Littlestown 1, Delone Catholic 0
Kacie Frock’s solo shot in the fourth inning was the difference as the Bolts clipped their YAIAA rivals on Wednesday, 1-0.
Frock broke a scoreless deadlock with her home run, and accounted for half of Littlestown’s hits. Amaya Bowman was the only other Bolt to find any success against Squirette ace Maggie Rickrode, who took the loss despite firing the two-hitter.
Bowman gave up only five hits against Delone’s powerful lineup, striking out five withtout issuing a free pass.
Emma Schneider singled twice in the loss.
Delone Catholic 000 000 0 — 0 5 1
Littlestown 000 100 x — 1 2 0
WP: Amaya Bowman. LP: Maggie Rickrode. SO-BB: Rickrode 4-2, Bowman 5-0. HR: L-Frock
Bermudian Springs 14, Hanover 4
Six different Eagles rattled at least two hits each in Wednesday’s shellacking of the Hawkettes.
Abby Hursh and Emily Shearer were both 3-for-4 while Hannah Chenault, Amy Sheeley, Taylor Itterly and Maya Kemper collected two base knocks apiece. Shearer doubled twice, with Sheeley and Itterly legging out triples.
For Hanover, Keana Noel went 3-for-3 with a pair of RBI and Emily Hamm singled twice.
Hanover 100 120 — 4 8 1
Bermudian Springs 180 122 — 14 16 1
WP: Maya Kemper. LP: Kena Noel. SO-BB: Noel 1-1, Kemper 6-0. 2B: H-Martin; BS-Emily Shearer 2. 3B: BS-Amy Sheeley, Taylor Itterly
York Catholic 9, Gettysburg 8
The Warriors chipped away after falling behind 9-1 in the first, but couldn’t get back in front of the Irish on Wednesday.
Kaelyn Blocher picked up three hits and two runs, Emily Delacruz had two hits, including a double and drove home two, and Ella Andras singled twice in the loss.
Hayley Cisney pitched 5.1 innings of scoreless relief, allowing four hits and two walks while striking out one.
York Catholic 180 000 0 — 9 9 5
Gettysburg 102 121 1 — 8 9 5
Baum and no catcher reported. Jenna Brasee, Hayley Cisney (2) and Rachel Keller. WP: Baum. LP: Brasee. K-BB: Baum 7-2, Brasee 1-4, Cisney 1-2. 2B: G-Emily Delacruz; 3B: YC-Pollock.
Fairfield 22, William Penn 1
Eleven different Knights posted RBI in Wednesday’s win over the upstart Bearcats.
Ryleigh Bolyard knocked in four runs on a 3-for-4 day that included a double and a triple. Hailey Joy and Ashley Roberts also collected three hits and Kira Weikert finished with three RBI. Roberts matched Bolyard with a double and a triple.
Fairfield (10)32 7 — 22 17 2
William Penn 0 01 0 — 1 1 3
WP: Kira Weikert. LP: Gonzalez. SO-BB: Weikert 7-1, Gonzalez 1-11. 2B: F-Ashley Roberts, Ryleigh Bolyard. 3B: F-Roberts, Bolyard
Kennard-Dale 15, Biglerville 0
The Rams crossed the plate 10 times in the first inning of Wednesday’s game against the Canners.
Kennard-Dale hurler Alexis Hurley struck out four and did not allow a hit in the four-inning contest.
Biglerville 0 00 - 0 0 0
Kennard-Dale (10)23 - 15 4 0
Hayleigh Smith, Mya Miller (2). Hurley. WP: Hurley. LP: Smith. SO-BB: Smith 0-5, Miller 1-2, Hurley 4-1. 2B: KD-Smith
Biglerville 3, Kennard-Dale 2
Connor Orner belted a third-inning home run and Ben Bretzman struck out a dozen Rams as the Canners scored a key road win on Wednesday.
Biglerville scored in each of the first three innings to assume a 3-1 lead. In the first, Nick Wright singled home Logan Brewer with the game’s first run. Brewer delivered an RBI knock in the second, and Orner went yard in the third.
Ram pitchers limited the Canners to five hits but issued eight free passes.
Bretzman returned to form, fanning 12 batters while walking just one. Tyler Weikert needed just four pitches to record the final out.
Biglerville 111 000 0 — 3 5 0
Kennard-Dale 100 010 0 — 2 8 1
Ben Bretzman, Tyler Weikert (7). Sinnott, Gereny. WP: Bretzman. LP: Sinnott. SO-BB: Bretzman 12-1, Weikert 0-0, Sinnott 1-7, Gereny 1-1. 2B: KD-McCleary, Lowe. HR: B-Connor Orner
Gettysburg 11, Spring Grove 2
The Warriors extended their win streak to six games, waltzing past Spring Grove at home on Wednesday.
