The Dallastown boys' soccer team rallied from a 2-1 halftime deficit to beat arch-rival Red Lion, 3-2, and clinch an outright York-Adams League Division I crown.

The Wildcats finished 9-1-0 in the division. Central finished second at 8-2-0.

The visiting Lions led at intermission on unassisted goals from Dan Jones and Matt Carazo.

Dallastown's Edward Bills tied it at the 21st minute of the second half on an assist from Jon Dadeboe. With one minute left in the first overtime, Bills got the game-winner on an assist from Justin Barnett.

Wildcats' keeper Tyler Urbaniak had three saves while Red Lion goalie Scott Rissler made six stops.

Dallastown has now won four straight Division I titles and five of the last six.


EASTERN YORK 2, KENNARD-DALE 0: At Kennard-Dale, Austin Jefferies and Tucker Aldinger scored 50 seconds apart to give the Golden Knights the Division II victory. Jefferies connected for his goal at 4:53 of the second half, and Aldinger added an insurance goal at 4:03. Eastern goalie Logan Billet turned in a superb performance recording 20 saves to earn the shutout. K-D keeper Paul Ambrose made eight saves.

SUSQUEHANNOCK 2, WEST YORK 1: At Susquehannock, Nick Umezawa and Duncan Mitchell scored the goals for the winners, while Andrew Gaines connected for West York's goal. Clay Ayres and Ryan McNamara supplied assists for Susquehannock.


CENTRAL 1, SOUTH WESTERN 0: At Central, Erik Rishel converted a penalty kick at the 9:55 mark of the first half for the only goal of the Division I match. Chris Snowadsky recorded five saves to gain the shutout.

SPRING GROVE 1, NEW OXFORD 0: At New Oxford, the Rockets captured the overtime victory. The game was evenly played, with both teams getting eight shots on goal, and the Rockets holding a 4-3 edge in corners. New Oxford won the JV match, 2-0. No other details were available.

YORK SUBURBAN 4, DOVER 1: At Dover, Suburban closed out a perfect 17-0 regular season. The Trojans scored three goals in the first half and one in the second half. Dover's score came in the final half. No other details were provided.