TRACK & FIELD

Susquehannock boys 77,

Gettysburg 73

Gettysburg girls 78,

Susquehannock 72

Gettysburg and Susquehannock locked horns in a YAIAA meet on Tuesday that saw both the boys’ and girls’ competitions decided by just a handful of points.

Gettysburg’s girls prevailed in part by notching wins in 10 events. Anne Bair was tops in the 800 and 1600 runs, and also ran on the winning 1600 relay squad.

Kelty Oaster took first in the 400, joining teammates Lora Bertram (300 hurdles), Lily Natter (long jump) and Megan Yingling (3200) with victories.

Gettysburg’s boys fell just short despite wins in the 200 (23.7) and 400 (51.4) by Noah Sanders. Michael Riggs (300 hurdles), Jaden Palmer (100), Andrew Hirneisen (1600) and Juan Neri (discus) were among the Warriors to post victories.

BOYS

3200 relay: 1. Susquehannock 9:01.7; 110 hurdles: 1. Immel (S) 18.4, 2. Boudreau (G) 19.2; 100: 1. Palmer (G) 11.6, 2. Sanders (G) 11.6; 1600: 1. Hirneisen (G) 4:45.0, 2. Cole (G) 4:54.8; 400 relay: 1. Susquehannock 46.5; 400: 1. Sanders (G) 51.4, 3. Turner (G) 59.3; 300 hurdles: 1. Riggs (G) 45.7; 800: 1. Vega (S) 2:07.9, 2. Hirneisen (G) 2:09.1, 3. Fluke (G) 2:13.4; 200: 1. Sanders (G) 23.7; 3200: 1. Cole (G) 10:50.6, 2. Arnold (G) 10:56.4; 1600 relay: 1. Susquehannock 3:41.2; Pole vault: 1. Boompong (S) 10-0, 3. Smith (G) 8-6; Long jump: 1. Rhyne (S) 18-6.5; High jump: 1. Copeland (G) 5-10, 2. Rhyne (G) 5-8; Triple jump: 1. Rhyne (S) 38-10; Shot put: 1. Achterberg (S) 41-0, 2. Neri (G) 38-0, 3. Bixler (G) 38-0; Discus: 1. Neri (G) 118-0, 2. Sanchez (G) 107-0; Javelin: 1. Brown (G) 128-0

GIRLS

3200 relay: 1. Gettysburg 10:49.3; 100 hurdles: 1. Bittner (S) 19.0, 2. Kelhi (G) 19.2, 3. Gebler (G) 19.4; 100: 1. Fahringer (S) 13.2, 2. Bertram (G) 13.2; 1600: 1. Bair (G) 5:50.3, 3. Crist (G) 6:00; 400 relay: 1. Susquehannock 54.1; 400: 1. Oaster (G) 1:01.3, 3. Shelton (G) 1:05.4; 300 hurdles: 1. Bertram (G) 49.5; 800: 1. Bair (G) 2:41.4, 3. McKinney (G) 2:47.0; 200: 1. Fahringer (S) 27.4, 2. Bertram (G) 28.4; 3200: 1. Yingling (G) 13:08.9; 1600 relay: 1. Gettysburg 4:20.7; Pole vault: 1. Rodgers (S) 7-9, 3. Yingling (G) 6-6; Long jump: 1. natter (G) 14-10, 2. Bortner (G) 14-5; High jump: 1. Wivell (G) 4-8, 2. Shelton (G) 4-4; Triple jump: 1. Bortner (G) 31-9; Shot put: 1. Brose (S) 25-8.5, 2. Luntz (G) 26-8; Discus: 1. Kellbaugh (S) 80-9, 2. Stover (G) 66-8, 3. Luntz (G) 65-9; Javelin: 1. Kellbaugh (S) 72-6, 3. Dean (G) 65-9

Littlestown boys 94,

Delone Catholic 51

Delone Catholic girls 134,

Littlestown 15

Delone and Littlestown split on Tuesday, with the Squirettes powering past the Thunderbolts in a big way on the girls’ side.

