The Christian School of York girls' basketball team will play for the Commonwealth Christian Athletic Conference title on Saturday night.
The Crusaders downed Lititz Christian 37-19 on Thursday night at Mount Calvary Christian to punch their ticket to the championship contest.
Kaitlyn Hess led CSY with 12 points, while Kendis Butler added 10. The Crusaders did not allow more than eight points in any one quarter. CSY is now 17-6 on the season.
CSY will face Harrisburg Christian in Saturday's title battle, set for 6:30 p.m. at Lancaster Bible College. Harrisburg Christian (18-5) downed Mount Calvary Christian in the other semifinal on Thursday, 43-24. CSY and Harrisburg Christian split their two regular-season meetings.
Red Lion Christian 59, Blue Mountain Christian 37: At Red Lion, the home team improved to 14-2 overall behind 19 points from Liz Baker and 18 points from Destiny Hollingshead. Tabitha Garner added 10 points for RLC.
Red Lion Christian 90, Blue Mountain Christian 42: At Red Lion Robert Englestad (23 points, 15 rebounds), Tate Pendall (15 points, 14 rebounds, 11 assists), John Keenan (23 points) and Zach Fahs (11 points, 11 rebounds) paced the high-scoring Swordsmen, who improved to 13-4.
Northeastern 66, York Tech 16: At Tech, the Bobcats got pins from Isaak Gray (106), Tyler Mitzel (160), Elijah Alexander (170), Cloyd Doutrick (182), Connor Slanker (195), Dedrick Turner (220) and Blaine Yinger (285). Tech got a pin from Sam Hoover (113).
Cocalico 49, Kennard-Dale 22: At Cocalico, the Rams received pins from: Justin Miller (113) and Austin McNamee (170) in the non-league match-up. K-D fell to 12-6.