When using Touch in WPF it is possible to scroll lists. It’s just that the Window is moving to give Feedback when you are reaching the end of the list. This is not always what you want. To make your application ignore this behavior you can mark the ManipulationBoundaryFeedback event handled:
.. your application is here…
private void ManipulationBoundaryFeedbackHandler
(object sender, ManipulationBoundaryFeedbackEventArgs e)
e.Handled = true;
The event is bubbling only, so if you place the event handler on your LayoutRoot it should work for all lists.
Actually there is also a System settings in the Panning Tab in the Pen and Touch settings dialog. This is a setting the end users can choose.