Central York rallied from a 4-3 halftime deficit to down Lower Dauphin 8-7 on Monday in non-league boys' lacrosse action.
Connor Hoch led the Panthers with three goals.
Also for Central, Kanton Yantek scored two goals, T.J. Ross had two assists and Thomas Kurland scored one goal and added one assist.
OTHER BOYS' LACROSSE
York Catholic 16, Lancaster Country Day 9: At York, Alex Reichart (five assists), Jacob Norton (four goals), Tanner Yanick (two goals, two assists), Luke Brennan (two goals, two assists) and Eddie Smith (two goals, assist) paced the Irish to the non-league victory. York Catholic used a 7-2 third-quarter edge to break open a game it led 5-3 at halftime.
York Suburban 16, Mechanicsburg 1: At Suburban, the Trojans got hat tricks from Collin Mailman, Cameron LeCates and Joseph Saddock to pace the explosive offense to the non-league win. Mailman added two assists to finish with a game-high five points.
Red Lion 17, Palmyra 7: At Palmyra, Tanner Reif led the Lions to the non-league victory by scoring three goals and adding two assists. Also for Red Lion, Christian Castle had two goals and three assists, Tyler Dunlap scored three goals, Sam Emig had two goals and one assist and Jac Gemmil picked up two assists.
Susquehannock 22, Northern York 0: At Glen Rock, the Warriors had no trouble in this one, shutting out the Polar Bears. Morgan LeBlanc scored a game-high five goals, while Maddie Ellis added a goal and game-high three assists. Susquehannock led 16-0 by halftime.
Dallastown 11, New Oxford 9: At Dallastown, the Wildcats opened up a 7-4 halftime lead and then held off the Colonials' second-half rally to earn the win. Alyssa Layton led the way with four goals for Dallastown, while Melissa Clapsaddle chipped in with three. Braxtin Reddinger continued her impressive scoring run, netting a game-high six goals for New Oxford.