SOFTBALL

Littlestown 14, South Western 0

Kacie Frock slugged a triple and a home run in Littlestown’s shellacking of South Western on Thursday.

Frock went 3-for-4 with four RBI and three runs scored. Jada Mummert was 3-for-5 with two RBI, and leadoff hitter Carter Clabaugh lashed a double as part of a 2-for-5 effort that also produced a pair of runs driven in.

Bailey Smith and Caitlin Eader knocked in two runs apiece for the Bolts as well.

Amaya Bowman posted a shutout from the pitching circle, scattering seven hits while striking out five Mustangs.

Littlestown 510 206 — 14 15 0

South Western 000 000 — 0 7 2

WP: Bowman. LP: Sprague. SO-BB: Bowman 5-1, Sprague 2-1, Reed 6-3. 2B: L-Carter Clabaugh; SW-Stalnecker, Sprague. 3B: L-Kacie Frock. HR: L-Frock

BASEBALL

New Oxford 2, York Suburban 1

Josh Rickrode’s single in the bottom of the sixth inning chased home Wade Linebaugh with what proved to be the game-winning run on Thursday.

The Colonials trailed 1-0 entering the frame before Colin Miller ripped a lead-off triple. After an out, Linebaugh singled to plate Miller and AJ Baadte followed by belting a double. Rickrode then stroked the clutch knock that put the Ox on top.

Blake Phillips won for the fifth time after twirling a complete-game shutout. Phillips scattered four singles and fanned four while issuing only one walk.

York Suburban 000 100 0 — 1 4 0

New Oxford 000 002 x — 2 7 2

Ian Korn, Brendan Petersen (6) and RJ Marquis. Blake Phillips and Peyton Megonnell. WP: Phillips. LP: Korn. SO-BB: Korn 3-3, Petersen 1-0, Phillips 4-1. 2B: NO-AJ Baadte. 3B: NO-Colin Miller

York Catholic 2, Delone Catholic 1

The Squires drew to within a run in the sixth inning but couldn’t catch the Irish in a YAIAA-4 matchup on Thursday.

Corbyn Keller singled home Nick Carpenter in the sixth to get the Squires on the board. Matt Rineman doubled to lead off the seventh, and moved up to third on a sacrifice bunt, but was stranded there as the Irish worked out of the jam.

Rineman collected two hits in the loss.

Jake Sherdel took the loss despite limiting the Irish to seven hits and one run over six innings.

Delone Catholic 000 010 0 - 1 5 1

York Catholic 011 000 x - 2 7 1

WP: Ben Bullen. LP: Jake Sherdel. SO-BB: Sherdel 2-0, Bullen 3-2, Petteys 0-0. 2B: DC-Matt Rineman 2, Sherdel; YC-DeMarco, Montes. HR: YC-Staub

TRACK & FIELD

Last Chance Invite

Biglerville senior Faith Redding dashed to a pair of wins in the sprint races on Monday at Greencastle-Antrim High School.

Redding won the 100 and 200 meter events, posting respective times of 12.64 and 26.51.

Canners Carter Tatara and Derek Tosten also scored victories on Monday. Tatara pushed his area-best height in the pole vault to 13-6, winning on Monday by two feet. Tosten easily out-distanced the field in the javelin, throwing a 162-8 that cleared the runner-up by nearly 25 feet.

Fairfield finished 1-2 in the girls’ pole vault after Aliyah Hillman and Emma Snyder nailed down the top two spots. Hillman won with a height of 8-6.

Biglerville sophomore Kalen Sharrah hit a season-best 144-10 to earn silver in the discus, in addition to placing fifth in the shot put. Sharrah’s classmate Kenzie White also took runner-up honors, settling for second with a 112-6 in the girls’ javelin.

Canner Russell Zullick was also strong in the field, finishing third in the javelin and fifth in the pole vault.

In the girls’ discus, the Green Knight duo of Natalie Brown and Ashleigh Crum placed 3-4.

