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Dallastown's Julia Sutton scored 10 of her game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter to help the Wildcats rally past Central York, 43-42, on Friday night. It was the Panthers' first YAIAA Division I loss of the season.
Dallastown outscored Central in the decisive fourth quarter, 18-6, to rally for the win. The Wildcats won the first quarter, 11-6, but found themselves in a four-point hole at halftime and down nine through three quarters.
Sutton sank four 3-pointers on the day, two of them in the fourth quarter. Sabria Royal scored 10 points for the Wildcats.
Emma Saxton led the Panthers' attack with 11 points, and Nikson Valencik added 10 points.
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The Kennard-Dale boys' basketball team is making a habit out of winning just in the nick of time.
With the score tied at 38 on Friday night, Gettysburg was double-teaming the Rams' Adam Freese in the closing seconds of regulation. Freese passed the ball to Joey Thomas, who sank the winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Rams the 41-38 victory.
The win came two days after Kennard-Dale beat West York, 39-37, when Freese sank a 2-point shot with 4 seconds remaining.