Susquehannock grad Wagner makes York College history
Susquehannock High School graduate Katie Wagner made some York College history this week.
The 5-foot, 6-inch junior women's tennis standout won her 31st career singles victory on Wednesday in the Spartans' 8-1 triumph at Frostburg State University.
Wagner cruised to a 6-2, 6-1 triumph over Kate Paylor in the No. 1 singles match. Wagner now boasts a career record of 31-8, good for a winning percentage of .795, the best mark in school history. Wagner is 10-3 this season in singles. Wagner is also a standout on the Spartans' women's basketball team.
The Spartans improved to 8-5 overall and 4-3 in the Capital Athletic Conference. York will be the fourth seed in the upcoming conference tournament. The Bobcats fell to 6-11 and 1-6.
Wagner was also part of a winning doubles team on Wednesday. She teamed with Darian Naill to earn an 8-2 first doubles win over Paylor and Kennedy Logsdon.
Red Lion grad Mckenzie Krout won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 2 singles. Krout also teamed with Maisie Supp to win at No. 2 doubles, 8-4.
The Spartans will open their stay in the CAC Tournament on Saturday when they host No. 5 seed St. Mary's in the tournament's opening round.
The York College men's tennis team, meanwhile, also earned a berth into the CAC Tournament thanks to its 9-0 win at Frostburg on Wednesday.
The Spartans, who have won three of their last four matches, are now 4-8 overall and 3-4 in the CAC. The Spartans will be the tournament's fifth seed and will travel to Southern Virginia to face the Knights in the tournament's opening round on Friday.
Red Lion grad Sam Innerst and Central York grad Devin Lehigh combined to earn the 8-5 first doubles win. Innerst kicked off the singles matches with a 6-3, 7-5 first singles win. Lehigh won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 3 singles.
OTHER YORK COLLEGE NOTES
Spartans' baseball team downed by Randolph Macon: The York College baseball team suffered a setback on Thursday, dropping a 10-6 decision on the road to a strong Randolph-Macon outfit.
The Spartans fell to 15-13. The Yellow Jackets (22-7) are ranked No. 11 in NCAA Division III.
Six different Spartans drove in a run in the game, while York Catholic graduate Patrick Clement was the only member of the team to have a multi-hit day, going 3 for 4.
York will finish its Capital Athletic Conference schedule on Saturday with an away doubleheader against Salisbury before starting the CAC Tournament next week. First pitch for the first game on Saturday is set for noon.