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SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE: First-place East Prospect uses 13-run inning to snap slump


East Prospect broke out of a mini-slide in a big way Thursday evening.

The first-place Pistons came into the game having lost three of four. They used a 13-run second inning to make sure that slump wouldn't continue en route to a 19-0 Susquehanna League triumph over visiting Felton.

Ryan Saxman (four hits, three runs, one RBI), Clayton Miller (four hits, three RBIs, two runs), Matt Shatto (three hits, two doubles, four RBIs, one run), Jeremy Mohr (two hits, three runs, two RBIs), Dylan Stoops (double, three runs, two RBIs), Ben Achenbach (two hits, three runs, two RBIs), Josh Lantz (two hits, double, one run, one RBI) and Jason Springer (two hits, one run, one RBI) led Prospect's 22-hit attack.

Adam Yunginger and Hunter McVey combined on a three-hit shutout, with Yunginger starting and going five innings. They combined for 10 strikeouts and two walks.

The Pistons improved to 24-7. Felton fell to 2-25.


Jacobus 12, York Township 4: At York Township, the visitors plated four runs in the fifth and three in the seventh to take a commanding lead. Austin Calaman led the visitors by going 3-for-4, including two doubles and three RBIs. Also for Jacobus, Anthony Ferrell went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, Drew Kelley went 2-for-3 with a double and one RBI, Joel Buchko went 2-for-5 with a double and Mike Austin doubled. For Township, Tyler Page went 3-for-4 with a double and one RBI, Mark Fagnani went 2-for-3 with a double and Mike Wokulich doubled. Jacobus improved to 21-7. Township fell to 13-17.

Conrads 15, Stewartstown 3: At Conrads, the home team plated 10 of its 15 runs in the bottom of the fourth. Highlighting the 10-run inning was Justin Berkstresser's two-out grand slam. Also for Conrads, Nick Root went 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs; Matt Jordan went 2-for-4 with a double, four RBIs and two runs scored; Kevin Keesey homered with two runs scored and two RBIs; and Joe Yourgal doubled. For Stewartstown, Marcus Stevenson went 1-for-1 with three walks. Conrads improved to 17-12, while Stewartstown fell to 13-16. Conrads has won four straight, including two wins over first-place East Prospect.