Conrads sweeps past Stewartstown in Susquehanna League
- Red Lion pitcher Brandon Miller picked up both wins on Sunday.
- Stewartstown's Cody Brittain struck out 16 and walked eight in the suspended game.
- Conrads' Rick Thompson broke up Brittain's no-hit bid with a sixth-inning homer.
Conrads earned a pair of one-run victories over Stewartstown on Sunday in Susquehanna League baseball action.
Conrads captured a 5-4 12-inning victory in the first game, which was the completion of a suspended contest from Thursday.
In the second game, Conrads grabbed a 3-2 triumph.
Red Lion's Brandon Miller ended up getting the win in both games. Miller came on in the ninth to win the suspended game, striking out two and walking one. In the second game, Miller pitched a complete game, striking out four and walking one while allowing eight hits.
Stewartstown's Cody Brittain fanned 16 in the opener, but walked eight, before giving way to Blake Kendrick in the ninth. Kendrick then pitched a complete-game seven-hitter in the second game, but took the loss, striking out three and walking three.
The offensive leaders for Conrads in the opener were: Rick Thompson (two hits, homer, two RBIs, run), Glenn Dietrich (two hits, double, run) and Xavier Bonilla (homer, two RBIs, three walks, run). Thompson's sixth-inning homer broke up Brittain's no-hit bid. Stewartstown's Marcus Stevenson had two hits and an RBI in the suspended game.
In the second game, Miller had two hits, two RBIs and a run scored, in addition to getting the win on the mound. Dave Loban led Stewartstown in the second game with a two-run double.