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West York handed Susquehannock its first York-Adams Division II boys’ soccer loss of the season on Tuesday night, 2-1, in Glen Rock.

Alex Rebich scored a first-half goal for the Warriors, but West York rallied with two second-half goals by Kenton Meckley and Jared May.

Darian McCauley made four saves to get the win in goal.

Susquehannock fell to 8-1 in the division, while West York improved to 6-3.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Central York 1, Red Lion 0: At Central, Pierce Miller’s second-half goal, off an assist by Mitchell Crane, was the only score of the game. Brock Gould made seven saves in a losing cause. Central improved to 9-0-0 in York-Adams Division I.

Dallastown 2, Northeastern 0: At Dallastown, Owen Terroso and Carter Miller scored second-half goals for the Wildcats. Keenan Waltimeyer had an assist. Devin Soop had four saves in a losing effort. Dallastown improved to 8-1-0 in York-Adams Division I.

Eastern York 3, Dover 1: At Dover, Wyatt Leik, Aiden Himes and Raejon Treasure scored goals for Eastern. Josh Bradley, off an assist by Robert Maze, scored Dover’s goal. Robert LeCates made 11 saves to get the win in goal.

Biglerville 2, Kennard-Dale 0: At Biglerville, Jared Dotson-Jones and Daniel Wood had goals, while Matt Cellucci had two assists for the Canners. The game was called because of lightning with 27:24 left in the match.

Bermudian Springs 2, York Catholic 1: At York Springs, Ivan Hernandez and Hunter Boal scored second-half goals to rally the Eagles. T.J. McGraw scored in the first half for the Irish. Chris Elliott made 13 saves for York Catholic.

Gettysburg 3, York Suburban, 1: At Suburban, the home team scored first, but the visitors responded with three unanswered goals. The Trojans’ Andrei Kin, on an assist from Nick Bowman, opened the scoring at 27;07 of the first half. The Warriors tied the match when Drew Niggle connected for a goal with just 31 seconds remaining in the opening half. Gettysburg’s Matt Yingling broke the tie at 34:08 of the second half, and Jonah Waldlceonis completed the scoring at 20:24. Gettysburg goalie Michael Aheesten made four saves, and Suburban keeper Evan Huber recorded five saves.

New Oxford 3, Spring Grove 1: This game was called 14 minutes into the second half due to lightning. All goals were scored in the first half. The Colonials took a 3-0 lead on a goal from Adam Orndorff and a pair of scores by Manny Banda. Darin Gordon had Spring Grove’s lone goal on an assist from Chase Flickinger. New Oxford goalie Carlos Garcia had six stops. Spring Grove keeper Dalton Forbes recorded one save.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Susquehannock 3, West York 0: At West York, the Warriors improved to 9-0-0 in York-Adams Division II. Brooke May, Emily Landis and Maddie Stone scored for the Warriors, while Nicole Michels had an assist.

York Suburban 1, Gettysburg 0: At Gettysburg, Abby Eisenhart’s first-half goal was the only score in the match, which was called with 9:47 left because of bad weather. Morgan Taylor made five saves to record the shutout. Suburban improved to 7-2 in York-Adams Division II.

Dallastown 2, Northeastern 0: At Manchester, after the teams played to a scoreless draw in the first half, Dallastown’s Isabella Nelson and Paige Hartman connected for second-half goals. Ali Schick assisted on both goals. The Wildcats’ defense did not allow a single shot on goal. Bobcats’ goalie Brenna Schroter made 18 saves.

Central York 2, Red Lion 1: At Red Lion, the Panthers led 2-0 at the half and held on to capture the York-Adams Division I victory. The Panthers received one goal apiece from Lynsey Nicholas and Taylor Morgenegg. For the Lions, Heather Jackson scored the lone goal, while teammate Jordan Gebhart added an assist. Central stayed perfect in the division at 9-0-0.

