PREP: Brooks scores 30 in Rockets win


Eli Brooks poured in 30 points to lead Spring Grove to a 63-57 come-from-behind boys' basketball victory at Lower Dauphin on Wednesday night.

Spring Grove's Eli Brooks, seen here playing for Weber Inc. during the York Summer Basketball Division I championship, will have his hands full in trying to slow down Northeastern's high-flying offense in Tuesday night's semifinal matchup in the York-Adams League playoffs.

The Rockets trailed 27-26 at the half, but outscored the Falcons 26-13 in the third quarter to take command. Brooks had four 3-pointers in the non-league contest.

Drew Gordon knocked in 12 points for Spring Grove.

Spring Grove improves to 10-1.


Susquehannock 51, Gettysburg 45: At Gettysburg, Susquehannock pulled off a road upset in a York-Adams Division II battle. Jordan McMillion and Josh Stoneberg each had 11 points for the winners. Marquise Camel had 14 points for Gettysburg, while Ravaughn Dillard added 13. Gettysburg fell to 9-5 overall and 4-5 in the division. Susquehannock improved to 5-8 and 3-6.

Dover 46, Red Land 38: At Red Land, the Eagles led by just two entering the final quarter (31-29), but outscored the Patriots 15-9 in the last eight minutes to secure the non-league victory. Najah Fink led the Eagles with 16 points. Teammate Brady DeShong knocked in 11 points. Dover improved to 8-6.


Susquehannock 51, Gettysburg 39: At Glen Rock, Tyler Williams scored 15 points to push Susquehannock to victory in a battle of the Warriors. Anna Mahan added 10 points to the victorious cause. Devetche Johnson led Gettysburg with a game-high 20 points. Susquehannock improved to 13-2 overall and 9-0 in York-Adams Division II.

Lower Dauphin 51, Spring Grove 27: At Spring Grove, Amber Schweiger’s game-high 14 points helped the visitors cruise to victory. Missy Katz’s 10-point performance led the way for the Rockets in the non-league contest.


Central York 59, Northeastern 12: At Manchester, the Panthers won the first seven bouts to easily defeat the Bobcats. Logan Paluch (113), A.J. McQuaide (126), Xavier Musti (132), Dylan Chatterton (138), Orion Musti (145) and Isaiah Dickson (182) recorded pins for Central. Northeastern’s only wins came from Dedrick Turner by pin at 195 and decisions from Corey Eaton (220) and Blaine Yinger (285).

Biglerville 56, Susquehannock 12: At Biglerville, the Canners received pins from Joshua Tuckey (106), Eli Tuckey (113), Seth Getz (138), Gabe May (145), Scott Cooper (152), Michael Southerly (182) and Victor Lopez (220). For the Warriors, Chris Stevens (285) had the lone pin.


Central York/Dallastown 1, Middletown 0: At York, the York County squad scored the lone goal in the game in the second period, earning the narrow victory in Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Tier 3 action. Colin Young provided the only offense in the game, but it wasn’t for a lack of effort from CY/Dallastown. The home team fired 50 shots on net, only scoring once on Middletown goalie Robert Allen, but it was enough. Griffin Long stopped all 16 shots he faced for CY/Dallastown. CY/Dallastown improved to 7-5.