The Littlestown boys’ basketball team wrapped up its regular season with a strong 43-36 win at Susquehannock on Tuesday night.

The Thunderbolts (15-7) improved their positioning to likely make the York-Adams League playoffs with the road win over the Warriors (9-13).

Despite a sluggish first and fourth quarters that saw Littlestown get outscored by 10, the Thunderbolts responded with big second and third quarters, holding Susquehannock to just 11 points total in the two frames to build a 10-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Dan Gazmen led Littlestown with 14 points, while Logan Collins poured in 12.

The Warriors only had one player reach double figures — Adam Hedgeland who finished with a game-high 16 points, including four 3-pointers.

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West York 63, East Pennsboro 53: At West York, Kenton Meckley scored a team-high 21 points and teammate Jadakiss Fields added 13 more as the Bulldogs defended their home court. Drew Farling’s game-high 22 points led the visitors.

Heritage Christian 51, Red Lion Christian 38: At Heritage Christian, the Swordsmen had the game tied at the half (23-23), but were outscored 28-15 in the second half. Dillon Morris led the offense for the visitors with 10 points.



Susquehannock 53, Bermudian Springs 25: At York Springs, the Warriors capped off a strong regular season with a dominating victory. Jaden Walker (18) and Tyler Williams (17) combined for 35 points to lead Susquehannock, which improved to 19-3.

Cedar Cliff 62, York High 44: At Camp Hill, the Madey-Zania Redman led the Bearcats with 20 points in the loss..

Red Lion Christian 46, Heritage Christian 4: At Heritage Christian, Destiny Hollingshead led RLC with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Teammate Allie Damiano knocked in 10 points. RLC improved to 13-4.


Northeastern 48, Cedar Crest 18: At Manchester, the Bobcats received pins from John Kemper (145) and Dedrick Turner (220) to lead them to the non-league victory. The Bobcats as a team captured five forfeit victories.