Knight distance runner Gabe Schubring was strong on the track with a third-place finish in the 3200 (10:45.25) and a fifth in the 1600. Hurdler Garrett Stadler also did double duty, posting a fourth in the 300 meter race and a seventh in the 110s.

Other Fairfield athletes turning in solid finishes included Honey Strosnider (5th in the 1600, 7th 800), Rio Strosnider (2nd 800), Morgan Dennison (3rd 3200), Jasmine Grams (4th high jump) and Nate Snyder (4th pole vault).

Last Chance Invite

Monday — Greencastle-Antrim H.S.

Team key: Big-Biglerville, CS-Clear Spring, FC-Faith Christian, Fair-Fairfield, FH-Fort Hill, GA-Greencastle-Antrim, JB-James Buchanan, MSD-Maryland School for the Deaf, Mer-Mercersburg Academy, MR-Mountain Ridge, Ship-Shippensburg, SMG-St. Maria Goretti, Way-Waynesboro

Winners plus Times Area finishers inside top 8

BOYS

110 hurdles: 1. Michael Reich (Ship) 15.02, 7. Garrett Stadler (Fair); 100: 1. Alex Shannon (Ship) 11.21; 4x800 relay: 1. Mountain Ridge 8:38.51, 2. Biglerville 9:02.15; 1600: 1. Ryan Rasco (SMG) 4:34.72, 5. Gabe Schubring (Fair) 4:48.39; 4x100 relay: 1. Shippensburg 43.49; 400: 1. Ilyas Clouse (MA) 52.84, 5. Chris Shaffer (Fair) 54.52; 300 hurdles: 1. James Colwell (MA) 41.58, 4. G. Stadler (Fair) 44.01; 800: 1. Weber Long (GA) 2:02.84; 200: 1. Delonte Wilson (ship) 23.44; 3200: 1. Aakash Koduru (MA) 10:20.43, 3. Schubring (Fair) 10:45.25, 4. Noah Hazlett (Fair) 10:52.10, 8. Chris Guillen (Big) 11:32.28; 4x400 relay: 1. Shippensburg 3:31.01, 4. Fairfield 3:41.36; High jump: 1. Alex Doyle (Ship) 6-2; Pole vault: 1. Carter Tatara (Big) 13-6, 4. Nate Snyder (Fair) 10-0), 5. Russell Zullick (Big) 10-0; Long jump: 1. Kevin Suero (Ship) 21-6; Triple jump: 1. Suero (Ship) 43-6.5, 8. Marcus Pruy (Fair) 39-8; Shot put: 1. Nick Gustafson (Ship) 49-6, 5. Kalen Sharrah (Big) 43-2, 7. Tre Adams (Big) 42-6; Discus: 1. Shakur Trimble (FH) 154-9, 2. Sharrah (Big) 144-10; Javelin: 1. Derek Tosten (Big) 162-8, 3. Zullick (Big) 130-2

GIRLS

100 hurdles: 1. Alyssa Mullery (FH) 15.47; 100: 1. Faith Redding (Big) 12.64; 4x800 relay: 1. Fort Hill 11:36.21; 1600: 1. Isabella Weaver (GA) 5:33.97, 5. Honey Strosnider (Fair) 5:53.88; 4x100 relay: 1. Maryland School for the Deaf 52.48, 8. Fairfield 56.02; 400: 1. Julia Nye (Ship) 1:01.74; 300 hurdles: 1. Maddie Stewart (FH) 48.82; 800: 1. Taryn Parks (GA) 2:14.62, 2. Rio Strosnider (Fair) 2:27.28, 7. H. Strosnider (Fair) 2:37.92; 200: 1. Redding (Big) 26.51; 3200: 1. Teddi Powell (Ship) 11:47.18, 3. Morgan Dennison (Fair) 12:29.79; 4x400 relay: 1. Greencastle-Antrim 4:06.81; High jump: 1. Mullery (FH) 4-10, 4. Jasmine Grams (Fair) 4-8; Pole vault: 1. Aliyah Hillman (Fair) 8-6, 2. Emma Snyder (Fair) 8-0; Long jump: 1. Annie Klaff (MA) 16-9.5, 8. Delani Smith (Big) 14-11; Triple jump: 1. Citrine Lummer (MSD) 34-10; Shot put: 1. Ryann Bennett (FH) 35-6.5; Discus: Bennett (FH) 130-3, 3. Natalie Brown (Fair) 97-8, 4. Ashleigh Crum (Fair) 93-9; Javelin: Rachel Verhoef (GA) 116-0, 2. Kenzie White (Big) 112-5

From staff reports

SOFTBALL

Littlestown 14, South Western 0

Kacie Frock slugged a triple and a home run in Littlestown’s shellacking of South Western on Thursday.

