West York pitcher Logan Stover laughed when asked if he would have chosen a different pitch to throw Dallastown's Bryant Holtzapple in the fourth inning of Monday afternoon's YAIAA baseball game.
Early in the season, pitching is usually ahead of hitting.
That wasn't the case on Monday as Susquehannock and Delone Catholic, two division winners from last season, combined for a thrilling 27-run game which took nearly two hours and 30 minutes on a breezy Monday evening.
Here is Monday's York/Adams boys' volleyball result.
LANCASTER MENNONITE DEF. DOVER, 3-0 >> Dover's Koleman Hoffman had 13 kills, but that was not enough as Lancaster Mennonite beat the Eagles, 25-19, 25-11, 25-17.
Here is Monday's York/Adams boys' track and field result.
EASTERN YORK 91, NORTHEASTERN 56 >> The Golden Knights dominated on the track in their victory against Northeastern, winning seven of the eight individual races and all three relays.
In a rematch of last year's YAIAA championship game, the Dallastown Wildcats repeated history.
Dallastown got out to an early lead against the home team, and was able to hold on down the stretch in a 13-8 victory over the host Panthers.
Here are Friday's York/Adams girls' lacrosse results.
KENNARD-DALE 17, KENNETT SQUARE 16 (2OT) >> Kennard-Dale's Lyndsey Duty scored one of her three goals to send the game to overtime before Maddie Day notched the game-winner at 2:42 in the second overtime.