The top two teams in York-Adams Division III squared off in Biglerville on Tuesday night.
After two halves and two overtimes, however, a winner couldn't be decided.
York Catholic and Biglerville settled for a 1-1 draw. The two teams remain tied for first place in the division at 2-0-1.
Chris Sosa gave York Catholic the lead with a first-half goal, but Harley Weigle evened the score for the home team in the second half.
Fighting Irish goalie Luca Grippi made 10 saves, and Canners' keeper Gerry Lua recorded four saves.
OTHER BOYS' SOCCER
DALLASTOWN 1, RED LION 0: At Red Lion, Noah Brockway's goal with 11 minutes remaining in the first half gave the Wildcats the victory over their arch-rival. Brent Batory supplied the assist on Brockway's game-winning goal. Dallastown goalie Tim Miller recorded six saves to earn the shutout, and Red Lion keeper Scott Rissler made 11 saves. Dallastown improved to 3-0-0 in York-Adams Division I.
KENNARD-DALE 2, DOVER 1: At Fawn Grove, Andrew Day had a goal and assist for the Rams. After assisting on Vince Failla's goal in the 22nd minute of the first half, Day delivered the winning goal in the 37th minute of the second half. Jason Cooper provided the assist. Christian Bonila scored for Dover in the 32nd minute of the opening half with help from Robert Maze. Paul Ambrose had seven saves for K-D, and Dalton Heim made six saves for Dover. The Rams improved to 2-0-0 in York-Adams Division II.
SOUTH WESTERN 4, SPRING GROVE 2: At Hanover, Scott Hess and Justin Zinneman led the Mustangs, with each scoring one goal and adding one assist. For the Rockets, Andrew Fensternmacher scored both goals.
YORK SUBURBAN 3, NORTHEASTERN 0: At Suburban, Zach Landis scored one goal and assisted on another, and Josh Siegelman supplied two assists. Andrei Kin and Tanner Martin also had goals for the Trojans, who remained unbeaten in York-Adams Division II at 3-0-0.
WEST YORK 1, EASTERN YORK 0: At West York, Chris Toth scored the game's only goal off a corner kick with 14:10 left in the game. Brad Wood got the shutout in goal, making one save. Logan Billet had seven saves for Eastern.