The Dallastown boys' basketball team continued its unbeaten start to the year with strong non-league home win over Elizabethtown on Wednesday night, 58-42.

The game was tied 30-30 at halftime, but the Wildcats dominated the second half, holding the Bears to 12 points in the final two quarters. Meanwhile, Dallastown really turned it on in the fourth quarter, outscoring Elizabethtown, 20-7, to pull away late.

Junior Brandon McGlynn dominated offensively for the Wildcats, pouring in 19 points, the only player on the team to reach double figures. Will Barton added nine points and Donovan Catchings and Ben Ward each chipped in with eight.

Dallastown improved to 4-0. The Wildcats will get a big test on Friday night when they travel to Northeastern to take on the 3-0 Bobcats in a York-Adams League Division I showdown.




Penn Manor 45, Kennard-Dale 41: At Fawn Grove, the Rams came up short in a non-league battle vs. the Comets. Joseph Thomas paced K-D with 21 points, while Adam Freese added 10. The Rams led 33-28 entering the final period, but were outscored, 17-8, over the final eight minutes. K-D outscored Penn Manor in the second quarter, 15-0.


CD East 50, Red Lion 41: At Central Dauphin East, the Lions dropped the non-league contest. Amy Maciejewski led the Lions with 13 points, including three from behind the arc. Teammate Jordyn Foster knocked in 10 points.


Delone Catholic 46, Dover 30: At McSherrystown, the Squires got pins from Sean Sneeringer (220) and Bryce Perkins (285) to open the match and then closed with six straight bout victories, including pins from Nathaniel Lowrie (145), Ryan Hart (152) and Brady Repasky (195). Mason Lewis (126), Dakota Lewis (132) and Hunter Failor (138) scored successive pins in the match for Dover to give it a lead midway through the match.


Central York 10, Elizabethtown 0: At Lancaster Ice Rink, the Panthers got back over .500 for the season with a convincing road win over the Bears in Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Tier 2 action. Central is 5-4 on the year and sits in fourth place in Tier 2, one point behind Manheim Township and Annville-Cleona, who are tied for second place. No other details were available.