In a battle of two one-loss teams, York Catholic defeated York Suburban in a boys' lacrosse shootout on Thursday, 20-16.
The Fighting Irish (6-1 overall, 4-1 York-Adams League) held a 10-8 lead by halftime and saw that lead increase to 17-11 by the start of the fourth quarter. However, the Trojans (5-2 overall, 4-2 Y-A League) battled back and made things interesting in the fourth quarter, outscoring Catholic, 5-3, but couldn’t complete the rally.
Suburban got four goals and two assists from standout senior Collin Mailman, while Riley Purcell added three goals. The Fighting Irish got seven goals by Jacob Norton, while Tanner Yanick had two goals and seven assists and Tommy Bowser scored four goals.
OTHER BOYS' LACROSSE
Susquehannock 7, West York 6: At West York, Susquehannock got two goals apiece from Anthony DeVincent, Adam Rebich and Dorian Faster. West York got a two-goal performance from Cameron Goodling. Susquehannock goalie Nick Chamberlain had 20 saves. It was a rematch of last year's York-Adams League title match. Susquehannock improved to 4-2 overall and in the York-Adams League. West York fell to 4-3 and 3-3.
Red Lion 20, New Oxford 6: At Red Lion, Sam Emig led the Lions by scoring five goals and adding six assists. Also for the Lions, Jack Gemmill had four goals and five assists, Justin Dashler had three goals and one assist, Nick Shima had two goals and one assist and Elijah Workinger, Sam Posey, Grayson Hudson and Dennis Kohagida each had one goal and one assist. Red Lion improved to 6-2 overall and 5-1 in the York-Adams League.
Dallastown 11, Eastern York 10 (OT): At Wrightsville, despite a big fourth-quarter comeback by the Golden Knights to force overtime, it was the Wildcats who found the winner in the extra frame. Ethan Pickett scored four goals for Dallastown, while Braven Morris added two goals and Jack Marks made 14 saves in the cage. Isaiah King recorded a hat trick for Eastern, while Nate Smith, Jim Kurnik and Evyn Witman each added two.
Central York 24, Kennard-Dale 1: At Central, T.J. Ross had six goals and four assists for Central, while Katon Yantek had seven points, Connor Hoch had six points and Ryan Kilgour and Garrison Markey each had five points. Central improved to 6-2 overall and 5-1 in the York-Adams League.
Spring Grove 15, South Western 6: At South Western, Tanner Bolton scored eight goals to fuel the Rockets. Spring Grove’s Bryce Kephart added two goals and eight assists. South Western was led by three goals from Carson Perry.
OTHER GIRLS' LACROSSE
Kennard-Dale 17, Central York 0: At Fawn Grove, Maddie Day scored five goals and added an assist for K-D, while Emmie Dressel scored four goals and assisted on four goals. The Rams improved to 8-0 overall and 4-0 in the York-Adams League.
Eastern York 8, Dallastown 5: At Dallastown, the Golden Knights outscored the Wildcats 6-3 in the second half, breaking a 2-2 halftime score to earn the road win. Riley Toomey had three goals for Eastern, while Payton Becker had two goals and an assist. Dallastown was led by Melissa Clapsaddle, who scored four goals.
York Catholic 17, York Suburban 0: At York Suburban, Anna Linthicum led the Irish to the victory by scoring a game-high four goals. Also for the Irish, Carlin Mayer and Katy Rader each scored two goals apiece. The Irish improved to 6-0 overall and 6-0 in the York-Adams League.
Red Lion 16, New Oxford 15 (OT): At New Oxford, Alyssa Adams scored six goals to help the Lions edge their hosts in overtime. Peyton Shima scored four goals and recorded an assist for Red Lion. Braxtin Reddinger was New Oxford’s leader with seven goals and an assist.
South Western 15, Spring Grove 10: At Spring Grove, Elizabeth Antoshak led the Mustangs by scoring three goals and adding two assists. For the Rockets, Hannah Miller scored three goals, while Casey Franklin, Jordyn Miller and Lauren Grove each scored two goals.
Susquehannock 18, West York 4: At Glen Rock, the Warriors rolled. Susquehannock improved to 7-1 overall and 4-1 in the York-Adams League. No other details were available. The Warriors won the JV match, 12-0.