The West York girls' soccer team is building itself a dynasty.
The Bulldogs earned an impressive 4-0 Senior Day triumph over visiting Susquehannock on Thursday afternoon.
The victory assured West York of at least a tie for its third-straight York-Adams League Division II championship. The Bulldogs improved to 11-1-1 overall and 8-0-1 in the division. West York leads second-place York Suburban (7-1-1) by three points in the standings (25-22).
Both West York and Suburban each have just one division match left -- against each other on Wednesday night at Suburban. If Suburban wins that game, the Bulldogs and Trojans will share the title. If West York wins, it will own its third-straight outright crown.
Susquehannock, which had tied West York 2-2 in its earlier matchup this season in Glen Rock, fell to 5-2-2 in the division and 7-5-2 overall.
Bre Schlemmer had two goals to lead the Bulldogs on Thursday, while Amanda Cheak and Holli Eppley each added a goal and an assist.
Stevie Gross recorded the shutout in goal, making six saves. Cayla Stiffler had eight saves in a losing effort.
West York has now compiled a 26-2-1 record in division action over the last three years.
OTHER GIRLS' SOCCER
EASTERN YORK 2, YORK CATHOLIC O: The host Golden Knights (8-1 York-Adams Division III) got a goal from Tina Dalaperaf in the first half to lead 1-0 at intermission. Kayla Hengst knocked in the second goal on a header off a corner kick from Lauren Himes. Goalkeeper Emily Ryan made two saves for York Catholic. Eastern goalkeeper Cassidy Leyman made three saves.
DOVER 7, KENNARD- DALE 1: At Fawn Grove, Brooke May led the Eagles to the York-Adams Division II victory by scoring a game-high three goals. Kendra Hilbert, Rayne Palmer, Katelyn Wilt and Kylie McCall each scored one goal for Dover. The Eagles held the Rams to two shots on goal.
DALLASTOWN 6, SPRING GROVE 0: At Dallastown, Alaina Curry and Stephanie Le led the Wildcats to the York-Adams Division I victory by each scoring three goals and adding one assist. Meagan Newmister recorded two assists. The Wildcats did not allow the Rockets a shot on goal. Dallastown improved to 8-0-1 in the division and remain alone in first place.
YORK SUBURBAN 2, NORTHEASTERN 0: At Manchester, the Trojans led 2-0 at the end of the first half and went on to capture the York-Adams Division II victory. Bri Carr and Jordan Shoff each scored one goal for the Trojans. The Trojans held the home team to zero shots on goal. Suburban improved to 7-1-1 in the division.
CENTRAL YORK 3, SOUTH WESTERN 0: At Hanover, the Panthers led 1-0 at the half and went on to capture the York-Adams Division I victory. The Panthers received one goal apiece from Sam Sweeney, Sarah McLaughlin and Kelly Williamson.
RED LION 8, NEW OXFORD 0: At Red Lion, Emma Georgantis led the Lions with two goals. Sam Faller picked up two assists, while Sam Andek, Brooke Amandola, Alli McKenzie, Jordan Gebhart, Taylor Sprenkle and Amelia Thomas each recorded one goal. The Lions held the Colonials to zero shots on goal. Red Lion improved to 7-3-0 in York-Adams Division I and remain in second place.