Archive for the ‘Girls’ Basketball’ Category

By ELIJAH ARMOLD
505-5406/@EADispatch

York Tech winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are Donte Grim, left, and Keevon Rice. Each received a 7,500 scholarship from the

York Tech winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are Donte Grim, left, and Keevon Rice. Each received a 7,500 scholarship from the Gretchen Wolf Swartz Sportsmanship Award committee. (SUBMITTED)

The annual sports awards night at York Tech on June 3 was extra special this year for Donte Grim and Keevon Rice.

The seniors benefited from the boys’ basketball team having won its first Gretchen Wolf Swartz Sportsmanship Award at the end of the season. Grim and Rice recently won the two individual $7,500 scholarships awarded to senior members of the program.

The Spartans’ program was selected after the basketball season in a vote of the York Chapter of the PIAA Basketball Officials. The Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Fund board of directors then selected the individual scholarship winners in May.

Although Rice went to the ceremony knowing he had won something, the scholarship and what it was for came as a complete surprise.

“When we found out we got invited to the awards, and that everyone had won something, I thought mine would be for my attendance,” said Rice, who only missed one day of school from kindergarten through his high school graduation.

Grim had a slight idea that the scholarship was a possibility, but was still surprised to hear his name called.

“It was a nice surprise,” said Grim of winning the award. “I had a little bit of an idea it might come. It really means a lot.”

Gretchen Wolf Swartz was a York County basketball official from 1981 through 1995. Following her untimely death from leukemia in 1997, her fellow officials created the memorial team awards and a scholarship fund to promote and honor the sportsmanship she championed.

Each year, at season’s end, the York-Adams basketball officials vote to recognize one boys’ and girls’ program. The winning program displays the highest conduct all season long on many levels, including its players, fans, faculty, students, managers, coaches and cheerleaders, ranging from junior high through varsity.

This was the first year the Tech boys were chosen. The Biglerville girls’ program was also honored this season. Rebecca Isaac and Maddie Wenk were also awarded $7,5000 scholarships. The Canner girls were previously honored in 2007 and 2011. The Biglerville boys received the award in 2009.

Grim was not only delighted with winning the scholarship, but proud he could help the program win the award as well.

“It was a real honor because me and Keevon were the first to ever get it from Tech,” Grim said.

Rice echoed his teammates’ sentiments.

“That was a big thing, knowing that it was our first time ever winning,” Rice said. “And it was a big help to my college funds.”

Grim said he is leaning toward attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology to study either mechanical engineering or machining. He is also considering playing basketball for the school.

Rice, who also played football for the Spartans, is temporarily putting aside his athletic career to focus on architectural drafting at Pittsburgh Technical Institute. He is open to the possibility of a transfer to pursue college basketball in a few years.

Biglerville High School winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are, front, from left, Rebecca Isaac and Madeline Wenk. In the back,

Biglerville High School winners of the 2015 Gretchen Wolf Swartz Scholarship Awards are, front, from left, Rebecca Isaac and Madeline Wenk. In the back, from left, are Gretchen Wolf Swartz Sportsmanship Award board members Pat Gebhart and Coni Wolf, and Biglerville athletic director Anthony Graham. (SUBMITTED)

This year’s $30,000 in total scholarships reflects a significant increase over last year, when one member from each winning team won a $7,500 scholarship, and another from each team won a $2,500 scholarship.

The first scholarships – both in the amount of $1,000 – were awarded in 2001. More than $50,000 in scholarship dollars have since been awarded.

— Reach Elijah Armold at earmold@yorkdispatch.com

 

By STEVE HEISER
505-5446/@ydsports

Delone Catholic’s Maddie Comly, center, battles Dallastown’s Samantha Smith, left, and Debria Hendricks this past season. Comly was named to

Delone Catholic’s Maddie Comly, center, battles Dallastown’s Samantha Smith, left, and Debria Hendricks this past season. Comly was named to the Class AA all-state girls’ basketball team. (YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO)

Three York-Adams League players and two more from the now-closed Hilda Goodling Impact Academy have been named to the Pennsylvania Sports Writers All-State Basketball Teams.

Delone Catholic’s Maddie Comly was selected to the Class AA Girls’ First Team, while Dallastown’s Amari Johnson was picked for the AAAA Girls’ Second Team.

On the boys’ side, York High’s Jahaire Wilson named to the AAAA Third Team. In Class A boys, Caesar DeJesus from the Goodling prep team was selected for second-team honors, while Juwan Gooding, from the Goodling scholastic squad, made the third team in Class A.

The 5-foot, 7-inch Comly was the leading girls’ scorer in the York-Adams League at 22.8 points per game. The senior moved up to the AA First Team after earning second-team honors as a junior.

Comly helped the Squirettes to a 21-7 overall record, a share of the York-Adams Division III championship and a berth in the York-Adams League championship game.

She finished her career with 1,648 points and has earned an NCAA Division I scholarship from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey.

Comly was also an all-state volleyball player and helped Delone to the AA state girls’ volleyball title as a junior.

Johnson has also earned an D-I scholarship with Rhode Island.

The 6-1 senior averaged 16.8 points per game this past season, helping Dallastown to an 18-7 overall record, including a York-Adams Division I crown.

She moved past the 1,000-point mark for her career against rival Red Lion in early February.

Advertisement

Wilson, meanwhile, was a do-everything performer for the Bearcats (26-5), leading them to York-Adams Division I, York-Adams League Tournament and District 3-AAAA titles. The 6-4 senior averaged 18.0 points, 11.6 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game.

He topped the 1,000-point mark for his career in mid-January against Spring Grove.

DeJesus, a 6-3 senior, pumped 23.4 points per game for the Goodling prep team. He’s now finishing his high school studies at Steel-High.

Gooding, a 6-foot senior, poured in 23.8 points per game for the Goodling scholastic team, helping them to a 12-8 record and a District 3-A crown. Shortly after winning the district championship, the Goodling school closed down because of financial difficulties and the Goodling scholastic team forfeited its right to compete in the state playoffs.

— Reach Steve Heiser at sheiser@yorkdispatch.com.

SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL

PENNSYLVANIA SPORTS WRITERS ALL-STATE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAMS

CLASS AAAA

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kelly Jekot, Cumberland Valley

COACH OF THE YEAR: Bill Wolf, Cumberland Valley

FIRST TEAM

Jackie Benitez, Poncono Mountain West, 5-9, Sr., 26.3

Cecily Carl, Mechanicsburg, 6-3, Sr., 15.8

Alayna Gribble, Norwin, 6-0, Sr. 17.5

Kyla Irwin, State College, 6-2, Jr., 20.0

Kelly Jekot, Cumberland Valley, 6-0, Jr., 19.2

Nicole Munger, Central Bucks West, 5-10, Sr., 17.5

SECOND TEAM

Michaela Gelbaugh, Central Dauphin East, 5-10 Sr., 14.3

Amari Johnson, Dallastown, 6-1, Sr., 16.7

Ashley Jones, Cheltenham, 5-7, So., 22.6

Amanda Kalin, Pine-Richland, G, 5-8, So., 21.4

Maria Palarino, Penn-Trafford, 5-10, Sr., 17.5

Deja Rawls, Abington, 5-7, Sr., 12.3

Brittany Robinson, Central Dauphin East, 6-2 Sr., 17.2

THIRD TEAM

Mackenzie Carroll, Central Bucks West, 5-10, Sr., 11.4

Julie Cross, Upper Dublin, 6-2, Sr., 15.0

Abby Gonzales, North Allegheny, 5-7, Jr., 11.6

Andi Lydon, Shaler, 6-2, Sr., 16.4

Mary Sheehan, Cardinal O’Hara, 5-10, So., 12.5

Kristen Smoluk, Palmyra, 5-10, Sr., 11.9

Courtney Zezza, Plum, 6-3, Sr., 16.9

CLASS AAA

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Chassidy Omogrosso, Blackhawk

COACH OF THE YEAR: Steve Lodovico, Blackhawk

FIRST TEAM

Aubree Brown, Archbishop Wood, 6-0, Sr., 12.1

Bailey Greenberg, Archbishop Wood, 5-11, Jr., 13.3

Alyssa Monaghan, Bonner-Prendergast, 5-7, Sr., 18.0

Chassidy Omogrosso, Blackhawk, 5-5, Sr., 27.1

Kalista Walters, Bethlehem Catholic, 6-0, Sr., 22.1

Sammie Weiss, McGuffey, 5-11, Sr., 25.9

SECOND TEAM

Jenay Faulkner, Greencastle-Antrim, 5-11, So., 17.0

Jess Genco, Scranton Prep, 5-4, Sr., 15.2

Alexa Golden, Chartiers Valley, 5-9, Sr., 16.0

Kaitlyn Lewis, North Pocono, 5-7, Sr., 21.0

Devon Merritt Berks Catholic, 6-2, Jr., 17.2

Claire Oberdorf, Greensburg Salem, 5-7, Sr., 27.1

Maddie Ritsick, Crestwood, 6-0, Jr., 24.3

THIRD TEAM

Miranda Hoover, Susquenita, 5-10, Sr., 18.5

Kayla Kline, Mifflinburg, 5-10, Jr., 21.0

Kayley Kovac, Jim Thorpe, F, 5-11, Fr., 24.6

Allison McGrath, South Park, 5-10, Jr., 17.8

Lexi Posset, Beaver, 5-7, Sr., 22.7

Kaitlyn Slagus, Belle Vernon, 6-2, Sr., 22.6

Courtney Vannoy, Blackhawk, 5-11, Sr., 12.2

CLASS AA

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ciani “C.C.” Cryor, Neumann-Goretti

COACH OF THE YEAR: Andrea Peterson, Neumann-Goretti

FIRST TEAM

Sydney Bordonaro, Burrell, 5-7, Sr., 20.6

Maddie Comly, Delone Catholic, 5-7, Sr., 22.8

Ciani “C.C.” Cryor, Neumann-Goretti, 5-5, Sr., 11.5

Alexis Lewis, Holy Redeemer, 5-9, Sr., 27.1

Sianni Martin, Neumann-Goretti, 5-8, Sr., 12.5

Cassidy Walsh, Seton-LaSalle, 5-9, Sr., 11.3

SECOND TEAM

Megan Eripret, Salisbury, 6-3, Sr., 18.3

Theresa Fachetti, Harbor Creek, 5-8, Sr., 20.6

Brooke Hinderliter, Redbank Valley, 5-8, Jr., 20.0

Ana Hollen, Bellwood-Antis, 5-7, Sr., 17.1

Deja Reynolds Imhotep Charter, 5-8, Sr., 11.3

Kayleigh Semion, Dunmore, 5-6, Sr., 13.8

Ahnje “A.J.” Timbers Neumann-Goretti, 5-11, Sr., 10.6

THIRD TEAM

Christina Aborowa, Neumann-Goretti, 6-4, Sr., 6.0

Becca Gravatt, Franklin, 5-9, Sr., 22.4

Karlee Krchnavi, Palisades, 6-0, Jr., 17.9

Tiffany Lapotsky, North Schuylkill, 5-6, Jr., 15.8

Nicolette Newman, Seton-La Salle, G, 5-7, Sr., 14.0

Conor Richardson, Carlynton, 5-10, Sr., 20.8

Haley Thomas, Bishop McCort, 5-10, Sr., 16.1

CLASS A

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Brenna Wise, Vincentian

COACH OF THE YEAR: Ron Stacchiotti, Old Forge

FIRST TEAM

Martine Fortune, Shipley, 6-4, Sr., 12.9

Madison Johnson, Keystone, 5-9, Sr., 20.5

Chelsey Koren, Blairsville, 5-11, Sr., 18.1

Maria Morgan, Bucktail, 5-6, Sr., 28.0

Tori Tansley, Old Forge, 5-7, Sr., 17.0

Brenna Wise, Vincentian, 6-1, Sr., 20.8

SECOND TEAM

Lili Benzel, Bishop Guilfoyle, 5-8, So., 19.3

April Bocian, Kennedy Catholic, 6-3, Jr., 11.4

Maci Bower, Millville, 5-11, Jr., 22.8

Sam Breen, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, 6-2, So., 22.8

Ali Hillson, North Penn-Mansfield, 5-8, Jr., 14.3

Nia Holland, Shipley, 5-5, Sr., 11.9

Emma Spinelli, Shade, 5-4, Jr., 21.6

THIRD TEAM

Torrieoanna Cash, Vincentian, 5-9, Jr., 8.4

Keyen Green, Phil-Mont Christian, 6-1, Jr., 20.9

Lexi Griggs, Vincentian, 6-0, Jr., 7.9

Bronwyne Mellott, McConnellsburg, 6-0, So., 22.2

Maci Thornton, Clarion, 5-5, Jr., 21.0

Mikayla Vaughn, Friends Central, 6-3, So., 17.6

Lexi Wozniak, Portage, 5-4, Jr., 14.8

PENNSYLVANIA SPORTS WRITERS ALL-STATE boys’ BASKETBALL TEAMS

CLASS AAAA

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Tony Carr, Philadelphia Roman Catholic

