PREP ROUNDUP, TUESDAY, APRIL 30: York Tech boys fall short in track and field title bid
In a showdown for the York-Adams League Division III boys' track and field championship on Tuesday, York Tech came up short in a 79-71 loss at Bermudian Springs.
Both teams entered the division finale at 5-0.
Kolt Byers won the triple, high and long jumps for the Eagles, while Payton Rohrbaugh took the 110 and 300 hurdles.
Jaiere Alford (100, 200 dashes) and Joseph Rizzuto (1,600, 3,200 runs) each won two individual events for the Spartans.
Bermudian rolled in the girls' meet, 123-27. Kayla Pyles led the way for the winners with wins in the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and 100 dash. Jennifer Garcia-Reyes took the shot put and discus for the Eagles, while Rachel Spangler captured the long and high jumps.
OTHER BOYS’ TRACK AND FIELD
Susquehannock 111, Kennard-Dale 39: At Glen Rock, Kenny Rhyne won the long jump, high jump and triple jump to power the Warriors, who finished 5-2 in Y-A D-II.
Central York 95, York High 36: At Central, the Panthers swept all three relays en route to the win. There were no double individual winners in the meet.
South Western 117, Northeastern 33: The Mustangs wrapped up the York-Adams Division I championship with a 6-0 mark. It’s the 11th track and field title in school boys’ history.
York Suburban 86, Eastern York 60: Suburban swept all three relays and used it superior depth to beat Eastern. Suburban finished 6-1 in Y-A D-II. Demonte Martin (110 hurdles, high jump) and Drake Brown (shot put, discus) each won two individual events for the Golden Knights.
OTHER GIRLS’ TRACK AND FIELD
Susquehannock 128.5, Kennard-Dale 21.5: At Glen Rock, the Warriors triumphed behind three wins from Shelby Derkosh (400 run, triple, long jump) and two wins from Sabreena Fahringer (100 and 200 dashes). The Warriors finished 6-1 in Y-A D-II. Kira Kanely won the 100 and 300 hurdles for K-D.
Central York 122, York High 17: At Central, Olivia Gemma won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 runs to spark the Panthers. Central’s Cierra Crane added wins in the 100 hurdles and pole vault. York High’s Victoria Jean Baptist took the 100 and 200 dashes.
South Western 118, Northeastern 32: South Western clinched the York-Adams Division I crown with a 6-0 record. It was the 25th track and field crown in the history of the girls’ program at South Western.
Red Lion 3, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, the Lions won, 25-21, 25-21, 25-20. Blake Hildebrand led the Lions with 13 kills and four digs. Also for the Lions, Ethan Shoup had 15 assists and three aces, Jared Bodish had six kills and Zak Keener had six blocks. For the Rockets, Dalton Mummert had five kills and four digs, while Josh Blymier had 12 assists and Elijah Taylor had four kills. Red Lion improved to 7-4 overall and 6-3 in Y-A action.
York Suburban 3, New Oxford 0: At Suburban, the Trojans won, 25-19, 25-13, 25-12. Nate Bowman led the Trojans with 12 kills. Also for the Trojans, Declan Ridings had eight kills and six digs, Aria Vakili had seven digs and five kills and Noah Chojnacki had 19 assists and eight digs. For the Colonials, Chase Nell had 11 kills, while Matt Faust had 11 assists. Suburban improved to 9-2 overall and 7-2 in the Y-A League.
Northeastern 3, Eastern York 0: At Wrightsville, the Bobcats won, 25-18, 25-16, 25-13, to improve to 11-1 overall and 9-0 in Y-A action. For the Golden Knights, Brady Bixler had 12 digs, eight kills and three aces, while Jake Kennell had five kills and nine digs and Nolan Reichard had 12 assists. No Northeastern stats were provided.
Central York 3, Dover 0: At Central York, the Panthers won, 25-11, 25-9, 25-12. Braden Richard led the Panthers with eight kills, five aces and three assists. Also for Central, Matt Minkin had 11 kills, Gabe Guidinger had five kills and Terrence Trevino had four aces. Central is 10-0 overall and 9-0 in the Y-A League.
Dallastown 3, West York 1: At West York, the Wildcats won 25-21, 26-28, 25-18, 25-14 to improve to 8-4 overall and 6-3 in Y-A action. West York was led by Alex McClellan (12 kills, 15 digs) and Adam Hersey (26 assists, 18 digs). No Dallastown stats were provided.
