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By JOHN WALK
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A back-and-forth scoreless regulation, followed by two scoreless overtime periods mostly controlled by Dallastown, led to a shootout Tuesday night in a first-round District 3-AAA field hockey matchup between the Wildcats and Central York.

Under the lights in rainy conditions at York Suburban’s Dick May Stadium, Dallastown and Central each put the ball in the back of the cage on their first two strokes in the best-of-five strokes shootout. On stroke No. 3 and No. 4, each team made a shot and had one blocked, bringing it down to the final stroke to decide the winner.

That is where Central junior goalie Abbie Timperio made the stop of her career, blocking a shot off the stick of Dallastown junior Olivia Talley to keep the shootout tied up. Central junior Amanda Miller followed up by making the fifth stroke, sealing the shootout, 4-3, and giving No. 12 seed Central York the victory. The final score officially read 1-0 over No. 5 seed Dallastown.

“The best thing for me to do is to not look at their eyes and their body because then they just try to fake you out,” Timperio said when asked how she went about blocking Dallastown’s final pair of shootout strokes. “You really have to watch the ball. You just try to last as long as you can. And believe in yourself that you can do it.”

It’s the first time Central York (14-5-1) has advanced to the district quarterfinal round since 2006. It’s also the first time the Panthers beat Dallastown (16-4) in many years — not even longtime coach Lori Livingston could recall the last time that happened.

“It feels great right now because we’ve never beat Dallastown before,” Timperio said. “To beat them in stroke-outs, that’s a huge thing for me. It’s a great feeling.”

Timperio tallied seven saves in regulation and the two 15-minute overtime periods. While Central battled throughout the night, the Panthers managed to put one shot on goal, something longtime Dallastown coach Jeri Myers pointed out after the game.

“Oh, definitely we dominated. All we had to do was put the ball in the cage. That’s all we had to do,” Myers said. “Their goalie had one unbelievably lucky shot because that ball was going in several times. And on the corners, same thing. Sometimes goalies are lucky.”

The York-Adams Division I champion Wildcats beat Central, the league tournament runner-up, in both regular-season matchups, each time by a two-goal margin. But Livingston noted her team has slowly been building to full strength and is now clicking on all cylinders.

“Our first game against them (Dallastown) this year we had a lot of players out of position. We were still trying to figure out our lineup the first game,” Livingston said. “The second time we played them we had a couple players out with injuries and we didn’t play well. But by the end of the season we got everybody back. And we kind of got everybody in the positions we felt were best. And we were playing very well. I had a couple coaches in the league tell me we might be able to beat them if we stuck to our game plan.”

Next round: The Panthers will next face No. 4 seed Penn Manor on Saturday at a site and time to be determined. Penn Manor (19-3) beat No. 13 seed Governor Mifflin (12-9), 3-0 on Tuesday. Penn Manor last year reached the district semifinals and two years ago won the district title. Central might be outmatched on paper, but it’s worth noting the last time a Panthers team came this far eight years ago, Central was a No. 13 seed and pushed No. 5 seed Central Dauphin to overtime.

OTHER district 3 FIELD HOCKEY

Conrad Weiser 3, Bermudian Springs 0: At Lower Dauphin, the Eagles’ season came to an end with a first-round Class AA loss. Bermudian won the York-Adams Division III regular-season crown. The 10th-seeded Eagles finished with a 16-4 record. Seventh-seeded Conrad Weiser improved to 15-4. Sarah Crane had 14 saves for Bermudian.

Greenwood 2, Gettysburg 0: At York Suburban, the York-Adams League champion Warriors were ousted in the first-round of the AA playoffs. The sixth-seeded Warriors finished at 18-2. No. 11 seed Greenwood improved to 15-5. Emma Bahm made 10 saves for Gettysburg.

— Reach John Walk at jwalk@yorkdispatch.com.

By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
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Central York’s Alexis Young, right, and Bermudian Springs’ Morgan Williams chase after the ball on Thursday night. Young scored the

Central York’s Alexis Young, right, and Bermudian Springs’ Morgan Williams chase after the ball on Thursday night. Young scored the game-winning goal in Central’s 1-0 overtime victory. (Bil Bowden photo)
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MANCHESTER — In the world of field hockey, dominating play doesn’t always translate to dominating victories

On the other hand, sometimes it does.

