SOFTBALL

Bermudian Springs 12,

Delone Catholic 9

Abigail Hursh smacked an inside-the-park home run to highlight the Eagles’ home win over the Squirettes on Tuesday.

Hursh went 2-for-5 and finished with three RBI.

Maya Kemper worked the first five innings from the circle, striking out three and walking three. Tori Murren closed out the the final two frames, limiting Delone to a pair of runs.

Katie Ernst went 3-for-4 and Kylie Funkhouser singled twice for the Squirettes.

Delone Catholic 231 010 2 — 9 7 0

Bermudian Springs 300 027 x — 12 7 2

Rickrode and Ernst. Maya Kemper, Tori Murren (6) and Amy Sheeley, Olivia Prosser. WP: Murren. LP: Rickrode. SO-BB: Rickrode 4-10, Kemper 3-3, Murren 0-3. HR: BS-Abigail Hursh

Gettysburg 15, York Tech 0

Jenna Brasee no-hit the Spartans in Tuesday’s four-inning rout, piling up 10 strikeouts in the process.

Brasee helped her own cause at the plate by driving in three runs.

Warrior catcher Rachel Keller went 3-for-3 with a double and five RBI, and Faith Boone finished with three RBI and a triple.

Hayley Cisney, Ella Andras and Abby Hurst collected two hits apiece for the winners.

York Tech 000 0 — 0 0 3

Gettysburg 344 4 — 15 13 3

Shue and Rajote. Jenna Brasee and Rachel Keller. WP: Brasee. LP: Shue. SO-BB: Shue 1-2, Brasee 10-3. 2B: G-Brasee, Faith Boone, Keller. 3B: G-Kaelyn Blocher.

BASEBALL

Gettysburg 2, Central York 0

Alex Meckley drilled a two-run double in the top of the seventh inning to break a scoreless deadlock and give the Warriors a road win on Tuesday.

Meckley’s clutch hit scored Jacob Heflin and Josh Topper with the game’s lone runs. Meckley also singled in the win.

Topper and Zach Ketterman combined on a six-hit shutout for Gettysburg. Topper went four innings to start things off, fanning three without walking a batter.

Ketterman, who got the win, allowed only two hits and did not walk a batter during his three frames of work.

Gettysburg 000 000 2 — 2 5 2

Central York 000 000 0 — 0 6 1

Josh Topper, Zach Ketterman (5) and Dylan Ed. Livingston, Marquad (7). WP: Ketterman. LP: Marquad. SO-BB: Topper 3-0, Ketterman 1-0, Livingston 7-2, Marquad 2-0. 2B: G-Alex Meckley.

TRACK & FIELD

New Oxford boys 93, Dover 53

Dover girls 85, New Oxford 56

A year after claiming the YAIAA 1 track and field team championship, New Oxford started its quest for a Division 2 title by taking 12 of 18 first places at home against Dover on Tuesday.

The distance crew got off to a strong start, as Owen Kreeger picked up a victory in the 1,600 (4:52) and Dawaun and Tayshawn Golden clocked in a tenth of a second apart in the 800 with times of 2:16.5 and 2:16.6 respectively for first and second. All three were on the 3,200 relay that won to start the meet with a time of 9:28.07.

Abdul Janneh picked up a pair of victories in the triple jump (41-8) and the long jump (18-11.5). The Colonials also swept firsts in the throws with Brennan Romanoff (153-11, jav), Hayden Milhimes (40-7, shot) and Zander Stambaugh (117-1, disc) picking up the wins.

The New Oxford girls couldn’t grab a W on the track, but Chloe Pennings picked one up in the high jump (4-6). The Colonials dominated the pole vault and won 16-11 in the throws. Lilly Anderson won the jav (92-10) and Jenna Coover took the discus (84-2).

