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Dallastown’s Kacey Oberlander swims the 100 backstroke final during the PIAA Class AAA Championships at Bucknell University on Thursday. She finished
Dallastown’s Kacey Oberlander swims the 100 backstroke final during the PIAA Class AAA Championships at Bucknell University on Thursday. She finished third in the race. (BILL KALINA — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
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When Dallastown’s Kacey Oberlander stepped off the medals podium at the girls’ Class AAA swimming championships on Thursday night, Oberlander’s teammates greeted her with rhythmic clapping and by calling out her name.

“It was slightly embarrassing,” Oberlander joked. “They were happy for me, and they wanted me to do well. Being a part of this team was everything I thought it would be.”

Oberlander, a sophomore, joined the Wildcats this year after swimming solely for a club team as a freshman.

She closed out a memorable initial varsity season by winning a bronze medal at the PIAA meet in the 100 backstroke with a time of 55.75 seconds.

Hershey star Meaghan Raab won the event in a state-record time of :53.08.

Northeastern’s Niki Price swims the 100 freestyle final during the PIAA Class AAA Championships at Bucknell University on Thursday. She finished
Northeastern’s Niki Price swims the 100 freestyle final during the PIAA Class AAA Championships at Bucknell University on Thursday. She finished fourth. (BILL KALINA — bkalina@yorkdispatch.com)
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“Swimming in this meet gave me just a lot of motivation,” Oberlander said. “The crowd was great. This is my first state meet, and it will be nice to look back on.”

Oberlander also joined with Julia Casolo, Erica Wise and Alyssa Bixler to place 14th in the 400 freestyle relay.

Price takes fourth: Northeastern’s Niki Price, who won the gold medal in the 100 butterfly on Wednesday night, finished fourth in the 100 freestyle. Price lowered her time to :50.79 from the :51.27 mark she recorded in the preliminaries.

“I thought she had a good swim,” Northestern coach Dan Schaeberle said. “That was her second-best time ever. She (Price) went up against girls who are 50 freestylers.”

Schaeberle said that Price, who will swim at Penn State, had a phenomenal meet.

“When it came to the 100 butterfly, the goal was to come here and win,” he said. “This (the medal in the 100 freestyle) was extra icing on the cake.”

Bixler, along with taking a leg on the 400 freestyle relay, placed 13th in the 100 freestyle.

Dallastown boys excel: In the AAA boys’ meet, Dallastown seniors Trevor Hine, Corey Stauffer and Mason Tate closed out highly successful careers by helping the Wildcats finish third in the consolation final (11th overall) of the 400 freestyle relay.

Hine, Stauffer and Tate combined with junior Noah Brockway for a time of 3:09:85, just behind North Penn (3:09:44) and Erie Cathedral Prep (3:09:71).

Earlier in the meet, Hine placed second in the consolation final (10th overall) of the 500 freestyle. He lowered his time from 4:36:80 in the preliminaries to 4:35:36.

Brockway, meanwhile, placed 15th in the 100 backstroke.

He’ll return to the Wildcats next season, but Hine, Stauffer, Tate and five other seniors will graduate, leaving a huge talent gap to fill in the program that has dominated York-Adams swimming.

“They (the seniors) helped create a legacy which, hopefully, will be with us forever,” Dallastown head coach Rich Howley said. “They will always have a special place in our heart.”

Asked what helped make this group of seniors special, Howley said: “Their individuality and their love of something bigger than themselves (doing what the team needed), which put them on the map. We brought six relay teams (three boys and three girls) here.”

Preliminaries: Nicole Smith of Dover placed 20th in the girls’ 100 freestyle with a time of :53.03.

In the boys’ AAA preliminaries, Chance King of Red Lion finished 22nd in the 100 backstroke with a time of :52.77, and Corey Stauffer of Dallastown was 26th in the 100 freestyle with a :48.06 performance.

In girls’ diving, Taylor Bahoric of Dover placed 22nd with a score of 164.45 after five dives. The original field of 32 was cut to 20 for the semifinals, which followed the opening five dives.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

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LEWISBURG — Being the defending champion brings its share of pressure.

Northeastern’s Niki Price felt it.

Price, though, didn’t let the pressure overwhelm her when she pursued a second-straight state swimming title on Wednesday night at Bucknell University.

“I used it (the pressure) to motivate me,” Price said after she achieved her goal of repeating as the PIAA Class AAA champion in the 100-yard butterfly.

Price captured the gold medal in dominating fashion with a time of 54.61 seconds. She set the tone by putting up the best time in the preliminaries (54.99) and then bettering that performance in the final.

“I knew my walls (turns) were absolutely awful this morning (in the preliminaries), and I knew there was room for improvement,” she said. “It feels pretty good to win again.”

Asked how winning a gold medal in her senior year compares to winning one in her junior year, Price said: “Both are special to me. I’m glad I have them.”

Price left no doubt about the outcome in her latest gold-medal swim by leading practically from start to finish. Price won the district title this year in the second half of the race.

“She went out faster (in the state swim),” Northeastern head coach Dan Schaeberle said. “Last year, when she came up here, it was, ‘we’ll see what happens.’ This year, it was, ‘let’s go to states and win it.'”

Price will go after a second gold medal on Thursday in the 100 freestyle.

“Back-to-back years are cool, but back-to-back days are even cooler,” Schaeberle said.

Three other York-Adams girls’ swimmers won medals. Alyssa Bixler of Dallastown placed sixth in the 50 freestyle and Nicole Smith of Dover and Kacey Oberlander of Dallastown finished eighth in the 200 freestyle and 200 individual medley, respectively.

Dallastown’s 200 free relay team (Bixler, Erica Wise, Justina Thornley and Julia Casolo) placed 11th, and the Wildcats’ 200 medley relay team (Oberlander, Jena Woods, Casolo and Wise) came in 14th.

Bixler improved her preliminary time by putting up a :24.04 in the 50 free final.

“I was really happy with that,” she said. “The relay team also dropped its time. It was a great way to finish my career in those events.”

Bixler will swim again on Thursday in the 100 free and as part of the 400 free relay team.

Dallastown boys shine: The Dallastown boys’ swimming team delivered some tremendous performances against ultra-fast competition on Wednesday.

