The York-Adams Division III boys' basketball race is getting very interesting.

York Suburban and Bermudian Springs are now tied for second place in the division at 9-3 after the Trojans earned an impressive road victory at Bermudian on Thursday night, 64-48.

Both teams are just one game behind division-leading Eastern York, which sits at 10-2. Susquehannock is fourth division at 9-4 after beating Littlestown on Thursday, 61-43.

Each of the top three teams in the division has two division games remaining. Eastern York is at Suburban on Friday night, and then plays host to Bermudian on Tuesday. Bermudian also plays at Littlestown (4-8) Friday, and Suburban plays host to Susquehannock (8-4) on Tuesday.

In Suburban's win over Bermudian on Thursday, the Trojans pulled away in the third quarter, when they held the home team to six points, and knocked in 16. That gave Suburban a 13-point advantage going into the final quarter. Evan Eberhardinger led the Trojans with 16 points. C.J. Boxley knocked in 15 points for the winners, while Isaiah Randall scored 12. For the Eagles, Silas Murren scored 13 points, while Neil Murren scored 12 and Zach Stroup added 10. Suburban improved to 10-9 overall, while Bermudian fell to 15-4.

In Susquehannock's win over Littlestown, the Warriors led by just three points at halftime, but outscored the Thunderbolts 33-18 in the second half. The Warriors' Tyler Brooks pumped in 24 points to lead all scorers, and Tim Frey and Dan Ferraro combined for 25 Susquehannock points. Littlestown's Ryan Kehr and Braden Becker teamed for 25 points. Susquehannock improved to 14-6 overall. Littlestown fell 6-15.

OTHER BOYS' BASKETBALL

HARRISBURG CHRIS TIAN 62, YORK COUNTRY DAY 38: At York, Sam Furio and K. Boampang combined for 27 points, but the Greyhounds weren't able to keep up with the visitors, who bolted to a 32-7 lead in the opening quarter. Connor Shroyer finished with 29 points for Harrisburg Christian.