BOYS

3200 relay: 1. New Oxford (Kreeger, T. Golden, D. Golden, Hagerman) 9:28.01; 110 hurdles: 1. Alex (D) 17.4, 2. Speelman (NO) 17.4, 3. Green (NO) 19.3; 100: 1. Becker (NO) 11.44, 3. Withrow (NO) 11.85; 1600: 1. Kreeger (NO) 4:52, 3. Rollerson (NO) 4:59; 400 relay: 1. Dover 47.43; 400: 1. Strausbaugh (NO) 53.53, 2. Aguilar (NO) 55.02; 300 hurdles: 1. Lacky (D) 45.4, 2. Speelman (NO) 46.5; 800: 1. D. Golden (NO) 2:16.5, 2. T. Golden (NO) 2:16.6; 200: 1. Howard (D) 24.6, 3. Sanford (NO) 24.9; 3200: 1. Rackley (D) 10:27.46, 2. Plotica (NO) 10:50.87, 3. Rollerson (NO) 11:04.65; 1600 relay: 1. New Oxford (Leese, Aguilar, Becker, Strausbaugh) 3:45.6; Long jump: 1. Janneh (NO) 41-8, 3. Benton (NO) 33-9.5; Triple jump: 1. Janneh (NO) 18-11.5, 2. Werick (NO) 17-9, 3. Leese (NO) 16-9; High jump: 1. Johnson (D) 5-2; Pole vault: 1. Uhler (NO) 9-6, 2. Romanoff (NO) 8-0; Javelin: 1. Romanoff (NO) 153-11, 3. Rolle (NO) 138-8; Shot put: 1. Milhimes (NO) 40-7, 2. Rolle (NO) 40-6.25; Discus: 1. Stambaugh (NO) 117-1, 3. Wheeler (NO) 101-3

GIRLS

3200 relay: 1. Dover 11:08.15, 100 hurdles: 1. White (D) 16.84, 2. Bankert (NO) 18.22, 3. Cole (NO) 18.57; 100: 1. Mulder (D) 13.1; 1600: 1. Hogan (D) 5:38.3, 3. Flickinger (NO) 6:09.9; 400 relay: DQ; 400: 1. Goebeler (D) 1:07.9, 3. Crider (NO) 1:08.8; 300 hurdles: 1. White (D) 52.2, 2. Bankert (NO) 55.8, 3. Cole (NO) 56.3; 800: 1. Hogan (D) 2:40, 2. Kraus (NO) 2:45.6; 200: 1. Mulder (D) 28.7, 2. Bahou (NO) 29.6; 3200: 1. Hogan (D) 12:02.06; Pfisterer (NO) 13:25.5; 1600 relay: 1. Dover 4:43.52; Long jump: 1. White (D) 14-4.5, 2. Pennings (NO) 13-3, 3. Vargas (NO) 12-2; Triple jump: 1. White (D) 34-8, 2. Pennings (NO) 29-2; High jump: 1. Pennings (NO) 4-6; Pole vault: 1. Vargas (NO) 7-0, 2. Cole (NO) 6-6, 3. Lawyer (NO) 6-6; Javelin: 1. Anderson (NO) 92-10, 3. Malinowski (NO) 74-6; Shot put: 1. Felston (D) 30-3, 2. Slusser (NO) 26-0, 3. Boatler (NO) 22-9; Discus: 1. Coover (NO) 84-2, 3. Stockman (NO) 74-6

York Tech boys 111,

Delone Catholic 29

Delone Catholic girls 143,

York Tech 7

The Squirettes claimed wins in every event, and nearly shut out the Spartans, in their YAIAA meet on Tuesday.

Lauren Trummer (100 hurdles, triple jump), Julia O’Brien (1600, 3200), Bailey Wagaman (long jump, high jump) and Becca Dolce (shot put, discus) won two individual events apiece.

Maddie Clabaugh was first in the 800 and also ran lead legs for the victorious 400 and 1600 relay squads.

