oxford 0 0 1 1 — 2

Red Lion 9 4 3 0 — 16

Goals: NO, Giannotto, Bixler. RL, Jennings 5, Emig 3, Castle 2, Dunlap 2, Reif 2, Gemmill, Huber; Assists: NO, Wilson. RL, Gemmill 6, Castle 2, Jennings 2, Dashler, Eveler, Reif; Saves:NO, Zero 12, Medina 2. RL, Francisco 8, Hale 8.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Kennard-Dale 18, Eastern 1

Goals: EY, Toomey. KD, Biedermann 2, Bracey, Burdette, Courtney, Cryser, Day, Duty, Gamache 2, Livezey, Gerring, Dressel 3, H. Hushon, C. Hushon, Zimmerman; Assists: KD, Burdette, Davis, Day 4, Duty, Dressel 3, Zimmerman; Saves: EY, Keller 6. KD, Deaver 4.

JV score: Kennard-Dale 21-3.

Dallastown 11, Spring Grove 5

Goals: SG, Grove 2, Taylor, Keiser, Myers. DT, Thomas 5, Burns, Layton, Shick, Smith, Manning, Ellis; Saves: SG, Craver 11. DT, Eckert 12.

JV score: Dallastown 6-5.

Central York 3 1 — 4

South Western 9 11 — 20

Goals: CY, Billings 2, Baianda, Windsor; SW, Reddinger 4, Schmidt 4, Kavanaugh 4, Brown 3, Bently, DiRienzo, Bull, Rebert, Moser; Assists: SW, Brown 2, Schmidt, Martin, Reddinger, Kavanaugh; Saves: CY 11;

Red Lion 5 3 8
New Oxford 5 6 11

Goals: RL, Godfrey 3, Donovan 2, Sheridan, Conrad, Lewis. NO, James 3, Phillips 3, Pevarnik 2, Brzenk, Bateman, Kindschuh; Assists: RL, Donovan, NO, Wildenstein, Hartlaub; Saves: RL, 8. NO, Mobley (14); . JV score: RL 6, NO 6 (tie).

Other Score

Susquehannock 17, West York 2

York Catholic 17, York Suburban 8

BOYS’ TENNIS

York Suburban 7, Littlestown 0

Singles: Diehl (YS) def. Staub, 6-2, 6-1. Peck (YS) def. Perez, 6-1, 6-1. Manzella (YS) def. Thomas, 6-4, 7-5. Lando (YS) def. Owings, 6-0, 6-1. Lee (YS) def. Yingling, 6-0, 6-0.; Doubles:Diehl/Lee (YS) def. Staub/Perez, 8-5. Peck/Strine (YS) def. Thomas/Owings, 8-1.

West York 7, Northeastern 0

Singles: Hein (WY) def. Fries, 3-6, 6-3, 6-0. Burke (WY) def. Wunsch, 6-1, 6-0. Potts (WY) def. Hollingsworth, 6-0, 6-0. Fairlamb (WY) def. Riddle, 6-1, 6-0. Henderson (WY) def. Lee, 6-0, 6-0;Doubles: Potts/Henderson (WY) def. Fries/Riddle, 8-4. Tallman/Yanek (WY) def. Wunsch/Gauker, 8-3.

Susquehannock 5, Biglerville 1

Singles: C. Dotson-Jones (S) def. Scott, 6-1, 6-1. Hockensmith (S) def. Glispy, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. Iannuzzi (B) def. J. Dotson-Jones, 6-7, 6-1, 6-1. Biglerville forfeited at No. 4 and No. 5 singles.;Doubles: No match at No. 1 doubles. Biglerville forfeited at No. 2 doubles.

South Western 7, Dover 0

Singles: Sentz (SW) def. Miller, 6-0, 6-0. Kenny (SW) def. Strickler, 6-0, 6-1. Fabrick (SW) def. Wise, 6-1, 6-1. Heavel (SW) def. Groft, 6-0, 6-1. Kane (SW) def. Shaffer, 6-3, 6-3.; Doubles:O’Reilly/Wells (SW) def. Miller/Groft, 8-7 (1). Hohman/Nathanson (SW) def. Strickler/Wise, 8-2.

Central York 7, Spring Grove 0

Singles: Lehigh (CY) def. Wierman, 6-4, 6-1. Maderitz (CY) def. Seitz-Brown, 6-0, 6-0. Hotea (CY) def. Bowman, 6-1, 6-1. Garling (CY) def. Sheehan, 6-0, 6-0. Smith (CY) def. Harlacher, 6-0. 6-0.; Doubles: Lehigh/Maderitz (CY) def. Wierman/Bowman, 8-1. Schmidt/Gerberick (CY) def. Seitz-Brown/Sheehan, 8-4.