Becca Dolce heaved the shot put 34-3 and tossed the discus 99-1 to score a pair of wins. Brooke Lawyer claimed the 100 and 200 dashes and Bailey Wagaman was victorious in the long jump and high jump.

Lauren Trummer was also a double winner for Delone, taking care of things in the 100 hurdles (17.3) and triple jump (33-6).

Amber Segessenman prevented Delone from posting a sweep by winning the 300 hurdles in 51.9.

Dante Elliott and Derek Herr sparked the Littlestown boys to a win by combinig for five individual event victories. Elliott prevailed in the triple jump (41-3), long jump (19-5) and high jump (6-2) while Herr blazed to easy wins in the 110 hurdles (15.2) and 300 hurdles (43.3).

Isaac Almoney gave the Squires first-place points in the shot put and discus. Almoney tossed the discus 150-6.5 to win the event by more than 50 feet.

Delone’s Mason Clabaugh was unmatched in both the 100 and 200 dashes as well.

BOYS

3200 relay: 1. Delone Catholic 9:58.6; 110 hurdles: 1. Herr (L) 15.2, 2. Gremmes (L) 21.8, 3. Bedifer (L) 22.3; 100: 1. Clabaugh (DC) 11.8, 2. Kramer (L) 12.6, 3. Barker (L) 12.7; 1600: 1. Yingling (L) 5:41, 2. Lehigh (L) 5:46, 3. Denault (L) 6:05; 400 relay: 1. Littlestown 47.4; 400: 1. Boyd (L) 56.4, 2. Davis (L) 58.5, 3. Justice (L) 1:05.6; 300 hurdles: 1. Herr (L) 43.3, 2. Gremmes (L) 50.3, 3. Bedifer (L) 52.3; 800: 1. Staub (DC) 2:29, 2. Denault (L) 2:34, 3. Riedel (L) 2:34; 200: 1. Clabaugh (DC) 23.9, 2. Knobloch (DC) 24.7, 3. Daugherty (L) 25.6; 3200: 1. Lehigh (L) 12:21, 2. Yingling (L) 13:13, 3. Shank (L) 15:21; 1600 relay: 1. Littlestown 3:51.6; Javelin: 1. Reynolds (L) 140-0, 2. Landsman (DC) 116-0, 3. Groft (DC) 114-5; Shot put: 1. Almoney (DC) 46-8, 2. Morey (L) 42-4, 3. Barnes (L) 35-10.5; Discus: 1. Almoney (DC) 150-6.5, 2. Barnes (L) 94-5, 3. Morey (L) 92-5; Triple jump: 1. Elliott (L) 41-3, 2. Weishaar (L) 39-5, 3. Kopp (DC) 35-6; Long jump: 1. Elliott (L) 19-5, 2. O’Brien (DC) 17-9, 3. Weishaar (L) 17-5; High jump: 1. Elliott (L) 6-2, 2. Gazmen (L) 6-0; Pole vault: 1. Knobloch (DC) 10-7

