Visiting Dallastown scored two runs in the top of the 11th inning to win an 8-7 softball slugfest over rival Red Lion in a game that featured 30 hits.
After the Wildcats took the lead with two runs in the top of the 11th, Red Lion answered with one in the bottom of the inning, but the Lions weren't able to get the equalizer. Red Lion had fought back on two earlier occasions with a run in the seventh to force extra innings and a run in the bottom of the 10th to send the game to the 11th inning.
Julia Snyder, Amanda Jones and Jenna Eckenrode each had three hits for Dallastown. Katie Shultz, Taylor Gould and Megan Chapman responded with three hits apiece for Red Lion. Gould and Chapman each drilled two doubles.
Winning pitcher Kelsey Collins recorded nine strikeouts.
Dallastown improved to 15-3 overall and 10-3 in York-Adams Division I. Red Lion fell to 9-6 and 8-5.
SPRING GROVE 5, WEST YORK 0: At West York, Spring Grove pitchers Erica Heck and Jenna Jacoby combined on a six-hit shutout. Heck worked the first four innings, striking out seven and walking one. She allowed just two hits. Jacoby (five strikeouts, one walk, four hits) pitched the fifth, sixth and seventh innings. Terynn Weaver collected two hits and drove in two runs for the Rockets, and Hayley Norton and Jena Hull supplied doubles. Kelsie Weaver was 3-for-3 for West York. Spring Grove (14-6 overall), the Division II champion, closed its league record at 11-2.
SUSQUEHANNOCK 10, YORK SUBURBAN 8: At Suburban, the Warriors trailed 6-4 entering the top of the seventh, but exploded for six runs to take the lead for good. Madi Shockey (3-for-4, two runs, two RBIs), Hannah Bentz (2-for-4, two runs scored), Lindsey Rosenzweig (two RBIs) and Jordan McGee (two runs scored) led the Warriors. Becca Barrett (double, three RBIs) Rachel Fry (double, two RBIs) and Brooke Day (two runs scored) paced Suburban.