Conrads remained hot on the heels of first-place Red Lion on Tuesday night with a 13-7 triumph over third-place Windsor in Susquehanna League baseball action.
Red Lion leads the league at 14-4, followed by Conrads (15-6) and Windsor (13-7).
Windsor jumped out to a 5-0 lead, but Conrads outscored the home team 13-2 the rest of the way.
Anthony Ferrell (4-for-5, two runs), Justin Berkstresser (3-for-5, solo homer, RBI single, two-run single), Kerry Clark (3-for-4, two runs), Brandon Miller (2-for-5, two-run double), Travis Hake (2-for-4, two runs), Brandon Dietz (2-for-3) and Cole Heffner (three-run homer) led Conrads' 18-hit attack.
Shawn Wilson (3-for-4, two runs, five RBIs, grand slam) and Chris Liggett (4-for-4, solo homer) led Windsor.
After a rocky first inning, Josh Knaub settled down to get the win on the mound.
OTHER SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE GAMES
RED LION 6, FELTON 0: At Red Lion, Jason Enoch threw a complete-game shutout to lead the home team to the victory. Enoch struck out 14, walked four and did not allow an extra-base hit. Joe Doyle had a two-run single in the bottom of the second to cap off a six-run outburst, while Andy Taylor went 2-for-3. With the win, first-place Red Lion improved to 14-4.
COLUMBIA 8, STE WARTSTOWN 0: At Stewartstown, Gordy Eck led the visitors to the victory by pitching a complete-game shutout. He struck out eight and walked two. Eck also helped himself out at the plate by going 3-for-3. Also for Columbia, Zach Buterbaugh went 3-for-4; Josh Lantz went 3-for-4, including a double; Tanner Kennedy went 2-for-4, including a double; and Josh Longsderff went 2-for-4.
JACOBUS 2, YORK TOWNSHIP 0: At York Township, Alex Tucci's shutout led Jacobus to the road victory. Tucci struck out seven, while walking two. He allowed no extra-base hits. Nate Kopp hit a solo homer in the fourth for Jacobus, while Brian Crimmel went 2-for-4, Kyle Saxman went 2-for-3 and Corey Knaub went 2-for-2. For Township, Casey Markey pitched a complete game, striking out three and walking none. Derek Pitzer registered both hits for the home team.
EAST PROSPECT 9, HALLAM 6: At East Prospect, the home team trailed 4-2, entering the bottom of the sixth, but rallied to plate seven runs to take the lead and capture the home win. Dan Wecker led the East Prospect offense, going 2-for-4, including a double, with one run scored and one RBI. Also excelling for Prospect were Chad Moyer (2-for-3, two runs scored, one RBI), Kristopher Knutsen (2-for-3, two runs) and Angel Matias (two RBIs). For Hallam, Justin Seitz had one run scored and two RBIs, while Jaron Shimmel doubled.