BASEBALL

Biglerville 2, Eastern York 1

Tyler Weikert delivered the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh and Ben Bretzman closed the door in the bottom as the Canners grabbed a 2-1 win in Wrightsville on Wednesday.

Bretzman gave up a first-inning home run to Emmit Silar but got that run back in the fourth when his double plated Aaron Stremmel. Bretzman, who finished with nine strikeouts against only one walk, blanked the Knights over the next six frames.

In the seventh, Jeremy Johnson walked and Noah Weaver was hit by a pitch. Leadoff man Logan Brewer dropped a sacrfice bunt to move the runners over before Weikert’s single plated Johnson with the eventual winning tally.

Eastern’s Evan Rishell took the loss despite firing a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts. He did walk six batters.

Biglerville 000 100 1 — 2 3 1

Eastern York 100 000 0 — 1 6 1

Ben Bretzman and Nick Wright. Evan Rishell. WP: Bretzman. LP: Rishell. SO-BB: Bretzman 9-1, Rishell 11-6. 2B: B-Bretzman. HR: EY-Emmit Silar

Delone Catholic 6,

William Penn 2

Kyle Denisch and Jake Sherdel combined on a four-hitter as the Squires worked past the Bearcats on Wednesday.

Denisch whiffed seven in four innings of work before giving way to Sherdel, who tossed three scoreless innings of relief. Both Squire hurlers allowed two hits.

Sherdel doubled and drove in two runs while Avery Kuntz posted two singles and an RBI.

Delone Catholic 202 002 0 — 6 4 3

William Penn 200 000 0 — 2 4 5

Kyle Denisch, Jake Sherdel (5). Bryan Seda Ramos, Francis Rudecindo Perez (5), Erick Polanco Hernandez. WP: Denisch. LP: Ramos. SO-BB: Denisch 7-1, Sherdel 4-0, Ramos 1-6, Perez 3-2, Hernandez 2-0. 2B: DC-Sherdel; WP-Joseph Garabito Torres, Bryan Suero Brito

Central York 3,

New Oxford 2

Devon MacGregor spun a gem for the Colonials on Wednesday but was saddled with the loss in a one-run ballgame.

MacGregor scattered four singles over seven innings while fanning three and walking three.

Central York 201 000 0 — 3 4 3

New Oxford 100 001 0 — 2 3 2

Grant Smeltzer, Landon Ness (6) and Nate Marquard. Devon MacGregor and Peyton Megonnell. WP: Smeltzer. LP: MacGregor. SO-BB: Smeltzer 2-2, Ness 2-2, MacGregor 3-3.

SOFTBALL

Gettysburg 15, Biglerville 0

Jenna Brasee extended her hitless string of innings to seven when she blanked Biglerville in Tuesday’s game, which was called after three frames.

Brasee didn’t allow a hit by the Canners just one day after blanking York Tech over four innings. She struck out three and didn’t walk a batter.

Offensively, Brasee, Rachel Keller and Ella Andras collected two hits apiece. Kaelyn Blocher was one of three Warriors to rope a double, finishing with a team-best three RBI.

Biglerville 000 — 0 0 5

Gettysburg 339 — 15 9 0

Maya Miller, Abby Reckard (3) and Roberts. Jenna Brasee and Rachel Keller. WP: Brasee. LP: Miller. SO-BB: Miller 3-7, Reckard 0-3, Brasee 3-0. 2B: G-Ella Andras, Keller, Kaelyn Blocher.

Delone Catholic 26,

William Penn 0

The Squirettes sandwiched a six-run second inning between a pair of 10-run outbursts to flatten the Bearcats on Wednesday.

Kylie Funkouser double, tripled and drove in five runs for the Squirettes. Maggie Rickrode was 2-for-2 with three RBI, while Katie Ernst swatted two hits, had two RBI and scored five times.

Sophia Busbey singled twice while Ella Zinn, Rebekah Wagaman and Brooke Perkins finished with two RBI apiece.