York Catholic 6, Bermudian Springs 0: At York Catholic, Lizzie Johnson led the Irish to the York-Adams Division III victory by scoring a first-half hat trick, and adding one assist in the second half. Lisa Casagrande added two assists, while Eden Jahn, Melanie Matthews and Julia Piff each scored one goal. York Catholic is 8-0-0 in the division.

Spring Grove 2, New Oxford 1: At New Oxford, Moriah Morton and Abbie Marquette scored for Spring Grove, while Megan Carver had New Oxford’s goal.

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GIRLS’ SOCCER

Dover 5, Northeastern 2: At Dover, Brooke Firestone’s hat trick led the Eagles to the York-Adams non-divisional victory. Also for Dover, Abby Patterson had one goal and one assist, Rachel Stine scored one goal and Payton Miller added two assists. For the Bobcats, Sawyer Patrick and Heather Brinker each scored one goal, while Coryn Moyer added one assist. The Eagles scored three unanswered second-half goals. The game was a rematch of the 2013 York-Adams League Tournament title match. Northeastern won that contest in overtime.

Dallastown 3, South Western 0: At South Western, Dallastown packed all of its goals into the first half. Natalie Gettle scored one goal and helped on another goal for the Wildcats. Emily Ross converted Gettle’s throw-in into the match’s first goal at the 29:10 mark. Sierra Austin made it 2-0 by successfully converting a penalty kick at 15:10, and Gettle finished off the scoring by booting a free kick into the net with 5:42 remaining in the opening half. Dallastown goalie Katie Mattas made five saves to earn the shutout.

Susquehannock 3, Spring Grove 0: At Susquehannock, Maddie Ketterer scored two goals and Brooke McGee supplied a goal and an assist for the Warriors. Ashley Valway also had an assist. Susquehannock’s defense held Spring Grove to just two shots on goal. Ashley Stone recorded the shutout in goal.

Red Lion 3, Eastern 2 (OT): At Red Lion, Jackie Mathews led the Lions with two goals, including the game-winning goal in the first overtime to clinch the victory.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Dallastown 3, South Western 0: At Dallastown, Luke Nelson scored two goals to lead the Wildcats to the York-Adams Division I victory. Teammate Carter Miller tallied the final goal. The Wildcats held the Mustangs to just one shot on goal. Dallastown improved to 6-1-0.

Kennard-Dale 5, Hanover 1: At Fawn Grove, Thomas Lippiard’s hat trick led the Rams to the victory. Also for the Rams, Zach Anderson and Richard Skinner each scored one goal, while Jason Adams and Tyler Warfield picked up one assist apiece.

Susquehannock 3, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, Luke Thomas registered two goals to lead the Warriors. Matt Ramey scored one goal, while Zak Kettinger and Alex Rebich each picked up one assist.

Red Lion 3, Eastern York 0: At Wrightsville, Corlion Dorer, Ben Warner and Noah Patmore scored goals for the Lions.

By DICK VANO’LINDA
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Central York’s Eryn Nelson (7) has helped the Panthers to an 8-0-0 start in York-Adams Division I action.

Central York’s Eryn Nelson (7) has helped the Panthers to an 8-0-0 start in York-Adams Division I action. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
Central York’s Lydia Gladfelter (3) battles South Western’s Maddie Lazzelle during a match earlier this week. The Panthers have won 12-straight

Central York’s Lydia Gladfelter (3) battles South Western’s Maddie Lazzelle during a match earlier this week. The Panthers have won 12-straight matches since a season-opening loss. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
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Before the Central York girls’ soccer team started kicking a ball around a field this season, it went to boot camp.

Two days a week during the summer at John Rudy Park, under the watchful eyes of a trainer, the players went through rigorous exercises.

“We did a lot of squats out there in the heat and the dirt,” senior C.J. Dickison said. “We were sweating. It was a boot-camp-style way of getting in shape.”

Twenty players regularly attended the workouts.

“I was proud of my teammates,” senior Eryn Nelson said. “It showed that the dedication was there.”