The Wildcats earned medals in three events, one individual and two relays, on the first day of the two-day AAA championships.

Trevor Hine broke a 16-year-old school record in the 200 individual IM to capture a fourth-place medal. Hine covered the distance in 1:52:22.

Noah Brockway, Mason Tate, Spencer Hill and Corey Stauffer finished fourth in the 200 medley relay, and Hine, Stauffer, Hill and Brockway placed sixth in the 200 free relay.

“Is it nice to win gold? Yes,” Dallastown head coach Rich Howley said. “But we won gold in our own right. The 200 freestyle (relay) is an All-American time, Trevor’s time is an All-American time, and the guys set an All-American time in the medley relay at districts. Plus, all three times are school records.”

Hine was confident entering the IM that he could better his morning preliminaries’ effort of 1:53:46.

“I knew I was going to drop more because I’m more of a night swimmer,” he said. “I’m really happy with my swim.”

Stauffer, who like Hine is a senior, was thrilled that he was able to make two trips to the medal stand.

“It feels amazing to finish my senior year with two medals,” Stauffer said. “I knew our medley relay would be strong, but it proved to be our strongest relay.”

Hill, a sophomore, along with swimming legs on the two relay teams, placed 14th in the consolation final of the 100 fly. He holds the school record (:50.82) in the event.

Preliminaries: Dover’s 200 free team of Rachel Spaulding, Mia Becker, Summer Dacheux and Nicole Smith placed 19th in the girls’ 200 free relay with a time of 1:39.53.

Other York-Adams finishers in the morning preliminaries were: Dallastown’s Mason Tate, 26th in the boys’ 200 IM (1:59:86); Red Lion’s Chance King, 27th in the boys’ 100 fly (52:88); Red Lion’s Courtney Schaefer, tied for 29th in the girls’ 200 IM (2:12:99); and South Western’s Andrew Feeser, 30th in the boys’ diving (147.15).

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

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Northeastern’s Niki Price will return this week to the place where she recorded history.

The Bobcats’ senior became the first female swimmer from her school to win a state swimming title.

Price captured the Class AAA 100-yard butterfly crown during the 2013 Class AAA girls’ meet at Bucknell University.

The swimmers will be back at Bucknell’s Kinney Natatorium this week for the 2014 state championships.

The Class AAA competition, girls and boys, will take place on Wednesday and Thursday. The swimmers from AA schools, meanwhile, will compete for medals on Friday and Saturday.

Price is tied for third in the seeded times for the 100 fly with a performance of 55.69 seconds. However, she went more than a second faster last year to win the championship.

The 100 butterfly isn’t the only event where Price is in the hunt for a gold medal.

She’s seeded second in the 100 freestyle with a time of :50.64, which is just one-hundredth of a second behind top-seeded Katie Ford of Mount Lebanon.

While Price will close out her high school career at Bucknell, another female swimmer from York County will enter her first state meet with the top times in two Class AA events.

West York freshman Courtney Harnish, who electrified the crowd at the District 3 Meet with two record-breaking swims, is seeded first in the 200 freestyle (1:47:16) and 500 freestyle (4:44:62).

Harnish could possibly take down two more records in the most prestigious meet of the season.

The Class AA state girls’ record in the 200 free is 1:47:05 and the 500 free mark is 4:43.93.

In the AA girls’ meet, York Suburban’s 200 medley relay team of Carson Gross, Megan Hunt, Emily Schmittle and Anna Schmittle is seeded second, and the Suburban team of Will Massey, John Spinello, Matt Spinello and Alex Fridman holds the third-fastest time in the Boys’ AA 200 medley relay.

In the AAA girls’ meet, Dallastown’s Kacey Oberlander is seeded third in the 100 backstroke and fifth in the 200 individual medley.

The Dallastown boys’ swimmers, who dominated the York-Adams Honor Roll all season, will undoubtedly make their presence felt in the medal chase at the ultra-fast Class AAA meet. The Wildcats are coming off a strong showing in the District 3 Meet, where they placed second to a powerhouse Hershey team.

— Dick VanOlinda writes about high school sports for The York Dispatch. He can be reached at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

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Niki Price of Northeastern will return in a quest for a second straight title.

Freshman sensation Courtney Harnish of West York, meanwhile, will make her meet debut after a sensational regular season during which she broke four league records.

Another freshman, Megan Hunt of York Suburban, will enter with the fastest time in a bid for a gold medal, and Dallastown star Trevor Hine will go after another crown in one event while renewing a rivalry in a second event.

Hanover junior Jordan Lytle, who doesn’t have an opportunity to swim for a team during the regular season because his school doesn’t sponsor swimming, will seek to turn a top-seeded time into a gold medal.

Those are some of the storylines for the District 3 Swimming Championships which will take place on Friday and Saturday at Cumberland Valley High School.

Price, a senior, captured the district title last year in the Girls’ Class AAA 100 butterfly. She followed up by winning the state crown at Bucknell University. Price, who will swim next year at Penn State, is top seeded in this year’s 100 fly with a time of 57.19.

Harnish, meanwhile, burst on the swimming scene this year by establishing new York-Adams League records in the 200 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 100 freestyle and 500 freestyle. She has the fastest times in the Girls’ Class AA 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle heading into the district meet. Harnish’s time in the 200 (1:49:26) is faster than the current district record, and her time in the 500 (4:46:66) is just two-hundreds of a second off the district mark.

Hunt comes in with the best time in the Girls’ Class AA 100 breaststroke. York Suburban, the defending team champion, also owns the top seeds in the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay.

Hine is seeded behind Manheim Township’s Dan Ross in the Boys’ Class AAA 200 IM, but the Dallastown standout won the event last year in a time of 1:53.24.

The Florida State-bound Hine finished just three-hundreds of a second behind Hershey’s Zach Luttrell in last year’s 500 freestyle. Look for another terrific race this year as Luttrell checks in with a time of 4:38.11, and Hine enters with a performance of 4:39.33. Hine’s time is a York-Adams League record.

The district meet will feature outstanding races, and maybe, even some surprises.

