High school roundup: West York girls' soccer beats Susquehannock
West York's quest for the York-Adams League Division II girls' soccer crown is still alive after Monday's 2-1 victory over Susquehannock.
At Glen Rock, the visiting Bulldogs (11-4, 8-2 Division II) received one goal apiece from Maddie Strayer and Jaelynn Small, while teammates Rylee Miller and Kyla Myers each added one assist apiece in clinching the divisional victory.
With the loss, Susquehannock falls to 5-9 overall and and 5-5 in the division.
West York now has 24 points in division play, one behind the 25 points of Northeastern (8-1-1). Both teams have two division games remaining. The Bulldogs host York Suburban (5-5-1 D-II) on Tuesday and visit Dover (3-7) on Thursday. The first-place Bobcats visit Susquehannock on Tuesday and host Kennard-Dale on Thursday.
OTHER GIRLS' SOCCER SCORES
Dallastown 5, Eastern York 1
Spring Grove 1, York High 0
Fairfield 3, Biglerville 1
Dover 11, Central Dauphin East 0
York Catholic 2, Eastern York 1: At Wrightsville, the Irish (12-2-2 Overall) received one goal apiece from Kayden Macris and Christian Ludwig to help them secure the non-divisional victory. Teammates John Forjan and Ryan Oathout each added assists. The Golden Knights (4-12-0) received a long goal from Noah Brady, assisted by KJ Lavetan.
Mechanicsburg 4, New Oxford 1
Biglerville 10, Fairfield 1
Dover 3, Central Dauphin East 2
Spring Grove 3, Kennard-Dale 1: At Fawn Grove, the Rockets (8-6-2 overall) received one goal apiece from Gabrielle Etter, Piper Krill and Kendall Smith to help them secure the non-divisional victory. Maddie Davidson scored a lone goal for the Rams. With the loss, Kennard-Dale falls to 9-7.
Susquehannock 1, South Western 0
Fairfield 3, York Tech 0
Bermudian Springs 7, Gettysburg 2
Dallastown 1, Hempfield 0
Susquenita 6, Hanover 0
Littlestown 3, Northeastern 0
Eastern York 5, Dover 0
York Tech 3, Northeastern 2: At Spry, the Spartans (5-9) won the non-divisional match by the scores of 26-24, 25-20, 14-25, 21-25, 15-8. Tiffani King led York Tech with 12 kills, while teammate Rhlyn Rouse had four aces. With the loss, Northeastern falls to 3-10.
Hanover 3, Kennard-Dale 0
Waynesboro 3, New Oxford 1