Hallam rallied with four runs in the bottom of the sixth to edge East Prospect 7-6 on Monday in Susquehanna League baseball action.
Joe Pietrobone's two-out, two-run single capped the rally. Ryan Poff singled home the first two runs of the deciding inning. Poff, Pietrobone, Eric McNeil and Angel Matias each had two hits for the winners. Both of McNeil's hits were doubles. Pietrobone drove in three runs, and Matias batted across two. Adam Yuninger, Ryky Smith and Joel Springer collected two hits apiece for East Prospect. Yuninger had three RBIs.
Travis Stump, who entered in relief of starter Jake Schoelkoph in the sixth, pitched two scoreless innings to improve to 4-0. Hallam won for the 14th time in 18 games. East Prospect fell to 8-8.
OTHER SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE GAMES
CONRADS 10, WIND SOR 7: At Windsor, two big innings highlighted the game. Conrads put up eight in the second, and Windsor answered with six in the fifth. Nick Root and Josh Knaub drilled two-run doubles to highlight the winners' eight-run inning. Windsor combined six hits with two errors and a walk to score its six runs. Matt Robinson got the rally started with a homer. Andrew Gideon pitched scoreless ball in the sixth and seventh innings to earn the save for Conrads. Windsor reliever Paul Blymire struck out 10 in 51/3 innings. Blymire yielded just two runs. Blymire (2-for-5), Shawn Wilson (2-for-4) and Jordan Shenk (2-for-5) led Windsor's attack. Conrads improved its first-place record to 11-3. Windsor fell to 7-10. Conrads is percentage points ahead of second-place Hallam.
RED LION 2, YORK TOWNSHIP 0: At York Township, Daryl Harang led Red Lion to the win, going 2-for-3, including a two-run single in the first. The left-hander also held Township scoreless on two hits in seven innings on the mound, striking out four with no walks to pick up the win and improve to 5-0. Chad Dennis also had two hits for Red Lion.
WRIGHTSVILLE 11, SUBURBAN YORK 1: At East Prospect, Devin Strickler excelled on the mound and at the plate for Wrightsville. Strickler pitched a complete game, allowing five hits, while recording two strikeouts and two walks. The run he gave up was unearned. Strickler also went 2-for-3 and scored a run. Brady Prowell added two hits for Wrightsville, which broke the game open with five runs in the fourth. Jackson Marshall and Lewis Myers collected two hits apiece for Suburban York. Marshall had the game's only extra-base hit, a double. Wrightsville improved to 8-2-1. Suburban York fell to 2-7-0.
SOUTH WESTERN 3, RED LION 2: At Red Lion, the visitors plated the game-winning run in the top of the seventh to break the 2-2 tie. Jimmy O'Boyle led the visitors, going 2-for-4. Teammate Cooper Ayers hit a solo homer to tie the game in the top of the sixth. For Red Lion, Glenn Dietrich went 2-for-2, including a double, while starting pitcher Brady Taylor pitched six-plus innings while striking out three and walking one in taking the loss. South Western improved to 9-3-0. Red Lion fell to 5-5-0.
DOVER 4, SPRING GROVE 3: At Stoverstown, Grant Hoover drove in the game-winning run on a groundout in the fourth that scored Bryce Smith. Dover pitcher Drew Huffnagle picked up the victory, holding Spring Grove to three runs (two earned) on seven hits with seven strikeouts and five walks in seven innings. Smith (2-for-3, run scored), Alec Corbin (3-for-3, run scored) and Steve Stoy (2-for-3, RBI) paced Dover at the plate. Nick Spangler went 2-for-4 for Spring Grove.
NORTHEASTERN 11, YORK 1: At Manchester, Northeastern pitcher Jesse Sargen struck out 11 in six innings and walked two to earn the victory. Sargen also contributed a double to the cause. Devin Blymire singled home two runs for Northeastern. The winners took advantage of 15 walks issued by York pitchers.
DALLASTOWN 7, DILLSBURG 4: At Dillsburg, Dallastown never trailed after taking the lead with two runs in the top of the second. Winning pitcher Adam Deardorff struck out seven and walked two in five innings. Jonathan Snyder pitched the sixth and seventh innings for Dallastown. Taylor Lentz and Matt Attig cracked triples for the winners.
NEW OXFORD 5, PLEA SUREVILLE 2: At New Oxford, Darren Majczuk had three hits for New Oxford, which snapped a 2-2 tie with a run in the fifth and then added two insurance runs in the sixth. Winning pitcher Anthony Lippy struck out nine and walked four. New Oxford won for the eighth time in nine games. Pleasureville slipped to 5-4-0.