CROSS COUNTRY: Lytle sets another record at Red Lion
- Fairfield's Lindsey Lytle finished in 20:21 to set a new Red Lion course record.
- York Suburban won the girls' meet at Red Lion, with four runners finishing fourth through seventh.
- Suburban also won the boys' meet, with a one-two finish by Jarrett Raudensky and Josh Kerr.
Fairfield's Lindsey Lytle set her second course record in the span of a week for the Green Knights in a cross country meet at Red Lion on Tuesday.
Lytle finished in a time of 20 minutes, 21 seconds. The previous record was 21:17.
York Suburban won the girls' meet, thanks to four runners finishing fourth through seventh. The Lions took home second, behind Keirsten Lloyd’s runner-up finish. South Western, the Green Knights and Bermudian Springs rounded out the top five.
In the boys' meet, Suburban’s duo of Jarrett Raudensky and Josh Kerr finished first and second, respectively, to help the Trojans to the meet victory. South Western’s Dalton Miles finished third, helping the Mustangs to a second-place team finish, followed by the Lions, Fairfield and Bermudian.
Maldonado leads Rockets to first-place finish: At York Township Park, Jordan Maldonado's first-place finish in 17:15 led Spring Grove to victories over Kennard-Dale, Eastern York and York Tech. Teammate Tristan Smyser took third. K-D came in second. Donald "Merle" Bernard took second for the Rams. Eastern came in third, followed by Tech. Nathan Trowell-Lopez took fourth for Eastern, while Zack Falk was fifth.
Kelly powers Bobcats to triumph: At Glen Rock, Ben Kelly took first in 18:08 to lead Northeastern to victories over Biglerville and Susquehannock. Also for the Bobcats, Noah Hake took second, Brody McElwain took third, Robert Yoka took fourth and Josh McKenzie tied for fifth. Susquehannock took second, while Biglerville was third.
Jacobson first in Wildcats victory: At Dover, Patrick Jacobson took first in 17:42 to lead Dallastown to team victories over Dover, Delone Catholic and Gettysburg. Also for the Wildcats, Bryce Gable took second, while Daniel Stayer was fifth. Gettysburg took second. Bradley Filler led the Warriors with a third-place finish, while teammate Jay Geesaman took fourth. Delone took third and Dover was fourth.
McLain sparks Golden Knights to victory: At York Township Park, Maddie McLain's first-place finish in 20:14 led Eastern York to victories over Kennard-Dale, Spring Grove and York Tech. Olivia McLain took second for Eastern, while Madison Nalls took third. K-D was second as a team. Crystal Mullins led the Rams at fifth. Tech, followed by Spring Grove. Julia Atkins led the Spartans at fourth.
Bradley shines in Northeastern win: At Glen Rock, Micaela Bradley's first-place finish in 23:47 led the Bobcats to victories over Biglerville and Susquehannock. Also for the Bobcats, Rose Rush took second, while Emily Rau took fourth. The Warriors came in second by defeating Biglerville. Addy Schefter took third for Susquehannock, while teammate Juliana Wagner took fifth.
Schuler excels in Wildcats triumph: At Dover, Emily Schuler took first in 19:33 to lead Dallastown over Delone Catholic, Dover and Gettysburg. Also for Dallastown, Allison Myers took third, Isabella Wise took fourth and Lydia Fimmano took fifth. Delone came in second. Leanne Sneeringer was second for Delone. Dover was third, followed by Gettysburg.