Leadoff hitter Nathan Himes had three hits and scored following all three for Boonsboro (3-1, 3-1). Jay Love hit a two-run single and finished with four RBI, while Keith Kellinger drove in three.
Chad Wolfe and Geoff Hillis had two hits for Catoctin (3-2, 3-2).
Middletown 6, North 5
MIDDLETOWN, Md. - David Artell had two hits and two RBI and Pete Colwell had two hits to lead Middletown (1-3) over North Hagerstown (1-4).
T.J. Hose had two hits for the Hubs.
Jefferson 11, Berkeley Springs 1
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Dave Pugh drove in three runs, including a two-run home run in the third inning, to lift Jefferson to a five-inning victory over Berkeley Springs.
Winning pitcher Terry Mumaw allowed four hits and no earned runs while striking out three without a walk in four innings.
Juwaan Holmes, Justin Dailey and Steve Kozak had two hits each for the Cougars (8-3).
Waynesboro 9, Carlisle 0
CARLISLE, Pa. - Brock Emery had eight strikeouts and allowed one hit in six innings, while Eric Kauffman had two hits for Waynesboro (4-0, 3-0 Mid-Penn Commonwealth).
Chambersburg 3, Northern 2
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Andrew Burke had 10 strikeouts while walking three for his first win of the year for Chambersburg.
Brandon Mummert went 2-for-3 and scored two runs for the Trojans (3-1, 3-0 Mid-Penn Commonwealth).
Greencastle 10, Trinity 0
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Dayne Davis, Brett Sellers and Zack Spidel each drove in two runs, and Bobby Group struck out four in a two-hitter for Greencastle as the Blue Devils (6-0) beat Trinity.
Heritage 12, CVCS 2
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Heritage Academy had only three hits, but took advantage of six errors by Cumberland Valley Christian to gain a victory.
Drew Kidd had two hits and pitched his way to victory with six strikeouts and two walks in five innings for the Eagles (1-0).
Smithsburg 6, Williamsport 3
WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport turned a triple play in the seventh inning, but lost to Smithsburg in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.
The triple play started when, with runners on first and second, Smithsburg hit a line drive that Williamsport shortstop Heather Taylor caught. Her throw to second to try to double up the runner sailed long, but right fielder Catie Vancour threw to third basemen Sarah Hardin for the ensuing tag-out. Hardin then threw to second baseman Staci Grabil for a tag-out at second to finish it.
Alyssa Reed went 2-for-4 to lead the Leopards.
Holli Bowers went 2-for-4 and Amber Taylor hit a two-run double for Williamsport (2-3, 2-3).
Middletown 10, North 0
MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Emily Enders had two hits and three RBI for Middletown in the Knights' victory over North Hagerstown.
Jessica Metzner went 3-for-4, Andrea Riner had two RBI and Emily Warrenfeltz threw a one-hitter with three strikeouts for Middletown (3-1).
Catoctin 3, Boonsboro 0
BOONSBORO - Sam Weaver and Alecia Bradenburg combined on a two-hit shutout for the Cougars in the MVAL. Weaver, Heidi Stull and Shawna Wilkes drove in runs.
Jessi Hammersla allowed all three runs on five hits in a complete-game effort for Boonsboro (1-3, 1-3).
Musselman 23, Clear Spring 3
CLEAR SPRING - Sara Albright went 5-for-5 with a grand slam, five RBI and five runs scored as Musselman rolled.
Jennifer Quaglio had three RBI while April Kees, Kristen Butts and Amanda Shanholtz had two RBI apiece for the Applemen (3-1-1). Nicki Martin had two hits and two stolen bases.
Waynesboro 3, Big Spring 1
NEWVILLE, Pa. - Sandra Hall scored twice for Waynesboro (3-1, 2-1 Mid-Penn Commonwealth).
Shippensburg 8, Greencastle 3
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Katey Reed went 3-for-4 with a three-run home run for Shippensburg (2-0).
Tracy Carbaugh had an RBI triple, while Jess Statler took the loss for the Blue Devils (4-1).
McConnellsburg 17, Tussey Mountain 2
SAXTON, Pa. - Darcy Everetts' grand slam keyed an eight-run seventh inning as McConnellsburg beat Tussey Mountain.
Krystle Howell drove in three runs for the Spartans (3-2).
Northern Bedford 3, Southern Fulton 1
LOYSBURG, Pa. - Greta Snowberger hit a two-run triple in the second inning to lead Northern (3-0) over Southern Fulton (0-2).
Heritage 0, CVCS 0
Heritage Academy couldn't score a goal in the first girls soccer game in school history, but the Eagles didn't allow a goal either against visiting Cumberland Valley Christian School.