Dickison and Nelson feel that bonding at the camp prepared the team, physically and mentally, for the upcoming season.

“By taking time over the summer to get together, we learned who we are,” Dickison said.

Central is a team that features skill, speed, determination and strong leadership.

“I have a lot of skilled players,” Panthers’ head coach Liz Critchfield said. “Everyone coming in off the bench comes in with a lot of skills. They really play as a team, and they don’t give up trying. No one puts her head down.”

Critchfield’s team is on a serious roll, having won 12 games in a row since a 2-1 loss to Manheim Township in the opening game of the season.

“We scored the first goal, and we played them (Manheim Township) hard,” said Critchfield, who’s in her eighth season as the team’s head coach. “They play in a league that is usually strong. That first match was definitely a confidence builder for us.”

The Panthers have outscored opponents, 39-10, not allowing more than two goals in any game while recording six shutouts.

“I was the only returning defender this year,” junior Kennedy Little said. “But we (Little and the other defenders) talk a lot and work well together.”

Little uses the speed that she displays in the spring on the track-and-field team.

“I started playing soccer in high school,” Little said. “I ran track, played basketball and played club soccer before that.”

Little and the other defenders and goalie Hannah Shade have kept the goals allowed to a minimum, Meanwhile, Dickison and another senior, Sheayna Pamplin, lead the offense with 10 goals apiece, but Little, Lynsey Nicholas and Bri Hackos have also made an impact with their goal-scoring abilities.

“After that first game, we fixed our problems, and we learned how fast each other was,” Pamplin said. “We play really well together.

“Dallastown (the teams will meet on Oct. 7 at Dallastown) is our biggest rival, but the match (Tuesday) night (a 1-0 double-overtime victory over Northeastern) was our longest one of the season.”

Critchfield, who said this year’s team is one of the best she’s coached, knows that her team has a target on its back.

“Everyone always wants to beat Central,” she said. “Those Northeastern girls played very nicely (Tuesday) night.”

Critchfield’s team is taking a break right now. The Panthers are off until Monday, when they host Red Land in a non-league match. Central earned the break by going through two four-match weeks in a row.

The boot camp almost certainly helped the Panthers complete the grueling stretch.

Following the match against Red Land, Central will resume its pursuit of the Division I title on Tuesday when it travels to Red Lion.

“The boys (Central’s boys’ team) are doing good,” Little said. “But we’re doing good, too. We really want to win counties.”

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

 

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GIRLS’ SOCCER

Central 1, Northeastern 0 (2 OT): At Northeastern, Sheayna Pamplin’s goal at the 3:02 mark of the second overtime allowed the Panthers to improve their perfect record in York-Adams Division I to 8-0-0. C.J. Dickison assisted on the game-winning goal, Northeastern goalie Brenna Schroter recorded eight saves, and Central keeper Hannah Shade made five saves.

York Suburban 5, Kennard-Dale 0: At Fawn Grove, Jordan Shoff scored three goals and Abby Eisenhart added a goal and two assists to lead Suburban. Morgan Taylor had to make just one save to record the shutout. Kiersten Harmon made 18 saves for K-D.

Spring Grove 3, South Western 1: At Hanover, Lauren Gough had a hat trick to lead South Western. Kaitlin Dunne has 14 saves in a losing cause.

York Catholic 12, Hanover 0: At York Catholic, Lizzie Johnson led the Irish to the York-Adams Division III victory by scoring three first-half goals. Madison Lawrence picked up two assists, while Barbara Senno, Eden Jahn, Carolyn Haskell, Courtney Nattans, Amelia Strayer, Carolyn Smith, Patricia Mezza, Emma Summers, and Mattason Mann each scored one goal. York Catholic improved to 7-0-0 in the division.

Red Lion 7, New Oxford 0: At Red Lion, Jordan Gebhart’s hat trick led the Lions to the York-Adams Division I victory. Heather Jackson had two goals and two assists, Abby Castle had two assists and Jordan Cobb, Tessa Engles each scored one goal.

