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The YAIAA crowned some champions this week while other teams and individuals had to wait to collect their hardware during a wet week in York County.

The YAIAA baseball championships were originally scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Sovereign Bank Stadium. But the tournament was moved to today and Tuesday because of the threat of inclement weather, which did, indeed, hit the area.

The aforementioned storm suspended the YAIAA Track and Field Championships, which will be picked up at 5 p.m. tonight back at Dallastown.

The event wasn't a complete washout as champions were crowned in both boys and girls action, highlighted by the Red Lion girls winning their fourth straight 3,200 relay title.

Softball couldn't hide from the weather, either. Both YAIAA semifinal games began Thursday afternoon and didn't finish until Friday.

In one semifinal, Taylor Rohrbaugh's no-hitter lifted Central York into today's championship game with a 10-0 win vs. Kennard-Dale. In the other semi, Delone Catholic won a slugfest vs. Spring Grove, 13-6.

The Panthers and Squirettes will meet at 5 p.m. today at New Oxford.

Believe it or not, despite all of those postponements and suspensions, the YAIAA did crown lacrosse tournament champions last week.

In the boys' game, Central York scored twice in the final 20 seconds to edge West York, 13-12, on Thursday. Ian Desenberg tied the game late and Sherief Sutton gave Central the title with his goal 13 seconds before the end of regulation.

On the girls' side, it was more of the same as Kennard-Dale beat York Catholic, 11-7, for its third straight league tournament title.

Kennard-Dale goalie Alána Pietra, who played the same position for York Catholic last year, stood huge net to help the Rams win. It was the fifth time in two years the programs met.

There wasn't a tournament for it last week, but boys' volleyball took center stage for a few days.

First, Central York fought off Eastern York, 3-1 (25-14, 23-25, 25-19, 25-20) on Tuesday to stay undefeated. But, the Panthers' perfect season didn't make it the weekend.

Thursday night, in front of a packed house, Central dropped a 3-1 (25-22, 21-25, 25-20, 25-21) decision to Northeastern. The win earned the Bobcats the outright YAIAA regular-season title.

If you have an opinion about which player had the best week, make sure to vote for our YAIAA boys' and girls' athletes of the week. The poll closes at 5 p.m. today. The winners will then have a chance to be named our GameTimePA.com Athletes of the Week.

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