Taylor Rohrbaugh pitched a complete game to carry Central York to a 3-1 softball triumph at Cumberland Valley.
Rohrbaugh allowed six hits and didn't give up an earned run. She struck out five and didn't walk anyone.
Kelsey Wisner homered and drove in two runs for Central. Kyla Caruso had Central's other RBI.
All of the scoring in the game occurred in the first inning.
Kennard-Dale 10, York Tech 0: At Fawn Grove, Kennard-Dale pitcher Julia D'Arrigo shut York Tech down on two hits while striking out nine. D'Arrigo allowed just one walk in the crossover game, which was stopped after five innings due to the 10-run rule. Rhiannaon McGlone and Nicole McCleary combined for five hits for the Rams, and Sara Driggers had a home run.
Delone Catholic 1, Eastern 0: At Wrightsville, Mikayla McCleaf hit a single in the top of the seventh to score Shelbee Holcomb from second to plate the lone run of the game. Squirettes pitcher Cassie Rickrode pitched a shutout, striking out eight and walking one. For the Golden Knights, Sierra Arnold pitched a complete game, striking out eight and walking one.
South Western 7, Spring Grove 4: At Hanover, Kirstin Hertzog (three-run homer), Bailey Moses (3 for 4, two RBIs, one run), Jordan Chell (3 for 4, one run) and Kaitlyn Chell (2 for 3, run) powered the Mustangs. Kylie Toomey went the distance to get the six-hit win. She fanned eight and walked four. Jenna Jacoby went the distance for the Rockets. Hayley Norton (two hits) and Caraline Cornman (two hits, two RBIs, run) paced the Spring Grove offense.
Bermudian Springs 18, York Catholic 12: At York Springs, Carrie Fix hit for the cycle and drove in six runs for York Catholic, but it wasn't enough. Sam Burda had four hits and five RBIs for Bermudian.
York Suburban 5, Dallastown 0: Trojans starting pitcher Olivia Eytcheson tossed a complete game shutout for the visiting Trojans, holding Dallastown to five hits with one strikeout and one walk. At the plate, Eytcheson had a two-run triple in the first inning to get the Suburban offense going. Dallastown's Madisyn Johnson was the only player with a multi-hit performance, going 2 for 3 with a double.
West York 14, Hanover 2: At Hanover, Jossalin Shipley and Keara Hepler supplied three hits apiece and Claire Flohr drove in two runs for the Bulldogs. Sarah Godfrey struck out six batters en route to the victory.