SOFTBALL

Biglerville 9, York Tech 5

Mya Miller crushed a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth inning to push the Canners past the visiting Spartans on Monday.

Biglerville trailed 5-4 entering the inning before consecutive singles by Hanna Ryon, Jillian Buchheister and MacKensie Vance loaded the bases. An RBI groundout by Gracie Roberts squared the game at 5 apiece, and a walk to Hayleigh Smith packed the sacks once again.

Miller fell behind 0-2 before slamming the next pitch over the fence in left-center for the decisive blast.

Smith, who allowed only three hits from the pitching circle, retired the Tech side in order in the seventh to seal the win.

Vance and Charlotte King finished with two hits apiece for the Canners.

Littlestown 5, Kennard-Dale 4

Carter Clabaugh slugged a two-run home run to cap a furious finish by the victorious Bolts on Monday.

Littlestown trailed 4-0 into the fifth, where it pushed a pair of runs across the plate. The hosts drew to within a run before Clabaugh’s clout, which scored Caitlin Eader who had previously reached on a double.

Amaya Bowman worked around nine hits while striking out four in a complete-game effort from the circle.

Kennard-Dale 020 020 0 — 4 9 2

Littlestown 000 023 x — 5 6 2

Kopko, Hurley (6). Bowman. WP: Bowman. LP: Kopko. SO-BB: Kopko 5-4, Hurley 2-0, Bowman 4-1. 2B: KD-Thomas; L-Caitlin Eader, Molly Watkins, Kacie Frock. HR: L-Carter Clabaugh.

Gettysburg 15, William Penn 0

Kaelyn Blocher drove in three runs and Aubriegh DeFriece plated a pair as the Warriors took care of the Bearcats in short order on Monday.

Jenna Brasee, Hayley Cisney and Berit Miller each pitched an inning for Gettysburg, combining for seven strikeouts.

William Penn 000 — 0 1 6

Gettysburg 87x — 15 5 0

Gonzalez and Tempe. Brasee, Cisney (2), Miller (3) and Keller, Blocher (2), Schachle (3). WP: Brasee. LP: Gonzalez. SO-BB: Gonzalez 2-9, Brasee 3-0, Cisney 1-0, Miller 3-0.

Fairfield 4, York Catholic 1

Ryleigh Bolyard added another home run to her growing season total on Monday, helping the Knights nip the Irish.

Bolyard went 2-for-3 with a double and the homer, accounting for half of Fairfield’s base hits. Madison Cromwell picked up an RBI in support of pitcher Haylee Wastler, who fanned seven in a four-hitter.

York Catholic 100 000 0 — 1 4 2

Fairfield 010 012 x — 4 4 1

WP: H. Wastler. LP: Baum. SO-BB: Baum 10-0, H. Wastler 7-3. 2B: YC-Baum, F-Bolyard. HR: F-Bolyard

BASEBALL

Gettysburg 4, Dover 0

Marshall Mott fired six spectacular innings on Monday as the Warriors captured their third straight YAIAA-2 championship.

Gettysburg (11-2), which won its 10th consecutive game, tallied all four of its runs over the first three stanzas. Dillon Gebler, Dylan Ed and Logan Moseley chased home a run apiece in the victory.

Mott not only piled up six strikeouts from the mound but also singled three times in four at-bats. Ed and Alex Meckley finished with two hits each as well.

Gettysburg 112 000 0 — 4 9 2

Dover 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

Mott, Ketterman (7). Klinefelter, Ifkovitz (4). WP: Mott. LP: Klinefelter. SO-BB: Mott 6-1, Ketterman 0-1, Klinefelter 0-1, Ifkovitz 3-2. 2B: G-Ed

Delone Catholic 7, Hanover 1

After allowing a run in the top of the first, Adam Pascoe delivered six straight shutout frames to lead the way for the Squires on Monday. Pascoe finished with six strikeouts and did not walk a batter.

Avery Kuntz and Pascoe were both 2-for-3 with two RBI apiece at the top of the Delone lineup. Josh Sherdel added two hits and scored twice for Delone, which scored five runs in a decisive fifth inning.

