York Catholic and Biglerville are headed for Round III of their 2012 boys' soccer rivalry.
The York-Adams League Division III foes will meet in the District 3-A quarterfinals at 7 p.m. Saturday at Northeastern High School.
That match-up was set up Tuesday when fifth-seeded Biglerville routed 12th-seeded Mount Calvary 8-1 in a first-round contest. Fourth-seeded York Catholic received a bye in the first round.
York Catholic (12-3-2) won the Division III regular-season title at 8-0-2, while Biglerville (13-6-1) was second at 8-1-1. In their two regular-season meetings, the first game ended in a 1-1 tie, while York Catholic won the second game, 2-1.
In Biglerville's win on Tuesday, Mario Ortega had two goals and two assists. Cesar Morales added two goals for the winners, while Koby Griest added a goal and an assist and Nate Fox chipped in two assists. Biglerville held a 14-3 edge in shots and a 4-1 edge in corners. Mount Calvary finished at 9-6-4.
OTHER BOYS' SOCCER
FAIRFIELD 4, CONES TOGA CHRISTIAN 0: At Conestoga Christian, the No. 9 seed Green Knights rolled to a District 3-A first-round triumph over the No. 8 seed. Gabe Clarke led the Green Knights with three goals. Quintin Smith picked up two assists, Devin Wilt scored one goal and Dan Warner picked up one assist. Knights goalie Anders Nordberg stopped six shots to record the shutout. Fairfield improved to 12-5-2, while Conestoga Christian finished at 14-5-0. Fairfield will face No. 1 seed Trinity (14-3-1) at 2 p.m. Saturday at Hempfield in a quarterfinal contest. Trinity had a bye on Tuesday.
CARLISLE 4, DALLAS TOWN 0: At Dallastown, the Wildcats trailed 3-0 at the half and were unable to recover, dropping the District 3-AAA first-round match. The third-seeded Wildcats outshot the visitors, 15-13, but were unable to find the back of the net. Tim Miller made nine saves in goal for the Wildcats. Dallastown, the York-Adams Division I champion, finished its season at 17-5-0. Carlisle, the No. 19 seed, improved to 11-8-1.
LOWER DAUPHIN 2, CENTRAL YORK 0: At Lower Dauphin, the 11th-seeded Panthers trailed just 1-0 at the end of the first half, but were unable to recover and dropped the District 3-AAA first-round match vs. No. 6 seed Lower Dauphin. Panthers goalie Chris Snowadzky made three stops in goal. Central finished its season at 14-7-0. Lower Dauphin improved to 16-4.
WILSON 4, RED LION 1: At Wilson, the 17th-seeded Lions trailed 1-0 at the half and were unable to recover in the second half, dropping the District 3-AAA match vs. No. 1 seed Wilson. For the Lions, Zach Neff scored the lone goal, while teammate Scott Rissler made four saves in goal. The Bulldogs held the Lions to four shots on goal. Red Lion completed its season at 11-7-1. Wilson improved to 20-1-1.