Frock went 3-for-4 with four RBI and three runs scored. Jada Mummert was 3-for-5 with two RBI, and leadoff hitter Carter Clabaugh lashed a double as part of a 2-for-5 effort that also produced a pair of RBI.

Bailey Smith and Caitlin Eader knocked in two runs apiece for the Bolts as well.

Amaya Bowman posted a shutout from the pitching circle, scattering seven hits while striking out five Mustangs.

Littlestown 510 206 - 14 15 0

South Westsern 000 000 - 0 7 2

WP: Bowman. LP: Sprague. SO-BB: Bowman 5-1, Sprague 2-1, Reed 6-3. 2B: L-Carter Clabaugh; SW-Stalnecker, Sprague. 3B: L-Kacie Frock. HR: L-Frock

BASEBALL

New Oxford 2, York Suburban 1

Josh Rickrode’s single chased in the bottom of the sixth inning chased home Wade Linebaugh with what proved to be the game-winning run on Thursday.

The Colonials trailed 1-0 entering the frame before Colin Miller ripped a lead-off triple. After an out, Linebaugh singled to plate Miller and AJ Baadte followed by belting a double. Rickrode then stroked the clutch knock that put the Ox on top.

Blake Phillips won for the fifth time after twirling a complete-game shutout. Phillips scattered four singles and fanned four while issuing only one walk.

York Suburban 000 100 0 - 1 4 0

New Oxford 000 002 x - 2 7 2

Ian Korn, Brendan Petersen (6) and RJ Marquis. Blake Phillips and Peyton Megonnell. WP: Phillips. LP: Korn. SO-BB: Korn 3-3, Petersen 1-0, Phillips 4-1. 2B: NO-AJ Baadte. 3B: NO-Colin Miller

TRACK & FIELD

Last Chance Invite

Biglerville senior Faith Redding dashed to a pair of wins in the sprint races on Monday at Greencastle-Antrim High School.

Redding won the 100 and 200 meter events, posting respective times of 12.64 and 26.51.

Canners Carter Tatara and Derek Tosten also scored victories on Monday. Tatara pushed his area-best height in the pole vault to 13-6, winning on Monday by two feet. Tosten easily out-distanced the field in the javelin, throwing a 162-8 that cleared the runner-up by nearly 25 feet.

Fairfield finished 1-2 in the girls’ pole vault after Aliyah Hillman and Emma Snyder nailed down the top two spots. Hillman won with a height of 8-6.

Biglerville sophomore Kalen Sharrah hit a season-best 144-10 to earn silver in the discus, in addition to placing fifth in the shot put. Sharrah’s classmate Kenzie White also took runner-up honors, settling for second with a 112-6 in the girls’ javelin.

Canner Russell Zullick was also strong in the field, finishing third in the javelin and fifth in the pole vault.

In the girls’ discus, the Green Knight duo of Natalie Brown and Ashleigh Crum placed 3-4.

Knight distance runner Gabe Schubring was strong on the track with a third-place finish in the 3200 (10:45.25) and a fifth in the 1600. Hurdler Garrett Stadler also did double duty, posting a fourth in the 300 meter race and a seventh in the 110s.

Other Fairfield athletes turning in solid finishes included Honey Strosnider (5th in the 1600, 7th 800), Rio Strosnider (2nd 800), Morgan Dennison (3rd 3200), Jasmine Grams (4th high jump) and Nate Snyder (4th pole vault).

