York Dispatch Staff Report
Dallastown and York Catholic have clinched at least a share of York-Adams League division championships in girls’ tennis.
The Wildcats swept West York on Tuesday, 7-0, to improve to 8-0 in Division I, one game ahead of Central York (7-1). Dallastown has just one division match remaining against Susquehannock (3-4) on Thursday. Madi Reed and Abby Barnhart won in singles and combined to win No. 1 doubles for Dallastown. Angela Friedrich, Christie Friedrich and Chloe Berridge won at No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 singles, respectively, for the Wildcats.
The Irish, meanwhile, swept Littlestown 7-0 to move to 7-0 in Division II. Gettysburg is second at 6-1. York Catholic has just one division match left on Thursday at Hanover (1-6). Sarah Koury, Catherine Vizzard, Jenna Koury, Carolyn Thomas and Brittany Maas each won singles matches in straight sets for the Irish.
South Western 6, Spring Grove 1: At Spring Grove, Rachel Fabrick, Madison Bortner, Cassidy Mart and Brooke Treadway won in singles and doubles for the Mustangs. Kari Hamme won at No. 5 singles for Spring Grove’s lone point.
Central 6, Susquehannock 1: At Glen Rock, the Panthers received straight-set singles victories from Teah Gray, Jen Elder, Brook Hartzell and Sarah Donner to earn the victory. For the Warriors, Usha Baublitz won the No. 1 singles match in straight sets.
Kennard-Dale 5, York Suburban 2: At Fawn Grove, K-D swept both doubles to secure the victory. Alyssa Miller and Evan Boone teamed to take No. 1 doubles, and Kathleen Glacken and Lily Riale combined to win No. 2 doubles. Boone, Glacken and Riale won singles matches for the Rams. Jessica Clancy and Samantha Clancy earned singles victories for Suburban.
Red Lion 4, Dover 3: At Dover, Elizabeth Anderson and Alison Miller captured the No. 1 doubles match to clinch the win. Anderson, Miller and Emily Zeidman were winners in singles for Red Lion, and Hunter Snyder and Alex DiGiovanni gained singles victories for Dover. Snyder and DiGiovanni then teamed up to win the No. 2 doubles match. DiGiovanni outlasted Red Lion’s Helen Zeidman in a hard-fought No. 5 singles match that required a tie-breaker in the third-and-final set. DiGiovanni prevailed, 7-5, 5-7, 7-6 (3).
New Oxford 6, Northeastern 1: At Manchester, Jess Soulliard, Mikaela Lardarello and Maddie Coppersmith won in singles and doubles to pace the Colonials. Laura Zielinski won at No. 1 singles for Northeastern.