GIRLS

3200 relay: 1. Delone Catholic 11:20.5; 100 hurdles: 1. Trummer (DC) 17.3, 2. Jacoby (DC) 17.7, 3. Schneider (L) 20.6; 100: 1. Lawyer (DC) 12.9, 2. J. Malesky (DC) 13.9, 2. E. Malesky (DC) 14.4; 1600: 1. Fields (DC) 6:28, 2. Speakman (DC) 6:41, 3. Yingling (L) 7:07; 400 relay: 1. Delone Catholic 52.3; 400: 1. Clabaugh (DC) 1:01.8, 2. Hughes (DC) 1:07.7, 3. Watson (L) 1:09.6; 300 hurdles: 1. Segessenman (L) 51.9, 2. Jacoby (DC) 52.9, 3. Rogers (DC) 55.5; 800: 1. Hernandez (DC) 2:37, 2. Grirror (DC) 2:40; 200: 1. Lawyer (DC) 27.4, 2. McCann (DC) 28.5, 3. A. Vingsen (DC) 30.6; 3200: 1. O’Brien (DC) 12:56, 2. Lawrence (DC) 14:32, 3. Yingling (L) 15:45; 1600 relay: 1. Delone Catholic 4:27.5; Javelin: 1. Sieg (DC) 117-1, 2. Raville (DC) 108-10, 3. Dunbar (L) 81-2; Shot put: 1. Dolce (DC) 34-3, 2. Sieg (DC) 28-10, 3. not reported; Discus: 1. Dolce (DC) 99-1, 2. Raville (DC) 96-4, 3. Myers (DC) 81-1; Triple jump: 1. Trummer (DC) 33-6, 2. Segessenman (L) 30-2, 3. Mummert (DC) 27-3; long jump: 1. Wagaman (DC) 15-7, 2. D. Malesky (DC) 14-11, 3. Segessenman (L) 14-6; High jump: 1. Wagaman (DC) 5-0, 2. J. Malesky (DC) 4-10, 3. Miller (DC) 4-8; Pole vault: 1. D. Malesky (DC) 9-7, 2. E. Malesky (DC) 8-7, 3. Malesky (DC) 8-7

York Tech boys 97, Biglerville 44

Biglerville girls 86, York Tech 55

The Biglerville girls nearly swept the track events en route to scoring a win over the Spartans on Tuesday.

Faith Redding claimed the 100 and 200 dashes whiles teammates Bridget Rutkowski (1600), Yasmin Calderon (400), Erica King (300 hurdles), Destiny Clouser (800) and Sydney Trostel (3200) scored respective victories.

Delani Smith was tops in the long jump and pole vault, while Abi Glassmann won the triple jump by a half-inch over Tech’s Paige Gordon.

The Biglerville boys captured seven of nine places in the throwing events, with Tre Adams (shot put), Kalen Sharrah (discus) and Derek Tosten (javelin) posting wins.

Carter Tatara added a victory in the pole vault as well.

BOYS

110 hurdles: 1. Amparo (YT) 18.6, 3. Randoll (B) no time reported; 100: 1. Alford (YT) 11.6, 2. Kalen Sharrah (B) 12.2; 1600: 1. Corbitt (YT) 5:07.4; 400: 1. Foltz (YT) 56.1, 3. Hurda (B) time not reported; 300 hurdles: 1. Amparo (YT) 47.0, 3. Randoll (B) 50.9; 800: 1. Cwiklinski (YT) 2:12.1, 3. Tatara (B) 2:16.3; 200: 1. Alford (YT) 24.2, 3. Salazar (B) 25.7; 3200: 1. Rizzuto (YT) 11:27.6, 3. Guillen (B) 12:11; 3200 relay: 1. York Tech 9:04.1; 400 relay: 1. York Tech 47.4; 1600 relay: 1. York Tech 3:50.9; Long jump: 1. Lavallee (YT) 17-8, 2. Zullick (B) 17-7; Triple jump: 1. Lahr (YT) 35-8, 3. Griffie (B) 34-7; High jump: N/A; Pole vault: 1. Tatara (B0 11-6, 3. Zullick (B0 9-0; Shot put: 1. Adams (B) 40-9, 2. Sharrah (B) 38-7, 3. South (B0 35-5; Discus: 1. Sharrah (B) 140-3, 2. Adams (B) 123-10; Javelin: 1. Tosten (B) 144-4, 2. Randoll (B) 133-2

