NEW OXFORD -- When their coach's milestone victory was secured on Tuesday, Dallastown's girls' soccer team and parents saluted him.
The players gave Barry Barbush the traditional celebratory dousing with the contents of a water cooler after he earned his 100th victory.
The parents presented Barbush with a poster following the Wildcats' 11-0 victory over New Oxford.
"It (the poster) read congratulations Coach Barbush, 100 wins," the Dallastown coach said.
"All the girls signed it. It was very touching."
Barbush, who took over the program in 2008, is an impressive 100-22-5.
His teams have won four straight York-Adams Tournament championships and four consecutive Division I titles.
"I'm proud of the accomplishment, but I'm certainly prouder of the girls who have played for me," Barbush said.
"They're the ones who made it possible. The girls work hard, and they want to play for me. That's a good experience."
Barbush also served as assistant coach on the Wildcats' boys' team under head coach Mitch Groh. Groh also is in the 100-victory club.
"It was wonderful working with Mitch," Barbush said. "He's younger than I am, but he had a wealth of information that I used. I garnered a lot from him in practices. I also worked with long-time assistant Tex Landis, and it was a good time with those guys."
Barbush is also proud of what his players accomplish off the field.
"Last year's team GPA (grade point average) was 3.39. I have a weekly Wednesday study hall for the girls. We have dinner, and we study."
The Wildcats pushed this year's Division I record to 6-0-0 and overall mark to 8-3-0 with the one-sided victory over the Colonials.
Brittany Hessler had a hat trick with three first-half goals. Hessler also had an assist.
Alaina Curry supplied two goals and an assist, and Ali Shick, Emily Ross, Brittany Gurreri, Meagan Newmister, Caroline Kaschak and Kristen Thomas delivered goals. Kelsie Druck assisted on two goals.
OTHER GIRLS' SOCCER
WEST YORK 1, YORK SUBURBAN 0: At York Suburban, Shyanne Kimbrough's goal at the 17-minute mark of the first half lifted the Bulldogs over the Trojans. West York goalie Stevie Gross recorded seven saves to earn the shutout, and Paige Grossman made nine saves for York Suburban.
NORTHEASTERN 6, KENNARD-DALE 0: At Fawn Grove, the Bobcats led 4-0 at the end of the first half and went on to capture the York-Adams League Division II victory. Logan Neiman led the Bobcats offense with two goals, while teammates Coryn Moyer and Kaitlin Brinker each scored one goal and added one assist. The Bobcats also received one goal apiece from Payton Hauck and Britany Axe, while Jensen Knappenberger added one assist. Northeastern goalie Taylor Smart stopped 13 shots to record the shutout victory.
CENTRAL 3, SPRING GROVE 0: At Central, the Panthers led 2-0 at the end of the first half and went on to capture the York-Adams League Division I victory. Sam Sweeney and Katie Hackos led the Panthers' offense by scoring one goal and adding one assist apiece. Teammates Mallory Shirey scored one goal, while Alex Wright made eight stops in goal to record the shutout.
SUSQUEHANNOCK 2, EASTERN 0: At Glen Rock, the Warriors found the back of the net twice in the second half to clinch the York-Adams League Division II victory. Jeanette Wilson led the Warriors' offense with one goal and one assist. Teammate Cassidy Mummert scored one goal, while Ashley Stone made six saves in goal to record the shutout victory. For the Golden Knights, Cassidy Layman made 19 saves in goal.