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WEEKEND GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Ella Kale leads unbeaten Spring Grove over Dallastown

STEVE HEISER
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Spring Grove's Ella Kale, seen here in a file photo, scored 25 points Friday night in a 42-41 victory over Dallastown.

After Friday night's win over Dallastown, the Spring Grove girls' basketball team is still unbeaten.

However, staying unbeaten was not an easy chore against the Wildcats.

The Rockets needed a 14-9 fourth-quarter surge to rally past Dallastown for a 42-41 triumph.

Spring Grove is now 4-0 overall and 3-0 in York-Adams Division I. The Rockets are alone in first in the division. Dallastown dropped to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in the division.

Ella Kale's 25 points, including four 3-pointers, paced Spring Grove. Addyson Wagman chipped in 10 points for the winners.

Spring Grove has now earned consecutive wins vs. the defending D-I champion (Central York) and the defending league playoff champion (Dallastown). The Rockets downed Central on Wednesday night, 52-47.

Dallastown was led by D'Shantae Edwards' 19 points.

Spring Grove next travels to Northeastern on Wednesday. Dallastown's next contest is at South Western on Tuesday.

OTHER GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Saturday

York Suburban 51, Donegal 13: At Suburban, the Trojans rolled to the nonleague triumph to improve to 3-1 overall. Maddison Perring's 16 points paced the Trojans, while Alyssa Dougherty added 15 and Brooke Sargen chipped in 11. On Friday, Suburban also defeated New Oxford, 58-27, in a Y-A D-II contest to improve to 1-1 in the division.

Delone Catholic 57, Bishop McDevitt 45: At the Catholic Showcase at Lancaster Catholic, the Squirettes improved to 5-0 overall. Giana Hoddinott led Delone with 17 points, while Makenna Mummert added 15 points. 

Holy Redeemer 50, York Catholic 47: At the Catholic Showcase at Lancaster Catholic, the Irish dropped a close decision to the Wilkes-Barre school to drop to 3-2 overall.

Central Dauphin 62, Red Lion 27: At Red Lion, the Lions dropped the nonleague contest to a powerhouse Rams team to drop to 2-1 overall on the season.

Northern York 34, Dover 20: At Dillsburg, the Eagles dropped the nonleague contest to the Polar Bears. Dover led 10-9 after one quarter, but couldn't hold on.

Friday

Susquehannock 43, Kennard-Dale 25: At Glen Rock, Kelsey Gemmill's 14 points sparked the Warriors, who limited K-D to seven or fewer points in three of the four quarters.

York Catholic 52, Fairfield 28: At Fairfield, York Catholic improved to 2-0 in Y-A D-III, paced by 10-point efforts from Drew Kile and Julianna Bona. Maddie Neiderer's 12 points paced Fairfield.

Gettysburg 58, West York 47: At Gettysburg, the Warriors jumped out to a 33-15 halftime edge and held on for the Y-A D-II victory. Gettysburg is now 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the division. West York dropped to 2-1 overall and in the division. Anne Bair (14), Skye Shepherd (12), Camryn Felix (11) and Brianna Abate (10) each hit double digits for the Warriors. Abate added 11 rebounds. West York was led by Alainna Hopta (15) and Dorian Ilyes (11).

Christian School of York 39, Mt. Calvary 24: Emma Bell's 18 points sparked the Defenders tot the triumph.

Delone Catholic 67, Biglerville 25: At Biglerville, the Delone juggernaut rolled on behind 21 points from Giana Hoddinott. Makenna Mummert added 13 points for the Squirettes. Brylee Rodgers scored 12 points for Biglerville. 

Hanover 54, Littlestown 33: At Hanover, Jaycie Miller's 23 points sparked Hanover, including four 3-pointers. Tianna Gray added 13 points for the winners. Kylah Green's 14 points paced Littlestown.

Central York 67, Dover 7: At Central, the Panthers picked up their first win of the season to improve to 1-1 overall. Sarah Berman's 17 points led Central. Bella Chimienti added 11.

Bermudian Springs 73, York Tech 35: At York Springs, the Eagles improved to 3-1 overall and 1-1 in Y-A D-III.

Red Lion 60, York High 36: At York, the Lions cruised to improve to 2-0 overall and in Y-A D-I. York High is 1-2 and 0-2.

Reach Steve Heiser at sheiser@yorkdispatch.com.