Red Lion’s Ali Posey breaks past Manheim Central goalie Emma Beamesderfer to score Red Lion’s only goal of Tuesday’s game.
Red Lion's Ali Posey breaks past Manheim Central goalie Emma Beamesderfer to score Red Lion's only goal of Tuesday's game. (BIL BOWDEN -- For The York Dispatch)

It was not a good day for York-Adams League field hockey teams on Tuesday.

All five local teams who competed in the District 3 first-round playoffs on Tuesday suffered season-ending defeats.

Susquehannock came the closest to earning a victory, dropping a 2-1 double-overtime decision to Lancaster Catholic in a AA contest at Penn Manor. Taylor Mumley scored an unassisted first-half goal to give the Warriors a 1-0 lead, but they couldn't hold on. Ashton Alban made 17 saves for Susquehannock. Lancaster Catholic controlled play, holding a 19-6 edge in shots, and a 21-6 edge in corners. The 11th-seeded Warriors finished at 11-5, while No. 6 seed Lancaster Catholic improved to 15-3-1.

Red Lion also dropped a 2-1 decision in AAA against Manheim Central at York Suburban. That decision came in regulation. Red Lion's Ali Posey scored the game's opening goal, but Manheim Central rallied for the win. All the scoring occurred in the first half. The Lions' Jess Everett made six saves. The No. 6 seed Lions finished at 13-3, while No. 11 seed Manheim Central moved to 14-4-1.

Also in AAA action at Suburban, No. 4 seed Dallastown lost to No. 13 seed Ephrata, 4-2. The Wildcats, the York-Adams Division I and York-Adams Tournament champions, finished at 19-2, while Ephrata improved to 14-5-1. The Wildcats received one goal apiece from Haylee Anders and Rachael Anstine, with Anders' goal coming by penalty stroke. Wildcats goalie Niki Bream made nine stops. All six goals were scored in the second half.


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Back in AA, Kennard-Dale and Bermudian Springs each suffered losses by seven goals.

No. 12 seed K-D fell to No. 5 Lancaster Mennonite, 7-0, at Warwick. Abi Pietra made 13 saves in goal for K-D. The Rams' season ends at 11-5, while Mennonite moved to 16-3.

The Eagles, the York-Adams Division III champion, lost to Berks Catholic 8-1 at Lower Dauphin. McKenzie Farley scored the Eagles' only goal, while Regina Allen made three saves in goal for the ninth-seeded Eagles. Bermudian finished at 14-4-1, while eighth-seeded Berks Catholic improved to 16-5.


Dallastown’s Corey Reever, right, drives the ball down the field past defense from Ephrata’s Emma Frees.
Dallastown's Corey Reever, right, drives the ball down the field past defense from Ephrata's Emma Frees. (BIL BOWDEN -- For The York Dispatch)