Angie Delise had three hits, including a home run and two RBIs. Courtney Jones and Darrian Schade each drove in two runs for Central.
Kayla Michael drove in the lone run for the Bulldogs.
CENTRAL 13, WEST YORK 1
Central 101 003 8 -- 13 17 0
West York 010 000 0 -- 1 6 6
CY, Taylor Rohrbaugh and Ally Dziwis; WY, Sarah Godfrey and Kara Gruver. SO-BB -- CY, Rohrbaugh 10-2; WY, Godfrey 0-3. W -- Rohrbaugh. L -- Godfrey. 2B -- CY, Courtney Jones. 3B -- CY, Taylor Rohrbaugh; WY, Rebecca Heltzel, Keara Hepler. HR -- CY, Angie Delise.
--- York County Tech 13, Eastern York 7: Katrina McLane had eight strikeouts and didn't walk a batter in her complete-game win.
York Tech took the lead for good with five runs in the bottom of the fifth, breaking a 6-6 tie. The Spartans overcame eight errors and took advantage of 17 walks.
YORK TECH 13, EASTERN 7
Eastern 040 020 1 -- 7 10 5
York Tech 103 252 x -- 13 5 8
EY, Sierra Arnold, Mariah Miller (5) and Chelsea Talbot; YCT, Katrina McLane and Dani Aikins.
--- New Oxford 5, Dover 3: Lindsay Miller's first-inning RBI single gave the visiting Colonials head start in their win over the Eagles.
NEW OXFORD 5, DOVER 3
New Oxford 101 100 2 -- 5 6 1
Dover 001 010 1 -- 3 4 3
NO, Nicole Ayers and Katlyn Whitmore; Do, Alexis Gohn and Allie Howdard. SO-BB -- NO, Ayers 6-4; Do, Gohn 6-3. W -- Ayers L -- Gohn. 2B -- Do, Katie Diehl.
--- South Western 3, Northeastern 2: South Western overcame four doubles by Northeastern players and defeated the host Bobcats.
The winners scored their runs in the second and third innings to hold off Northeastern.
Jess Weaver led South Western with three hit and an RBI. Erica Anderson, Kirstin Hughes, Alyssa Demongone and Natalee Brown each doubled for Northeastern.
--- Susquehannock 13, Biglerville 3: Susquehannock scored its runs between the third and game-ending sixth innings and never trailed against host Biglerville.
For Biglerville, Maddie Wenk had two hits and two runs and Alyssa Kuhn had a hit and two runs batted in.
--- Littlestown 7, Fairfield 4: Alyson Shroder had seven strikeouts and Sam Butt was 4-for-5 to pace visiting Littlestown, which had 13 hits. Lauren Gorski went 2-for-3 for the host Green Knights.