YAIAA top performers, April 23
The Red Lion boys' and girls' lacrosse teams won by a combined score of 37-13 on Saturday thanks in large part to the play of Sam Emig and Peyton Shima.
In the boys' 13-7 win over Twin Valley, Emig posted seven goals and three assists. On the girls' side, Peyton Shima scored five goals and handed out four assists in a 24-6 drubbing of Mechanicsburg. Alyssa Adams added five goals.
The Red Lion boys improved to 10-2 overall with their fifth straight victory, while the girls improved to 8-3 with their third straight win. All three of those wins saw Red Lion score 22 or more goals.
Here are the rest of Saturday's top performers:
Central York's Courtney Coppersmith went 2-for-3 with a triple and five RBIs in the Panthers' 15-0, four-inning win against Harrisburg in the first round of the Central York Panther Classic. The hosts went on to defeat Susquenita, 4-1, in the championship. ... West York's Jossalin Shipley went 4-for-4 with two RBIs in the Bulldogs' 6-1 win against Camp Hill.
Northeastern won the State College tournament, beating Pennsbury in the final, 25-18, 25-23. To reach the final, the Bobcats beat YAIAA foe Central York, 30-28, while Pennridge defeated another YAIAA team, York Suburban, 30-18.
At the Shippensburg Invitational, South Western's Lynne Mooradian finished first in 300 hurdles with state best 42.96. She also placed third in 100 hurdles, third on the Mustangs 1600 relay team and seventh in 100.
On the boys' side at Shippensburg, Gettysburg's Ravaughn Dillard finished first in the triple jump with a leap of 46-10 1/2. And Dallastown's quartet of Justin Atwood, Justin Tracy, Edgar Centeno and Kalen Paterson edged State College by .01 to win the 400 relay in 43.03.
For all of today's scores, click here.