BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY
Lions capture first place: At Manchester, Red Lion defeated Gettysburg, West York, Northeastern and York Tech to take first place in the team competition. Ethan Gatchell led the Lions individually by taking second overall. Teammate Alex Miller came in third. Northeastern came in second. Ben Linne led the Bobcats with a fourth-place finish, while teammate Brody McElwain took fifth. The Warriors came in third. Daniel Filler led Gettysburg with a first-place finish in 16:44. West York came in fourth place with a victory over Tech.
Lundy leads Central sweep;: At John Rudy Park, Central’s Mike Lundy crossed the finish line first to help lead the Panthers to victories over Dover, Biglerville, Kennard-Dale and Bermudian Springs. Lundy covered the 3.1-mile course in 17:31. Dover’s Gabriel Lloyd was second, followed by Central’s Nick Swanson, K-D’s Donald Bernhard and Bermudian’s Chad Long. K-D placed second by winning three of four meets.
Rockets display pack power: At Susquehannock, Spring Grove runners captured five of the first seven places to earn victories over Susquehannock, Littlestown, South Western and Delone Catholic. South Western’s Ben Schott won the race in 16:59. The Spring Grove trio of Hunter Miller, Jordan Maldonado and Dante Pagan took second, third and fourth, respectively. Will Greene of Delone captured fifth. South Western earned three team victories and Susquehannock went 2-2 on the day.
Wilt and Mears lead Trojans to first place finish: At Dallastown, Brady Wilt and Donovan Mears led the way for York Suburban, finishing with identical times of 16:56. The Trojans grabbed victories over York Catholic and Dallastown. Also for Suburban, Peter Wagner took third, Adam Barley came in fourth and Bryce Ohl took fifth. Dallastown came in second by defeating York Catholic.
Gebhart highlights Colonials’ victories: At New Oxford, Aaron Gebhart put up a winning time of 16:26 to lead the Colonials past Eastern and Fairfield. Eastern’s Tyler White finished second with three New Oxford runners, Noah Baxter, Jarad Shrader and Devin Forbes rounding out the top five.
GIRLS’ CROSS COUNTRY
Schluderberg leads Lions to the first-place finish: At Manchester, Tristan Schluderberg’s first-place finish in 20:08 led Red Lion to victories over Gettysburg, West York, York Tech and Northeastern. Also for the Lions, Brynn Trout took second, Kate Gatchell came in third and Hailey Williams took fourth. West York came in second. Gettysburg came in third. Casey Little led the Warriors with a fifth-place finish.
Rams’ runners finish one-two-three: At John Rudy Park, Kennard-Dale’s Kayla White, Caitlin Salomon and Madison Ferner captured the first three places as the Rams recorded victories over Central, Dover, Biglerville and Bermudian Springs. White put up a winning time of 19:53. Salomon was two seconds behind her teammate, and Ferner came home in 20:08. K-D nipped Central, 29-30, with the Panthers’ Paige Hartman and Haley Pfefferkorn placing fourth and fifth, respectively. Central placed second in the team competition at 3-1.
Squirettes’ Mowrey shows the way: At Susquehannock, Kate Mowrey delivered a first-place finish as Delone Catholic secured victories over South Western, Susquehannock, Littlestown and Spring Grove. Mowrey completed the course in 20:03, 40 seconds ahead of teammate Leanne Sneeringer. Susquehannock’s Rachel Banchiere placed third. South Western’s Lauren Hall and Lynne Mooradian completed the top five. South Western won three of four meets, and Susquehannock went 2-2.
Gettle leads Trojans to victory: At Dallastown, York Suburban’s Olivia Gettle captured first-place in 19:53 to lead the Trojans to victories over Dallastown and York Catholic. Also for Suburban, Emma Leik took second, Danielle Cardone came in third and Cecilia Lantz took fifth. Dallastown came in second. Bella Wise led the Wildcats with a fourth-place finish.
Eastern’s McLain wins again: At New Oxford, Eastern’s freshman star, Maddie McLain, recorded another first-place finish with a winning time of 19:38. McLain’s teammate, Madison Nalls, came in second, with a trio of New Oxford runners, Raleigh Bateman, Emily Lawrence and Hannah Zehall completing the top five. The Colonials bested the Golden Knights, 26-32. Both New Oxford and Eastern earned 15-50 victories over Fairfield.