Winning a medal is certainly every swimmer’s goal, but at the same time, each swimmer will also focus on earning a qualifying time to the biggest meet of the season: the PIAA Championships on March 12-15 at Bucknell University.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com

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West York’s Erica Sarver finished second in the District 3-AA Girls’ Diving Championships on Wednesday night at Big Spring High School.

Sarver finished with a total of 331.25 points. Palmyra’s Brianna Urich won the event at 346.05.

Northeastern’s Joseph Writer took seventh in the boys’ event at 220.10. Trinity’s Brad Buchter won at 528.05.

Sarver and Writer were the only York-Adams athletes competing in the event.

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Spencer Hill and Taylor Hoover will return to Central York High School on Friday, the scene of their dazzling debuts at the York-Adams League Swimming Championships.

The two freshmen delivered gold-medal winning swims last year at the league meet.

Hill, of Dallastown High School, won the boys’ 100-yard butterfly in a time of 54.82 seconds, and Hoover, of West York, captured the girls’ 500 freestyle in 5:05:42.

“I was ecstatic,” Hill recalled during practice on Wednesday afternoon. “There is nothing like it, winning as a freshman. I was kind of surprised, though. I was racing against a couple of my friends.”

Hoover described the scene as “crazy” after she won.

“It was surprising to myself, the coaches and team,” she said. “It was an awesome atmosphere to be around.”

West York head coach David Tate said the coaching staff hasn’t asked Hoover to swim the 500 as much this year as last year.

“We have some freshmen who we wanted to see what they can do in the event,” Tate said. “Swimming the 500 is both physical and mental. Without the physical training, you’re not going to last, but without the killer instinct, you won’t be able to go for it and finish strong in the last two or three laps.”

Hill, who holds the fastest butterfly time going into this year’s event, enjoys competing in the demanding event.

“Not many people swim it because it’s a tough event. It’s one of the hardest strokes to swim,” he said. “I put in a lot of hard work over the summer, and I’ve been training hard here (with the Dallastown team).”

Hoover is seeded second in the 500 freestyle this year behind York Suburban’s Carson Gross. The 20-lap event is the longest one in a high school meet.

“It’s such a long race, and you have to sprint it all the way,” Hoover said. “I’m coming off an injury (shoulder), but I’m back and better than ever and looking to do better (time wise) than last year.”

Hill’s seeded time this year (:52.38) is more than two seconds better than his winning time of last year.

“Spencer’s form is beautiful, and he’s taller and bigger this year,” Dallastown head coach Rich Howley said. “He has big dreams. He wants to go to a Division I college for swimming.”

Dominant Dallastown: Hill is part of a dominating high school team that recently captured its sixth straight York-Adams Division I title. The Wildcats have won 19 of the last 23 division crowns.

Dallastown swimmers are seeded first in six of the eight individual events and all three relays for the league meet.

The Widcats’ Trevor Hine (200 individual medley and 500 freestyle) and Corey Stauffer (50 freestyle and 100 freestyle) gained two top seeds apiece.

Two Dallastown female swimmers, Alyssa Bixler and Kacey Oberlander, are each seeded first in a pair of races for the girls’ meet. Bixler will enter with the top times in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle, and Oberlander will check in with the best times in the 200 IM and 100 backstroke. The Dallastown girls, who have also won 19 of the last 23 Division I titles, hold the top seed in five of the eight individual events, along with all three relays.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

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SHREWSBURY — The Susquehannock boys’ swimming team sealed a winning York-Adams League season with a 115-55 victory over New Oxford on Monday afternoon in the Shrewsbury YMCA pool.

The Susquehannock girls made it a sweep by using their depth to defeat New Oxford, 94-76.

The Warriors’ boys captured five of the eight individual events and all three relays. Susquehannock’s Evan Mosko swam on three relay teams along with winning an individual event, and Robert Jackson competed on two relay teams in addition to recording a first-place finish in an individual event. New Oxford’s Kyle DuPree was the meet’s only double individual winner with victories in the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle. The Susquehannock boys closed at 3-2-0 in York-Adams Division II.

The Warrrior girls, meanwhile, piled up a 17-5 advantage in second- and third-place finishes to offset New Oxford’s 7-4 edge in firsts. Susquehannock clinched the victory by going one-two in the meet’s final event, the 400 freestyle relay. The Warriors’ Katie Steines captured the 200 and 500 freestyles and anchored the 400 freestyle relay team. Devan Bateman (200 IM and 100 breaststroke) and Regan Chalk (100 butterfly and 100 backstroke) each won two events for New Oxford.

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The York Suburban boys and Dover girls continued their York-Adams Division II swimming dynasties on Thursday.

The Trojan boys downed West York, 53-41, in a winner-take-all regular-season finale at Suburban. Both teams entered at 4-0 in division action.

The Eagles girls, meanwhile, defeated Northeastern, 115-70, at Manchester to finish off a 5-0 Division II season.

The Suburban boys have now won three straight Division II crowns and four of the last six. In the two years the Trojans didn’t win the title, they finished second. Before that, the Trojans had won five straight overall York-Adams League titles (2004-2008) before the league was split into two divisions.

The Dover girls have won four straight Division II championships.

In the Suburban meet, Will Massey and Alex Fridman led the Trojan boys to victory. Massey won the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke, while swimming on two winning relays. Fridman won the 50 freestyle and 100 free, while also swimming on two winning relays. Suburban’s Matt Spinello took the 100 butterfly and was part of two winning relays. The Suburban boys swept all three relays. David Foery (200 free), Jake Spangler (500 free) and Ben Spangler (100 breaststroke) took individual victories for West York. Suburban improved to 7-3 overall, while West fell to 5-4 overall.

In the Suburban-West York girls’ meet, the Trojans also swept all three relays en route to the win. Anna Schmittle and Emily Schmittle were each on all three of those winning relays, while also winning an individual event. Emily won the 100 fly, while Anna won the 100 free. Megan Hunt, Carson Gross and Madie Devaney each won one individual event and swam on two winning relays. Hunt won the 200 IM, Gross won the 50 free and Devaney won the 100 breast. Allie Gunn added a win in the 100 back for Suburban. Courtney Harnish swept the distance freestyles for West York.

