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SANDLOT BASEBALL: East Prospect outslugs Windsor


The East Prospect Pistons put up crooked numbers in four consecutive innings to down the Windsor Cardinals at home, 15-6, in Susquehanna League baseball action on Tuesday night.

Ryky Smith had a big day at the plate, driving in four runs to lead the Pistons, while Dylan Stoops and Mark Schauren each drove in three. Smith had two doubles at the plate, while Anthony Torreullas had a double and triple to pace his 4-for-5 day at the dish.

East Prospect's Ryky Smith drove in four runs on Tuesday vs. Windsor.

Shawn Wilson drove in two runs for Windsor, going 3 for 3 with a double, the team’s only extra-base hit on the evening.




Stewartstown 5, Felton 1: At Stewartstown, the Vets broke open a close game with a three-run bottom of the fifth to down the Ducks. Jordan Lozzi and Jason Mitchell combined to scatter five hits for Stewartstown, allowing just one run in the top of the first, while Jesse Brittain hit a home run and drove in two runs. Felton's Jake Deppen was 2 for 3 with a  run scored.

Conrads 7, York Township 2: At Conrads, the home team plated all seven runs in the bottom of the fifth to erase a two-run deficit. Brad Church led the home team by going 2 for 3, including a double, with three RBIs and two runs scored. Also for Conrads, Nolan Boushell went 2 for 3 with a double, one run scored and one RBI, while Josh Knaub started the game on the mound, throwing five innings, while striking out seven and walking four to pick up the win. For Township, Robert Catchings and Austin Martinez each doubled.

Red Lion 11, Hallam 4: Red Lion,'s Brett Alamo got the win, pitching 4 2/3 innings, allowing one hit to Xavier Bonilla. Alamo allowed four runs and six walks, but struck out seven. Daulton Martin homered twice, driving in five runs.


Jefferson 7, Dillsburg 2: At Jefferson, Brian Bossom threw a complete game on the mound to lead the home team. Bossom struck out six, walked two, and allowed just three singles.

Vikings 4, Manchester 3: At Manchester, the visitors plated two runs in the top of the fifth to secure the victory. Alex Rohrbaugh led the visitors by going 2 for 2, including two RBIs. For Manchester, Jeremy Pagano went 2 for 3 with one RBI.

Mount Wolf 2, Pleasureville 0: At Mount Wolf, runs in the third and sixth innings for the Wolves was the difference in the pitcher’s duel. Dan Dierdorff and John Mehring each drove in a run for Mount Wolf, while Tyler Page pitched a complete-game two-hitter for the home side. Andrew Parks didn’t get any offensive support from his Pleasureville team, pitching a complete game and allowing five hits and two runs.