Central York and Gettysburg can both confirm that after dominating the York-Adams League Tournament semifinals Thursday night at Northeastern High School.

The Panthers led in every statistical category throughout the night against Division III champ Bermudian Springs but were unable to turn that into a goal through regulation. A 12-3 edge in shots on goal and an 18-4 advantage in penalty corners didn’t matter. The Eagles’ defense and their goalie, Sarah Crane, were able to foil the Division I runner-up.

Even after a goal was waved off early in the first overtime, Central remained confident. And despite a level of frustration that was building after failing to capitalize on many opportunities, senior Alexis Young capped things off with one big shot. Young scored with 7:43 left in the first overtime to send Central to Friday’s final with a 1-0 victory.

Conversely the Warriors had no such experiences against Division I champ Dallastown. Gettysburg thoroughly dominated the scoreboard against Dallastown all night long, even if the final stats ended up fairly even. Nonetheless, Gettysburg cruised to an impressive 3-0 victory to make its first foray into the York-Adams League playoffs a successful one.

Central York (13-5-1) and Gettysburg (18-1) will now square off for the league title at York Suburban at 3:30 p.m. Friday in the league title contest.

The opener was heavy on chances for the Panthers, but light on goals.

“This was very hard,” Central coach Lori Livingston said after surviving against a game Bermudian side. “We had a lot of chances. A lot of chances, but they stopped them all. But then I thought we scored that one (that was waved off). And you just never know.”

All of those worries disappeared when Young was able to break the deadlock with the biggest goal of her season.

“It was a good sound,” said Young, who couldn’t stop smiling. “I haven’t really been a big scorer this year. My teammates have gotten more publicity than myself, but now I feel really good about myself so this makes me feel a little better.”

Young, who had to curl around to the left before her winning shot, was pleasantly surprised that she was able to finish things off.

“I wasn’t sure if it was going to go past (the defender),” Young said. “It wasn’t my strong side (left side), but once I got past her I just kind of moved to the right and was able to get it past the goalie.”

Now the Panthers are off to the program’s first league title game in the tournament’s five-year existence. They’ll face the new kid on the block in Gettysburg. Win or lose Friday, Young and company are not shocked to be in the position they find themselves in.

“A lot of us play together in club, so we knew that we’d be stronger this year,” Young said. “I know in a lot of other sports (at Central) are really good and bring home a lot of championships, but for field hockey I think it’s been since 2007. So to win (Friday) would be great.”

Warriors roll: While the Panthers were waiting for their domination to pay off, there was no such problems for the Warriors.

“We looked really good,” Gettysburg coach Janelle Ebaugh said. “We were strong going after the ball and we really held up strong defensively. Coming out with a 3-0 victory is nice, but I can’t say that I was anticipating it to be that much.”

Ebaugh’s club was dominant throughout the first 30 minutes of play. They set the tone early with two goals and refused to give Dallastown much of a chance to make it a game.

“That first half couldn’t have been any more beautiful,” Ebaugh said. “We could have played a little more, Gettysburg-hockey, in the second half, but we played defensively and that’s fine.”

The Warriors, who scored more than 100 goals during the regular season, got tallies from Megan Miller and Lene Montenegro in the first half in addition to another from Haley Spangler in the second half.

For the Wildcats, who outshot Gettysburg 6-5 and held a 6-4 edge in penalty corners, Head Coach Jeri Myers summed up her team’s play in five simple, but disappointing words.

“It just wasn’t our night,” she said.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

York Dispatch Staff Report

Central York is the No. 1 seed for the upcoming District 3-AAA Boys’ Soccer Tournament.

The Panthers were the only York-Adams League team to earn a top seed on Thursday when the district unveiled its brackets for the boys’ soccer, girls’ soccer and field hockey tournaments. Susquehannock captured No. 2 seeds in both boys’ soccer and girls’ soccer in Class AA.

In all, seven local teams made the boys’ soccer field, while 10 qualified in girls’ soccer and six made the cut in field hockey.

Seedings for all three tournaments were based on power ratings.