COACH OF THE YEAR: Chris McNesby, Philadelphia Roman Catholic

FIRST TEAM

Levan “Shawn” Alston, Haverford School, 6-4, sr, 19.4 ppg

Tony Carr, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, 6-4, jr, 12.8 ppg

Chris Clover, St. Joseph’s Prep, 6-3, sr, 20.7 ppg

Sammy Foreman, Martin Luther King, 6-1, sr, 14.2 ppg

Matty McConnell, Chartiers Valley, 6-2, sr, 29.5 ppg

Jahaad Proctor, Harrisburg, 6-3, sr, 24.4 ppg

SECOND TEAM

Cole Constantino, North Allegheny, 6-2, sr, 23.4 ppg

Kobe Gantz, McCaskey, 6-4, jr, 17.8 ppg

Kason Harrell, Hempfield (D-7), 6-2, sr, 25.2 ppg

Amir Hinton, Abington, 6-4, sr, 19.8 ppg

Lamar Stevens, Haverford School, 6-7, jr, 18.3 ppg

Lonnie Walker IV, Reading, 6-4, so, 17.0 ppg

Derrick Woods, Pennsbury, 6-8, sr, 16.3 ppg

THIRD TEAM

Nazeer Bostick, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, 6-3, jr, 12.5 ppg

Luke Connaghan, Archbishop Wood, 6-5, sr, 19.0 ppg

Ramon Creighton, Taylor Allderdice, 6-1, jr, 12.0 ppg

Jonny David, Mount Lebanon, 6-2, sr, 18.5 ppg

Gemil Holbrook, Philadelphia Roman Catholic, 6-4, sr, 13.9 ppg

David Krmpotich, La Salle College, 6-7, sr, 13.7 ppg

Jahaire Wilson, York, 6-4, sr, 18.1 ppg

CLASS AAA

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Derrick Jones, Archbishop Carroll

COACH OF THE YEAR: Greg Lezanic, Indiana

FIRST TEAM

Milik Gantz, Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt, 6-4, sr, 18.3 ppg

