Prep roundup for Monday, Sept. 17: Andrew Roberts leads Susquehannock to Y-A D-II golf win


Susquehannock's Andrew Roberts fired the day's low round to lead the first-place Warriors to a rain-shortened York-Adams Division II golf victory at Regents' Glen Country Club on Monday.

Susquehannock's Andrew Roberts, seen here in a file photo, had the low individual round of the day, a 36, at Regents' Glen Country Club on Monday in a York-Adams Division II golf match. DISPATCH FILE PHOTO

The event was reduced to nine holes because of wet conditions.

Roberts shot a 36 to help the Warriors to a 172 total and a first-place finish. 

Susquehannock is now 34-2 in D-II action, good for 102 points, which is 15 points better than second-place York Suburban (29-7, 87 points). Dover is 22-14, good for third place with 66 points.

There is just one D-II match left on Thursday at Honey Run Golf Course. If Susquehannock can avoid finishing last or second to last in that event, it will capture the division crown.

Suburban, West York, Dover and Kennard-Dale each tied for second place with a 178 total, bringing the tiebreakers into play, which are based on the score of the fifth or sixth golfer for each team. The Trojans took second, followed by the Bulldogs, Eagles and Rams.

There was also tie for sixth at 207. Eastern York won that tiebreaker over Gettysburg.

Devin Peart of Littlestown, playing as an independent, shot a 38 for second place individually. The only other golfer to break 40 was Kennard-Dale's Nick Fowler at 39. 


Central York sews up Division I title: The unbeaten Central York Panthers clinched the York-Adams Division I golf title with a first-place finish Monday at the Bridges Golf Club.

The event was shortened to nine holes because of rain.

The Panthers finished with a 161 total, which was nine shots better than second-place Spring Grove. Dallastown was third at 178, followed by New Oxford (183), Northeastern (201), South Western (210) and Red Lion (223).

Central is now 36-0 on the season, good for 108 points. Spring Grove is second at 26-10 (78 points) and Dallastown is third at 25-11 (75 points). There is just one D-I match left in the season on Thursday at Hanover Country Club.

Central's Jun Lee and Carson Bacha tied for individual medalist honors at even-par 36. Red Lion's Channing Bratton was third at 39.

Delone hands York Catholic its first loss: Delone Catholic handed York Catholic its first York-Adams Division III golf loss of the season on Monday at Range End Golf Club.

Delone finished with a 340 total, which was 32 shots better than second-place York Catholic. The Irish still lead the division at 24-1, good for 72 points. Delone is second at 21-4 (63 points).

The final D-III match of the season is Wednesday at Bridgewater. The Irish, by finishing first or second in that match, will clinch the division crown.

Delone's Nick Carpenter and York Catholic's Russ McPaul tied for individual medalist honors at 76.


Central York 2, Dallastown 1: In a battle of York-Adams Division I unbeatens, the Panthers emerged with the pivotal victory. Both teams entered the contest 4-0 in the division. The Panthers are now alone in first. Central is now 6-2 overall, while Dallastown is 5-3. Kyra Heap scored at the 4:05 mark of the second half to break a 1-1 tie. Lily Cantabene had Dallastown's goal. Grace Harrold scored for Dallastown. Central won the JV match, 1-0.

York Suburban 2, Dover 1: At Suburban, Carly Bowen scored the game-winning goal for the Trojans when she found the back of the net with 1 minute, 33 seconds remaining, breaking a 1-1 tie. Emily Myers scored Suburban's other goal, while Caitlyn Mackin added an assist. For the Eagles, Mackensie Husson scored a lone goal. Dover won the JV match, 2-0. 

Spring Grove 4, Northeastern 1: At Manchester, Lauren Guise powered the Rockets by scoring all four goals. For the Bobcats, Alyssa Drake scored a second-half goal.



Dallastown 3, Lower Dauphin 2: At Dallastown, the Wildcats won the nonleague match, 21-25, 25-17, 25-17, 17-25, 18-16. Ellie Stump led the home team with 15 kills. Also for the Wildcats, Izzy Ream had 45 assists and 10 digs, Lydia Stump had 10 kills and seven digs and Tatiana Matuszewski had 13 kills and four blocks. Dallastown won the JV match, 25-13, 25-15.

Dover 3, Susquehannock 1: At Dover, the Warriors triumphed, 25-12, 25-27, 25-13, 25-21. Dover's leaders were Chayce Hoffman (eight kills, 16 digs), Emma Davis (20 kills) and Abby Diehl (five kills, four digs, 32 assists, five aces). Susquehannock won the JV match, 2-1.

Eastern York 3, Lampeter-Strasburg 1: At Wrightsville, the Golden Knights earned a 25-18, 25-10, 23-25, 25-21 nonleague victory. Eastern's stat leaders were Olivia Koicuba (11 digs), Sarah Moore (15 kills) and Katie Lehman (28 assists, five digs, six aces). Eastern won the JV match, 2-1.

Garden Spot 3, Red Lion 0: At Red Lion, the visitors won the match, 25-16, 25-20, 25-22. For the Lions, Ashley Baughman had nine blocks, while Riley Dorer had four kills, Maddie Grim had 10 assists and Julia Beiler had three kills. 


Oley Valley 2, York Catholic 1: At Oley Valley, Sydney Mentzer scored the lone Irish goal off an assist from Kelleigh Pollock in the nonleague loss. Angela DeBolt made 13 saves for York Catholic.


York Suburban 5, Kennard-Dale 2: At Suburban, Tomasz Ziminski led the Trojans to the home victory by scoring two goals and adding one assist. For the Rams, Kevin Avalos scored both goals. Suburban won the JV match, 5-0. 


Susquehannock 5, Red Lion 0: At Wisehaven Tennis Center, Julianne Cassady, Emily Ditt and Kate Cramer earned straight-set singles wins to power the Warriors. Susquehannock got doubles wins from Mia Kobylski/Abby Martin and Julia Kelbaugh/Megan Cramer.