Gettysburg 2, West York 1: At West York, the Warriors received one goal apiece from Haley Hobbs and Bonita Soliday to secure the York-Adams Division II victory. For the Bulldogs, Emily Agnello scored with 9:17 remaining in the match.

Susquehannock 5, Eastern 1: At Eastern, Brooke McGee and Melissa Lynch scored two goals each for the Warriors in the York-Adams Division II match. Maddy Mummert also connected for a Susquehannock goal, while Rylie Toomey supplied Eastern’s goal.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Spring Grove 2, South Western 1: At Spring Grove, Gavin Black and Dakota Parker each had a goal and Brant Aughenbaugh had two assists to lift the Rockets. Anthony DeVincent scored for South Western. Dalton Forbes made four saves to get the win in goal. Ben Hollinger had seven saves for South Western.

Gettysburg 1, West York 0: At Gettysburg, Jonah Waldkoenig found the back of the net at the 7:58 mark of the second overtime to break a 0-0 tie and clinch the York-Adams Division II victory for the Warriors. Bobby Weikert picked up the assist. For the Bulldogs, Darian McCauley made six stops in goal.

Susquehannock 6, Eastern 0: At Glen Rock, Andrew Sweigard led the Warriors to the York-Adams Division II victory by scoring three goals and adding one assist. Nick Umezawa scored three goals, while Colton Mumley and Alex Rebich each added two assists. Jayson Gayle added one assist. Susquehannock improved to 8-0-0 in the division.

Red Lion 2, New Oxford 1: At New Oxford, Ben Warner scored both Lions goals to secure the York-Adams Division I victory. Teammate Brock Gould made eight saves in goal to pick up the win.

York Suburban 1, Kennard-Dale 0: At Suburban, Andrei Kin found the back of the net with 1:01 remaining in the match to secure the York-Adams Division II victory for the Trojans. Nick Bowman picked up the assist. For the Rams, Jonathan Osborne made 13 saves in the losing effort.

Central 9, Northeastern 0: At Central, Jared Hileman and Michael Tolley scored two goals each as the Panthers improved their York-Adams Division I record to 8-0-0. Igor Gomes, Anthony Trona, Carter Luckenbaugh, Pierce Miller and Mitchell Crane also scored for Central. Miller and Calvin Luckenbaugh supplied two assists apiece.

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Bri Hackos of Central York smiles as she lines up the Panthers’ third goal after South Western goalie Jacey Shipley missed falling on the ball on

Bri Hackos of Central York smiles as she lines up the Panthers’ third goal after South Western goalie Jacey Shipley missed falling on the ball on Monday. Central won, 3-0. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
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The Central York girls’ soccer team continued its perfect run through York-Adams Division I competition on Monday night with a 3-0 victory over South Western.

The Panthers improved to 7-0-0 in division action, while South Western fell to 2-4-0.

Central improved to 11-1-0 overall.

Kennedy Little, Sheayna Pamplin and Bri Hackos had Central’s goals, while Hackos and C.J. Dickison had assists. Hannah Shade made two saves to record the shutout in goal.

OTHER GIRLS’ SOCCER

Eastern York 2, Donegal 1: At Wrightsville, Rylie Toomey’s overtime goal lifted the Golden Knights to victory. Ashley Dietz had Eastern’s other score. Hailey Heistand made eight saves to get the win in goal.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Dallastown 2, Red Land 1: At Red Land, Kyle Schimmel’s goal with 5:54 remaining in the match broke a 1-1 tie and allowed the Wildcats to capture the non-league victory. Schimmel also found the back of the net in the first half to tie the game at 1-1. Dallastown’s Luke Nelson and Drake Pew each picked up one assist.

Central 3, South Western 1: At Hanover, after a scoreless first half, the Panthers found the back of the net three times in the second half to capture the victory. Anthony Trona, Jared Hileman and Carter Luckenbaugh each scored one goal for the Panthers. Central improved to 7-0-0 in York-Adams Division I.