Hanover 100 000 0 — 1 5 0

Delone Catholic 010 150 x — 7 9 3

Worley, Stremmel (5). Pascoe. WP: Pascoe. LP: Worley. SO-BB: Worley 2-5, Stremmel 1-2, Pascoe 6-0. 2B: DC-Rineman

Biglerville 10, York Tech 1

Nick Wright, Aaron Stremmel and Kyle Gillingham combined for seven of Biglerville’s 10 hits in Monday’s romp over York Tech.

Stremmel was 3-for-3, Gillingham drove in three runs on a pair of singles and Wright went 2-for-2 with three runs scored.

Tyler Weikert and Wyatt Kline knocked in two runs each for the winners as well.

York Tech 000 100 0 — 1 2 1

Biglerville 044 101 x — 10 10 0

Zorbaugh, Rogers (2), Summers II (3), Giacopello (4), Lopez (6). Bretzman, Weikert (4), Brewer (5), Johnson (7). WP: Bretzman. LP: Zorbaugh. SO-BB: Zorbaugh 1-0, Rogers 1-3, Summers II 0-2, Giacopello 2-0, Lopez 0-0, Bretzman 6-1, Weikert 1-0, Brewer 2-1, Johnson 0-0. 2B: B-Nick Wright

South Western 4, Central York 3

Alex Klingler delivered a two-run, walk-off single that pushed the Mustangs past the Panthers on Monday.

Derek Huff also plated a pair of runs for South Western, which made the most of its three hits.

Ethan Stalnecker fanned four in two innings of relief for the win.

Central York 010 001 1 — 3 7 1

South Western 000 002 2 — 4 3 2

Livingston, Richeson (6), Marquard (7). Huff, Wilson (3), Stalnecker (6). WP: Stalnecker. LP: Richeson. SO-BB: Livingston 5-2, Richeson 0-2, Marquard 0-0, Huff 3-3, Wilson 3-1, Stalnecker 4-1. 2B: CY-Nadzom

Susquehannock 4, New Oxford 3

Colonial batters racked up a dozen hits but only scored three times, stranding nine runners on base in Monday’s loss to the Warriors.

Colin Miller and Peyton Megonnell belted three hits each, and AJ Baadte singled and doubled in the loss.

Leadoff man Brevin Neveker laced a two-run single in the second for the Ox.

New Oxford 020 010 0 — 3 12 0

Susquehannock 200 200 x — 4 11 0

Phillips. Miller, Gardner (7). WP: Miller. LP: Phillips. SO-BB: Phillips 0-1, Miller 3-2, Gardner 2-0. 2B: NO-Baadte, S-Miller.

West York 3, Bermudian Springs 1

Tyler Sims allowed only three hits over five innings but was saddled with a tough-luck loss on Monday when the Bulldogs scored three unearned runs.

Tanner Althoff drove in Shane Starner in the fifth to make it a 3-1 game but the Eagles were unable to draw closer over the last two innings.

Bermudian Springs 000 010 0 — 1 5 3

West York 001 200 x — 3 3 0

Sims, Carroll (6). Wetzel, Knisley (7). WP: Wetzel. LP: Sims. SO-BB: Sims 6-4, Carroll 2-1, Wetzel 4-2, Knisley 0-0. 2B: WY-Minot, Eyler

Kennard-Dale 10, Littlestown 1

The Rams used a seven-run eruption in the fifth to run away from the Thunderbolts on Monday. Littlestown trailed 2-1 heading into the pivotal stanza.

Austin Brown picked up the lone RBI for the Bolts, plating Zach Jones.

Kennard-Dale 100 070 1 — 10 9 0

Littlestown 010 000 0 — 1 5 0

Sinnott, Moscynski (7). Martindale, Huffman (5), Unger (6). WP: Sinnott. LP: Martindale. SO-BB: Sinnott 8-4, Moscynski 1-0, Martindale 5-4, Huffman 1-4, Unger 0-0. 2B: KD-Cooper, Williams. HR: KD-Romig

York Catholic 6, Fairfield 3

The Knights were in position to score an upset on Monday before the Irish rallied for five runs over the final two innings to snatch a 6-3 victory.

Cody Valentine, Jake Myers and Jonas Holz had RBI for the hosts, who led 3-0 into the sixth. Austin Riley and Myers both singled twice.