Mason Clabaugh sprinted to wins in the 100 and 200 dashes for the Delone boys’ team, and Isaac Almoney uncorked a throw of 157-1 to win the discus. Almoney’s throw is a foot off the school record.

AJ Knobloch also delivered a win in the pole vault with a height of 10-0.

BOYS

3200 relay: 1. York Tech 10:21.5; 100: 1. Mason Clabaugh (DC) 11.6; 1600: 1. Corbitt (YT) 5:12.7; 400 relay: 1. York Tech 47.6; 400: 1. Foltz (YT) 56.4, 3. Easton Biggins (DC) 59.6; 300 hurdles: 1. Amparo (YT) 47.3; 800: 1. Cwiklinski (YT) 2:10.9; 200: 1. Clabaugh (DC) 23.6, 3. AJ Knobloch (DC); 3200: 1. Kline (YT) 11:41.8; 1600 relay: 1. York Tech 3:52.4; Javelin: 1. Karpulk (YT) 115-2, 3. Joe Landsman (DC) 111-7; Shot put: 1. Casper (YT) 51-7, 2. Isaac Almoney (DC) 45-7; Discus: 1. Almoney (DC) 157-1; Triple jump: 1. Lahr (YT) 36-10, 2. Trenton Kopp (DC) 35-4; Long jump: 1. Lavalle (YT) 19-2; High jump: no contest; Pole vault: 1. Knobloch (DC) 10-0

GIRLS

3200 relay: 1. Delone Catholic (Hughes, Girrior, Snyder, Hernandez) 11:49.9; 100 hurdles: 1. Lauren Trummer (DC) 16.7, 2. Abby Jacoby (DC) 17.4; 100: 1. Brooke Lawyer (DC) 12.8, 2. Maddie Clabaugh (DC) 13.0, 3. Emily Malesky (DC) 14.0; 1600: 1. Julia O’Brien (DC) 6:05.7, 2. Annabelle Biggins (DC) 6:22.9, 3. Abbi Fields (DC) 6:35.1; 400 relay: 1. Delone Catholic (Clabaugh, Lawyer, D. Maleski, J. Malesky) 51.9; 400: 1. Maggie Wells (DC) 1:06.7, 2. Emily McCann (DC) 1:09.1, 3. Maya Bunch (DC) 1:09.4; 300 hurdles: 1. Jacoby (DC) 52.1, 3. Lucy Rogers (DC) 55.9; 800: 1. Clabaugh (DC) 2:29.1, 2. Hernandez (DC) 2:49.7, 3. Zoe Sanchez (DC) 3:00.6; 200: 1. McCann (DC) 28.7, 2. Hughes (DC) 30.2, 3. Abigael Vingsen (DC) 30.3; 3200: 1. O’Brien (DC) 13:53.3, 2. Maggie Lawrence (DC) 14:36.2, 3. Olivia Speakman (DC) 14:42.7; 1600 relay: 1. Delone Catholic (Clabaugh, Girrior, Wells, Lawyer) 4:32.9; Javelin: 1. Maddie Sieg (DC) 113-3, 2. Molly Raville (DC) 109-0; Shot put: 1. Becca Dolce (DC) 34-3, 2. Sieg (DC) 27-8; Discus: 1. Dolce (DC) 85-11, 2. Raville (DC) 84-9; Triple jump: 1. Trummer (DC) 34-7, 2. Julianna Malesky (DC) 32-4, 3. D. Malesky (DC) 31-8; Long jump: 1. Bailey Wagaman (DC) 5-1, 2. J. Malesky (DC) 4-10, 3. Emily Miller (DC) 4-6; Pole vault: 1. D. Malesky (DC) 10-0; 2. J. Malesky (DC) 8-6, 3. Emily Malesky (DC) 8-0

Gettysburg girls 111, West York 39

Gettysburg boys 75, West York 74

The Gettysburg girls took first in 16 of 18 events and the boys squeaked by with a 1600 relay victory to sweep West York on Tuesday.

