The Dallastown Wildcats are the York-Adams League Division I girls' soccer champions -- again.
The visiting Wildcats slipped past Central York on Monday evening, 2-1, to improve to 9-0-1 in Division I action, good for 28 points. Dallastown still has two Division I games left, but no other team in the division can earn more than 27 points.
Dallastown has now won or shared the last four straight Division I crowns.
Cassandra Lewis broke a 1-1 tie, when she found the back of the net on a penalty kick with 15:22 remaining in the second half to give the Wildcats the lead for good. Landis also scored the first Wildcats' goal earlier in the second half. Brittany Gurreri picked up an assist.
For the Panthers, Kelly Williamson scored the lone goal. Central fell to 5-4-0 in Division I action.
OTHER GIRLS' SOCCER
RED LION 4, SPRING GROVE 3: At Spring Grove, Sam Andel's goal with 9:31 left in the second half pushed the Lions past the Rockets. Marissa Carlisle tied the game for Spring Grove, on an assist from Shelby Brassard, with 13:30 to play in the final half. Emma Georgantis, Brooke Amandola and Ashtyn Smith also scored for Red Lion, and Amandola supplied an assist. Red Lion improved to 8-3 in York-Adams Division I action. Anna Fenstermacher had a goal and assist for Spring Grove, and Ashley Wilt delivered a goal.
WEST YORK 6, NEW OXFORD 2: At New Oxford, West York's Shyanne Kimbrough continued to rack up the goals, scoring four in the Bulldogs' non-divisional victory over the Colonials. Olivia Manges and Amanda Cheak also had goals for West York. Margo Jacoby recorded a goal and assist for New Oxford.
SUSQUEHANNOCK 6, LITTLESTOWN 0: At Glen Rock, six players scored goals for the Warriors in the non-divisional match. Brooke McGee supplied a goal and assist, and Kristen Filsinger, Jeannette Wilson, Pheobe Licharowicz, Alyssa Denis and Summer Britcher delivered goals. Cayla Stiffler recorded six saves to earn the shutout.
BERMUDIAN SPRINGS 5, NORTHEASTERN 1: At York Springs, Taylor Mayers led the Eagles to the victory, scoring two goals. Abby Smith picked up two assists.