PREP: Dallastown storms back to earn 3-1 boys' volleyball victory against Spring Grove
- Dallastown rallied from a 1-0 hole to earn a 3-1 boys' volleyball win vs. Spring Grove.
- Ben Ward (16 kills), Mason Figdore (35 assists) and Cade Fry (22 digs) led the Wildcats.
- Spring Grove was led by Aaron Gunarich (18 digs, eight kills) and Aaron Mummert (seven kills, 20 digs).
After losing the first set, Dallastown stormed back to beat Spring Grove in boys' volleyball action Thursday, 24-26, 25-18, 25-9, 25-20.
Ben Ward (16 kills), Mason Figdore (35 assists), Cade Fry (22 digs), Cameron Smith (eight kills), Wyatt Myers (eight kills) and Jake Bixler (seven kills) led the Wildcats.
Spring Grove was led by Aaron Gunarich (18 digs, eight kills), Aaron Mummert (seven kills, 20 digs) and Caleb Becker (eight digs, 13 assists).
Dallastown won the JV match, 2-0.
York Suburban 3, Kennard-Dale 0: At York Suburban, the Trojans won, 25-11, 25-15, 25-14. Declan Ridings and Nate Bowman led the Trojans with 11 kills and five digs apiece. Also for Suburban, Luke Babinchak had seven kills and three digs, while Noah Chojnacki had 27 assists and 13 digs. For the Rams, Noah McConville had five kills and five digs, while James Lippiard had four kills and three digs and Wesley Forrester had three kills and three blocks. Suburban won the JV match, 2-0.
Northeastern 3, Susquehannock 0: At Glen Rock, Cole Brillhart knocked down eight kills and Austin Richards had 30 assists as the Bobcats made short work of their hosts, 25-8, 25-10, 25-17. Nate Wilson added five aces for Northeastern, which will now host the prestigious Bobcat Invitational this weekend, where many of the top teams in the state will be in action.
Red Lion 3, Eastern York 0: At Wrightsville, Jared Bodish recorded nine kills, three digs and five aces as the Lions swept to a 25-8, 25-17, 25-10 victory. Ethan Shoup added 10 assists and 10 aces, while teammate Connor Baker had 14 aces and four digs for Red Lion. Eastern York was led by five digs, four kills, two aces and a block from Dalton Leik.
Dover 3, West York 0: At Dover, the Eagles were led by 14 assists, seven kills, two aces and a block from Zach Noll as they rolled to a 25-18, 26-24, 25-21 win. Nick Spangler posted 10 assists, two aces and a kill for the Eagles. Leading the way for West York was Adam Hersey, who recorded 15 digs and 14 assists.
Central York 3, New Oxford 0: At New Oxford, the Panthers rolled to a 25-15, 25-6, 25-7 triumph. No Central stats were provided. Central won the JV match, 25-21, 13-25, 15-9.
Dallastown 5, Gettysburg 0: At Gettysburg, the Wildcats only lost four games during singles play. Jonathan Burns, Sebastian May and Jack Lywam each collected singles victories, while Noah May and Cameron Koons teamed for a doubles win, as did Vincent Villano and Aryan Saharan.
York Suburban 5, York Country Day 0: At Suburban, the Trojans swept all three singles matches 6-0, 6-0, while also taking both doubles matches. Parker Lando, Liam Waterbury and Drew Thomson won singles for Suburban, while Jordan Ohl and Tomasz Zaminski won in doubles along with the team of Robbie Bell and Carson Hall.
Red Lion 5, Dover 0: At Dover, the Lions received singles victories from Alec Shue, Cameron Wheeler and Alex Schor. Phil Zeidman and Luke Zeidman combined to win the No. 1 doubles match, while Luc Nadeau and Chance Riddle combined to win the No. 2 doubles match.
Northeastern 5, Susquehannock 0: At Manchester, the Bobcats rolled, getting straight-set singles wins from Lance Fries, Josh Sanderson and HaydneHayden Golden. Tony Damian/Ryan McElwain and Jason Cardone/Sam Sidle took doubles wins.
Bermudian Springs 3, West York 2: At York Springs, for the Bulldogs, Jack Citrone and Noah Sanderson each won a singles match.
Biglerville 3, York Catholic 2: At Biglerville, Scott Stanko and Nathan Gilbert teamed up at No. 2 doubles and took a three-set win to clinch the match for the Canners. Nicholas Gingerich won in singles and the team of Seung Ho Jung and Rafael Paul won at No. 1 doubles for the Irish.
