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York Dispatch Staff Report

The Central York golf team completed an unbeaten York-Adams Division I season by winning the final tournament at Hanover Country Club on Thursday.

Central and Dallastown finished with identical scores of 404, but the Panthers won the tie-breaker (the score of the sixth golfer). Spring Grove was third at (406), followed by New Oxford (434), Red Lion (434), South Western (493) and Northeastern (505).

Dallastown’s Evan Greenplate earned the medalist honor with a 2-over-par 73, one shot better than New Oxford’s Mike Gruver and Central’s Gus Minkin. Spring Grove’s Victoria Ross and Mason Staub tied for fourth with 76s. Red Lion’s Ian Schaeffer, Central’s Connor Bacha and Dallastown’s Blake Sebring tied for sixth with 78s, and Red Lion’s Dylan Reichard, the only other player to break 80, was ninth with a 79.

Central finished 42-0 in division action.

York Dispatch Staff Report

The Eastern York golf team finished off a perfect York-Adams Division II season on Tuesday with a first-place finish at Briarwood East.

Eastern finished with a 379 total, good for a 25-shot victory over second-place West York. Susquehannock and Dover each had 435 totals.

West York’s Trevor Sweitzer was the individual medalist with a 2-under-par 70, while Eastern’s Zach Dixon was second at 72. The other golfers to break 80 were: West York’s Axel Hartman (73), Eastern’s Kevin Crumbling (74), Eastern’s Andrew Davis (75), Eastern’s James Davis (76), Dover’s Logan Snyder (76) and Susquehannock’s Caleb Bryant (78).

Eastern finished the division season at 42-0, while West York was second at 34-8.

York Dispatch Staff Report

Central York clinched the York-Adams Division I golf title on Monday by finishing first at the Bridges.

The Panthers improved to 36-0, good for 108 points. They hold an insurmountable 21-point lead over second-place Dallastown with just one division match left.

Central finished with a 386 total on Monday, while Spring Grove was second at 406. Dallastown was third at 417.

Central’s Gus Minkin was medalist with an even-par 72, while two of his teammates, Connor Bacha (76) and Mitch Marino (78), also broke 80. Red Lion’s Dylan Reichard also shot 78, while three golfers had 79s – Dallastown’s Evan Greenplate, New Oxford’s Mike Gruver and Spring Grove’s Garrett Leib.


York Dispatch Staff Report

Eastern York is the York-Adams Division II golf champion.

The Golden Knights sewed up the division crown by finishing first in Thursday’s tournament at Cool Creek in Wrightsville. Eastern finished with a 393 total on Thursday, followed by West York (407) and Dover (410).

Eastern is now 36-0 on the season, good for 108 points. West York is second at 29-7, good for 87 points. There’s just one division tournament left in the regular season.

The Golden Knights’ Andrew Davis shot 68 to take medalist honors. West York’s Axel Hartman finished second at 71, while Eastern’s Kevin Crumbling was third at 75. The other golfers to break 80 were: Susquehannock’s Caleb Bryant (77), Dover’s Logan Snyder at 77, West York’s Matt DellOrfano at 79 and Dover’s Brett Reiber at 79.


York Dispatch Staff Report

The Central York golf team was on fire on Wednesday in a York-Adams Division I tournament at Out Door Country Club.

All six of Central’s golfers shot 80 or lower, including a 4-under-par 68 from Gus Minkin.

The Panthers finished with a 365 total, which was 35 shots ahead of second-place Spring Grove. Dallastown was third at 411.

Central is now 30-0 for the season, while Dallastown is second at 24-6, followed by Spring Grove at 21-9.

Connor Bacha shot a 71 for Central, followed by Ryan Moran (74), Matt Bricker (75), Collin Potter (77) and Julianne Lee (79).

Red Lion’s Dylan Reichard fired a 74. Mason Staub (76), Eli Brooks (77), Victoria Ross (79) and Luke Hoffnagle (79) led Spring Grove, while Blake Sebring shot 77 for Dallastown. Mike Gruver had a 78 for New Oxford.

York Dispatch Staff Report

Eastern York continued its perfect York-Adams Division II golf season on Tuesday with a victory at Pleasant Valley near Stewartstown.

The Golden Knights finished with a 385 total, 30 shots better than second-place Dover. West York came in third at 420.

Eastern’s Kevin Crumbling was the day’s medalist with a 1-under-par 71, followed by West York’s Axel Hartman at 72 and Dover’s Logan Snyder at 73. There were three players at 75: Susquehannock’s Caleb Bryant, Eastern’s Zach Dixon and York Suburban’s Devin Moore.

