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Boys take consolation at Suburban.

The Wildcat boys recovered from an opening-night 53-46 loss to an improved West York squad by taking down Solanco, 50-45 in the consolation game at the York Suburban Tip-off tournament. 

Boys drop close one to New Oxford

The Wildcats led throughout much of Tuesday game vs. New Oxford, but the Colonials rallied in the final quarter for a 43-41 win. Kobe Green scored 14 points for Dallastown, which was outscored 16-8 in the final eight minutes.

 

Boys recover from tough loss

The Wildcats lost in tough fashion on Tuesday, 43-41 against New Oxford, but rallied on Friday with a 62-37 shellacking of South Western on Youth Night at Dallastown. The Greens led the way in that one, with Kobe scoring 15 points and Jadon added 14. The Cats rode a dominating second half, out-scoring the Mustangs, 37-15.

 

Boys hammer Mifflin County

The Wildcats, despite missing some key personnel, made the trip north and dominated Mifflin County 66-30 to cap 2018 in style on Saturday. Junior Roman Owens had 23 to lead Dallastown, which burst out to a 34-12 halftime lead.

 

Boys notch 29-point win

The Wildcats blitzed out to a lead and never looked back in Friday's 70-41 Division I victory vs. Spring Grove. Nike McGlynn led the Cats with 18 points, while Kobe Green added 13 as Dallastown marched out to a 36-23 lead at the half.

Penn Manor had lost only one game heading into Saturday, but the Wildcats defense was too much for the Comets. Dallastown held Penn Manor to a mere 23 points, only two from star Kevin Roldan, and the Cats rolled to an impressive 53-23 victory. Kobe Green stayed hot, leading Dallastown with 22 points.

Boys split week

The Wildcats broke open a close game with a big third quarter and went on to a fifth straight win, 54-43, against rival Red Lion to open Tuesday's boys-girls doubleheader. Kobe Green led the way with 17 points and Roman Owens added 14 as the Cats rode a 20-11 third for the victory.

While Central York hasn't always been on top of its game this year, the Panthers were on Friday against Dallastown, sending our boys to a 63-46 defeat. Green notched 15 points and Owens 11 in the loss.

Boys have some week

The Wildcat boys faced a tough Northeastern squad that shot extremely well in Monday's 76-60 defeat. Kobe Green led Dallastown with 15 while Kyle Richardson added 13 and Michael Dickson 11. Unfortunately, the Wildcats could not overcome a 32-18 halftime deficit.  

However, that loss set the stage for Wednesday's season high-point as the Wildcats hosted York High and upset the Bearcats, 62-56. York entered the contest with only one loss, but Green dropped 18 points and Richardson 13 and Dallastown overcame a 17-6 first-quarter deficit with the help of a 20-10 third quarter that gave our guys a 40-33 lead. Way to go on the huge victory that should give us confidence the rest of the way!!!

The brutal stretch of tough games continued on Thursday evening at New Oxford where the Colonials topped Dallastown 65-55.

Boys have some week

The Wildcat boys faced a tough Northeastern squad that shot extremely well in Monday's 76-60 defeat. Kobe Green led Dallastown with 15 while Kyle Richardson added 13 and Michael Dickson 11. Unfortunately, the Wildcats could not overcome a 32-18 halftime deficit.  

However, that loss set the stage for Wednesday's season high-point as the Wildcats hosted York High and upset the Bearcats, 62-56. York entered the contest with only one loss, but Green dropped 18 points and Richardson 13 and Dallastown overcame a 17-6 first-quarter deficit with the help of a 20-10 third quarter that gave our guys a 40-33 lead. Way to go on the huge victory that should give us confidence the rest of the way!!!

The brutal stretch of tough games continued on Thursday evening at New Oxford where the Colonials topped Dallastown 65-55. 

                     Boys split four games

The Wildcat boys were great against a struggling team on Tuesday, doubling up South Western 71-35. Kobe Green notched a season-high 33 points in the win. Nike McGlynn added 10 as Dallastown sprinted out to a 15-6 lead after one quarter, that grew to 37-16 at the half.

The boys rolled all over Spring Grove in a 71-28 Youth Night win on Friday. Michael Dickson scored 15, Jadon Green 12 and Cashiss Day 10, as Dallastown rolled to leads of 18-8 after one and 38-16 at halftime. 

The boys fell in a Keystone Cup battle against a tough Governor Mifflin squad, 50-43 and on Saturday, dropped a 50-38 decision to Central York. 

Boys end season with a win

The Wildcat boys after falling to a very good Shippensburg squad, 72-67, closed the regular campaign with a victory at Red Lion. Kobe Green scored 18, Kyle Richardson 15 and Nike McGlynn 12 in the 64-56 win. 

Wildcat girls win Hempfield Tournament

What an opening weekend as the girls' team captured a big tourney title with a 47-42 against perennially strong Central Dauphin, followed by a 57-49 win against Solanco. Way to go ladies!!

Girls off to good league start

The Wildcats rebounded from their first loss of the season in style, topping New Oxford 57-44. Sam Miller scored 20 points, including nine in the first quarter when Dallastown sprinted out to a 17-6 lead.

