LACROSSE: Susquehannock girls rout Cumberland Valley
The Susquehannock girls' lacrosse team improved to 9-1 on the season with a 17-5 triumph over visiting Cumberland Valley in non-league action on Monday.
Gena Speights led the Warriors by scoring five goals and adding one assist. Also for the Warriors, Emma Stiffler had one goal and five assists, Kayla Held had one goal and three assists, Kenna Hancock had one goal and three assists, Rachel Marshner had one goal and one assist and Riley Roeder, Maddie Ellis, Harley Mummert and Sydney Smith each scored two goals.
OTHER GIRLS' LACROSSE
Central 16 Spring Grove 7: At Central, the home team rolled behind six goals and an assist from Addy Billings. Bayleigh Keator (three goals), Katelyn Nicholson (two goals, assist), Emily Kurland (goal, two assists), Jill Czaplinski (two goals) and Lauren Ogurcak (goal, assist) also had multi-point nights for the winners. Lauren Grove and Casey Franklin each had three Spring Grove goals. Carli Cohn had eight saves to get the win in goal. Zabrina Enders had 22 saves in a losing cause.
Eastern York 16, York Suburban 6: At Wrightsville, Eastern’s Rylie Toomey had six goals, while Bri Pfeiffer had two goals and an assist. Suburban got three goals and an assist from Zoe Zambito.
York Catholic 17, Eastern York 11: At York Catholic, the Irish were led by Eli Doyle and Jacob Norton, who each scored five goals. Tanner Yanick had two goals and four assists for the Irish. Eastern York got a four-goal, two-assist effort from Jimmy Kurnik and a hat trick from Brian Lehman.
Cumberland Valley 18, Susquehannock 6: At Cumberland Valley, Anthony DeVincent led the Warriors with two goals and two assists. Also for the Warriors, Dorian Faster had two goals and one assist, while Aidan Kirkendall scored two goals.
Delone Catholic 13, Dover 12: At Dover, the Squires prevailed in sudden death. No Delone stats were provided. Josh Wolgamuth (13 saves), Drew Shaffer (five goals, two assists), Sean McDonald (three goals, assist), Steven Houk (two goals, assist) and Nate Strausbaugh (goal, two assists, 16 faceoff wins) led Dover.