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.