For the second straight game, the Susquehannock girls' soccer team needed overtime to defeat a division opponent.
Two days after a dramatic win against Gettysburg, the Warriors used an overtime goal from Taylor Tannura to sneak past Dover, 1-0. Tannura assisted on Maddie Stone's overtime winner against Gettysburg Tuesday.
The Warriors (9-0-2, 7-0-1 YAIAA Division II) remain in first place in the division. They have four games against division opponents remaining on the schedule.
Wilt leads Dallastown: Skyler Wilt scored twice for the Wildcats in a 3-0 win against South Western. Dallastown (9-5, 6-1 Division I) remains in first place.
Wilt got the Wildcats on the board about 20 minutes into the first half on a goal assisted by Melissa Clapsaddle. Lily Jamison extended the lead with a goal in the second half before Wilt put the finishing touches on the win with her second score.
Susquehannock back on track: After a disappointing loss to division rival Gettysburg on Tuesday, Susquehannock returned to the win column with a 3-0 victory over Dover.
The Warriors prevented the Eagles from registering a single shot or corner kick while taking 12 shots and five corners of their own. Colton Mumley scored a goal and assisted on another by Jason Weger while Joe Lippy also added a score.
One of the YAIAA's top teams this season, the Warriors (11-1-1, 7-1 Division II) remain tied with Gettysburg for the division lead. The teams have split their two regular-season matchups.
James leads Bulldogs: West York's Abbey James registered 45 assists as the Bulldogs defeated the Warriors 3-1 (25-19, 22-25, 25-21, 25-18) on the road.
James also had four kills, seven digs, two aces and a block as West York (11-1, 7-0 YAIAA Division II) extended its lead over the Warriors (7-3, 5-2). Marisa Krinock (15 kills, six digs, two blocks), Julia Rill (14 kills, nine digs, four blocks) and Tesia Thomas (14 kills, three digs, three blocks) also had big games for the Bulldogs.