BOYS' TENNIS: West York sweeps singles matches en route to 3-2 triumph over Biglerville


The West York Bulldogs swept all three singles matches en route to a 3-2 triumph over the visiting Biglerville Canners on Monday in boys' tennis action.

The Bulldogs received straight-set singles victories from Augie Citrone, Jack Citrone and Noah Sanderson. 




Northeastern 4, South Western 1: At Hanover, the Bobcats clinched the match in doubles by capturing both matches. Tony Damian and Ryan McElwain won the No.1 match, while Sam Sidle and Erick Sowers won the No. 2 match. In singles, Lance Fries and Josh Sanderson each captured a victory for the Bobcats.

Central York 5, Dover 0: At Central York, the Panthers received singles victories from Kameron Stoll, Jacob Stewart and Jack Vlazny. In doubles, Michael Gillilands and Cole Sminkey combined to win the No. 1 doubles match, while Rolen McPaul and Ian Jones combined to win the No. 2 match.

Red Lion 4, Gettysburg 1: At Red Lion, the Lions received singles victories from Cameron Wheeler and Alex Schor, while Phil Zeidman and Luke Zeidman combined to win the No. 1 doubles match, and Luc Nadeau and Chance Riddle combined to win the No. 2 match.

York Suburban 5, Hanover 0: At Suburban, the Trojans received singles victories from Parker Lando, Liam Waterbury and Drew Thomson. Jordan Ohl and Augustine Huh won the No. 1 doubles match, while Tomas Ziminski and Robbie Bell won the No. 2 doubles match.

York Catholic 4, Delone Catholic 1: At Springettsbury Park, the Irish received singles victories from Ethan Underwood and Seung Ho Jung. Teammates Rafael Paul and Daniel Chang won the No. 1 doubles match, while Kyle Kim and Zhengyao Li won the No. 2 doubles match.


Central York 14, Eastern York 8: At Central York, Abby McFerren led the Panthers to the home victory by scoring five goals and adding two assists. Also for Central, Maddy Kurland had two goals and one assist, Emily Kurland had one goal and two assists, Abby Carlisle had two goals and one assist, while Lauren Ogurcak scored two goals. Panthers goalie Carli Cohn stopped 21 shots. For the Golden Knights, Chelsea Forsyth and Addison Malone each scored four goals.