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Taylor Tannura recorded her first career hat trick as Susquehanncok girls' soccer recorded its seventh win of the season with a 3-0 victory against Eastern York.

Tannura’s three goals were all the Warriors needed to defeat the Golden Knights. Her first goal came with 12:51 left in the first half. Tannura booted a penalty kick past Eastern keeper Sydney Kelly to give the Warriors a 1-0 lead. She found the back of the net again with 23:47 to play in the second half.

Tannura completed the hat trick with 10:52 left in the game.

Jamison records OT winner: Lily Jamison played the hero on Tuesday night scoring the overtime goal to give Dallastown a 2-1 win over Red Lion. The Wildcats' win preserved the Wildcats' perfect divisional record.

Jamison’s game-winner came with 2:36 left in the overtime period with Natalie Gettle getting credit for the assist. Skyler Wilt scored late in the second half to even the score and force the extra frame.

The Wildcats edged the rival Lions in shots, 15-9, and in corner kicks, 6-2. Dallastown moved to 5-0 in Division I and 6-3 on the year.

Boys’ soccer

Becker scores twice: Central's Trace Becker found the back of the net near the start and end of the first half as Central York defeated New Oxford, 4-0.

Becker opened the scoring with 33:57 left in the first half. He scored again with 18 seconds left in the half to extend the Panthers' lead to 2-0, which was more than enough to give Central their eighth win of the year.

Pierce Miller and Evan Smeltzer added goals in the second half to seal the win.

Central York controlled the game with 13 shots on net and eight corner kicks. Keeper Kameron Stoll made four stops.

Dallastown wins with late goal: Dallastown went 2-for-2 against Red Lion on the soccer field, and the boys had Carter Miller to thank for the victory. Still scoreless late in the game, Miller beat Lions’ goalie Brock Gould with 7:07 left on the clock to secure the Wildcats' win.

Keeper AJ Lentz was credited with one save in the win. The win allows the Wildcats to keep their perfect record in division play and keep pace with Central York, who also has yet to drop a divisional game.

Golf

York Catholic clinches title: The Fighting Irish wrapped up the Division III title Tuesday afternoon with their victory at Springwood Golf Club. Andrew Forjan shot a match-best 71 for the Irish and Jon Giambalvo shot a 72. Josh Steward recorded a 79 and Russ McPaul finished the day with an 81.

The division title is York Catholic’s fourth consecutive crown.

Girls’ volleyball

Blevins comes up big in Red Lion win: Lindsey Blevins recorded a game-high 20 kills as the Lions swept New Oxford to pick up their seventh win. Maddie Grim contributed 28 assists for the Lions, Laura Enfield had two aces and Jenna Enfield recorded eight digs.

The win was a big boost as the Lions prepare for another divisional battle against Central York Thursday.

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