York Catholic 7, Hanover 0

Singles: Andrews (YC) def. Arndt, 6-2, 6-0. S. Bartkowiak (YC) def. Bosserman, 6-3, 6-0. N. Bartkowiak (YC) def. Magana, 6-0, 6-1. Thole (YC) def. Young, 6-4, 6-1. Kondrasuk (YC) def. Yost, 6-2, 6-3; Doubles: S. Bartkowiak/Kondrasuk (YC) def. Bosserman/Magana, 8-4. N. Bartkowiak/Thole (YC) def. Young/Yost, 8-4.

Bermudian Springs 4, Delone Catholic 3

Singles: Gutierrez (DC) def. Phutaemnin, 6-7 (10), 7-5, 6-3. Wilkins (BS) def. Botts, 6-3, 6-3. Kinsey (BS) def. Hemler, 6-2, 6-1. Durski (DC) def. Hoak, 6-1, 6-3. Eschrich (BS) def. Yang, 6-1, 6-2.; Doubles: Gutierrez/Botts (DC) def. Wilkins/Phutaemnin, 6-0, 6-0. Hoak/Eschrich (BS) def. Hemler/Durski, 6-4, 6-4.

Red Lion 4, New Oxford 3

Singles: Innerst (RL) def. Gruver, 6-3, 6-0. A. Moyer (RL) def. Stiles, 6-3, 6-4. Forry (NO) def. Gayrama, 6-3, 6-0. M. Moyer (RL) def. Conrad, 6-3, 1-6, 7-6 (7-4). Luckenbaugh (NO) def. McKnight, 6-1, 1-6, 6-2; Doubles: Innerst/Gayrama (RL) def. Gruver/Forry, 6-2, 6-2. Stiles/Luckenbaugh (NO) def. A. Moyer/M. Moyer, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0.

BOYs’ track & field

Tuesday’s Results

Fairfield 82, Delone Catholic 67

3200 relay — Fairfield, 9:00; 110 hurdles — Hoffman (F), :18.6; 100 — Hartlaub (DC), :11.6;1600 — Mall (DC), 5:09.4; 400 relay — Delone Catholic, :46.7; 400 — Staub (DC), :55.2; 300 hurdles — Byrnes (DC), :48.0; 800 — Nace (DC), 2:20; 200 — Dorsey (DC), :24.0; 3200 —Mall (DC), 11:23; 1600 relay — Fairfield, 3:45.6; High jump — Mubrecht, 5-4; Long jump —Cronk (F), 18-5; Triple jump —Cronk (F), 38-0 1/2; Pole vault — Kadis (DC), 10-6; Javelin —Washington (F), 134-2; Shot put — Washington (F), 41-0 1/2; Discus — Hewitt (F), 131-7 1/2.

Biglerville 79, Littlestown 70

3200 relay — Littlestown, 8:49.5; 110 hurdles — Langrill (L), :16.5; 100 — Cellucci (Big), :11.6; 1600 — Wilt (Big), 4:46.2; 400 relay — Biglerville, :46.9; 400 — Gebhart (L), :54.1; 300 hurdles — Langrill (L), :43.4; 800 — Wilt (Big), 2:07.6; 200 — Cellucci (Big), :23.9; 3200 —Wilt (Big), 10:25.4; 1600 relay — Littlestown, 3:48.4; High jump — Reynolds (L), 5-8; Long jump — Reynolds (L), 19-4; Triple jump — Reynolds (L), 40-3; Pole vault — Chrismer (L), 10-6; Javelin — McCleaf (Big), 149-10; Shot put — Brown (Big), 44-1; Discus — Brown (Big), 115-10.

Central York 92, Spring Grove 57

3200 relay — Central (Wilson, Trone, Crane, Rutter), 9:29; 100 hurdles — Atkins (CY), :16.09;100 — Feulmer (SG), :10.97; 1600 — Groff (CY), 4:35; 400 relay — Spring Grove (Beddia, Feulmer, Hagerman, Wherley), :45.62; 400 — Watkins (CY), :55.31; 300 hurdles —Cavanaugh (SG), :42.83; 800 — Culp (SG), 2:06; 200 — Feulmer (SG), :23.0; 3200 —Maldonado (SG), 10:51; 1600 relay — Central (Colon, Watkins, Wilson, Crane), 3:37; High jump — Lutz (CY), 6-0; Long jump — Feulmer (SG), 19-8 1/2; Triple jump —Jules (CY), 39-0 3/4; Pole vault — Crabill (CY), 12-0; Javelin — Crabill (CY), 176-6; Shot put — Ramirez (CY), 47-2 1/2; Discus — Ramirez (CY), 126-5.

