Stoverstown's lead in the Central Baseball League is now up to a whopping 51/2 games -- six games in the loss column.
The Tigers rolled to their 15th-straight triumph on Thursday evening, beating visiting Manchester, 6-1.
Stoverstown's two closest rivals -- Mount Wolf and Jefferson -- each suffered losses on Thursday.
As a result, the Tigers are now 16-1, while Mount Wolf and Jefferson each fell to 11-7.
Against Manchester, the Tigers plated three runs in the bottom of the first and never looked back.
Austin Botts led Stoverstown, going 2-for-3, including an RBI double in the sixth. He finished with three RBIs. Zach Schuler went 2-for-2, including a double, to go with three runs scored, four stolen bases and two walks for the winners.
Stoverstown starting pitcher Jared Stiffler went four innings to pick up the win and improve to 6-0.
For Manchester, Kevin Kuhn went 2-for-4 with one RBI, while Trey McWilliams went 2-for-3.
OTHER CENTRAL LEAGUE GAMES
PLEASUREVILLE 4, MOUNT WOLF 2: At Pleasureville, Todd Meyer homered and doubled and drove in two runs to lead Pleasureville. Kam Armacost and Chet Haifley each added two more hits for the winners. Chuck Crumpton got the win, pitching 62/3 innings and allowing five hits. He struck out five and walked four. After the Wolves plated two runs in the top of the seventh, Armacost came on to get the final out and the save. Adam Hoff pitched a complete game for Mount Wolf, with five strikeouts and one walk. Dan Dierdorff had two hits and two RBIs for the Wolves, while Aaron Myers also added two hits.
GLEN ROCK 8, JEF FERSON 4: At Glen Rock, the home team plated five runs in the bottom of the second to take the lead for good. Travis Lear and Phil Kraska highlighted the second by each hitting a double, with Kraska picking up an RBI. Steve Eagan had a two-run homer and a double for the winners, while Lear went 2-for-3, including the double, to go with an RBI. Brad McCullough doubled for the Rock. Glen Rock starting pitcher Dan Rogers pitched six innings to record the victory. He struck out five and walked two. For Jefferson, Colin Porter hit a leadoff solo homer to start the game, while Joe Jasinski tripled and Joe Trail doubled.
DOVER 3, SHILOH 2: At Shiloh, the visitors plated three runs in the top of the first and held on for the road victory. Austin Rickrode led Dover with a two-run single in the top of the first. Brandon Scott went 2-for-3, while starting pitcher Shane Melhorn went five innings, striking out five and walking one, to record the victory. For Shiloh, Brock Gladfelter went 2-for-3, while Allen Rohrbaugh pitched a complete game, striking out four and walking four.