At Manchester, the host Indians capped a comeback with two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to earn a 6-5 win over Shiloh in the Central League on Thursday night.
Singles by Dan Royer, Chris Langley and Josh Reeser, combined with an error, produced the runs.
Manchester, which trailed 5-2 heading into the last of the sixth, put up two runs in that frame before adding two more in the seventh. Langley and Logan Allison both delivered four-for-four performances at the plate for the winners. Allison drove in two runs.
Jerrin Toomey collected three hits in four at bats for Shiloh.
OTHER CENTRAL LEAGUE GAMES
STOVERSTOWN 9, DOVER 8 (CALLED AFTER SIX DUE TO DARKNESS): At Dover, Stoverstown's Kyle Wildasin came on in relief with the tying run on third base in the bottom of the sixth inning and struck out the first batter he faced to preserve the victory for the first-place Tigers. Stoverstown build a 9-4 lead, but Dover made things interesting by scoring four runs in the sixth. Zach Schuler and Austin Botts both went three for four for the winners, and J.W. Besore was two for three. Schuler belted a home run, double and a single, and Botts cracked two doubles and a single. Botts and Besore drove in two runs apiece. Chris Bubb belted a two-run home run for Dover, and Brandon Scott had two hits in two at bats for the home team.
JEFFERSON 11, MOUNT WOLF 2: At Jefferson, Pat Shannon led the hosts to victory by going 3-4, including a double, three RBIs and two runs scored. Teammates Joe Trail went 2-4, including a triple, three RBIs, Joe Jasinski went 3-4 with two runs, two stolen bases, one RBI, Scott Trail went 3-4 with two runs scored, while Steve Gentile went 2-2 with two runs scored. Jefferson pitcher Dave Walker notched a complete game victory while striking out seven and walking five. The seventh, eighth and nine hitters for the Jeffs had eight RBIs between them. For Mount Wolf, Trent Kline went 2-3, including a double, while teammate Kyle Cook went 2-2 with a double. With the victory, Jefferson has now won eight games in a row.
PLEASUREVILLE 6, GLEN ROCK 3: At Pleasureville, the Hawks plated four runs in the bottom of the first and went on to capture the home game. Todd Meyer led the offense for the hosts by going 2-4 with one RBI. Teammates Kam Armacost went 1-1, including a triple, two runs scored, while Tyler Paige had a triple and Scott Ream hit a double. Pleasureville starter Lesabiel Castro recorded the win by pitching six innings while allowing just three earned runs. For Glen Rock, Andy Rosenzweig went 3-3, including a double, one run and one RBI. Teammates Dan Rogers went 1-2 with two RBIs, while Steve Egan hit a double.