The Kennard-Dale girls' and York Catholic boys' lacrosse teams won York-Adams League tournament titles Friday, May 11, at Red Lion High School. The Rams' Morgan Bowings and the Irish's Chandler Hake discussed their team's victories. Elijah Armold, York Dispatch


The road to the District 3 lacrosse finals will run through Millersville — at least for three of the four York County schools still alive in the postseason title race.

The district semifinal lacrosse sites have been released, and the Susquehannock and Kennard-Dale girls and the York Catholic boys all have semifinal battles set for Penn Manor High School in Lancaster County.

The other York County team still alive in the D-3 lacrosse title chase are the Susquehannock boys, and they'll travel to Hershey for their semifinal.

The Susquehannock and Kennard-Dale girls, who have battled all season long for York-Adams League supremacy, will compete in a D-3 Class 2-A semifinal doubleheader at Penn Manor on Tuesday.

The Warriors (18-3) captured the Y-A regular-season title. They're the top seed in the D-3 2-A field and will meet fourth-seeded Wyomissing (16-4) at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Penn Manor. Wyomissing beat Susquehannock earlier in the season, 14-7.

That same night at 7 p.m. at Penn Manor, the third-seeded Rams (18-2) face second-seeded Hershey (18-2). K-D, the Y-A playoff champion, beat Hershey earlier in the season, 22-7.

The semifinal winners will meet for the D-3 title on Thursday at Lower Dauphin Middle School. The semifinal losers will meet Thursday at a site and time to be determined.

In boys' 2-A semifinal action on Monday, fourth-seeded York Catholic (16-4) faces top-seeded Palmyra (19-1) at 5 p.m. at Penn Manor. The Fighting Irish claimed the Y-A playoff crown. 

Third-seeded Susquehannock (15-4) will battle second-seeded Trinity (16-2) in the other 2-A boys' semifinal at 5 p.m. Monday at Hershey.

The 2-A boys' final is set for Wednesday at Central Dauphin Middle School. The third-place game is also Wednesday, at a site and time to be determined.  

All four boys' and girls' semifinalists have already sewn up PIAA state berths.