Gettysburg 6, York Suburban 3
On Thursday, Bryce Rudisil made a home run of three races at the top of the seventh inning to give the Warriors an away win and a share of the YAIAA-2 title. Gettysburg have won or shared five championships in a row in the divisions.
The Warriors (12-6) trailed York Suburban (1-16) by a couple of runs, finishing in sixth place before Braden Manning doubled to drive home Chris Boone. Manning will eventually come to score on Cody Furman’s single, squaring the game at 3 per piece.
In the deciding rally, Wes Kulbo tripled, and Boone reached the ball after hitting it on the field before Rudisil went deep into the right field with the winner of the game.
Manning, who was 2-for-4, marked a solo hit for the Warriors in the first frame. Kulbo also doubled as a result of a 2-on-3.
Hunter Gilin and Carson Koons have teamed up with five strikers, and Koons has scored the last four innings, giving up just one earned series.
Gettysburg 100 002 3 – 6 7 1
York Suburban 002 100 0 – 3 5 2
Gilin, Koons (4). Mumert, Andrikas (3), Clindinst (4), Henzel (6). WP: Koons. LP: Henzel. SO-BB: Gilin 2-3, Koons 1-0, Mumert 1-0, Andrikas 0-0, Clindinst 0-1, Henzel 0-0. 2B: G-Kulbau, Manning; YS-Stockman. 3B: G-Coolbaugh. HR: Mr. Rudisil, Manning
New Oxford 8, West York 4
The Colonials responded to the challenge with four runs at the top of the eighth inning to bring down the Bulldogs and get a share of the YAIAA-2 title on Thursday. New Oxford, Gettysburg and Spring Grove took 11-5 divisional points.
New Oxford (12-5), who have won six in a row, has given up three wounds at the bottom of the seventh inning to force extra innings. In the eighth, Ethan Dill drew a loaded walking bases to bring a run. Connor Maine later laced up a single that included Coy Baker and Brennan Holmes. Leadoff striker Colton Haifley has completed a decisive rally with the RBI single.
Haifley and Baker received two strikes each, while Maine and Jacob Little held five races together.
Cade Baker has identified three for the last two frames to earn the win with relief.
New Oxford 001 012 04 – 8 8 1
West York 000 001 30 – 4 10 3
Smith, California Baker (7). Tanner, Peters (4), Ropp (7). WP: Baker. LP: Ropp. SO-BB: Smith 5-2, Baker 3-0, Tanner 4-2, Peters 3-2, Rop 1-3. 2B: WY-Tanner
South Western 5, Dallastown 2
The Mustangs rallied over four runs at the top of the sixth inning on Thursday to inflict a rare loss on the Wildcats. South Western improved to 11-6 with a win, while Dallastown dropped to 16-4.
Austin Long and Josh Berzonsky posted two RBIs per mustang, with Long scoring half of his team’s four shots. Berjonski’s key blow was a double.
Dominic Pride and Berzons together struck out 11 Wildcats in six innings.
Southwest 010 004 0 – 5 4 1
Dallas 200,000 0 – 2 5 2
Pride, Eister (5), Berjon (6). Ah, Kam. Flinchbau (6), cad. Flinkbo (7). WP: Eister. LP: Cam. Flinchbau. SO-BB: Pride 6-3, Eister 0-0, Berjon 5-2, Ar 6-2, Kam. Flinchbaugh 1-2, Cad. Flinchbau 0-1. 2B: PZ-Berzonsky; D-Altland, Om. 3B: D-Altland
Biglerville 7, York Catholic 4
In the first game on Wednesday at dusk, the Caners scored five times in the fifth and sixth innings to knock down the Irish host. Biglerville achieved a major victory in the night cup to extend its winning streak to six games.
Coltan Trimmer, Nolan Miller and Ben Angstadt made Biglerville backups (7-10). Trimmer made a couple of runs, and Austin Black was 2-on-4 with two runs scored.
