York suburban boys and Dallastown girls stay perfect in cross country

The York suburban boys and the Dallastown girls continued their undefeated cross-country season on Tuesday afternoon, each going 3-0 on the Dallastown course.

The Suburban Boys are now 9-0 overall. The Dallastown girls rose to 11-0 overall and 5-0 in the York-Adams I Division.

Cole Adams won the boys ‘race for Suburban in 17 minutes and 5 seconds, while Lydia Tolerico won the girls’ race for Dallastown in 21:03.

The Suburban boys took victories over Dallastown (22-34), Spring Grove (16-47) and Littlestown (16-47). Shea Walsh took second for Suburban, while Neal Destereich took third and Grant Kern took fifth. The boys from Dallastown took second, beating Spring Grove (15-49) and Littlestown (15-49). Jakob Rager was fourth for the Wildcats. The Rockets took third place for the boys, beating Littlestown (21-36).

Lydia Tolerico of Dallastown, seen here in a file photo, won Tuesday's women's cross country race at Dallastown in 21 minutes and 3 seconds.

On the girls’ side, the Wildcats picked up team wins over York Suburban (15-49), Spring Grove (17-46) and Littlestown (15-50). Kailey Granger took second for Dallastown, while Victoria Rodriguez took third and Mae Treml took fifth. The Trojans finished second, beating Spring Grove (20-43) and Littlestown (15-50). The Rockets came in third, beating Littlestown (15-50). Charlee Kurtz led the Rockets with a fourth place finish. The Thunderbolts were fourth.


Lions win the team competition: In Manchester, the Red Lion Lions won the team competition, beating Northeastern (26-29), Delone Catholic (18-41), York Tech (15-50) and Biglerville (15-50). Red Lion improved to 8-2 overall. River Van Wicklen led the Lions in taking second place, while teammate Parker Keizer took third. The Bobcats took second, beating Biglerville (15-50), York Tech (15-50) and Delone (21-38). Cole Perry led the Bobcats to take first place in 16:46. Also for Northeastern, Griffin Reidler took fourth place, while Wyatt Peeling took fifth place. The Squires took third place, beating York Tech (15-50) and Biglerville (17-46). The Spartans finished fourth, beating Biglerville (25-30).


Treglia leads the Bobcats to number one: In Manchester, Bella Treglia took first place in 21:09 to lead the Northeast Bobcats to tag team wins over Red Lion (19-40), Biglerville (15-50), York Tech (15-50) and Delone Catholic (15-50). The northeast improved to 9-1 overall. Also for Northeastern, Haylie Kurrilla was third, Riley Bell fourth and Marissa Pritchett fifth. The Lions finished second, defeating Biglerville (15-50), York Tech (15-50) and Delone (17-40). Sophia Breschi led the Lions finishing second. The Squirettes finished third, beating York Tech (15-50) and Biglerville (15-50). The Spartans and Canners lost to each other.


Dallastown 4, York High 0: Zander Leik extended his scoring streak to six straight games for the Wildcats. He has nine goals this season. Kaden Kashner, Owen Peri and Mitch Litke also scored for the Wildcats, who improved to 7-1 overall and 5-1 in York-Adams Division I.


Delone Catholic 10, Hanover 1: At McSherrystown, Maddie O’Brien led the Squirettes to York-Adams Division III victory by scoring three goals. Also for Delone, Amy Rupp scored two goals and added two assists, while Fina Mochi scored two goals and added an assist.


Susquehannock returns to a familiar place: At Briarwood, after suffering his first York-Adams Division II loss on Monday, Susquehannock returned to his familiar first-place perch on Tuesday. The Warriors finished with a total of 314, 18 shots better than second-placed Suburban. West York and Dover each shot 341, followed by Eastern York at 357, Kennard-Dale at 362 and Gettysburg at 369. Andrew Ekstrom of Suburban was the individual medalist at 74. The 80 were also broken by Ryan Thomas (74 ) of Susquehannock, Sam Elsen of Susquehannock (76), Lilly McNally of West York (76), Trevor Snyder of Dover (77), Ethan Nickel of Eastern York (78) and Bradin Peart of Littlestown (78). Susquehannock leads the division with 35-1, while Suburban is second at 31-5.

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