At Central, the host Panthers trailed 2-1 at the half, but scored four second-half goals on the way to a 5-2 York-Adams League Division I victory over Dallastown on Thursday.

Erik Rishel led the Panthers' offense with two second-half goals, while teammates Kyle Smith and Conor Thornton both scored one goal and added one assist each.

Royce Clemens added a goal for the winners, while Oze Navat and Andrew Sauers picked up one assist apiece.

For the Wildcats, Tim Faust scored a goal, while teammate Blake Dube registered an assist.

With the win, the Panthers improve to 5-2-0 in the division, while Dallastown falls to 6-1-0.

OTHER BOYS' SOCCER

YORK CATHOLIC 2, FAIRFIELD 2: At Fairfield, the Green Knights scored the first and last goals, and the Fighting Irish scored two in between as the Division III rivals played to a standoff. Zach Ingram scored both of York Catholic's goals at 33:57 and 11:00, respectively, of the second half. Chris Sosa and Josiah Schendel supplied the assists. Devin Wilt opened the scoring for Fairfield at 38:47 of the first half, on an assist from William Jenkins, and Gabe Clarke delivered the equalizer for the Green Knights with 7:49 to play in the second half. Wilt provided the assist. Both teams had chances in the two overtime periods, but neither one was able to record the winning goal.

SPRING GROVE 2, NORTHEASTERN 1: At Manchester, Spring Grove rallied with two goals in the second half to earn the non-divisional victory. Brandon Arentz gave Northeastern the lead with an unassisted goal in the 35th minute. Spring Grove's Derek Carlisle tied the match six minutes later on an assist from Ben Joel. Chase Flickinger then delivered the winning goal in the 48th minute.

SOUTH WESTERN 4, WEST YORK 2: At Hanover, Justin Zinneman led the Mustangs to the non-divisional York-Adams League victory by scoring two goals and picking up one assist. Teammates Scott Hess had two assists, while Jordan Heavel scored one goal and added one assist. For the Bulldogs, Chris Markel and Michael Thomas scored one goal apiece.

RED LION 1, DOVER 0: At Dover, Dan Longnecker scored the lone goal of the match when the junior connected to find the back of the net. Teammate Evan Miller picked up the assist on the goal. The Lions' defense held the Eagles off the scoreboard to capture the York-Adams League non-divisional victory.