Conrads will travel to Windsor on Wednesday evening in a matchup of the two of the top teams in the Susquehanna League.
Conrads, tied with Red Lion for first place, will enter with a 12-4 record. Windsor will check in at 12-5.
Both teams earned victories on Tuesday evening.
Conrads used a seven-run second inning to roll over Columbia, 9-2, and Windsor belted Jacobus, 10-2.
Justin Berkstresser went three for three and drove in two runs for Conrads. Travis Hake, Nick Root and Anthony Ferrell added two hits apiece for the New Bridgeville team, and Kevin Keesey batted across two runs.
Bryan Haberstroh, Mark Schauren and Jeremy Mohr combined for seven of Columbia's nine hits.
Josh Knaub pitched four scorless innings to earn the victory. Ferrell worked the fifth, sixth and seventh innings for the winners.
Cardinals cruise to win: Meanwhile at Jacobus, Windsor pounded out 13 hits to back the strong pitching of Luke Keeny. Keeny checked the Jackals on six hits, five of which were singles. The left-hander struck out four batters and walked four.
Shawn Wilson supported Keeny with three hits, including a two-run home run in the sixth inning, and three RBIs. Chris Stoudt, Matt Robinson and Zach Harrison delivered two hits each for the Cardinals. Jacobus' Drew Kelley went two for four.
OTHER SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE GAMES
RED LION 6, HALLAM 1: At Hallam, Red Lion pitcher Shawn Hedrick shut the home team down on one run in his five innings of work to gain the victory. Daryl Harang pitched the sixth and seventh innings for the winners. Hedrick struck out seven batters, walked two and allowed five hits. Harang didn't have any strikeouts or walks while yielding two hits. Harang helped his own cause by cracking a two-run home run and a single. Jason Enoch, Eric McNeil, D.J. Ream, Joe Doyle and Andy Taylor also collected two hits for Red Lion. McNeil drove in two runs. Hallam's Jason Seitz went three for three, and Jon Benchich was two for four.
YORK TOWNSHIP 11, FELTON 3: At Felton, Mike Wokulich powered the offense for the visitors by going 2-4, including a two-run homer in the sixth and collected four RBIs for the game. Teammates Austin Calaman went 2-3 with an RBI, Chris Mattison went 2-4, including a double, two RBIs, Morgan Markey hit a double, while Michael McKee picked up a complete game victory on the mound, while striking out three and walking two. For Felton, John Smith went 2-4, while Dalton Miller and Seth Hamill each hit a double.
EAST PROSPECT 5, STEWARTSTOWN 4: At East Prospect, the home team rallied to win the game by plating two runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the lead for good. Dan Wecker led the East Prospect offense by going 2-4 at the plate, including a double, two RBIs. Teammates Ryan Saxman went 1-3 with two runs scored, while Ben Achenbach went 1-4, including a double, two runs scored, and starting pitcher Brian Crumbling picked up the win while striking out seven and walking only one. For Stewartstown, Josh Hare went 2-2 with a run, Jason Girgan went 1-3, with two RBIs, while teammates Jason Mitchell and Adam Allshouse each hit one double.