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York Dispatch Staff Report

The Dallastown Wildcats remained unbeaten in York-Adams Division I field hockey action on Wednesday night, but it wasn’t easy.

Bryna Cook scored with 14 seconds left in overtime to lead the Wildcats to a 1-0 victory over Northeastern in Manchester.

Dallastown improved to 11-0-0 in the division, while Northeastern fell to 5-5-1.

FIELD HOCKEY

Gettysburg 7, Eastern 1: At Wrightsville, Maggie Fees scored two goals to lead the Warriors to the York-Adams Division II victory. For the Golden Knights, Lydia Massa scored the lone goal in the second half. Gettysburg improved to 9-0-0 in the division. The Warriors have already clinched the division crown.

Kennard-Dale 1, York Suburban 0 (OT): At Suburban, Elizabeth Six found the back of the net with 3:42 left in overtime to break a 0-0 tie and clinch the York-Adams Division II victory. Teammate Lauren Lisek made seven stops in goal to record the shutout. For the Trojans, Colleen Dommel made 10 saves.

Susquehannock 3, West York 0: At Glen Rock, the Warriors led 3-0 at the half and went on to capture the York-Adams Division II victory. Elizabeth Ferg led the Warriors’ offense with two goals. Also for the winners, Camryn Burk scored one goal, Maddie McGowan had one assist and Kristy Langhans made four stops to record the shutout.

Central 1, New Oxford 0: At New Oxford, Sara Rilatt’s goal at the 23:50 of the first half broke a 0-0 tie and ended up securing the York-Adams Division I victory for the Panthers. Greta Plappert picked up the assist, while Abbie Timperio made six saves in goal to record the shutout. Central improved to 8-2-1 in the division.

South Western 4, Dover 1: At Dover the Mustangs rolled to the victory. Lauren Schmidt led the Mustangs with two goals. For the Eagles, Sabrina Pinder scored the lone goal.

Bermudian Springs 3, Littlestown 1: At Littlestown, the York-Adams Division I champion Eagles improved to 9-0-0 in division action. No other details were reported.

Fairfield 5, Biglerville 3: At Fairfield, the Green Knights won the Adams County match. No other details were reported.

Hanover 2, Delone Catholic 0: At McSherrystown, the Hawkettes edged their cross-town rivals. No other details were available.

 

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FIELD HOCKEY

Central York 7, Spring Grove 0: At Central, Amanda Miller had a hat trick to lead the Panthers. Greta Plappert added two goals, while Alexis Young and Paige Harrold added one each. Plappert and Young also each had two assists, while Sara Rilatt had one. Abbie Timperio had four saves to record the shutout. The Panthers improved to 7-2-1 in York-Adams Division I. Central won the JV match, 1-0.

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West York’s Paige Gembe, left, and York Suburban’s Marianna Rodas race for possession of the ball during field hockey action at West York on

West York’s Paige Gembe, left, and York Suburban’s Marianna Rodas race for possession of the ball during field hockey action at West York on Monday. (BILL KALINA — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)

FIELD HOCKEY

Central York 4, Dover 0: At Central, Paige Harrold’s hat trick led the Panthers to the York-Adams Division I victory. Alexis Young had one goal and one assist, while Shea McKinney, Mackenzie Dixon and Sara Rilatt each picked up one assist. Central won the JV match, 5-0.

Northeastern 7, Spring Grove 0: At Manchester, Katie Leary (one goal, two assists), Kendra Myer (two goals, one assist) and Scarlett Malave (two goals, one assist) led the way for Northeastern, which outshot the visiting Rockets, 16-2. Bobcats’ goalie Erin Hollerbush had two saves. Cimille Lecrone made 11 stops in goal for Spring Grove. In JV action, Spring Grove won, 1-0.

York Suburban 1, West York 0: At West York, the visitors came away with the upset win. Suburban improved to 1-6-1 in York-Adams Division II. West York fell to 4-3-1. No other details were reported.

Kennard-Dale 2, Eastern 1: At Fawn Grove, the Rams led 2-0 at the half and held on for the victory. Morgan Day and Jordan Miller each had a K-D goal, while Renee Gering picked up an assist. For the Golden Knights, Ashton Evans scored the lone goal, while Holly Caldwell added the assist. K-D won the JV match, 1-0.

Red Lion 2, South Western 1: At Hanover, Gil Orwig’s goal at the 21:14 mark of the second half broke a 1-1 tie. Kynslee Shepherd recorded the assist on the Orwig goal, while Jayla Godfrey scored a first- half Red Lion goal. Montana Utz scored the lone goal for the Mustangs. The JV match ended in a 0-0 tie.

