In a showdown of York-Adams League Division II boys' lacrosse leaders, Susquehannock edged West York, 14-12, on Wednesday night in Glen Rock.
Both teams are now tied for first place in the division at 7-4. West York is 8-4 overall, while Susquehannock is 7-5.
Susquehannock outscored West York, 5-3, in the fourth quarter to earn the victory.
Thomas Nace pumped in four goals for the Warriors, and John Chamberlin supplied two goals and four assists. Zach Speights and Phil Norris each had two goals and an assist for the winners.
Klayton Garman (four goals and one assist), Tanner Gerace (three goals and three assists) and Nick Wilker (two goals and two assists) led West York.
OTHER BOYS' LACROSSE
RED LION 8, SOUTH WESTERN 7, OT: The visiting Mustangs tied it up at 7-7 to send the game into overtime, where Red Lion's K.J. Gauntt scored the game-winner on an assist from Dominic Ruocco (goal, two assists). Carnie Fryfogle led South Western with three goals. Nick Young (four goals, assist) and Zach Nichols (two goals, assist) paced the Lions (8-3 in York-Adams Division I and 8-5 overall). Red Lion goalkeeper Brooks Arnold collected 11 saves.
CENTRAL YORK 15, SPRING GROVE 2: The host Panthers (8-2 York-Adams Division I, 9-3 overall) had four players score multiple goals. They were led by C.J. Belker (seven goals), Max Haldeman (three goals, five assists) and Ian Desenberg (two goals, two assists). Brock Neiderer scored both goals for Spring Grove.
YORK SUBURBAN 16, KENNARD DALE 9: The host Trojans had three players collect multiple goals, including Kris Reinhold (eight goals, two assists), Camden Kelliher (four goals, two assists) and Anthony Bettencourt (two goals, assist). Jesse Schonbrunner (three goals, assist) paced the visiting Rams.
YORK CATHOLIC 8, NEW OXFORD 5: The host Fighting Irish trailed 3-2 at intermission but scored five goals in the third quarter and added one more in the fourth to get the win. Peter Lijoi (four goals, assist) and Mark Kelly (two goals, two assists) did most of the scoring for York Catholic. Jared Stoken (three goals) paced New Oxford.
KENNARD-DALE 22, YORK SUBURBAN 3: At Fawn Grove, Nicole Black led the Rams to the York-Adams Division II victory by scoring four goals and recording seven assists. Also for K-D, Taylor Davis had five goals and two assists, Katie Fonte had four goals and one assist, Morgan Day had two goals and one assist, Lyndsey Duty scored two goals and Briana Gress had one goal and one assist. For the Trojans, Gabrielle Greco scored two goals. K-D improved to 11-0 in the division and 11-0 overall.
SUSQUEHANNOCK 18, WEST YORK 15: At West York, Bri Boyer led the Warriors to the York-Adams Division II victory, scoring seven goals. Brooke Clasing (three goals, five assists), Brit Boyer (two goals, two assists), Oliva Bond (three goals), Lauren Tennant (two goals, one assist) and Abby Hagee (three assists) also excelled for the Warriors. For the Bulldogs, Allee Ilgenfritz (seven goals), Karli Breeden (three goals), Sara Sweitzer (four goals, two assists) and Brittany Armpriester (one goal, one assist) led the way.
SOUTH WESTERN 17, RED LION 2: At Hanover, Katie Wherley led the Mustangs to the York-Adams Division I victory, scoring nine goals. Callie Kavanaugh (three goals, one assist) and Mary Rebert (two goals, one assist) also excelled for the Mustangs, who improved to 9-2 in the division and 11-2 overall.
NEW OXFORD 8, CEN TRAL 7: At New Oxford, Tiff Brzenk scored the go-ahead goal at the 11:30 mark of the second half to give the Colonials the lead for good. Liz Conn scored two goals for the Colonials, while Sarah Kindschuh scored one goal and added one assist. For the Panthers, MacKenzie Windsor and Allison Scott each scored two goals, while Jessica Ames scored one goal and added one assist.
YORK CATHOLIC 12, SPRING GROVE 5: At Spring Grove, Lindsay Ingram led the Irish to the York-Adams Division II victory, scoring four goals. Alexis China (three goals, one assist), Lindsay Givens (two goals) and Meaghan Bilyeu (one goal, one assist) also had big nights for the Irish. For the Rockets, Shelby Walter scored three goals. York Catholic improved to 10-1 in the division and 11-1 overall.