York Catholic 000 102 3 — 6 6 1

Fairfield 000 300 0 — 3 6 4

Bullen, Kordaz (6). Koons, Devilbiss. WP: Kordaz. LP: Devilbiss. SO-BB: Bullen 3-5, Kordaz 0-0, Koons 4-1, Devilbiss 1-2. 2B: YC-DeMarco

BOYS’ TENNIS

YAIAA Doubles Championships

At least two Times Area tandems will qualify for the upcoming District 3 Class 2A Doubles Championships, following a strong showing at the YAIAA tournament on Monday.

Delone Catholic’s Matt Steinberg and Paul Tily backed up their No. 2 seed with a pair of wins to move into today’s semifinals at South Western High School. Steinberg and Tily needed three sets to dispatch Biglerville’s Michael Rayo and Carlos Castillo, the seventh seed.

The Squire duo will square off with another set of Canners thanks to a big day from unseeded Aaron Orndorff and Jorge Cervantes. The Biglerville team posted a 6-2, 6-2 win before upsetting third-seeded Andy Snyder and Marin Thomas of Susquehannock 7-5, 6-1.

From there, Orndorff and Cervantes thumped No. 6 Jake Altimore and Jacob Landis of West York 6-2, 6-1 to push into the semis.

On the other side of the bracket, Brett Laughman and Nathan Edmondson of Bermudian Springs enjoyed a strong start, rolling to wins of 6-1, 6-1 and 6-2, 6-2. Their quarterfinal match came against teammates Ethan Mechling and Nathan Karom, who ditched No. 4 Nate Remington and Jason Anderson of Littlestown 7-5, 6-4 in the second round.

Laughman and Edmondson claimed the all-Eagle battle to set up a match against top-seeded Augie Citrone and Jack Citrone of West York.

Action resumes at 2 p.m. today at South Western, where the top three finishing pairings automatically qualify for districts.

Class 2A

Monday

Key: Big-Biglerville, BS-Bermudian Springs, DC-Delone Catholic, Han-Hanover, Lit-Littlestown, Sus-Susquehannock, WY-West York, YC-York Catholic

First Round

McDonald/Lochte (Sus) d. Scott Stanko/Harrison Stewart (Big) 6-2, 6-4; Underwood/Gingerich (YC) d. Fuentes/Conaway (WY) 6-3, 6-3; Ethan Mechling/Nathan Karom (BS) d. Guy/Vu (WY) 6-7 (7-5), 6-2, 6-0; Jeremy Jiang/Isaac Sheerer (DC) d. Rogari/Walmer (Sus) 7-5, 6-4; Ben Elsner/Jeremy Snyder (DC) d. Antonio Corona/Owen Smith (Han) 6-1, 6-4; Aaron Orndorff/Jorge Cervantes (Big) d. Jimbo/Arnett/Diego Sandoval (Lit) 6-2, 6-2; Collins/Watkins (Sus) d. Jarrett LoConte/Ryan Miller (BS) 6-4, 6-2; Evan Brady/Parker Staub (DC) d. Pesci/Reck (Sus) 7-6 (7-2), 3-6, 6-3

Second Round

1. A. Citrone/J. Citrone (WY) d. McDonald/Lochte (Sus) 6-3, 6-0; Underwood/Gingerich (YC) d. 8. Josh Lynn/Jonny Martinez (Han) 6-0, 6-1; Mechling/Karom (BS) d. 4. Nate Remington/Jason Anderson (Lit) 7-5, 6-4; 5. Brett Laughman/Nathan Edmondson (BS) d. Jiang/Snyder (DC) 6-1, 6-1; 6. Altimore/Landis (WY) d. Elsner/Snyder (DC) 6-1, 6-1; Orndorff/Cervantes (Big) d. 3. Snyder/Thomas (Sus) 7-5, 6-1; 7. Michael Rayo/Carlos Castillo (Big) d. Collins/Watkins (Sus) 6-1, 6-2; 2. Matt Steinberg/Paul Tily (DC) d. Brady/Staub (DC) 6-0, 6-0

Quarterfinals

Citrone/Citrone (WY) d. Underwood/Gingerich (YC) 6-1, 6-0; Laughman/Edmondson (BS) d. Mechling/Karom (BS) 6-2, 6-2; Orndorff/Cervantes (Big) d. Altimore/Landis (WY) 6-2, 6-1; Steinberg/Tily (DC) d. Rayo/Castillo (Big) 6-1, 3-6, 6-3

SOFTBALL

Biglerville 9, York Tech 5

Mya Miller crushed a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth inning to push the Canners past the visiting Spartans on Monday.

