Big softball games dotted the schedule late last week, and that will also be the case entering this upcoming one.

On Monday night, YAIAA Division I will be on the line, when Central York faces Dallastown with the divisional title up for grabs. Central enters play with a 12-1 record in divisional play, while Dallastown holds an 11-2 mark. A Panthers’ win, and they’re outright divisional champions. A Wildcats’ victory, and the two teams will share the title at the close of the regular season.

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Another big game took place on Friday, when West York visited Dover. It was the Eagles coming out on top 10-3, earning their first division title in 19 years as the team now holds a 9-4 record in Division II.

Kennard-Dale and Littlestown also hit the stretch drive neck and neck in YAIAA Division III, with each team standing at 12-1 in divisional play.

In Division IV, Delone Catholic clinched its title a long time ago, with its 11-2 district mark well in front of the next-closest competitor.

In girls track and field, Dallastown, Red Lion and Central York shared the title, with each team holding a 5-1-0 record. Eastern York won Division II outright, while Delone Catholic took home the Division III title.

And in girls’ lacrosse, Kennard-Dale wrapped up its week with Morgan Day apparently tying the state scoring record with 432 career goals and the Rams wrapping up a YAIAA championship with a 16-0 overall record and an 11-0 mark in league.

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