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Baseball Results Tracker: April 8-13

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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Saturday, April 13

Palmyra 13, Carlisle 2 [F/5]

The Cougars used nine runs in the 2nd inning to break away from the Thundering Herd. They then used a four-run 4th inning to mercy run the game after Carlisle failed to respond in the 5th. Keegan Kleinfelter led the Cougar charge, going 2-3 with a double, 3 RBI, and two runs scored. Alex Dorta also had 3 RBI, going 2-3 with a stolen base. Brayden Bown pitched and registered 4 IP, going up two runs and striking out five.

Palmyra (7-1) will host Exeter on Monday.


Northern Lebanon 9, Schuylkill Valley 8

Schuylkill Valley rolled into Fredericksburg, ready to play. The Panthers started strong, putting up eight runs in the first three innings. However, the Vikings, showing their resilience, responded with a single run in the Bottom 3rd to make the score 8-1. Northern Lebanon then staged a remarkable comeback, scoring two in the 4th and five in the 5th to tie the game. In the Bottom 7th, Northern Lebanon loaded the bases before an errant pitch plunked Moises Gonzalez to score the winning run, capping off their inspiring comeback.

Sophomore Andrew Via had another big day, going 3-4 with a triple, a run scored, and a stolen base. He was also the pitcher of record, facing the final Skook batter. In addition to being hit by the pitch to walk it off, Moises Gonzalez went 1-2 with 2 RBI. Brian Bicksler went 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI, R, and had a sacrifice fly. Connor Stoltz was 1-2, 2B, RBI, R, 2 BB. Hayden Adams added 2 RBI, going 1-2. Levi Shoemaker added a hit, an RBI, and swiped three bases.

Northern Lebanon (8-1) will host Columbia on Monday. The Vikings used ten innings before bringing home the win when they faced Columbia this past Monday.

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Friday, April 12

Northern Lebanon 10, Annville-Cleona 0

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Palmyra 6, Gettysburg 0

A two-run double from Aiden Williard, a two-run triple from Keegan Kleinfelter, and two runs scored by Nate Osteen led the Cougar offense as they scored three in the 2nd and three in the 4th in the shutout win over Gettysburg. Sophomore Logan Kriner struck out eight and scattered three hits across six innings to take the win. 

Palmyra’s fifth consecutive win moves them to 6-1 overall and 3-1 in Mid Penn – Keystone (3rd behind 2-0 Mechanicsburg and 5-1 Hershey). Following a Saturday away conference game with Carlisle, PHS travels to Exeter, then Mechanicsburg, before a home match-up with Hershey on Thursday. Palmyra closes next week with McDevitt in Harrisburg.



Wednesday, April 10

Palmyra 6, CD East 0

The Cougars scored three in the 3rd and the 6th as pitcher Jonathan Strohecker made his first start in return from injury. Strohecker limited the Panthers to two hits, striking out six in a very economical 43 pitch four inning outing. Chase Blanchard plated a run on a single and scored on an error in the 3rd inning rally. Nate Osteen scored twice and Bryer Etchernacht closed on the mound for the Cougars. 

Palmyra improved to 5-1 with the win. The Cougars will travel to Gettysburg on Friday.


Cedar Crest 4, JP McCaskey 3

Dylan Fegley struck out six Red Tornadoes over 5.2 innings before pitcher Gaven Schreier went the rest of the way in scoreless relief as the Falcon pitching carried the day. Owen BrownCaleb Dorshimer, and Dominic Roth each had RBIs for the Falcon offense.

Crest sits at 4-3 and looks to improve its 1-3 Section One record on Friday against Warwick. 


Annville Cleona 11, Lancaster Mennonite 4 

Cameron Connelly stroked a two-run double in the 3rd and subsequently scored on an error to give the Little Dutchmen a lead they would never relinquish, as they routed Lancaster Mennonite with a shower of late runs. Connelly’s 3 RBI and Colten Shaffer’s pair of RBI paced AC behind a nice five inning outing from Ben Morcom. 

Annville-Cleona moved to 6-1 (3-1 in Section 4) ahead of Friday’s clash with Northern Lebanon. 

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Northern Lebanon 4, Pequea Valley 2

Junior pitcher Brian Bicksler scattered six hits and two runs over seven innings to lead the Vikings to victory. Vincent Batistelli walked and stole home in the 2nd innning, before Connor Stoltz plated a run on a sac fly, and Levi Shoemaker followed up with a sac bunt squeeze. Bicksler closed the scoring out with an RBI double in the 3rd and kept the Braves in check the rest of the way. 