Quade Green, Neumann-Goretti, 5-11, so, 17.8 ppg

Derrick Jones, Archbishop Carroll, 6-7, sr, 19.3 ppg

Lamarr “Fresh” Kimble, Neumann-Goretti, 6-0, sr, 14.5 ppg

Nehemiah Mack, Susquehanna Twp., 6-0, jr, 14.1 ppg

Daron Russell, Imhotep Charter, 5-10, so, 16.5 ppg

SECOND TEAM

Sam Allen, Lewisburg, 6-8, jr, 21.9 ppg

Tarojae Brake, Octorara, 6-2, sr, 22.5 ppg

Daylon Carter, Ambridge, 6-4, sr, 24.0 ppg

John Castello, Mars, 6-5 jr, 17.8 ppg

Zane Martin, Neumann-Goretti, 6-2, jr, 16.5 ppg

Riley Stapleton, Indiana, 6-4, sr, 13.1 ppg

THIRD TEAM

Travis Blankenhorn, Pottsville, 6-2, sr, 16.6 ppg

Josh Creach, Beaver Falls, 6-6, so, 17.7 ppg

DaShon Giddings, Delaware Valley Charter, 6-4, sr, 16.5 ppg

Donovan Jeter, Beaver Falls, 6-5, so, 17.5 ppg

Dom Keyes, Steel Valley, 6-7, sr, 19.4 ppg

David Morris, Erie Strong Vincent, 6-1, so, 20.1 ppg

Tim Rose, Scranton Prep, 6-0, sr, 15.2 ppg

Josh Sharkey, Archbishop Carroll, 5-10 jr, 12.4 ppg

CLASS AA

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Stevie Jordan, Conwell-Egan

COACH OF THE YEAR: Frank Sciolla, Conwell-Egan

FIRST TEAM

Jair Bolden, Westtown, 6-4, jr, 17.0 ppg

Nelly Cummings, Lincoln Park Charter, 6-0, so, 24.5 ppg

De’Andre Hunter, Friends Central, 6-7, jr, 20.8 ppg

Stevie Jordan, Conwell-Egan, 5-10, jr, 16.8 ppg

Stephon McGinnis, Aliquippa, 5-9, sr, 17.0 ppg

Trey Staunch, West Middlesex, 6-5, sr, 23.6 ppg

SECOND TEAM

Kyle Datres, Loyalsock Twp., 5-10, sr, 10.2 ppg

Noah Davis, Bellwood-Antis, 6-3, jr, 24.7 ppg

Tim Guers, Germantown Academy, 6-3, sr, 16.4 ppg

Jason Kenny, Mid Valley, 6-2, sr, 21.4 ppg

LaPri McCray-Pace, Conwell-Egan, 6-2, jr, 11.4 ppg

Ryan Norkus, Seton-La Salle, 6-3, sr, 18.1 ppg

Kody Trude, West Branch, 6-4, jr, 21.4 ppg

THIRD TEAM

Julian Collazo, Lancaster Mennonite, 6-0, sr, 23.2 ppg

Vinny Dalessandro, Conwell-Egan, 6-7, jr, 10.5 ppg

Austin Gilbertson, Camp Hill Trinity, 6-2, so, 17.8 ppg

Sam Lindgren, Germantown Academy, 6-6, sr, 12.6 ppg

Matthew Miller, Upper Dauphin, 6-1, jr, 24.1 ppg

Romano Sebastiani, Greensburg Central Catholic, 6-4, sr, 22.7 ppg

Ben Sosa, Loyalsock Twp., 6-2, sr, 15.9 ppg

CLASS A

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ahmad Gilbert, Constitution

COACH OF THE YEAR: Robert Moore, Constitution

FIRST TEAM

Samir Doughty, Math, Civics & Sciences, 6-4, sr, 24.5 ppg

Ahmad Gilbert, Constitution, 6-7, sr, 17.6 ppg

Brandon Martinazzi, Bishop Carroll, 5-9, sr, 22.4 ppg

Malik Miller, Farrell, 6-3, jr, 20.0 ppg

Nate Sestina, Cameron County, 6-8, sr, 21.5 ppg

Kimar Williams, Constitution, 6-1, sr, 16.2 ppg

SECOND TEAM

Chad Andrews-Fulton, Constitution, 6-7, sr, 11.0 ppg

Julian Batts, Jeannette, 5-11, sr, 22.4 ppg

Caesar DeJesus, Goodling Impact Academy, 6-3, sr, 23.4 ppg

Dane Jackson, Cornell, 6-1, sr, 28.0 ppg

Sagaba Konate, Kennedy Catholic, 6-8, jr, 16.1 ppg

Tyerell Mann, Notre Dame-East Stroudsburg, 6-4, sr, 23.0 ppg

Lavelle Rush, Monessen, 6-1, jr, 18.1 ppg

THIRD TEAM

Kevin Anderson, St. John Neumann, 6-1, so, 19.1 ppg

Michael Bryja, Portage, 6-4, sr, 20.5 ppg

Bo Burleigh, North Penn-Mansfield, 6-2, sr, 18.3 ppg

Juwan Gooding, Goodling Impact Academy, 6-0, sr, 23.8 ppg

R.J. Laugand, Clarion-Limestone, 5-11, sr, 17.6 ppg

Nasza Short, St. John Neumann, 6-2, sr, 18.9 ppg

Jeff Yordy, Pottsville Nativity, 6-2, sr, 22.4 ppg

Girls: Team#1

Emily Clinton – NO

Taryn Crone – NO

Jensen Sneeringer – NO

Debria Hendricks – Dtown

Amari Johnson – Dtown

Katie McGowan – Dtown

Kelsey Wisner – CY

Kayleigh Thomas – SW

Maddie Comly – DC

Rebecca Issac – Bville

Shannon Kuhn – BS

Coaches: Scott Wisner – CY

Mike Sanders – NO

Team #2

Kari Lankford – WY

Emily Wood – WY

Sela Fuhrman – WY

Claudia Mingora – YS

Ashley Meyer – NE

Payton Hauck – NE

Leah Myers – EY

Haley Nalls – EY

Annie Lehr – YC

Marissa Ressler – YC

Hannah Laslo – YC

Coaches: Marley Klunk – Dover

Cheryl Land – EY

Boys: Team #1

Jahaire Wilson – YH

D’Montie Shaw – YH

CJ Boxley – YH

Peter Falci – CY

Sam Saxton – CY

Stone McCreary – RL

Austin Albright – DTown

Darius Rowlette – SW

Jimmy O’Boyle – DC

David Riley – Fairfield

Donte Grim – YTech

Coaches: Kevin Schieler – CY

Scott Motter – Ltown

Team #2

Diego Torres – WY

Kyle Einsig – WY

Ryan Beck – Dover

Derrick Hoffman – NE

Michael Coleman – NE

Colin Bortner – Gburg

Tyler Lampe – Gburg

Dylan Krieger – Han

Paul Martello – YC

Josh Stroup – BS

Coaches: Brian Schmoyer – Dover

Jeff Bair – Gburg

Division II Division Overall
W L W L Off PPG Def PPG 3’s Games L Games Diff
West York 14 0 29 1 60.3 35.1 109 30 14 25.2

FT%

West York 359 567 63.3

Year Player # Total Points Games Avg 3-pointers FT Made FT Att. FT%
Sela Fuhrman sr 1 213 29 7.3 0 41 60 68.3
Charizma Johnson jr 2 73 29 2.5 11 16 28 57.1
Aryon Williams soph 3 4 8 0.5 0 2 4 50.0
Angelique Hawkins fr 5 15 9 1.7 2 3 5 60.0
Kari Lankford sr 21 436 29 15.0 11 122 188 64.9
Olivia Sollberger jr 22 158 29 5.4 0 24 36 66.7
Morgan Bamberger jr 23 114 30 3.8 18 12 19 63.2
Emily Wood sr 24 467 30 15.6 66 71 91 78.0
Emma Tyndall u 25 18 20 0.9 0 8 17 47.1
Elle Stine jr 30 115 30 3.8 0 23 48 47.9
Paige Keiser jr 32 0 0 0 0 0
Catie McCarty soph 33 0 1 0.0 0 0 0
Katie Tallman jr 44 115 29 4.0 0 23 43 53.5
Paige Keiser jr 50 11 7 1.6 1 0 0
Paige Weekly soph 52 68 21 3.2 0 14 28 50.0
Hannah Thorr jr 55 2 7 0.3 0 2 2 100.0
Division III Division Overall
W L W L Off PPG Def PPG 3’s Games L Games Diff
York Catholic 11 1 24 4 55.3 39.4 30 28 12 15.9