Biglerville trailed 5-4 entering the inning before consecutive singles by Hanna Ryon, Jillian Buchheister and MacKensie Vance loaded the bases. An RBI groundout by Gracie Roberts squared the game at 5 apiece, and a walk to Hayleigh Smith packed the sacks once again.

Miller fell behind 0-2 before slamming the next pitch over the fence in left-center for the decisive blast.

Smith, who allowed only three hits from the pitching circle, retired the Tech side in order in the seventh to seal the win.

Vance and Charlotte King finished with two hits apiece for the Canners.

Littlestown 5, Kennard-Dale 4

Carter Clabaugh slugged a two-run home run to cap a furious finish by the victorious Bolts on Monday.

Littlestown trailed 4-0 into the fifth, where it pushed a pair of runs across the plate. The hosts drew to within a run before Clabaugh’s clout, which scored Caitlin Eader who had previously reached on a double.

Amaya Bowman worked around nine hits while striking out four in a complete-game effort from the circle.

Kennard-Dale 020 020 0 - 4 9 2

Littlestown 000 023 x - 5 6 2

Kopko, Hurley (6). Bowman. WP: Bowman. LP: Kopko. SO-BB: Kopko 5-4, Hurley 2-0, Bowman 4-1. 2B: KD-Thomas; L-Caitlin Eader, Molly Watkins, Kacie Frock. HR: L-Carter Clabaugh.

Gettysburg 15, William Penn 0

Kaelyn Blocher drove in three runs and Aubriegh DeFriece plated a pair as the Warriors took care of the Bearcats in short order on Monday.

Jenna Brasee, Hayley Cisney and Berit Miller each pitched an inning for Gettysburg, combining for seven strikeouts.

William Penn 000 - 0 1 6

Gettysbur 87x - 15 5 0

Gonzalez and Tempe. Brasee, Cisney (2), Miller (3) and Keller, Blocher (2), Schachle (3). WP: Brasee. LP: Gonzalez. SO-BB: Gonzalez 2-9, Brasee 3-0, Cisney 1-0, Miller 3-0.

Fairfield 4, York Catholic 1

Ryleigh Bolyard added another home run to her growing season total on Monday, helping the Knights nip the upset-minded Irish.

Bolyard went 2-for-3 with a double and the homer, accounting for half of Fairfield’s base hits. Madison Cromwell picked up an RBI in support of pitcher Haylee Wastler, who fanned seven in a four-hitter.

York Catholic 100 000 0 - 1 4 2

Fairfield 010 012 x - 4 4 1

WP: H. Wastler. LP: Baum. SO-BB: Baum 10-0, H. Wastler 7-3. 2B: YC-Baum, F-Bolyard. HR: F-Bolyard

BASEBALL

Gettysburg 4, Dover 0

Marshall Mott fired six spectacular innings on Monday as the Warriors captured their third straight YAIAA-2 championship.

Gettysburg (11-2), which won its 10th consecutive game, tallied all four of its runs over the first three stanzas. Dillon Gebler, Dylan Ed and Logan Moseley chased home a run apiece in the victory.

Mott not only piled up six strikeouts from the mound, but also singled three times in four at-bats. Ed and Alex Meckley finished with two hits each as well.

Gettysburg 112 000 0 - 4 9 2

Dover 000 000 0 - 0 4 1

Mott, Ketterman (7). Klinefelter, Ifkovitz (4). WP: Mott. LP: Klinefelter. SO-BB: Mott 6-1, Ketterman 0-1, Klinefelter 0-1, Ifkovitz 3-2. 2B: G-Ed

Delone Catholic 7, Hanover 1

After allowing a run in the top of the first, Adam Pascoe delivered six straight shutout frames to lead the way for the Squires on Monday.

Pascoe finished with six strikeouts and did not walk a batter.

Avery Kuntz and Pascoe were both 2-for-3 with two RBI apiece at the top of the Delone lineup. Josh Sherdel added two hits and scored twice for Delone, which scored five runs in a decisive fifth inning.

