SOCCER: Dallastown boys capture shutout triumph over rival Red Lion
- Dallastown captured a 2-0 boys' soccer win over rival Red Lion on Tuesday.
- Brandon Hole made three saves to register the shutout in goal.
- Keegan Lambertson and Addison Keja scored the Dallastown goals.
Brandon Hole made three saves to register the shutout in goal, helping Dallastown capture a 2-0 boys' soccer win over rival Red Lion on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Keegan Lambertson and Addison Keja had goals for the winners, while Cade Curran provided two assists.
Levi McKeever had five saves in a losing cause.
Dallastown had a 7-3 edge in shots on goal and 2-1 edge in corners.
Kennard-Dale 5, York High 2: At Fawn Grove, Craig Potts led the Rams by scoring one goal and adding one assist. Also for K-D, Noah McConville, Matt Moscynski, Ben Livezey and Max Cooper each scored one goal, while Braden Zimmerman, Logan Coomes and Kevin Avalos each added one assist. For the Bearcats, Yair Rodriguez and Wilber Vasquez each scored one goal, while Brayan Rivero-Serrano added one assist and goalie Jose Garcia-Habana made 21 saves.
South Western 1, Northeastern 0: At Manchester, Geoffrey Little found the back of the net at the 39:12 mark of the second half to break the 0-0 deadlock and clinch the match for the Mustangs. Teammate Spencer Wells added an assist on the game winner.
Christian School of York 5, Harrisburg Academy 0: At Christian School of York, Kendis Butler led the Crusaders by scoring four goals. Mackenzie Smith had one goal and one assist, while Claire Harbaugh added two assists.
Central York 7, New Oxford 0: At Central York, Bre Sgrignoli led the Panthers to the victory by scoring three goals and adding one assist. Teammates Mia Balderston and Chloe Carns each added two assists.
Susquehannock 1, Eastern York 0: At Glen Rock, Carly Attig scored the game’s only goal in the first half. Susquehannock outshot Eastern, 11-2. Golden Knights keeper Marissa Gockley did her part, making 10 saves.