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GIRLS’ TENNIS

York Suburban 7, Hanover 0: At Hanover, Jessica Clancy, Erika Toman and Samantha Clancy won in singles and double for Suburban. Nneoma Amaechi and Lindsey Hartshorne also won in singles for the Trojans, who improved to 4-1 in York-Adams Division II.

New Oxford 5, Spring Grove 2: At New Oxford, Dagney Markel, Jessica Soulliard, Mikaela Lardarello, Maddie Coppersmith and Rachel Groden won in straight sets in singles for the Colonials.

 

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GIRLS’ TENNIS

West York 4, Dover 3: At West York, Alison Morningstar won in singles and doubles to lead the Bulldogs. Morningstar teamed with Montana Stump to win the decisive No. 1 doubles match. Nikki Borgel and Kiersten Shelton also won in singles for West York. Emily Reimer and Hunter Snyder won singles matches for Dover. Snyder teamed with Alex DiGiovanni to win No. 2 doubles.

Dallastown 7, Spring Grove 0: At Dallastown, the first-place Wildcats improved 5-0 in York-Adams Division I. Madi Reed and Abby Barnhart won in singles and combined to win No. 2 doubles. Angela Friedrich, Christie Friedrich and Brenna Gutshall also won in singles for Dallastown.

York Catholic 7, Bermudian Springs 0: At Springettsbury Park, the Irish received straight-set singles victories from Sarah Koury, Catherine Vizzard, Jenna Koury, Carolyn Thomas and Brittany Maas. York Catholic improved to 4-0 in the York-Adams Division II.

Susquehannock 4, Northeastern 3: At Glen Rock, Usha Baublitz, Jessica McDonald, Sydney Callahan and Jenny Sproul won in singles to clinch Susquehannock’s win. Kirsten Harrison won in singles and doubles for Northeastern.

South Western 5, Red Lion 2: At Red Lion, the Mustangs clinched the win when Rachel Fabrick and Madison Bortner combined to win the No. 1 doubles match, while Cassidy Mart and Sabrina Lam combined to win the No. 2 match. For the Lions, Tori Austin and Helen Zeidman each won a singles match.

Central 6, New Oxford 1: At Central, the Panthers received singles victories from Teah Gray, Jen Elder, Brook Hartzell and Kara Holland.

Gettysburg 4, Kennard-Dale 3: At Gettysburg, Quan Quan Nguyen, Brooke Myers, Kimberly Grasmick and Evan Gockowski won in singles for Gettysburg. Alyssa Miller won in singles and doubles for Kennard-Dale.

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Dallastown 5, South Western 2: At South Western, depth proved decisive for Dallastown, which kept its Division I record spotless while handing South Western its first league loss. After the Mustangs’ Rachel Fabrick and Madison Bortner won the No. 1 and No. 2 singles matches, respectively. The Wildcats swept the next three singles matches and both doubles matches. Chloe Berridge, Madi Reed and Abby Barnhart earned the singles points for Dallastown, and Berridge and Reed teamed to take the No. 2 doubles match. Dallstown’s Angela Friedrich and Christie Friedrich won at No. 1 doubles. Dallastown improved its league mark to 4-0. South Western slipped to 2-1.

Northeastern 4, West York 3: At Northeastern, the Bobcats, trailing 3-2 entering doubles play, swept both matches to earn the victory. Laura Zielinski and Leah Shaffer combined to win No. 1 doubles, and Kirsten Harrison and LaElla Dickerson teamed to take the No. 2 doubles match. Zielinski and Shaffer also secured singles points for Northeastern. Lydia Fairlamb, Nikki Borgel and Joan Kohorst won singles matches for West York.

New Oxford 6, Red Lion 1: Alison Miller won at No. 2 singles for Red Lion’s only point. Dagney Markel, Jessica Soulliard, Mikaela Lardarello and Maddie Coppersmith won in singles for the Colonials.

Kennard-Dale 7, Hanover 0: Alyssa Miller, Evan Boone, Kathleen Glacken and Alli Stewart recorded 6-0, 6-0 victories for the Rams. Lily Riale earned K-D’s fifth singles point with a 6-0, 6-2 decision at No. 4.

Central 7, Dover 0: At Dover, the Panthers received straight-set singles victories from Madison Mummert, Teah Gray, Jenn Elder, Brook Hartzell and Sarah Donner to capture the victory.

Susquehannock 4, Spring Grove 3: At Spring Grove, Usha Baublitz and Jessica McDonald won in singles and teamed to win No. 1 doubles to give the Warriors the win. Kristen Endres also won in singles for the Warriors. Spring Grove got singles wins from Victoria Blymier and Tiffany Hoke

York Suburban 4, Delone Catholic 3: At Suburban, Samantha Clancy and Erika Toman won in singles and teamed to win No. 2 doubles for the Trojans. Jessica Clancy also won in singles for Suburban.

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Northeastern 4, Dover 3: At Dover, Laura Zielinski and Leah Shaffer supplied the deciding point for Northeastern by winning the No. 1 doubles match. Zielinski, Kirsten Harrison and Evonne Qui won singles matches to give the Bobcats a 3-2 lead heading into doubles play. Hunter Snyder and Alex DiGiovanni captured singles matches for Dover, and DiGiovani teamed with Rachael Keagy to take the No. 2 doubles match.