Gettysburg 5, Kennard-Dale 0: At Gettysburg, Adam Yingling scored three goals to lead the Warriors. Isaac Myers and Jake Wilhelm each had two assists. K-D goalie Jonathan Osborne made 11 saves.

Central York’s Noah Baylor, left, and Trevor Holderegger of Spring Grove battle for the ball in front of the Rockets’ goal on Thursday. Central

Central York’s Noah Baylor, left, and Trevor Holderegger of Spring Grove battle for the ball in front of the Rockets’ goal on Thursday. Central rolled to a 7-0 win, with Baylor scoring a goal. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

SPRING GROVE — The “trap” never closed on the Central York boys’ soccer team on Thursday.

“I was concerned that this could be one of those trap games,” Panthers’ head coach Frank Lenno said of his team’s York-Adams Division I clash against Spring Grove.

Central took on the Rockets just 48 hours after knocking off rival Dallastown, 4-2, in an highly emotional matchup of two previously unbeaten teams.

“You’re playing well, but you come here in a tight area, the field is only 55 yards wide, and if you put the ball out of bounds just about anywhere, they can throw it into the box. It’s a dangerous situation,” he said.

Central’s Igor Gomes needed just 10 minutes to put his coach’s mind at ease.

Gomes, who scored the first two goals against Dallastown, repeated Tuesday’s performance by striking for two quick goals against Spring Grove. The junior opened the scoring at the 36:07 mark, following a crossing pass from the right wing by Calvin Luckenbaugh, and followed with a goal at 29:55, on an assist from Anthony Trona. Gomes completed a hat trick, with Luckenbaugh again helping, at 24:20, and Central continued on to an impressive 7-0 victory to keep its league record umblemished at 6-0-0. Spring Grove fell to 3-2.

“He (Gomes) can finish (complete scoring chances),” Lenno said. “His first touch put him into position to score. If he can get two really quick ones, all the guys will settle down.”

Luckenbaugh said that Gomes’ presence at target forward opens up opportunities for his teammates.

“He gets a lot of attention and creates space for our wing players,” he said.

Luckenbaugh also had a goal to go with his two assists.

“I probably enjoy helping on a goal more, but it’s nice to score a goal, too,” he said. ‘We didn’t want to have a letdown today. We definitely wanted to come out and get a win.”

Calvin, a senior, isn’t the only Luckenbaugh on the team this season. His younger brother, Carter, a sophomore, is playing for the Panthers, too.

“I think we were like 6 when we played on a team together,” Calvin said. “It’s pretty cool being on the team together, and I know he’s a good player. He’s pretty accurate with his passes.”

Calvin Luckenbaugh’s goal at 20:07 gave Central a 4-0 advantage at halftime.

Noah Baylor, Michael Tolley and Bandon Nicholas recorded second-half goals for the visitors. Tolley, Jared Wagner and Ryan Bernlohr delivered assists.

Panthers’ goalies Travor Holderegger and Kameron Stoll combined for eight saves to earn the shutout.

Spring Grove goalie Dalton Forbes recorded 12 saves.

Central will take on Northern in a non-league match on Saturday. It will be the Panthers’ eighth match in 13 days.

“I’m pretty beat up, every day I wake up sore,” Calvin Luckenbaugh said. “We haven’t had a lot of practices, but mentally, we have to stay tough. We have to keep playing.”

OTHER BOYS’ SOCCER

Dallastown 2, Red Lion 0: At Red Lion, Kyle Schimmel and Noah Brockway scored first-half goals to spark the Wildcats. There were only five combined shots in the game, including four by Dallastown, which improved to 5-1-0 in York-Adams Division I. Red Lion fell to 3-3-0 in the division.

Northeastern 1, Twin Valley 1: At Manchester, D.J. Hamilton scored the game’s only goal for Northeastern. Brendan Bare made five saves for the Bobcats.

