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Baseball Results Tracker: April 15-19

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, April 19

Northern Lebanon 5, Annville-Cleona 3

Northern Lebanon traveled to Annville on Saturday for the second of the three matchups between the Section 4 rivals. The Vikings took the first game with a 10-0 win on March 12th. This game was far from a blowout. 

Northern Lebanon got the scoring started when they put up three in the 2nd. Annville would respond by scoring a run in three of the next four innings. With the score tied 3-3, Northern Lebanon broke through with two runs in the Top 7th, then held on by keeping Annville from again crossing the plate.

Northern Lebanon was led by Andrew Via who went 1-4 with 2 RBI. The sophomore added a stolen base. Moises Gonzalez went 1-2 with a solo home run, a walk, and a steal. Connor Stoltz went 2-4 to raise his season batting average to .417. Brian Bicksler pitched six innings,  striking out six, on his way to earning the victory. Adrian Gonzalez picked up the save as he struck out the side to end the game.

Annville’s stats were not published at the time this was being typed.

Northern Lebanon (11-1) will look to keep things rolling when they travel to Lancaster Catholic on Monday. Annville-Cleona (7-5) will also be on the road Monday as they are set to take on Columbia.

Box Score


ELCO 12, Octorara 2 [F/5]

Having won two of their last three games, the Raiders looked to keep the momentum going as they hosted Octorara for the second time this week. In their matchup on Tuesday, ELCO won 5-3. This one would not be as close.

Bryant Auker had a career day, as he had 5 RBI, going 3-4 with a triple. Braden Gettle went 2-4 with 2 RBI. Gavin Bicher went 2-4 with two doubles and an RBI. Kyle McDonnell was on the mound for all five innings of the mercy-ruled victory. 

ELCO (4-5) will travel to Donegal on Saturday.

Box Score


Lebanon 2, Solanco 0

Diego Serrano pitched a complete game shutout and provided some timely hitting as the Cedars earned their first victory of the season. The taste of victory was even more sweet after a string of frustrating losses for the crew from Lebanon.

Serrano limited Solanco to just three hits while racking up four strikeouts. At the plate, he was 1-2 with an RBI single in the Bottom 5th to score Yostin Guerrero. Serrano also added a stolen base. Guerrero went 2-3 in the game. Ben DiScuillo added an RBI as part of the 5th inning rally. Lebanon had five hits and drew two walks but took advantage of their time on the basepaths, claiming four steals. David Furjanic swiped two bags as part of the aggressive baserunning.

Lebanon (1-10) will host E-Town on Monday.

Box Score


Warwick 1, Cedar Crest 0

On Tuesday, a 1-1 tie went to the 8th inning before Warwick finally walked it off. Friday again offered a tightly played game as Seth Warren held Warwick scoreless through 4.1 innings. Gaven Schreier continued to limit Warwick the rest of the way, giving up only two hits in 2.2 innings. Unfortunately, Warwick was able to plate a runner in the 6th to hand Crest the tough loss.

Caleb Dorshimer and Vinny Good had the only Falcon hits. Dorshimer would also reach on a walk.

Cedar Crest (5-6) will travel on Saturday to take on Exeter.

Box Score


Bishop McDevitt 14, Palmyra 6

McDevitt held an 8-0 lead by the time the Cougars had their turn in the Bottom 4th. Over the next three innings, Palmyra would score six runs. Unfortunately, McDevitt continued their onslaught to keep Palmyra at a distance. 

Nate Osteen continued his hot streak at the plate as he went 2-3 with a double, 2 RBI, and a walk. Aiden Willard and Jack Hathaway each had a multi-hit day.

Palmyra (8-4) will host Northern York on Monday. 





Thursday, April 18

Palmyra 1, Hershey 0

Logan Kriner outdueled Clemson commit Danny Nelson under the lights in Palmyra, 1-0. The only run came in the bottom of the first when Braeden Sommer hit a sac fly to score Blake Deiter. That was all the offense Kriner needed as he threw six innings, allowing two hits while striking out five. Clint Bricker struck out two in a scoreless inning of relief to pick up the save.

On Friday night, Palmyra (8-3) will pick up a previously rain delayed game with McDevitt


Pequea Valley 4, Annville Cleona 3

Home runs by Colten Shaffer and Zac Frentz were not enough, as a bases loaded walk scored the winning run for the Braves in the seventh. Noah Morcom ran out of pitches in the seventh, with a final line of 7ip, two hits, four runs (two earned), four walks, and six strikeouts.

