Hassinger scored 4 goals when “Warriors” ride in lacrosse for girls | Sports

Gettysburg 11, Bishop McDowett 5

Maddie Hassinger scored four goals when the Warriors defeated the Crusaders in a lacrosse for girls on Wednesday.

Hassinger’s great performance included a pair of assists in addition to her explosion of four goals.

Senior Maddie Hayden and freshman Naomi Spengler also played great games as both players recorded hat-tricks. Heydan and Megan Weavel posted four draw controls, and Weavel joined Spengler with five of the best in-game balls on earth.

Warrior goalkeeper Sofia Hartmann stood in goal with 11 saves against the Crusaders (1-9).

Gettysburg equaled his season record with a score of 4-4 after his third straight win.

It was a sweep for the Warriors, who also won the JV game 4-1.

New Oxford 5, Spring Grove 2

Aaron Smith went far and six different Colonials recorded hits in Wednesday’s key victory over a visit to Spring Grove.

New Oxford, who have won three games in a row, has improved to a total of 9-5 and moved on to the 3rd Class 5A District Play-offs.

Smith worked out about 10 Rocket strokes, striking out four without giving a free pass. He also stopped eight Spring Grove baserunners.

Koy Baker doubled the home pair of races, and Smith and Adam Pasco also took the RBI. Pascoe and Connor Maine tore the doubles, and leading man Coltan Haifley scored twice.

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Tupa, Sporer (5). Smith. WP: Smith. LP: Sad. SO-BB: Blunt 2-, Sporer 1-1, Smith 4-0. 2B: SG-Bailey; NO-Baker, Pascoe, Main.

Sasukehanak 7, Littlestown 4

The Warriors overcame five mistakes to bring down the Thunderbolts in YAIAA’s game on Wednesday.

Littlestown (9-5) rose 1-0 in the home half of the first half, but Sasuke (14-3) came out ahead with three passes in the fourth and four more in the fifth.

Michael Henry and Nate Thomas inflicted two blows each, including doubles, and both players had RBI. Bradyn Pirt also rattled with the two bags and went for a run after the Bolts.

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Hips, Gaple (6), Preston (6). Petel, Forsythe (5). WP: A bunch. LP: Rooster. SO-BB: Hips 6-1, Gaple 0-0, Presson 1-1, Rooster 0-2, Forsyth 1-0. 2B: S-Koller; L-Henry, Pirt, Thomas

In the sixth and seventh innings, the Eagles rallied in two rounds, but did not have time for the Golden Knights on Wednesday.

Austin Reinert went 2-on-3 with a double and an RBI for Berm (8-7), while Gabe Klein singled out twice and knocked down a pair of runs.

Easter (8-6) was helped by the home runs of Aaron Fox and Tyler Shimmel.

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Stewart, Klein (6). Bausman, Snyder (7). WP: Bowman. LP: Stewart. SO-BB: Stewart 2-0, Klein 0-1, Bowman 8-3, Snyder 0-1. 2B: BS-Ogle, Reinert. HR: EY-Fox, Shimel

Littlestown 6, Gettysburg 1

The fate of Henderson made a home run of three races, and Chelsea Stonesifer repulsed a blow from two rounds, when on Wednesday the “Bolts” took care of the “Warriors”.

Littlestown (14-2) was limited to just six shots, but Henderson and Stonesifer provided decisive shots. Stonesifer also traversed the distribution circle, striking four and knocking out nine.

Gettysburg (4-11) saw Kate Keller publish a 2-on-3 day that included a double and a score.

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Kner, Carbo (5). Stonesifer. WP: Stonesifer. LP: Knerr. SO-BB: Kner 2-3, Carbo 1-1, Stonesifer 9-3. 2B: G-Keller. HR: L-Stonesifer, Henderson

District Team Championship 3

On Wednesday, the Indians won the singles to send the Nighthawks into the quarterfinals of the Class 3A District 3A Team Championship.

Hanover (11-3) showed itself better in the doubles, where it won both matches. Nolan Hronister and Aiden Chen won the sets in a row at No. 1, while Johnny Miller and Ricardo Martinez won three sets in the second doubles.

Single: 1. Akilan Murugesan (D) d. Charlie Zeta 6-0, 6-0; 2. Jacob Erb (D) d. Antonio Corona 6-2, 6-2; 3. Landon Keller (D) d. Brian Carona – 7-5, 6-0

Pair category: 1. Nolan the Chronicler / Aiden Chen (H) d. Connor Heil / Austin Barrick 6-4, 6-3; 2. Johnny Miller / Ricardo Martinez (H) d. Jackson Batson / Bo Moose 7-6 (2), 2-6, 6-4

District Team Championship 3

2. Cedar Cross 3, 7. Mannheim Twp. 2; 3. Palmyra 5, 6. Red Lion 0

8. South Western (13-3) vs. 1. Dallastown (18-0)

5. Cumberland Valley (13-2) vs. 4. Twin Valley (13-0)

Danegal 3, Hanover 2; Pekea Valley 3, Wyoming 2; Conrad Weiser 3, Trinity 1

8. East Pennsboro (9-2) vs. 1. Lancaster Country Day (13-1)

District 3 Championship in singles

Friday, Hershey Racket Club, noon

1. Cooper Lehmann (Hampfield) vs. Cooper Wheeler (Red Lion); Daniel Wu (Dolasown) v. Rocke Schrkeli (Cedar Cross); 4. Hayden Koons (Dallasown) v. William Johnston (Mechanicsburg); Teddy Snyder (Exeter Twp.) Vs. Lance Wilson (Euphrates)

3. Michael Georgelis (Mannheim Twp.) V. Sam Shank (Daniel Boone); Zach Schreider (Reading) v. Jesse Mullins (Hershey); Wieset Maine (Cedar Crest) v. William Ong (Cumberland Valley); Brady Cunelli (Lower Dauphin) v. 2. Jonathan Arbitier (Dallasown)

Replacements: Trent McBride (Elizabethtown), Robert Wellman (Carlisle)

1. Neil Abadir (Lancaster Country Day) vs. Clayton Herb (Camp Hill); Antonio Corona (Hanover) vs. Wade Stolzfuss (Pekea Valley); 4. Armand Malik (Conrad Weiser) against Colin Bruce (Sasqueen); Nate Burger (Brandywine Heights) vs. Andrew Tren (Trinity)

3. John Trang (Bishop McDewit) v. Kyle Sonan (Fleetwood); Akilan Murugesan (Donegal) v. Charlie Zita (Hanover); Drew Breton (Greenwood) v. Jaden Grambin (ELCO); Matteo Jovic (East Pensboro) vs. 2. Fridi Bloom (Lancaster Country Day)

Replacements: Chris Chan (Berks Catholic), Parker Sanders (Bermuda Springs)


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