FAMILIAR GROUND — Hanover’s Pat Brady belts a two-run single during Sunday’s South Penn League semifinal game against New Oxford, at Diller Field. The Raiders held off the Twins, 6-4, to win the best-of-five series in four games. Hanover advances to the championship series for the fifth consecutive year, where it will face Cashtown.

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.

They’ll have their chance now that they’ve vanquished New Oxford in four games in the semifinals, winning the Game 4 clincher, 6-4, Sunday afternoon at Diller Field in Hanover.

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