Fairfield 84, Biglerville 48

The Knights edged out the host Canners in the Boys’ meet to complete a sweep in season-opening YAIAA action on Tuesday.

Gabe Schubring won the 1600 (5:14) and 3200 (11:16.4) races to help lift Fairfield. Nate Snyder finished first in the 400m and high jump, while Eli Kritzberg and Connor McVey won the long jump and discus respectively.

Ryan VanDyke had a big day for Biglerville, winning the 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles and triple jump. Caden Althoff won the 100 and 200 dashes, and Jack Regentin had victories in the shot put and javelin.

Emma Dennison rode to wins for the Fairfield girls in the 100 and 400m, while Sarah Nagy took 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles. Audrey Chesko was also a double winner for the Knights, landing the long jump and the triple jump.

Dennison continued his strong start to the season, which included a third-place finish in the 100 hurdles and fifth in the 300m at the Tim Cook Memorial last Saturday in Chambersburg.

Biglerville’s Katie White cleared the field in the shot put and javelin, while placing second to Knight Natalie Brown in the discus.

110 hurdles: 1. Ryan VanDyke (B) 18.5, 2. Robert Morales (B) 20.0, 3. Juan Morales (B) 21.3; 100: 1. Caden Althoff (B) 11.6, 2. Jesus Salazar-Ruelas (B) 12.0, 3. Eli Kritzberg (W) 12.6; 1600: 1. Gabe Schubring (W) 5:14.0, 2. Ciaran Phelan (W) 5:30, 3. Sam Fee (B) 5:38.1; 400: 1. Nate Snyder (W) 56.3, 2. Peyton Stadler (W) 57.9, 3. Trenton Runkles (B); 300 hurdles: 1. VanDyke (B) 48.1, 2. Robert Salazar (B) 50.5, 3. Cogan Jones (W) 59.5; 800: 1. Ethan Collins (W) 2: 29.4, 2. Phelan (W) 2: 30.9, 3. Victor Garazo (W) 2: 31.5; 200: 1. Althoff (B) 24.8, 2. Salazar Ruelas (B) 25.0, 3. Stadler (W) 25.8; 3200: 1. Schubring (W) 11:16.4, 2. Aidan Kissner (B) 12:30.2, 3. Matthias Sacco (W); 3200 Relay: 1. Fairfield 9:49.4; relay 400: 1. Biglerville 49.6; Relay 1600: 1. Fairfield 3: 51.3; Long jump: 1. Kritzberg (W) 16-7, 2. Salazar (B) 15-6.5, 3. Mardorff (W) 14-4; Triple jump: 1. VanDyke (B) 36-11, 2. Collins (F) 36-1.5, 3. Kalani Crum (B) 31-7; High jump: 1. Snyder (F) 5-4; Shot put: 1. Jack Regentin (B) 41-7, 2. Stadler (W) 37-11, 3. Jonathan Anders (W) 35-11; Discus: 1. Connor McVey (F) 129-11, 2. Trent Witle (F) 103-4, 3. Regentin (B) 96-5; Javelin: 1. Regentin (B) 124-9, 2. Witle (W) 119-11, 3. Jacob Mead (B) 117-9

100 hurdles: 1. Sarah Nagy (F) 19.2, 2. Carina Heller (B) 20.0, 3. Cadence Holmberg (F) 20.2; 100: 1. Emma Dennison (W) 13.4, 2. Amanda Kane (B) 14.3, 3. Maci Dinges (B) 14.8; 1600: 1. Honey Strosnider (F) 5:58.9, 2. Molly Nightingale (F) 6:18.9, 3. Rachel Sklezan (F) 6:48.1; 400: 1. Dennison (W) 1:07.8, 2. Anne Deleon (B) 1:22, 3. Molly Hess (W) 1:28.5; 300 hurdles: 1. Nagy (F) 55.7, 2. Holmberg (F) 58.3, 3. Mari Alvarez (B) 59.8; 800: 1. Strosnider (W) 2: 46.4, 2. Nightingale (W) 2: 52.4, 3. Bailey DeLawrence (W) 3: 02.4; 200: 1. Kane (B) 30.1, 2. Holmberg (W) 31.7, 3. Dinges (B) 33.6; 3200: 1. Jessica Perez-Rivera (B) 15:34, 2. Kaitlyn Kline (B) 16:17, 3. Mea Mohr (F); relay 3200: 1. Biglerville 13:06.7; Relay 400: 1. Fairfield 57.9; Relay 1600: 1. Fairfield 4:49.5; Long jump: 1. Chesko (F) 12-4.5, 2. Deleon (B) 11-2.5; Triple jump: 1. Chesko (W) 27-8; High jump: 1. Rossignol (F) 4-4; Shot put: 1. Katie White (B) 27-9.5, 2. Lily Harlacher (F) 23-11.5, 3. Haylee Smith (B) 23-8; Drive: 1. Natalie Brown (F) 92-9, 2. White (B) 82-4, 3. Smith (B) 71-8; Javelin: 1. White (B) 82-8, 2. Ivy Mohr (W) 74-9, 3. Hannah Myers (W) 63-8

The Eagles pitched to the Spartans for 17 runs in just two innings to induce the leniency rule on Tuesday.

Dylan Myers led the shoot-off at home plate with two doubles on two at-bats for three RBIs. Austin Reinert also had a pair of doubles to go along with two RBIs and Dylan Hubbard added two RBIs to him in the rout.

Liam Cook pitched all three innings for the win, striking out five and walking none.

