Susquehannock excelled on its home course on Thursday to capture first place in a York-Adams Division II golf match.
Playing at Bon Air Country Club, which is a stone's throw from Susquehannock High School, the Warriors finished with a 336 total, which seven shots better than second-place York Suburban.
Susquehannock and Suburban are now tied for first in the division after two matches. Both teams are 11-1, good for 33 points.
Dover and Kennard-Dale were each at 386, but Dover won the tiebreaker, which is the best score by the No. 5 (normally nonscoring) golfer. So Dover was third and K-D was fourth, followed by West York (396), Gettysburg (469) and Eastern York (477).
Susquehannock's Tucker Stoll, Suburban's Matthew Weaver and Littlestown's Devin Peart tied for individual medalist honors at 8-over-par 79. Littlestown doesn't have enough golfers to field a team, but Peart is allowed to compete in D-II matches as an individual.
Andrew Roberts (80) and Spencer Beran (81), both of Susquehannock, rounded out the top five individuals.
Northeastern 5, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, the Bobcats received singles victories from Courtnee Hoff, Jillian Laughman and Brynn McDonald. In doubles, Madison Laughman and Taylor Forrey won the No. 1 match, while Jisele Castano and Aubrey Shaffer won the No. 2 match.
Susquehannock 3, York Suburban 2: At Suburban, the Warriors captured both doubles matches to secure the victory. Mia Kobylski and Abby Martin won the No. 1 match, while Julia Kelbaugh and Megan Cramer won the No. 2 match. Susquehannock's Julianne Cassady also captured the No. 1 singles match in straight sets. For the Trojans, Liv Pindzola and Zoe Prats each captured a singles win.
West York 5, Dover 0: At West York, Audrey Kinney, Alisa Steele and Chloe Hoover won in singles, and Brenya Stallsmith/Megan Hartlaub and Sadie Mikula/Sarah DePasquale triumphed in doubled.
Kennard-Dale 4, Gettysburg 1: At Fawn Grove, the Rams received singles victories from Brianna Miller, Megan Hawkins and Julie Rubelmann. In doubles, Shannon Fletcher and Tori Santoriello won the No. 2 match.