Dallastown 3, New Oxford 0: At Dallastown, Bryna Cook scored one goal and picked up two assists to lead the Wildcats to the York-Adams Division I victory. Sawyer Eckenrode scored one goal and added one assist, while Jordan Bertok scored one goal. Dallastown improved to 10-0-0 in the division. Dallastown won the JV match, 4-0.

Gettysburg 4, Susquehannock 0: At Gettysburg, Sydney Tomassini and Katelyn Gormley each scored two goals for the Warriors. Gormley also had an assist. Kristi Langhans had 29 saves for Susquehannock. Gettysburg won the JV match, 4-0.

Hanover 3, Fairfield 2: At Hanover, Maddie Dell scored two goals to lead the Hawkettes.

Bermudian Springs 6, Delone Catholic 0: At York Springs, Mackenzie Farley led the Eagles by scoring two goals and adding one assist. Bermudian won the JV match, 1-0.

 

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The Dallastown field hockey team just keeps on rolling in York-Adams Division I action.

The first-place Wildcats went on the road and downed the second-place Central York Panthers on Thursday afternoon, 4-0.

Coach Jeri Myers’ team improved to 9-0-0 in Division I action, while the Panthers fell to 5-2-1.

Haylee Anders, Olivia Talley, Bryna Cook and Maggie Noll scored for Dallastown, while Cook, Talley and Jenny Manning added assists.

Dallastown had a 6-2 edge in shots on goal and a 9-2 edge in corners.

Karley Andrews and Syd Terroso each had one save in Dallastown’s shutout. Abbie Timperio had three saves for Central.

Dallastown also won the JV match, 3-0.

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Susquehannock 5, Eastern 4: At Wrightsville, Camryn Burk’s goal with four seconds remaining in the match clinched the comeback victory for the Warriors. Burk also scored the tying goal with 7:54 remaining. Also for the winners, Ally Kerr scored two goals, while Brooke Morris scored one goal. For the Golden Knights, Bri Goodling scored two goals, while Ashton Evans and Rachel Deppen each scored one goal. The Warriors trailed 4-1 with under 20 minutes left in the match.

New Oxford 2, Spring Grove 1 (OT): At Spring Grove, Carly Flickinger’s goal with 12:10 remaining in overtime lifted the Colonials over the Rockets. Spring Grove struck first when Kayla Snyder converted Alli Hoff’s pass into a goal at the 8:21 mark of the opening half. Shaela Pagnanelli tied the match for New Oxford when she scored at 24:46 of the second half. Kaelyn Long supplied the assist on both New Oxford goals. The JV match ended in a scoreless tie.

Bermudian Springs 3, Hanover 1: At Hanover, Mackenzie Farley delivered a goal and an assist for Bermudian. Ashley Myers and Nicole Wolf also scored for the Eagles. Nancy Diaz scored for Hanover. The Nighthawks won the JV match, 2-1.

South Western 1, Northeastern 0 (OT): At Manchester, Montana Utz found the back of the net in overtime to clinch the victory. Lauren Schmidt picked up the assist. The Bobcats outshot the visitors, 15-1. The JV match ended in a 0-0 tie.

Gettysburg 5, York Suburban 0: At Suburban, Maggie Fees and Megan Miller each scored one goal and added one assist to lead the Warriors.

Delone Catholic 1, Biglerville 0: At McSherrystown, Brianna Milliken scored the lone goal of the match for the Squirettes.

Littlestown 4, Fairfield 3: At Fairfield, the Lady Bolts outlasted the Green Knights. Asia Burgard had three goals for the winners.

Red Lion 3, Dover 0: At Dover, Paige Taylor, Jayla Godfrey and Amy Maciejewski scored the Lady Lions’ goals. Red Lion goalie Jackie Charlton made three saves to record the shutout.
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FIELD HOCKEY

Dallastown 6, Dover 0: At Dallastown, Haylee Anders scored one goal and added two assists to lead the Wildcats to the York-Adams League I victory. Bryna Cook picked up two assists, Maggie Noll scored two goals and Jordan Bertok, Jenny Manning and Molly Lohss each scored one goal. Dallastown improved to 8-0-0 in the division.

Red Lion 2, Northeastern 0: At Red Lion, Jayla Godfrey scored both goals for the home team. Amy Maciejewski had an assist. Jenna Everett had 10 saves to get the shutout in goal. Red Lion won the JV match, 1-0.

