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The Dallastown baseball team is now tied for first place in York-Adams Division I with arch-rival Red Lion.

The Wildcats cruised to an 11-0, 4 1/2-inning, mercy-rule triumph over visiting York Suburban on Thursday.

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Hailey Kessinger threw a one-hit shutout to help Spring Grove beat Northeastern on Thursday, 8-0, and move into sole possession of first place in York-Adams League Division I softball.

Kessinger struck out five and walked two.

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The Dallastown boys’ tennis team swept Spring Grove, 5-0, on Wednesday to sew up another outright York-Adams Division I championship.

Tyler Lilie, Nicholas Istvanic and Logan Maddox swept the singles matches, while Vincent Villano/Jack Lynam and Luca Fimmano/Evan Robinson won in doubles.  All of the Wildcats’ wins came in straight sets.

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West York vs York Suburban track and field

The York Suburban boys’ and girls’ track teams each picked up key wins in the York-Adams League Division II race, sweeping West York on Thursday afternoon.

The boys won, 85-65, while the girls cruised to a 102-48 victory. With the win, the Trojan boys improved to 4-0 in Division II and are now alone in first, while the girls improved to 3-1 in Division II.

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Dallastown vs Red Lion boys' tennis

The powerhouse Dallastown High School boys’ tennis team has added another championship to its storied history.

In a battle of York-Adams Division I unbeatens, the Wildcats cruised to a 5-0 victory at South Western on Wednesday.

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The top two softball teams in York-Adams League Division II suffered upset losses on Monday.

The Northeastern Bobcats picked up their first victory of the season on Monday by knocking off visiting Susquehannock, 7-1. The Warriors entered the game with most wins in York-Adams Division II. Northeastern improved to 1-5 overall and 1-4 in D-II. Susquehannock fell to 4-3 and 3-3. Belle Bortner pitched a complete-game seven-hitter to get the win, striking out five and walking two. Haley Updegraff led the Bobcats’ offense, going 3 for 4 with three RBIs and three runs scored. She had a bases-clearing triple in the fifth. Krista Anderson also had three Northeastern hits.

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Dallastown vs Red Lion boys' tennis

RED LION — Dallastown’s Nick Istvanic noticed that the crowd “got a little louder” during the second set of the No. 1 doubles match against Red Lion on Wednesday.

Istvanic and his partner, David Trimmer, won the first set rather easily, but the second set was another story.

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