Catholic. Archbishop Carroll rolled past Cardinal O'Hara, 19-3, in the final at Neumann University.
Tri-County. Barrack Hebrew captured its first league championship with an 11-7 win over visiting Kimberton Waldorf. Dani Levin, who has 94 goals this season, was held without a goal but assisted five times, and Tamara Parmet's five goals and Sarah Weinblat's three lifted the Cougars.
Bri Kofer knocked in Cassie Alexy in the first inning, and Haleigh Williams made the run stand up for Spring-Ford's 1-0 win over visiting West Chester East in the second round of the District 1 Class AAAA tournament.
Williams had two of the Rams' five hits and scattered five hits.
North Penn squeezed past host Downingtown West, 4-2, sparked by Jess Mower's two singles, two doubles, and three runs scored, and Michelle Holweger's three hits.
Central Bucks South's Haileigh Stocks outdueled Wissahickon's Katie Ziegler as host South won by shutout for the seventh time this spring, 4-0.
Methacton also posted a 4-0 win, ousting host Downingtown East with Maddy Lowery's four-hit pitching. Rachel Picozzi and Sarah Rambo combined for five hits and two RBIs.
Bishop Shanahan advanced by beating visiting Perkiomen Valley, 5-1. Home runs by Alyssa Lewis, Erica Keen and pitcher Kate Poppe accounted for all of the Eagles' runs.
District 1 Class AAA. Oxford received two RBIs each from Jordan Sheffield, Jill Freese, and Megan Frisco en route to an 8-5, first-round win at Gwynedd-Mercy.
Phoenixville's Courtney Panepinto drove in three runs, and Michelle Stehman had two hits and two RBIs during an 8-4 win over visiting Upper Moreland.
Catholic. St. Hubert will play in the league title game for the sixth straight year after ousting Archbishop Wood, 9-0, in the semifinals at Arcadia University.
Erica Ragazzone struck out 14 batters and went 3 for 4 with a two-run double and a two-run homer. Jess Grzywna added four hits.
Archbishop Ryan's semifinal against Conwell-Egan was postponed because of rain.
Pa. Independent Schools. Agnes Irwin's Lauren Fortunato hit a bases-empty homer in the first inning and a three-run homer in the third, highlighting a 10-0, playoff-quarterfinal win over visiting Shipley. Sophomore Katie Wenger fanned 12 with 80 pitches in five innings.
Eight-time defending Public League champion Central advanced to the league title game with a 2-0 semifinal win over Masterman at Northeast. Nafeesa Cannady and Lisa Tomczuk scored the Lancers' goals. Cannady scored in the second minute, and Tomczuk, who assisted Cannady's goal, added an insurance goal 18 minutes later. Lancers goalie Samantha Cavalli made eight saves.
Franklin Towne Charter converted Stefanie Ulmer's three-goal performance into a 3-1 success against Philadelphia Academy Charter. Ulmer scored the game-winner two minutes after PAC's Colleen Broomhead tied the game early in the second half.