GIRLS’ TRACK & FIELD

Tuesday’s Results

Delone Catholic 110, Fairfield 40

3200 relay — Fairfield, 11:09.2; 100 hurdles — Comly (DC), :17.3; 100 — Roberts (F), :14.0;1600 — Mowrey (DC), 5:38.6; 400 relay — Delone Catholic, :54.8; 400 — Lescalleet (DC), 1:05.8; 300 hurdles — Singleton (DC), :51.9; 800 — Logue (F), 2:28.2; 200 — Heinbaugh (F), :28.4; 3200 — Sweeney (DC), 14:01; 1600 relay — Delone Catholic, 4:31.9; High jump —Weirman (DC), 4-6; Long jump — Wierman (DC), 15-10 1/2; Triple jump — Crawford (DC), 31-1; Pole vault — Riedel (DC), 11-1; Javelin — Gingrow (DC), 122-2; Shot put — Gingrow (DC), 31-5 1/4; Discus — Becker (DC), 68-6.

Biglerville 93, Littlestown 56

3200 relay — Biglerville, 11:32.5; 100 hurdles — Trimmer (Big), :18.1; 100 — Fissel (Big), :13.4; 1600 — Robey (Big), 6:19.7; 400 relay — Biglerville, :53.6; 400 — Robertson (L), 1:08.7;300 hurdles — Ashford (L), :53.2; 800 — Whithoff (Big), 2:55.9; 200 — Fissel (Big), :28.4;3200 — Robey (Big), 13:21; 1600 relay — Littlestown, 4:37.5; High jump — Borromeo (L), 4-4; Long jump — Borromeo (L), 14-5; Triple jump — Thomas (Big), 29-3; Pole vault —Camara (Big), 6-0; Javelin — Camara (Big), 95-0; Shot put — Kuhn (Big), 31-1; Discus —Eyler (L), 85-4.

Central York 103, Spring Grove 47

3200 relay — Central (Loeffelholz, Adams, McDaniel, Swanson), 11:39.31; 100 hurdles — K. Hackos (CY), :17.12; 100 — Little (CY), :13.09; 1600 — B. Hackos (CY), 5:53; 400 relay —Central (McLaughlin, Little, Dickson, Hatchard), :52.86; 400 — Cable (CY), 1:08.23; 300 hurdles — Nelson (CY), :50.41; 800 — Swanson (CY), 2:47; 200 — McLaughlin (CY), :12.04;3200 — Loeffelholz (CY); 1600 relay — Central (Little, Dickson, Snyder, Fells), 4:21; High jump — Kline (SG), 4-10; Long jump — Micik (SG), 13-7 3/4; Triple jump —Hatchard (CY), 33-2; Pole vault — Elliott (SG), 9-0; Javelin — Bollinger (SG), 117-2; Shot put — Emerbenini (CY), 33-8 3/4; Discus — Schultz (SG), 85-10.

By DICK VANO’LINDA

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GLEN ROCK — When Susquehannock’s Connor Hood took the mound for the first time on Thursday afternoon, his team’s five-run advantage had evaporated, and Eastern York was threatening to take the lead.

The Golden Knights had the go-ahead run at second base in the top of the sixth inning with two outs. Hood, who entered in relief of Josh Houser, maintained the 5-5 deadlock by getting the first hitter he faced to ground out to shortstop.

The right-hander yielded a one-out double in the top of the seventh, but he retired the next two hitters to maintain the tie. The Warriors then scored the winning run in the 6-5 victory in the last of the seventh by taking advantage of three straight errors.

“It was a little nerve-racking,” Hood said when asked what was going through his mind when he came in to pitch in a tie game with a runner at second base. “I tried my best to throw strikes.”

Hood said it “kind of hurt” when Eastern wiped out Susquehannock’s 5-0 lead with four runs in the third inning and one in the sixth inning.

“We just tried to stay calm. We knew we could win the game,” he said.

Cody Dennis scored the winning run for the Warriors. Dennis began the bottom of the seventh by reaching on an infield error and moved to second base on another error. Aaron Portner then laid down a perfect bunt between the mound and third base, and when the throw was wild at first base and sailed into foul territory, Dennis scored standing up from second base.