Middletown 1, Kennard-Dale 0: At Fawn Grove, Eddie Arnold found the back of the net at the 1:24 mark of the second half to give the Raiders the lead for good. Jonathan Osborne made three saves for the Rams.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Central 6, Spring Grove 1: At Central, Sheyna Pamplin led the Panthers by scoring two goals and picking up one assist. Also for Central, C.J. Dickison scored two goals, Bri Hackos scored one goal and added one assist, while Moriah Morton and Kennedy Little each scored one goal. Maddy Strine, Julz Price and Lynnae Swanson each picked up one assist. Central improved to 6-0-0 in York-Adams Division I.

Dallastown 3, Red Lion 0: At Dallastown, Emily Ross led the Wildcats scoring two first-half goals. Ali Shick also scored, while Skyler Wilt, Natalie Gettle and Kelsi Druck each picked up one assist. The Wildcats’ defense held the Lions to two shots on goal. Dallastown improved to 5-1-0 in York-Adams Division I.

Dover 3, South Western 0: At Dover, the Eagles got goals from Maddison Miller, Rachel Stine and Brooke Firestone. Tori Wantz got the shutout in goal.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

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York Suburban 12, Hanover 0: At Suburban, Jordan Shoff led the Trojans by scoring two goals and picking up two assists. Paige Linden picked up two assists, while Richanda Hyder scored one goal and added one assist. All the goals were scored in the first half.

 

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GLEN ROCK — After Tuesday evening’s York-Adams League Division II clash between Dover and Susquehannock, Eagles coach Bret Altimore joked around that he no longer likes Warrior goalie Ashley Stone.

While he was just kidding, the truth is that Stone was the difference between the two clubs. Both teams entered the contest with perfect 5-0 marks in York-Adams Division II.

Stone stopped nine shots on goal for the night, fending away attempt after attempt from the defending York-Adams League champs. Her Susquehannock teammates did the rest, scoring three nearly picture-perfect goals to help the Warriors claim a 3-0 triumph.

The setback ended Dover’s reign over the division that dated back more than two seasons. The Eagles had won 32 divisional matches in a row until Tuesday.

“That Ashley Stone … I don’t like her anymore,” Altimore said. “Nah. I’m just kidding. She was fantastic. The saves she made were amazing.”

Dover had at least five good scoring chances in the second half. With just more than 28 minutes left and trailing 1-0, an open look for Maddie Miller on semi-break attempt skipped wide on the cage. All of the other four chances were snuffed out by Stone.

“It was very nerve-racking,” Stone said. “Because Maddie Miller and Brooke Firestone are very good players. And being able to stop them kept up my intensity and kept my spirits up.”

Susquehannock head coach Pat Brubaker ceases to be amazed by the work of his goalie on a nightly basis.

“I think that’s her fourth shutout in a row,” he said. “She’s a big part of that. And that was the first thing that their coach (Altimore) said, was that she was just too good tonight.”

The Warriors capitalized on their opportunities, the first of which came late in the first half. Emily Landis chipped a ball into the box for teammate Brooke McGee, who headed it past Dover goal Tori Wantz (two saves) with 6:26 left in the half.

Shortly after Miller’s shot sailed wide of the cage, the hosts doubled the lead when Nicole Michels’ corner kick found Maddie Ketterer. Ketterer shrugged off the ball hitting her face and used her chest to get the ball past Wantz with 26:47 left in the contest.

Madison Stone capped off the victory in style when she took a beautiful feed from Rachel Miller in the box to easily slap the ball past a helpless Wantz with under seven minutes remaining.

“I don’t think there is any doubt that Susquehannock was the better team,” Altimore said. “There’s no question about it. Tonight they were the better team.”

Brubaker, who is in his first year leading the Warriors, didn’t want to diminish just how difficult it is to play against Dover, which held a 9-5 edge in shots on goal.

“They’re a phenomenal team,” Brubaker said of Dover. “They have a lot of very dangerous girls. So we’re just very happy we were able to play very hard and take advantage of our opportunities.”

