The Lady Bobcat Tennis Team picked up just their second loss of the season against first place Dallastown. The entire team played very well with outstanding efforts by Evonne Qiu, Adonnya Onwukonjo, Courtnee Hoff, Brynn MacDonald, Lindsey Meyers, Mansi Patel, Kiera Cornish, Kirsten Harrison, Isha Patel, Aubry Shaffer, Madison Laughman, Jillian Laughman, Alyssa Harrison and Amy Rizzo.
The team will travel to Red Lion today with the goal of picking up win number seven. If the team plays well, this objective is certainly a possibility.
Senior night will be at home this Thursday against Central. Come out and watch a team that has added a great deal of excitement to the Northeastern fall sports season!
Yesterday afternoon the Bobcat cross country teams hosted a five-team meet on the High School and Middle School campuses. In the boys’ race, Northeastern’s dynamic duo of juniors Ben Kelly and Noah Hake chased the leaders through the first two miles before surging into the lead and going one-two overall. With the help of an 11th-place finish by Brody McElwain, a 19th-place finish by Robert Yoka, a 22nd-place finish by DJ Haas, and a 23rd-place finish by Josh McKenzie, the Northeastern men fought their way into first place in Division 1 competition with three meets remaining. The Bobcats beat Central, Eastern, and Delone Catholic to raise their overall record to 9 – 1, losing only to defending state runners-up York Suburban.
In the girls’ race, Eastern’s Maddie McClain set a new course record of 18:56 on the 3.1-mile loop. Micaela Bradley paced the chase pack and earned a 6th-place finish overall. Rose Rush, Emily Rau, Sophie Dekker, Madison Wrightstone, Emily Baskette, and Destiny Lehman also scored for the Lady Bobcats.
Last Saturday, the teams competed in the Big Spring Invitational, where Ben Kelly and Maddie Warrender earned overall medals. This Saturday the Bobcats travel to the Carlisle Invitational.
Girls’ cross country was also defeated.
Boys’ soccer took on South Western at 7:30pm last night and beat South Western in a tight game with a final score of 2-1.
Likewise to the guys soccer team, girls’ soccer also played South Western and had an extremely close game prevailing 3-2.
Furthermore, girls’ volleyball also had a game yesterday as they played West York but dismally took a defeat with a final score of 3-0.
There isn’t much going on this afternoon as only Field hockey and girls’ Tennis will be playing. Field Hockey will be playing at home against Dover at 6:30pm and girls’ tennis will be away to take on Red Lion at 4:00pm.
Since there is a two and a half hour gap between the games there is no reason you can’t go out and support both our lady bobcat teams.