Gettysburg 8, Kennard-Dale 0: At Gettysburg, Sydney Tomassini (three goals, assist), Katelyn Gormley (two goals, three assists) and Kailey Mixell (goal, four assists) powered the Warriors. Emma Bahm made seven saves to get the shutout in goal. K-D goalie Lauren Lisek had 15 saves. Gettysburg won the JV match, 3-0.

Bermudian Springs 7, Fairfield 0: At York Springs, Mackenzie Farley (two goals, three assists), Brooke Zehr (two goals) and Nickie Wolf (two goals) sparked Bermudian. Sarah Crane had five saves to get the shutout. Fairfield’s Allison Wagner had 22 saves.

Susquehannock 3, York Suburban 0: At Glen Rock, Camryn Burk, Julianne Martinez and Maddie Tomasic each had a score for Susquehannock. Burk also had an assist. Keeper Kristy Langhan made five saves for the Warriors. Goalie Colleen Dommel tallied 11 stops for the Trojans. In JV action, Susquehannock won, 1-0.

South Western 2, New Oxford 1: At Hanover, Montana Utz scored both South Western goals, including the game winner in overtime. Lauren Slonaker scored for New Oxford. Hannah Glover made six saves to get the win. The JV match ended in a 0-0 tie.

West York 3, Eastern York 1: At West York, the Bulldogs grabbed the York-Adams Division II triumph. No other details were available.

Littlestown 4, Delone Catholic 0: At Littlestown, the home team rolled to the York-Adams Division II win. No other details were available.

By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
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Madison Miller, left, and Ally Williams celebrate a goal by the West York field hockey team in their &quot;Kilts for a Cause&quot; charity game on Monday

Madison Miller, left, and Ally Williams celebrate a goal by the West York field hockey team in their “Kilts for a Cause” charity game on Monday against the football team. The field hockey team rolled to a 5-0 victory. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
West York head football coach Ron Miller provides a bit of defensive coverage for the football team as they face the field hockey team in the &quot;Kilts

West York head football coach Ron Miller provides a bit of defensive coverage for the football team as they face the field hockey team in the “Kilts for a Cause” game on Monday. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

The idea of the West York field hockey team calling out one of the boys’ athletic teams started out as a joke last year.

But it appears to have grown into something much larger and more meaningful.

Or at least, that’s what Bulldog coach Amanda Steigleman is hoping it will become.

After delivering a challenge to the then two-time Class AAA state championship baseball team that resulted in a close field hockey victory for Steigleman’s club last season, the second-year coach took her aim in a different direction this season. A simple email to football coach Ron Miller led to some friendly back-and-forth bantering that turned into Monday’s “Kilts for a Cause” charity field hockey game.

When Miller accepted the invitation about three weeks ago, the two sides set out to make the event more than just a game. Steigleman, who gave birth to her third child a couple months ago, got to thinking about the less fortunate while caring for her newborn. So she set out with a goal to raise goods and awareness for the York Rescue Mission’s Women’s and Children’s Shelter to help in the fight against domestic violence.

Little did she know just how timely her suggestion would become. With the nation focused on just that topic after several incidents that have plagued the NFL of late, the event became even more meaningful for everyone involved. It probably helped the two teams collect more than 2,500 items for the charity.

“Last year was just kind of a joke, but this year I got the idea of making it more meaningful, with the thought of giving something back to our community,” Steigleman said. “And Coach Miller is usually a pretty good sport about stuff, but I didn’t know how he would react.”

It didn’t take too much coaxing to get Miller to sign off on the ideal.

“Coach Amanda reached out and I’m glad that we could help,” Miller said. “The girls support us every Friday night and my guys get down to support them whenever we can.”

To go along with the challenge of raising goods for charity, the friendly contest also included a wager. If the football team lost, the players would have to wear kilts to school the next day. Conversely, if the field hockey team fell, those players would have to paint their faces in support of the football team this Friday against Kennard-Dale.

It was pretty clear after the opening whistle that there was little chance of the football players avoiding the kilts. They dropped a decisive 5-0 decision.

“We were over our skis big time,” said Miller, who even participated in the action for a couple shifts. “We were way over-matched tonight.”

Steigleman, who helped officiate the contest, was pleased to hear just how much new-found respect that some of the “tough-guy” football players now have for field hockey.

“I think that sometimes the guys just think it’s all about running around with a stick,” she said. “And there were guys behind me making comments like ‘how long are your halves?’ and ‘you run around like this for 30 minutes?’ And I was like ‘yeah, and that’s just a half’ And they were like ‘wow.'”

Despite the one-sided outcome, it was clear that both sides had a blast participating.

