Bobby Haynes poured in four goals to power Red Lion to a 5-2 boys' soccer victory over Kennard-Dale on Thursday afternoon in Fawn Grove.

Haynes scored a pair of goals in each half.

Charlie Hufnagle had Red Lion's other score.

Aric Heimbach and Zach Malamphy had K-D's scores.

Scott Rissler made seven saves in goal to record the victory. Paul Ambrose had 12 saves for K-D.

OTHER BOYS' SOCCER

DOVER 2, NORTH EASTERN 1: At Dover, the home team rallied from an early 1-0 hole to earn the win. All the scoring came in the first half. Cody Toomey scored for the Bobcats, while Cristian Bonilla scored both goals for Dover. Dover goalie Dalton Heim came up big with a save on a penalty kick late in the game to keep the score at 2-1. Heim had nine saves on the game. Northeastern's Grant Myers made 17 saves. Dover improved to 3-2-0 in York-Adams Division II, while Northeastern fell to 0-6-0.

CENTRAL YORK 2, SOUTH WESTERN 0: At Hanover, the Panthers broke away after a scoreless first half on goals by Kyle Smith and Royce Clemens. Andrew Sauers and Shawn Morrison provided the assists. Stephen Gross got the shutout in goal, making two saves. Adam Alton had six saves for South Western. Central improved to 3-1-0 in York-Adams Division I, while South Western fell to 3-2-0.

DALLASTOWN 4, WAR WICK 1: At Lititz, the Wildcats jumped out early and took a commanding 4-0 lead at the half and never looked back to capture the non-league victory. Tim Foust led the Wildcats, scoring one goal and adding one assist. The Dallastown defense held the home team to just three shots on goal.