Powerhouse York Suburban cross country teams have good news-bad news day at Gettysburg


It was a good news-bad news day for the York Suburban cross country teams on Tuesday at Gettysburg High School.

York Suburban's Jarrett Raudensky. DISPATCH FILE PHOTO

The Trojan boys earned yet another division championship, but the Trojan girls saw a long winning streak come to an end.

For the first time in nearly two decades, the Suburban girls suffered a York-Adams League divisional loss.

The Trojans fell to Gettysburg 22-33 on the Warriors’ home course.

Before this season, the Suburban girls had won 17 straight Y-A division titles, including 13 Division II titles, two East titles and two Division I titles. The Trojans had gone 98-0 in division contests during that period.

Gettysburg now sits at 4-0 in D-II this season, Suburban finished its D-II season at 5-1.

Dover’s Hannah Hogan won the girls’ race in 20 minutes, 30 seconds. Suburban’s Courtney Ohl was next, followed by Central York’s Olivia Gemma.

Gettysburg placed four runners among the top 10 individuals to earn the victory, including a fourth-place finish by Anne Bair.

The Warriors girls finished 4-0 in the meet, followed by Suburban (3-1), Susquehannock (2-2), Dover (1-3) and Central (0-4). The Suburban girls fell to 12-2 overall.

Suburban cross country teams again excelling

Suburban finished first in the boys’ meet at 4-0, followed by Gettysburg (3-1), Central (2-2), Susquehannock (1-3) and Dover (0-4). Both Suburban and Gettysburg entered that meet unbeaten in D-II action. In the head-to-head meeting, the Suburban boys downed the Warriors, 20-38.

Suburban clinched D-II title at 6-0. Gettysburg fell to 3-1 in the division. The Trojan boys improved to 14-0 overall.

Suburban’s Jarrett Raudensky won the boys’ race in 17:18, followed by teammates Jordan Ohl and Cole Adams.

The Suburban boys have won seven straight D-II crowns, going 40-0 in division matches over that stretch.