Lora Bertram won both the 100 dash (13.1) and 300 hurdles (50.8). Karli Bortner won the triple jump (33-60 and long jump (14-5) and the Warrior girls swept the relays on the road.

The Gettysburg boys only picked up seven wins in 18 events, but benefited from taking the 3200 and 1600 relays. Andrew Hirneisen was part of the longest relay and also won the 800 with a time of 2:10.6. Cole Boudreau’s 17.9 second performance in the 110 hurdles led a sweep in the category. Mike Riggs won the 300 hurdles with a time of 47.8 seconds.

GIRLS

3200 relay: 1. Gettysburg (Kelty Oaster, Rachel McKinney, Autumn Oaster, Anne Bair) 13:01; 100 hurdles: 1. Gross (WY) 17.1, 2. Danielle G (G) 17.8, 3. Sarah Kiehl (G) 18.5; 100: 1. Laura Bertram (G) 13.1; 2. Gasque (WY) 13.7, 3. Zaya Phillis (G) 14.0; 1600: 1. Bair (G) 5:53, 2. Mauren Crest (G) 6:06.1, 3. Jordyn Browning (G) 6:24.1; 400 relay: 1. Gettysburg (Phillis, C. Stoner, Bertram, Karly Wivell) 55.9; 400: 1. Sidney Shelton (G) 1:05.8, 3. A. Oaster (G) 1:09.1; 300 hurdles: 1. Bertram (G) 50.8, 3. Karli Bortner (G) 55.7; 800: 1. K. Oaster (G) 2:37.5, 2. McKinney (G) 25.1, Crest (G) 2:54.1; 200: 1. Gasque (WY) 28.8, Saltzgiver (WY)29.0; 3. Shelton (G) 29.4; 3200: 1. Megan Yingling (G) 13:55.2; Bales (G) 14:05; 1600 relay: 1. Gettysburg (no names listed) 4:31.5; Pole vault: 1. 1. Maddie Yingling (G) 7-0, 2. Bortner (G) 6-6; Triple jump: 1. Bortner (G) 33-6, 2. Carly Eckhart (G) 27-9.5; High jump: 1. Katie Wivell (G) 4-6, 2. Eckhart (G) 4-6, 3. Wivell 4-6; Long jump: 1. Bortner (G) 14-5; Javelin: 1. Sam Shafer (G) 95-5, 3. Kaya Vail (G); Shot put: 1. Molly Stover (G) 26-1, 3. Lexy Luntz (G) 24-3.75; Discus: 1. Vail (G) 73-4.

BOYS

3200 relay: 1. Gettysburg (Andrew Heirneisen, Drew Cole, Dustin Fluke and no name listed) 8:53.7; 110 hurdles: 1. Cole Boudreau (G) 17.9; 2. Jaden Santoyo (G)18.2; 3. Mike Riggs (G) 18.3; 100: 1. Kauffman (WY) 11.1; 2. Jaden Palmer (G) 11.5; 3. Noah Sanders (G) 11.7; 1600: 1. Ackerman (WY) 4:55.9; 2. Cole (G) 4:56.9, 3. Hirneisen (G) 5:00.4; 400 relay: West York 45.6; 400: 1. Noah Sanders (G) 52.8; 300 hurdles: 1. Riggs (G) 47.8, 2. Bordeau (G) 49.0, 3. Santoyo (G) 49.6; 800: 1. Heirneisen (G) 2:10.6, 3. Cole (G) 2:19.9; 200: 1. Kauffman (WY) 23.1, 2. Sanders (G) 23.8, 3. Palmer (G) 24.3; 3200: 1. Ackerman (WY) 10:53.3, 2. Sam D. (G) 11:22.4, 3. Fluke (G) 11:23.4; 1600 relay: Gettysburg (no names listed) 3:49.4; Pole vault: 1. Colin Smith (G) 8-6, 2. Brett Keller (G) 8-6; Triple jump: 1. Franklin (WY) 39-2; High jump: 1. Lamana (WY) 6-3, 2. Quadir Copeland (G) 5-10; Long jump: 1. Lamana (WY) 19-1.75; Javelin: 1. Dejesus (WY) 139-0, 3. Jared Townsend 114-0; Shot put: 1. Snyder (WY) 37-7.25, 2. Juan Neri (G) 36-6, 3. Cory Bixler (G) 36-5.25; Discus: 1. Snyder (WY) 141-9, 2. Neri (G) 115-6.

