HOOPS: York Catholic boys earn win


York Catholic withstood a 57-point outburst from Jalen Gabbidon to earn an 87-65 non-league boys' basketball victory at Harrisburg Academy on Tuesday night.

D'Andre Davis pumped in 25 points to lead York Catholic. Malik Martin added 14 points for the winners, while Kyle Derowski chipped in 13 and Andrew Forjan scored 11.

York Catholic put the game out of reach with a 37-point second-quarter outburst.

The Irish improved to 12-4 on the season.

York Catholic's D'Andre Davis and the Fighting Irish were ranked as the No. 7 team in Class 3-A preseason state rankings by City of Basketball Love.


Red Lion Christian 68, Twin Valley Bible Academy 56: At Red Lion Christian, Tate Pendell's game-high 26 points, including six 3-pointers, led the Swordsmen. Robert Englestad knocked in 15 points for RLC, including a 7-for-7 night from the charity stripe, John Keenan scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, while Zach Fahs knocked in 11 points. RLC improved to 9-3.

Mount Calvary Christian 58, Christian School of York 33: At York, the CSY boys got a 13-point effort from Sean Graybill in a losing effort.


York High 54, York Country Day 41: At YCD, Chyna Steele led the Bearcats with 25 points in the non-league contest. For the Greyhounds, Stephanie Waltersdorff scored 14 points, while Brooke Glass scored 12, including three 3-pointers, and Kirstyn Evans knocked in 11. York High improved to 10-7 overall.

York Catholic 52, Dover 23: At York, nine York Catholic players dented the scoring column in the non-league contest, led by 10 points apiece from Emily Laslo and Jania Wright. The Lady Irish improved to 13-4 overall.

Red Lion Christian 40, Twin Valley Bible Academy 11: At Red Lion Christian, Liz Baker led the RLC girls with 16 points. Teammate Tabitha Garner knocked in 10 points. RLC improved to 10-2 overall.

Christian School of York 52, Mount Calvary Christian 37: At York, MeKenzie Smith poured in 19 points, including a 7-for-8 effort at the foul line, and Kendis Butler added 13 points, including three 3-pointers, to power the CSY girls, who improved to 12-4 on the season.