AAA boys’ soccer: The Panthers, who won the York-Adams League Division I championship with a perfect 12-0-0 record, are 16-1-1 through Wednesday’s games.

The only other York-Adams team to qualify for the 20-team AAA boys’ field was Dallastown (14-3-1), which was seeded No. 6.

Both the Panthers and Wildcats will open district play on Tuesday. Central York will play host to the winner of Saturday’s game between No. 16 Exeter (9-5-3) and No. 17 Central Dauphin East (11-6-1) at 7:30 p.m. Dallastown will play host to No. 11 Central Dauphin (12-5-1) at 7 p.m.

AA boys’ soccer: In AA boys’ soccer, York-Adams Division II champion Susquehannock (13-4-0) earned the No. 2 seed. Four other York-Adams teams also qualified for the AA bracket: No. 3 Gettysburg (13-3-0), No. 6 West York (12-4-1), No. 7 Biglerville (14-4-0) and No. 12 York Suburban (10-7-0). Biglerville is the York-Adams Division III champion.

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All five local teams in the 18-team AA field will open play on Monday. Susquehannock will play host to the winner of Saturday’s game between No. 15 ELCO (11-6-1) and No. 18 Lampeter-Strasburg (4-11-3) at 7 p.m. Gettysburg will welcome No. 14 Boiling Springs (7-6-3) at 7 p.m., West York will play host to No. 11 Middletown (12-6-0) at 4 p.m., Biglerville will welcome No. 10 Pequea Valley (12-5-1) at 6 p.m. and York Suburban will visit No. 5 Fleetwood (12-4-1) at 5 p.m.

The are no York-Adams teams competing in the 12-team Class A boys’ soccer tournament.

AAA girls’ soccer: In AAA girls’ soccer, three York-Adams teams grabbed berths in the 20-team bracket: No. 5 Central York (16-2-0), No. 7 Dallastown (14-3-0) and No. 9 Dover (14-2-0). Central and Dallastown shared the York-Adams Division I title, while Dover shared the Division II crown with Susquehannock.

All three will open play on Tuesday. Central will play host to No. 12 Cedar Cliff (12-5-1) at 5:30 p.m., Dallastown will welcome No. 10 Elizabethtown (14-3-1) at 7 p.m. and Dover will visit No. 8 Red Land (13-5-0) at 4 p.m.

AA girls’ soccer: In AA girls’ soccer, four local teams will compete in the 18-team field, led by Susquehannock (13-3-0), which earned the No. 2 seed, just like the Warrior boys. Northeastern (11-7-0) is No. 8, York Suburban (12-6-0) is No. 10 and Eastern York (9-9-0) is No. 15.

The Golden Knights will play host to No. 18 seed Bishop McDevitt (6-12-0) at 1 p.m. Saturday in a play-in game. The winner of that game will travel to Susquehannock at 5:30 p.m. Monday. Also on Monday, Northeastern will play host to No. 9 Boiling Springs (12-6-0) at 7:30 p.m. and York Suburban will travel to No. 7 Greencastle-Antrim (11-4-1) at 7 p.m.

A girls’ soccer: Three York-Adams teams made the 12-team Class A bracket, paced by No. 3 York Catholic (13-2-1), which is coming off a York-Adams Division III championship. Fairfield (15-2-0) is seeded No. 5 and Biglerville (8-10-0) is seeded No. 12. The Green Knights will play host to the Canners at 7 p.m. on Monday in a first-round game. York Catholic won’t play until 4 p.m. Thursday, when it will welcome the winner of Monday’s game between No. 6 Tulpehocken (12-5-1) and No. 11 Lancaster Country Day (11-7-0).

AAA field hockey: York-Adams Division I champion Dallastown (16-2-0) earned the No. 5 seed in AAA field hockey, which features 20 teams, followed by No. 12 Central York (12-5-1) and No. 20 Red Lion (10-7-1).

Red Lion will meet No. 13 Gov. Mifflin (10-7-0) at 1 p.m. Saturday at Penn Manor in a play-in game. Dallastown and Central York, meanwhile, will face off against each other at 7 p.m. Tuesday at York Suburban.

