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Baseball Results Tracker: March 21-22

In this post, we will attempt to bring you details from as much of the Baseball action from around LebCo.  It will be a rolling summary, as we get details, that will serve as a place where you can find out about what is going on.


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Friday, March 22

Northern Lebanon 9, Lebanon 0

At Coleman’s Park, Northern Lebanon visited Lebanon on Friday afternoon. For much of the game, it was a pitching duel. Lebanon junior Ben DiScuillo held the Vikings to just 2 runs, 1 earned, through 5.1 innings. In the 7th inning, Northern Lebanon’s bats got going, as they put up a crooked number 7 to run the score to 9-0. Sophomore Adrian Gonzalez earned the complete game shutout for Northern Lebanon, giving up 2 hits and striking out 9. Senior Moises Gonzalez went 2-5 with a 3B and 2 RBI. Adrian Gonzalez helped his own cause with 2 RBI.

After the game, Northern Lebanon’s Coach Thome told, “Gonzo (Adrian) pitched a great game through all seven innings. We were fortunate that our errors didn’t hurt us. In the final inning, the bats finally woke up and did what we expected. Considering the errors and our lack of hitting through most of the game, we were fortunate to get by the Cedars.”

Northern Lebanon (1-0) is away at Hamburg on Tuesday. Lebanon (0-1) travels to Cedar Crest on Monday.  Box Score


Hershey 8, Palmyra 0

After their season-opening win over Susquehannock on Thursday, the Cougars traveled to Hershey on Friday for their Keystone Division opener. They were tasked with facing Danny Nelson, a junior already committed to Clemson. Nelson silenced the Palmyra bats, with the only hit coming courtesy of Keagen Kleinfelter when he hit a double with two outs in the 7th inning. Nelson finished with 11 Ks in 6.2 IP. Palmyra (1-1) made some mistakes that made Hershey’s job a bit easier, something they hope to correct when they are back in action on Monday against Manheim Central.



Thursday, March 21

Palmyra 2, Susquehannock 0

Three sophomores came up big for the Cougars today. Logan Kriner and Braydon Bown combined for a sparkling one hitter, while Aiden Willard’s two run home run paced the offense. Palmyra won on the road, 2-0, over Susquehannock. The Cougars visit rival Hershey on Friday in an early conference match up.


Cedar Crest 8, Central York 4

Following a back and forth battle, the Falcons scored five runs in the 7th to topple the Central York Panthers, 8-4. Isaac Custer was 2 for 4 and Caleb Dorshimer drove in 3 runs while Dylan Fegley picked up the win and Seth Warren earned the save in relief. The Falcons head to Exeter next Wednesday. Box Score


Annville-Cleona 12, Upper Dauphin 0

The Little Dutchmen Baseball team scored a dozen runs on as many hits, led by Zach Frentz with three hits and Colten Shaffer with 3 RBI that came courtesy of a home run, to put up a 12-0 win over Upper Dauphin. Shaffer also pitched 4 innings, striking out 10, while not allowing a hit. Noah Morcom came for the 5th and final inning to complete the no-hitter for the Dutchmen. Annville-Cleona (2-0) are back in action on Monday when they host the ELCO Raiders. Box Score

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