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Baseball Results Tracker: March 25-28

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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Thursday, March 28

Cedar Crest 3, Dallastown 2

With the Cedar Crest Falcons down 2-0 with two outs in the 7th, senior Caleb Dorshimer was down to his last strike when he delivered a 2-RBI single that tied the game with Dallastown. Following a hit by senior Dayton DiBiaso, his younger brother Carson Dibiaso, a sophomore second baseman, delivered a single to walk it off with the 3-2 victory. Dylan Fegley picked up the win in relief. On Monday, Cedar Crest (3-0) will be on the road for a make-up game at Exeter. Box Score


Camp Hill 7, Northern Lebanon 6

Last season, Northern Lebanon scored three in the 7th to shock Camp Hill. This year, the Vikings were on the road and again fell behind. This year they fell just shy of executing a repeat performance, despite a two-run bomb from Moises Gonzalez (his third of the young season) and a three-run double in the 7th inning from Hayden Adams.  On Wednesday, Northern Lebanon (2-1) will travel to Lancaster Mennonite. Box Score


Annville-Cleona 7, Lebanon 2

The undefeated Dutchmen looked to run their early season win streak to four games when they hosted Lebanon. The Cedars scored a run in each of the first two innings to put Annville’s plans in jeopardy. However, starting pitcher Colton Shaffer recovered to pitch a solid 5.1 innings, giving up only one earned run while recording 10 Ks. Meanwhile, the bats got going, as Annville scored seven unanswered to close out the final five innings. Shaffer was his biggest helper, going 2-3 with a triple and 3 RBI. Jack Getty also had multiple hits, going 2-3 with a walk. Cam Connelly was 1-2 with two walks and an RBI. Noah Morcom tripled in the game, while his brother Ben Morcom pitched the final 1.2 innings, striking out four and shutting the door on any hopes of a Lebanon comeback.

Annville-Cleona (4-0) has a big game on Wednesday when they will travel to Lancaster Catholic in their first meeting since the Dutchmen upset them in last year’s District 3 Playoffs. Lebanon (0-3) will host ELCO on Monday. Box Score



Tuesday, March 26

Northern Lebanon 10, Hamburg 1

In their home opener, the Vikings were led by senior Moises Gonzalez as he hit two three-run home runs, finishing the day 2-4 with 6 RBI. Andrew Via and Levi Shoemaker each had two hits. Via made the most of this time on the base paths, swiping six bases. Connor Stoltz drove in two runs, while Xander McQuaide accounted for an RBI. Brian Bicksler pitched a complete game, giving up one earned run and registering six strikeouts. On Thursday, Northern Lebanon (2-0) will play at Camp Hill. Box Score



Monday, March 25

Palmyra 11, Manheim Central 0

At Manheim Central on Monday, the Cougars were dominant. Logan Kriner (3 IP, 8 K), Braydon Bown (3.1 IP, 5K), & Clint Bricker (.2 IP, 2K) combined to no-hit the Barons. Meanwhile, Palmyra’s bats were red hot, putting up 11 runs on 9 hits. Braeden Sommer went 3-4, 2 RBI, R, SB. Ethan Lodish went 1-3 with a home run, 2 RBI, 2 BB. Alex Dorta also has 2 RBI. As a team, Palmyra drew 7 walks. On Wednesday, Palmyra (2-1) will host Bishop McDevitt.


Cedar Crest 11, Lebanon 1 [F/5]

The Falcons rode the right arm of Connor Lane, who allowed one unearned run with two hits and seven punch outs over 4.1 innings as they chopped down the Cedars, 11-1. Landon Kreider had a multi-hit day for Cedar Crest, while Jackson Custer drove in three runs. David Furjanic and Yostin Guerrero accounted for the only Lebanon hits. Lebanon (0-2) hosts ELCO on Wednesday and visits Annville-Cleona on Thursday. The Falcons (2-0) travel to Exeter on Wednesday and will then host Dallastown on Thursday. Box Score

Annville-Cleona 8, ELCO 7

Despite a furious comeback  and multi-hit days from Kody Boyer and Ethan Spang, the Dutchmen downed the Raiders, 8-7. Noah Morcom threw four innings, striking out eleven, adding a hit and stolen base. Zac Frentz had a three hit day for AC, scoring twice. The Raiders (1-1) visit the Cedars on Wednesday while Annville-Cleona (3-0) hosts the Cedars on Thursday. Box Score



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