The men's soccer team had an outstanding week with a pair of wins courtesy of strong defense and a balanced offensive attack. In the 2-1 Wednesday win at Stevenson, Marc Murgo tied the game with a goal in the first half. Junior Isiah Dorsey then notched the game-winner with less than five minutes left in regulation. York followed that with a dominating 2-0 win over #14 Washington & Lee on a dreary Sunday in York. Travis Gould and Keith Witherell notched the goals early in the second half. Sophomore Billy Bridegum recorded his first clean sheet of the year.
The Spartan field hockey squad went 1-1 for the week. They posted their first win of the year on Wednesday as the picked up their fourth straight win over Dickinson, blanking the Red Devils 2-0. Sam Collis and Lindsay Nye recorded the goals for York while goalie Sam Keating recorded the shutout. On Saturday at Shenandoah, senior Jennifer Morrissette had a career day as she recorded a school-record four defensive saves in the 2-1 loss to the Hornets. Her four defensive saves also gave her the new career record as she now has 21 career defensive saves. Collis scored the Spartans' lone goal in the game.
The Spartan volleyball squad got to play four games at home this week, splitting the four matches. The Spartans began the week with a setback against McDaniel in the home opener. York bounced back with a 3-0 win over Haverford on Friday night in the opening round of the Spartan Invitational. The Green and White then split their Saturday games, downing Elizabethtown 3-1 before falling to #16 Johns Hopkins in a thrilling five set match. Junior Madyson Whitcomb had a big week with 39 kills (an average of 2.60 kills per set), an overall attack percentage of .500 (39-6-66), three digs, and 17 total blocks
The Spartan women's soccer team faced a pair of tough Centennial Conference opponents as they fell to McDaniel 2-1 on Wednesday night at home and to Dickinson 3-0 on the road on Saturday. In the loss to McDaniel, Ryan Hussey scored her fourth goal of the year but the Green Terror got the game-winner in the second half and hung on for the win. Against Dickinson, York had a penalty kick inside the first three minutes that they couldn't covert. The Red Devils would score in the 28th, 38th and 61st minutes to earn the non-conference victory.
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