GIRLS

100 hurdles: 1. Gordon (YT) 18.4, 2. Smith (B) 19-7; 100: 1. Redding (B) 13.4; 1600: 1. Rutkowski (B) 6:28.8, 2. Trostel (B) 6:33.4; 400: 1. Calderon (B) 1:09.9, 2. Manzo (B) 1:13.0; 300 hurdles: 1. King (B) 55.6, 3. Herring (B) 1:03.5; 800: 1. Clouser (B) 2:51.0, 3. Padilla (B) 3:08.3; 200: 1. Redding (B) 27.6; 3200: 1. Trostel (B) 14:07.0, 3. Miller (B) no time reported; 3200 relay: 1. Biglerville 11:49.8; 400 relay: 1. Biglerville 55.4; 1600 relay: 1. Biglerville 5:51.7; Long jump: 1. Smith (B) 13-11.5; Triple jump: 1. Glassmann (B) 29-7.5; High jump: N/A; Pole vault: 1. Smith (B) 6-6; Shot put: 1. Kennedy (YT) 26-2, 3. Gutierrez (B) 23-9; Discus: 1. Mathias (YT0 85-6, 2. Gutierrez (B) 73-5; Javelin: 1. White (B) 95-3

Fairfield boys 91, Hanover 50

Fairfield girls 121, Hanover 25

The Green Knight girls flexed their muscles on Tuesday, winning 16 events in their meet against the Hawkettes.

Milly Heinbaugh picked up where she left off at Saturday’s Tim Cook Invitational, winning three more events. Heinbaugh was first in the 100 and 200 dashes as well as the long jump.

Honey Strosnider ran to wins in the 800 and 1600, while Zoe Logue took care of business in the 100 hurdles and triple jump.

Natalie Brown gave the Knights a win in the throws by heaving a 92-2 in the discus.

Hanover’s Mattie Heath prevented the first-place sweep by capuring wins in the javelin and shot put. Heath was also third in the discus.

Marcus Pruy and Travis Zimmerman led the charge for the Fairfield boys with two individual event wins apiece. Zimmerman won the shot put (48-11) and discus (113-10) while Pruy topped the field in both the triple jump (36-10.5) and long jump (17-5.25).

Chris Shafer won the 800 to key a Knight sweep and Gabriel Schubring was first to the finish in the 1600.

Malcolm Gerlach (110) and Zack Reck (300) scored wins in both hurdles events for Hanover.

BOYS

3200 relay: 1. Fairfield 9:35.5; 110 hurdles: 1. Gerlach (H) 17.5, 2. Reck (H) 17.8, 3. G. Stadler (F) 19.0; 100: 1. Jarosz (F) 12.0, 2. Romany (H) 12.0, 3. Sherman (F) 13.2; 1600: 1. Schubring (F) 5:14.2, 2. Hutton (H) 5:17.5, 3. Nawn (H) 5:20; 400: 1. P. Stadler (F) 57.6, 2. Kriby (H) 58.8, 3. Myers (H) 59.0; 300 hurdles: 1. Reck (H) 44.2, 2. Gerlach (H) 45.3, 3. G. Stadler (F) 46.8; 800: 1. Shaffer (F) 2:12.1, 2. Schubring (F) 2:22.7, 3. Sherman (F) 2:26.1; 200: 1. Pruy (F) 24.6, 2. Romany (H) 25.2, 3. P. Stadler (F) 25.9; 3200: 1. Hazlett (F) 11:29.9, 2. Nawn (H) 11:34.4, 3. Hutton (H) 11:55; 1600 relay: 1. Hanover 4:06.6; Javelin: 1. Whitcomb (F) 120-9, 2. Kirby (H) 110-4, 3. Lara (H) 106-8; Shot put: 1. Zimmerman (F) 48-11, 2. Gipe (F) 37-8, 3. Milliner (H) 35-4.5; Discus: 1. Zimmerman (F) 113-10, 2. Gipe (F) 93-9, 3. Yeager (F) 84-2; Triple jump: 1. Pruy (F) 36-10.5, 2. Harris (H) 30-9, 3. G. Stadler (F) 33-2.25; Long jump: 1. Pruy (F) 17-5.25, 2. Toscano (F) 16-5.5, 3. P. Stadler (F) 16-2; High jump: 1. G. Stadler (F) 5-4, 2. Reck (H) 5-4, 3. White (F) 5-2