Hanover 100 000 0 - 1 5 0

Delone Catholic 010 150 x - 7 9 3

Worley, Stremmel (5). Pascoe. WP: Pascoe. LP: Worley. SO-BB: Worley 2-5, Stremmel 1-2, Pascoe 6-0. 2B: DC-Rineman

Biglerville 10, York Tech 1

Nick Wright, Aaron Stremmel and Kyle Gillingham combined for seven of Biglerville’s 10 hits in Monday’s romp over the York Tech.

Stremmel was 3-for-3, Gillingham drove in three runs on a pair of singles and Wright went 2-for-2 with three runs scored.

Tyler Weikert and Wyatt Kline knocked in two runs each for the winners as well.

York Tech 000 100 0 - 1 2 1

Biglerville 044 101 x - 10 10 0

Zorbaugh, Rogers (2), Summers II (3), Giacopello (4), Lopez (6). Bretzman, Weikert (4), Brewer (5), Johnson (7). WP: Bretzman. LP: Zorbaugh. SO-BB: Zorbaugh 1-0, Rogers 1-3, Summers II 0-2, Giacopello 2-0, Lopez 0-0, Bretzman 6-1, Weikert 1-0, Brewer 2-1, Johnson 0-0. 2B: B-Nick Wright

South Western 4, Central York 3

Alex Klingler delivered a two-run, walk-off single that pushed the Mustangs past the Panthers on Monday afternoon.

Derek Huff also plated a pair of runs for South Western, which made the most of its three hits.

Ethan Stalnecker fanned four in two innings of relief for the win.

Central York 010 001 1 - 3 7 1

South Western 000 002 2 - 4 3 2

Livingston, Richeson (6), Marquard (7). Huff, Wilson (3), Stalnecker (6). WP: Stalnecker. LP: Richeson. SO-BB: Livingston 5-2, Richeson 0-2, Marquard 0-0, Huff 3-3, Wilson 3-1, Stalnecker 4-1. 2B: CY-Nadzom

Susquehannock 4, New Oxford 3

Colonial batters racked up a dozen hits but only scored three times, stranding nine runners on base in Monday’s loss to the Warriors.

Colin Miller and Peyton Megonnell belted three hits each, and AJ Baadte singled and doubled in the loss.

Leadoff man Brevin Neveker laced a two-run single in the second for the Ox.

New Oxford 020 010 0 - 3 12 0

Susquehannock 200 200 x - 4 11 0

Phillips. Miller, Gardner (7). WP: Miller. LP: Phillips. SO-BB: Phillips 0-1, Miller 3-2, Gardner 2-0. 2B: NO-Baadte, S-Miller.

West York 3, Bermudian Springs 1

Tyler Sims allowed only three hits over five innings but was saddled with a tough-luck loss on Monday when the Bulldogs scored three unearned runs.

Tanner Althoff drove in Shane Starner in the fifth to make it a 3-1 game but the Eagles were unable to draw closer over the last two innings.

Bermudian Springs 000 010 0 - 1 5 3

West York 001 200 x - 3 3 0

Sims, Carroll (6). Wetzel, Knisley (7). WP: Wetzel. LP: Sims. SO-BB: Sims 6-4, Carroll 2-1, Wetzel 4-2, Knisley 0-0. 2B: WY-Minot, Eyler

Kennard-Dale 10, Littlestown 1

The Rams used a seven-run eruption in the fifth to run away from the Thunderbolts on Monday. Littlestown trailed 2-1 heading into the pivotal stanza.

Austin Brown picked up the lone RBI for the Bolts, plating Zach Jones.

Kennard-Dale 100 070 1 - 10 9 0

Littlestown 010 000 0 - 1 5 0

Sinnott, Moscynski (7). Martindale, Huffman (5), Unger (6). WP: Sinnott. LP: Martindale. SO-BB: Sinnott 8-4, Moscynski 1-0, Martindale 5-4, Huffman 1-4, Unger 0-0. 2B: KD-Cooper, Williams. HR: KD-Romig

York Catholic 6, Fairfield 3

The Knights were in position to score an upset on Monday before the Irish rallied for five runs over the final two innings to snatch a 6-3 victory.

Cody Valentine, Jake Myers and Jonas Holz had RBI for the hosts, who led 3-0 into the sixth. Austin Riley and Myers both singled twice.

