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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



DALLASTOWN — Dallastown’s field hockey team didn’t have to deal with a loss this season until Monday.

A 1-0 setback at New Oxford put the Wildcats in a rare looking-to-bounce-back mode when Central York arrived on Tuesday afternoon for a York-Adams Division I match.

Dallastown’s players reacted to the first loss of the season the way that veteran coach Jeri Myers hoped they would — by coming out and dominating play.


Red Lion 8, Dover 0: At Red Lion, the Lions struck for five first-half goals to pace themselves to the shutout victory. Gill Orwig scored three times for Red Lion, while Jayla Godfrey scored twice. The Lions also won the JV match, 2-0.

Susquehannock 5, Eastern York 1: At Glen Rock, Maddie McGowan and Emily Houska each scored a pair of goals to help the Warriors defend their turf. Camryn Burk also scored for Susquehannock. The visiting Golden Knights got a goal from Holly Caldwell.

Gettysburg 14, York Suburban 0: At Gettysburg, Kailey Mixell scored on an assist from Madi Hirneisen late in the first half for the 100th goal of the season for the Warriors during their rout of the Trojans.

Bermudian Springs 6, Hanover 1: At York Springs, the Eagles scored four of their six goals in the first half to get off to a quick start and cruise to the easy win. Mackenzie Farley scored four goals for Bermudian, while Brooke Zehr and Lexi Lauchbaum also scored. Bryclyn Kuhn had the only goal for Hanover.

West York 3, Kennard-Dale 2: At West York, the Bulldogs earned the one-goal win. No other details were reported.

New Oxford 6, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, Carly Flickinger and Braxtin Reddinger each scored two goals to lead the Colonials.

Central York 3, Spring Grove 0: At Central York, the home side broke open a 1-0 halftime game by scoring twice in the second half. The Panthers got two goals and an assist from Greta Plappert and another goal from Amanda Miller. Rockets’ goalie Camille Lecrone stopped six shots. Central also won the JV game, 2-0.

Susquehannock 5, York Suburban 0: At Suburban, the Warriors got goals from Emily Houska, Camryn Burke, Brooke Morris, Abby Grim and Ellie Lindauer in the shutout win. Susquehannock improved to 5-1 in York-Adams Division II.

Gettysburg 5, Kennard-Dale 1: At Fawn Grove, after building a 2-0 halftime lead, the York-Adams Division II leaders scored three more times in the second half to knock off the Rams. Madi Hirneisen and Emily Spangler each scored twice for Gettysburg. Bailey Sisler scored the only goal for K-D, with Elizabeth Six adding the assist.

Bermudian Springs 10, Fairfield 1: At Fairfield, Mackenzie Farley poured in six goals, while Nicki Wolf and Morgan Williams added two each to lead the Eagles.

Red Lion 7, Northeastern 1: At Manchester, the visitors dominated. No other details were available.

Hanover 4, Biglerville 2: At Hanover, the visitors grabbed the victory. No other details were available.


Football coach Jeremy Jones, left, blocks West York field hockey player Ally Williams during Monday’s "Kilts for a Cause" game. The field

Football coach Jeremy Jones, left, blocks West York field hockey player Ally Williams during Monday’s “Kilts for a Cause” game. The field hockey team earned a 3-0 win, meaning the football players will have to wear kilts to school on Tuesday. (BIL BOWDEN — For The York Dispatch)

Sometimes it’s OK to have a little fun, even if it means having football players masquerading as field hockey competitors.

Such was the case Monday afternoon when the West York High School football team took some time out of its schedule to scrimmage the Bulldogs’ field hockey squad in a friendly “Kilts for a Cause” showdown.


Northern York 2, Red Lion 1: At Dillsburg, Jayla Godfrey scored first to give the Lions the lead, but they couldn’t hold on. Jena Everett made seven saves for Red Lion. Katherine Hixenbaugh scored both Northern goals. The JV match ended in a 1-1 tie.

South Western 2, Shippensburg 2: At Shippensburg, the Mustangs managed a tie behind goals from Montana Utz and Lilly Soullaird. Utz also assisted on Soullaird’s goal.

Bermudian Springs 7, York Suburban 0: At Suburban, Mackenzie Farley recorded four goals to lead the Eagles. Nicole Wolf added a pair of goals to the winning cause and Brooke Zehr rounded out the scoring for Bermudian.

Central York 3, South Western 0: At Central, Greta Plappert led the Panthers by scoring all three goals. Sara Rilatt picked up two assists. The Panthers, now 5-2 in York-Adams Division I, only allowed two shots on goal.