“Aaron came up clutch,” Hood said. “He made the play at short and got the bunt down.”

Portner went to shortstop when Hood came in to pitch, and in the top of the seventh inning, the first Eastern batter hit a ball to shortstop. Portner made a clean pickup and threw to first base for the out. In the bottom of the same inning, Portner put his bunting practice to work in a game.

“Bunting, we do it every day in practice,” he said. “We have competitions, and my group is always first. When I’m getting ready to go in at short, coach asked me if I was warmed up enough to do a Derek Jeter play in the hole.”

Eastern, which committed just one error in the first six innings, struggled trying to make plays in the seventh inning.

“A win is a win, I’ll take it,” Susquehannock coach Tim Hare said. “It’s not the way we drew it up. Bunting, we take a lot of pride in it. While Aaron doesn’t start for us a lot, he’s a great ballplayer.”

Hare praised the work of his starting pitcher. Houser was charged with all five Eastern runs, but none of them were earned. The right-hander struck out four and walked three, two in the sixth inning.

“Josh, as the game went on, started to tire, but he did a fantastic job,” Hare said.

Susquehannock, which lost its first game of the season to Dover, earned its fourth straight victory. The Warriors are now 4-0 in York-Adams Division III and 4-1 overall. Eastern slipped to 1-2 and 3-3.

“A loss that early proved positive because we were able to use it as a teaching point,” Hare said. “Teams aren’t going to just roll over for us because we’re supposed to be good.”

Hood and Bryan Kerr collected two hits each for the Warriors, and Hood and Mike Spadafore delivered two-run singles.

Mike Dunn and Quentin Enders finished with two hits apiece for Eastern. Enders went 2-for-2 and scored a run.

Golden Knights’ pitcher Terry Godfrey recorded six strikeouts and walked three, with all of the passes coming in the second inning.

OTHER BASEBALL

Spring Grove 4, South Western 3 (eight Innings): At Spring Grove, Aaron Becker hit a two-run single in the bottom of the eighth to score Jake Thoman from third and Austin Hunt from second to clinch the York-Adams Division I come-from-behind victory. Thoman had doubled earlier in the inning. Also for Spring Grove, Will Maughlin went 2-for-3 at the plate, while on the mound, Matt Brooks came on in relief of starting pitcher Nick Spangler (eight strikeouts, five walks), to strike out six in the final three innings to pick up the victory. For the Mustangs, Matt Taylor went 2-for-4, including a two-out solo homer in the seventh to tie the game and send the contest into extra innings. Teammates Miles Francis went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, while Shane Swearman went 2-for-4.

Central York 11, Dallastown 3: At Dallastown, Zane Knaub tripled and drove in four runs, while Walker Montieth belted two doubles, drove in two runs and scored two runs to pace the Panthers. Dan Sepic pitched six solid innings to get the win, striking out six and walking one. Central took advantage of 12 Dallastown walks. Jon Snyder had three hits and an RBI for Dallastown, while Tom Golden had two hits and an RBI. Central scored four runs each in the fourth and fifth innings to take control.

New Oxford 6, Kennard-Dale 1: The visiting Rams took an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning before the host Colonials tied it in the bottom half of the frame and tallied four combined runs in the next two innings. Jake Toal, Austin Kibler and Aaron Palmer combined to hit four doubles to lead New Oxford. Palmer also picked up the win on the mound by holding Kennard-Dale to a run on four hits in a complete-game effort. Josh Bakalyar had a double for the Rams.

York Catholic 11, Hanover 7: At Hanover, York Catholic used a five-run fifth and a four-run fourth to beat Hanover. Jake Krevetski belted three hits, including a homer, for the winners, while scoring two runs. Erich Hartman (two hits, three runs, RBI) and Doug Mills (three RBIs, two doubles, two runs) also excelled for the Irish. Jared Peterman had three hits and three RBIs for Hanover.

Biglerville 19, York Tech 4 (Four Innings): At Biglerville, Logan Reever led the Canners to the victory by hitting a double and picking up four RBIs. For the Spartans, Justin Nell had a triple, a double and two runs scored.

Northeastern 10, Dover 0 (six Innings): At Manchester, Adam Kipp led the Bobcats to the victory by throwing a complete-game, six-inning shutout, while striking out nine and walking one. At the plate for the Bobcats, Brady Dolan went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and one RBI, Cody Reeser went 2-for-4 with two runs and one RBI, while Trae Beyer and Kipp each had two RBIs.

