Gettysburg 5, Red Lion 1

The Warriors broke through for three runs in the fourth inning and tacked on two more in the seventh for good measure in their win over the host Lions on Monday.

Zach Ketterman and Logan Moseley finished with two RBI apiece for Gettysburg (6-2), which won its fifth-straight game.

Marshall Mott tossed 5.1 innings of one-run ball, allowing just one hit while striking out five. Josh Topper worked the final 1.2 frames of relief to close things out.

Gettysburg made the most of its five hits against Lion ace C.J. Czerwinski, who fanned 10 without walking a batter but was tagged with the loss.

Gettysburg 000 300 2 — 5 5 0

Red Lion 010 000 1 — 1 2 1

Marshall Mott, Josh Topper (6). Czerwinski, Glatfelter (7). WP: Mott. LP: Czerwinski. SO-BB: Mott 5-4, Topper 1-0, Czerwinski 10-0, Glatfelter 1-1


Littlestown 14, York Tech 2

The Bolts used an eight-run fifth to put the Spartans away early on Monday.

The middle portion of Littlestown’s lineup delivered in a big way, collecting all nine of the team’s hits. Caitlin Eader went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI, while Molly Watkins, Megan Gorsuch and Carli Thayer smacked two hits apiece. Gorsuch scored three times and drilled a two-bagger.

Amaya Bowman logged all five frames inside the circle, adding eight strikeouts to her season total in a two-hitter.

Littlestown 112 28 — 14 9 1

York Tech 200 00 — 2 2 9

WP: Amaya Bowman. LP: Shue. SO-BB: Bowman 8-3, Shue 4-6. 2B: L-Megan Gorsuch, Caitlin Eader; YT-Bond

York Catholic 8, Bermudian Springs 1

Rebecca Baum handcuffed the Eagles on Monday, limiting them to just four singles over seven innings of YAIAA action. She struck out six and walked three batters.

Bermudian took a 1-0 lead in the third inning thanks to Maya Kemper’s wheels. Kemper singled and promptly stole second and third base to put herself in scoring position. Abby Hursh then hit a grounder that allowed Kemper to scoot home with the game’s initial run.

Kemper, Hannah Chenault, Emily Shearer and Megan Holtzinger tallied singles for the Eagles.

Kemper also tossed a complete game from the pitching circle, finishing with six strikeouts and six walks.

Bermudian Springs 001 000 0 - 1 4 0

York Catholic 004 202 x - 8 9 1

WP: Baum. LP: Maya Kemper. SO-BB: Kemper 6-6, Baum 6-3. 2B: YC-Baum, Gardini, Pollock


New Oxford 5, Littlestown 0

The red-hot Colonials won their fifth-straight match, pinning a shutout on the Bolts Monday afternoon.

Justin Gruver, Brian Klunk and Michael Pagnanelli tallied straight-set wins in singles action for the Ox (9-3).

Silas Mackey and Rohan Rashid didn’t yield a game in their triumph at top doubles.

Singles: 1. Justin Gruver (NO) d. Nate Remington 6-0, 6-0; 2. Brian Klunk (NO) d. Jason Anderson 6-3, 7-6(8-6); 3. Michael Pagnanelli (NO) d. Jason Arnett 6-2, 6-1

Doubles: 1. Silas Mackey/Rohan Rashid (NO) d. Diego Sandoval/Trent Boritz 6-0, 6-0; 2. James Shea/Zach Barnhart (NO) won by forfeit

Bermudian Springs 5, Dover 0

The Eagles evened their record at 6-6 following Monday’s shutout of Dover.

Brett Laughman, Maverick Knowles and Nathan Edmondson rolled to straight-set victories, as did the No. 1 doubles pairing of Jarrett LoConte and Nathan Karom.

Singles: 1. Brett Laughman (BS) d. Tennison Metz 6-0, 6-2; 2. Maverick Knowles (BS) d. Jacob Becker 6-3, 6-2; 3. Nathan Edmondson (BS) d. Dylan Shupe 6-2, 6-1

Doubles: 1. Jarrett LoConte/Nathan Karom (BS) d. Tyler Vaden/Ian Miller 6-1, 6-3; 2. Ethan Mechling/Brandon Hoover (BS) won by forfeit

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