FT%

York Catholic 252 384 65.6

Year Player # Total Points Games Avg 3-pointers FT Made FT Att. FT %
Anne Lehr sr 4 189 27 7.0 2 39 62 62.9
Jania Wright soph 5 0 0 0 0 0
Kate Bauhof soph 12 294 27 10.9 11 51 70 72.9
Marissa Duchek jr 14 24 20 1.2 0 12 19 63.2
Morgan Maloney soph 14 2 1 2.0 0 0 0
Sarah Mazzur soph 15 0 0 0 0 0
Madison Dormer jr 15 62 25 2.5 1 7 10 70.0
Kara Ducheck jr 21 2 6 0.3 0 2 2 100.0
Kirsten Lake jr 22 0 0 0 0 0
Marissa Ressler sr 22 301 28 10.8 7 34 48 70.8
Japriya Carroll sr 23 196 28 7.0 7 21 32 65.6
Lyndsay Brier soph 24 0 0 0 0 0
Teslyn Sterner soph 25 1 1 1.0 0 1 2 50.0
Katie Siple sr 25 31 14 2.2 0 5 12 41.7
Emily Laslo jr 30 76 26 2.9 0 13 28 46.4
Megan Salter sr 31 54 21 2.6 2 8 10 80.0
Amelia Strayer soph 35 0 0 0 0 4 0.0
Danielle Desseyn jr 40 18 18 1.0 0 4 10 40.0
Anna Linthicum jr 42 1 8 0.1 0 1 4 25.0
Hannah Laslo sr 44 291 28 10.4 0 55 73 75.3
Kiersten Reed jr 45 2 5 0.4 0 0 0
2014-15 York-Adams League Girls’ Basketball Standings
Division I Division Overall
W L W L Off PPG Def PPG 3’s Games L Games Diff
Dallastown 10 2 17 5 50.2 39.5 41 22 12 10.7
Red Lion 9 3 15 6 47.7 35.9 58 21 12 11.8
Central York 9 3 18 4 53.1 39.6 77 22 12 13.5
New Oxford 8 4 16 6 47.0 36.8 55 22 12 10.2
South Western 3 9 8 13 45.8 48.3 66 21 12 -2.6
York High 3 9 7 15 44.5 53.2 45 22 12 -8.7
Spring Grove 0 12 2 20 32.7 51.3 11 22 12 -18.6
Division II Division Overall
W L W L Off PPG Def PPG 3’s Games L Games Diff
West York 14 0 22 0 61.9 33.2 84 22 14 28.7
York Suburban 11 3 17 5 44.4 35.7 48 22 14 8.7
Northeastern 10 4 15 7 48.7 44.8 103 22 14 3.9
Susquehannock 8 6 11 11 42.6 43.0 37 22 14 -0.4
Eastern York 7 7 9 13 47.4 49.6 47 22 14 -2.2
Dover 3 11 5 17 37.6 50.0 47 22 14 -12.3
Gettysburg 2 12 3 19 27.4 55.1 20 22 14 -27.6
Kennard-Dale 1 13 4 18 33.9 50.6 50 22 14 -16.7
Division III Division Overall
W L W L Off PPG Def PPG 3’s Games L Games Diff
Delone Catholic 11 1 18 4 55.4 35.5 52 22 12 19.9
York Catholic 11 1 19 3 55.8 38.0 21 22 12 17.8
Biglerville 6 6 13 9 43.3 40.7 64 22 12 2.6
Hanover 6 6 10 12 42.6 43.6 44 22 12 -1.0
Bermudian Springs 5 7 6 16 38.3 42.7 61 22 12 -4.4
Littlestown 3 9 4 18 24.7 39.6 14 22 12 -14.9
Fairfield 0 12 2 17 27.4 55.1 24 19 12 -27.6

Team Offense PPG
School GM PTS PPG
West York 22 1362 61.9
York Catholic 22 1227 55.8
Delone Catholic 22 1219 55.4
Central York 22 1169 53.1
Dallastown 22 1105 50.2
Northeastern 22 1071 48.7
Red Lion 21 1001 47.7
Eastern York 22 1043 47.4
New Oxford 22 1034 47.0
South Western 21 961 45.8
York High 22 980 44.5
York Suburban 22 976 44.4
Biglerville 22 952 43.3
Hanover 22 937 42.6
Susquehannock 22 937 42.6
Bermudian Springs 22 842 38.3
Dover 22 828 37.6
Kennard-Dale 22 746 33.9
Spring Grove 22 719 32.7
Gettysburg 22 705 32.0
Fairfield 19 521 27.4
Littlestown 22 544 24.7

Team Defense PPG
School GM PTS PPG
West York 22 730 33.2
Delone Catholic 22 782 35.5
York Suburban 22 785 35.7
Red Lion 21 754 35.9
New Oxford 22 810 36.8
York Catholic 22 836 38.0
Littlestown 22 871 39.6
Dallastown 22 870 39.5
Central York 22 872 39.6
Biglerville 22 895 40.7
Bermudian Springs 22 939 42.7
Susquehannock 22 946 43.0
Hanover 22 959 43.6
Northeastern 22 986 44.8
South Western 21 1015 48.3
Eastern York 22 1092 49.6
Gettysburg 22 1093 49.7
Dover 22 1099 50.0
Kennard-Dale 22 1114 50.6
Spring Grove 22 1128 51.3
York High 22 1171 53.2
Fairfield 19 1046 55.1

Team FT %
School FT Made FT Attempt FT%
Central York 248 361 68.7
York Catholic 185 277 66.8
Red Lion 210 330 63.6
Delone Catholic 228 360 63.3
Biglerville 176 279 63.1
New Oxford 265 429 61.8
Dallastown 214 350 61.1
West York 253 416 60.8
York Suburban 224 386 58.0
South Western 193 336 57.4
Northeastern 166 295 56.3
Kennard-Dale 173 309 56.0
Spring Grove 166 298 55.7
Eastern York 223 417 53.5
Susquehannock 164 309 53.1
Gettysburg 120 230 52.2
Littlestown 147 282 52.1
York High 193 375 51.5
Dover 140 274 51.1
Hanover 154 308 50.0
Bermudian Springs 120 271 44.3
Fairfield 61 170 35.9

Individual PPG
Player Name School Games Points PPG
Maddie Comly DC 22 497 22.6
Soukaina Tracy Han 20 406 20.3
Chyna Steele YH 22 435 19.8
Rebecca Isaac Big 22 379 17.2
Amari Johnson Dal 22 365 16.6
Jordyn Kloster Ne 22 354 16.1
Emily Wood WY 22 348 15.8
Leah Myers EY 22 346 15.7
Courtney Dimoff RL 21 321 15.3
Kari Lankford WY 21 318 15.1
Kelsey Wisner CY 22 312 14.2
Claudia Mingora YS 21 297 14.1
Payton Hauck Ne 21 274 13.0
Jacey Shipley SW 21 272 13.0
Abby Herring F 19 243 12.8
Rajah Fink Dov 22 280 12.7
Ashley Stone Sus 22 263 12.0
Kayleigh Thomas SW 21 248 11.8
Rayah Fink Dov 22 256 11.6
Katie McGowan Dal 22 243 11.0
Haley Nalls EY 21 230 11.0
Devetche Johnson Get 21 229 10.9
Shannon Kuhn BS 10 109 10.9
Debria Hendricks Dal 22 239 10.9
Kaelyn Long NO 21 225 10.7
Hannah Laslo YC 22 231 10.5
Marissa Ressler YC 22 228 10.4
Jasmine Beistline YH 22 228 10.4
Tyler Williams Sus 22 227 10.3
Sara Pilkey KD 22 227 10.3
Amy Maciejewski RL 21 214 10.2
Emily Freese KD 20 202 10.1
Kate Bauhof YC 21 202 9.6
Allyson Shipley DC 21 201 9.6
Ashley Caster SG 21 200 9.5
Maddie Wenk Big 22 210 9.5
Nikson Valencik CY 22 209 9.5
Molly Day YS 21 198 9.4
Emma Saxton CY 22 194 8.8
Taryn Crone NO 21 183 8.7
Lauren Schmidt SW 21 179 8.5
Kelsey Plonk YS 21 172 8.2
Liz Burke Big 22 180 8.2
Japriya Carroll YC 22 173 7.9
Gabby Emeigh BS 21 165 7.9
Ashley Meyer Ne 22 172 7.8
Jensen Sneeringer NO 22 172 7.8
Jill Novak DC 19 146 7.7
Haley Luckabaugh NO 21 161 7.7
Sela Fuhrman WY 21 146 7.0