South Western boys 87,

Central York 63

South Western girls 111,

Central York 39

Dustin Edwards scored three individual event wins and the Mustang girls nearly swept the field events in Tuesday’s meet against the Panthers.

Edwards won the 110 hurdles (16.2), 300 hurdles (43.6) and high jump (5-10). Tim Shoul ran a 5:00.6 to win the 1600 and Jack McBride cleared 11-6 to top the field in the pole vault.

Zaiah Marshall (long jump, triple jump) and Alyssa Stelpar (shot put, discus) led the charge in the field for the South Western girls, who also picked up wins from Taylor Geiman in the javelin and Maddie Lehker in the high jump.

Sarah Forry bested the field in the 1600 and 3200 runs as well.

BOYS

3200 relay: 1. Central York 8:55.3; 110 hurdles: 1. Dustin Edwards (SW) 16.2; 100: 1. Jalen Bradford (SW) 11.5; 1600: 1. Tim Shoul (SW) 5:00.6; 400 relay: 1. Central York 46.8; 400: 1. Tsirigas (CY) 55.8, 2. Eric-David Celaya (SW) 56.1, 3. Jonah Friel (SW) 57.0; 300 hurdles: 1. Edwards (SW) 43.6, 2. Sam Ensor (SW) 43.9; 800: 1. Harris (CY) 2:06.1, 2. Connor Miller (SW) 2:08; 200: 1. Chris Lesher (SW) 24.0; 3200: 1. AJ Wiles (SW) 11:28.5, 2. Shoul (SW) 11:30, 3. Evan Friel (SW) 11:37.4; 1600 relay: 1. South Western (Celaya, Edwards, Miller, Lesher) 3:47.6; Shot put: 1. Bender (CY) 43-1.5, 2. Charles Gaither (SW) 41-2.5, 3. Steven Morgan (SW) 35-9; Discus: 1. Gaither (SW) 99-3, 3. Rheed Schmelyun (SW) 97-7; Javelin: 1. Bender (CY) 126-9, 2. Matt Feeser (SW) 117-1, 3. Schmelyun (SW) 107-11; Long jump: 1. Bell (CY) 19-9.75, 2. Tyler Higdon (SW) 19-1; Triple jump: 1. Bell (CY) 39-8.25, 2. Dimarco Brooks (SW) 37-9.5; High jump: 1. Edwards (SW) 5-10, 2. Jaiden Kristy (SW) 5-8, 3. Zach Derry (SW) 5-4; Pole vault: 1. Jack McBride (SW) 11-6, 2. Jake Zinkand (SW) 9-6, T3. Jusitn Stebick (SW) & Higdon (SW) 9-0