Kennard-Dale 16, Hanover 1 (5 innings): At Hanover, Lexie Kopko led the Rams by going 3 for 5, including two triples, with two RBIs and two runs scored. Also for K-D, Jaeydn McKeon went 3 for 4 with three runs scored and two RBIs; Crystal Mullins went 2 for 5 with a double, two runs scored and one RBI; Marguerite DeFranco homered with three RBIs and three runs scored; and Alexis Hurley went 2 for 3 with two runs scored and one RBI. Hurley also threw a complete game, striking out six, walking none and allowing four hits. For the Hawkettes, Emily Hamm went 2 for 2. K-D improved to 11-4 overall land 9-4 in Y-A D-III.
Dallastown 8, Red Lion 1: At Dallastown, Allison Hoffman led the Wildcats by going 3 for 4 with two RBIs and one run scored. Dallastown's Kelsie Merriman went 2 for 3, including a triple, with two RBIs and one run scored, while also throwing a complete game, striking out five and walking one. Dallastown's Elaina Winemiller doubled with one RBI, one run scored and two walks. For the Lions, Morgan Fultz went 2 for 3, Taylor Radziewicz went 2 for 4, including a double, with one run scored, and Kaitlyn Collins went 2 for 4. Dallastown improved to 11-5 overall and 8-4 in Y-A D-I.
Dover 5, York Suburban 1: At Dover, Kayla King led the Eagles by throwing a complete game, striking out seven, walking three and allowing three hits. Teammate Alyssa Bowlsbey went 3 for 4 with three RBIs. For the Trojans, Leona Strine went 2 for 3 with one run scored.
Biglerville 20, York High 5 (3 innings): At Biglerville, Mya Miller led the Canners to the home victory by hitting a two-run homer. Teammate Michelle Pottorff had three singles.
Susquehannock 18, Dover 4: At Glen Rock, Kenna Hancock led the Warriors with four goals. Also for the Warriors, Kalen Hancock had three goals and one assist, Addison Roeder had two goals and two assists, Rachel Oestrike had two goals and one assist, Abby Grim had one goal and two assists and Maggie Howells and Sydney Marusko each scored two goals. For the Eagles, Riley Larson scored all four goals.
South Western 22, Spring Grove 3: At Hanover, Caitlyn Coates led the Mustangs to the victory by scoring four goals. Also for the Mustangs, Adreanna Hacker scored two goals and added two assists, while Ella Baker, Sophie Mace and Katie Yocum each scored three goals.
Eastern York 16, West York 15 (OT): At West York, Addison Malone led the Golden Knights to the road victory by scoring a game-high 12 goals. Teammate Ellie Lippy scored two goals. For the Bulldogs, Sydney Sweitzer scored eight goals and added two assists, while Lizzie Wood and Jewels Torres each scored two goals.
Susquehannock 17, Dover 0: At Dover, Gavin Held led the Warriors by scoring five goals and adding five assists. Other Warrior standouts were: Ben Tomasic (five goals), Allen Clapp (three goals, four assists) and Matt Allen (goal, assist). Susquehannock is 12-3 overall and 10-2 in the Y-A League.
York Suburban 23, Kennard-Dale 3: Dom Corto (three goals, five assists), James Wasilewski (five goals) and Evan LeCates (four goals, assist) paced Suburban to the win. Mikey Igo (three goals, assist), Elijah St. Onge (three goals, assist), Sammy Poster (two goals, assist) and Jason Mills (goal, assist) also excelled for the Trojans, who improved to 9-5 overall and 8-4 in Y-A action.
South Western 9, Spring Grove 8: Jacob Bollinger’s five goals powered the Mustangs to the win. Casey Slater (goal, two assists), Sean Quinn (goal, assist), Shay Davidson (goal, assist) and Kameron Shaffner (12 goals) also excelled for the winners.
Biglerville 10, York High 0 (5 innings): At Biglerville, Aaron Stremmel led the Canners by going 1 for 3 with two runs scored and two RBIs. Also for Biglerville, Kyle Gillingham went 1 for 2 with two runs scored and two RBIs, while Tyler Weikert threw a shutout, striking out 12, walking one and allowing one hit. For the Bearcats, Carlos Angeles Tejeda had the lone single.