The Dover, York Suburban and Camp Hill track-and-field teams competed in a tri-meet at Dover on Thursday afternoon.
The Dover boys handed Suburban its first York-Adams Division II loss of the season, 85-65. Camp Hill beat both Dover (77-73) and Suburban (77.5-72.5) in boys' action.
In girls' action, Suburban beat Dover, 99-47. Camp Hill again beat both Suburban (76-74) and Dover (100-49).
Brian Lehman and Shaheed Mitchell led the Eagles over the Suburban boys. Lehman scored individual wins in the javelin, shot put and discus, and Mitchell captured individual wins in the triple jump, 300 hurdles and 110 hurdles. Dover's Danty Pagan won the 1,600 and 3,200 runs. For the Trojans, Chandler Draughn won the 100 dash and 400 run. Dover finished divisional play at 4-2-0. Suburban, which clinched the division title last week, finished at 5-1-0 in the division.
In girls' action, the Trojans captured first in eight of the 11 track events to beat Dover. Tagan Lehr led the Trojans by winning the 100, 200 and long jump. Paige Grossman won the shot put and discus for Suburban, while Lauren Shrader won the 100 and 300 hurdles.