Delone Catholic (10)6(10) — 26 14 0

William Penn 0 0 0 — 0 0 6

Maggie Rickrode, Kylie Funkhouser (2). Gonzale. WP: Rickrode. LP: Gonzale. SO-BB: Rickrode 3-0, Funkouser 5-1, Gonzale 0-11. 2B: DC-Emma Schneider, Funkhouser, Katie Ernst. 3B: DC-Funkhouser, Rickrode, Ernst

Central York 6,

New Oxford 3

Four different Panthers swatted at least two hits apiece in Tuesday’s road win.

Morgan Adams drove in a pair of runs and Mikayla Hagerman singled twice for the Colonials.

Central York 012 021 0 — 6 13 1

New Oxford 200 010 0 — 3 5 2

Sarah White and Emily Smith. Kirsten Dell, Paige Dell (7) and Julie Hess. WP: White. LP: K. Dell. SO-BB: White 3-0, K. Dell 2-1, P. Dell 2-1. 2B: CY-Briana Smith

BOYS’ TENNIS

Littlestown 3, Hanover 2

The Thunderbolts needed a clean sweep in singles action to take down the Hawks on Wednesday, and that’s just what they got.

Nate Remington, Jason Anderson and Jason Arnett won their respective matches to give the Bolts, who forfeited doubles, the three points necessary for a victory. Remington scored a pair of tiebreaker wins to edge Josh Lynn at No. 1 and Jason Arnett had to go three sets to slip past Jonny Martinez at No. 3.

Singles: 1. Nate Remington (L) d. Josh Lynn 7-6(8-6), 7-6(9-7); 2. Jason Anderson (L) d. Antonio Corona 6-1, 6-0; 3. Jason Arnett (L) d. Jonny Martinez 6-4, 4-6, 6-1

Doubles: 1. Owen Smith/Ben Newman (H) fft; 2. Nick Shaw/John Ramirez (H) fft

Biglerville 4, York Catholic 1

The Canners pitched a shutout in doubles action to pull away from the Irish on Wednesday.

The Biglerville pairings of Michael Reyo and Carlos Castillo and Jorge Cervantes and Scott Stanko scored respective 6-0, 6-0 wins.

Noah Mattson and Aaron Orndorff eased to singles victories as well.

Singles: 1. Noah Mattson (B) d. Ethan Underwood 6-2, 6-0; 2. Aaron Orndorff (B) d. Nate Gingerich 6-2, 6-0; 3. Joe Zellis (YC) d. Thomas Groff 0-6, 6-2, 6-4

Doubles: 1. Michael Reyo/Carlos Castillo (B) d. John Marinelli/Dominic Marinelli 6-0, 6-0; 2. Jorge Cervantes/Scott Stanko (B) d. Joey Gaito/Dom Blanchard 6-0, 6-0

Gettysburg 4,

Susquehannock 1

The battle of Warriors went Gettysburg’s way thanks in part to a 3-0 effort in singles play on Wednesday.

Drew Heinzelmann, Kwaku Baryeh and Noe Oberholtzer-Hess continued their strong play with straight-set victories for Gettysburg.

Singles: 1. Drew Heinzelmann (G) d. Andy Snyder 6-2, 6-1; 2. Kwaku Baryeh (G) d. Marin Thomas 6-1, 7-6(3); 3. Noe Oberholtzer-Hess (G) d. Billy Lochte 6-1, 6-4

Doubles: 1. David James/Soren Sijapati (G) d. Ian McDonald/Michael Watkins 6-1, 6-0; 2. Josh Amara/Lucas Reck (S) d. Lucas Olberholtzer-Hess/Weston Folger 6-3, 2-6, 6-2

Gettysburg 5, Dover 0

It was a clean sweep for the Warriors on Tuesday when they rolled by the Eagles. Drew Heinzelmann, Kwaku Baryeh and Noe Oberholtzer-Hess did the honors in singles play.

Singles: 1. Drew Heinzelmann (G) d. Tennison Metz 6-0, 6-0; 2. Kwaku Baryeh (G) d. Jukab Becker 6-2, 6-0; 3. Noe Oberholtzer-Hess (G) d. Dylan Shupe 6-0, 6-0

Doubles: 1. David James/Soren Sijapati (G) fft; 2. Lucas Oberholtzer-Hess/Weston Folger (G) fft

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