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York Suburban improved to 6-1 in York-Adams League Division II girls’ tennis action on Monday with a 4-1 victory over Kennard-Dale in Fawn Grove.

The Trojans received straight-set singles victories from Liv Pindzola and Elizabeth Huh. In doubles, Maddie Lenker and Dilly O’Donnell captured the No. 1 match, while Lucy Smith and Skylar Volz captured the No. 2 match.

For the Rams, Brooke Siebert won a straight-set singles match.

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Central York captured a 4-1 girls’ tennis triumph over Northeastern in Manchester on Thursday afternoon.

The Panthers received singles victories from Madison Mummert and Kaca Holland, while Lily Richwine and Sarah Kohr combined to win the No. 1 doubles match and Daniella Feistritzer and Olivia Quartley combined to win the No. 2 match. For the Bobcats, Courtnee Hoff won a singles match.

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Northeastern captured both doubles matches en route to a 3-2 girls’ tennis victory at Red Lion on Wednesday.

The Bobcats improved to 4-2 in York-Adams Division I action.

Brynn MacDonald and Lindsey Lewis combined to win the No. 1 match, while Mansi Patel and Kiera Cornish combined to win the No. 2 match. Teammate Courtnee Hoff won a singles match.

For the Lions, Tori Austin and Helen Zeidman each won a singles match.

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York Catholic swept the doubles matches to slip past Kennard-Dale 3-2 on Tuesday in girls’ tennis action at Springettsbury Park.

Abby Drabik and Betsy Allen teamed to win at No. 1 doubles, while Sadie Wurzbach and Carolyn Albright triumphed at No. 2 doubles. Mayra Hernandez won by forfeit at No. 3 singles for the Irish.

K-D got singles wins from Braina Miller at No. 1 and Brooke Seibert at No. 2.

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Susquehannock outlasted Dover for a 3-2 girls’ tennis triumph on Monday in Dover.

The Warriors received a singles victory from Julianne Cassidy, while Mia Kobylski and Kate Cramer combined to win the No. 1 doubles match, and Allana Jones and Jenny Sproul captured the No. 2 doubles match.

For the Eagles, Alex Giovanni and Ania Becker each won a singles match.

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Northeastern outlasted York Catholic 3-2 in girls’ tennis action on Thursday afternoon at Springettsbury Park.

The Bobcats won on the strength of singles victories by Evonne Qiu and Courtney Hoff. Qiu’s victory at No. 1 singles was the tightest match of the day, a 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 victory against Annie Javitt.

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Susquehannock outlasted Northeastern for a 3-2 girls’ tennis victory on Wednesday afternoon in Glen Rock.

Jessica McDonald and Julianne Cassady each captured a singles match, while Allana Jones and Jenny Sproul combined to win a doubles match to secure the win for the Warriors.

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Dover captured a 3-2 girls’ tennis triumph at York Suburban on Tuesday.

Alex DiGiovanni won at No. 1 singles and Anna Becker won at No. 3 singles for Dover. The Eagles got their third point from the No. 2 doubles team of Alyssa Lesher and Mary Teaford.

Suburban got wins from Samantha Clancy at No. 2 singles and Maddie Lenker and Lucy Smith at No. 1 doubles.

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Alyssa Neudecker is not a big fan of the new 3-2 format used in York-Adams League girls’ tennis matches this season.

“I don’t like it, because I don’t get a chance to play doubles with my sister (Ellie),” the Delone Catholic senior said.

Under the new 3-2 format there are three singles and two doubles matches, and a player who competes in singles can’t play in doubles, too.

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DICK VanO’LINDA, 505-5403/@ydsportsNew Oxford vs Dallastown girls' tennis

DALLASTOWN — Dallastown girls’ tennis coach Deb Gable told her players before Wednesday’s clash with New Oxford that it was a big match.

The Wildcats took their coach’s message to heart and rose to the occasion with high-quality play throughout the lineup.

Dallastown won two of the three singles matches and swept both doubles to score a 4-1 victory and remain unbeaten in York-Adams Division I. Both teams entered Wednesday’s action at 2-0 in the division.

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