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.
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.
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.