Ethan Staffle gave Biglerville five solid innings on the embankment, swinging five, allowing three earned runs. Black worked out a couple of zero frames to save.
York Catholic 001 030 0 – 4 11 7
Biglerville 100 132 x – 7 5 2
Walker, Doran (5). Stuffle, black (6). WP: Stuffing. LP: Walker. SO-BB: Walker 4-3, Doran 2-1, Staffle 5-3, Black 1-0. YC-L. Satan, J. Satan; B-Trimmer, Miller, Angstadt. HR: YC-Walker
Fairfield 15, William Pan 0
On Thursday, the Knights beat a couple of opponents in their home diamond and closed the regular season 14-4. It was a busy week for Fairfield, who went 4-1 in four days.
In the first match Kira Wickert made 14 outs in a full game against Hanover. Wickert also spent a great game on the plate, making a double and a solo home run. Alyssa Wiles and Sarah Devilbis also scored two shots each for the winners.
Kiana Noel. who was 2-on-3, broke the lockout in the seventh, solo home run for Hawkettes.
In the second game, Eli Snyder completed a three-inning that doesn’t score, against William Pan. Snyder struck out four during his time in the circle.
Hanover 000 000 1 – 1 4 1
Fairfield 112 010 x – 5 9 0
WP: Wickert. LP: Noel. SO-BB: Noel 1-3, Weickert 14-1. 2B: F-Devilbiss, Weikert. HR: H-Noel, F-Weikert.
William Penn 000 – 0 0 5
WP: Snyder. LP: Vazquez. SO-BB: Vazquez 0-9, Snyder 4-1.
On Thursday, after seven launches of the Crusaders, the road passed by Squirets.
Delaunay dropped to 13-6 overall and ranked third in the Class 3A District 3A power rankings.
Morgan Hartlaub and Alma Partenza doubled in losses, while Meredith Wilson led the lone performance for Delon.
Delone Catholic 100 00 – 1 4 3
Bishop McDavit 743 0x – 14 10 0
WP: Anderson. LP: Reagan. SO-BB: Anderson 3-2, Reagan 4-1. 2B: DC-Hartlaub, Partenza. HR: BM-Clark
Gettysburg 11, Chambersburg 8
On Thursday, the Warriors ended their first regular season ahead of the Trojans. Freshman midfielder Naomi Spengler scored 5 goals.
Maddie Hassinger had a hat-trick, rendering passes in the next score, while Maddie Hayden, Megan Weavel and Sophie May also scored goals.
Haydan and Wyvel finished with seven controls for a draw, and Natalie Gurvich scored five goals from the ground.
Sofia Hartmann stopped a dozen shots on goal at Gettysburg (6-6).
Biglerville 4, Brushtown 2
Tanner Byers ran the distance Thursday to help the Black Sox win their first season against the Bulldogs. Byers scored seven and struck six in his 89-point attempt.
Chase Long stroked half of Biglerville’s eight hits, making the score 4 to 4 with a triple and two stab wounds. Conner Orner doubled up and drove in two races, while Pat Armor and Byers had an RBI apiece.
Biglerville 100 021 0 – 4 8 0
Brushtown 002 000 0 – 2 6 0
Yes. Byers. Unger, Locksmith (3), Boyers (6). WP: Byers. LP: Sluser. SO-BB: Byers 7-3, Unger 1-3, Sluser 3-1, Boers 2-2. 2B: Big Orner; Br-Rykrod. 3B: Big-Long
Mason Dixon 10, New Oxford 0
The rebels pushed seven runs on a plate in the fourth inning on the way to a quick closure of the Twins on Thursday.
In New Oxford, Aaron Dupler became 2 on 2, and Nick Schreiber and Carter King recorded a single.
Mason Dixon’s names were not named.
New Oxford 000 00 – 0 4 2
Mason Dixon 030 7x – 10 11 1