Thirteen of the 16 seeded teams are still alive after the first day of the York-Adams League Girls' Tennis Doubles Tournaments held at Wisehaven Tennis Center on Monday, Oct. 9.
In Class 3-A, six of the eight seeded teams are still alive, while in 2-A, seven of the eight seeded teams made the quarterfinals.
The tournament will conclude Tuesday, Oct. 10, starting at 12:30 p.m., with 3-A action at Red Lion and 2-A action at South Western, with the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals.
In 3-A the top five seeds made the quarterfinals. They were: No. 1 Meghan Salaga and Morgan Kistler of Dallastown, No. 2 Kamdy Balko and Kasi Conjack of New Oxford, No. 3 Mechaela Sentz and Emma Hynson of South Western, No. 4 Julianne Cassady and Molly Hogan of Susquehannock and No. 5 Kristina Snyder and Destiny Mann of Red Lion.
The No. 7 seeded team of Alex DiGiovanni and Madisyn Weaver of Dover also made the quarterfinals.
The Central York team of Daniella Feirstvister and Olivia Quartay upset the sixth-seeded team of Rene Williams and Victoria Gruen of Dallastown in three sets.
The Dallastown team of Bria Beverly and Taylor Jones upset the eighth-seeded team of Jillian Laughman and Courtnee Hoff in straight sets.
In 2-A the seeded teams making the quarterfinals were: No. 1 Ellie Neudecker and Becca Dolce of Delone Catholic, No. 2 Liv Pindzola and Alex Clancy of York Suburban, No. 3 Brianna Miller and Megan Hawkins of Kennard-Dale, No. 4 Gloria Zibordi and Abbey Rosenblatt of Littlestown, No. 5 Maria Waminal and Sarah Blickenstaff of Delone Catholic, No. 6 Skylar Volz and Kelly Sargen of York Suburban and No. 7 Peyton Golowski and Abby Kilkelly of Delone Catholic.
The lone 2-A seeded team to lose came by injury default. The eighth-seeded team of Genevieve Ostman and Meghan Silva of Kennard-Dale lost to Suburban's Ini Ekaha and Zoe Prats.
York Suburban 3, Gettysburg 2: At Suburban, the Trojans trailed 2-0 but rallied to win, 20-25, 20-25, 25-15, 25-14, 15-5. Ali Reinecker led the Trojans with 18 kills and 16 digs. Also for Suburban, Lauren Guyer had 28 digs and 51 assists, Chey Buckingham had 11 kills and Eryn McBride had 23 digs. The Trojans improved to 8-1 in York-Adams Division II. Suburban won the JV match, 2-0.
York Catholic 3, Conestoga Christian 0: At Conestoga Christian, the Irish won, 25-5, 25-16, 25-17. Bella Kepner led the Irish with five kills, seven digs and four aces. Also for the Irish, Emily Hoffman had five kills and nine digs, Abby Pilkey had six kills and three blocks and Milli Kearse had four kills and five blocks. York Catholic won the JV match, 2-0.
Eastern York 3, Red Land 0: At Wrightsville, the Golden Knights won the non-league match, 25-9, 25-13, 25-16. Brooke LaCesa led the Golden Knights with 11 kills and five blocks. Also for Eastern, Katie Lehman had 25 assists, Sarah Moore had six kills and four blocks and Abby Smith had five kills. Eastern won the JV match, 2-1.
Spring Grove 3, Penn Manor 1: At Penn Manor, the Rockets won, 25-18, 12-25, 25-19, 25-23. Kaylyn Zeigler led the Rockets with six kills, 12 digs and 15 assists. Also for the Rockets, Faith Shaffer had 10 kills and six digs, Kendra Miller had eight kills and five digs and Hailey Marcionette had 17 assists, six digs and three kills. Penn Manor won the JV match, 2-1.
Susquehannock 1, Eastern York 0: At Wrightsville, David Muriel found the back of the net at the 20:59 mark of the second half to break the 0-0 deadlock. Greyson Murray picked up the assist. For the Golden Knights, Lucas Jowanowitch made nine stops in goal. Susquehannock improved to 10-0-0 in York-Adams Division II. Eastern fell to 3-6-2.
Northeastern 2, Red Lion 1: At Red Lion, Joshua Sanderson and Alex Afata scored goals and Declan Gatchell added an assist for the winning Bobcats. Cade Adomanis scored for Red Lion, off an assist from Dean Haynes.
Northeastern 4, Biglerville 0: At Manchester, Camryn Kurilla scored twice for Northeastern, while Katie Snelbaker and Leanne Osman also found the back of the net. The Bobcats outshot Biglerville, 12-2.
Hanover 6, Dover 0: At Hanover, Ella Krenzer led the Hawkettes by scoring four goals in the match. The JV match ended in a 0-0 tie.