At Manchester, Nicole Smith led the Eagles girls to the victory over Northeastern by capturing first in the 200 free and 100 free. As a team, the Eagles captured 30 points between the three relays. For the Bobcats, Niki Price broke a school record in the 100 back with a time of 57.55 seconds, breaking her previous record of :58.19. Price also took first in the 50 free. Dover improved to 8-1-0 overall.

The Northeastern boys beat Dover, 97-86. Devin Soop led the Bobcats by capturing first in the 50 free and 100 free. For the Eagles, Casey Marshall won the 200 free and 100 back, while Hunter Link won the 200 IM and 100 fly.

OTHER BOYS’ SWIMMING

Red Lion 106, South Western 74: At Hanover, Eli Aggen led the Lions by capturing individual victories in the 100 free and 50 free. As a team, the Lions captured 32 points between the three relays. For the Mustangs, Jordan Grim won the 200 IM and 100 breast.

OTHER GIRLS’ SWIMMING

Red Lion 109, South Western 67: At Hanover, the Lions captured first in 11 of the 12 events. Individually for the Lions, Anne Mitzel won the 200 free and 500 free, Jessica Sun won the 200 IM and 100 breast, Courtney Schaefer won the 50 free and 100 fly and Amira Washington-Myers won the 100 free and 100 back.

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Dallastown swimming coach Rich Howley reacts as the girls’ team of Alyssa Bixler, Erica Wise, Justina Thornley and Julia Casolo set a new school

Dallastown swimming coach Rich Howley reacts as the girls’ team of Alyssa Bixler, Erica Wise, Justina Thornley and Julia Casolo set a new school record in the 200 free relay against Central York on Thursday. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
Alyssa Bixler of Dallastown swims the freestyle leg of the 200 individual medley on Thursday

Alyssa Bixler of Dallastown swims the freestyle leg of the 200 individual medley on Thursday (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

DALLASTOWN — On paper, they were showdowns.

Unbeaten swimming teams going head to head for a championship in the final dual meet of the season.

The outcomes reflect just how outstanding Dallastown’s teams are this season.

Two high-caliber teams at the same school at the same time that a coach may see only once in a lifetime.

“We’ve had some really good girls’ teams, and we’ve had some really good boys’ teams, but as a collective group, boys and girls, this is by far our best,” Wildcats’ head coach Rich Howley said. “Everything this group has accomplished was earned with the focus, desire and passion they bring to the sport.”

Julia Casolo, center, and Alyssa Bixler of Dallastown hug after setting the pool record, along with Justina Thornley, left, and Kasey Oberlander, not

Julia Casolo, center, and Alyssa Bixler of Dallastown hug after setting the pool record, along with Justina Thornley, left, and Kasey Oberlander, not shown, in the 400 free relay on Thursday. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

The teams left their mark with Senior Day victories over Central York. The Dallastown girls captured their 10th straight York-Adams Division I title, 129-56. The Dallastown boys, meanwhile, earned their sixth consecutive York-Adams Division I crown with a 134-51 decision.

The Dallastown boys won every one of the 12 events, while the girls captured every event but diving.

The girls broke four pool records and the boys established two new records. The teams combined to smash 32 pool marks this season.

Dallastown’s Alyssa Bixler accomplished a unique feat on Thursday by earning two records in one swim.

Bixler combined with Julia Casolo, Justina Thornley and Kacey Oberlander for a pool-record time of 3 minutes, 38.22 seconds in the 400 freestyle relay. Bixler, who handled the leadoff leg on the relay, set a record in the 100 freestyle when she swam the first part of the relay in :53:17. In addition, the quartet of Bixler, Erica Wise, Thornley and Casolo, broke the pool record in 200 free relay with a time of 1:39.90.

“We set the 200 free relay record at Spring Grove, and it was such a great feeling to do it here,” Bixler said. “Coach said it was a barn burner tonight. Last swim, fast swim.”

Bixler, who plans to swim at Penn State, closed out her career in Dallastown’s natatorium by winning the 200 individual medley and 100 free. Oberlander, who’s a sophomore, also won two individual events, the 200 free and 100 backstroke. She established a pool record in the backstroke when she covered the distance in :57.43. Oberlander joined the team this season after swimming exclusively for her club team last year.

“Kacey was sort of the cherry on top for us,” Howley said. “We had a good cake to begin with, and she topped it off for us.”

Boys’ meet: In the boys’ meet, Trevor Hine, Mason Tate and Corey Stauffer won two individual events apiece in Thursday’s meet.

Hine captured the 200 IM and 500 free, Tate won the 200 free and 100 breaststroke and Stauffer captured the 50 free and 100 free.

Hine set a pool record in the IM (1:56.89), and Tate and Stauffer combined with Noah Brockway and Spencer Hill to set a pool mark in the 200 medley relay (1:39.18).

“In the IM, I felt pretty good,” Hine said. “The 500 is probably my favorite event because I can get into a groove, and even though it’s a sprint, I’m comfortable with that.”

Hine, who will swim at Florida State, had mixed emotions about his last home dual meet.

“It’s good competing on Senior Day, but it’s sad to see it (the high school dual-meet career) go,” he said.

The Dallastown boys finished 4-0-0 in league meets and 10-0-0 overall. The Dallastown girls closed at 4-0-0 and 9-1-0, respectively.

Central’s teams also had terrific seasons. Both the Panthers’ boys and girls were 3-1-0 in league meets and 6-1-0 overall.

— Reach Dick VanOlinda at dvanolinda@yorkdispatch.com.

Boys’ swimming

YORK-ADAMS LEAGUE

W L T P W L T
Dallastown 3 0 0 9 9 0 0
Central 3 0 0 9 6 0 0
Red Lion 1 2 0 3 4 2 0
South Western 1 2 0 3 4 4 0
Spring Grove 0 4 0 0 3 5 0
York Suburban 4 0 0 12 6 3 0
West York 4 0 0 12 5 3 0
Susquehannock 2 2 0 6 3 4 0
Dover 1 3 0 3 2 6 0
Northeastern 1 3 0 3 1 5 0
New Oxford 0 4 0 0 0 7 0

Central 106, Red Lion 64

200 medley relay — Central (Hartzell, A Tate, J Tate, Peckmann), 1:43:96.