GIRLS

3200 relay: 1. Fairfield 11:07.0; 100 hurdles: 1. Z. Logue (F) 16.8, 2. Sass (F) 20.1, 3. Topper (H) 21.3; 100: 1. Heinbaugh (F) 12.8, 2. Mathias (H) 14.7, T3. Farace (F) & Snyder (F) 14.7; 1600: 1. H. Strosnider (F) 6:06.5, 2. Dennison (F) 6:11.8, 3. DePalmer (H) 6:48.8; 400 relay: 1. Fairfield 58.1; 400: 1. R. Strosnider (F) 1:04.1, 2. Dennison (F) 1:09.1, 3. Reck (H) 1:14.5; 300 hurdles: 1. Martin (F) 57.6, 2. Sass (F) 1:00.5; 800: 1. H. Strosnider (F) 2:46.4, 2. Gray (H) 2:48.0, 3. Miller (F) 2:50.9; 200: 1. Heinbaugh (F) 26.5, 2. R. Strosnider (F) 28.9, 3. Miller (F) 30.7; 3200: 1. Dennison (F) 13:18, 2. DePalmer (H) 15:16, 3. Kline (F) 15:51; Javelin: 1. Heath (H) 73-6, 2. Longenecker (F) 67-4, 3. Miller (F) 66-6; Shot put: 1. Heath (H) 27-11, 2. Brown (F) 27-8, 3. Lynn (H) 20-0; Discus: 1. Brown (F) 92-2, 2. Crum (F) 86-2, 3. Heath (H) 79-11; Triple jump: 1. Z. Logue (F) 30-6, 2. Snyder (F) 28-2.5; Long jump: 1. Heinbaugh (F) 15-5, 2. Z. Logue (F) 14-5.5, 3. Snyder (F) 13-11; High jump: 1. Grams (F) 4-6, 2. Holmberg (F) 4-4; Pole vault: 1. Snyder (F) 7-0, 2. Farace (F) 6-0

BOYS’ TENNIS

New Oxford 5, Dover 0

Justin Gruver and Michael Pagnanelli delivered shutout wins in singles play as the Colonials clobbered the Eagles on Tuesday.

Isaac Farmer and Silas Mackey also posted a 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 1 doubles, with teammates Rohan Rashid and Aaron Wampler winning 6-1, 6-0 at No. 2.

Singles: 1. Justin Gruver (NO) d. Tennison Metz 6-0, 6-0; 2. Brian Klunk (NO) d. Jacob Becker 6-3, 6-2; 3. Michael Pagnanelli (NO) d. Dylan Shupe 6-0, 6-0

Doubles: 1. Isaac Farmer/Silas Mackey (NO) d. Tyler Vaden/Ian Miller 6-0, 6-0; 2. Rohan Rashid/Aaron Wampler (NO) d. Matthew Reimer/Jordan Shupe 6-1, 6-0

Delone Catholic 3,

Bermudian Springs 2

The Squires used a 3-0 sweep in singles action to turn back the Eagles on Tuesday.

Matt Steinberg and Paul Tily breezed to respective victories at No. 1 and No. 2, while Evan Brady went to tiebreaker in a third set to down Eagle Maverick Knowles. Brady prevailed 6-2, 4-6, 7-6(2).

Singles: 1. Matt Steinberg (DC) d. Brandt Yurick 7-5, 6-0; 2. Paul Tily (DC) d. Brett Laughman 6-4, 6-2; 3. Evan Brady (DC) d. Maverick Knowles 6-2, 4-6, 7-6(2)

Doubles: 1. Nathan Edmondson/Ryan Miller (BS) d. Jeremy Snyder/Parker Staub 6-4, 6-4; 2. Jarrett LoConte/Nathan Karom (BS) d. Ben Elsner/Jeremy Jiang 2-6, 6-0, 6-3

SOFTBALL

Gettysburg 31, William Penn 0

The Warriors wore out the basepaths in the opening inning of Tuesday’s game when they piled up a whopping 23 runs before three outs were recorded.

