Stoverstown broke a 4-4 tie with a five-run fourth inning en route to a 9-4 Central League victory over visiting Dover on Thursday evening.
Brandon Bishard highlighted the outburst with a two-run single, while J.W. Besore and Brandon Taylor each added RBI singles.
For the game, Besore went 3-for-4, including a double, with two runs scored and two RBIs. Bishard (2-for-3, three RBIs), Zach Schuler (2-for-4, run scored), Austin Botts (2-for-3, double, two runs scored) and Adam Delauter (double, two RBIs) also had good offensive nights for the winners.
Taylor picked up the complete-game victory, striking out eight and walking five.
For Dover, Patrick Moriarty (2-for-3, two runs scored), Austin Rickrode (two-run double) and Dustin Kuhn (double) led the way.
Stoverstown improved to 20-3, while Dover fell to 11-13.
OTHER CENTRAL LEAGUE GAMES
MOUNT WOLF 4, JEF FERSON 3: At Mount Wolf, the home team plated three runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the lead for good.
Steve Pokopec's two-run single scored Trent Kline and Kyle Cook to tie the game at 3-3. Later in the sixth, Mark Burnside hit a sacrifice fly to deep center to score Pokopec with the winning run. Dan Dierdorff picked up a complete-game victory, striking out four and walking one.
For Jefferson, Andy Hershey (2-for-4, two-run double), Tyler Troxel (2-for-3) and Steve Gentile (2-for-4) led Jefferson's offense. Jefferson's Dave Walker pitched a complete game, striking out four and walking five.
Mount Wolf improved to 15-9, while Jefferson fell to 13-10.
GLEN ROCK 8, PLEA SUREVILLE 7: At Glen Rock, the home team plated four runs in the bottom of the fifth to take the lead for good.
Phil Kraska highlighted the fifth, when he hit a bases-clearing double to knock in the deciding run. Tim Hare went 2-for-2 with one RBI for Glen Rock, while Steve Egan went 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Relief pitcher James Gotwalt picked up the win and Tim Frisch pitched the final two innings to get the save.
For Pleasureville, Chet Haifley (2-for-4, RBI), Tyler Page (3-for-5, double, two RBIs), Matt Meyer (2-for-5, RBI) and Travis Shaffer (2-for-3, RBI) led the way.