Kennard-Dale was the only York-Adams League softball winner on Tuesday, thanks largely to a monster effort from Teanna Webb.

The Rams rolled to a 14-4 triumph over Shippensburg in a District 3-AAA first-round game at New Oxford High School.

Eight York-Adams teams competed in the district playoffs on Tuesday, but only the Rams came out on the winning side.

The 11th-seeded Rams improved to 13-7, while No. 6 seed Shippensburg finished at 14-7.

K-D will now advance to the quarterfinals on Thursday, when the Rams will take on No. 3 seed Greencastle (16-6) at 4:30 p.m. at New Oxford High School. Greencastle beat No. 14 seed Middletown on Tuesday, 7-3. Middletown finished at 9-11.

The Rams used the big inning to earn the win, plating three runs in the second inning, six in the fourth and four in the seventh.

Webb finished 3-for-5, including a double and a triple, and drove in seven of K-D's 14 runs.

Julia D'Arrigo pitched a complete-game to get the win on the mound. She struck out five and walked one. She also helped her own cause, going 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a run scored.

Rhiannon McGlone (two hits, three runs scored), Sara Driggers (two hits) and Sarah Baldwin (two hits, one run scored) also excelled for the winners.

K-D outhit Shippensburg, 14-9. The Rams were helped by five Shippensburg errors.



CUMBERLAND VALLEY 10, SPRING GROVE 0: At Messiah College, the Rockets suffered a six-inning, mercy rule loss in the opening round of the District 3-AAAA playoffs against top-seeded Cumberland Valley, which improved to 21-2.

Spring Grove managed just three hits off Cumberland Valley pitcher Kayla Sullenberger, who struck out eight and walked only one.

The Rockets, who came in seeded No. 16, finished the season at 13-9. Spring Grove did win the York-Adams Division II title this season.

NORTHERN YORK 2, SUSQUEHANNOCK 0: At Spring Grove, the Warriors managed just one hit in a District 3-AAA first-round loss to Northern.

Sara Lynch pitched a complete-game two-hitter for the Warriors, striking out eight and walking two. Northern's Shanon Ward, however, was just a little better, hurling a one-hit shutout. She struck out six and walked one.

Mallory Lebo's infield single was Susquehannock's only hit. Angie Mikos doubled for Northern.

The No. 8 seed Warriors finished at 11-8, while No. 9 seed Northern improved to 14-6.

DONEGAL 10, DOVER 1: At Manheim, the Indians jumped out to a 3-0 lead at the end of the first and went on to capture the District 3-AAA first-round victory.

For the Eagles, Natalie Cutright went 2-for-3, including a double, while Megan Goodman went 2-for-3. Pitcher Alexis Gohn struck out three and walked four in a complete-game effort.

No. 15 seed Dover finished the season at 8-11. No. 2 seed Donegal improved to 19-3.

SOLANCO 5, DALLAS TOWN 4: At Millersville, the Wildcats saw their season end with a narrow loss in a District 3-AAAA first-round game.

The No. 10 seed Wildcats finished at 13-6, while No. 7 seed Solanco improved to 14-5.

Dallastown jumped on top with two first-inning runs before Solanco took the lead, 3-2, with one run in the second and two in the fourth. The Wildcats regained the edge with a two-run top of the fifth, 4-3, but Solanco got the last word with a two-run rally in the bottom of the fifth.

Dallastown outhit Solanco, 6-5.

PEQUEA VALLEY 15, LITTLESTOWN 1: At Elizabethtown, the Lady Bolts got overwhelmed in a District 3-AA first-round game that lasted just 41/2 innings because of the mercy rule.

Littlestown had just one hit -- a triple by Casey Saylor. Nicole Snider's sacrifice fly drove in Littlestown's only run.

The 10th-seeded Bolts finished at 10-10. No. 7 seed Pequea Valley improved to 13-7 and will face No. 2 seed Delone Catholic (18-1) at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at York's Memorial Field. Delone had a bye on Tuesday.