Gettysburg 10, Eastern York 0: At Wrightsville, Kailey Mixell led the Warriors (4-0 in York-Adams Division II) by scoring four goals. Gettysburg won the JV match, 3-0.

Bermudian Springs 6, Biglerville 0: At York Springs, Mackenzie Farley scored all six goals to lead the Eagles.

Dallastown 2, South Western 1 (OT): At South Western, Molly Lohss’ overtime goal was the difference. The Wildcats had taken 1-0 lead after the first half thanks to a Katie Doherty goal before seeing South Western’s Montana Utz force overtime with her second-half score. Dallastown improved to 6-0-0 in York-Adams Division I.

Central York 3, Red Lion 1: At Red Lion, Greta Plappert scored a pair of goals to lead the Panthers. Kyra Heap rounded out the scoring for Central. Hayley Taylor converted a Gill Orwig assist for Red Lion’s lone goal. Both teams are now 4-2 in York-Adams Division I.

Susquehannock 2, West York 0: At Glen Rock, Brooke Morris and Camryn Burk scored just 74 seconds apart in the first half to give the Warriors the victory. Susquehannock goalie Kristi Langhans made three saves for the shutout. Chloe Smith stopped five shots for West York in goal. Both teams entered with 2-1 records in York-Adams Division II. The Warriors also won the JV match, 5-0.

Spring Grove 5, Dover 0: At Dover, Morgan Hagerman scored three times for the Rockets. Lauren Guise and Corrine Mummert also struck for Spring Grove. The Rockets also won the JV game, 6-0.

Bermudian Springs 1, Littlestown 0: At Littlestown, Brooke Zehr scored the game’s only goal off an assist from Lindsey Brehm.

New Oxford 4, Northeastern 0: At Manchester, Breanne Sauter’s three-goal performance paced the Colonials. Northeastern goalie Ally Shindler made four saves.

Hanover 2, Delone Catholic 1: At McSherrystown, the visitors beat their arch-rival. No other details were reported.


Red Lion’s Jackie Golden, left, covers Dallastown’s Olivia Talley Monday. Talley had the game’s only goal in Dallastown’s 1-0

Red Lion’s Jackie Golden, left, covers Dallastown’s Olivia Talley Monday. Talley had the game’s only goal in Dallastown’s 1-0 victory. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO —

DALLASTOWN – The Dallastown field hockey program has a rich history.

Over 50 years, the Wildcats have accumulated 21 York-Adams Division I titles, to go along with two York-Adams League playoff crowns and two District 3-AAA trophies.

All that success has been fueled by two key elements — Coach Jeri Myers and a bevy of talented players.

While Myers has been a stalwart at the helm since 1981, the players have come and gone. When they graduate, that opens opportunities for those that remain behind.

The latest to follow that path is senior Olivia Talley. Finally getting a chance to shine in a starting role, Talley has made the most of it.


Red Lion 7, Spring Grove 0: At Red Lion, Gill Orwig led the Lions by recording a hat trick and picking up an assist. Also for Red Lion, Marisa Beiler scored two goals, Kynslee Shepherd picked up two assists and Amy Maciejewski and McKayla Cooley each scored one goal. Emily Gillman and Jayla Godfrey each added one assist. The Lions’ defense held the Rockets to one shot on goal. Red Lion won the JV match, 4-0.

Kennard-Dale 2, West York 0: At Fawn Grove, Morgan Bowings and Calie Swegon scored just seven minutes apart in the first half. Emmie Dressel and Liz Six added assists. West York goalie Chloe Smith made three saves.

South Western 2, Dover 0: At Dover, Montana Utz scored both goals for the Mustangs, one each in the first and second half, to earn her team the win over the Eagles. Lilly Soullaird and Taylor Bull each had assists in the game. The Dover keeper made 11 saves in the game.

New Oxford 2, Central York 0: At New Oxford, Kaelyn Long and Braxtin Reddinger scored first-half goals for the Colonials. Both teams entered 2-1 in York-Adams Division I. The JV match ended 0-0.

Gettysburg 10, York Suburban 0: At Suburban, Madi Hirneisen had three of Gettysburg’s goals. Suburban goalie Eliana Craft made 18 saves. Gettyburg also won the JV game, 5-0.

Delone Catholic 2, Biglerville 0: At McSherrystown, Mikayla McCleaf and Tiffany Small scored Delone’s goals.

Bermudian Springs 7, Hanover 0: At York Springs, Mcakenzie Farley had four goals for Bermudian.

Littlestown 3, Fairfield 0: At Fairfield, the Lady Bolts grabbed the shutout win. No other details were available.


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