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With Felton win, quarterfinal playoff series now set in Susquehanna League baseball

  • Felton earned a berth in the Susquehanna League quarterfinals.
  • The Ducks earned that berth with an 8-5 play-in win over Windsor.
  • Felton will now face East Prospect in the best-of-three quarterfinals.

The quarterfinal playoff series in the Susquehanna League have now been set.

The final piece fell into place on Tuesday, Aug. 1, when ninth-place Felton beat eighth-place Windsor in a play-in game at Windsor, 8-5.

That clinched Felton's spot in the best-of-three quarterfinal series, which start Thursday evening, Aug. 3. Felton (5-28) will take on regular-season champion East Prospect (24-8). Windsor finished at 10-23.

The Pistons were scheduled to take on Jacobus on Tuesday, Aug. 1, in the final regular-season game of the season. Jacobus, however, couldn't field enough players and was forced to forfeit. As a result, Jacobus fell into a second-place tie with Hallam in the final regular-season standings at 21-11. Hallam, however, got the No. 2 seed in the playoffs by virtue of beating Jacobus in three of their four regular-season meetings.

Hallam will battle No. 7 seed Conrads (12-20) in the quarterfinals, while Jacobus will take on No. 6 seed Red Lion (15-17). The other quarterfinal pits No. 4 seed York Township (19-13) against No. 5 seed Stewartstown (17-15).

The quarterfinal match-ups were reported incorrectly in a story in Tuesday's Dispatch sports section. 

Whitman gets Felton win: In Felton's win vs. Windsor, Adam Whitman pitched five innings of four-hit, one-run relief to get the win for the Ducks.

Felton's 12-hit offense was led by Erik Paules (three hits, two runs), Patrick Daugherty (two hits, double, three runs), Luke Howard (two hits, double, two runs, two RBIs), Evan Paules (double, three RBIs) and Kody Allen (two hits, double, run).

Windsor was paced by Chris Liggett (three hits, double, three runs), Connor Dewees (two hits, double, RBI, run) and Cole Delp (three hits, two RBIs)