York Catholic 000 102 3 - 6 6 1

Fairfield 000 300 0 - 3 6 4

Bullen, Kordaz (6). Koons, Devilbiss. WP: Kordaz. LP: Devilbiss. SO-BB: Bullen 3-5, Kordaz 0-0, Koons 4-1, Devilbiss 1-2. 2B: YC-DeMarco

BOYS’ TENNIS

YAIAA Doubles Championships

At least two Times Area tandems will qualify for the upcoming District 3 Class 2A Doubles Championships, following a strong showing at the YAIAA tournament on Monday.

Delone Catholic’s Matt Steinberg and Paul Tily backed up their No. 2 seed with a pair of wins to move into today’s semifinals at South Western High School. Steinberg and Tily needed three sets to dispatch Biglerville’s Michael Rayo and Carlos Castillo, the seventh seed.

The Squire duo will square off with another set of Canners thanks to a big day from unseeded Aaron Orndorff and Jorge Cervantes. The Biglerville team posted a 6-2, 6-2 win before upsetting third-seeded Andy Snyder and Marin Thomas of Susquehannock 7-5, 6-1.

From there, Orndorff and Cervantes thumped No. 6 Jake Altimore and Jacob Landis of West York 6-2, 6-1 to push into the semis.

On the other side of the bracket, Brett Laughman and Nathan Edmondson of Bermudian Springs enjoyed a strong start, rolling to a wins of 6-1, 6-1 and 6-2, 6-2. Their quarterfinal match came against teammates Ethan Mechling and Nathan Karom, who ditched No. 4 Nate Remington and Jason Anderson of Littlestown 7-5, 6-4 in the second round.

Laughman and Edmondson claimed the all-Eagle battle 6-2, 6-2 to set up a match against top-seeded Augie Citrone and Jack Citrone of West York.

Class 2A

Monday

Key: Big-Biglerville, BS-Bermudian Springs, DC-Delone Catholic, Han-Hanover, Lit-Littlestown, Sus-Susquehannock, WY-West York, YC-York Catholic

First Round

McDonald/Lochte (Sus) d. Scott Stanko/Harrison Stewart (Big) 6-2, 6-4; Underwood/Gingerich (YC) d. Fuentes/Conaway (WY) 6-3, 6-3; Ethan Mechling/Nathan Karom (BS) d. Guy/Vu (WY) 6-7 (7-5), 6-2, 6-0; Jeremy Jiang/Isaac Sheerer (DC) d. Rogari/Walmer (Sus) 7-5, 6-4; Ben Elsner/Jeremy Snyder (DC) d. Antonio Corona/Owen Smith (Han) 6-1, 6-4; Aaron Orndorff/Jorge Cervantes (Big) d. Jimbo/Arnett/Diego Sandoval (Lit) 6-2, 6-2; Collins/Watkins (Sus) d. Jarrett LoConte/Ryan Miller (BS) 6-4, 6-2; Evan Brady/Parker Staub (DC) d. Pesci/Reck (Sus) 7-6 (7-2), 3-6, 6-3

Second Round

1. A. Citrone/J. Citrone (WY) d. McDonald/Lochte (Sus) 6-3, 6-0; Underwood/Gingerich (YC) d. 8. Josh Lynn/Jonny Martinez (Han) 6-0, 6-1; Mechling/Karom (BS) d. 4. Nate Remington/Jason Anderson (Lit) 7-5, 6-4; 5. Brett Laughman/Nathan Edmondson (BS) d. Jiang/Snyder (DC) 6-1, 6-1; 6. Altimore/Landis (WY) d. Elsner/Snyder (DC) 6-1, 6-1; Orndorff/Cervantes (Big) d. 3. Snyder/Thomas (Sus) 7-5, 6-1; 7. Michael Rayo/Carlos Castillo (Big) d. Collins/Watkins (Sus) 6-1, 6-2; 2. Matt Steinberg/Paul Tily (DC) d. Brady/Staub (DC) 6-0, 6-0

Quarterfinals

Citrone/Citrone (WY) d. Underwood/Gingerich (YC) 6-1, 6-0; Laughman/Edmondson (BS) d. Mechling/Karom (BS) 6-2, 6-2; Orndorff/Cervantes (Big) d. Altimore/Landis (WY) 6-2, 6-1; Steinberg/Tily (DC) d. Rayo/Castillo (Big) 6-1, 3-6, 6-3

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