The West York field hockey team solidified its hold on first place in York-Adams Division II on Monday with a 5-1 victory over Susquehannock.
The Bulldogs improved to 3-0-0 in the division, while Susquehannock fell to 1-1-0.
Madison Wampler powered the Bulldogs, scoring two goals and adding two assists. Holli Eppley scored two goals and added one assist for the winners, while Allie Laird scored one goal. The Bulldogs held the Warriors to five shots on goal for the game.
For the Warriors, Camryn Bork scored the lone goal.
West York won the JV match, 2-1.
OTHER FIELD HOCKEY
DALLASTOWN 3, DOVER 0: At Dallastown, Bryna Cook scored two goals to highlight the Wildcats' victory over the Eagles. Alyson Meloni also scored for Dallastown, and Molly Childress and Julia Snyder supplied assists. Dallastown's defense didn't allow Dover to take a single shot on goal. The Wildcats, meanwhile, fired 19 shots, and had 18 corners to one for the Eagles. The Wildcats lead York-Adams Division I at 5-0-0. Dallastown also won the JV match, 2-0.
KENNARD-DALE 2, EASTERN YORK 0: At Wrightsville, Lindsey Duty had a goal and an assist to lead K-D. Sierra Summer had K-D's other score.
DELONE CATHOLIC 3, BIGLERVILLE 1: At McSherrystown, Becky Henn had a goal and two assists to lead Delone. Elisibeth Brillhart also had two assists for the Squirettes.
BERMUDIAN SPRINGS 5, HANOVER 1: At York Springs, Mackenzie Farley (two goals), Amy Thoman (two goals) and Shannon Kuhn (two assists) led Bermudian.
LITTLESTOWN 2, FAIRFIELD 1: At Fairfield, Karissa O'Conner scored the game-winning goal at the 11:16 mark of the overtime period to capture the York-Adams Division III victory. Littlestown won the JV match, 2-1.
NEW OXFORD 5, NORTHEASTERN 1: At Manchester, Sarah Groft led the Colonials to the York-Adams Division I victory by scoring two goals and adding two assists. For the Bobcats, Ally Kessler scored the lone goal, while Sami Gordineer picked up an assist.
CENTRAL YORK 2, SOUTH WESTERN 1: At Hanover, the Panthers improved to 4-1-0 in York-Adams Division I action, while South Western fell to 1-4-0. No other details were provided.