Individual FT%
Player Name School FTM FTA FT %
Rebecca Isaac Big 64 74 86.5
Kelsey Wisner CY 59 70 84.3
Megan Salter YC 8 10 80.0
Courtney Dimoff RL 50 63 79.4
Shannon Kuhn BS 14 18 77.8
Emily Wood WY 50 65 76.9
Kendra Meyer Ne 10 13 76.9
Morgan Bamberger WY 10 13 76.9
Kate Bauhof YC 26 34 76.5
Kyra Sanchez Ne 13 17 76.5
Jensen Sneeringer NO 29 38 76.3
Hannah Laslo YC 43 57 75.4
Presley Berryhill NO 21 28 75.0
Alexandra Plonk YS 9 12 75.0
Ashley Stone Sus 32 43 74.4
Marissa Ressler YC 29 39 74.4
Lydia Shellenberger CY 17 23 73.9
Debria Hendricks Dal 48 65 73.8
Lindsey Snyder Lit 14 19 73.7
Jasmine Beistline YH 39 53 73.6
Maddie Comly DC 114 155 73.5
Kynslee Shepherd RL 17 24 70.8
Allyson Shipley DC 29 41 70.7
Jena Shingler RL 12 17 70.6
Taylor Funke RL 12 17 70.6
Claudia Mingora YS 75 107 70.1
Lily Soullaird SW 7 10 70.0

3-Point Leaders
Player Name School 3’s
Emily Wood WY 50
Rebecca Isaac Big 41
Jensen Sneeringer NO 39
Kelsey Wisner CY 39
Courtney Dimoff RL 38
Maddie Comly DC 35
Kendra Meyer Ne 33
Jacey Shipley SW 29
Jordyn Kloster Ne 28
Debria Hendricks Dal 27
Abby Herring F 24
Kayleigh Thomas SW 24
Rayah Fink Dov 24
Kelsey Shifflett CY 23
Ashley Meyer Ne 23
Emily Freese KD 22
Ashley Stone Sus 21
Claudia Mingora YS 19
Rachel Stoner BS 18
Shannon Kuhn BS 18
Chyna Steele YH 17
Haley Nalls EY 16
Molly Day YS 15
Alana Bortner Get 14
Mackenzie Farley BS 14
Kyristen Daniels YH 14
Morgan Bamberger WY 14
Maddie Wenk Big 14
Morgan Beichner Dov 12
Lexi Daley Han 12
Emma Bell Han 12
Hannah Myers EY 11
Madison Stone Sus 11
Heather Ramp YS 10
Ashley Dietz EY 10
Kari Lankford WY 10
Suzanna Abele Get 10
Sara Pilkey KD 10

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

York Suburban 47, Eastern 34: At Wrightsville, York Suburban outscored the home team, 21-7, in the second quarter to take charge of the York-Adams Division II game. The Trojans’ Claudia Mingora accounted for more than half of her team’s points with a 25-point performance. Mingora’s teammate, Kelsey Plonk, connected for all eight of her points in the second quarter. Leah Myers led Eastern with 17 points. Suburban improved its league record to 9-3 and overall mark to 15-5.

York Country Day 55, Conestoga Christian 14: At Morgantown, the Greyhounds jumped out to a 18-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and went on to capture the road victory. Desheme Fuller paced the visitors with a game-high 24 points. Teammate Kirstyn Evans knocked in 11 points.

Red Lion Christian 50, Blue Mountain Christian 18: At Red Lion Christian, Liz Baker led the Swordsmen to the home victory by scoring a game-high 23 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Destiny Hollingshead scored 12 points and picked up 10 rebounds, while Casey Kuczynski grabbed 22 rebounds. RLC improved to 11-5.

By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
505-5446/@yaiaascores

MANCHESTER — When a team has three standout players, getting all of them involved is sometimes the biggest challenge.

The Dallastown Wildcats seem to have figured out an effective way to do just that through an exercise they run in practice — the five-pass drill. Not surprisingly, that drill is pretty much exactly like it sounds — five passes must be made before the offense can even think about shooting.

It’s pretty clear that the drill has helped the Wildcats get their big three of Amari Johnson, Katie McGowan and Debria Hendricks in sync.

Wednesday night against Northeastern, Dallastown was able to quickly move the ball around the Bobcat defense for scoring opportunities. Led by Johnson’s team-high 14 points, the Wildcats were able to leave Manchester with an impressive 47-30 non-league triumph.

“We are able to do it in games really easy because of that working on it in practice,” said Johnson, who collected 20 rebounds in the victory. “So, as the defense shifts we’re able to find a wide open shot.”

All three players finding touches early on in the game really helps to set a mental tone for the Wildcats, according to Johnson.

“It takes for all of our heads to be in the game,” she said. “And it takes for each and every one of us to pump each other up. We just can’t be about ‘me, me, me’ we have to be about ‘us.’ Because when we’re about ‘us,’ that’s how we win the game.”

Getting those touches doesn’t always translate into points. That was the case on many occasions on Wednesday, when the Wildcats struggled with their touch from the field (22-of-59, 37 percent).

Fortunately, the Dallastown defense was able to cause similar issues for the Northeastern offense. Standout Bobcat senior Payton Hauck (eight points) converted on just 3-of-19 shots during a rare off shooting night.

“We didn’t finish around the basket,” Northeastern coach Bill Novak said. “And that was tough because we had some easy ones that we needed to convert.”

The Wildcats pulled away in the second quarter with a 12-3 run that took place over the first seven minutes of the period. That stretched a 15-7 advantage into a comfortable 27-10 lead.

