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GIRLS' TENNIS: South Western hands Dallastown a rare York-Adams Division I setback

STAFF REPORT

South Western may have taken a giant stride toward winning the York-Adams Division I girls' tennis title on a steamy Wednesday afternoon in Hanover.

The Mustangs knocked off traditional power Dallastown, 3-2.

Dallastown has won four straight D-I titles, and since 2000, has won 14 of the 18 D-I championships. The Wildcats had not lost a D-I match since 2013, going 36-0 in the division during the previous four seasons.

The Mustangs received singles victories from Michaela Sentz and Emma Hynson. Also for South Western, Sydney Zepp and Sarah McComas captured the No. 1 doubles match.

For the Wildcats, Morgan Kistler won a singles match, while Bri Beverly and Emily Sarro won the No. 2 doubles match.

South Western is now 1-0 in the division and 4-0 overall. Dallastown fell to 1-1 in the division and 2-1 overall. 

West York's Alisa Steele returns against York Catholic's Clare Brennan in their second-seeded match at Springettsbury Township Park Wednesday, August 29, 2018. Bill Kalina photo

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GIRLS' TENNIS

West York 3, York Catholic 2: At Springettsbury Township Park, the Bulldogs captured a narrow York-Adams Division II victory.

Audrey Kinney, Alisa Steele and Chloe Hoover picked up West York wins.

West York is 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the division. York Catholic is 1-1 both overall and in the division.

West York's Audrey Kinney returns at the net against York Catholic's Annie Stitch in their top-seeded match at Springettsbury Township Park Wednesday, August 29, 2018. Bill Kalina photo