On Senior Night, two seniors came up big for the West York boys' lacrosse team.
Klayton Garman scored in overtime off an assist from Ryan Word to lead the Bulldogs to a 13-12 triumph over Susquehannock in a York-Adams League Division II showdown.
West York clinched at least a share of the York-Adams Division II title. The Bulldogs improved to 11-4 overall and 10-4 in the division. They lead second-place Susquehannock (9-6, 9-5) by one game with just one league game left on each team's schedule. West York is at Kennard-Dale on Tuesday, while Susquehannock plays host to New Oxford that same day.
Nick Wilker (three goals, four assists), Seth Clauser (four goals, one assist), Garman (three goals, one assist) and Tanner Gerace (two goals, two assists) led the West York attack.
The Bulldogs trailed entering the fourth quarter, 10-7, but used a 5-2 fourth-quarter edge to force overtime.
Susquehannock was led by Thomas Nace (three goals, one assist), Zach Speights (three goals, one assist), Phil Norris (two goals, two assists) and John Chamberlain (two goals, one assist).
OTHER BOYS' LACROSSE
SOUTH WESTERN 15, RED LION 7: At South Western, Rich Delea led the Mustangs, scoring six goals. Codie Mai (three goals, one assist) and Jadden Sanders (three goals, two assists) also excelled for the winners. For the Lions, Sam Sipe (two goals, one assist), Nick Young (two goals), T.J. Gaunt (one goal, one assist) and Christian Castle (one goal, one assist) led the way.
KENNARD-DALE 19, YORK SUBURBAN 8: At Fawn Grove, Freddy Seitz poured in seven goals to lead K-D. Dave Wallace added four scores for the winners. James Barlow recorded seven assists and Nate Mikolinis assisted on three goals for the Rams. Anthony Bettencourt and Kris Reinhold each scored three Suburban goals.
CENTRAL YORK 8, SPRING GROVE 3: At Spring Grove, Nate Troupe had two goals and two assists to pace Central The game was stopped at halftime because of lightning, but it's considered complete. C.J. Belker had two goals for Central. Spring Grove goalie Matt Bradenbaugh posted 14 saves.
SOUTH WESTERN 18, RED LION 8: At Red Lion, Sydney Szparaga and Katie Wherley led the Mustangs. Each had five goals and one assist. For the Lions, Sierra Donovan scored four goals and added one assist, while teammate Taylor Ritter added two assists.
YORK CATHOLIC 19, SPRING GROVE 4: At York Catholic, Lindsay Ingram led the Irish, scoring four goals and adding one assist. Natalie Fiorenza (four goals) and Megan Bittner (three goals, one assist) also excelled for the winners. Shannon Moore, Alexis China and Dana Amalfitano each scored two goals. For the Rockets, Carlie Musselman scored three goals. York Catholic improved to 12-2 in York-Adams Division II and 13-2 overall.
SUSQUEHANNOCK 17, WEST YORK 13: At Glen Rock, Brooke Clasing led the Warriors with six goals. Brit Boyer and Olivia Bond each scored three goals for the winners, while Bri Boyer scored two goals. For the Bulldogs, Alle Ilgenfritz scored five goals, while Karli Breeden and Sara Sweitzer each scored three goals.