YORK-ADAMS LACROSSE: West York girls earn one-goal victory over South Western

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West York 8, South Western 7: At Hanover, the Bulldogs outscored the Mustangs by a single goal in the second half to break a halftime deadlock and earn the one-goal victory. Ally Williams had two goals and one assist to lead West York with three points. Lauren Schmidt led all scorers with a game-high three goals for South Western.

Kennard-Dale 17, York Suburban 3: At Suburban, Morgan Day poured in eight goals to lead K-D. Lindsey Duty (two goals, two assists), Hannah Bracey (two goals, two assists), Emmie Dressel (two goals, two assists) and Morgan Bowing (goal, assist) also excelled for the Rams. Karlee Wasilewski paced Suburban with two goals. The Rams improved to 8-0 overall and 7-0 in the York-Adams League.

Susquehannock 20, Eastern York 3: At Wrightsville, Ashley Valway helped the Warriors cruise to the win over the Golden Knights with a game-high six goals. Kayla Held had a seven-point game for Susquehannock, scoring a single goal to go along with a game-high six assists. Rylie Toomey scored twice for Eastern, while Hailee Fried had the other goal.

York Catholic 19, Red Lion 5: At York Catholic, Lindsey China led the Irish by scoring a game-high six goals and adding two assists. Also for the Irish, Shannon Moore had two goals and five assists, Anna Linthicum had four goals and one assist, while Maura Palandro had two goals and three assists. For the Lions, Emily Robbins had two goals and one assist, while Peyton Shima scored two goals.


West York 18, South Western 9: At West York, Hunter Betz's 10-point game led the Bulldogs. He split his distribution evenly, with five goals and five assists, while Tanner Brannon also added five goals for West York. Anthony DeVincent was the high scorer for South Western, recording five goals and two assists.

York Suburban 18, Kennard-Dale 1: At Fawn Grove, Michael Sipes collected three goals and five assists for Suburban, while Collin Mailman (two goals, two assists) and Ryan Yost (four goals) also excelled for the Trojans. Justice Gettle added two goals for the winners.

Dallastown 12, New Oxford 2: At Dallastown, Brian Prats led the Wildcats by scoring a game-high five goals. Cade Gold had two goals and one assist, while Dom Gurreri scored two goals. Dallastown goalie Jack Marks made 12 saves.

Susquehannock 19, Eastern York 6: At Wrightsville, Aiden Kirkendall's six-goal game helped the Warriors cruise. Noah O'Brien, Jack Allred and Zach Orner also had hat tricks for Susquehannock. Eastern was led by Conrad Rhein, who had three goals and an assist.

Central York 15, Spring Grove 7: At Central York, a big night from T.J. Ross helped the Panthers cruise. Ross recorded six goals and three assists. Thomas Kurland had a hat trick and an assist for the victors. Spring Grove got a pair of goals each from Dillon Griffiths, Bryce Kephart and Tanner Bolton.