200 free — J Tate (C), 1:52:61. 200 IM — North (RL), 2:02:98. 50 free — Aggen (RL), 23:11. 100 fly — J Tate (C), 55:57. 100 free — Peckmann (C), 50:94. 500 free — North (RL), 4:53:42. 200 free relay — Central (Johnson, Hartzell, A Tate, Kerestes), 1:35:85. 100 back — Hartzell (C), 57:06. 100 breast — A Tate (C), 1:08.60. 400 free relay — Red Lion (North, Brandt, Petrella, Aggen), 3:28:89.

Susquehannock 99, Dover 71

200 medley relay — Susquehannock (Gloeckner, Galante, Loehmer, Mosko), 1:52:72. 200 free — Link (Do), 2:02:12. 200 IM — Freidhoff (S), 2:20:41. 50 free — Mosko (S), :25:07. 100 fly — Link (Do), 1:01:04. 100 free — Marshall (Do). 500 free — Loehmer (S), 5:40:86. 200 free relay — Susquehannock (Mosko, Gloeckner, Altom, Jackson), 1:41:14. 100 back — Marshall (Do), :59:21. 100 breast — Galante (S), 1:11:14. 400 free relay — Dover (Link, Kwasnjuk, Boyd, Marshall), 3:41:98.

West York 100, Northeastern 62

200 medley relay — West York (French, Inners, Brindle, Foery), 1:53:28. 200 free — Soop (NE), 1:58:63. 200 IM — Foery (WY), 2:12:06. 50 free — Brindle (WY), 24:28. 100 fly — Inners (WY), 1:06:89. 100 free — Foery (WY), 53:14. 500 free — French (WY), 5:12:84. 200 free relay — Northeastern (Rambeau, Darrah, Soop, Linne), 1:40:83. 100 back — Rickard (WY), 1:09:16. 100 breast — Gilchrist (NE), 1:07:96. 400 free relay — Northeastern (Irvine, Rambeau, Soop, Gilchrist), 3:49:90.

York Suburban 60, New Oxford 34

200 medley relay — York Suburban (Massey, J Spinello, M Spinello, Fridman), 1:45:86. 200 free — Herrera (YS), 2:01:45. 200 IM — Massey (YS), 2:08:61. 50 free — J Spinello (YS), 24:83. 100 fly — Schmittle (YS), 59:37. 100 free — Herrera (YS), 53:63. 500 free — Anderson (NO), 5:50:99. 200 free relay — York Suburban (Fridman, Herrera, Massey, M Spinello), 1:34:41. 100 back — Long (NO), 1:04:43. 100 breast — J Spinello (YS), 1:09:93. 400 free relay — York Suburban (Massey, M Spinello, Herrera, Fridman), 3:30:53.

Girls’ swimming

YORK-ADAMS LEAGUE

W L T P W L T
Dallastown 3 0 0 9 8 1 0
Central 3 0 0 9 6 0 0
Red Lion 1 2 0 3 4 2 0
Spring Grove 1 3 0 3 4 4 0
South Western 0 3 0 0 3 5 0
Dover 4 0 0 12 7 1 0
York Suburban 3 1 0 9 5 4 0
Northeastern 3 1 0 9 3 3 0
West York 1 3 0 3 1 7 0
New Oxford 1 3 0 3 1 6 0
Susquehannock 0 4 0 0 0 7 0

Central 93, Red Lion 77

200 medley relay — Red Lion (Washington-Myers, Sun, Schaefer, Mitzel), 1:58:01. 200 free — Schaefer (RL), 1:59:84. 200 IM — Sun (RL), 2:18:69. 50 free — Washington-Myers (RL), 26:57. 100 fly — Schaefer (RL), 1:01:08. 100 free — Vaughn (C), 57:68. 500 free — Sopko (C), 5:38:85. 200 free relay — Central (Bahn, Luckenbaugh, Sweeney, Burgess), 1:50:25. 100 back — Spinney (C), 1:04:76. 100 breast — Mitzel (RL), 1:13:17. 400 free relay — Red Lion (Sun, Washington-Myers, Mitzel, Schaefer), 3:54:22.

Dover 96, Susquehannock 74

200 medley relay — Dover (Dacheux, Spaulding, Brenneman, Smith), 1:57:46. 200 free — Steines (S), 2:18:10. 200 IM — Shoemaker (Do), 2:39:30. 50 free — Spaulding (Do), :28:77. 100 fly — Bollinger (Do), 1:10:44. 100 free — Krewson (S), 1:0385. 500 free — Steines (S), 6:15:65. 200 free relay — Dover (Spaulding, Becker, Dacheux, Smith), 1:43:97. 100 back — Keuler (S), 1:12:98. 100 breast — Rodgers (S), 1:20:30. 400 free relay — Dover (Spaulding, Brenneman, Dacheux, Smith), 3:46:12.

Northeastern 103, West York 67

200 medley relay — West York (Keller, Hoover, Harnish, Hersey), 1:57:39. 200 free — Eckenrode (NE), 2:14:26. 200 IM — Hoover (WY), 2:19:24. 50 free — Sutton (NE), 27:66. 100 fly — Harnish (WY), 56:44. 100 free — Price (NE), 52:50. 500 free — Sevret (NE), 5:46:49. 200 free relay — Northeastern (Sevret, Hoffmaster, Moyer, Eckenrode), 1:52:75. 100 back — Harnish (WY), 57:32. 100 breast — Price (NE), 1:09:69. 400 free relay — Northeastern (Sutton, Sevret, Damon, Price), 3:58:72.

York Suburban 67, New Oxford 27

200 medley relay — York Suburban (Gunn, Hunt, E Schmittle, Gochnauer), 2:00:10. 200 free — Suarez (YS), 2:19:40. 200 IM — Gehley (YS), 2:42:44. 50 free — Zortman (YS), 27:74. 100 fly — E Schmittle (YS), 1:04:17. 100 free — Brubaker (YS), 1:05:00. 500 free — Bateman (NO), 6:01:88. 200 free relay — York Suburban (Hunt, Gross, A Schmittle, E Schmittle), 1:42:26. 100 back — Wolfenberger (YS), 1:11:15. 100 breast — Hunt (YS), 1:13:60. 400 free relay — York Suburban (Devaney, A Schmittle, E Schmittle, Gross), 3:50:03.

