Just 28 percentage points separate Red Lion and Windsor at the top of the Susquehanna Baseball League standings.
Red Lion holds down the top spot with a 12-4 record (.750 winning percentage). Windsor, following its 4-1 victory over Conrads on Wednesday evening, is second at 13-5 (.722 winning percentage).
Which brings us to Thursday evening and the top game on the schedule: Windsor at Red Lion.
Will Red Lion, which has won the last four regular-season crowns, solidify its hold on first or will Windsor take over the No. 1 spot?
Windsor rallies for key win: The Cardinals will enter the showdown after rallying to defeat Conrads at Windsor on Wednesday night.
Windsor, trailing 1-0 after five innings,
Shawn Wilson delivered the big blow -- a dramatic two-out, three-run home run to left field to snap a 1-1 tie. Singles by Chris Liggitt, Roy Walker and Rick Thompson produced Windsor's first run.
Brandon Miller drove in Conrads' run in the fifth inning.
Stoudt excels at plate, on mound: Miller was two for three for the New Bridgeville team, and Luke Keeny and Chris Stoudt had two hits apiece for Windsor.
Stoudt also was the winning pitcher. He struck out six batters, walked two and allowed seven hits.
Miller went the distance on the mound for Conrads. He struck out six batters and didn't issue any walks while giving up eight hits.
Conrads stays in hunt: Despite the loss, Conrads is 12-5 and just a half-game behind Red Lion in the Susquehanna League standings.
OTHER SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE GAME
FELTON 21, STEWARTSTOWN 0: At Felton, the home team plated nine runs in the bottom of the first and went on to capture the easy victory. John Smith led the offense for the hosts by going 3-4, including a solo homer, a double and four RBIs. Teammates Ezekiel Ottemiller went 3-4, including two doubles, two RBIs, Devin Gohn went 3-3, including a three-run homer. Also, Seth Gladfelter went 3-4 with two RBIs, Sean Smeltzer went 2-3, including two RBIs, Cory Waltersdorff hit a three-run homer, while Garvey Blymire picked up a complete game shutout on the mound, while striking out four and walking none.