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BOYS' BASKETBALL: Central York needs second-half rally to down West York

York Dispatch
  • Central York rallied for a 67-59 boys' basketball win over West York on Monday.
  • Cade Pribula poured in 23 points for the winners, while Garrett Markey added 20.
  • Dayvon Cortez paced West York with 17 points, followed by Gabe Mummert (15) and Jared Shearer (12).

Central York needed a second-half rally to shake a game West York bunch, 67-59, in a non-league boys' basketball contest on Monday night, Jan. 15.

Cade Pribula, 3, scored 23 points Monday in Central York's win over West York. YORK DISPATCH FILE PHOTO

The visiting Bulldogs led 33-31 at halftime, but couldn't hold on.

Central improved to 10-4, while West York fell to 5-8.

Cade Pribula poured in 23 points for the winners, while Garrett Markey added 20. Pribula had four 3-pointers, while Markey had two. 

Dayvon Cortez paced West York with 17 points, followed by Gabe Mummert (15) and Jared Shearer (12).

OTHER BOYS'

BASKETBALL

Northeastern 74, Steel-High 67: At Steel-High, the Bobcats stayed unbeaten with a non-league triumph. D.J. Hamilton paced Northeastern with 20 points, while Fred Mulbah and Antonio Rizzuto each added 19. Hamilton had 17 of his 20 in the second half, including five 3-pointers. Northeastern improved to 13-0. Steel-High fell to 8-5.

Red Lion 60, Cocalico 53: At Red Lion, the Lions used a 20-8 second-quarter surge to take control of the non-league game. Jamel Foster poured in 26 points for the Lions, including six 3-pointers. Phillip Douglass added 13 points, while Gavin Watt chipped in 12.

Dover 64, Littlestown 44: At Littlestown, Keith Davis (18 points), Elijah Sutton (16) and Brady Bowman (13) each reached double digits for Dover in the non-league battle. Dover improved to 10-2, while Littlestown fell to 7-3.

Susquehanna Twp. 73, Eastern York 51: At Susquehanna Twp., the Golden Knights fell behind 40-19 at halftime and couldn't recover in the non-league contest. Karter Hinkle and Demonte Martin each had nine points for Eastern.

BOYS' NOTE

Bobcats to have advance ticket sale for Dallastown game: The Northeastern athletic department will have an advance ticket sale for Friday's boys' basketball game vs. Dallastown on Wednesday and Thursday from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the ninth-grade office (198 N. Hartman St., Manchester). Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.  There will be a two-ticket limit per person. The doors open at 5 p.m. Friday.

Reach Elijah Armold at earmold@yorkdispatch.com.