AA field hockey: Three York-Adams teams made the 20-team AA field hockey bracket: No. 6 Gettysburg (17-1-0), No. 10 Bermudian Springs (16-2-0) and No. 18 Northeastern (8-9-1).

Gettysburg won the York-Adams Division II title, while Bermudian was the Division III champ.

Northeastern has a play-in game at 3 p.m. Saturday at Milton Hershey vs. No. 15 Susquenita (11-7-0). Gettysburg will face to No. 11 Greenwood (13-5-0) at 5 p.m. Tuesday at York Suburban and Bermudian will meet No. 7 Conrad Weiser (14-3-0) at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Lower Dauphin Middle School.

Go here for the complete pairings.

York Dispatch Staff Report

FIELD HOCKEY

York Suburban 2, Biglerville 1: At Suburban, Madie Devaney led the Trojans by scoring both goals, including the go-ahead goal, which broke a 1-1 tie at the 7:31 mark of the second half. Also for Suburban, Sophie Hovis and Paige Robinson each picked up one assist.

Eastern York 3, Fairfield 1: At Fairfield, the Golden Knights received one goal apiece from Tia Judy, Morgan Buckwalter and Bri Goodling to secure the victory. Also for Eastern, Lydia Massa picked up an assist, while goalie Emily Bodien made 14 stops.

Gettysburg 4, Bermudian Springs 0: At Gettysburg, Katelyn Gormley led the Warriors by scoring two goals and adding one assist. Gettysburg won the JV match, 7-0.

Delone Catholic 2, Susquehannock 1: At McSherrystown, Mikayla McCleaf led the Squirettes by scoring both goals. For the Warriors, Brooke Morris scored the lone goal. Susquehannock won the JV match, 2-1.

 

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FIELD HOCKEY

Dallastown 6, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, the Wildcats finished off a perfect York-Adams Division I season at 14-0-0. Since the 2011 season, the Wildcats have gone 42-0-0 in division action. Dallastown has won 11 of the last 12 division titles and 18 of the last 22. Dallastown also won the JV match, 2-0. No other details were provided.

Central York 4, South Western 0: At Central, Shea McKinney and Paige Harrold each scored two goals to lead the Panthers. Harrold and Greta Plappert each added an assist. Central improved to 12-5-1 overall and finished 11-2-1 in York-Adams Division I.

Eastern 3, Littlestown 2 (OT): At Wrightsville, Bri Goodling’s second goal of the match, at the 9:04 mark of the first overtime, lifted the Golden Knights over the Thunderbolts. Ashton Evans supplied an assist on Goodling’s match-winning shot. Morgan Buckwalter also scored for Eastern. Kelsie Dews and Shelby Dews accounted for Littlestown’s goals.

Hanover 1, Kennard-Dale 0: At Fawn Grove, K-D took seven more shots and seven more corners than the visitors, but Hanover’s Nancy Diaz was the only player to knock the ball into the cage. Diaz scored at 10:28 of the second half to give the Hawkettes the victory. Hanover goalie Emily Albright turned away 10 K-D shots. K-D goalie Lauren Lisek recorded four saves. The Rams won the JV match, 1-0.

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West York 2, Delone Catholic 0: At McSherrystown, Ally Williams and Alyssa Howard each scored one goal, while Maddie Miller picked up an assist. The JV game ended in a 0-0 tie.

Red Lion 2, New Oxford 1: At New Oxford, Jayla Godfrey’s goal with 12:06 remaining in the match broke a 1-1 tie and clinched the York-Adams Division I victory. Also for the Lions, Kynslee Shepherd scored a first-half goal, while Paige Taylor picked up one assist. New Oxford won the JV match, 2-1. Red Lion finished divisional play at 9-4-1.

Gettysburg 6, Biglerville 0: At Biglerville, Kailey Mixell (two goals), Sydney Tomassini (two goals) and Katelyn Gormley (four assists) paced Gettysburg. Tomassini broke the school’s single-season scoring record.

 

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FIELD HOCKEY

Dallastown 2, South Western 0: Bryna Cook scored a goal in the first half and another in the second half to lead the visiting Wildcats to a York-Adams Division I victory. Teammate Molly Lohss had the assist on the second score as Dallastown (13-0 league, 15-2 overall) outshot South Western (7-5-1, 7-8-1), 14-1. Dallastown is the division champion. Mustangs goalie Hannah Glover made nine stops.