Wrestling

DISTRICT 3-AAA TEAM TOURNAMENT

THURSDAY’S SEMIFINALS

Cumberland Valley 46, Spring Grove 16

Central Dauphin 37, Exeter 26

THURSDAY’S first-round CONSOLATION MATCHES

Big Spring 34, Gov. Mifflin 26

Wilson 35, South Western 23

THURSDAY’S SECOND-ROUND CONSOLATION MATCHES

Exeter 33, Big Spring 33, Exeter wins on criteria

Wilson 34, Spring Grove 29.

SATURDAY’S FINALS

(1) Cumberland Valley (15-1) vs. (3) Central Dauphin (18-2) at Milton Hershey, 1:30 p.m.

SATURDAY’S THIRD-PLACE MATCH

(6) Wilson (17-4)vs. (10) Exeter (19-4) at Milton Hershey, 1:30 p.m.

DISTRICT 3-AA TEAM TOURNAMENT

SATURDAY’S FINALS

(1) Boiling Springs (11-1) vs. (2) Hamburg (18-2) at Milton Hershey, 11 a.m.

Cumberland Valley 46, Spring Grove 16 at Spring Grove

106 — Kaldes (CV) pinned Crooks, 2:39; 113 — Zorbaugh (SG) dec. Long, 9-5; 120 — Clingan (SG) pinned Barrick, :53; 126 — Reichart (CV) dec. Witmer, 6-4; 132 — Laughman (SG) maj. dec. Faruque, 14-0; 138 — Wolfe (CV) maj. dec. Gardner, 12-0; 145 — Duggan (CV) dec. Hartman, 5-1; 152 — Bentzel (SG) dec. Belga, 7-5 (OT); 160 — Warner (CV) pinned Bigelow, :21 ; 170 — Rudy (CV) pinned Copenheaver, 5:33; 182 — Cook (CV) pinned Erickson, 1:26; 195 — Rigney (CV) dec. H Sterner, 10-6; 220 — Stanford (CV) pinned Cribbs, 3:22; 285 — Drabenstadt (CV) dec. C Sterner, 5-4.

Wilson 34, Spring Grove 29Team2 xx at Spring Grove

106 — Wilkes (W) pinned Crooks, 1:59; 113 — Zorbaugh (SG) maj. dec. Strobel, 10-0; 120 — Clingan (SG) pinned Giorgio, :33; 126 — Moyer (W) pinned Witmer, 2:57; 132 — Laughman (SG) pinned Vogel, 3:13; 138 — O’Brien (W) dec. Gardner, 8-5; 145 — Hafer (W) dec. Hartman, 4-2; 152 — Bentzel (SG) maj. dec. Parker, 9-1; 160 — Yancey (W) maj. dec. Wolf, 16-5; 170 — Brown (W) dec. Kehr, 7-3; 182 — Baker (SG) pinned Keaton, 3:38; 195 — H Sterner (SG) dec. Rosa, 6-1; 220 — Hatlee (W) pinned Cribbs, :48; 285 — Woodward (W) dec. CJ Sterner, 3-2.

Wilson 35, South Western 23 at Spring Grove

195 — L.Bowman (SW) dec. Rosa, 5-3; 220 — Janney (SW) pinned Woodward, 1:29; 285 — Hatlee (W) inj. def. S.Bowman; 106 — Wilkes (W) dec. Mowery, 7-3; 113 — Smith (SW) maj. dec. Strobel, 12-2; 120 — Wilson (SW) maj. dec. Giorgio, 17-6; 126 — Wherley (SW) pinned Vogel, 4:53; 132 — Moyer (W) dec. Sterrett, 5-3; 138 — O’Brien (W) dec. Huff, 2-1; 145 — Hafer (W) maj. dec. Wright, 13-5; 152 — P.Eidle (W) dec. Thomas, 5-1; 160 — Yancey (W) dec. Harris, 11-6; 170 — Brown (W) maj. dec. Brown, 10-1; 182 — K.Eidle (W) pinned Holtz, 1:57.

Other matches

Columbia 48, Eastern 30 at Wrightsville

106 — Witherite (C) won by forfeit; 113 — Combs (C) pinned Ennis, 3:57; 120 — Carroll (C) won by forfeit; 126 — Williams (C) won by forfeit; 132 — Lauer (EY) pinned J Hagen, 5:17; 138 — Pleasant (C) pinned Smeltzer, 5:37; 145 — T Hagen (C) dec. Lehman, 9-3; 152 — McKinsey (EY) pinned Bush, 2:30; 160 — Young (C) dec. Adinolfi, 5-0; 170 — Miller (EY) pinned Wakefield, 2:38; 182 — Ilgenfritz (EY) pinned Elliot, :52; 195 — Barshinger (EY) pinned Price, :18; 220 — Leytham-Peterson (C) pinned Sowers, 1:28; 285 — Munoz (C) pinned Dice, 1:06.

Susquehannock 37, Hanover 31 at Susquehannock

106 — No contest; 113 — Younkin (S) won by forfeit; 120 — Garland (H) pinned Hinkle, 1:53; 126 — Golden (H) pinned Seward, 1:53; 132 — Brown (H) tech. fall Riley, 17-1; 138 — Holloway (S) pinned Loveless, 4:47; 145 — Shafer (H) pinned Apgar, 3:13; 152 — Devilbiss (S) maj. dec. Morris, 10-0; 160 — Ledbetter (H) pinned Lechlinski, 3:23; 170 — Wenger (S) dec. Gladfelter, 13-7; 182 — White (S) pinned Hamm, 3:30; 195 — Krentler (H) dec. Quiles, 5-4; 220 — Myers (S) pinned Bowman, 1:15; 285 — Dell (S) pinned Miller, :36.

Central 39, Kennard-Dale 35 at Central

106 — Barnett (KD) dec. Robison, 7-2; 113 — Bracey (KD) pinned Novelas, :52; 120 — Chatterton (CY) won by forfeit; 126 — Butler (CY) pinned T Jones, 1:35; 132 — Musti (CY) won by forfeit; 138 — McNamee (KD) pinned Houck, 5:59; 145 — Blaine (CY) pinned Payan, 2:21; 152 — Stewart (KD) tech fall Tavarez, 19-3 (4:40); 160 — Scarborough (KD) pinned Emswiler, 1:28; 170 — Stauffer (KD) dec. Colon, 9-7; 182 — Marsteller (KD) pinned Borsa, :48; 195 — Walston (CY) dec. R Jones, 7-2; 220 — Stephens (CY) pinned Gladstone, 4:51; 285 — Morris (CY) won by forfeit.