York Catholic 5, York Suburban 2: At Springettsbury Park, Sarah Koury, Catherine Vizzard, Jenna Koury and Carolyn Thomas won in singles to clinch the York Catholic victory. Samantha Clancy earned a singles win for Suburban.

West York 6, Spring Grove 1: At Spring Grove, the Bulldogs received singles victories from Allison Morningstar, Montana Stump, Lydia Fairlamb and Joan Kohorst. For the Rockets, Victoria Blymier won a singles match.

South Western 6, Susquehannock 1: At Glen Rock, Madison Bortner, Brooke Treadway and Sabrina Lam won in singles and doubles for the Mustangs. Usha Baublitz won at No. 1 singles for Susquehannock.

Kennard-Dale 5, Delone Catholic 2: At McSherrystown, the Rams captured the victory in doubles, when Alyssa Miller and Evan Boone combined to win the No. 1 match, while Kathleen Glackin and Lily Riale combined to win the No. 2 match. Boone, Glackin and Alli Steward also each won a singles match.

Dallastown 5, New Oxford 2: At Dallastown, the Wildcats swept the doubles matches to clinch the victory. Angela Friedrich and Christie Friedrich teamed at No. 1 doubles for Dallastown, and Madi Reed and Chloe Berridge combined at No. 2 doubles. Reed and Berridge rallied for a 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 decision over Jessica Soulliard and Mikaela Lardarello. Reed, Christie Friedrich and Abby Barnhart captured singles matches for Dallastown.
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Kennard-Dale 5, West York 2: At Fawn Grove, Evan Boone and Kathleen Glacken won in singles and combined to win No. 1 doubles for K-D. Alyssa Miller and Lily Riale also won in singles for the Rams. Joan Kohorst won a singles match for West York.

South Western 7, Dover 0: At Dover, Madison Bortner, Cassidy Mart, Brooke Treadway and Sabrina Lam won in singles and doubles for the Mustangs. Rachel Fabrick won the No. 1 singles match.

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Spring Grove 4, Dover 3: At Spring Grove, the No. 2 doubles team of Brenna Gutshall and Kari Hamme won a three-set match to sew up the Rockets’ win. Gutshall, Montgomery Stambaugh and Tiffany Hoke earned singles wins for Spring Grove. Emily Reimer and Alex DiGiovanni won in singles for Dover. Reimer also teamed with Faith Jackson to win the No. 1 doubles match.

Central York 5, Northeastern 2: At Manchester, Central’s doubles teams of Madison Mummert/Teah Gray and Brook Hartzell/Ellen Polites earned wins to sew up the victory. Gray, Hartzell and Sarah Donner picked up the Panthers’ singles wins. Laura Zielinski and Kirsten Harrison won in singles for Northeastern.

York Suburban 5, Biglerville 2: At Suburban, the Trojans sewed up the win behind doubles wins from Jessica Clancy/Nneoma Amaechi and Erika Toman/Samantha Clancy. Amaechi, Toman and Lindsey Hartshorne won singles matches for Suburban.

Kennard-Dale 7, Littlestown 0: At Fawn Grove, the Rams received straight-set singles victories from Alyssa Miller, Evan Boone, Kathleen Glackin, Lily Riale and Alli Steward.

New Oxford 5, Susquehannock 2: At New Oxford, Brooke Moyer, Jessica Soulliard, Mikaela Lardarello and Maddie Coppersmith won in singles for the Colonials. Usha Baublitz took the No. 1 singles for Susquehannock.

South Western 4, West York 3: Rachel Fabrick, Madi Bortner, Brooke Treadway and Sabrina Lam won in singles for the Mustangs. Allison Morningstar won in singles and doubles for West York.

York Catholic 7, Delone Catholic 0: At Springettsbury Park, the Irish picked up straight-set singles victories from Sarah Koury, Catherine Vizzard, Jenna Koury, Carolyn Thomas and Brittany Maas.

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Susquehannock 4, Red Lion 3: At Glen Rock, the Warriors swept the doubles matches to earn the win. Usha Baublitz won at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles for Susquehannock, while Sydney Callahan won at No. 5 singles and No. 2 doubles. Baublitz teamed with Jessica McDonald at No. 1 doubles, while Callahan teamed with Kara Williams. Alison Miller, Tori Austin and Emily Zeidman won singles matches for Red Lion.

Northeastern 5, Spring Grove 2: At Manchester, the Bobcats swept both doubles matches to earn the win. Laura Zielinski and Leah Shaffer combined to win the No. 1 match, while Kirsten Harrison and Evonne Qui won the No. 2 match. Zielinski, Shaffer and Harrison also each won a singles match. For the Rockets, Kari Hamme and Tiffany Hoke each won a singles match.

Kennard-Dale 4, South Western 3: At Fawn Grove, the Rams swept the doubles matches to earn the win. Alyssa Miller combined with Evan Boone to win the No. 1 match, while Kathleen Glackin and Lily Riale combined to win the No. 2 match. Boone and Glackin also each won a singles match.

