PREP: Big third quarter carries Susquehannock boys' basketball team past Columbia
- Susquehannock earned a 57-36 boys' basketball victory over Columbia on Thursday night.
- Hunter Sentz scored 11 points to lead a balanced Warriors' attack.
- A 22-9 third-quarter outburst put Susquehannock in complete control.
Susquehannock used a 22-9 third-quarter outburst to take complete control en route to a 57-36 non-league boys' basketball victory over visiting Columbia.
Hunter Sentz paced a balanced Warriors' attack with 11 points, including three 3-pointers. Five other Susquehannock players had at least six points.
Columbia couldn't manage more than 10 points in any quarter vs. the Warriors' defense.
Red Lion Christian 57, Bible Baptist 52: At Red Lion, Robert Englestad (23) and Myles Willard (17) combined for 40 of RLC's 57 points. Englestad added 11 rebounds. Dondre Damiano (10 rebounds, eight points) and Brad Sweitzer (10 rebounds, seven points) also excelled for RLC.
Christian School of York 21, Lititz Christian 17: At York, Kendis Butler had 16 of CSY's 21 points. Butler also had four rebounds and six steals. CSY improved to 17-4 overall.
Lampeter-Strasburg 51, Kennard-Dale 27: At Lampeter-Strasburg, the Rams received pins from: Jacob Rose (152), Wade Rose (160) and Tanner Harkins (285) in the non-league match.