GIRLS

3200 relay: 1. South Western (Kayla Leppo, Alyssa Bentzel, Sarah Forry, Bella Gilberto) 11:24.8; 100 hurdles: 1. Crane (CY) 16.9, 3. Kayla Brooks (SW) 17.6; 100: 1. Zaiah Marshall (SW0 12.8, 2. Anna Simpson (SW) 13.3; 1600: 1. Forry (SW) 5:56.1, 3. Bentzel (SW) 6:13.8; 400 relay: 1. South Western (Leppo, Simpson, Brooks, Marshall) 51.9; 400: 1. Ashlin Martz (SW) 1:07.6, 2. McKenna Feeser (SW) 1:08.5; 300 hurdles: 1. Crane (CY) 51.8, 3. Leppo (SW) 54.1; 800: 1. Gilberto (SW) 2:36.3; 200: 1. Simmons (CY) 29.9, 2. Feeser (SW) 30.2; 3200: 1. Forry (SW) 12:51.1, 2. Bentzel (SW) 13:17.8; 1600 relay: 1. South Western (Leppo, Taylor Geiman, Maddie Lehker, Martz) 4:36.2; Shot put: 1. Alyssa Stelpar (SW) 35-5, 2. Megan Wolf (SW) 30-9.75, 3. Kyleigh Eyler (SW) 28-6; Discus: 1. Stelpar (SW) 97-9, 2. Wolf (SW) 91-0; Javelin: 1. Geiman (SW) 101-3, 2. Wolf (SW) 94-8, 3. Amanda Olson (SW) 80-3; Long jump: 1. Marshall (SW) 16-10, 2. Simpson (SW) 14-4.5, 3. Lehker (SW) 13-10; Triple jump: 1. Marshall (SW) 36-10.5, 2. Brooks (SW) 33-7.5, 3. Lehker (SW) 31-10; High jump: 1. Lehker (SW) 5-1, Brooks (SW) 5-0; 3. Geiman (SW) 4-8; Pole vault: 1. Thorne (CY) 10-0, 2. Simpson (SW) 9-6

BOYS’ TENNIS

Bermudian Springs 5,

York Catholic 0

It was all Eagles on Tuesday, when Berm blanked York Catholic in YAIAA action.

Brandt Yurick, Brett Laughman and Maverick Knowles rolled to wins in singles action while the Eagle doubles tandems dropped a combined one game. Ryan Miller and Nathan Edmondson did the honors at No. 1 with Nathan Karom and Jarrett LoConte taking care of business at No. 2.

Singles: 1. Brandt Yurick (BS) d. Ethan Underwood 6-1, 6-3; 2. Brett Laughman (BS) d. Nate Gingerich 6-1, 6-2; 3. Maverick Knowles (BS) d. Joe Zelis 6-0, 6-0

Doubles: 1. Ryan Miller/Nathan Edmondson (BS) d. John Marinelli/dom Marinelli 6-0, 6-0; 2. Nathan Karom/Jarrett LoConte (BS) d. Joe Gaito/Matt Doyle 6-0, 6-1

West York 4, Biglerville 1

Michael Reyo and Carlos Castillo combined for a 6-2, 6-0 triumph at No. 1 doubles to put the Canners on the board in Tuesday’s loss to the Bulldogs.

Noah Mattson opened with a win at No. 2 singles before West York’s Jack Citrone rallied to claim the final two sets 6-2, 6-1.

Singles: 1. Augie Citrone (WY) d. Aaron Orndorff 6-2, 6-0; 2. Jack Citrone (WY) d. Noah Mattson 5-7, 6-2, 6-1; 3. Jacob Landis (WY) d. Jorge Cervantes 7-6 (8-6), 6-3

Doubles: 1. Michael Reyo/Carlos Castillo (B) d. Matt Fuentes/Jaydon Vu 6-2, 6-0; 2. Jake Altimore/Brendan Guy (WY) d. Scott Stanko/Thomas Groft 6-2, 6-1

Dallastown 5, South Western 0

The Wildcats took care of the Mustangs in short order on Monday, cruising to straight-set wins in all five matches.

Singles: 1. Holden Koons (D) d. Derek Cracium 6-0, 6-0; 2. Jack Lynam (D) d. Alex Guy 6-2, 6-3; 3. Noah May (D) d. Ryan Hanson 6-4, 6-0

Doubles: 1. Aryan Saharan/Cameron Koons (D) d. Mason Neiderer/Adeel Latif 6-1, 6-0; 2. Vincent Villani/Dylan Patel (D) d. Logan Schuman/Jerod Helms 6-0, 6-0

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