First-place Conrads got a brief scare from last-place Stewartstown on Thursday evening.
Stewartstown jumped out to a 7-4 lead by scoring four runs in the top of the second inning.
Conrads, however, roared back with nine runs in the bottom half of the inning to take back the lead for good.
Conrads went on to a 15-8 triumph to improve to 22-6 in the Susquehanna League. Conrads now has a 11/2-game lead over second-place Red Lion (19-6). Stewartstown fell to 1-28.
Brandon Miller (3-for-3, run scored, two RBIs, two-run homer) and Anthony Ferrell (2-for-3, two runs scored, four RBIs, three-run homer) paced Conrads.
Stewartstown had four players with multiple hits, led by Craig Martin (4-for-4, two runs scored) and Chris Schwertzler (2-for-4, two runs scored, four RBIs, three-run home run).
The game was called for darkness in the middle of the sixth.
OTHER SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE GAMES
FELTON 8, EAST PROSPECT 1: Visiting East Prospect got its lone run on a solo homer from Clay Chaney in the sixth to pull within 3-1.
Felton, however, would score five runs in the bottom of the frame, capped off by a grand slam from Brad Lloyd.
Pitcher Steve Ahlbrandt picked up the win, holding East Prospect to one run on three hits with seven strikeouts and two walks in a complete-game effort.
HALLAM 8, JACOBUS 1: At Jacobus, the visitors plated six runs in the top of the third, highlighted by a grand slam from Mackey Miller.
Jason Seitz (2-for-4), Joe Strayer (2-for-3) and Justin Seitz (two-run homer) also excelled at the plate for Hallam, while Jaron Shimmel picked up the complete-game victory on the mound, striking out seven and walking three.
For Jacobus, A.J. Hammond doubled.
Hallam improved to 18-12, while Jacobus fell to 16-12.
COLUMBIA 1, YORK TOWNSHIP 0: At Township, Mike Kernisky's bloop single scored the lone run of the game in the top of the fifth.
Josh Lantz (3-for-4) and Josh Wagner (3-for-3, double) led Columbia's offense.
Paul Giulio pitched a shutout, striking out nine and walking six. For Township, Austin Calaman pitched a complete game, striking out five and walking one.
RED LION 2, WINDSOR 2: At Windsor, the two teams battled for 10 innings but couldn't come up with a winner before darkness set in.
The game will be concluded at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 25.