PREP: York Suburban finishes up perfect York-Adams Division II boys' tennis campaign

  • York Suburban earned a 5-0 boys' tennis victory over Delone Catholic on Tuesday.
  • That win finished off a perfect 8-0 season in York-Adams Division II action.
  • Suburban got singles wins from Parker Lando, Liam Waterbury and Drew Thompson.

York Suburban wrapped up a perfect York-Adams Division II boys' tennis season on Tuesday with a 5-0 triumph over visiting Delone Catholic.

York Suburban's Drew Thompson, seen here in a file photo, earned a straight-set singles win vs. Delone Catholic on Tuesday. YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO

The Trojans improved to 11-1 overall and 8-0 in the division.

Parker Lando, Liam Waterbury and Drew Thompson each won in singles, while Jordan Ohl/Tomasz Ziminski and Robbie Bell/Carson Hall were victorious in doubles.

Each of Suburban's wins came in straight sets.

It's Suburban's first division championship since 2015.

It was incorrectly reported in Tuesday's Dispatch that Suburban had clinched the outright division crown with a win over Dover on Monday. Dover and Suburban are in different divisions.



Northeastern 3, New Oxford 2: At Manchester, Northeastern improved to 9-3 overall and finished 5-3 in York-Adams Division I. Lance Fries and Haydne Golden earned singles points for the Bobcats, while Tony Damian and Ryan McElwain won at No. 1 doubles.

Spring Grove 4, Dover 1: At Dover, Tucker Bolton and Dennis Eicholtz won in singles for the Rockets, who got doubles wins from Graham Harlacher/Graham Pantalone and Caleb Warren/Logan Covington. Jukub Becker won a singles match for Dover's point.


York Catholic 5, Bermudian Springs 1: At York, Rebecca Baum hurled a four-hit complete game, striking out seven. Baum also doubled and scored a run. Alexis Logsdon (two hits, RBI, run) and Kelleigh Pollock (triple, RBI, run) also excelled for the Irish, who improved to 6-4 overall and 6-2 in York-Adams Division IV.

Kennard-Dale 8, Fairfield 3: At Fairfield, the first-place Rams improved to 9-0 overall and 9-0 in York-Adams Division III. Alexis Hurley pitched a complete-game six-hitter, allowing one earned run. She struck out four. Jaedyn McKeon (four hits, two doubles, three RBIs, two runs) led K-D's offense.

Spring Grove 10, Littlestown 0: At Littlestown, Hailey Kessinger (five innings, four hits, six strikeouts) and Sara Jones (two innings, one hit, two strikeouts) combined on a five-hit shutout for the Rockets, who improved to 6-2 overall. Hannah Gartrell powered the Spring Grove attack with three hits, including two doubles, and three runs scored.

Central York 6, Dover 0: At Central, the unbeaten Panthers rolled behind a two-hit compete game by Briana Smith. She struck out four. Emily Smith led the Panthers offense with two hits, two runs scored and three RBIs. Courtney Coppersmith homered for the winners. First-place Central is now 10-0 overall and 9-0 in York-Adams Division I.


Dallastown 9, Dover 0: At Dallastown, the Wildcats continued to roll behind the shutout pitching of Morgan Smith (five innings, two hits allowed) and Ben Writer (two innings, one hit allowed). The Wildcats' offensive leaders were Chase Hoecke (three hits, three runs, two RBIs), Julian Bailey (three hits, double, three RBIs) and Cam Urey (two hits, double, two RBIs, three runs). First-place Dallastown improved to 12-1 overall and 9-1 in York-Adams Division I. Dover fell to 7-4 overall and 5-4 in D-II. Nic Morrett had two hits and a walk for Dover.


Spring Grove 18, Kennard-Dale 3: At Fawn Grove, the Rockets rolled behind big games from Jake Delaughter (five goals, assist), Jordan Hawkins (four goals, two assists), Cameron Black (four goals, assist), Zeb Hollinger (two goals, three assists), Camden Markle (two goals) and Ben Guargano (goal, assist). Seth Ash had two goals for K-D. The Rockets improved to 8-4 overall and 6-3 in the York-Adams League.

York Catholic 16, Dover 2: At York Catholic, Cole Witman led the Irish by scoring five goals and adding two assists. Also for the Irish, Chandler Hake had four goals and one assist, while Drew Snelbaker and Nolan Wisniewski each scored one goal and added one assist. For the Eagles, Sean MacDonald scored both goals.

Susquehannock 20, Eastern York 4: At Glen Rock, Colin Kernan led the Warriors by scoring a game-high seven goals. Susquehannock improved to 9-3 overall and 8-2 in the York-Adams League. Also for the Warriors, Ian LeBlanc had four goals and three assists, Allen Clapp had two goals and two assists, Jacob Bedgar scored three goals, Adam Rebich had three assists, Zach Buchanon scored two goals, Gavin Held had two assists and Jason Weger had one goal and one assist. For the Golden Knights, Jake Crumling had two goals and one assist, while Bryce Henise had one goal and one assist.

Dallastown 14, York Suburban 13 (OT): At Dallastown, the Wildcats won a thriller behind big performances from Ethan Pickett (five goals, two assists), Tanner Haines (five goals), Braven Morris (three goals) and Ryan Dodson (goal, assist). Suburban's leaders were Bryce Gavin (three goals, three assists), Dominic Corto (two goals, two assists), Austin Sipes (two goals, two assists), Evan LeCates (three goals, assist) and Riley Purcell (two goals). Dallastown is 10-2 overall and 8-2 in the York-Adams League. Suburban fell to 6-5 and 4-5.


York Catholic 7, Dover 2: At Dover, Jamie Mullen led the Irish by scoring two goals and adding one assist. Also for the Irish, Shannon Staples had one goal and two assists, while Lauren China scored two goals. Eagles goalie Shaely Gamble kept the game close by stopping 11 of the Irish's 15 first-half shots. Teammate Katie Swetizer made 10 second-half saves in goal.

Susquehannock 9, Eastern York 1: At Wrightsville, the Warriors triumphed behind big nights from Kenna Hancock (three goals, three assists), Riley Roeder (three goals) and Harley Mummert (two goals). The first-place Warriors improved to 11-1 overall and 9-0 in the York-Adams League.

Dallastown 8, York Suburban 7 (OT): At Suburban, Abbey Alex led the Wildcats to the road victory by scoring a team-high three goals. Also for Dallastown, Georgia Prindle and Olivia Orendorf each scored two goals. For the Trojans, Kamille Wasilewski scored a game-high four goals.