Rachel Keller and Riley Fitzgerald enjoyed big days at the dish as both Warriors went 2-for-3 with 4 RBI. Keller doubled and smacked a home run while Fitzgerald had a two-bagger in addition to a triple.

Jenna Brasee drove in three runs, with Emily Delacruz, Ella Andras and Makayla Shafer tallying two RBI apiece. Brasee and Abby Hurst posted three hits apiece.

Gettysburg (23)8 — 31 17 0

William Penn 0 0 — 0 0 11

Jenna Brasee and Rachel Keller, Jordan Schachle (2). Vega, Gonzalez (1) and Temple. WP: Brasee. LP: Vega. SO-BB: Brasee 4-2, Vega 1-2, Gonzalez 0-4. 2B: G-Riley Fitzgerald, Keller. 3B: G-Fitzgerald. HR: Keller

Delone Catholic 3, Kennard-Dale 2

Katie Ernst delivered a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning to push the Squirettes past the Rams on Tuesday.

Ernst cracked a solo home run in the fourth to finish off a 2-for-3 day at the plate.

Lauren Little was 2-for-3 and Maria Schussler doubled for Delone.

Maggie Rickrode finished with six scoreless innings from the circle to polish off a three-hitter.

Kennard-Dale 200 000 0 — 2 3 0

Delone Catholic 000 102 x — 3 7 0

WP: Maggie Rickrode. LP: Hurley. SO-BB: Hurley 6-0, Rickrode 6-3. 2B; KD-DeFranco; DC-Maria Schussler. HR: KD-McKeon; DC-Katie Ernst

BASEBALL

Kennard-Dale 13, Delone Catholic 3

The Rams racked up 21 hits in six innings to thwart the Squires on Tuesday.

Avery Kuntz was 2-for-4 while Kyle Denisch, Josh Sherdel and Jake Sherdel knocked in runs for Delone.

Kennard-Dale 420 500 — 13 21 2

Delone Catholic 000 000 — 3 8 0

Tracey. Denisch, Leonard (3), Kuntz (4). WP: Tracey, LP: Denisch. SO-BB: Tracey 4-4, Denisch 2-1, Leonard 1-0, Kuntz 1-1. 2B: KD-McCleary, Lowe, Meckley 2, Wiliams

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

New Oxford 13, Red Lion 5

Savannah Winpigler rifled home four goals to pace the Ox as it leveled the Lions on Tuesday.

Lauryn Beckner, Lauren Dubs and Hannah Zimmer zipped two goals apiece for the Colonials, who held a 7-1 lead the the break.

Red Lion 1 4 — 5

New Oxford 7 6 — 13

Goals: RL-Rainey, Edwards 3, Vazquez-Perez; NO-Beckner 2, Zimmer 2, Winpigler 4, Dubs 2, Grim, Waite, Sterner. Assists: RL-Fisher; NO-Cohee, Winpigler, Waite. Shots: RL-8; NO-21. Saves: RL-Watson 7; NO-Scott 1, Mann 1. JV: New Oxford 13, Red Lion 1

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Delone Catholic 13,

Eastern York 12 OT

The Squires unleashed the game-winner just 59 seconds into overtime on Tuesday.

Will Sweeney racked up five goals, with Dillon Kadis and Sam Meighan ripping two apiece and combining for five assists.

Kevin Mowrey laced three goals and Kadis had eight ground balls as well.

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

New Oxford 3, Dover 1

Matt Faust dealt 44 assists in helping the Colonials to a 25-20, 19-25, 25-15, 25-18 triumph over the Eagles on Tuesday.

Chase Nell and Thomas Haugh hammered home 10 kills apiece while Jaren Rex and Sergio Lua both delivered eight spikes.

Cameron Krebs came up with 16 digs to pace the defense and Faust finished with six service aces.

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