Annville-Cleona (7-4) is set to host Northern Lebanon on Friday. 

Box Score




Wednesday, April 17

Donegal 9, ELCO 3

After two heart-stopping victories, the Raiders’ late-inning magic seemed to have run its course, unable to fend off the Donegal offense and succumbing to a 9-3 defeat. Gavin Bicher stood out with two hits, while Dallas George, Lance Batdorf, Bryant Auker, Colin Bogart, and Samuel Bechtel each contributed one. Morgan Shanaman added to the tally with an RBI double.

ELCO will look to improve their current 3-5 (2-4 in Section 3, 4th) standing when they continue with their busy schedule that features a home game against Octorara on Friday, followed by a challenging trip to Donegal on Saturday

Box Score

Cedar Crest 11, Penn Manor 4

With an offense struggling to hit the ball, senior Caleb Dorshimer crushed a two-run home run to give the Falcons a 3-1 lead en route to a resounding victory in Millersville on Wednesday. Jackson Custer was 4-4 with four runs scored, while Dorshimer was 3-5. Dylan Fegley also had a three-hit, three RBI day, while earning the victory on the mound. The big lefty went 4.1 innings with eight strikeouts. Aaron Krumbine pitched the final inning of scoreless relief, his fourth scoreless outing this year in as many appearances.

The Falcons evened their record at 5-5, picking up their second win in Section 1 (2-5), and will face Warwick on Friday for a second time this week and will travel to Exeter on Saturday morning. 

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Lancaster Catholic 2, Annville-Cleona 0

The Dutchmen baseball squad only mustered two hits, one each by Cam Connelly and Noah Morcom, as they fell to the Crusaders. Colten Shaffer scattered four hits over 4.1 innings, striking out six, while Traian Dompier threw 2.2 innings of scoreless relief for the home team. 

Annville-Cleona is 7-3 (4-3 in Section 4, 4th) and faces Pequea Valley away before hosting the Northern Lebanon Vikings on Friday.

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Conestoga Valley 3, Lebanon 2

The Cedar baseball team again fell just short in the quest for their first win this season. Since April 6, LHS has been competitive in all six games they have played, losing by a total of ten runs over the stretch. This has included four one-run losses. David Furjanic and Colby Robb each had RBIs in the seventh to bring the score within one, but the Cedars could not complete the comeback. Furjanic pitched 5.2 innings, giving up three unearned runs while striking out seven. 

Up next for the Cedars (0-10) will be a home game on Friday against Solanco.

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Tuesday, April 16

Annville-Cleona 10, Columbia 0 [F/5]

Ben Morcom tossed a two-hit, six-strikeout outing over five innings, and Colten Shaffer had 4 RBI to lead the Little Dutchmen over Columbia to move to 7-2 (4-2 in Section 4, 2nd place). Zac Frentz was “deuces wild,” with two at-bats, two runs, two hits, and two RBI.

Annville-Cleona (7-2) will host Lancaster Catholic on Wednesday.

Box Score


Northern Lebanon 12, Lancaster Mennonite 0 [F/5]

The Vikings became the first team in District 3 with ten wins on the season and recorded their third run-rule shutout over a Section opponent in as many tries. This game was highlighted by guys in the second half of the batting order, as Lucas Kleisath had a 3-3 day with 3RBI along with Connor Stoltz’s 2-4 day. Senior Nicholas Selby was 2-3 with 2RBI out of the cleanup spot. Adrian Gonzalez (3 ip, 4K) and Wyatt Bates (2 ip) shut down the Lancaster Mennonite offense as the two pitchers combined for a no-hitter. 

Northern Lebanon (10-1) will travel to Annville on Saturday.

Box Score

ELCO 5, Octorara 3

Down 3-0 early, the Raiders chipped away at the Braves’ lead before passing by their host by scoring two in the 3rd, two in the 4th, then one in the 7th. Morgan Shanaman, Dallas George, Gavin Bicher, and Dawson Ocker each knocked in a run. Bicher pitched 6-2/3 innings and punched out seven, while Samuel Bechtel got the final out for the Raiders.

ELCO (3-4) will look for their third straight win when they host Donegal on Wednesday.

Box Score

Solanco 9, Lebanon 6

Lebanon used an RBI from Yostin Guerrero and Noah Brandt and a pair of RBI from Kevin Munoz, along with some Solanco errors to jump out to a 6-3 lead. When Ben Discuillo turned the game over to the bullpen with a 5-4 lead at the end of five, the Cedar bullpen was unable to convert the save opportunity.

