PREP: York Catholic girls suffer 10-9 overtime loss against Lancaster Country Day


In a meeting of two of the better Class 2-A girls' lacrosse programs in District 3, York Catholic suffered a 10-9 overtime road loss to Lancaster Country Day.


LCD improved to 7-3, while York Catholic dropped to 4-4.

Sarah Mazzur (three goals, assist), Lauren China (three goals) and Carlin Mayer (two goals) led the York Catholic attack.



South Western 13, Dover 8: At Dover, Elizabeth Antoshak led the Mustangs by scoring four goals and adding one assist. Teammate Caitlyn Coates scored three goals. For the Eagles, Paige Lantz scored six goals and added one assist, while teammate Shaely Gamble scored one goal and had one assist.


York Catholic 19, Eastern York 6: At York, Chandler Hake (five goals, three assists), Matthew Cassidy (two goals, two assists) and Cole Witman (five goals, two assists) powered the Irish. Brice Henise (two goals, two assists) and Gavin Evans (two goals, assist) led Eastern. Drew Snelbaker was 21 for 23 on faceoffs and Joey Fiorenza was 6 for 6 in faceoffs.


Dallastown 5, Spring Grove 0: At Dallastown, the Wildcats improved to 10-1 overall and 6-0 in York-Adams Division I. They lost just two games in the entire match. Jonathan Burns, Sebastian May and Jack Lynam won in singles. Noah May/Cameron Koons and Bob Shue/Anthony Manzo triumphed in doubles.

York Suburban 4, West York 1: At West York, the Trojans moved to 8-1 overall and 6-0 in York-Adams Division II. Parker Lando and Liam Waterbury earned singles points for Suburban, while Jordan Ohl/Tomasz Ziminski and Robbie Bell/Carson Hall won in doubles. Noah Sanderson won a three-setter at No. 3 singles for West York.

Red Lion 4, New Oxford 1: At Red Lion, the Lions improved to 11-1 overall and 6-1 in York-Adams Division I behind singles wins from Alec Shue and Cameron Wheeler and doubles wins from Phil Zeidman/Luke Zeidman and Luc Nadeau/Chance Riddle. All the Red Lion wins came in straight sets.

South Western 3, Central York 2: At York, Kameron Stoll and Jacob Stewart won at No. 1 and No. 2 singles in a losing cause for the Panthers.

Gettysburg 3, Northeastern 2: At Gettysburg, Haydne Golden won at No. 3 singles and Tony Damian and Ryan McElwain combined for a win at No. 1 doubles for the Bobcats.