York Suburban and visiting Gettysburg split a pair of pivotal York-Adams League Division II track and field meets on Wednesday.
Suburban won the girls' meet, 81-69, while Gettysburg took a narrow boys' contest, 76-74.
All four teams had entered Wednesday's action at 4-0 in the division.
In the girls' meet, the Trojans captured first in two of the three relays. For the Warriors, Hannah Baddick won the 100, triple jump and long jump.
In the girls' meet, Edny Cellius (110 hurdles, 100, 200) and Dillard Ravaughn (triple jump, long jump, high jump) led the Warriors by each capturing three individual first-place finishes. For the Trojans, Ralph Casper won the shot put and discus.
OTHER BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD
Eastern York 102, Susquehannock 48: Wrightsville, Reajon Treasure led the Golden Knights by taking first in the 100, 400 and 200. For the Warriors, Joe McDonnell won the 1,600 and 3,200.
OTHER GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD
Eastern 123, Susquehannock 27: At Wrightsville, the Golden Knights captured first in 17 of the 18 events. Individually for the Golden Knights, Taylor Currier captured victories in the pole vault, triple jump and long jump. Also for Eastern, Maddie McLain won the 1,600 and 3,200, Hannah Myers won the 200 and 400, while Madison Nalls won the 800 and high jump.