Two York-Adams boys' teams earn first-round wins; other Tuesday District 3 lacrosse action

STEVE HEISER
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Two York-Adams boys’ lacrosse programs emerged with victories during District 3 first-round action on Tuesday.

Dallastown earned a 16-8 Class 3-A triumph at State College, while New Oxford grabbed a 14-4 home triumph in Class 2-A over Wyomissing.

The other York-Adams boys’ lacrosse teams in action on Tuesday weren’t as fortunate.

South Western dropped a 15-5 decision at Wilson and Red Lion suffered a 10-9 home loss against Penn Manor, both in 3-A action.

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No. 11 seed Dallastown pulled off the biggest upset of the District 3 3-A first round, knocking off No. 6 seed State College. Dallastown used an 11-3 scoring advantage over the middle two periods to take control of the match. The Wildcats improved to 12-5, while State College finished at 13-3.

The Wildcats were led to victory by Coleton Mahorney (four goals, two assists), Caleb Fox (three goals, two assists), Josh Heromin (three goals, assist), Evan Mitchell (two goals, assist), Griffin Pickett (two goals) and Cole Terry (two goals).

Dallastown moves on to the quarterfinals at 6 p.m. Thursday at No. 3 seed Cumberland Valley (15-2), which had a first-round bye.

New Oxford, meanwhile, rolled to the program’s first-ever district victory. The fifth-seeded Colonials improved to 13-5. No. 12 seed Wyomissing finished 8-9. New Oxford will travel to fourth-seeded Cocalico (12-5) for a 2-A quarterfinal contest at 7 p.m. Thursday. Cocalico had a first-round bye.

New Oxford was paced by Camden Elmo (four goals, four assists), Ryan Carver (three goals, three assists), Ryan Dubs (two goals, assist), Cam Herring (two goals, assist), Cayden Glatfelter (two goals) and Jaden Giaccone (10 saves).

Red Lion saw its season end with a tight 3-A setback to the Comets. No. 7 seed Red Lion finished at 14-4. No. 10 seed Penn Manor improved to 13-5. Penn Manor will travel to No. 2 seed Central York (17-1), the York-Adams Tournament champion, at 7 p.m. Friday in the quarterfinals.

South Western’s campaign also came to an end with its loss to Wilson. No. 12 seed South Western finished at 12-7. No. 5 seed Wilson improved to 17-4.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Wyomissing 11, Eastern York 3: At Wyomissing, Eastern York’s season came to a close with a District 3 Class 2-A loss. No. 11 seed Eastern finished at 10-8. No. 6 seed Wyomissing improved to 13-5. Wyomissing will travel to No. 3 seed Susquehannock (14-1) at 7 p.m. Wednesday in a quarterfinal. Susquehannock had a first-round bye.

Reach Steve Heiser at sheiser@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @ydsports.