“It was really fun,” said Ally Williams, who scored a goal in the victory. “Some of the football players were talking smack. And I just really wanted to show them that we weren’t here to mess around. And I just really wanted to beat my friend Cash Gladfelter.”

Gladfelter, who was perhaps one of the most, if not the most, skilled player for the football side, admitted to gaining a new respect for Williams and her teammates.

“It’s a lot tougher than I thought it would be,” Gladfelter said. “I thought it would be just like a normal Sunset Hockey League — where we play in our sneakers on the basketball court — stuff, but then I realized that I couldn’t use the other side of the stick. So I was out of luck. And it’s a lot of running. I got tired after the first couple of minutes.”

Miller, like any good coach, jokingly took the blame for his team’s demise.

“I didn’t have my guys prepared,” Miller kidded. “We probably would have needed to hire some more help over the weekend to take care of it.”

Steigleman made sure that Miller and his team would have their kilts to take home with them to wear Tuesday for school. And she’s hoping a number of them will wear them when her team hosts Eastern York in a York-Adams League Division II showdown at 4:15 p.m. as well.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

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FIELD HOCKEY

Shippensburg 2, South Western 1 (OT): At Hanover, theGreyhounds found the back of the net in the extra time to securethe victory. For the Mustangs, Bailey Moses scored the lone goal,while Montana Utz picked up the assist.

Northern York 3, Red Lion 0: At Red Lion, the Lions wereoutshot 13-4 and dropped the non-league match. Devon Hakescored all three goals for the Polar Bears.

Delone Catholic 0, Bishop McDevitt 0 (OT): At McSherrystown, neither team was able tofind the back of the net. Tiffany Small made seven stops for the Squirettes in goal.

Spring Grove 0, Waynesboro 0: At Spring Grove, neither team could score in the non-leaguecontest.

 

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The Central York and Red Lion field hockey teams battled through regulation and overtime on Wednesday, but still couldn’t come up with a winner, settling for a 1-1 tie in a York-Adams Division I contest.

Central moves to 3-1-1 in the division, while Red Lion is 3-2-1.

Central’s Paige Harrold scored in the first half, off an assist from Sara Rilatt. Jayla Godfrey scored an unassisted second-half goal for Red Lion.

Central goalie Abbie Timperio had 10 saves, while Red Lion goalie Jena Everett had seven saves.

Central won the JV match, 1-0.

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Northeastern 3, New Oxford 1: Scarlett Malave and Carly Brenner led the way for Northeastern. Brenner accounted for both of Northeastern’s second-half scores, the latter assisted by Malave, who put the Bobcats on the board with a first-half goal. Northeastern keeper Erin Hollerbush had two stops. Lauren Flonaker tallied New Oxford’s lone score in the second half. Teammate Sydney Leete made four saves. In junior varsity, New Oxford won, 1-0.

Dallastown 2, South Western 0: At Dallastown, Bryna Cook and Lydia Trout each scored one goal to lead the Wildcats to the York-Adams Division I victory. Jenny Manning picked up an assist on the Cook goal, while Maggie Noll added an assist on the Trout goal. The Wildcats held the Mustangs to zero shots on goal. Dallastown improved 6-0-0 in the division.

Kennard-Dale 2, York Suburban 0: At Fawn Grove, Emmie Dressel and Morgan Day each scored one goal. Taylor Rill assisted on the Dressel goal, while Morgan Bowings picked up an assist on the Day goal. Suburban goalie Colleen Dommel made 17 stops in goal.

Spring Grove 1, Dover 0: At Spring Grove, Hannah Sheffer’s second-half goal broke a 0-0 tie and gave the Rockets all the offense they would need to capture the Division I victory.

West York 2, Susquehannock 0: At West York, the Bulldogs captured the York-Adams Division II victory. West York improved to 2-1-1 in the division, while Susquehannock fell to 2-2-0. No other game details were reported.

Gettysburg 10, Eastern 0: At Gettysburg, Emily Spangler’s two goals and one assist led the Warriors. Gettysburg won the JV match 5-0.

Bermudian Springs 6, Littlestown 1: At York Springs, Mackenzie Farley led the Eagles by scoring four goals and adding one assist. Bermudian won the JV match, 2-1.

Hanover 4, Delone Catholic 1: At Hanover, Morgan Herrick led the Hawkettes’ offense with three goals.