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Central 2, Dallastown 1: At Central, Sheyna Pamplin scored one goal and assisted on another goal to highlight the Panthers’ victory. Pamplin opened the scoring at 13:40 of the first half on an assist from Zaria Emswiler. She then assisted on C.J. Dickson’s goal at 36:26 of the second half, which gave Central a 2-0 lead. Ali Shick, with help from Sierra Austin, connected for Dallastown’s goal at 13:17 of the second half. Both teams entered the match at 4-0-0 in York-Adams Division I action.

Eastern 3, Gettysburg 0: At Gettysburg, Hailey Heistand turned away four shots on goal to earn the shutout for the Golden Knights. Brittney Heistand scored two goals for the visitors, one on a penalty kick, and Kaitlin Bompiani supplied the third Golden Knights’ goal. Anna Arnsberger assisted on Brittney Heistand’s second goal.

West York 5, Kennard-Dale 0: At West York, Elle Stine led the Bulldogs to the York-Adams Division II victory by scoring three goals. Emma Tyndall and Emily Agnello each scored one goal, while Olivia Sollberger picked up one assist.

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

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Dover 3, Gettysburg 2: At Gettysburg, the Eagles improved to 5-0 in York-Adams Division II. Dover overcame a 2-0 halftime deficit. Maddy Miller, Brooke Firestone and Hannah Maute scored for Dover. Maute’s tally was the game-winner with 2:27 left, assisted by Payton Miller.

Susquehannock 1, York Suburban 0: At Glen Rock, Susquehannock moved to 5-0 in York-Adams Division II action. Suburban fell to 3-2. Brooke McGee scored the game’s only goal, off an assist from Maddy Mummert. Ashley Stone had three saves in the shutout. Suburban’s Morgan Taylor had six saves.

Central 3, South Western 2: At Hanover, Celina Dickison’s goal in the 74th minute broke a 2-2 tie and gave the Panthers the lead for good. Dickison also scored a first-half goal. Central’s Briana Hackos scored one goal and added one assist, while Eryn Nelson added one assist.

Eastern York 1, Palmyra 0: At Wrightsville, Hannah Myers’ second-half goal, off an assist from Rylie Toomey, was the difference. Hailey Heistand had six saves to record the shutout.

Penn Manor 7, Spring Grove 0: At Millersville, the Rockets dropped a non-league contest. Penn Manor led 4-0 at halftime. No other details were reported.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Kennard-Dale 6, Dover 2: At Fawn Grove, Craig Potts (two goals), Zach Anderson (two goals) and Thomas Lippiard (goal, assist) led K-D. David Trimmer had a goal and an assist for Dover.

West York 2, Red Land 1: At Red Land, West York got two goals from Kenton Meckley, both assisted by Eddy Rodriguez.

Central 3, South Western 1: At Central, Jared Hileman, Calvin Luckenbaugh and Pierce Miller each scored one goal for Central, while Igor Gomes and Madison Matylewicz each picked up one assist.

Susquehannock 2, York Suburban 1: At Suburban, Alex Rebich’s goal at the 16:30 mark of the second half broke a 1-1 tie. Duncan Mitchell scored the first Warriors’ goal, while Nathan Houser made seven stops in goal. For the Trojans, Carter Kowalewski scored the lone goal.

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BOYS’ SOCCER

Dallastown 2, Spring Grove 1: At Dallastown, Kyle Schimmel and Noah Brockway connected for second-half goals to lift the Wildcats over the Rockets in a matchup of league unbeatens. Both checked in with 3-0-0 records in York-Adams Division I. Gavin Black gave the visiting Rockets the lead when he scored at 21;32 of the first half. There was no assist on the goal. The Wildcats’ Kyle Schimmel tied the match at 12:18 of the second half on an assist from Dan Mount. Noah Brockway delivered the game-winning goal with 3:40 remaining in the final half. Drake Pew supplied the assist on Brockway’s goal. Spring Grove goalie Dalton Forbes recorded five saves, and Dallastown keeper Jared Barnett made three saves.