Central York 5, Reading 2: At Reading, Jacob Stewart, Michael Gilliland and Cole Sminkey picked up singles wins for the Panthers. Kameron Stoll and Sminkey teamed for a doubles win, as did Stewart and Gilliland.
Central York 13, Red Lion 7: At Red Lion, the Panthers improved to 5-0 behind big games from Emily Kurland (four goals, assist), Abby McFerren (three goals, two assists), Madison Kurland (three goals, assist) and Liz Rader (two goals). Red Lion was paced by Peyton Shima (four goals, assist), Kaiya Edwards (three goals) and Sara Simms (two assists).
Dover 12, Spring Grove 4: At Dover, Paige Lantz (four goals, two assists), Alex DiGiovani (three goals, assist), Becca Baker (goal, assist) and Annie Long (goal, assist) paced Dover. Emma Randisi had two goals for Spring Grove.
Susquehannock 17, West York 4: At Glen Rock, Riley Roeder scored a game-high six goals and Kenna Hancock and Emma Stiffler each had four goals for the Warriors. Stiffler added three assists and Hancock had one of her own. Sydney Sweitzer scored three times for the Bulldogs.
Eastern York 10, York Suburban 4: At York Suburban, Addison Malone scored a game-high five goals and added an assist to lead the visiting Golden Knights to victory.Kamile Wasilewski led the Trojans with a pair of goals.
Dallastown 15, South Western 9: At South Western, Tanner Haines and Ethan Pickett led the way for Dallastown with matching five-goal, two-assist efforts. Josh Sebastian added three more goals for Dallastown.
York Catholic 18, New Oxford 5: At York Catholic, Cole Witman led the Irish by scoring four goals and adding one assist. Also for the Irish, Chandler Hake had three goals and two assists, Matthew Cassidy had two goals and three assists, Dimitri Amalfitano had two goals and one assist, Drew Snelbaker scored two goals and Kyle Dormer had one goal and one assist.
York Suburban 11, Eastern York 4: At Wrightsville, a seven-point night from Dominic Corto (four goals, three assists) powered the Trojans past the Golden Knights. Riley Purcell and Austin Sipes each added a pair of goals for Suburban, with Sipes posting two assists as well. Eastern got two goals from Rylan Emlet and a goal and an assist from Gavin Evans.
Susquehannock 79, Dover 62: At Dover, Spencer Beran led the Warriors by capturing individual victories in the long jump and triple jump. Susquehannock captured first in all three relays. For the Eagles, D.J. McRae won the 110 hurdles, 100 and 200. Also for Dover, Shad Murphy won the discus and javelin, while Collin Shreve won the 1,600, 3,200.
York Tech 76. Fairfield 74: At Fairfield, the Spartans edged the hosts on the strength of a two-win performance from Kole Shenberger, who won the 110 hurdles and the long jump.
Gettysburg 100, Kennard-Dale 40: At Gettysburg, the Warriors were led by a pair of victories from Andrew Hirneisen and Brayden Buckley each. Hirneisen won the 800 and 1,600, while Buckley took the top spot in the javelin and discus. Donnell Williams captured three events for the Rams, winning the 100, 200 and triple jump.
South Western 108, Spring Grove 42: At Hanover, Kenny Fields led the Mustangs by taking first in the shot put, discus and javelin. For the Rockets, Jack Warehime won the 1,600 and 800 runs.
Dover 106, Susquehannock 44: At Dover, individually for the Eagles, Peyton Mulder won the 100 and 300 hurdles, while Sienna Woodyard won the 100 and 200. As a team, the Eagles captured first in 15 of 18 events.
Fairfield 102, York Tech 43: At Fairfield, big days from Milly Heinbaugh and Lexi Ogle helped the hosts cruise to victory. Heinbaugh won the 100, 200 and long jump, while Ogle captured the shot put and discus. Pagie Gordon won the 300 hurdles and Julia Atkins won the 3,200 for the Spartans' only victories.
Gettysburg 107, Kennard-Dale 32: At Gettysburg, Lily Natter was victorious in the 300 hurdles and the long jump while leading the Warriors. Jessica Ollis won the 100 and 200 for the Rams.
South Western 99, Spring Grove 51: At Hanover, individually for the Mustangs, Samantha Trone won the 200 and 400, Zaiah Marshall won the 100 and long jump, Kayla Brooks won the triple jump and high jump and Sarah Forry won the 1,600 and 3,200. For the Rockets, Sophia Kline won the 100 and 300 hurdles.