“(Northeastern) wasn’t hitting from the outside and they have hit from the outside throughout the year,” Dallastown coach Mary Manlove said. “And it was good for us that tonight they were cold and we were able to control the rebounding (50-27 edge for the game).”

Despite that, Novak’s side found a way to put together a 13-2 run to close to within six points (29-23) with 3:13 left in the third.

“I think we like doing that comeback thing,” Novak said. “We seem to try to do that a lot.”

McGowan (12 points) personally helped to break that run by scoring six points during a 10-3 Dallastown response, after which the home team was never able to recover.

“They came out (of halftime) strong,” Johnson said. “They didn’t want to lose and we didn’t want to lose either, but we were not prepared for how strong they came out. But in the fourth quarter we caught (fire) a little.”

Preventing lulls, such as the one in the third period, is something that Manlove most definitely wants to avoid in the future.

“We had a nice first quarter, but I think there is still plenty to work on,” she said after her team improved to 15-5. “We played a little sloppy, and credit to Northeastern for making us play a little ugly.”

While Hauck struggled with her shot, teammate Jordyn Kloster was able to pick up some slack. The forward finished with a game-high 16 points to go with 16 rebounds in the setback that dropped her team to 12-7.

“I think that we were a bit too worried about Payton, and that Kloster was able to kind of open things up a bit,” Manlove said. “Kloster played phenomenal.”

OTHER GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

West York 66, Bishop McDevitt 33: At Harrisburg, Emily Wood led the Bulldogs with 22 points, including four 3-pointers. Teammates Kari Lankford and Morgan Bamberger each knocked in 11 points. West York improved to 18-0.

Eastern York 60, Gettysburg 42: At Gettysburg, Leah Myers pumped in 21 points and Catherine Tillotson added 12 for the Golden Knights. Eastern trailed 11-8 after one quarter but used a 37-17 bulge in the middle two quarters to take control.

New Oxford 42, Spring Grove 20: At New Oxford, the home team didn’t score in the first quarter, trailing 5-0 after eight minutes. In the second period, however, the Colonials exploded for a 17-2 edge and never looked back. Jensen Sneeringer led New Oxford with 12 points, including three 3-pointers. The Colonials improved to 14-5 overall and 7-4 in York-Adams Division I.

South Western 59, Dover 33: At South Western, the Mustangs jumped out to a 33-18 halftime lead and cruised. Laykin Feeser led South Western with 21 points, while Kayleigh Thomas added 15. Rayah and Rajah Fink combined to score 17 of Dover’s 33 points.

Hanover 64, Fairfield 23: At Hanover, Soukaina Tracy recorded her 1,000th career point for the Hawkettes. Tracy finished with 23 points, while Emma Bell contributed 21 points for Hanover.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

By PATRICK STROHECKER
505-5442/@P_Strohecker

Northeastern’s Kobi Nwandu dribbles against West York’s Matt Dellorfano on Tuesday night. Pennsylvania does not have a shot clock, which allows

Northeastern’s Kobi Nwandu dribbles against West York’s Matt Dellorfano on Tuesday night. Pennsylvania does not have a shot clock, which allows teams to hold the ball for an indefinite period of time. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

As I sat and covered the boys’ basketball game between Northeastern and Eastern York a few weeks back, I began to look around the Northeastern High School gymnasium and observe the fans.

The Golden Knights were giving the then-undefeated Bobcats all they could handle in a game that I’m sure many didn’t expect to be close. As the fourth quarter began, Eastern held a slight advantage, forcing the Northeastern fans to rally behind their team in an effort to will the Bobcats to victory.

Sure enough, the Bobcats went on an 8-2 run, erasing a five-point deficit and taking the lead. The excitement and energy level of both the players and the fans during that run was nothing short of electric. Northeastern fans were euphoric at the run their team was making, while the Eastern fans were doing whatever they could to keep their team in the game. And then, it all just stopped.

Donovian Maxwell brought the ball over midcourt after a steal and just held the ball. With more than four minutes to go in a one-point game, the Bobcats, with momentum fully on their side, were content in taking the air out of the ball. And the worst part? The Golden Knights were letting them.

Both teams sat there and just looked at each other, while fans around me grew restless and irritated at the lack of action. Here was a good game that had the makings of a great finish, only to be stalled by the fact that there was nothing preventing the two teams from simply not playing.

No shot clock: In high school basketball in Pennsylvania, there is no shot clock. It allows teams to possess the ball for, sometimes, minutes on end without even sniffing a shot attempt. It’s a rule that puts the winning team in the driver’s seat and forces the losing team to make a decision: start fouling or pressure and try to cause a turnover.

The end result of that odd sequence wound up playing out like this: After about two minutes of holding the ball, Northeastern called a timeout. Out of the timeout, both teams went back to what they were doing before and just stood around. Then, with Eastern pressuring, the Bobcats turned the ball over, then got it right back after forcing a turnover of their own, made a few free throws and the game ended with Northeastern still unbeaten. It was about as anticlimactic a finish as you could’ve had in a game that saw the home favorite erase an 11-point deficit and hold on to win.

Afterward, Northeastern coach Jon Eyster said: “We wanted them to come out and play us man-to-man. They would have trouble matching up with us.”

It was an understandable response, playing on the idea of match-ups and trying to force the opposition to do something it wasn’t comfortable doing.

Fast forward ahead two weeks and the same thing happened in another Bobcats game, only this time Eyster’s team was on the wrong side of a team sitting on the ball and killing the clock.

Down by as many as eight in the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s game at West York, the Bulldogs chose to eat away at the clock, just in a less blatant way. Rather than simply holding the ball, they passed it around, forcing Northeastern to chase and start fouling with about 2 1/2 minutes to play. It extended the game for the Bobcats to the point where they cut the deficit to as little as four points, but ultimately suffered their first defeat of the season, 63-58.

After the game, West York coach Bill Ackerman said: “All we wanted to do was make them play defense … and let their aggressiveness hurt them in the end.”

I have no problem with the concept that Ackerman used. All he was doing was using the lack of a shot clock to his advantage.

Hurting the game: Unfortunately, this type of tactic is hurting high school basketball in Pennsylvania. While this isn’t a new thing — the non-existent shot clock — it might be time for the PIAA to think about putting one into play and I’d be hard pressed to believe that I’m the only one who thinks this. A number of states do use a shot clock for high school boys’ and girls’ games, including California, Massachusetts and New York. Most states, however, do not.

