BOYS' SOCCER: Dallastown's Zimmerman picks up his 100th career coaching victory
Dallastown head coach Matt Zimmerman picked up his 100th career coaching victory on Monday afternoon when his Wildcats beat visiting Red Land 2-0 in a non-league boys' soccer match.
The home team got goals from Nate Swartz and Kyle Henningan. Kyle Schimmel assisted on both goals. A.J. Lentz made 10 saves to record the shutout in goal.
Zimmerman has coached eight years overall — four with the Dallastown girls' program, three with the Red Lion girls' program and he is in second year with the Dallastown boys' program.
"It's nice," Zimmerman said of the accomplishment. "But I wanted the kids to focus on playing. We're playing pretty decently so far and I didn't want it to be a distraction. The boys didn't really know about (the milestone) until after the game."
Zimmerman was unsure of his exact coaching record, but he believed it to be 100-47-3.
Dallastown improved to 8-3-1 with the victory.
"We're finally on a roll now," Zimmerman said. "We're playing very well. We graduated 13 seniors and it was looking like more of a rebuilding year, but the boys have really come through and worked really hard. We're looking forward to county playoffs and district playoffs."
OTHER BOYS' SOCCER
West York 2, York Suburban 1 (2OT): At Suburban, Eddy Rodriguez's goal in the second overtime helped the Bulldogs claim the road win. Andres Cruz got the game's scoring started when he put West York ahead 1-0 in the first half. Cruz's goal was answered by a score from the Trojans' Nick Bowman to make the score 1-1 after the first half.
Kennard-Dale 4, McCaskey 0: At Fawn Grove, Chance Logue powered the Rams to the non-divisional victory by scoring all four goals. Craig Potts and James Lippiard each picked up one assist, while goalie Jonathan Osborne made five stops to record the shutout.
Central York 6, Northeastern 0: At Manchester, Igor Gomes led the Panthers to the York-Adams Division I victory by scoring two goals. Pierce Miller, Matthew Edris, Michael Tolley and Jared Hileman each scored one goal. The Panthers held the Bobcats to one shot on goal.