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