The Public League softball playoffs started Monday with a rare individual performance as Frankford's Moriah Cedeno drove in 13 runs during the Pioneers' 20-9 first-round victory over visiting Science Leadership.

Cedeno, a freshman shortstop, batted with the bases loaded three times and produced two grand slams and a three-run triple, and also added a two-run single.

According to the National Federation of State High School Associations' record book, the national record for RBIs in a game is 16, set in 1983.

In other playoff action, Engineering and Science won its first playoff game in 10 years, 24-7, at CAPA as pitcher Tiana Ragsdale went 5 for 5 with eight RBIs, and Amanda McLean added four hits and five runs scored.

Yania Lewis lined three doubles, including a bases-clearing two-bagger in the fourth inning, and sparked Kensington's 12-8 win over visiting GAMP.

Keycha Nunez pitched Edison's 7-4 triumph at Swenson. Lions freshman pitcher Alexis Collopy struck out 11 and set a school record of 105 strikeouts in a season.

Jessica Zelonis lofted a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning to score Sonja Tercier with the winning run in Franklin Learning Center's 10-9 win over visiting Bodine. FLC infielders Jecca Leonard and Ashley Velez turned a game-ending double play.

Catholic. Cardinal O'Hara earned a berth in the league's playoff quarterfinals with an 11-3 first-round win over visiting Neumann-Goretti. Molly Rafferty drove in three runs with two triples.

Archbishop Carroll also advanced with a 5-4 success against visiting Little Flower. Shannon DeFusco hit a three-run homer.

Suburban One. Wissahickon's 7-1 win over visiting Cheltenham gave the Trojans the American Conference championship. Katie Ziegler hit for the cycle, driving in three runs.

Lacrosse

Germantown Friends bounced visiting Moorestown Friends, 18-8, from the Friends Schools League semifinals. Annie Morrissey scored eight goals, and Iris Williamson added three goals and four assists.