WEATHERLY -- Charlee Rosini threw a complete-game victory and she also went 3-for-4 to lead the Red Raiders to the Schuylkill League win.
Rosini doubled twice on the day, and she also drove in three runs and scored twice for Lourdes (12-4).
n Central Columbia 16,
Hughesville 1 (4 inn.)
ALMEDIA -- Already leading by seven runs, the Blue Jays put together a nine-run fourth to end their HAC-II matchup versus the Spartans. Central improves to 11-4, 9-3 in league play.
n Midd-West 11,
Danville 1 (5 innings)
MIDDLEBURG -- The Mustangs tallied five runs in each of the third and fifth innings to run away for the HAC-I victory.
Alex Lash had a three-run single to key the third inning for Midd-West (8-6, 4-6 HAC), while Matt Aurand hit a two-run double to highlight the fifth for the Mustangs.
"The kids played a good ballgame. We strung the hits together and that's what you have to do," said Midd-West coach Ron Flood.
Shayne Riley went 2-for-2 to lead Danville (4-8, 3-6).
n Halifax 17,
Greenwood 1 (4 inn.)
MILLERSTOWN -- After scoring a run in the first inning and two in the second, Halifax really built momentum in the game with a seven-run third that resulted in the TVL win. Greenwood falls to 1-12 overall with the loss.
n Newport 3,
East Juniata 0
COCOLAMUS -- The Buffaloes got a two-run home run from Megan Reeser in the fourth inning to prevail in the TVL matchup. Reeser finished 3-for-3 for Newport. No other player for either team had more than a single hit.
n Lewisburg 5,
MUNCY -- On Wednesday the senior class took care of business for Lewisburg as it wrapped up its fourth straight HAC-II title.
On Thursday however, it was time for the underclassmen to shine for the Green Dragons.
Led by a 6-3, 7-5 win from junior Glen Gallik at No. 1 singles, Lewisburg blanked Muncy to wrap up its regular season.