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The McLain sisters powered the Eastern York girls' team to a trio of cross country triumphs on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Competing on their home course at Sam Lewis State Park, Maddie McLain won the girls' race in 19 minutes, 38 seconds, while Olivia McLain was second. York Tech's Julia Atkins took third, followed by Eastern's Madison Nalls and Spring Grove's Morgan Lint.

In the girls' team competition, Kennard-Dale finished second at 2-1. Spring Grove and Tech didn't have enough runners to compile a team score.

In the boys' meet, K-D went 3-0, followed by Spring Grove (2-1), Eastern York (1-2) and Tech (0-3).

Spring Grove's Jack Warehime was first in the boys' race in 18:56, followed by Tech's Sean Smith. K-D runners Will Holtz, Collin Wolf and Eric Traeger took third through fifth, respectively.

OTHER BOYS'

CROSS COUNTRY

Susquehannock triumphs: At Manchester, Susquehannock captured first place in the team competition by defeating Northeastern and Biglerville. Eric Younkin led the Warriors individually by taking second. Also for the Warriors, Sam Pugliese took third, while Brandon Lewis captured fifth. The Bobcats took second by defeating Biglerville. Noah Hake led the Bobcats by taking first in 18:02. Northeastern's D.J. Haas took fourth. 

Gable powers Wildcats: At Dallastown, Bryce Gable took first in 17:06 to lead the Dallastown over Delone Catholic, Dover and Gettysburg. The Warriors took second. Luke Milhimes led Gettysburg with a second-place finish, while Bradley Filler took fourth and Andrew Hirneisen took fifth. The Squires took third by defeating Dover. Adler Brininger took third to lead the Squires. 

Buzynski sparks Panthers: At Littlestown, Timmy Buzynski led Central York to victories over York Catholic, New Oxford, West York and Littlestown by taking first in 18:28. Also for Central, Jacob Montgomery took second, Cole Harris came in fourth and Logan Dillow took fifth. The Colonials came in second, followed by the Bulldogs, the Irish and the Thunderbolts. Ryan Corbitt led the Irish with a third-place finish.

Kerr shines for Trojans: At Hanover, Josh Kerr lead the Trojans to the first-place finish by taking first in 17:24. The Trojans defeated Red Lion, Fairfield, Bermudian Springs and South Western. Also for Suburban, Bryce Ohl took second, Jarrett Radensky took third and Andrew Paskey took fifth. The Lions came in second, followed by the Mustangs, Eagles and Green Knights. Chad Long led the Eagles with a fourth-place finish. 

OTHER GIRLS'

CROSS COUNTRY

Warrender leads Bobcats: At Manchester, Maddie Warrender took first in 22:20 to lead Northeastern to team victories over Susquehannock and Biglerville. Also for Northeastern, Margaret Carroll took second, Trinity Schraudner took third and Rose Rush came in fifth. The Warriors' Desiree Witmer took fourth. Susquehannock and Biglerville did not have enough runners to register a team score.

Dallastown defends home course: At Dallastown, the Wildcats were able to gather seven of the top-10 finishes on their way to victories against Delone Catholic, Dover and Gettysburg. Dallastown’s Emily Schuler won the race in 19:09. Delone’s Leanne Sneeringer was second, with the Wildcats’ Allison Myers, Lydia Fimmano and Carly Gable rounding out the top five.

Smith leads Panthers to victories: At Littlestown, Kendall Smith led Central York to victories over York Catholic, New Oxford, West York and Littlestown by taking first in 21:37. Also for Central, Olivia Gemma took third, while Paige Hartman took fifth. The Irish came in second, followed by Bulldogs, Colonials and Thunderbolts. Katelyn MacDougall led the Irish with a second-place finish, while teammate Rachel Kordaz took fourth.   

Ohl excels for Suburban: At Hanover, Courtney Ohl lead the Trojans to the first-place finish by taking first in 20:39. The Trojans defeated South Western, Bermudian Springs, Fairfield and Red Lion. Also for Suburban, Zette Pflaum took fourth, while Emma Trout took fifth. The Mustangs came in second, followed by the Lions, the Eagles and the Green Knights. Individually for the Mustangs, Sarah Forry took second, while teammate Alyssa Bentzel took third.  

GOLF

Susquehannock wraps up division: The Susquehannock golf team improved to 36-0 and wrapped up the York-Adams Divisuion II title by winning the tournament at Regents' Glen Country Club.

The Warriors finished with a 335 total to edge second-place York Suburban by seven shots. Dover was third at 359, followed by West York (362), Kennard-Dale (379), Gettysburg (383) and Eastern York (394). Suburban is second in the standings at 28-8

Susquehannock's Andrew Roberts was medalist at 72, followed by Dover's Logan Snyder at 76, Gettysburg's Jacob Withers at 78, Susquehannock's Kendel Abrams at 79 and Susquehannock's Spencer Beran at 79.

GIRLS' TENNIS

Northeastern 3, Dover 2: At Manchester, the Bobcats received a singles victory from Brynn MacDonald, while Adannaya Onwukanjo and Aubrey Shaffer combined to win the No. 1 doubles match and Madison Laughman and Jiselle Castano won the No. 2 doubles match. For the Eagles, Alex DiGiovonni and Madisyn Weaver each captured a singles match.

FIELD HOCKEY

Red Lion 4, Susquehannock 3 (OT): At Glen Rock, Isabelle Koeman scored in the extra frame to give the Lions the win. Jordan Sleeth had two goals to lead Red Lion, while Casey Griffin added a goal and assist and Hayley Taylor registered two assists. Lauryn Wojcik recorded a hat-trick for Susquehannock, with Julia McKenzie adding two assists. Susquehannock won the JV game, 2-0.

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