PREP: Central York earns field hockey win vs. Red Lion
- Central York scored two goals to break away from a 1-1 halftime tie.
- Mikayla Sommer had two goals for the winners, while Breann Craley had two assists.
Central York scored a pair of second-half goals to break away from a 1-1 halftime tie en route to a 3-1 field hockey triumph over visiting Red Lion on Wednesday night.
Both teams are now 6-4 in York-Adams Division I action.
Mikayla Sommer had a pair of goals for Central, while Kyra Heap also scored. Breann Craley added two assists for the winners.
Amy Maciejewski scored Red Lion's goal off an assist from Haley Taylor.
Red Lion won the JV match, 2-1.
Dallastown 4, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, Sarah Baker led the Wildcats by picking up two assists. Kiele Fullerton, Nicole Crumling, Caroline Doll and Molly Lohss each scored one goal, while Sophie Beeler and Kaylee Frey each picked up one assist. The Dallastown defense held the home team to zero shots on goal. Dallastown improved to 10-0 in York-Adams Division I action. The Wildcats won the JV match, 5-0.
Kennard-Dale 3, York Suburban 0: At Fawn Grove, Morgan Bowings led the Rams with two goals and one assist. Renee Gering scored one goal, while Chloe Fornoff and Calie Swegon added one assist apiece. For the Trojans, Eliana Craft made 10 stops in goal. The Rams held the Trojans to zero shots on goal. K-D won the JV match, 3-0.
Northeastern 1, Dover 0: At Dover, Tapanga Barrick broke a 0-0 tie when she found the back of the net in the second half to clinch the match for the Bobcats. Teammate Alli Schundler made three stops in goal to secure the shutout. For the Eagles, Veronica Talton made four stops in goal.
Bermudian Springs 1, Gettysburg 0: Nicki Wolf found the back of the net at the 17:34 mark of the second half to secure the key victory for the Eagles. It was a battle between the two top teams in York-Adams Division III. Victoria Lilley added an assist. Bermudian won the JV match, 6-0.
Littlestown 6, Delone Catholic 1: At McSherrystown, Alexis Morey led the Thunderbolts by scoring one goal and adding three assists. Littlestown won the JV match, 1-0.
Hanover 2, Biglerville 0: At Biglerville, the Hawkettes received one goal apiece from Sarah Ginn and Avery Martz.
Eastern York 3, Lancaster Catholic 0: At Lancaster Catholic, the Golden Knights won, 25-21, 25-14, 25-16. Liz Pyles led the visitors with eight kills, six assists and three aces. Also for Eastern, Kierstin Grove had seven kills, Olivia Koicuba had six aces and Brooke LaCesa had three kills and three blocks. Eastern won the JV match, 2-0.
Central Dauphin East 3, York Tech 0: At Spry, the Panthers won, 25-14, 25-15, 25-22. For the Spartans, Brooke Glass had four kills, five assists, four digs and three aces. Also for Tech, MaryBeth Diaz had eight kills, while Kayli Shoff had five assists, three aces and five digs. C.D. East won the JV match, 25-10, 34-32.
Central York 1, Red Lion 0: At Central, Catalina Feistritzer found the back of the net at the 27:16 mark of the second half to break 0-0 tie. Chloe Carns added an assist, while Rachel Szczypinski made seven stops in goal to record the shutout. For the Lions, Erica Koterwas made seven stops in goal.
York Catholic 8, Littlestown 2: At York Catholic, Melanie Matthews led the Irish by scoring four goals and adding one assist. Also for the Irish, Macayla Welsh scored three goals, Paige Phillips added two assists, Amanda Tufano scored one goal and Carolyn Haskell, Eden Jahn and Renee Bonner each had one assist.
Susquehannock 4, Linden Hall 1: At Glen Rock, the Warriors received singles victories from Jessica McDonald, Julianne Cassady and Molly Hogan. In doubles, Jenny Sproul and Allana Jones combined to win a doubles match.
Fairfield 3, York Country Day 2 (OT): At Fairfield, Patrick Pruy scored the game-winning goal in overtime to clinch the non-league victory for the Green Knights. For the Greyhounds, Kilian Schaeffer scored both goals.