Bolts kill late to burst Bubblers | Sports

On Tuesday, the Balts rallied for four rounds at the top of the seventh to beat the Bubblers without a conference.

Boiling Springs starter Maddex LaBuda made 11 draws in six innings, but Bolts tweaked reliever Joseph Serafin for four earned runs in the seventh. Ryan Jones scored three times for Littlestown, and Michael Henry was 2-on-4, with both players having two RBIs.

Alex Forsythe, Colby Hahn and Henry have combined three strikers for the Bolts (12-6).

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Forsythe, Khan (3), Henry (7). LaBuda, Seraphim (7). WP: Khan. LP: Seraphim. SO-BB: Forsyth 2-1, Khan 5-1, Henri 0-0, LaBuda 11-1, Serafin 3-3. HR: BS-Richardson

On Tuesday, in the decisive fourth inning, the Knights held seven rounds.

Fairfield (13-4) led 4-1 before exploding in seven runs. The key to the offensive blast was Cody Valentine, who went 3-on-4 with a double, a triple and two RBIs. Andrew Koons and Cameron Makinyak committed home runs to join Will Myers with two RBI apieces.

Valentine worked in the fifth inning on the embankment to also win.

Chase Roberts had a great day for the Hawks (9-11) as he was 4-on-4 with a double, three RBI and a pair of runs.

Fairfield is hosting York Catholic today to close the regular season before jumping into the District 3 game next week.

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Pfizer, Brainer (4), Dell (4). Valentin, Matinyak (5), Koons (6). WP: Valentine. LP: Fizer. SO-BB: Fizer 4-3, Brainer 0-0, Dell 1-1, Valentine 3-3, Makinyak 0-1, Koons 0-1. 2B: H-Roberts; F-Valentine. 3B: F-Valentine. HR: F. Koons, Matinyak

Trinity stopped everything early Tuesday, making nine runs in the first inning of their game against Bermuda’s non-league. Eight different players scored for the Shamrocks (12-8), with six recording at least one RBI.

The Eagles (9-10) recorded eight shots on base in the game, two of which were made by Ben Ogle.

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Pfeffer, Ness (7). Keller, Ogle (5). WP: Pfeffer. LP: Keller. SO-BB: Pfeffer 7-2, Ness 3-1, Keller 2-4, Ogle 0-2. 2B: T-Ness. 3B: T-Niu

Carlos Caraballo was almost untouchable on Tuesday when he scored one striker in the Mustang’s win over the Bobcats. Caraballo struck at 61 of his 92 total pitches, inflicting six while walking one.

№ 9 Northeastern striker Donavan Blake had a double for his team’s single shot.

The Mustangs (12-7) saw Dominic Praidis 2-on-2 with a triple, and Austin Long posted a 2-on-2 day that included a double and two RBIs.

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Schindler, Baker (6). The ship. WP: Carabal. LP: Schindler. SO-BB: Schindler 5-1, Baker 0-0, Caraballo 6-1. 2B: H-Blake; SW-Bealing, Long. 3B: PZ-Pride

Trinity 13, Biglerville 3

On Tuesday, Molly Whitmeyer defeated three of Trinity’s five home runs in a major victory over the House of Conners. Whitmeier was 3-on-4 with six RBIs for the Shamrocks (13-6), which had eight players with at least two strokes each, including Lindsay Hayser and Alison Aschenbrenner, both of whom went deep.

Leadoff striker Kearney Weigl continued to bounce for the Caners (8-12) as she was 3-on-4 and Lexi Pickett made a solo home run.

After losing, Biglerville held a slight advantage over the Boeing Springs and finished eighth and last in the District 3 playoffs in Class 3A. The Bubblers (5-13) have lost 13 of their last 15 games.

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Smith, Hazer (6). Roberts. WP: Smith. LP: Roberts. SO-BB: Smith 6-1, Hazer 4-1, Roberts 3-1. 2B: T-Safe, Smith 2. HR: T-Hayser, Aschenbrenner, Whitmeier 3; B-Picket

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