Manchester rallied for four runs in the sixth inning to earn a 6-3 comeback victory at Glen Rock on Monday evening in Central League baseball action.
After the first two Indians' batters in the sixth reached on walks, Logan Allison stroked an RBI single. Following a hit batsman to load the bases, Josh Reeser drew a walk to force in the go-ahead run. Jeremy Pagano capped the rally with a two-run single.
Allison collected two hits for the winners, and Brad McCullough had four hits in four at bats for Glen Rock.
Winning pitcher Nate Fry worked the first 51/3 innings. Pagano pitched 12/3 scoreless innings in relief.
OTHER CENTRAL LEAGUE GAME
MOUNT WOLF 8, SHILOH 6: At Mount Wolf, Shiloh tied it at 5-5 in the fourth inning on a solo homer from Dillon Schwartzer. Mount Wolf later took an 8-5 advantage with a three-run sixth inning, capped off by an RBI single from Kevin Kurilla (3-for-3, one run scored, four RBIs) that scored Aaron Myers (2-for-3, two runs scored, RBI). Shiloh threatened in the bottom half of the inning by scoring a run but left runners stranded on the corners when Mount Wolf pitcher Adam Hoff struck out the final two batters.
SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE GAME
RED LION 2, JACOBUS 1: At Red Lion, a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the seventh accounted for the winning run. Singles by Daryl Harang and Joe Doyle followed by two walks gave Red Lion its second 2-1 victory over the Jackals in two days. Jacobus took the lead in the top of the first when Drew Kelley ripped a RBI triple, but Red Lion tied the game in the third on Harang's run-scoring single. Harang, Doyle, Drew Landis, Todd Grove and Chad Dennes each had two hits for Red Lion, which outhit Jacobus, 12-5. Kelley had a double and triple for the Jackals, and Brian Crimmel supplied two hits. Winning pitcher Jason Enoch struck out 10, walked five and allowed five hits. Jacobus pitcher Josh Hildebrand had four strikeouts and four walks. Red Lion improved its second-place record to 26-9. It will conclude the regular season on Tuesday by completing a suspended game with Windsor. The teams are tied 5-5 entering the 10th. Jacobus closed its season at 19-17.