Dalton Asper's power-play goal with three and a half minutes remaining led visiting Cumberland Valley to victory, 3-2, against Dallastown in Tier 1 CPIHL action Monday.

With two Wildcats players in the penalty box, Asper converted a Patrick Halpert pass. Halpert had a hand in all three Eagles goals, assisting on a first-period marker and scoring the go-ahead goal in the second.

Dallastown's Jacob Mitchell tied the game at two in the final minute of the middle period. Kalen Spencer-Patterson scored the Wildcats' first goal, which made it 1-1 early in the period.

  
Cumberland Valley -- 1   1  1 -- 3
Dallastown -- 0   2  0 -- 2

   First Period -- 1. CV, Tristan Enck (Collin Bradley, Patrick Halpert), 13:30.
   Second Period -- 2. Dt, Kalen Spencer-Patterson (Jacob Mitchell, Joseph Didusch), 1:38. 3. CV, Halpert (Enck, Dalton Asper), 2:43. 4. Dt, Mitchell (Benjamin Kelkis, Grant Duvall), 15:10.
   Third Period -- 5.


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CV, Asper (Halpert), 12:33.
   Shots On Goal -- CV 23, Dt 27
   Goalies -- CV, Jacob Morrow (25 saves); Dt, Wyatt Malone (20 saves)

  

   --- Hershey 4, Central York 3: Adam Hrabovsky scored with less than three minutes to play, lifting visiting Hershey past the Panthers.

Central York's Stehl Taylor tied the game at 3, only 1:26 after Evan Malachosky brought the Panthers within one.

Special teams were a problem for Central. Hershey scored two power-play goals and notched a shorthanded marker. With the Trojans leading 2-0, C.J. Belker got the Panthers on the board with three minutes to play in the opening period.

  
Hershey -- 2   1   1 -- 4
Central York -- 1   0   2 -- 3

   First Period -- 1. Her, Nick Shenberger (Adam Hrabovsky, Grayson Cvijic), 1:51. 2. Her, Luc Devorski (Matt Lechleitner), 4:23. 3. CY, CJ Belker, 12:59.
   Second Period -- 4. Her, Aaron Ellenberger (Michael Lewis), 4:49.
   Third Period -- 5. CY, Evan Malachosky (Belker), 3:40. 6. CY, Stehl Taylor (Collin Potter), 5:06. 7. Her, Hrabovsky (Shenberger, Collin Stough), 13:05.   Shots On Goal -- Her 18, CY 21
   Goalies -- Her, Erich Valania (18 saves); CY, Bryan Briggs (14 saves)

  

Tier 2
   --- Palmyra 10, West York 1: Although Palmyra didn't score until the final 1:23 of the first period, the hosts blitzed four more goals in the first five and a half minutes of the second and went on to beat West York.

Nicholas Stoner and Timothy Klaczak scored two goals each for Palmyra, which scored six times in the middle period.

Tyler Gettel scored the only goal for West York.

  
West York -- 0   0   1 -- 1
Palmyra -- 1   6   3 -- 10

   First Period -- 1. Pal, Steven Schnoke (Kyle Marx, Collin Daley), 14:37.
   Second Period -- 2. Pal, Nicholas Stoner, 1:15. 3. Pal, Nicholas Filingeri (Stoner, Brandon Gingrich), 1:57. 4. Daniel Steiner, 3:32. 5. Pal, Daley (Marx, Schnoke), 5:27. 6. Timothy Klaczak (Riley Litman, Gingrich), 10:06. 7. Klaczak, 13:37.
   Third Period -- 8. Pal, Stoner, 4:40. 9. Pal, Zachary Yingst, 7:13. 10. WY, Tyler Gettel, 11:49. 11. Pal, Litman (Steiner), 15:20.
   Shots On Goal -- WY 14, Pal 37
   Goalies -- WY, Jared Gemmil (27 saves); Pal, Samuel Watson (13 saves)

  

Tier 3
   --- Northern York/Trinity 4, Kennard-Dale/Susquehannock 2: Despite 34 saves from goalie Alex Preggo, host Kennard-Dale/Susquehannock dropped its CPIHL contest.

Logan Morris and Nathan Deardorff scored 38 seconds apart early in the first period, staking Northern York/Trinity to a 2-0 lead that doubled on power-play goals by Mike Wilson (1:23 left in first) and Jordan Lockhart (3:34 in into second).

Alex Smith scored a pair of goals 46 second apart in the third for Kennard-Dale/Susquehannock.
  
Northern York/Trinity -- 3   1   0 -- 4
Kennard-Dale/Susquehannock -- 0   0   2 -- 2

   First Period -- 1. NY/T, Logan Morris (Nick Rosti), 3:22. 2. NY/T, Nathan Deardorff (Rosti, Jake Christensen), 4:00. 3. NY/T, Mike Wilson (Morris, AJ Zdanowicz), 14:37.
   Second Period -- 4. NY/T, Jordan Lockhart (David Boulder), 3:34.
   Third Period -- 5. KD/S, Alex Smith (Nic Prego), 11:18; 6. KD/S, Smith (Paul Young), 12:04.
   Shots On Goal -- NY/T 38, KD/S 21
   Goalies -- NY/T, Nich Holencik (19 saves); KD/S, Alex Preggo (34 saves)