Christian School of York girls' basketball win streak hits 12; other Monday prep results
The Christian School of York girls’ team is playing some dominant small-school basketball.
The Defenders racked up their 12th consecutive victory on Monday night with a 40-22 triumph over Veritas Academy.
All but one of the victories during that streak have come by at least a dozen points.
CSY improved to 16-1 overall and they sit at No. 2 in the District 3 Class 1-A power ratings. CSY’s only defeat this season came by three points (37-34) back on Dec. 20 against Kennard-Dale.
Veritas Academy is 2-12.
The Defenders jumped out to a 25-8 halftime lead and were never threatened after that.
Linda Brown (15 points, nine rebounds, four steals) and Kayleigh Rhine (15 points, four assists, four rebounds) powered the CSY attack.
OTHER GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
Spring Grove 64, Dover 29: At Spring Grove, Leah Kale led the Rockets to the York-Adams Division I victory by scoring 23 points. Addyson Wagner added 16 points, while Victoria Beck scored 13 points. Spring Grove improved to 6-7 in the division and 9-9 overall. Dover fell to 2-16 and 0-13.
York Suburban 54, Middletown 36: At Suburban, Janay Rissmiller led the Trojans to the nonleague victory by scoring 14 points. Teammate Grace Hare had 13 points. Suburban is 12-8. Middletown fell to 7-12.
New Oxford 46, Kennard-Dale 18: At New Oxford, Ella Billman led the Colonials to the York-Adams Division II victory by scoring 21 points. New Oxford improved to 6-4 in the division and 10-9 overall. K-D is 3-16 and 0-10.
Central York 7, Lower Dauphin 3: At York City Ice Arena, Central improved to 10-6-1-1 in Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Bears Division action. Central was led by Logan Myers (three goals, assist), Kaleb Wyman (goal, two assists), Kade Kohler (two goals), Evan Bean (goal, assist), Andrew Guiddy (two assists), Mason Steward (two assists) and Braydon Hsieh (16 saves). Lower Dauphin is 4-12-0-2.
Hershey 8, Dallastown 0: At Klick Lewis Arena, Eli Zart made 35 saves in a losing cause. Dallastown fell to 1-17-0-0 and CPIHL Bears Division action. Hershey is 13-5-0-0.
South Western 69, Dover 50: At Hanover, Sam Stefano led the Mustangs to the nonleague victory by scoring 25 points, including six from behind the arc. Teammate Seth Sager had 12 points. For the Eagles, Jakob Smyser and Thomas Smyser each had 14 points apiece. South Western is 8-11. Dover is 1-16.
Biglerville 36, Upper Dauphin 23: At Biglerville, the Canners won the District 3 Class 2-A opener behind pins from Devin Ponce (132), Joey Ney (138), Seth Lady (145) and Levi Roberts (189). Biglerville (15-3) moves on to the quarterfinals and will face Boiling Springs (15-1) on the road at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Biglerville dropped a regular-season meeting vs. Boiling Springs, 62-12, on Jan. 12. It was Biglerville's first district win since 2013.
Hanover 66, Fairfield 6: At Hanover, the Nighthawks rolled to the York-Adams Division III victory behind a pin from William Gomez (138). That was the only contested bout of the match. The other matches all ended in forfeits or no bouts. Hanover moved to 5-8 overall and 1-5 in D-III. Fairfield is 0-5 and 0-5.
Boiling Springs 95, Gettysburg 85: Zach Tipton had a hand in four wins for Gettysburg in the nonleague loss. Individually, he won the 100 breastroke and 200 individual medley and was part of the winning 200 free relay and 200 medley relay. Sam Nelson won the 200 freestyle and was part of the winning 200 medley and 200 free relays.
Boiling Springs 126, Gettysburg 57: Gettysburg's Hannah Brainard won the 100 free in the nonleague loss.
Reach Steve Heiser at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter at @ydsports. Dave VanO'Linda contributed to this report.