Dallastown 5, Central York 2: At Central, Christie Friedrich, Chloe Berridge and Madi Reed won in singles and doubles for the Wildcats. Madison Mummert and Sarah Donner won in singles for Central.

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The Susquehannock girls’ tennis team dropped a 4-1 non-league decision to visiting Hershey on Wednesday.

No. 1 singles player Usha Baublitz picked up Susquehannock’s only victory when she won in straight sets (6-3, 6-1).

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In a meeting of defending York-Adams League division champions, York Catholic cruised to a 7-0 girls’ tennis triumph at Spring Grove on Tuesday afternoon.

York Catholic took the Division II crown in 2013, while Spring Grove finished first in Division I.

The Irish received straight-set singles victories from Sarah Koury, Catherine Vizzard, Jenna Koury, Carolyn Thomas and Brittany Maas.

OTHER GIRLS’ TENNIS

Dallastown 7, Littlestown 0: At Dallastown, the Wildcats received straight-set singles victories from Angela Friedrich, Christie Friedrich, Chloe Berridge, Madi Reed and Abby Barnhart to secure the win.

Kennard-Dale 6, Susquehannock 1: At Glen Rock, the Rams captured the win behind singles victories from Evan Boone, Kathleen Glackin, Lilly Riale and Alli Steward. For the Warriors, Usha Baublitz won the No. 1 singles match.

Central York 5, Delone Catholic 2: At Central, the Panthers received straight-set singles wins from Teah Gray, Jen Elder, Brooke Hartzell and Sarah Donner to sew up the victory.

Red Lion 7, Bermudian Springs 0: At Red Lion, the Lions got straight-set singles victories from Elizabeth Anderson, Allison Miller and Tori Austin. The Eagles forfeited two of the five singles matches.

Gettysburg 6, West York 1: At West York, Kiersten Shelton won a three-set match at No. 5 singles for the Bulldogs’ only point.

By RYAN VANDERSLOOT/ 505-5446/@yaiaascores

There aren’t a lot of people outside of Bryan Stephens’ family that he would trust to babysit his three young children.

So it was definitely high praise when the Northeastern athletic director told the crowd at San Carlos Restaurant at Monday’s Quarterback Club of York awards banquet that he would have no qualms allowing Logan Neiman to watch his kids.

But that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to those who know Neiman. Stephens referred to the girls’ soccer standout as a ‘role-model’ student-athlete and person. One of the top students academically at Northeastern, Neiman was probably better known for her exploits on the soccer pitch over the past four years. She led the Bobcats all the way to the York-Adams League championship contest this past season.

Just as impressively, however, was another fact that Stephens mentioned before awarding Neiman with a $1,000 scholarship from the QB Club of York.

“She scored more goals this year herself than the entire boys’ soccer team combined,” said Stephens, who happened to coach the Bobcats’ boys’ team.

Neiman and York Catholic’s Maggie Javitt were both honored Monday evening by the QB Club as recipients of scholarships as the top female athletes from their respective schools. The club, which generates the funds for the scholarships through a 5K race on Labor Day in downtown York, also honored the York-Adams League Division I (James Way, York High), Division II (Wes Beans, New Oxford) and Division III (Trevor Hildebrand, Littlestown) Players of the Year in football, as well as this year’s Charles Larson Memorial Scholarship award winner, Erik Ramirez of Central York.

“This is outstanding, especially since my principal and Bryan chose me,” Neiman said. “There are a lot of great girl athletes at Northeastern, and for them to choose me is a great honor.”

Neiman will use the scholarship to help her continue her athletic and scholastic endeavors at Millersville University in the fall. She’s still undecided about her major.

“I’m not real sure,” she said. “One day I want to be a teacher and then another day I want to be something else. So I’ll start out going undecided and see where that takes me.”

Javitt honored: It’s a similar case for Javitt, who finished with an 11-1 record in singles this past season for the Fighting Irish tennis team. Ranked third in her class with a 4.4 grade-point average, Javitt has yet to decide on a school for next year.

“I’m just trying to figure out what I want to do with my life and where I’m going to take the education that York Catholic gave me,” she said.

On the court, Javitt was a leader throughout her four years. She was a member of three York-Adams Division II championship squads. She also competed in league, district and state playoff contests, according to Irish girls’ tennis coach Paige Mundy.

“Maggie has made invaluable contributions to the (York Catholic) program,” Mundy said. “Maggie is the type of player that every coach would desire to be on the court with a match in the balance.”

While the awards were undoubtedly important for everyone that was honored Monday, winning a scholarship from the QB Club of York holds a particularly special place for Javitt.

“It is really amazing,” she said. “My grandfather (Edward Javitt) was a founding member of the club and it just feels like this came full-circle for me. I feel like he gave it to me personally.”

Notes: It was announced at the banquet that Ramirez had come to a final decision on his future college. He’s accepted an offer to continue his football career and education at Princeton University.

“This came down last week,” he said. “Coach said that I had been cleared for admissions and I just decided that Princeton was the place for me to be.”

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.