Fans in that Northeastern-vs.-Eastern game were just as emphatic in their cries of “let’s play basketball,” as they were when they were cheering on their teams. It’s a simple rule change that could greatly benefit the high school game. While many may believe that the lack of a shot clock now allows the kids more time to get better shots, by adding a shot clock, you’ll most likely get better basketball during crunch time.

And to be honest, the shot clock doesn’t even need to be as long as the one in the college game. In my opinion, 35 seconds is too long at that level. A 30-second clock could at least allow a team a couple more minutes before having to foul, while it also prevents teams from holding onto the ball.

Leagues and other sports organizations are always looking for ways to improve their respective sports. Implementing a shot clock is the next step that the PIAA needs to take if it wants to continue growing high school basketball in the state. It can’t hurt the game, even if it’s a failed concept that doesn’t wind up working.

But, for now, just like myself and all the fans did at the end of the Northeastern-vs.-Eastern game two weeks ago, we must sit around and wait for some sort of action to happen.

— Reach Patrick Strohecker at pstrohecker@yorkdispatch.com.

By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
505-5446/@yaiaascores

MANCHESTER — The West York girls’ basketball team is good.

Real good.

Like No. 8 in the state good, according to the latest PIAA Class AAA rankings by Pennlive.com.

Most nights the Bulldogs are resting their starters early in the second half after piling up significant leads. But Tuesday night figured to be a little different, when West York traveled to take on York-Adams Division II rival Northeastern.

The Bobcats were one of the few teams so far this season to push the Bulldogs well into the second half of a contest. And for a half, it looked like the game would come down to the wire.

But almost within the blink of an eye, the Bobcats found themselves under a pretty big proverbial snowball. Leading by just six at halftime, the Bulldogs used a 19-3 blitz through the first four minutes of the second half to put things away. The resulting 58-39 triumph for West York (17-0 overall, 11-0 Division II) also clinched at least a share of the division title in the process.

“They just play really well together,” Northeastern coach Bill Novak said of the Bulldogs. “They’re disciplined and they play very good defense. And we didn’t stick to our defensive technique and didn’t rebound the ball very well.”

The Bobcats had trouble all night finding any flow offensively, outside of junior standout Jordyn Kloster (game-high 20 points and 11 rebounds). And for much of the first half the same could be said of the visitors, who were led by Kari Lankford’s 19 points.

But then came the first few minutes of the third quarter, when a 23-17 edge was turned into a comfortable 42-20 margin. Lankford scored six of her points during that blitz while fellow standout guard Emily Wood (13 points) added another five.

“Kari and Emily do their thing,” Novak said. “Kari is an excellent point guard and there’s not much more to really say.”

The Bobcats tried to exert pressure on the West York guards in hopes of causing turnovers. And it worked, especially in the first half when the Bulldogs committed nine miscues. But in that third quarter those traps quickly turned into transition points that helped balloon the deficit.

“The third quarter was big,” West York coach Darrell Wildasin said. “I think we kind of dissected their defense there in the third quarter and that was a big difference.”

The other key factor was limiting Northeastern standout Payton Hauck. The Boston University recruit was held in check all night, scoring just seven points while being guarded by Lankford most of the night. That scoring output was actually three points less than she scored in the team’s first meeting back in December when Hauck was under the weather.

“Our defense was very solid,” Wildasin said. “Especially in that third quarter. And it’s more than just our two guards defensively. We’re more than just a two-guard team. Sure, they’re the engine that drives the car, but we have a lot of other pieces that can do things too.”

While the victory was significant for both Wildasin, who is in his first year guiding the Bulldogs, and the program as a whole in clinching another division title, there wasn’t much celebration to be found. In fact, it was just business as usual for the squad, which was A-OK with their coach.

“We talked about different goals at the beginning of the year and some of them are coming into play now,” he said. “So it’s becoming a little more visual at this point. But we’re still pretty focused on what we’re doing.”

OTHER GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Central 54, New Oxford 36: At New Oxford, Nikson Valencik’s 20 points helped the Panthers to a York-Adams Division I victory. Kelsey Wisner knocked in 11 points for Central, while Emma Saxton scored 10. For the Colonials, Jensen Sneeringer scored 13 points. Central improved to 7-3 in the division and 15-4 overall. New Oxford fell to 6-4 and 13-5.

York Suburban 56, Dover 34: At Dover, Claudia Mingora poured in 19 points and she received double-digit support from Olivia Gettle (14) and Kelsey Plonk (12). Dover held a 22-6 edge in scoring from the foul line. Rayah Fink led Dover with 16 points. Suburban improved to 14-5 overall and 8-3 in York-Adams Division II.

York Catholic 54, Biglerville 33: At Biglerville, Marissa Ressler led the Irish to the York-Adams Division III victory by scoring 12 points. Teammate Maddie Dormer knocked in 10. For the Canners, Rebecca Isaac scored 18 points. York Catholic improved to 8-1 in the division and 16-2 overall.

Red Lion 66, York High 39: At Red Lion, Amy Maciejewski poured in 20 points and Courtney Dimoff added 18 on six 3-pointers. Chyna Steele (17) and Jasmine Beistline (15) scored 32 of York’s 39 points. First-place Red Lion improved to 15-4 overall and 9-1 in York-Adams Division I.

Dallastown 57, South Western 38: At Dallastown, the Wildcats’ terrific trio of Amari Johnson (21), Katie McGowan (13) and Debria Hendricks (13) combined for 47 of the home team’s 57 points. Hendricks had three 3-pointers. Jacey Shipley (15) and Kayleigh Thomas (11) combined for 26 of South Western’s points. The Mustangs had seven 3-point baskets and only two 2-point baskets. Dallastown improved to 14-5 overall and 8-2 in York-Adams Division I.

Susquehannock 47, Kennard-Dale 35: At Fawn Grove, Tyler Williams and Ashley Stone led the Warriors to the York-Adams Division II victory by each scoring 10 points. For the Rams, Sara Pilkey scored 17 points. Susquehannock improved to 7-4 in the division and 10-6 overall.

Red Lion Christian 30, Frederick Christian Academy 23: At Red Lion, Destiny Hollingshead led the Swordsmen with 10 points and 10 rebounds. RLC improved to 10-5.

Christian School of York 43, Hershey Christian 21: At York, McKenzie Smith led the Crusaders with 13 points. Teammate Kaitlyn Hess scored 12 points. CSY improved to 13-4.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,174 other followers