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FIELD HOCKEY

Central York 3, Northeastern 1: At Manchester, Paige Harrold and Sara Rilatt each had a goal and an assist to lead the Panthers. Alexis Young also scored for Central. Carly Brenner had Northeastern’s goal. Abbie Timperio had three saves to get the win in goal. Erin Hollerbush had six saves in a losing cause. The Panthers improved to 3-1 in York-Adams Division I. Central won the JV match, 2-0.

By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
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Dallastown’s Molly Lohss handles the ball with pressure from Red Lion’s Jackie Golden during action at Horn Field on Monday. Dallastown won

Dallastown’s Molly Lohss handles the ball with pressure from Red Lion’s Jackie Golden during action at Horn Field on Monday. Dallastown won 2-0. Bill Kalina photo – bkalina@yorkdispatch.com
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RED LION — While there was little of the overly physical play that has become a hallmark of a Dallastown-Red Lion field hockey match, the competitiveness certainly was not lacking Monday afternoon at Horn Field.

For nearly 60 minutes on the turf at Red Lion’s home digs, just one goal — by Wildcat forward Bryna Cook with nine minutes left in the first half — separated the two York-Adams League Division I powers.

While the visitors pretty much dominated the first half, there were a few scary moments when the Lions almost evened things up in the second half.

Dallastown, however, was able to survive and received a clinching goal from Olivia Talley with under a minute remaining to claim an important 2-0 triumph.

“It was exciting,” said Cook, who also assisted on Talley’s goal. “They came out in the second half and we got caught laying back a little bit. So we had to pick it up.”

The Lions were held without a shot over the first 30 minutes, when the defending York-Adams League champions controlled play. Just over 12 minutes into the final half, the hosts picked things up with the second of their three penalty corners for the match.

Dallastown goalie Karley Andrews, who played most of the second half after subbing in for Syd Terroso, was up the task, making the only two saves her team needed.

“In the second half they started getting momentum,” longtime Dallastown head coach Jeri Myers said. “We weren’t running through balls like we should have. We were a little hesitant because you want to make all the stops. We just have to have confidence in what we do.”

Cook agreed.

“I was getting a little nervous when they had that corner,” she said. “They were getting chances, but we have good goalies.”

The Wildcats were able to survive those flurries without the typical scrum ensuing afterwards, something that Cook and her teammates were actually pleased with.

“Yeah, it was pretty close,” Cook said. “But it stayed clean, which usually it doesn’t. Usually it gets pretty bad.”

The visitors were unable to convert on a penalty shot with 10:13 left in the second half when the normally sure-handed Haylee Anders ripped her attempt just wide of the cage.

“She’s usually our steady person,” Myers said. “She’s the one where, as a sophomore, she won the county championship for us against Red Lion. But, you know, you miss every once in awhile.”

The contest was the first battle between the two rivals on the turf at Horn Field with the new scoreboard in operation. A camera shot from the press box displayed the action on the big screen throughout the contest.

Myers didn’t even realize it was up there until late in the match, while Cook admitted to getting a little distracted, but only during the intermission.

“During halftime they had videos playing and I kept getting caught looking over,” Cook said. “It was a little distracting, but it’s nice.”

Dallastown is now 5-0-0 in Division I, while Red Lion fell to 3-2-0.

OTHER FIELD HOCKEY

Kennard-Dale 2, Eastern York 0: At Wrightsville, Morgan Bowings and Calie Swegon scored goals and Emmie Dressel and Morgan Day provided assists for K-D. Eastern’s Emily Bodien had six saves. K-D won the JV match, 2-1.

Gettysburg 5, Susquehannock 0: At Glen Rock, Gettysburg rolled in a meeting of Warriors. Katelyn Gormley had two goals and Emily Spangler had two assists to lead Gettysburg. Kristy Langhen had 33 saves for Susquehannock. Susquehannock won the JV game, 1-0.

West York 0, York Suburban 0: At Suburban, neither team could score in regulation or overtime. Chloe Smith had 14 saves for West York, while Colleen Dommel had six saves for Suburban.

South Western 2, Spring Grove 0: At Hanover, Lauren Schmidt and Bailey Moses scored goals for the Mustangs. Camille Lecrone had nine saves for Spring Grove. The JV game ended in a 2-2 tie.

New Oxford 6, Dover 2: At Dover, Sabrina Pinder had two goals in a losing effort. Sarah Pagnanelli had two New Oxford goals.

Bermudian Springs 7, Delone Catholic 0: At McSherrystown, Mackenzie Farley powered the Eagles with two goals and one assist.

Littlestown 3, Biglerville 2: At Littlestown, the home team triumphed. No other details were reported.

Hanover 5, Fairfield 0: At Fairfield, the visitors cruised. No other details were reported.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.


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