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By DICK VanO’LINDA
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Molly Lohss, right, seen here in a file photo, scored the only goal of the game in Dallastown’s 1-0 victory over Manheim Township on Thursday.

Molly Lohss, right, seen here in a file photo, scored the only goal of the game in Dallastown’s 1-0 victory over Manheim Township on Thursday. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

DOVER — One shot. One goal. One District 3 victory.

Dallastown’s field hockey team made the most of its only shot on goal during an opening-round match against Manheim Township on Thursday night.

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By DICK VanO’LINDA
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Dallastown’s Danielle Ludwig catches a teammate as the Wildcats celebrate after winning the York-Adams League field hockey championship Thursday

Dallastown’s Danielle Ludwig catches a teammate as the Wildcats celebrate after winning the York-Adams League field hockey championship Thursday night at Northeastern. The Wildcats beat Bermudian Springs, 2-0. (BIL BOWDEN — For The York Dispatch)


MANCHESTER — After capturing their third York-Adams League field hockey title in the past four years on Thursday night, Dallastown’s players did some bonding.

They gathered in one of the end zones at the Northeastern High School football stadium for a team photo, and then broke out in song.

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The first-round pairings for the District 3 Field Hockey Tournament have been released.

Go here for the complete brackets.

By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
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Dallastown’s Molly Lohss, right, hits the ball around Gettysburg defender Madi Hirneisen during York-Adams League Field Hockey Tournament semifinal

Dallastown’s Molly Lohss, right, hits the ball around Gettysburg defender Madi Hirneisen during York-Adams League Field Hockey Tournament semifinal action at York Suburban on Wednesday. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

There probably aren’t many coaches in high school athletics who are comfortable with allowing their players to make important decisions.

Dallastown field hockey coach Jeri Myers, however, is one of the few.

So when a penalty occurred late in Wednesday evening’s York-Adams League Tournament semifinal vs. Division II champion Gettysburg, Myers was all aboard when her players suggested they send out senior Maggie Noll to take the penalty shot.

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Camryn Burk led the Susquehannock field hockey team to am 8-0, non-divisional victory against Delone Catholic by recording a hat trick Monday.

The Warriors’ Julianne Martinez scored two goals, while Ally Kerr, Megan Green, Michella Salvitti each scored one goal apiece.

Susquehannock’s defense held the visitors to zero shots on goal. Susquehannock won the JV match 10-0.

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Eastern 1, West York 0 (OT): At Wrightsville, Bri Goodling broke open a scoreless match when she scored at the 14:30 mark of overtime to give the Golden Knights the victory. Teammate Tia Judy added the assist on the goal.

Gettysburg 5, Bermudian Springs 2: At York Springs, Katelyn Gormley led the Warriors to the non-divisional victory by scoring two goals and adding one assist.

Littlestown 3, Kennard-Dale 1: At Fawn Grove, Lexy Morey led the Thunderbolts to the victory by recording a hat trick. For the Rams, Emmie Dressel scored their lone goal, while teammate Calie Swegon picked up an assist. Littlestown won the JV match 1-0.

East Pennsboro 3, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, the Rockets trailed 1-0 at the half and were unable to recover. Goalie Camille Lecrone made 10 stops in the losing effort. East Pennsboro also won the JV match 2-1.

South Western 5, Northeastern 1: At Hanover, Montana Utz led the Mustangs to the York-Adams Division I victory by scoring three goals and adding two assists. Kendra Meyer scored the lone goal for the Bobcats.

Littlestown 3, York Suburban 0: At Littlestown, Lexy Morey scored two goals to lead the Thunderbolts to the non-divisional victory.

Susquehannock 6, Kennard-Dale 0: At Glen Rock, the Warriors won the York-Adams Division II match and improved to 8-2-0 in the division. The Rams fell to 4-5-1. No other details were available.

Eastern York 6, Hanover 1: At Wrightsville, the Golden Knights won the non-divisional home match. No other details were available.

Dallastown 2, South Western 0: At Dallastown, the Wildcats clinched at least a tie for the York-Adams Division I title with the victory. Dallastown improved to 16-1-0 overall and 12-1-0 in the division. They can clinch the outright crown with a win at Spring Grove on Thursday afternoon. On Tuesday, the Wildcats scored once in each half. Kaylee Frey and Jordan Bertok each scored unassisted goals for Dallastown. South Western’s Jazmin Walker made 15 saves in goal. The Wildcats won the JV game, 1-0.

Central York 1, Red Lion 0: At Central,

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Dallastown 6, Dover 0: At Dover, the Wildcats got goals from Katie Doherty, Molly Lohss, Jordan Bertok, Nicole Crumling, Claire Reilly and Kiele Fullerton. Veronica Talton had eight saves for Dover. Dallastown improved to 14-1 overall and 11-1 in York-Adams Division I.

Bermudian Springs 2, Kennard-Dale 0: At Fawn Grove, MacKenzie Farley had a goal and an assist to help Bermudian improve to 14-1-0. Lauren Lisek had 11 saves for K-D. The Eagles also won the JV match, 2-0.

Hanover 4, York Suburban 0: At Hanover, Sarah Ginn and Hannah Markle each scored twice for the Hawkettes.

Littlestown 7, Fairfield 0: At Littlestown, Kelsie Dews had two goals and two assists to power Littlestown. Taylor Eader scored twice.

Bishop McDevitt 7, Delone Catholic 0: At Harrisburg, the Squirettes got outshot 20-2 in the non-league loss.

Dallastown’s Abby Kuhn, right, takes control of the ball as Red Lion’s Jordan Sleeth works against her during field hockey action at Horn Field

Dallastown’s Abby Kuhn, right, takes control of the ball as Red Lion’s Jordan Sleeth works against her during field hockey action at Horn Field in Red Lion on Thursday. Dallastown won the game, 2-0. (DAWN J. SAGERT — dsagert@yorkdispatch.com)

Dallastown solidified its hold on first place in the York-Adams Division I field hockey race on Thursday with a 2-0 road victory over rival Red Lion.

The Wildcats improved to 10-1-0 in the division while Red Lion dropped to 8-4-0.

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Central 2, New Oxford 1: At Central, Greta Plappert’s goal with 1:01 left in the second half broke a 1-1 tie and clinched the York-Adams Division I victory for the Panthers. Jenny Lawson picked up the assist on the game winner, while Central’s Mackenzie Dixon scored a first-half goal, with Amanda Miller adding an assist. The loss dropped New Oxford to 9-2-0 in the division and dropped the Colonials out of first. Central improved to 8-3-0.

Dallastown 7, Northeastern 0: At Dallastown

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