The loss dropped the Cedars to 0-9 on the season. After a Wednesday tilt with Conestoga Valley, LHS will get another shot at Solanco on Friday. 

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Mechanicsburg 2, Palmyra 0

Despite an exceptional five-inning, 10 K performance from Jonathan Strohecker and a scoreless inning of relief from Bryar Echternach, the Cougars couldn’t find their offensive rhythm against the Wildcats. Blake Deiter and Ethan Lodish were the only PHS players to get hits in the game. 

Looking ahead, Palmyra (7-3) will be hosting Hershey on Thursday, followed by a game against McDevitt on Friday, providing them with opportunities to bounce back. 

Box Score


Warwick 2, Cedar Crest 1 [F/8]

The Falcons received superb pitching from Logan Oriel and Gaven Schreier. Unfortunately, a balk was called in extra innings with a runner on third, ending the game. Dayton DiBiaso hit a solo home run, and Caleb Dorshimer hit a double for a Cedar Crest offense that otherwise struggled to hit. 

Crest (4-5) has Penn Manor on Wednesday before finishing the week with Warwick (again) and the same Exeter team that recently took down Palmyra.

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Monday April 15

Northern Lebanon 10, Columbia 0 [F/5]

The Vikings ran their win streak to seven behind a nice pitching performance from Brian Bicksler who allowed three hits and struck out four in five shut out innings. SS Andrew Via had four RBI with a double and sac fly while Moises Gonzalez and Bicksler had two hits. The Vikings drew ten free passes, led by Connor Stoltz and Adrian Gonzalez (who swiped two bases, as did Levi Shoemaker). NL has a lighter week than most LL teams with second round section play against Lancaster Mennonite and Annville Cleona.

Box Score

Ephrata 5, Lebanon 4

Lebanon pitcher Kevin Munoz threw 4.1 innings of two hit ball, keeping the Ephrata Mountaineer lineup in check. Munoz, David Furjanic, and Colby Robb each had two hits with Munoz giving Lebanon a 3-2 lead with an RBI single that plated Robb on an error in the third. The score remained that way until Ephrata tied it up in the sixth. The Cedars responded with a Josh Perugorria RBI single in the bottom of the frame. Down to their last out Ephrata exploited a couple of walks and a hit batter to take the lead on a single in the seventh. Lebanon was able to put runners in scoring position but could not convert. Lebanon is 0-8 on the season and faces Solanco twice and Conestoga Valley the remainder of the week.

Box Score

Hempfield 4, Cedar Crest 0

The Falcons offense was stymied by Hempfield pitching, as only seniors Dylan Fegley and Dayton DiBiaso tallied base hits in a 4-0 shutout. Connor Lane scattered six hits over five innings and allowed two earned runs. Seth Warren and Aaron Krumbine each threw a scoreless inning for the Falcons. Crest is 4-4 overall with a 1-4 record in Section 1. A brutal week awaits the Falcons–at Warwick on Tuesday, at Penn Manor on Wednesday, at home against Warwick on Friday, and at Exeter on Saturday morning.

Box Score


ELCO 5, Garden Spot 4 [F/8]

Sophomore Austin Smith took a no hitter into the fifth and ended the day allowing two hits and three runs, only one earned, leaving with a 4-3 lead. Unable to hold in the seventh, ELCO needed an extra frame to win the game. Dallas George led off the eighth getting hit by the first pitch he saw. On a 1-1 count, George stole second and scored when Gavin Bicher (who ended up as the winning pitcher) hit a single to left, setting off a wild walk off celebration at Lyle Krall Field. Right Fielder Bryce Auker and Bicher each had two hits, while George had an RBI single and two runs scored. The Raiders (2-4 overall, 1-3 in Section 3) play Octorara and Donegal twice each this week.

Box Score

Exeter 4, Palmyra 2

Ethan Lodish  was another hard luck starter for Lebanon County teams tonight. He mitigated around four hits and a couple of walks, punching out six, and allowing two runs (one earned) and left down 2-1. Down to their final out, the Cougars sent Blake Deiter to the plate and he ripped a two run pinch hit RBI double to send the game to extra innings. Exeter put up two more in the top of the eighth, but Palmyra could not respond. Clint Bricker pitched two scoreless innings in relief, striking out five, for the Cougars (7-2 overall, 4-1; 3rd MidPenn Keystone). The Cougars’ week includes Mechanicsburg, Hershey, and McDevitt.

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