The Dallastown doubles team of Tyler Lilie and Logan Maddox pulled off the biggest surprise of the day on Monday during the York-Adams League Boys' Doubles Tennis Tournament.
Lilie and Maddox upset the second-seeded team of South Western's Gavin Kenny and Vince Guy in the Class 3-A quarterfinals at Red Lion High School, 7-6 (7), 6-3.
The other three 3-A seeded teams all easily advanced to the semifinals with two wins on Monday. The top-seeded duo of Holden Koons and Hunter Jones of Dallastown lost just one game in two matches. The third-seeded pairing of Erich Nagel and Alec Schroter from Northeastern lost just eight games in two matches. And the fourth-seeded team of Alec Shue and Riley Krout of Red Lion lost just four games in a quarterfinal match after getting a forfeit in the first round.
In Class 2-A action at South Western, the top four seeded team moved to the semifinals. They are: No. 1 Brett Gill and Noah Decampo of Littlestown, No. 2 Tyr Abendschoen and Dan Lee of York Suburban, No. 3 Nick Bartkowiak and Nicholas Gingerich of York Catholic and No. 4 Nick Wool and Issac Avery of Bermudian Springs. All four of those teams won both of their matches in straight sets.
The doubles tournament concludes Tuesday at South Western for both 3-A and 2-A players with semifinal, final and consolation action starting at 3 p.m.
Kennard-Dale 22, Spring Grove 4: At Fawn Grove, the Rams rolled behind big nights from Emmie Dressel (three goals, eight assists), Hannah Dandy (goal, three assists) and Morgan Bowings (three goals, assist). First-place K-D improved to 9-0-1 in York-Adams League action.
York Suburban 11, Garden Spot 10: At Suburban, the Trojans built a five-goal lead by halftime and then held off Garden Spot’s second-half rally to earn the non-league win. Klaudia Wasilewski and Christina Cologer each scored three goals for Suburban, while Tara Vo made eight saves in goal. The two teams tied the JV game, 6-6.
Susquehannock 20, New Oxford 5: At New Oxford, Kenna Hancock (five goals, two assists), Rachel Marshner (six goals), Emma Stiffler (five goals), Gina Speights (five goals) and Kayla Held (goal, three assists) powered the Warriors, who improved to 9-1-0 in the York-Adams League.
Eastern York 11, West York 10 (OT): At Wrightsville, Bryce Henise found the back of the net in overtime to secure the victory for the Golden Knights. Cole Witman added the assist on the game winner. For the game, Henise also picked up three assists, while Witman recorded five goals. Also for Eastern, Jim Kurnik had one goal and one assist, while Kevin Royce made 12 stops in goal. For the Bulldogs, Cody Richter had five goals and one assist, Dylan McCoy scored two goals and Owen Piro made 14 saves in goal.
Dover 19, Central Dauphin East 6: At Dover, Cole Jesmer (seven goals, two assists), Tyler Brock (four goals, two assists), Sean MacDonald (three goals, assist) and Justin Fowlkes (two goals, assist) paced Dover to the non-league win.
Central York 25, New Oxford 1: At Central York, T.J. Ross led the Panthers by scoring seven goals and adding two assists. Connor Hoch had four goals and two assists, Kollin Vaught had five goals and one assist, Matt Hawksworth scored three goals, Ryan Kilgour had two goals and one assist, Drake Little had three assists, Garrison Markey scored two goals and Ryan Fahs and Logan Paluch each scored one goal and added one assist. Central improved to 14-1 overall and 12-0 in York-Adams Division I.
York Suburban 18, Garden Spot 4: At Garden Spot, the Trojans rolled to the non-league win behind Dominic Corto (four goals, four assists), Austin Sipes (four goals, two assists), John Geary (two goals, three assists) and Evan LeCates (three goals, two assists). The game was ended early because of lightning.
Central York 3, Eastern York 0: At Emigsville, the Panthers had little trouble sweeping the Golden Knights, prevailing 25-8, 25-13, 25-8. Central got nine kills from Cole Johnson, 13 digs from Zak Kakos and 27 assists from Carter Luckenbaugh. Eastern was led by Greg Houck’s eight assists, while Shane Leiphart had four kills. The Panthers won the JV match, 2-0.
Chambersburg 3, York Suburban 0: At Chambersburg, Nick Bowman posted 19 digs and teammate Zach Weinstein recorded 10 digs and 11 assists as the Trojans fell on the road, 25-22, 31-29, 25-20.
South Western 122, York High 27: At Hanover, the Mustangs captured first in 15 of the 18 events. Individually for the Mustangs, Dalton Miles won the 1,600 and 800, Shareef Jakes won the triple jump and high jump, Noah Langenfeld won the 110 hurdles and long jump and Riley Lowe won the javelin and discus.
South Western 116, York High 34: At Hanover, Samantha Trone led the Mustangs by capturing the 100 and 800. Teammate Maddie McMaster tied for first in the high jump and won the shot put.