Northern Lebanon is 6-1 and 4-0 in Section 4. 

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Lampeter Strasburg 6, Lebanon 3

One bad inning sunk an otherwise solid outing from Diego Serrano, as he gave up four runs in the 4th. Two of the six Lampeter runs were on sac bunts and two were unearned due to errors. Noah Brandt and Ben DiScuillo created havoc on the bases in the 7th, but the LHS rally fell short at three runs. While Coach Fred Gonzales and his team are not interested in moral victories, this type of close loss can be a springboard for better outings and upsets as section play heats up. 

The Cedars will be in search of their first win when the travel to Solanco on Friday.

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Manheim Central 16, ELCO 6

Despite the Raiders putting up four in the 1st inning, the Barons offense put an overwhelming ten runs up in the first two innings as they cruised to victory over ELCO. Morgan Shanaman and Kody Boyer each had two hits and Dallas George knocked in a run, but Central kept their foot on the gas and delivered a six-run knockout blow in the 6th inning. 

ELCO (1-4) will look to turn it around when they travel to Octorara on Friday.

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Tuesday, April 9

Palmyra 10, West York 4

The Cougars hopped out to a 5-0 in the 1st inning as they cruised to the home victory on Tuesday. Chase Blanchard led the way, going 2-2 with a home run, a walk, 3 RBI, and two runs scored. It was the second straight game where Blanchard homered. Also accounting for 3 RBI was Nate Osteen, who went 2-4, 2B. Also starring on offense was Aidan Willard, who went 2-3, 2B, 3B.

Clint Bricker went 2.0 innings for the win, during which he held West York scoreless. Ethan Lodish was on the mound the longest, giving up three earned runs while picking up 9 Ks.

Palmyra (4-1) will host CD East on Wednesday.

Garden Spot 7, ELCO 3

Morgan Shanaman’s RBI double and Austin Smith’s RBI hit day were not enough as Garden Spot pulled away late, adding four runs in the final two innings.

ELCO (1-3) faces Manheim Central at home on Wednesday before heading to Octorara on Friday. Garden Spot ran its record to 6-1.

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Penn Manor 8, Cedar Crest 5

The Falcons suffered another game in which they faltered in the late innings and fell short in a comeback attempt. Trailing 4-3 after six innings, a couple hits, a walk, and an error led to a four run seventh for the Comets. In the bottom half of the frame, a Dominic Roth double plated Owen Brown and Ricky Santana (who was a courtesy runner for catcher Dayton DiBiaso), but Crest was unable to convert the tying run. Connor Lane took the loss in a very workmanlike 4 IP allowing three runs, one earned. CCHS has JP McCaskey on Wednesday at home and play at Warwick on Wednesday.

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Annville Cleona 11, Pequea Valley 3

The Little Dutchmen Baseball ripped off their fifth consecutive home win, lighting up the Pequea Valley Braves with a nine run first inning. Zac Frentz had a monster day, including two home runs and two scoreless innings on the mound. Noah Morcom had a 2-4 day with two runs scored and a stolen base. Traian Dompier and Colten Shaffer worked out of the bullpen to keep PV under control.

Annville-Cleona (5-1) on the year with upcoming games against Lancaster Mennonite (Wednesday) and crosstown rival, the Northern Lebanon Vikings, on Friday.

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Monday, April 8

Northern Lebanon 4, Columbia 3 [F/10]

Following an absolutely dominant 7 inning, 10 K performance from Adrian Gonzalez, the Vikings headed to extra innings tied 1-1 with Columbia. In the 9th, freshman Owen Fahringer hit a home run. The two-run shot, which put to put the Vikes up 3-1, was Fahringer’s first career hit at the varsity level. The Tide then rose again to tie the knot the game at 3-3. In the 10th, Connor Stoltz hit an RBI double to take the lead back, this time for good, with reliever Andrew Via securing the win. 

Northern Lebanon (5-1, 2-0 Section 4) will face Pequea Valley on Wednesday.

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Hempfield 5, Cedar Crest 1

The Falcons were unable to muster any hits by Hempfield. Logan Oriel led the offense with three walks. Taking the loss on the hill was Seth Warren who tossed three scoreless frames before the Black Knights offense came alive. Aaron Krumbine and Oriel provided scoreless relief. 

The Falcons (3-2 overall, 0-2 Section 1) will face Penn Manor and JP McCaskey before an off day Thursday, finishing with week with Warwick. 

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