It was a day for no-hitters in York-Adams League baseball on Tuesday afternoon.
York Catholic's Jake Krevetski threw a no-hitter to lead the Fighting Irish to a 6-1 triumph over visiting Dover. The junior struck out four and walked six. Krevetski also had two hits and two RBIs at the plate. Erich Hartman (three hits, one run), Patrick Clement (two hits, double, one run) and Mike Conner (two hits, double, two RBIs, one run) also excelled at the plate for the Irish, who pounded out 11 hits.
Spring Grove's Jake Thoman pitched a no-hitter in a 2-1 triumph over visiting Northeastern. He struck out four and walked two. Pinch hitter Derek Hoiles singled home his older brother Dalton from third with two outs in the bottom of the sixth to break a 1-1 tie and give the Rockets the lead for good. Dalton started the inning with a single, followed by a sac bunt from Will Laughman and an infield ground out, setting the stage for Derek Hoiles.
For the Bobcats, Adam Kipp pitched a complete game, striking out four and walking two.
West York 7, Dallastown 1: The visiting Bulldogs scored five runs in the first inning and added a pair of runs in the fourth to get the win. Starting pitcher Brandyn Smith picked up the win by going the distance and holding the host Wildcats to a run on five hits with 10 strikeouts and one walk. Chase James, Brett Kinneman and Andrew Copeland each had doubles for the Bulldogs, who had one less hit (four) than Dallastown (five).
Delone Catholic 6, Eastern 1: At McSherrystown, Eastern reached Delone Catholic's Dalton Haymaker for a run in the first inning, but the right-hander shut down the Golden Knights the rest of the way. Haymaker struck out seven and walked just one while allowing six hits. The Squires took control of the game by scoring four runs in the bottom of the third. Joe Ames collected two hits for the winners, and Devin Strickler had two hits for Eastern along with scoring the Golden Knights' run.
Hanover 13, York Suburban 2: At Hanover, Nick Trish doubled twice and scored two runs and also pitched a complete game on the mound, striking out six. The game ended after six innings because of the mercy rule. Zack Sheaffer (three hits, two doubles, three RBIs, two runs) and Jared Peterman (three hits, four RBIs, two runs) also excelled for Hanover.