Collin Campbell hit a double and a triple and scored twice while driving in a run to lead the Warrior offense. Dillon Gebler, Marshall Mott and Josh Topper also had two hits apiece. The trio joined Dylan Ed with two RBI games.
Zach Ketterman picked up the complete game victory from the hill, allowing six hits and no walks while striking out three. One of the two runs he gave up were earned.
Spring Grove 011 000 0 — 2 6 4
Gettysburg 240 041 x — 11 12 2
Zach Ketterman and Dylan Ed. Gorman, Sporer (5), Boyers (6) and no catcher reported. WP: Ketterman. LP: Gorman. K-BB: Ketterman 3-0, Gorman 4-1, Sporer 0-0, Boyers 0-1. 2B: SG- Shaffer, Smith; G- Collin Campbell, Dillon Gebler. 3B: G- Campbell.
Bermudian Springs 17, Hanover 2
The Eagles emptied their bench on Wednesday, when 18 different batters went to the plate in a four-inning win over the Hawks.
Tyler Reinert, Carter Laughman and Kane Wasieleski drove in two runs apiece for Berm, which plated all 17 of its runs over two innings.
Brock Carpenter, Daulton Reinert and Mitchell Sassani joined Tyler Reinert and Wasieleski by roping doubles.
Aden Juelich spun three innings of hitless ball, striking out five before exiting.
Hanover 000 2 — 2 2 3
Bermudian Springs 090 8 — 17 10 1
Scott Moorhead, Emmanuel Rivera (2), Chris Kauffman (4). Aden Juelich, Jake Carroll (4). WP: Juelich. LP: Moorhead. SO-BB: Moorhead 4-5, Rivera 1-3, Kauffman 0-0, Juelich 5-1, Carroll 1-2. 2B: BS-Brock Carpenter, Tyler Reinert, Daulton Reinert, Mitchell Sassani, Kane Wasieleski
Littlestown 10, Delone Catholic 0
The Bolts broke out the big sticks in the second inning, and didn’t put them away until they had seven runs on the board against the Squires.
Leadoff man Jakob Lane and cleanup hitter Devin Peart smashed three hits and scored two runs apiece. Peart smacked a double and a triple.
Jacob Thomas, who doubled, was 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI.
Donald Martindale shut down the Delone offense, allowing just three singles and a Corbyn Keller double. Martindale whiffed four and walked four.
Delone Catholic 000 000 — 0 4 2
Littlestown 070 012 — 10 12 0
Keller, Moore (3), Pascoe (5). Martindale. WP: Martindale. LP: Keller. SO-BB: Keller 2-0, Moore 1-2, Pascoe 0-0, Martindale 4-4. 2B: DC-Keller; L-Thomas, Peart. 3B: L-Peart
Gettysburg 5, Hanover 0
It was a straight-set sweep for the Warriors in their YAIAA-2 match against the Nighthawks on Wednesday.
Lucien Qually and Weston Folger breezed to a 6-0, 6-0 triumph at No. 1 doubles as part of the Gettysburg victory.
Singles: 1. Kwaku Baryeh (G) d. Josh Lynn 6-2, 6-3; 2. Noe Oberholtzer-Hess (G) d. Antonio Corona 6-0, 6-0; 3. Lucas Oberholtzer-Hess (G) d. Jonny Martinez 6-2, 6-0
Doubles: 1. Lucien Qually/Weston Folger (G) d. Ben Newman/John Ramirez 6-0, 6-0; 2. Taylor Neller/Andrew Yohe (G) won by forfeit
West York 5, Bermudian Springs 0
The Eagles were unable to break through against the Bulldogs on Wednesday, falling 5-0 to the YAIAA leaders.
Eagles Blaine Black and Ethan Mechling went to a third set at No. 2 doubles, where they fell in tiebreaker.
Singles: 1. Augie Citrone (WY) d. Brett Laughman 6-1, 6-1; 2. Jack Citrone (WY) d. Ryan Miller 6-2, 6-2; 3. Jacob Landis (WY) d. Nathan Edmondson 6-1, 6-3
Doubles: 1. Jake Altimore/Brendan Guy (WY) d. Jarrett LoConte/Nathan Karom 6-2, 7-6(7); 2. Matt Fuentes/Griffin Conway (WY) d. Blaine Black/Ethan Mechling 6-2, 1-6, 7-6(7)