The West York boys' lacrosse team saw its season come to an end on Thursday, falling to second-seeded Cumberland Valley in the District 3 quarterfinals, 14-4.
The 10th-seeded Bulldogs were the last remaining York County team in the boys' tournament.
West York's exit was a product of two bad quarters against the Eagles. In the second and fourth quarters, the Bulldogs were outscored 10-1, while in the first and third quarters, they played right with CV, only getting outscored 4-3.
Devyn Roehm led the way with two goals for West York, while Nick Cintron and Cameron Goodling each added one. Hunter Betz, Trevor Sweitzer and Cintron each registered an assist. In goal, Cole Rinehart stopped 12 shots for the Bulldogs.
The Eagles got a game-high four goals from C.J. Sherlock and a three-goal, three-assist effort from Stevie Peters.
West York finished the season 15-4.