Tanner Forry's monster evening powered East Prospect to a surprisingly easy 12-1 triumph over visiting Jacobus on Tuesday evening in Susquehanna League baseball action.
Forry finished 4 for 4, including two homers. He also finished with seven RBIs, three runs scored and a stolen base.
Also for Prospect, Ryky Smith homered and doubled, with two RBIs and two runs scored; Mark Schauren went 2 for 3 with one RBI and one run scored; Ryan Saxman and D.J. Ream scored two runs apiece; and Terry Godfrey threw a complete game on the mound, striking out four and walking one.
For Jacobus, Anthony Ferrell went 3 for 4.
East Prospect improved to 11-5, while Jacobus fell to 11-4.
Hallam 3, Stewartstown 2: At Hallam, Angel Matias' RBI single in the bottom of the fifth plated Matt Ruth to break a 2-2 tie and gIve the home team the lead for good. For the game, Matias went 2 for 3, while Ruth went 2 for 4, Zach Zambito went 2 for 3 and Alex Tucci went 2 for 3. Tucci also threw a complete game on the mound, striking out six and walking two. For Stewartstown, Jere Preston and Briar Robinson each went 2 for 3, while Blake Kendrick threw a complete game on the mound, striking out three and walking none.
Stoverstown 3, Pleasureville 0: At Stoverstown, Matt Brooks recorded the final out with the bases loaded, preserving the shutout and notching the save on the mound. Brooks’ efforts came after starter Levi Krause struck out three and walked four to collect the victory. Austin Botts’ three-run double in the third inning provided the offense for first-place Stoverstown, which improved to 13-2.
Manchester 11, Dover 2: At Manchester, Trey McWilliams was 2 for 3 with a triple and three RBIs while leading his team to victory. Kody Reeser struck out seven and walked seven while working into the seventh inning to collect the win on the mound. Colt Zorilla doubled for Dover.
Jefferson 8, Shiloh 3: At Jefferson, the home side scored six of its eight runs in the first two frames. After scoring four runs in the opening inning, Jefferson’s Kurt Seiders launched a two-run homer in the second. That was plenty for starter Brian Bossom, who pitched six innings, allowing three runs and striking out 10. Cole Bixler had the only extra-base hit for Shiloh, a double.
Dallastown 4, Spring Grove 3: At Dallastown, the home team scored in the bottom of the seventh to walk off with the win. Cody Somerville had two hits, two walks and two RBIs for the winners. Derek Hoiles had three hits for Spring Grove, which outhit Dallastown, 8-5. Dallastown pitcher Riley Hamberger had seven strikeouts in five innings.
Shiloh 3, Glen Rock 1: At Shiloh, Brandon Sheffer went the distance to get the win, allowing just two hits. Thomas Bentzel tripled for Shiloh