Here are Monday’s baseball and softball semifinal scores.

You can view the official PIAA baseball brackets here and the softball brackets here.

PIAA BASEBALL
Class AAAA

Spring-Ford 6, Manheim Twp. 5
Conestoga 11, Seneca Valley 1 (6 inn)
Championship: Spring-Ford (25-4) Conestoga (21-4) at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, Penn State University, Friday, 6

Class AAA
Tunkhannock 9, Blue Mountain 0
Northern York 6, Elizabeth-Forward 4
Championship: Tunkhannock (19-2) vs. Northern York (22-5) at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, Penn State University, Friday, 10:30

Class AA
Salisbury Twp. 3, Danville 1
Ellwood City Riverside 5, Martinsburg Central 4
Championship: Salisbury Twp. (20-6) vs. Ellwood City Riverside (19-5) at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, Penn State University, Friday, 3:30

Class A
Reading Central Catholic 8, Muncy 4
Serra Catholic 11, Mercyhurst Prep 4
Championship: Reading Central Catholic (11-13) vs. Serra Catholic (21-3) at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, Penn State University, Friday, 1

PIAA SOFTBALL
Class AAAA

Hatboro-Horsham 2, Neshaminy 0
Pennsbury 7, Greater Latrobe 4
Championship: Hatboro-Horsham (25-2) vs. Pennsbury (23-3) at Nittany Lion Softball Park, Penn State University, Friday, 1

Class AAA
Manheim Central 1, Valley View 0
Valley 1, Bellefonte 0
Championship: Manheim Central (25-4) vs. Valley (20-2) at Nittany Lion Softball Park, Penn State University, Friday, 5

Class AA
Brandywine 2, Christopher Dock Mennonite 0
Philipsburg-Osceola 5, Burrell 0
Championship: Brandywine Heights (26-2) vs. Philipsburg-Osceola (24-1) at Nittany Lion Softball Park, Penn State University, Friday, 11

Class A
Minersville 3, Wyalusing 2
Clarion 3, Chartiers-Houston 2
Championship: Minersville (24-2) vs. Clarion (24-0) at Nittany Lion Softball Park, Penn State University, Friday, 3

  One Response to “PIAA baseball and softball semifinal scoreboard”

  1. Central Catholic’s (Reading) boys got off to a horrendous start this year. They barely qualified for D-3’s Class A field as the 10th and last seed, yet they won four straight games to win the District 3 championship. Now, they have made it all the way to the state final and STILL have a losing record at 11-13. I can’t think of any other team in any sport that has won a state title with a losing record. Can anyone else? If the Cards win one more, they might be the very first! It could be a storybook ending for Central in its last year of existence!

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