The opening day for spring sports for YAIAA teams did not disappoint as the athletes took the field and court for the first time this season.
From a no-hitter to a 10 goal and seven assist performance, many athletes across the league showed no signs of rust and put on mid-season performances.
In Eastern York's 12-0 road win over Columbia, Colby Shimmel stuck out as the top performance of the day as he put on a show from the mound in a no-hitter performance.
Shimmel gave his defense the night off as he recorded all 15 outs in the mercy-rule reduced game by strikeout. His one walk kept him from perfection. He also did some damage from the plate as he had a double with a run driven in and two runs scored.
Here are the rest of the top performers from around the YAIAA.
New Oxford: Braxtin Reddinger was unstoppable as she scored 10 goals and seven assists in New Oxford's 25-7 win over Chambersburg. Lexie Leete and Raleigh Bateman added four goals and an assist for the Colonials.
Kennard-Dale: Maddie Day hit the back of the net six times and had two assists in the Rams 23-4 win over Coatesville.
Central York: Addy Billings registered seven goals and Bayleigh Keator had four in the Panthers 18-1 win over Conestoga Valley.
Red Lion: Patrick Daugherty went 3-for-4 with a home run and double. He also drove in four runs as the Lions beat Hershey 10-5 at home.
New Oxford: Freshman A.J. Baadte went 4-for-5 for the Colonials 8-3 road win over Hanover. Baadte also crossed the plate twice.
Red Lion:Justin Dashler had four goals, while teammate Jac Gemmil had two and dished out five assists in Red Lion's loss to Lampeter-Strasburg 16-10.
Central York: Katon Yantek tallied five goals and three assists as the Panthers downed Lower Dauphin 20-10 on the road. Connor Hoch also had five goals and added two assists.
New Oxford: John Wilson recorded seven goals and two assists in the Colonials 13-2 win over Chambersburg.
West York: Cody Richter and Cam Goodling each had four goals and an assist in the Bulldogs 17-5 win over Conestoga Valley on the road.
York Suburban: Colin Mailman sent five goals into the back of the net and handed out two assists in the Trojans 13-3 win over Mechanicsburg.
Dallastown: Aaron Ward snapped 14 kills as the Wildcats fell to Penn Manor on the road.
Dallastown: Jaelynn Harbold was a perfect 3-for-3 from the plate with a triple and home run in the Wildcats 13-2 win over Kennard-Dale in five innings.
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