The Kennard-Dale girls' lacrosse program continues to pile up titles.

But York Catholic made the Rams work extremely hard to earn their latest piece of hardware.

K-D held on for a 13-12 triumph over the Irish on Thursday afternoon on York Catholic's home field.

That victory allowed the Rams to clinch at least a share of the York-Adams Division II crown. Since the York-Adams lacrosse league started in 2009, the K-D girls have captured each of the Division II championships.

In addition, since the league tournament started in 2011, K-D has won both of those crowns, as well.

The Rams improved to 14-1 overall and 13-0 in the division. York Catholic fell to 10-3 both overall and in the division.

K-D jumped out to a 7-4 halftime lead, then held off the Irish, who held an 8-6 advantage in the second half.

Morgan Day poured in seven goals for K-D, while Nicole Black added two goals and four assists. Lyndsey Duty and Taylor Davis added two goals and one assist apiece.

Alexis China collected four goal for York Catholic, while Shannon Moore, Jess Mazzur and Sarah Gabriele each added two goals. Natalie Fiorenza chipped in a goal and an assist.

Alana Pietra made 13 saves for K-D, while Abby Figge had four saves for the Irish.

It was the Rams' second victory of the season over York Catholic. K-D triumphed in Fawn Grove on April 8, 17-10.



WEST YORK 15, YORK SUBURBAN 4: At York Suburban, Allie Ilgenfritz led the Bulldogs to the York-Adams Division II victory by scoring seven goals. Also for West York, Sara Sweitzer scored three goals, Brittany Armpriester scored two goals and goalie Abby Cox made six stops. West York improved to 10-3 in the division and overall.

CENTRAL YORK 8, SPRING GROVE: At Spring Grove, MacKenzie Windsor (two goals, two assists) and Jessica Ames (three goals) led the Panthers. Shelby Grosberger (three goals) paced the Rockets. Amanda Craver had 12 saves in a losing cause. Madelyn Klinedinst had eight saves for Central.

SUSQUEHANNOCK 22, EASTERN YORK 5: Brooke Clasing (six goals) and Katelyn Welch (five goals) combined for half of the Warriors' scores. Carley Vanluit (four goals) and Ashley Valway (three) also excelled for Susquehannock. Rylie Toomey scored twice for Eastern.


WEST YORK 22, YORK SUBURBAN 8: At West York, the Bulldogs improved to 12-0 both overall and in the York-Adams League. Seth Clauser (five goals, three assists), Devyn Roehm (four goals, two assists), Hunter Betz (three goals, three assists), Tanner Gerace (three goals, assist) and Nick Wilker (three goals, assist) led West York. Mike Sipes had two goals and an assist for Suburban.

SUSQUEHANNOCK 11, EASTERN 7: At Glen Rock, Zach Gloeckner and Aiden Kirkendall each scored four goals to highlight the Warriors' victory. Gloeckner also had an assist and Collin Riley supplied a goal and two assists. Eastern's Christian Buser connected for two goals and assisted on two other goals while Justin Keller contributed two goals and Conrad Rhein had a goal and two assists.

CENTRAL 19, SPRING GROVE 5: At Central, Max Haldeman led the Panthers to the York-Adams Division I victory by scoring four goals and picking up six assists. Also excelling for Central were Ian Desenberg (three goals, two assists), Collin George (four goals), C.J. Belker (three goals, one assist), Katon Yantek (two goals), Gavin George (goal, assist) and goalie Shane Walker (15 stops). For the Rockets, Trey Baker had two goals and one assist, while Colton Reese scored two goals. Central improved to 11-2 in the division and overall.

KENNARD-DALE 18, YORK CATHOLIC 5: At Fawn Grove, the Rams led 12-1 at the end of the first half and went on to capture the York-Adams Division II match. Nate Mikolinis led the Rams with four goals and one assist. Also for K-D, Jesse Schonbrunner had three goals and two assists, Freddy Seitz scored three goals and Elliot Stauffer and Dave Wallace each scored two goals. For the Irish, Ted Trapeni scored two goals. The Rams improved to 11-2 in the division and overall.

DALLASTOWN 9, NEW OXFORD 5: At New Oxford, the Colonials' held Dallastown scoreless in the first quarter, but the Wildcats found the range in the second quarter, racking up five goals. Dallastown added three more goals in the third quarter en route to the York-Adams Division I victory. Tanner Ierley had a hat trick for the winners while Jake Mitchell supplied two goals and two assists, and Bailey Haines connected for two goals. Garrett Elmo scored three times for New Oxford. The Wildcats improved their league record to 11-2 and overall mark to 11-3. Dallastown is tied with Central for first place.