Red Lion and South Western had to work some serious overtime on Thursday to earn boys' lacrosse road victories.
The Lions won at West York, 11-10, while South Western edged Susquehannock in Glen Rock, 13-12. Both victories came in double overtime.
At West York, Nick Young found the back of the net in the second OT to clinch the victory. Young finished with four goals. Sam Sipe also scored four goals for the winners, while K.J. Gauntt had two goals and one assist. Zach Nichols scored one goal and added one assist.
For the Bulldogs, Hunter Heath collected three goals and two assists, while Klayton Garman had three goals and one assist. Nick Wilker had two goals and one assist and Seth Clauser picked up two assists and one goal.
Red Lion improved to 4-1 in York-Adams Division I and 4-2 overall, while West York fell to 3-2 in York-Adams Division II and 4-2 overall.
At Glen Rock, Carney Fryfogle scored five goals for the Mustangs, who rallied from an 11-8 deficit entering the fourth quarter. Zach Speights pumped in four goals and supplied an assist for Susquehannock, and Thomas Nace and Phil Norris combined for five goals. The Warriors' John Chamberlin provided assists on six goals.
OTHER BOYS' LACROSSE
DALLASTOWN 16, NEW OXFORD 4: At Dallastown, Jake Mitchell scored four goals and added two assists to help power the Wildcats. Bailey Haines and Tyler Wise added two goals apiece for the winners, and Pat Conroy delivered
CENTRAL 8, KEN NARD-DALE 6: At Central, Max Haldeman led the Panthers, scoring three goals and adding one assist. Nate Troupe and C.J. Belker each had two goals, while Vinny Tranchitella had one goal and one assist. For the Rams, Jesse Schonbrunner scored one goal and added two assists, while Dave Wallace scored one goal with one assist. Central improved to 4-1 in York-Adams Division I and 4-2 overall. K-Dale fell to 4-3 in Division II and 4-3 overall.
KENNARD-DALE 24, CENTRAL 3: At Fawn Grove, K-D maintained its perfect record with another dominating performance. Nicole Black scored two goals for the Rams and assisted on nine other scores. Briana Gress and Carlie Schmitt each connected for three K-D goals, and Abbie Pietra and Morgan Day rang up two goals apiece. Rams' goalie Allie Storke made four saves. The Rams are now 6-0 both overall and in York-Adams Division II.
SOUTH WESTERN 19, SUSQUEHANNOCK 9: At Hanover, Callie Kavanaugh led the Mustangs with four goals and one assist. Sydney Szparaga had three goals and one assist. For the Warriors, Brit Boyer and Brooke Clasing each collected two goals and one assist. Katelyn Welch scored three goals, while Bri Boyer had one goal and one assist. South Western improved to 5-1 in York-Adams Division I.
WEST YORK 13, RED LION 8: At Red Lion, Allee Ilgenfritz led the Bulldogs with seven goals. Carli Breeden had two goals and two assists, while Sara Sweitzer scored two goals and added one assist. For the Lions, Alyssa Dehoff scored three goals, while Sierra Donovan scored three goals and Raquel Rich had one goal and one assist.
SPRING GROVE 13, DALLASTOWN 9: At Spring Grove, Logan Ross led the Rockets with four goals and two assists. Shelby Grosberger scored three goals, while Emily Bankert, Carlie Musselman and Shelby Walter each scored two goals. For the Wildcats, Breann Young scored three goals, while Carly Godstrey had two goals and one assist. Emily Pettit and Lindsey Ellis each scored one goal and added one assist. Spring Grove improved to 5-1 both overall and in York-Adams Division II.