York Suburban 1, Littlestown 0, OT: After a scoreless regulation, this one went to overtime, where Ali Ponk put in the game-winning score on an assist from Meghan Sauder. Trojans’ keeper Colleen Dommel tallied seven saves. Littlestown goalie Rebecca Lee made 17 stops. In junior varsity, Suburban won, 3-0.

Bermudian Springs 2, West York 1: Following a scoreless first half, West York took a one-score lead on a goal by Alyssa Howard, which marked the only shot on goal the Bulldogs managed all evening. Bermudian answered with a pair of goals, with Mackenzie Farley getting the first score and then assisting Brooke Zehr on the second goal. West York goalie Chloe Smith made 18 saves.

Central York 3, Red Lion 2: In a back-and-forth contest at Red Lion, both teams traded goals until Central’s Sara Rilatt scored the game-winner with 1:27 left to get the win for the visiting Panthers (10-2-1 league, 10-5-1 overall). Amanda Miller and Alexis Young were responsible for the other two Central scores. Paige Taylor and Kendall Lookingbill had goals for Red Lion (8-4-1, 9-7-1). Lions’ goalie Jenna Everett had four saves. Central keeper Abbie Timperio made two stops.

Gettysburg 10, Fairfield 0: The host Warriors had five players score, led by Megan Miller (three goals, one assist) and Sydney Tomassini (four goals), while goalie Emma Bahm made two saves as Gettysburg improved to 14-1 overall.

Northeastern 3, New Oxford 0: At New Oxford, Corey Brenner led the Bobcats to the York-Adams Division I victory by scoring two goals. Kendra Meyer scored one goal, Scarlett Malave added one assist and Erin Hollerbush made five saves in goal to record the shutout.

Spring Grove 1, Dover 0, OT: Following a scoreless regulation, this one went to overtime, where Spring Grove’s Lydia Harris scored the game-winner.

Hanover 5, Eastern York 1: Ashton Evans had the lone score for the Golden Knights. Morgan Herrick and Hannah Markle each had two scores for Hanover. Teammate Emily Albright made seven saves in goal. Eastern keeper Emily Bodien had four stops.

Kennard-Dale 6, Delone Catholic 2: At McSherrystown, the Rams received one goal apiece from Morgan Day, Maddy Miller, Jordan Miller, Elizabeth Six, Jill Burke and Calie Swegan to capture the win.

Susquehannock 3, Biglerville 2: At Biglerville, the Warriors triumphed in overtime. No other details were reported.

South Western 4, Spring Grove 1: In a game from Monday at Spring Grove, Montana Utz scored three goals to lead the Mustangs, who also got a score from Lauren Schmidt. Olivia Lauer had Spring Grove’s goal.

Northeastern 6, Dover 0: In a game from Monday, the Bobcats rolled past the Eagles. No other details were reported.

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FIELD HOCKEY

Central York 3, Red Land 0: At Central, Shea McKinney, Greta Plappert and Leah Keller scored goals to lead the Panthers to the non-league win. Plappert also had an assist. Abbie Timperio had four saves to record the shutout. Central improved to 10-5-1 overall.

 

By STEVE HEISER
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Welcome to Super Tuesday in the York-Adams League.

In a perfect scheduling storm, there are late-season showdowns all across the league in various sports that will likely decide division championships and also have a significant impact on league and District 3 playoff seedings.

In most cases, the programs involved are traditional powers with rich histories in the sport.

Here’s a quick look at Tuesday’s many key contests:

SOCCER:

It starts in soccer, where there are no less than four pivotal battles that will pit unbeaten division teams against one-loss squads. In each case, the unbeaten team can wrap up the outright division crown with a victory.

Division I boys: In D-I boys’ action, Dallastown travels to Central York for 7 p.m. battle.

Central enters the match at 10-0-0 in the division and 14-1-1 overall. Dallastown comes in at 9-1-0 in the division and 14-2-0 overall. In their previous meeting this season on Sept. 16, Central came away with a 4-2 victory, thanks largely to a standout performance from Igor Gomes, who scored the game’s first two goals. Gomes recently moved to York County from Angola.

