Eli Brooks autographs T-shirts at fundraiser
Former Spring Grove star and Michigan guard Eli Brooks sign kids’ T-shirts at a fundraising event Thursday, September 15th.
Dante Green, York Dispatch
golf high school
Schultz and Inch led the Panthers to a pole position in the number one position:
For the first time since 2020, someone other than Dallastown took first place in the York-Adams League Division I golf tournament.
Noah Schultz and Dallas Inch led Central York to an eight-shot win in the championship Thursday at the Hanover Country Club. Both the Novice and Freshman fired 73, tied in the low round of the day. Panthers teammate Nevin Nardo also put him in the top five with a score of 78, while Noah Postdorf finished the count’s score with 84 for a total of 308.
Wildcats (316) big led Bobby Nicholson, who finished third with a 75. Mason Tucker tied for fourth with a 78, Red Cross shot 79, and Lane Cross, Taylor Hicks and Trevor Englert made 84s.
The Northeast (353) finished third in the tie-breaking method over the Southwest. New Oxford (374) finished fifth, Red Lion (378) finished sixth, and Spring Grove (385) finished seventh.
With one regular season game remaining, Dallastown (35-1) is still safely ahead of the standings. Central York (30-6) remained in second, with Northeastern (24-12) in third. Southwest was steady at fourth, now at 19-17. New Oxford (12-24) is fifth, while Red Lion and Spring Grove (3-33) are tied for sixth.
volleyball for girls
York Suburban 3, West York 2: At the York Suburban, the Trojans slipped in the first two sets but rebounded to capture the second division game, 20-25, 21-25, 28-26, 25-18, 15-9. There were no match statistics available for the Trojans (5-1, 5-0). Ireland led the Cotton Bulldog (7-3, 5-1) with 17 kills and eight digs. Teammate Faith Walker had 17 kills, seven pits and three aces, while M.J. Robb had 18 pits and five kills.
Central York 3, Spring Grove 0: In central York, the Panthers won the Division I game at home (25-21, 25-22, 25-23). Taryn Peters led Central York (5-0, 5-0) with 22 assists, six holes, and two serving yards. For missiles (6-3, 3-2), Alayna Zeigler had 18 kills and five bores. Mackenzie Boyer had 10 kills and 11 pits. And teammate Miley Ormond has 14 assists and nine holes.
Susquehank 3, Kennard Dell 0: At Glen Rock, the Warriors won the Division II game at home 25-21, 25-21, 25-14. Individually for Warriors, Emily Wright had eight kills and 11 pits. Braille Jones had 14 holes and four aces. And Anna Marie Petricevich had 13 holes and eight kills. With the win, Susquehannock improved to 5-2 (3-2), while Kennard-Dale dropped to 1-5 (0-5). There are no rams game statistics available.
Southwestern 3, York High 0: At York High, the Mustang won the first-class road match by scores 25-13, 25-6, 25-7. Lily Sullivan led the Mustang (6-2, 3-2) with nine kills, Catelyn Grimbler had 21 pits and three kills, and Clean Ford had six aces, 14 assists and four pits. No statistics for Bearcats (1-7, 0-6).
Dillon Catholic 3, Hannover 0: In Hanover, the Squirettes won the third division match 25-12, 25-19, 25-9. Meredith Keefer led Squires (9-2, 5-1) with 10 kills. Dina Bello had seven aces, six holes, three assists and three kills, while Campbell Kronister had six kills, 21 assists, and four aces. There were no statistics for the game Hawkettes (3-6, 2-3).
Bermudian Springs 3, York Tech 0: At York Springs, the Eagles won the third division game 25-17, 25-9, 25-12. Ella Maines had seven kills and seven vultures (4-4, 3-2). Teammate Lanny Cook had five kills and three blocks, while Heyla Martin had 16 assists. Sparta fell to 2-5 (1-4).
