The Dallastown baseball team is now alone in first place in York-Adams Division I.
The Wildcats downed Kennard-Dale on Wednesday afternoon, 10-3.
Dallastown is now 6-3 overall and 5-1 in the division. The Wildcats hold a half-game lead over Red Lion, Spring Grove and South Western, which each stand at 5-2 in the division. Red Lion dropped out of first place with a 4-3 loss to Northeastern.
The Wildcats plated six runs in the bottom of the second to take a 7-1 lead and never looked back. Matt Attig led the Wildcats, going 3-for-4, including a homer and a triple, and finished with five RBIs. Tyler Butcher picked up the victory, striking out six and walking two in five innings.
NORTHEASTERN 4, RED LION 3: At Red Lion, the Bobcats broke a 2-2 tie in the top of the seventh, when they plated the two go-ahead runs. Steve Shimkus led the Bobcats by picking up a complete-game victory, striking out four and walking two. Teammate Jessie Sargen scored two runs and reached base three of the four times he batted. For the Lions, Wyatt Tyson went 2-for-3, including a double, while Austin Taylor went 2-for-4. Cody Godfrey threw a complete game for Red Lion, striking out five and walking five.
SOUTH WESTERN 4, WEST YORK 1: At Hanover, Chris Mills pitched a complete-game five-hitter for South Western. He struck out four and walked three. West York's Joe Prego also went the distance, allowing seven hits. He fanned three and walked three. Parker Bean homered for South Western, and Cole Bixler did the same for West York. Bishop Elder and Jordan Smith added doubles for the Mustangs.
SPRING GROVE 9, NEW OXFORD 2: At Spring Grove, the Rockets scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth to break open a tight game. Jake Thoman got the win, pitching 52/3 innings and allowing two runs. Dalton Hoiles and Cody Kauffman combined for 11/3 innings of shutout relief. Hoiles also finished with three RBIs. Nick Spangler (two runs, two RBIs), Johnny Gross (two hits, RBI), Levi Krause (two hits, two runs, RBI) and Trevor Troxel (two hits, RBI) also enjoyed good days at the plate for Spring Grove.
EASTERN YORK 11, YORK CATHOLIC 8: At York, the Golden Knights rallied from a 6-1 deficit after three innings to earn the win. Eastern used three-run rallies in the fourth and fifth innings, and a four-run outburst in the seventh to grab the victory. Devin Strickler led the winners with a triple and a double to go with four RBIs and a run scored. Clayton Miller added three hits and an RBI for the winners, while Bobby Hedrick chipped in two hits, including a triple, with three runs scored. Erich Hartman (two hits, one RBI, one run), Matt McKim (two RBIs, double, one run) and Doug Mills (two hits, one RBI, one run) led York Catholic. Colby Shimmel got the win in relief, throwing two innings of hitless, scoreless ball. York Catholic was hurt by five errors, which led to five unearned runs.
SUSQUEHANNOCK 12, FAIRFIELD 1: At Fairfield, the Warriors used a nine-run fourth inning to blow open the game. Sammy Miller (two RBIs, two runs, double), Bryan Kerr (two doubles, RBI), Connor Hood (two hits, three RBIs) and Josh Houser (two hits) led the Warriors' 10-hit attack. Cyrus Trego got the win on the mound. He went the distance in a game shortened to five innings because of the mercy rule. He allowed three hits.
YORK SUBURBAN 7, BIGLERVILLE 4: At Biglerville, the Trojans plated four runs in the top of the seventh inning to erase a 4-3 Biglerville lead and earn the win. Mark Stein had three hits, including a double, to lead Suburban. A.J. Hammond tripled for the winners. Suburban outhit Biglerville, 11-7.
LITTLESTOWN 12, YORK TECH 6: At Spry, Todd Cook (two hits, three runs, two RBIs), Kai Hess (two hits, two runs, two RBIs), Logan Mummert (two hits, RBI, run) and Adam Forsythe (two hits, two runs, RBI) led Littlestown's 12-hit attack. Argenis Rivera (two hits, two runs, RBI), Derrick Smith (two hits, two runs, two RBIs) and Ryan Leatherwood (two hits, run, RBI) paced Tech.
DOVER 3, CENTRAL YORK 0: Visiting Dover took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first on an RBI single from Ross Drawbaugh that scored Grant Hoover (2-for-4). The Eagles added a run in the second and another in the seventh, both on errors. Pitcher Bryce Smith picked up the win by tossing all seven innings, allowing three hits with two strikeouts and one walk. Nate Snyder led Central, going 2-for-4. Panthers' starting pitcher Tyler Lingg allowed one earned run in 62/3 innings, giving up six hits with two strikeouts and three walks.