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As the first week of a full slate of YAIAA spring sports comes to a close, York County Tech's Nathan Chronister put in an all-around effort to help his team secure a 7-2 win over Columbia. The performance earned him the top-performer spot from Wednesday evening.

Chronister picked up his first win of the season on the mound, pitching a complete-game with eight strikeouts, without surrendering an earned run. He also did damage as York County Tech's leadoff hitter, collecting two hits in three at bats with three runs scored, one RBI and three stolen bases.

Game of the Night

The Bermudian Springs baseball team erased a 5-0 deficit with six runs in the final three innings in an 8-7 win over Dover. Colby Smith provided some of the heroics with a clutch two-run double with two outs in the top of the seventh, giving the Eagles an 8-6 lead.

After walking in a run to bring the Eagles to within one in the bottom half of the inning, Tanner Byers recorded a strikeout and a ground out with the bases loaded to seal the win for Bermudian.

Here is a look at the rest of the top performers from around the YAIAA:

Boys' lacrosse

Red Lion's freshman Elijah Workinger took over the end of his team's game against Dallastown, as he scored the game-tying goal with 15 seconds left. Then, just 38 seconds into overtime, he put home the game-winner for the 8-7 victory. The Lions led 5-1 after three quarters before the Wildcats scored five straight to take a lead in the final moments of the contest.

Baseball

Delone Catholic's Chase Kint threw a five-hit shutout with four strikeouts to help the Squires take down Gettysburg 4-0. ...Central York's Beau Burris was a perfect 4-for-4 with a double, four RBIs and two runs scored in the Panthers' 14-7 loss to Cedar Cliff.

Softball

Central York's Rachel Butler went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple and four RBIs in the Panthers' 12-7 win at home.

Boys' volleyball

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In one of the more impressive performances of the night, Central York's Hayden Wagner ripped 24 kills for the Panthers in their three set win over state-ranked Chambersburg (25-16, 25-19, 27-25).

Girls lacrosse

Kennard-Dale's Maddie Day added another strong performance to her resume as the Rams took down Kennett 18-10 on the road. Day had her hand in seven of Kennard-Dale's goals, scoring four and dishing out three assists as the Rams improved to 3-0.

For all of today's scores, click here.

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