Last Chance Invite

Monday - Greencastle-Antrim H.S.

Team key: Big-Biglerville, CS-Clear Spring, FC-Faith Christian, Fair-Fairfield, FH-Fort Hill, GA-Greencastle-Antrim, JB-James Buchanan, MSD-Maryland School for the Deaf, Mer-Mercersburg Academy, MR-Mountain Ridge, Ship-Shippensburg, SMG-St. Maria Goretti, Way-Waynesboro

Winners plus Times Area finishers inside top 8

BOYS

110 hurdles: 1. Michael Reich (Ship) 15.02, 7. Garrett Stadler (Fair); 100: 1. Alex Shannon (Ship) 11.21; 4x800 relay: 1. Mountain Ridge 8:38.51, 2. Biglerville 9:02.15; 1600: 1. Ryan Rasco (SMG) 4:34.72, 5. Gabe Schubring (Fair) 4:48.39; 4x100 relay: 1. Shippensburg 43.49; 400: 1. Ilyas Clouse (MA) 52.84, 5. Chris Shaffer (Fair) 54.52; 300 hurdles: 1. James Colwell (MA) 41.58, 4. G. Stadler (Fair) 44.01; 800: 1. Weber Long (GA) 2:02.84; 200: 1. Delonte Wilson (ship) 23.44; 3200: 1. Aakash Koduru (MA) 10:20.43, 3. Schubring (Fair) 10:45.25, 4. Noah Hazlett (Fair) 10:52.10, 8. Chris Guillen (Big) 11:32.28; 4x400 relay: 1. Shippensburg 3:31.01, 4. Fairfield 3:41.36; High jump: 1. Alex Doyle (Ship) 6-2; Pole vault: 1. Carter Tatara (Big) 13-6, 4. Nate Snyder (Fair) 10-0), 5. Russell Zullick (Big) 10-0; Long jump: 1. Kevin Suero (Ship) 21-6; Triple jump: 1. Suero (Ship) 43-6.5, 8. Marcus Pruy (Fair) 39-8; Shot put: 1. Nick Gustafson (Ship) 49-6, 5. Kalen Sharrah (Big) 43-2, 7. Tre Adams (Big) 42-6; Discus: 1. Shakur Trimble (FH) 154-9, 2. Sharrah (Big) 144-10; Javelin: 1. Derek Tosten (Big) 162-8, 3. Zullick (Big) 130-2

GIRLS

100 hurdles: 1. Alyssa Mullery (FH) 15.47; 100: 1. Faith Redding (Big) 12.64; 4x800 relay: 1. Fort Hill 11:36.21; 1600: 1. Isabella Weaver (GA) 5:33.97, 5. Honey Strosnider (Fair) 5:53.88; 4x100 relay: 1. Maryland School for the Deaf 52.48, 8. Fairfield 56.02; 400: 1. Julia Nye (Ship) 1:01.74; 300 hurdles: 1. Maddie Stewart (FH) 48.82; 800: 1. Taryn Parks (GA) 2:14.62, 2. Rio Strosnider (Fair) 2:27.28, 7. H. Strosnider (Fair) 2:37.92; 200: 1. Redding (Big) 26.51; 3200: 1. Teddi Powell (Ship) 11:47.18, 3. Morgan Dennison (Fair) 12:29.79; 4x400 relay: 1. Greencastle-Antrim 4:06.81; High jump: 1. Mullery (FH) 4-10, 4. Jasmine Grams (Fair) 4-8; Pole vault: 1. Aliyah Hillman (Fair) 8-6, 2. Emma Snyder (Fair) 8-0; Long jump: 1. Annie Klaff (MA) 16-9.5, 8. Delani Smith (Big) 14-11; Triple jump: 1. Citrine Lummer (MSD) 34-10; Shot put: 1. Ryann Bennett (FH) 35-6.5; Discus; Bennett (FH) 130-3, 3. Natalie Brown (Fair) 97-8, 4. Ashleigh Crum (Fair) 93-9; Javelin: Rachel Verhoef (GA) 116-0, 2. Kenzie White (Big) 112-5

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