Correction: The pitching information for Eastern York’s Colby Shimmel was reported incorrectly in Wednesday’s sports section. In the Golden Knights’ 3-2 win over Central York, Shimmel pitched 4 1/3 innings of one-hit shutout relief to get the win. He struck out four and walked one.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

York Dispatch Staff Report

Spring Grove remained alone in first place in York-Adams Division I baseball on Tuesday with a 2-0 win at Dallastown.

Jake Thoman pitched a three-hit shutout for the Rockets, striking out five and walking three. Tyler Butcher pitched well in defeat, going the distance and allowing seven hits. He fanned four and walked four. Nick Spangler (two hits, RBI) and Logan Warren (two hits, RBI) led Spring Grove’s offense. Tye Golden doubled for Dallastown.

Spring Grove improved to 5-2 overall and 3-1 in Division I.

OTHER BASEBALL

West York 5, Bermudian 3: At West York, the Bulldogs improved to 5-0 overall with the non-league win. Brandyn Smith got the win, with seventh-inning relief help from Cash Gladfelter, who got the save. Carson Fries (two hits, RBI), Nick Traettino (two hits, including a double), Chase James (double) and Cole Bixler (double) led West York’s offense.

Eastern York 3, Central York 2: At Central, the Golden Knights were outhit 7-3 but still grabbed the win. All the scoring in the game occurred in the third inning. Walker Montieth went the distance in a losing cause, fanning five. Colby Shimmel went 4 1/3 innings to get the win. Michael Dunn got the save with 2 2/3 innings of shutout relief. They combined for six strikeouts. Shimmel had two hits for the winners, while Dan Sepic had two Central hits.

Red Lion 8, New Oxford 3: At Red Lion, Drew Landis led the Lions at the plate by going 2-for-3, including a double, while teammate Mike Godfrey hit a two-run triple in the first inning. For the Colonials, Austin Kibler went 3-for-3, while Aaron Palmer went 2-for-4.

Northeastern 3, Shippensburg 2: At Manchester, the Bobcats rallied to score all three runs in the bottom of the seventh. Grant Myers hit a game winning single in the seventh to score Devin Blymire, who singled earlier in the inning, to plate the winning run. Blymire’s single scored the tying run to deadlock the game at 2-2. Teammate Cody Reeser pitched six innings to record a no-decision, while striking out six and walking four.

Delone 10, York Catholic 3: At York Catholic, Dalton Haymaker (five innings) and Joe Ames (two innings) combined on a four-hitter for Delone. Ames did not allow a run. Austin Kuntz (two hits, double, two runs), Jimmy O’Boyle (two hits, triple, two runs, one RBI), Ames (two hits), Mike Rider (three runs, RBI), Austin Roth (two RBIs, double, one run) and Kyle Bemiller (two RBIs) paced Delone’s offense. Patrick Clement had a hit, an RBI and a run scored for the Irish.

Littlestown 10, York Suburban 0: At Suburban, the Thunderbolts received two hits apiece from Todd Cook, Jacob Crawmer, Graham Schuman and Chase Dipietro to secure the win.

South Western 11, Kennard-Dale 1: At Hanover, the Mustangs pounded out nine hits and scored in all of their at bats to secure the 10-run rule victory. Three South Western pitchers, Erich Kelch, Kyle Raubenstine and Justin Dougherty, combined to hold the Rams to four hits.

York Dispatch Staff Report

York-Adams baseball

W L W L
Spring Grove 2 1 4 2
Red Lion 1 1 1 2
Central York 1 1 1 2
Dallastown 1 3 3 3
South Western 0 3 0 5
W L W L
West York 4 0 4 0
New Oxford 2 0 3 1
Dover 1 1 3 2
Northeastern 2 2 2 3
Kennard-Dale 0 2 0 3
W L W L
Susquehannock 3 0 3 1
Bermudian 2 0 3 1
Eastern York 1 1 2 2
Littlestown 1 2 2 2
York Suburban 1 2 1 3
W L W L
Delone Catholic 4 0 4 0
Hanover 2 1 3 3
York Catholic 1 1 2 3
Biglerville 0 2 0 2
York Tech 0 3 0 4
Fairfield 0 3 0 4