Biglerville 3, York Catholic 1: At York Catholic, Carlos Esquivas broke a 1-1 tie in the second half when he found the back of the net with 3:58 remaining to give the Canners the lead for good. For the Irish, Kyle Derowski scored the lone goal, while Mason Elliott added an assist.

Red Lion 2, West York 1: At Red Lion, the Lions led 2-0 at the half and held on for the non-divisional victory. Ben Warner scored a goal, while Noah Patmore scored on a penalty kick. Brandon Haynes picked up an assist. For the Bulldogs, Eddie Rodriguez scored a second-half penalty kick goal.

Central 4, New Oxford 1: At Central, Igor Gomes led the Panthers by scoring two goals and recording one assist. Teammates Calvin Luckenbaugh and Jared Hileman each scored one goal, while Ryan Bernlohr, Anthony Trona and Michael Tolley each picked up one assist.

South Western 2, Northeastern 1: The visiting Mustangs led 2-1 at halftime and held on for the road victory. The host Bobcats took an early 1-0 lead on a Brandon Arentz goal off an assist from Nick Sprenkle. South Western answered with scores from Andrew Garrett and Andrew Garver. Mustangs’ goalkeeper Benjamin Hollinger tallied nine saves. Northeastern goalie Brendan Bare had four stops.

Susquehannock 3, Gettysburg 1: Gettysburg pulled to within a goal on a penalty kick by Adam Yingling with 16:23 remaining. But Susquehannock held on for the victory, with Thomas Rebich icing the game with a goal with 4:44 left. Susquehannock’s Alex Rebich and Andrew Sweigard tallied the other two scores.

Eastern 2, Kennard-Dale 0: At Eastern, second-half goals from Josh Smith and Wyatt Leik proved to be the difference. Smith scored at the 23:50 mark on an assist from Jordan Gross and Leik connected at 15:06 on an assist from Tyler Winter. Eastern goalie Robert LeCates recorded seven saves to earn the shutout. K-D keeper Jonathan Osborne also had seven saves.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

Eastern 6, Kennard-Dale 2: At Fawn Grove, Hannah Myers’ three first-half goals led the Golden Knights. Also for Eastern, Emily Brumgard scored two goals, while Remi Reichard scored one. For the Rams, Allison Ebaugh scored both goals. Morgan Anderson added two assists.

Susquehannock 3, Gettysburg 0: At Gettysburg, Brooke McGee’s two first-half goals secured the victory for the Warriors. Also for Susquehannock, Rachel Miller scored one goal.

Biglerville 0, York Catholic 0 (Tie): At Biglerville, after 80 minutes of play and two overtime periods neither team was able to find the back of the net. The Irish had 12 shots on goal compared to the Canners’ two.

Dallastown 10, Spring Grove 1: At Spring Grove, Sierra Austin led the Wildcats scoring three goals. Also for the Wildcats, Morgan Rexroth had one goal and two assists, Mason Pinkerton scored two goals, Skyler Wilt added two assists and Ali Shick had one goal and one assist.

Red Lion 3, West York 1: At West York, the Lions received one goal apiece from Heather Jackson, Natalie Aldrich and Allison McKenzie. Teammate Abigail Castle recorded one assist. For West York, Emily Agnello scored the lone goal.

Dover 2, York Suburban 1: At Suburban, Maddie Miller’s goal at the 13:51 mark of the second half ended up being the game-winner. Brooke Firestone scored one goal. For the Trojans, Jordan Shoff scored a second-half goal.

South Western 2, Dover 0: Montana Utz scored in the first half and Jessica Sillyman scored in the second half to lead the host Mustangs. Eagles’ goalkeeper Jenny Strickhouser tallied nine stops.

Central York 7, New Oxford 1: Greta Plappert scored three times and notched an assist and teammate Paige Harrold tallied two goals and two assists to lead the host Panthers. Central goalie Abbie Timperio made four stops.


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