YORK-ADAMS TRACK AND FIELD: Susquehannock boys edge West York, despite strong effort from Bulldogs' Moyer


The Susquehannock boys' track and field team was able to stave off an impressive performance from West York's Andrew Moyer to claim a 76.17-73.83 victory by winning each of the three relays. Those relay wins provided the guests with a crucial 15-0 edge.

Moyer was the standout individual performer, taking victories in the 110 and 300 hurdles as well as winning the pole vault for the Bulldogs. Having already set the school record in the pole vault earlier this season, Moyer added his name to the books in another event Tuesday. In his first attempt at the triple jump in a varsity meet, Moyer would finish second with a new school-record leap of 43 feet, 7 inches. The Warriors' Tyler Buckley would best Moyer's mark to win the event, however. It was one of two events won by Buckley. He was Susquehannock's lone dual winner. His other win came in the long jump.

Abdul Juniad won the 100 and 200 for West York.

In girls' action, Aryon Williams (100, 200), Olivia Sollberger (pole vault, triple jump) and Katie Tallman (javelin, discus) each won two events each to help West York rout Susquehannock, 105-44.


York Tech 109, Fairfield 41: At Tech, the Spartans were led by Bry'quan Sweeney (100, 200), Kole Shenberger (110, 300 hurdles) and Thaddeus Cwiklinski (400, 800), who were each dual winners on the track. Alec Almonte performed well in the field for the winners, capturing the javelin, as well as the triple and long jumps. Shenberger was also a success in the field, winning the high jump.

Dover 85, Northeastern 64: At Dover, the Eagles' Shawn Orchard displayed his versatility by winning the 110 hurdles, shot put and discus. Orchard's teammate, Gabe Lloyd, supplied two individual firsts (800 and 1,600) and helped his team win two other events, the 1,600 and 3,200 relays. Northeastern's Taemar Willis captured the 300 hurdles and high jump.

South Western 90, Spring Grove 60: At Spring Grove, South Western's superiority in the field events enabled the Mustangs to remain unbeaten in York-Adams Division I. The visitors outscored the Rockets, 48-15 in the field, winning all seven of the events. Brady Thayer won the long jump and swept the 110 and 300 hurdles for South Western. Spring Grove's Justin Culp turned in the fastest times in the 800 and 1,600 runs.

New Oxford 87, Central 63: At New Oxford, the Colonials swept the long jump and shot put en route to a 43-20 advantage in the field events. New Oxford edged the Panthers by a single point on the track (44-43). Kyle Thomas led the Colonials in the York-Adams Division I meet by winning the 100 and 400 dashes and anchoring the winning 1,600 relay team.

Gettysburg 109, Kennard-Dale 39: At Fawn Grove, the Warriors swept all three relay events to pace themselves to an easy victory. Dalton Lyons was the only multi-event individual winner for Gettysburg, taking first in the shot put and javelin. Theodore Koussis continued his strong season in the 800 and 1,600 runs, taking first in both events, earning two of K-D's five wins in the meet.

Dallastown 98, York High 43: At Dallastown, the Wildcats got a balanced effort from the entire team, with no athlete winning more than one individual event. Dallastown did sweep the hurdle events, with Owen Ritter winning the 110-meter event and Lester McMillan taking the 300-meter event. Deshaun Horton won both the long jump and triple jump for York, the only two field events it won in the meet.


Dover 78, Northeastern 71: At Dover, the Eagles used a 47-40 advantage in the track events, including a sweep of all three relays, to win the York-Adams Division II meet. Dover had six different winners in individual events. Kirstin Josey delivered 15 points for Northeastern in the field by capturing the jumps, long, triple and high. Ashley Meyer (100 and pole vault) and Maddie Warrender (800 and 1,600) earned two first-place finishes apiece for the Bobcats.

South Western 89, Spring Grove 60: at Spring Grove, Lynne Mooradian cleaned up on the track for the Mustangs, winning the 100 dash, 200 dash and 300 hurdles along with running the anchor leg on the victorious 400 relay team. South Western's Hannah Glover cranked out the longest throws in the shot put and discus.

Fairfield 87, York Tech 63: At Tech, Moriah Logue was a force for Fairfield, winning the 200, 400, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles. D'Shanna Edwards was tough in the field for the Spartans, winning the javelin, shot put and discus. Kyrstin Evans won the high and triple jumps for Tech.

Gettysburg 121, Kennard-Dale 23: At Fawn Grove, the Warriors won 15 of the 17 contested events to easily knock off the Rams. Olivia Young won both the long jump and the triple jump to pace Gettysburg. K-D's only two event wins came from Jessica Ollis in the 100 sprint and from Maddie Ferner in the 3,200 run.

Central 90, New Oxford 60: At New Oxford, Central's Erin Wilson and Kennedy Little recorded two first-place finishes apiece. Wilson captured the distance double, 1,600 and 3,200, and Little sprinted to victory in the 200 and 400 dashes. Wilson also handled the anchor leg on the 3,200 relay team. Ayanna Johnson secured a trio of firsts for New Oxford (100, long jump and triple jump) while the Colonials' Maddie Smith uncorked the longest throws in the discus and javelin.

Dallastown 123, York High 21: At Dallastown, the Wildcats won 16 of the 18 events to cruise over the Bearcats. Taylor Forrester had a strong day for Dallastown, winning the 100 hurdles and the long jump. York's only wins came in the 4x100 relay and from Emoni Perkiss in the shot put.