FIELD HOCKEY: Dallastown, Red Lion cruise to victories
The Dallastown and Red Lion field hockey teams cruised to easy victories on Monday.
Dallastown dominated Dover, 10-0, while Red Lion cruised past South Western, 6-1.
At Dallastown, Caroline Doll led the Wildcats by scoring three goals. Molly Lohss scored one goal and added two assists, Jen Crumling scored two goals and Katie Doherty and Kaylee Frey each had one goal and one assist. The Wildcats defense held the Eagles to zero shots on goal. Dallastown won the JV match, 4-0.
At Hanover, Gill Orwig led the Lions by recording a hat trick. The Lions' defense held the Mustangs to three shots on goal. The JV match ended in a 1-1 tie.
Central York 3, West York 0: At West York, Breann Craley had two goals and Kyra Heap scored once to lead Central. The Panthers outshot West York, 21-0. West York's Chloe Smith made 12 saves. The JV match ended 0-0.
Kennard-Dale 3, Delone Catholic 2: At McSherrystown, Emma Lucas scored two second-half goals to give the Rams a 3-1 lead. Teammate Jena Soukaseaum scored one goal and added one assist. K-D won the JV match, 3-1.
Susquehannock 2, Spring Grove 0: At Spring Grove, Brooke Morris scored a pair of goals to lead the Warriors.Emma DeLuca recorded two saves in goal to earn the shutout.
Hanover 4, Eastern York 3: At Wrightsville, Madelyn Dell broke a 3-3 tie when she found the back of the net at the 4:56 mark of the second half to clinch the victory for the Hawkettes. For the Golden Knights, Tia Judy scored two goals, while teammate Emily Bodien made 13 stops in goal.
New Oxford 11, Northeastern 0: Carly Flickinger, Bri Smith and Kasey Demi each scored two goals to lead the Colonials. New Oxford won the JV match 3-0 over York Country Day.
Littlestown 8, York Suburban 0: At Littlestown, Alexis Morey poured in four goals to lead the Lady Bolts. Suburban's Eliana Craft made 13 saves in a losing cause. Littlestown won the JV match, 6-0.
Bermudian Springs 9, Fairfield 0: At Bermudian Springs, Olivia Blasone scored five goals and teammates Brooke Zehr and Nicki Wolf each added a pair as the Eagles cruised.
Gettysburg 3, Biglerville 1: At Gettysburg, the Warriors broke a 1-1 halftime deadlock by scoring twice in the second half to down the Canners. Anna Coale, Tiffany Slonaker and Madison Hirneisen all scored for Gettysburg. Brice Gardner scored the only goal for Biglerville.