Eastern is now 30-0 on the season, while West York is second at 24-6, while Susquehannock and Dover are tied for third at 18-12.


York Dispatch Staff Report

York Catholic clinched the York-Adams Division III golf championship on Monday.

The Fighting Irish improved to 25-0 in division action with a first-place finish at Range End Golf Club in Dillsburg. There is just one division match left in the season.

The Irish won by 60 shots over both Hanover and Delone, which came in with 453 totals. Each of York Catholic’s wins have come by at least 60 shots.

The top four scores on the day belonged to York Catholic golfers. Joe Parrini fired a 1-under-par 70, while Nick Geiman shot 72, Andrew Forjan fired 79 and Josh Stewart had an 83.

Division I: In the Division I match at Springwood, Central York also remained unbeaten, moving to 24-0 by posting a first-place 389 total.

Central’s Connor Bacha posted the day’s best score with an even-par 72, while his teammate, Gus Minkin, was second at 73. Julianne Lee added a 78 for the Panthers. Dallastown finished second at 408, led by Blake Sebring (77) and Evan Greenplate (78). Spring Grove was third at 409, paced by Victoria Ross’ 77.

The only other golfer to break 80 at Springwood was Red Lion’s Dylan Reichard at 75.

Dallastown is second in the division at 20-4.

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Eastern York won its fourth-straight York-Adams Division II golf tournament on Thursday at Regents’ Glen Country Club.

The Golden Knights finished with a 381 total, which was 24 shots better than second-place West York. Susquehannock was third at 427.

Eastern’s Kevin Crumbling was the day’s individual medalist with a 2-under-par 70. West York’s Trevor Sweitzer was second with a 71, while Eastern’s Zach Dixon and West York’s Axel Hartman each fired 72s.

The other golfers to break 80 were Eastern’s Andrew Davis (75), Susquehannock’s Caleb Bryant (76), York Suburban’s Ben Strine (76) and Eastern’s James Davis (79).

Eastern is now 24-0 in division action, while West York is second at 20-4.

Division I: In a Division I match at Pleasant Valley, Central York finished with a 376 total to finish first, followed by Dallastown (391) and Spring Grove (393).

All five Central scorers shot in the 70s, led by medalist Gus Minkin, who fired a 1-under-par 71. The other Central scorers were: Connor Bacha (72), Collin Potter (76), Mitch Marino (78) and Julianne Lee (79).

Blake Sebring of Dallastown fired a 73, while two his teammates, Andy Stewart and Dom Gurreri, added 76s. Spring Grove’s Mason Staub also shot 76, while teammate, Luke Hoffnagle, shot 77. Spring Grove’s Mike Gruver and Red Lion Dylan Reichard each fired 78s.

Central is now 18-0 in division action, while Dallastown is second at 15-3.

York Dispatch Staff Report

The York Catholic golf team continues to roll in York-Adams League Division III action.

The Fighting Irish finished first in Wednesday’s tournament at Flatbush Golf Club near Littlestown with a 390 total. That was 65 shots ahead of second-place Delone Catholic, which was the host school.

York Catholic has won each of the four Division III tournaments so far by at least 60 shots.

Joe Parrini led the Irish with an even-par 71, while Nick Geiman was second at 74. The only other players to break 80 were Delone’s Mario Statuto at 75 and York Catholic’s Andrew Forjan at 76.

York Catholic is now 20-0 on the season.

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Nick Geiman.

Nick Geiman. (BIL BOWDEN — For The York Dispatch)

York Catholic High School standout Nick Geiman won the International Junior Golf Tour Labor Day Classic at Hershey Country Club over the weekend.

The two-day 36-hole tournament was played on the East Course and featured 40 juniors across three divisions competing for national rankings and IJGT merit points.

When 36 holes was not enough, the Boys’ 15-19 Division went to a sudden-death playoff between Geiman and Peter Bradbeer of Philadelphia.

Beginning on the par-4 No. 18, both juniors recorded par to continue the playoff to a second hole on the par 4 No. 17. From the fairway, both juniors sought the green with their approach shots but it was Geiman who landed closest, within feet of the hole. The successful birdie putt from Geiman ended the playoff. Geiman recorded scores of 74 and 73 to finish with a tournament total of 147.

“It feels good to finally win on the IJGT. I know I have placed second and third once so it feels good to finally get a win against a good field,” Geiman said.


Sasse has ace at Hanover Country Club: Rich Sasse had a hole in one at Hanover Country Club over the weekend.

He used an 8-iron on the 150-yard second hole. It was witnessed by Rich Carter, Max Shaull and Mike Raborg.


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