SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE: Brittains help Stewarstown to eight-inning triumph
In a game that featured 10 runs over the final two innings, the Stewartstown Vets outlasted the Windsor Cardinals on Tuesday evening, 8-5 in eight innings, in Susquehanna League baseball action.
The Vets improved to 6-3, while Windsor fell to 2-10.
Cody Brittain went the distance to get the win, striking out 14 while walking five. He also homered and tripled
Jesse Brittain (three hits, double, three runs, two RBIs), Jere Preston (two hits, three RBIs) and Craig Martin (two hits, double, run) led the Stewartstown attack.
Windsor was paced by Matt Robinson (three hits, two RBIs) and Shawn Wilson (two hits, RBI).
York Township 6, Felton 3:At Felton, James Guiseppe led the visitors by throwing a complete game, striking out 12, walking three and allowing five hits. Andy Freeburger went 2 for 4 with two runs scored and one stolen base; Derek Pitzer went 3 for 4 with one run scored and one RBI; and D.J. Reed collected three RBIs. For Felton, Evan Paules went 2 for 4 with three RBIs, while starting pitcher Wes Urey threw 5 1/3 innings, striking out three, walking two and allowing no earned runs. The Ducks committed five errors, while Township (10-5) committed none.
Jacobus 3, Hallam 1: At Jacobus, Mike Crowe pitched a complete-game, two-hitter, striking out five and walking two to get the win. Brian Crimmel (two hits, double, RBI, run) and Kerry Clark (homer) led the Jacobus offense. Hallam's Colby Shimmel also went the distance, giving up two earned runs with three strikeouts and no walks. Dan Wecker had two hits and a run scored for the Express.
East Prospect 5, Conrads 2:At East Prospect, after trailing 2-0 after three innings, the home team scored five unanswered runs. For the Pistons, Jeremy Mohr led the offense, going 2 for 3, including a double, while collecting four RBIs. Also for East Prospect (11-1), Mark Schauren went 2 for 3 with one run scored, Dalton Renn doubled with two runs scored and Terry Godfrey threw a complete game, striking out five, walking one and allowing four hits. For the visitors, Travis Hake homered with two RBIs, Drake Renn doubled with a run scored and Emmit Silar went 2 for 2.