York-Adams softball

W L W L
Central York 2 0 5 0
Dallastown 3 1 4 1
Red Lion 1 1 1 1
South Western 2 2 2 3
New Oxford 1 2 1 4
W L W L
Susquehannock 2 0 5 0
York Suburban 1 1 1 1
Dover 1 1 1 2
Spring Grove 1 2 2 2
Northeastern 0 4 1 4
W L W L
Kennard-Dale 4 0 5 0
Bermudian Springs 3 1 3 2
West York 3 1 3 2
Littlestown 2 1 3 1
Eastern York 2 1 2 3
W L W L
Delone Catholic 3 1 3 1
York Catholic 1 2 1 3
Fairfield 1 2 1 3
Biglerville 0 2 0 2
Hanover 0 3 0 6
York Co. Tech 0 5 0 5

York-Adams Boys’ Track

W L T P W L T
South Western 3 0 0 9 3 0 0
Dallastown 2 0 0 6 2 0 0
Red Lion 1 0 0 3 1 0 0
Central York 1 1 0 3 1 1 0
Spring Grove 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
York High 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
New Oxford 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
W L T P W L T
Susquehannock 2 0 0 6 2 0 0
Dover 2 0 0 6 2 0 0
West York 1 0 0 3 1 0 0
Eastern 1 2 0 3 1 2 0
Northeastern 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Kennard-Dale 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
York Suburban 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
W L T P W L T
Littlestown 2 0 0 6 2 0 0
York Tech 2 0 0 6 2 0 0
Biglerville 1 0 0 3 1 0 0
Bermudian 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Delone Catholic 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Hanover 0 1 0 0 0 2 0
Fairfield 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

YORK-ADAMS Girls’ track

W L T P W L T
South Western 3 0 0 9 3 0 0
Dallastown 2 0 0 6 2 0 0
Red Lion 1 0 0 3 1 0 0
Central York 1 1 0 3 1 1 0
Spring Grove 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
York High 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
New Oxford 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
W L T P W L T
Eastern 3 0 0 9 3 0 0
York Suburban 2 0 0 6 2 0 0
Susquehannock 1 1 0 3 1 1 0
Northeastern 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
West York 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Kennard-Dale 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Dover 0 2 0 0 0 2 0
W L T P W L T
Hanover 1 0 0 3 1 1 0
Delone Catholic 1 0 0 3 1 0 0
York Tech 1 1 0 3 1 1 0
Fairfield 1 1 0 3 1 1 0
Littlestown 1 1 0 3 1 1 0
Bermudian 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Biglerville 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

YORK-ADAMS Boys’ lacrosse

W L W L
Central York 5 0 5 0
Dallastown 4 2 5 2
Red Lion 3 4 4 4
Spring Grove 2 4 3 5
South Western 2 4 2 5
New Oxford 0 4 0 4
W L W L
West York 6 0 6 0
York Suburban 5 0 5 0
Susquehannock 3 3 4 4
Eastern York 3 4 4 4
York Catholic 1 5 1 5
Kennard-Dale 1 5 1 5

YORK-ADAMS girls’ lacrosse

W L W L
South Western 5 1 6 1
Central York 3 3 3 3
Red Lion 1 4 1 4
Dallastown 1 5 1 5
New Oxford 1 5 1 5
Spring Grove 0 4 0 6
W L W L
York Catholic 6 0 6 0
Kennard-Dale 5 0 5 1
Susquehannock 5 2 5 3
West York 4 2 4 2
York Suburban 3 3 3 3
Eastern York 1 6 1 6

YORK-ADAMS BOYS’ tennis

W L W L
Central York 2 0 6 0
New Oxford 2 0 5 0
South Western 1 0 6 1
Dover 2 1 4 1
Dallastown 2 1 3 3
Spring Grove 1 1 4 2
Red Lion 1 2 4 2
West York 0 2 1 2
Northeastern 0 4 0 5
W L W L
Susquehannock 3 0 5 1
Biglerville 2 0 3 3
York Suburban 2 0 2 4
York Catholic 1 0 3 2
Bermudian Springs 0 1 1 2
Littlestown 0 2 0 4
Delone Catholic 0 2 0 5
Hanover 0 3 0 6

YORK-ADAMS Boys’ volleyball

W L W L
Northeastern 3 0 5 0
Central York 3 0 4 0
York Suburban 2 1 2 1
Red Lion 2 1 2 1
West York 2 1 2 1
Spring Grove 2 1 3 2
Susquehannock 2 1 2 2
Eastern York 1 2 1 2
Dallastown 1 2 1 3
Dover 0 3 0 3
Kennard-Dale 0 3 0 3
New Oxford 0 3 0 3

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