Dover 33, Northern York 33, Dover wins on criteria at Dover

106 — Culver (N) pinned Long, 2:27; 113 — Rodriguez (Do) pinned Goretski, 3:11; 120 — Palmer (Do) dec. McBride, 2-0; 126 — Merovich (N) pinned Detter, 1:30; 132 — Hrinda (N) pinned Rhodes, :24; 138 — Pelkey (Do) dec. Taylor, 4-1; 145 — Ross (N) pinned Pequignot, 1:15; 152 — xAnderson (Do) dec. Avilia, 8-2; 160 — Ambrose (Do) won by forfeit; 170 — Teeple (Do) won by forfeit; 182 — Koser (N) pinned Lehman, 2:28; 195 — Eglof (N) dec. Richcreek, 3-1; 220 — Bisking (Do) dec. Blaschak, 8-1; 285 — Beckman (Do) dec. Smith, 3-2.

Girls’ basketball

YORK-ADAMS LEAGUE

W L W L
West York 10 3 13 6
Red Lion 8 5 13 7
Dallastown 8 5 14 6
New Oxford 7 6 11 7
Central 3 10 8 11
South Western 1 12 3 15
Dover 10 1 16 1
Susquehannock 9 2 16 3
Spring Grove 6 7 11 8
Northeastern 4 8 11 9
York Suburban 2 10 8 12
Eastern 10 1 13 6
Kennard-Dale 6 6 7 13
Bermudian Springs 5 6 9 10
Littlestown 3 9 3 16
York High 2 9 3 14
York Catholic 10 1 15 3
Delone Catholic 10 1 17 2
Biglerville 6 6 11 8
Hanover 5 6 11 8
Fairfield 0 11 1 16
Northeastern (56)

Burnham 0 0-1 0, Hauck 9 2-4 20, Kloster 2 2-4 6, Martin 0 0-0 0, Mathison 3 3-5 10, A Meyer 2 2-4 8, K Meyer 2 0-0 4, Pace 2 0-0 6, Sanchez 1 0-0 2, Schroter 0 0-0 0.

Three-point field goals — Pace 2, A Meyer 2, Mathison. Totals — 21 9-18 56.

Cedar Cliff (44)

Brock 0 0-0 0, Dalby 2 2-2 6, Dubas 1 0-0 2, Dugan 4 0-0 9, Hardy 4 4-10 12, Hindermyer 1 0-0 2, Kelly 1 1-2 3, Midgarden 0 0-0 0, Pressley 0 0-0 0, Reilly 3 1-4 7, Wazeter 1 0-0 2, Williams 0 1-2 1.

Three-point field goals — Dugan. Totals — 17 9-20 44.

Northeastern 19 12 15 10 — 56

Cedar Cliff 11 7 12 14 — 44

JV score — NA

Red Lion (47)

Eames 0 0-0 0, Funke 1 3-6 5, Kuehne 3 6-7 13, Horka 4 2-4 10, Shepherd 0 0-0 0, Reba 0 0-0 0, Maciejewski 0 0-1 0, Kendrick 0 3-4 3, Dimoff 3 5-6 14, J Shingler 1 0-0 2, P Shingler 0 0-0 0, Harvey 0 0-0 0.

Three-point field goals — Dimoff (3), Kuehne. Totals — 12 19-28 47.

Dallastown (58)

Crumbling 2 0-0 4, Small 2 4-6 8, Lehman 0 2-3 2, Gettle 1 0-2 2, Anstine 3 2-4 9, Hendricks 2 7-8 12, McGowan 8 2-5 18, Johnson 1 1-2 3.

Three-point field goals — Anstine, Hendricks. Totals — 19 18-30 58.

Red Lion 8 11 9 18 1 — 47

Dallastown 8 11 17 10 12 — 58

JV score — Red Lion 42-27.

Bermudian Springs (48)

Balzanna 1 2-2 4, Farley 1 3-8 5, Thomason 1 0-0 2, Hoffman 3 0-1 6, Kuhn 4 5-5 14, Emeigh 1 1-2 3, Erdman 5 2-2 14.

Three-point field goals — Erdman 2, Kuhn. Totals — 16 13-20 48.

Kennard-Dale (42)

Kincade 0 0-0 0, Gertz 3 0-1 6, Pilkey 1 0-0 2, Anderson 1 3-4 5, Martonic 0 0-0 0, Alsamadi 0 0-0 0, Duty 3 0-0 6, Trott 5 1-2 11, Freese 3 3-4 11.

Three-point field goals — Freese 2, Trott. Totals — 16 7-11 42.

Bermudian Springs 14 8 11 15 — 48

Kennard-Dale 14 5 4 19 — 42

JV score — Bermudian, 37-24.

Eastern York (56)

Althouse 0 0-0 0, Beaver 3 2-2 8, Kalke 2 1-4 5, Myers 4 0-0 8, Toomey 2 0-0 4, Dietz 2 0-0 4, Thomas 8 0-0 17, Kebede 1 0-0 2, Nalls 2 0-0 4, Pfeffer 1 0-0 2, Anslow 1 0-0 2.

Three-point field goals — Thomas. Totals — 26 3-8 56.

Littlestown (19)

Robertson 1 0-0 2, Gauthier 1 0-0 2, Morgan 0 0-2 0, Lauren Slater 3 1-2 7, Lanahan 0 2-2 2, Smith 2 2-2 6.

Three-point field goals — None. Totals — 7 5-8 19.

Eastern York 23 12 13 8 — 56

Littlestown 9 2 8 0 — 19

JV score — NA

YORK COUNTRY DAY (67)

Evans 2 0-0 4, Waltersdorff 2 0-0 4, Wilson 1 0-0 2, Campbell 8 1-2 18, Fuller 4 2-4 11, Edwards 5 2-6 12, Giannaccini 3 2-4 8, Collins 4 0-0 8..

