Oct 26, 201207:40 AMDaily News
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Gettysburg, York Suburban fall in District 3 boys’ soccer quarterfinals
The top two teams in the District 3-AA boys tournaments saw their seasons come to an end Thursday night.
No. 1 Gettysburg lost to division foe No. 8 Greencastle-Antrim, 3-2, and No. 2 York Suburban fell to No. 7 Tulpehocken, 2-1. Greencastle will play Lancaster Mennonite in the semifinals Monday, and Tulphehocken will battle Pequea Valley. The winners advance to the final and qualify for states, while the losers get one last shot against each other with a state tournament berth on the line.
Hershey kept it close, but Cumberland Valley pulled away in the second to win its 24th consecutive postseason game.
The two-time defending state and District 3-AAA champs topped the Trojans 3-0 to earn a berth in the semifinals against Lower Dauphin. The Falcons held off Red Land for a 1-0 win. CV and LD met in the Mid-Penn Championship game with the Eagles winning 3-2.
On the other side of the bracket, top-seeded Wilson clipped Cedar Crest in overtime, 1-0, to earn a game against Governor Mifflin in the semis. Governor Mifflin beat Conestoga Valley 2-1.
All four semifinalists earn a trip to states. The semifinals are Monday.
In the District 3-A tournament, Tulpehocken and York Catholic each won 5-0 to earn a semifinals matchup against each other. Halifax won 6-0 and Lancaster Country Day edged Fairfield 1-0 to set up their semifinal match.
The underdogs kept it close, but the higher seeds each won in the preliminary round of the District 3-AAA girls volleyball tournament.
South Westrn, Penn Manor, Solanco and Ephrata each advanced to the first round, which is Saturday. South Western won by sweep with the others winning their matches in four sets.
The District 3 Class AAA and A boys soccer and Class AA girls soccer tournaments continue Saturday, as does the Class AAA and Class AA girls volleyball tournaments.
High school football’s regular season continues tonight under the Friday night lights across the area.