These two teams are certainly no strangers to soccer success. Since 2006, Dallastown owns six D-I titles and Central York has two, including the 2013 crown.

Division I girls: Dallastown and Central also square off in a D-I girls’ tussle at 7 p.m. at Dallastown.

The division records are the same as in the boys’ battle — Central is 10-0-0 and Dallastown is 9-1-0. The Panthers are 15-1-0 overall, while Dallastown is 12-3-0.

When the teams last met on Sept. 16, Central came away with a 2-1 triumph, with Sheayna Pamplin collecting a goal and an assist for the winners.

These two teams tied for the division crown a year ago, but Dallastown has dominated over recent years, winning five straight outright D-I crowns before 2013.

Division II girls: Susquehannock and Dover have ruled D-II girls’ soccer this season.

Susquehannock is 11-0-0 in D-II play and Dover is 9-1-0. Both teams are 12-2-0 overall. They will square off at 4 p.m. at Dover.

The Warriors beat Dover earlier this season, 3-0, ending the Eagles’ 32-match D-II winning streak. Susquehannock’s Ashley Stone came up big in goal in that game, making nine clutch saves.

The Eagles are the defending D-II champions.

Division III girls: York Catholic will try to claim the outright D-III title with a home victory over visiting Fairfield at 4 p.m.

York Catholic rolled in the previous matchup at Fairfield, 3-0, behind two goals from Lizzie Johnson.

Overall, the Lady Irish are 11-2-1, while the Green Knights stand at 13-1-0.

York Catholic is the defending division champion, while Fairfield took the championship in 2012.

CROSS COUNTRY:

The regular-season cross country schedule wraps up with big runs at Spring Grove, York Suburban and York Tech (York Township Community Park). Each run is set to start at 4:30 p.m.

Division I boys: The D-I boys’ cross country championship will be determined when Red Lion, Dallastown and Central York collide at Spring Grove.

Red Lion, Dallastown and Central are each 3-0 in D-I contests. The runners to watch here will likely be Mike Lundy (Central), Ethan Gatchell (Red Lion) and Jonathan Buytenhuys (Dallastown).

Over the past five years, Dallastown owns three D-I crowns, while Red Lion has two.

Division I girls: The meet at Spring Grove will also decide the D-I girls’ championship.

Red Lion and Central are each 3-0.

Paige Hartman will likely lead the way for Central, while Tristan Schluderberg normally paces the Lions.

The Central girls have won four D-I titles since 2008, while Red Lion last won the D-I crown in 2011.

Division II girls: At Suburban, the Trojans will try to continue their rich tradition of cross country success in a meet involving Susquehannock, West York and Kennard-Dale.

The Trojans, Susquehannock and K-D each enter at 3-0 in the division.

Olivia Gettle leads the Suburban pack, while Kayla White is the leader for K-D. Susquehannock’s top runner is Rachel Banchiere.

Suburban has won 13 straight York-Adams division crowns.

Division III girls: The two parochial schools in the York-Adams League will likely decide the D-III girls’ title in a meet at York Tech, that also involves Biglerville and Fairfield.

Both Catholic schools enter at 2-0 in the division.

Katie Mowery is Delone’s top runner, while Lindsey China is a standout for the Irish.

Delone is going for a third-straight D-III crown, while the Irish won the four prior to that, from 2008 through 2011.

VOLLEYBALL:

The girls’ volleyball season isn’t quite as far along as the soccer or cross country seasons, but there is one big battle on Tuesday.

Division II girls: West York can inch closer to the D-II crown with a win over visiting York Suburban at 7 p.m.

West York stands at 9-1 in the division, while Suburban is 7-3 and tied for second with Susquehannock.

The Bulldogs took the first meeting, 3-0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-21). Another West York victory would keep the Bulldogs at least two games ahead of their nearest foe with just three regular-season matches left.

West York is after its first York-Adams division crown since 1986.

— Reach Steve Heiser at sheiser@yorkdispatch.com

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.

 

York Dispatch Staff Report

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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