HOLT

Littlestown’s Nate Holt rushes for a touchdown during Friday night’s YAIAA-3 game against visiting York Tech. The Thunderbolts shut out the Spartans, 35-0, on Homecoming night.

FOOTBALL

Kennard-Dale 17, New Oxford 7

The Rams won a battle of teams entering Friday’s fray with 4-1 record by limiting the Colonials to just seven points.

Kennard-Dale scored first when Jacob Copenhaver hooked up with Jed Peters on an 81-yard touchdown pass to make it 7-0. The Colonials answered in the second quarter on a 2-yard TD burst by Brittyn Eakins.

The hosts assumed a 14-7 halftime lead thanks to Micah Partee’s 39-yard bolt to the end zone. The Rams tacked on three more points with a late 27-yard field goal by Dylan Jones to set the final score.

The Colonials slip to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in YAIAA-2 play, while the Rams move to 5-1 overall and 2-0 against division competition. Gettysburg (4-2) moves atop the Y-2 standings at 3-0. The Warriors and Rams meet next Friday in Gettysburg while New Oxford hosts York Suburban.

Littlestown 35, York Tech 0

The Thunderbolts broke into the win column in a big way on Friday, blanking the visiting Spartans on Homecoming night. Littlestown (1-5, 1-2 YAIAA-3) looks to make it two straight wins next Friday when it hosts Hanover.

Tech (0-5, 0-2 Y-3) hosts Biglerville next Saturday in a matchup of teams seeking their first win of the season.

Central York 60, South Western 0

The high-flying Panthers piled up 60 points over the first three quarters of Friday’s YAIAA-1 contest. Central improves to 5-0 overall and 2-0 within the division.

The Mustangs, who opened the season at 3-0, slip to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in YAIAA-1 play.

South Western travels to face Northeastern next Friday.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

New Oxford 5, Exeter Twp. 0

The Colonials closed out their regular season schedule in resounding fashion on Thursday, blanking the Eagles in a non-league matchup. The shutout was the 13th of the season for New Oxford, and its 10th consecutive blanking since a 4-1 win over Central York in early September.

Anya Rosenbach sailed to a 6-3, 6-1 win at No. 1 singles and Allison Horick did the same at No. 2, winning 6-2, 6-1. Kaelyn Balko put in some work in downing Saishree Mupparaju at third singles, winning 6-4, 6-4.

Both Ox doubles tandems — Alex Wolf/Joslyn Loss and Kylie Wampler/Annie Socks — rolled to straight-set wins.

New Oxford improved to 15-1 and currently sits seventh in the District 3 Class 3A power rankings.

Singles: 1. Anya Rosenbach (NO) d. Anya Whitman 6-3, 6-1; 2. Allison Horick (NO) d. Hansika Kunduru 6-2, 6-1; 3. Kaelyn Balko (NO) d. Saishree Mupparaju 6-4, 6-4

Doubles: 1. Alex Wolf/Joslyn Loss (NO) d. Julia Wentling/Cece Wright 6-2, 6-0; 2. Kylie Wampler/Annie Socks (NO) d. Val Thompson/Avery Burke 6-1, 6-0

GIRLS’ SOCCER

York Catholic 7, Littlestown 0

Sydney Mentzer notched a first-half hat trick to send the Irish on their way past the Bolts on Thursday.

Littlestown 0 0 — 0

York Catholic 5 2 — 7

Goals: YC-Mentzer 3, Folkerts, Armstrong, Hernandez, Gaito. Shots: L-5; YC-21. Corners: L-2; YC-10. Saves: L-Abby Moroz 14; YC-Gilden 5

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