Susquehannock made sure that West York would not go undefeated in league competition on Wednesday, pulling off a mild upset on its home turf.

The host Warriors led the entire way to come out on top with a 8-5 victory, dropping West York to 7-1 in York-Adams League competition. Susquehannock, meanwhile, improved to 4-3 in league play. The Warriors held a 2-1 advantage after the first quarter, 5-2 at halftime and 7-3 after three quarters.

The visiting Bulldogs had trouble stopping Susquehannock's Zach Gloeckner (four goals) and Aiden Kirkendall (three goals), who combined for seven of the Warriors' eight scores. Goalie Shane Silk made 13 stops for Susquehannock.

Seth Clauser paced West York with a pair of goals while teammates Alex Raffensberger, Hunter Betz and Devyn Roehm each had a score. Bulldogs' goalie Jordan Lombardo had nine saves.

OTHER BOYS' LACROSSE

York Suburban 12, York Catholic 10: At York Catholic, Collin Mailman led the Trojans by scoring four goals. Anthony Bettencourt scored two goals, while Michael Sipes and Foster Hoyt each scored one goal and added one assist. For the Irish, Luke Brennan scored four goals and added one assist, while Tommy Bowser scored two goals. Jacob Norton and Tanner Yanick each scored one goal and added one assist.


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Central York 17, South Western 9: At Central, Max Haldeman scored three goals and assisted on five other scores to help power the Panthers past the Mustangs. Ian Desenberg, Collin George and Nick Tranchitella also had three goals each for the winners. Katon Yanek supplied four assists for the winners. Anthony Devincent and Cam Sanders combined for seven of South Western's goals.

Red Lion 16, New Oxford 2: The host Lions led 13-0 at intermission and 16-0 after three quarters, with Hayden Jennings leading the way by tallying a game-high five goals. Teammate Sam Emig had three scores and Christian Castle, Tyler Dunlap and Tanner Reif each had a pair of goals. Goalies Dom Francisco and Matt Hale each collected eight saves. Joey Giannotto and Matt Bixler accounted for the Colonials two scores.

Eastern York 10, Kennard-Dale 9: The host Golden Knights led 6-3 at intermission, 9-7 after three quarters and hung on in the fourth quarter to get the win and improve to 4-4 In York-Adams Division II. The Knights, who are in the second year as a varsity program, were led by seniors Jon Witman (five goals, one assist) and Christian Buser (two goals, one assist) and junior Conrad Rhein (one goal, four assists). Goalie Jon Stickler collected 15 saves for Eastern. Jesse Schonbrunner (three goals, three assists) and Freddie Seitz (four goals) paced the visiting Rams.

OTHER GIRLS' LACROSSE

Kennard-Dale 18, Eastern 1: At Fawn Grove, Emmie Dressel led the Rams by scoring three goals and adding three assists. Morgan Day had one goal and four assists, and Maggie Biedermann and Miriam Gamache each scored two goals. Karly Burdette, Lindsay Duty and Gillian Zimmerman each scored one goal and added one assist. For the Golden Knights, Rylie Toomey scored the lone goal.

Dallastown 11, Spring Grove 5: At Dallastown, Kayla Thomas led the Wildcats by scoring five goals. Teammate Mary Eckert stopped 12 out of the 17 shots she faced to record the win in goal. For the Rockets, Lauren Grove scored two goals.

South Western 20, Central York 4: The host Mustangs scored nine goals in the first half and tallied 11 more after intermission to improve to 6-1 in York-Adams League competition. Braxtin Reddinger (four goals), Lauren Schmidt (four goals), Callie Kavanaugh (four goals) and Erin Brown (three goals) led the South Western offense while goalie Laura Silver made 11 stops. The Mustangs are still atop the Division I standings in front of second-place Central York (3-4 league).

New Oxford 11, Red Lion 8: At New Oxford, Lydia James and Aggie Phillips scored three goals each for the Colonials, who outscored the Lady Lions, 6-3, in the second half to earn the victory. Jenna Godfrey answered with three goals for Red Lion, and Sierra Donovan supplied two goals and an assist for the York County team.