SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE: First-place East Prospect suddenly struggling, loses to Windsor


Susquehanna League leader East Prospect has suddenly hit a rough patch.

The Pistons suffered their third loss in the last four games on Wednesday with a 9-4 setback at Windsor.

Prospect still sits in first place at 23-7, but is now even in the loss column with Jacobus (20-7). The Pistons have two regular-season games left, while Jacobus has five games remaining.

The home team trailed 4-3 going into the bottom of the fourth, but rallied to score six runs to take the lead for good. Highlighting the fourth, Brian Dinsmore hit a solo homer to lead off the inning and Rick Thompson capped the frame with a grand slam.

For the game, Andy Taylor scored twice for Windsor, while Tyler Myers went 2-for-2 and scored two runs, Cole Delp went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, Dinsmore went 3-for-4 and Sam Kitzmiller went 3-for-4. Windsor starting pitcher Chris Schroll threw six innings, striking out eight and walking three to pick up the win.

For East Prospect, Josh Lantz doubled and scored two runs.


Red Lion 5, York Township 4: At York Township, the visitors led 5-3 entering the bottom of the seventh and held on for the road victory. Brady Taylor led the visitors by going 2-for-2, including a double. Teammate Tyler Butcher threw a complete game, striking out nine, walking three and allowing no extra-base hits to pick up the win. For Township, Jon Snyder went 2-for-4, Nick Schuler went 2-for-2 and Dan Westfall went 2-for-4.