PREP ROUNDUP, MONDAY, JAN. 28: York Suburban girls' basketball team falls to Pequea Valley


The York Suburban girls' basketball team fell to one of the better small-school programs in District 3 on Monday night.

The Trojans dropped a 59-44 decision to visiting Pequea Valley.

Alyssa Hocker paced Suburban with 14 points, while Kiyanna Dowling added 10.

Suburban fell to 6-12. Pequea Valley improved to 14-4.

Kiyanna Downling of York Suburban drives past Clare Neff of Pequea Valley on her way to the hoop, Monday, January 28, 2019.
John A. Pavoncello photo



Spring Grove 65, Red Land 32: At Spring Grove, the Rockets had little trouble in the nonleague contest. Haley Wagman scored 17 points to lead Spring Grove, while Lexi Hoffman added 15 and Addyson Wagman chipped in 10. The Rockets improved to 14-4 overall. Red Land dropped to 2-16.

Susquehanna Twp. 53, York High 41: At York, the Bearcats suffered a nonleague defeat, dropping to 1-19. Susquehanna Twp. moved to 10-9.


Eastern York 61, Columbia 44: At Columbia, the Golden Knights beat their rivals from across the Susquehanna River in a nonleague battle. Demonte Martin poured in 20 points for Eastern, while Trevor Seitz added 13. Bryce Henise and Stephen Wisler added 10 points apiece for the Knights, who improved to 17-3 overall. Columbia fell to 8-10.

Northern York 60, Susquehannock 55: At Glen Rock, the Warriors lost by just five points to one of the top teams in District 3. Jalen Franklin's 18 points paced the Warriors, while Will Ogude added 11. Ryan McGill's 18 points led Northern, while Nate McGill added 13 and Michael Ginder chipped in 11. Susquehannock fell to 6-13. Northern improved to 16-1 and has won 15 straight.

York Suburban 57, Red Land 42: At Red Land, Suburban picked up the nonleague win to improve to 7-11. Red Land fell to 1-17.


Boiling Springs 58, Littlestown 20: At Boiling Springs, the Thunderbolts dropped their District 3 Class 2-A opener. No. 11 seed Littlestown finishes 5-5. No. 6 seed Boiling Springs improved to 11-2. Boiling Springs advances to Wednesday's quarterfinals vs. No. 3 seed Hamburg (14-3) at Bermudian Springs.

Eastern York 39, Hanover 29: At Wrightsville, the Golden Knights improved to 8-11 with the nonleague victory. Hanover fell to 3-7. Nicholas Spotts (170), Nicolas Hess (285), Jonah Daugherty (145) and Nathan Robbins (152) had pins for Eastern. Hanover got pins from Kehgan Wolf (182), Dominic Taylor (120), Dalton Kirby (126) and Malcolm Gerlach (138).


Annville-Cleona 4, Dallastown 3: At York, the Wildcats suffered a Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Viola Division loss. Quinn Eckert scored twice for Dallastown (4-13), while Camden Schanberger added one goal. Mitchell Groh, Trae Schanberger and Sami Saarinen had Dallastown assists. Saarinen made 17 saves in goal.

Manheim Twp. 4, Central York 2: At Lancaster, the Panthers dropped the CPIHL Bears Division contest, dropping to 3-15. Manheim Twp. improved to 6-9. Ryan Myers and Evan Bean each had a goal and an assist for Central, while Conner McCaffrey had 15 saves.