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SOCCER: Susquehannock boys bounce back in a big way

STAFF REPORT
  • The Susquehannock boys beat Dover on Thursday, 6-0.
  • The Warriors improved to 12-1-1 overall and 7-1-0 in York-Adams Division II.
  • Susquehannock rebounded from its first loss of the season on Tuesday against Gettysburg.

The Susquehannock boys' soccer team bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 3-0 beating of visiting Dover on Thursday.

The Warriors, who fell to Gettysburg on Tuesday, improved to 12-1-1 overall and 7-1-0 in York-Adams Division II.

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Colton Mumley had a goal and an assist for Susquehannock. Joe Lippy and Jason Weger also scored, while Alex Kettinger added an assist.

The Warriors owned a 12-0 edge in shots on goal and a 5-0 edge in corners.

Dover's Nathaniel Hamme made nine saves.

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BOYS' SOCCER

Red Lion 1, New Oxford 0: At New Oxford, Ben Warner found the back of the net during the first half to give the Lions the win. New Oxford won the JV match, 2-1.

Conestoga Valley 2, Northeastern 0: At Conestoga Valley, Northeastern keeper Damon Faulkner made six saves in the loss.

Gettysburg 2, Kennard-Dale 1: At Gettysburg, Cade Wilhelm and Matt Yingling scored for the home team. Craig Potts had K-D's goal. Jacob Ingoe had five saves for the Rams.

GIRLS' SOCCER

Dallastown 3, South Western 0: At Dallastown, Skyler Wilt led the Wildcats to the York-Adams Division I victory by scoring two goals. Lily Jamison scored one goal, while Melissa Clapsaddle, Laken Fry and Natalie Gettle each added one assist. The Wildcats held the Mustangs to three shots on goal. Dallastown (9-5-0 overall) improved to 6-1-0 in the division.

Susquehannock 1, Dover 0 (OT): At Dover, after 80 plus minutes of scoreless play, Taylor Tannura found the back of the net to break the scoreless draw and clinch the road victory for the Warriors. Both defenses held strong throughout the contest, with the Warriors putting five shots on goal, while the Eagles mustered three.

Red Lion 3, New Oxford 0: At Red Lion, the home team rolled to victory. No other details were reported.