Bermuda Springs 980 — 17

Hess, Walker, Dedrick; Liam Cook. WP: Cook. LP: Hess. SO-BB: Hess 1-4, Walker 0-4, Dedrick 0-1; Bake 5-0. 2B: YT-Arter, Shue; BS-Austin Reinert 2, Dylan Myers 2; 3B: BS-Ben Ogle.

The Squires and Rams went nine innings and couldn’t find a winner before play was called off on Tuesday.

Tyler Hillson teeed off on the mound for Delone and went 3 1/3, allowing three earned runs, while Nick Pierce struck out five and allowed just two runs in 5 1/3 innings in relief.

Jake Sherdel had a huge day at the plate for the Squires, going 2 for 4 with a double and four RBIs.

Delone Catholic 010 020 200 – 5 6 1

Kennard-Dale 300,011,000 – 5 11 2

Tyler Hillson, Nick Pierce. WP: N/A. LP: N/A. SO-BB: Hillson 6-3; Drill 5-2. 2B: DC-Sherdel.

The Colonials fell behind the Bobcats early Tuesday and couldn’t make up the deficit in out-of-division action.

Ethan Diehl had a tough start on the mound for New Oxford, allowing four runs in three innings of work, but the Colonials bats couldn’t wake up enough to help him, registering just three hits in the competition.

Zach Bortner came in relief and took the win for Northeastern, striking out eight and walking one.

North-East 021 121 0 — 7 10 1

New Oxford 010 010 0 — 2 3 3

Ethan Diehl, Cade Baker (4), Aaron Smith (6) and Coy Baker; Moser, Bortner (2), Rippo and Floyd. WP: Bornner. LP: Diehl. SO-BB: Diehl 4-2, Baker 3-0, Smith 3-2; Moser 2-4, Bortner 8-1, Rippo 1-0. 2B: NE-Shindler, Reeser, Willhide.

Delone Catholic 10 (6 hostel)

The Rams emerged victorious in a brawl with the visiting Squirettes.

Delone’s Amy Anderson had a big day at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs, while Meredtih Wilson went 3-for-3 with a triple and a pair of RBIs as well.

Delone Catholic 410 212 — 10 12 5

Kennard-Dale 206 264 — 20 19 1

Amy Anderson, Mackenzie Ecker; Coughenour, Serruto. WP: Seruto. LP: Anderson: SO-BB: Anderson 8-6, Ecker 0-1; Coughenour 3-3, Serruto 4-5. 2B: DC-Anderson, Nicole Brown; KD-Serruto 2, Ambrose 2; 3B: DC-Meredith Wilson; KD-Walters, Vaughan.

The Eagles blew the bats in a blowout win over the Spartans.

Maya Kemper led the dominant display, going 2 for 3 with four RBIs, while Hannah Chenault and Ashlynne Smith each had a pair of RBIs.

Madi Reever twirled five scoreless innings in the circle, striking out five and stepping on none to take the win.

Tech York 000 00 — 0 3 4

Bermuda 409 1 — 14 14 0

Steinfeld and Saylor; Madi Reever and Hannah Chenault. WP: Reever. LP: Saylor. SO-BB: Steinfeld 2-2; Reever 5-0. 2B: BS-Smith; YT-Merrill.

Parker Sanders battled to a tough three-set victory over Andrew Gervasi in the first singles to set the tone for the Eagles in a victory over the Squires on Monday.

Nate Snyder also picked up a three-set victory in third singles, and the doubles teams of Hunter Madara and Nate Brown, and Jaxson Bloom and Isaac Talkington swept their matches to help Bermudians stay unbeaten.

Ben Elsner put on a dominant display in the second doubles with a 6-0, 6-0 win.

Simple: 1. Parker Sanders (BS) d. Andrew Gervasi 7-5, 6-7, 7-5; 2. Ben Elsner (DC) d. Lucas Snyder 6-0, 6-0; Eli Snyder (BS) d. Sebastian Fielding (DC) 7-6, -64.

Double: 1. Hunter Madara/Nate Brown (BS) d. Isaac Sheerer/Kaleb Powell (CB) 1-6, 6-4, 7-5; 2. Jaxson Bloom/Isaac Talkington (BS) d. Evan Glass/Will Seymore 6-4, 6-4.

York West 4, Biglerville 1

The Canners had a tough performance against a strong Bulldogs team, losing all four games played with the only victory by default at third singles with Juan Zarante picking up the win.

Simple: 1. View (WY) d. Sean Sneed 6-2, 6-0; 2. Aggravating (WY) d. Troy Schneider (B) 6-0, 6-0; 3. Juan Zarante (B) by default.

Double: 1. Reiber/Joseph (WY) d. Call Palmer-McGraw/Joshua Gills 6-1, 6-2; 2. Sherrick/Noel (WY) def. Andres Pena-Infante/Owen Torres 6-2, 6-0.

Austin Gregg had a stellar performance in front of goal with 14 saves, but the Squires struggled to deal with the Panthers’ powerful offense, with Dayton Bagwell’s four goals leading Tuesday.

Deagan Snyder scored Delone’s only goal on a pass from Andy Chirillo.

York Center 6 4 2 1 — 13

Delone Catholic 0 0 0 1 — 1

G: CY-Bagwell 4, Bagan 3, McNaughton 3, Collington 2, Fabs 1; DC – Deagan Snyder. A: CY-Collington 2, Bagan, Arnold, McGarvey, Fabs, McNaughton; DC-Andy Chirillo. Stops: CY-McLaughlin 4; DC-Austin Gregg 14.