Girls split Division I games

The Wildcats topped New Oxford 57-44 in a Division I game on Tuesday, but Friday brought a surprise in the form of a 39-36 overtime loss to South Western. Aniya Matthews led the way with 15 points, but the Cats only managed three points in the extra session.

Girls close year with tough win

The Wildcats crashed the boards hard, with 54 rebounds on Friday night and managed to knock off a tough Central Dauphin East squad, 53-50 in double overtime. Dallastown improved to 6-2 on the season, heading into a the bulk of the YAIAA schedule.

Girls start 2019 with huge wins

The Wildcats had quite the challenge opening the 2019 part of the campaign against perennial Division II power Susquehannock, a team that only had one loss entering Wednesday's contest. However, with 13 points from Sam Miller and 11 from Aniya Matthews, Dallastown came away with an exciting 44-42 victory.

The Cats are 8-2 after winning an overtime thriller on Friday, taking down Spring Grove, 38-36. Miller led the way with 11, two in the extra session on Teacher Appreciation Night.

On Saturday, Matthews scored 13 points, 10 in the first half as the Cats blitzed out to a 19-point halftime lead and topped Penn Manor, 55-32. 

Girls defend way to pair of wins

The Wildcats clamped down in their own end and improved to 10-2 because of it after a 40-25 win against rival Red Lion to cap the boys-girls doubleheader. Sam Miller scored 13 points, but the key was a defense that limited the Lions to only four points in the final quarter. 

On Friday, the Wildcats pulled into a first-play tie after an impressive 49-33 win against Central York. Once again the defense led the way, holding the Panthers to only 33, including a stunning third quarter in which Dallastown outscored Central 22-1. Claire Teyral and Lily Jamison dropped 11 points each in the victory.

Girls remain near top of standings

The Wildcats were looking for another big win to maintain at least their share of first place in Division I and opened their week on Wednesday with a 56-38 victory over York High. Sam Miller (13 points) and Aniya Matthews (12) led the way as the Cats sprinted out to a 24-9 lead after one quarter and never looked back.

Dallastown kept right on rolling on Friday night with a 65-28 win against New Oxford. The Cats opened a 19-5 lead after one quarter, 35-13 at the half. Miller scored 14, Matthews 13 and D'Shantae Edwards added 10.

 

Girls keep on winning, closing in on title

The Wildcats faced South Western in a showdown of Division I powers and once again, came up huge in a big spot.  Lily Jamison knocked down a 3-pointer just before the triple-overtime buzzer to give Dallastown a 38-35 victory. The defense shined again as the Cats held the Mustangs' scorers in check, limiting them to only 35 points in 44 minutes of play. Aniya Matthews led the way with 13 points and D'Shantae Edwards added 10.

The girls then overcame a deficit after the first quarter and went on to secure sole possession of first place in Division I with a 50-37 victory at Spring Grove. Matthews scored 14 and Sam Miller 10 as Dallastown rode a 19-point third quarter to victory.

That week ended perfectly with another brilliant defensive effort in a 39-28 win against Hempfield in a Keystone Cup game. Jamison led the way with 11 as Dallastown held the Black Knights to only eight points in the first half, two in the second quarter. The Cats scored 17 in the final period to pull away. 

The weather-affected following week closed in high style as the girls won their 12th straight game, 53-43, this one past Division I foe Central York. Matthews scored 17 points and D'Shantea Edwards added 16 as the Wildcats overcame a first-quarter deficit. 

 

Girls win Division I title

The Wildcats entered the week sitting atop the Division I standings with one division game to play and opened up with a 59-37 non-league win against Shippensburg. Matthews led the way with 17 points and six others found the score sheet as the now 18-2 Wildcats opened a 25-12 halftime lead and romped.

The girls wrapped up the Division I title with a 38-28 victory at rival Red Lion. Only 10-7 at the half, a 13-6 third quarter helped the Cats pull away. Matthews notched 13 and Miller had 10. 

 

Dallastown girls are YAIAA champions

The Wildcats again stymied their opponent and won the YAIAA basketball title with a 36-26 victory over Spring Grove.

The Wildcats once again limited an opponent, holding a powerful Gettysburg team under 20 points in a 41-19 victory in the YAIAA semifinal on Wednesday. Aniya Matthews dropped 14 points and Sam Miller added 10, eight of which came in the first quarter, helping Dallastown open a 17-5 lead after one. 

Wildcat Girls earn district silver

The YAIAA girls basketball champion Wildcats received a bye in the first round, then dispatched Wilson, 57-31 in a District 3 Class 6A quarterfinal. win. Anyia Matthews dropped 12 points and Claire Teyral and D'Shontae Edwards added 10 each as Dallastown sprinted out to a 13-2 lead after one quarter, 26-12 at the half.

The Wildcats, who qualified for the PIAA tournament, allowed only 15 points in Monday's semifinal game against Cedar Cliff, a 35-15 win that sends Dallastown to Friday's district title game at Santander Arena in Reading, where the Cats will face Cumberland Valley. Seven different players scored against Cedar Cliff, led by seven from Edwards. Dallastown struggled offensively at times, but held the Colts to a mere two points in the first half.

Although the girls fell to perennial power Cumberland Valley in the title game, they are state tournament bound. The Cats will face Downingtown East, 7:30 pm Friday at West York.