Littlestown 3, Fairfield 0: In Littlestown, the Thunderbolts won the third division match at home by 25-10, 25-7, 25-10. Eli Staub led the Thunderbolts (4-5, 2-3) with four kills and three aces, Adyson Popoff scored six kills, and Makayla Branham had 20 assists. Fairfield fell to 0-6 (0-5) with the loss.
Dalstown 3, Red Lion 1
Southwest 4, Hannover 1: In Hanover, Mustangs (6-7) captured both doubles matches to help them secure the Non-Divisional Road victory. Michaela Bond and Chloe Batchelor won the No. 1 doubles match, while Brian Sheridan and Ansiana Bassett won the No. 2, both in straight sets. His teammates Kylie Skipicky and Lily Smith each won back-to-back singles. For Hawkettes (8-5), Annie Smith won match #1 singles in straight sets.
Dallastown 4, Red Lion 1: In Dallastown, the Wildcats captured a Division I home win by playing sweeping doubles. Elizabeth Toni and Chloe Essett combined to win the first doubles match, while Katie Kronester and Teigen Mortenson combined to win match No. 2, both in straight sets. In the singles, his teammates Kathryn Lacher and Kylie Sciuto both won in straight sets. Lexi Lakatos of the Lions won the first game in consecutive rounds. Dallastown improved to 8-2 (6-1), while Red Lion regressed to 6-4 (4-3).
Dillon Catholic 4, Dover 1: At McSherrystown, the Squirettes (10-1) took back-to-back singles wins from Olivia Roth, Ella Knox and Brielle Baughman to help them take home wins without division. For the Eagles (1-12), Michelina Miller and Gabi Erdmann combined to win their first doubles match.
Lancaster Catholic 3, York Catholic 2: At Penn State, the Irishman (8-2) took a back-to-back singles win from Sidney Roberts and also took a doubles victory from Anna Cartwright and Natalie Duran but dropped the out-of-league competition for the Crusaders.
Bermudian Springs 4, James Buchanan 1: At York Springs, the Eagles (6-7) took singles victories from Amelia Peters, Amelia Geringer and Molly Carrum to help them take out the league win.
Football for boys
York Catholic 1, Fairfield 0: At York Catholics, Johnny Kilshaw’s 23:15 goal gave the Irish first an early lead en route to a home win in the Third Division. Kayden Makris added an assist on goal. The Irish (7-0-1, 5-0) Green Knights (1-7, 0-6) held only one shot on target in the match. Tyler Mumbauer made four stops at Fairfield.
Littlestown 2, James Buchanan 1: In Littlestown, Dylan Smeak broke the 1-1 tie, finding the net at 4:00 in overtime to secure the Thunderbolts’ out-of-the-league win (4-4-1). Teammate Dempsey Miller scored an early goal in the second half.
football for girls
West York 3, Dover 1: In West York, Hannah Kusmiak scored two goals to lead the Bulldogs to a Division II victory at home. Tiegan Paragon also scored for the Bulldogs (7-1, 5-1). Dover dropped to 3-3 in the division and 3-6 overall.
Dillon Catholic 2, Biggerville 2 (OT): At Biglerville, neither team broke the deadlock in overtime and both teams earned one point in the Division III standings. For the Squirettes, Maddie O’Brien and teammate Fina Mochi both scored and assisted Squirrettes (6-2-1, 4-1-1). Briley Rodgers scored two goals for the Kanners (5-5-1, 4-2-1).
Dalstown 3, Downtown York 1
Fairfield 6, York Catholic 2
New Oxford 1, Spring Grove 0
Dillon Catholic 2, Dover 1: At Dover, Squires scored two late-term unanswered goals to seal the undivided victory. Piper Rohrbow and his colleague Taylor Noel each scored one goal for Dillon Catholic (3-4). Kayleigh Polizzoto scored the only goal for the Eagles (0-6).
Bishop MacDevitt 5, Biggerville 1: At Bishop McDevitt, the Canners trailed 4-1 in half and continued to drop the competition out of the league. Ava Peterson scored the only goal for the Canners (5-5-1).
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