Only a few YAIAA teams were able to compete amid Monday's to wet, rainy conditions.

Susquehannock pitcher Maddy Staub struck out five and smacked a triple as the Warriors improved to 4-0 after a 7-2 win against Delone Catholic. The Warriors have made a statement in the first full week of the season, knocking off the Squirettes, Kennard-Dale and YAIAA Division I power Dallastown. Staub has been a major part of that, winning her three starts.

In baseball, Susquehannock's Connor Hood went 2-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs, leading the Warriors to a 15-8 win against Delone Catholic.

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Weekend Warriors

Here are some of the top performances from the weekend.


West York discus thrower Luke Hoffman heaved a school record 152 feet, 9 inches. The throw is the best in the YAIAA this year.

York Suburban's Collin Mailman scored seven goals in the Trojans' 18-5 win against Eastern York in boys' lacrosse.

In girls' lacrosse, New Oxford’s Braxtin Reddinger posted four goals and three assists in the Colonials' 12-2 win against Carlisle. ... Susquehannock’s Rachel Marshner recorded five goals in the Warroirs 10-3 win against Urbana.


Five YAIAA players break down the basics of shooting and goaltending with our Brandon Stoneburg.


Dallastown freshman tennis player Holden Koons was named the MVP of the State College Invitational after winning the No. 1 singles championship and helping the Wildcats finish second as a team. Koons' first victory came against a PIAA qualifier from 2015.

In boys' lacrosse action, Red Lion defeated Chambersburg 20-3, led by Sam Emig's six goals and four assists. Teammate Jac Gemmill added three goals and four assists in the win.

In girls' lacrosse action, Central York's Addy Billings scored five goals in the Panthers' 18-6 loss to Governor Mifflin. ... Spring Grove received five goals from Casey Franklin in an 18-1 win against Mechanicsburg.

For all of today's scores, click here.

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