Three-point field goals — Campbell, Fuller. Totals — 29 7-14 67.

Fairfield (17)

Kelley 1 0-0 2, Barlow 2 0-0 4, Harring 2 0-0 4, Roberts 0 6-14 6, Small 0 1-3 1.

Three-point field goals — None. Totals — 5 7-17 17.

York Country Day 24 15 16 12 — 67

Fairfield 1 4 1 11 — 17

JV score — NA

TWIN VALLEY BIBLE ACADEMY (33)

Taylor 5 1-4 11, T Mundorff 4 0-0 8, Nissley 3 1-2 7, M Mundorff 2 0-0 4, Berg 1 0-2 2, Phillips 0 1-2 1.

Three-point field goals — None. Totals — 15 3-10 33.

RED LION CHRISTIAN (42)

A Hollingshead 10 0-0 25, Baker 5 0-1 10, Kuczynski 2 1-2 5, C Hollingshead 1 0-0 2, Hill 0 0-2 0.

Three-point field goals — A Hollingshead 5. Totals — 18 1-3 42.

Twin Valley 12 2 7 12 — 33

RLC 16 2 14 10 — 42

JV score — None.

Boys’ basketball

YORK-ADAMS LEAGUE

W L W L
Central York 12 0 17 2
Red Lion 10 3 17 3
York High 7 4 13 5
Dallastown 5 8 9 10
Spring Grove 4 8 7 12
South Western 3 9 4 14
West York 12 1 20 1
Northeastern 6 6 10 9
Dover 6 6 8 11
New Oxford 2 10 5 14
Kennard-Dale 0 12 0 19
Bermudian 13 0 18 1
York Suburban 11 2 14 6
Eastern York 8 5 12 8
Susquehannock 4 9 6 14
Littlestown 1 12 2 17
Hanover 9 4 14 5
Delone Catholic 9 4 13 7
York Catholic 9 4 9 9
York Co. Tech 4 9 6 13
Biglerville 3 11 6 13
Fairfield 1 12 5 14
Susquehannock (30)

Hughes 1 1-2 4, Stoneberg 1 0-0 3, Kerr 0 0-0 0, Ferraro 6 1-2 13, Mock 0 0-0 0, Portner 1 0-0 2, Rennoll 1 0-0 2, Palmer 2 0-0 4, Kauffman 0 0-0 0, Isang 1 0-0 2.

Three-point field goals — Hughes, Stoneberg. Totals — 13 2-4 30.

Bermudian Springs (48)

Waltermyer 0 0-0 0, Huntington 4 0-0 8, Sanni 0 0-0 0, Myers 0 0-0 0, Tweardy 0 1-2 1, Brenneman 0 0-0 0, Murren 6 4-4 17, Orwig 4 1-1 9, Stroup 3 0-0 6, Alvarez 0 0-1 0, Hartzell 3 0-0 7.

Three-point field goals — Murren, Hartzell. Totals — 20 6-8 48.

Susquehannock 6 9 7 8 — 30

Bermudian Springs 12 12 13 11 — 48

JV score — Susquehannock 31-21.

EASTERN YORK (66)

LaCesa 1 0-0 2, Knaub 2 5-7 9, Nicholas 6 4-4 19, Woods 5 0-1 13, Kebede 2 2-4 7, Trebelcock 0 0-0 0, Rhein 1 0-0 2, Wildasin 0 0-0 0, Buser 5 4-6 14, Gladfelter 0 0-0 0.

Three-point field goals — Nicholas 3, Woods 3, Kebede. Totals — 22 15-21 66.

York Suburban (85)

Wise 3 6-7 12, Boxley 9 6-10 26, Moats 0 0-0 0, Mears 3 0-0 7, Olsen 0 0-0 0, McClane 8 0-0 21, Diehl 0 0-0 0, Bauer 4 0-1 8, Briggs 1 0-0 2, Salcedo 1 0-0 2, Mailman 0 1-2 1, Robinson 2 2-2 6, Merkle 0 0-0 0.

Three-point field goals — McClane 5, Boxley 2, Mears. Totals — 31 15-22 85.

Eastern York 17 10 25 14 — 66

York Suburban 19 18 23 25 — 85

JV score — Eastern York, 39-36.

KENNARD-DALE (48)

Deppen 0 4-6 4, Greaver 0 0-2 0, Nordwall 0 0-0 0, Robinson 5 1-2 11, Smith 1 0-2 3, Trott 7 1-3 17, McClean 0 0-0 0, Wooldridge 5 0-0 10, Hall 1 1-1 3.

Three-point field goals — xx. Totals — xx.

New Oxford (61)

Kibler 3 0-0 8, Decinti 9 2-2 25, Giannotto 2 0-1 6, Neiderer 1 2-2 4, Beans 2 0-0 4, O’Brien 3 6-10 12, Duvall 1 0-0 2, Lehman 0 0-2 0, Rivera 0 0-1 0, Shearrer 0 0-0 0.

Three-point field goals — DeCinti 5, Kibler 2, Giannotto 2. Totals — 21 10-18 61.

Kennard-Dale 6 16 11 15 — 48

New Oxford 20 16 7 18 — 61

JV score — Kennard-Dale, 41-33, OT.

YORK COUNTRY DAY (30)

Goodstein 0 0-0 0, Coffman 1 0-0 3, Onobranpeya 1 0-0 2, Ray 6 2-4 17, Boampang 0 0-0 0, Balser 1 0-0 3, Gladfelter 1 1-2 3, Wymand 1 0-0 2.

Three-point field goals — Ray 3, Coffman, Balser. Totals — 11 3-6 30.

Fairfield (61)

Quealy 1 3-4 5, Flickinger 1 0-0 2, Selman 0 0-0 0, Ball 1 0-0 3, Grams 5 0-0 11, Senseney 9 1-2 22, Arnold 4 0-1 8, Scherle 1 0-0 2, Moore 0 0-0 0, Hummel 0 0-0 0, Riley 3 0-0 6, Cavanaugh 1 0-0 2.

Three-point field goals — Senseney 3, Grams, Ball. Totals — 26 4-7 61.

York Country Day 6 11 7 6 — 30

Fairfield 15 13 18 15 — 61

JV score — None.