Prior to the start of the South Penn League championship series, Hanover manager Mark Lomenzo called Cashtown “the giant of the league.”
High Heat Sports Academy, Gettysburg, 16U team recently won the Future Stars Happy Valley Showdown baseball tournament. The team comprised of players from seven area high schools completed a very successful Summer season winning four tournament championships in a row. Pictured, kneeling left…
The 2019 Elk Expo is next weekend, Aug. 17 and 18, at the Elk County Visitor Center in Benezette.
For four innings, Hanover’s Jon Karlheim was able to lock up Cashtown’s high-powered offense and the lanky right-hander carried a one-run lead into the bottom of the fifth.
Cashtown withstood a furious Biglerville rally on Sunday to secure a 6-5 victory that pushed the Pirates into the South Penn League championship series. Cashtown will host Hanover in Game 1 of the best-of-five series beginning on Thursday.
Ever since Hanover lost to Cashtown in five games in the South Penn League championship series a year ago, the Raiders’ driving force has been to get another crack at taking home a title.
You won’t find the word panic in the Hanover Raiders’ lexicon. Team Hanover lost to Carroll County in the opener of a best-of-three. No problem, the Raiders won the next two to advance.