The Dallastown boys' lacrosse team rolled past Red Lion, 17-3, on Tuesday and moved into a tie for first place in York-Adams Division I.

The Wildcats improved to 12-2 in the division and 12-3 overall. Central York, which did not play on Tuesday, is also 12-2 in the division.

Jacob Mitchell led the Wildcats, scoring five goals and adding three assists. Tanner Ierley (three goals, two assists), Bailey Haines (three goals, one assist), David Dygert (goal, two assists), Tanner Bogacyzk (goal, assist) and Joe Didusch (goal, assist) also excelled for Dallastown. Wildcats goalie Jack Marks made 13 stops in goal to record the victory.

For the Lions, Jac Gemmill scored one goal and added one assist.

OTHER BOYS' LACROSSE

YORK CATHOLIC 10, EASTERN YORK 8: At York Catholic, the Fighting Irish outscored Eastern 3-0 in the final quarter to rally for the victory. Tanner Yanick (goal, three assists), Luke Brennan (three goals), BradLee Rosenzweig (two goals) and Tommy Bowser (two goals) led the Irish offense. Eastern was paced by Justin Keller (four goals), Christian Buser (two goals, assist) and Conrad Rhein (three assists). Corbin Kurtz made 18 saves to get the win in goal. Alex Smith had 23 saves in a losing cause.

GIRLS' LACROSSE

SUSQUEHANNOCK 21, RED LION 7: At Glen Rock, Brooke Clasing (six goals), Ashley Valway (four goals), Katelyn Welch (four goals), Carley Van Luit (three goals), Olivia Bond (two goals) and Maddie Ellis (two goals) accounted for all of Susquehannock's scoring. Sierra Donovan (three goals), Jenny Smith (two goals) and Raquel Rich (goal, assist) led Red Lion. Ashton Alban and Amber Orner combined for 15 saves for Susquehannock. Marissa Linden had nine saves for Red Lion.