BASKETBALL: Dover boys successfully defend their York-Adams Division II championship

  • The Dover boys' basketball team defeated York Suburban on Thursday night, 65-36.
  • The Eagles clinched their second straight York-Adams Division II championship.
  • Keith Davis led Dover with 16 points, while Brady Bowman added 15.

Dover sewed up the York-Adams Division II boys' basketball championship on Thursday night.

Brady Bowman, right, had 15 points in Dover's win over York Suburban on Thursday night. YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO

The Eagles won at York Suburban, 65-36.

Dover improved to 16-3 overall and 10-0 in the division. Dover has a three-game lead over Kennard-Dale (7-3) with just two division games left.

Keith Davis led Dover with 16 points, while Brady Bowman added 15. Aidan Hughley paced Suburban with 12 points.

Dover successfully defended the championship they won a season ago.

York-Adams League boys' basketball standings and stats

York-Adams League girls' basketball standings and stats



Bible Baptist Christian 50, Red Lion Christian 49: At Bible Baptist, leading 31-25 at halftime, RLC was unable to receover from a third quarter that saw it outscored 19-11. The Swordsmen were by 12 points from Myles Willard and 11 from Brad Sweitzer.

West Perry 60, York Tech 48: At Spry, the Spartans dropped the non-league game. Jahkwan Batty led the Spartans with 19 points, while Terance Romey knocked in 16, including four from behind the arc. Tech fell to 12-8 overall. West Perry is 7-12.



Spring Grove 47, Waynesboro 19: At Waynesboro, Ellie Glass (12 points) and Haley Wagman (10) were in double digits for the Rockets, who improved to 14-5 with the non-league victory.

Susquehannock 51, Shippensburg 35: Susquehannock improved to 16-2 with the non-league win. Jaden Walker's 17 points led the Warriors, while Jayla Galbreath added 10. Shippensburg fell to 13-6.

Kennard-Dale 57, Gettysburg 54: At Gettysburg, Megan Halczuk pumped in 18 points to lead K-D to the York-Adams Division II win. Lexie Kopko added 15 for the winners, while Jaedyn McKeon chipped in 14. K-D improved to 13-6 overall and 8-4 in D-II.