CENTRAL LEAGUE: Ryan Kehr pitches Stoverstown to regular-season baseball championship
- Stoverstown beat Vikings 4-0 on Tuesday to clinch the Central League regular-season title.
- Ryan Kehr pitched a shutout, striking out 10 and walking none.
- Brandon Warner led Stoverstown's offense with a three-run double in the sixth.
Stoverstown is the 2017 Central League baseball champion.
The Tigers (25-9) clinched their crown with a 4-0 victory over Vikings at Shiloh on Tuesday evening, Aug. 8.
Stoverstown also sewed up a berth in the York County Baseball Championship Series against Susquehanna League regular-season champion East Prospect. That series is set for Saturday, Aug. 26, and Sunday, Aug. 27.
The Tigers also assured themselves a berth in the Tom Kerrigan Memorial Tournament over Labor Day weekend.
In the win over Vikings, Ryan Kehr threw a shutout, striking out 10 and walking none.
Brandon Warner led Stoverstown's offense with a three-run double in the top of the sixth. The Tigers led just 1-0 at the time.
Also for Stoverstown, Nick Spangler went 2 for 4, including an RBI single in the fifth to break a 0-0 tie.
For the Vikings, Brock Gladfelter went 2 for 2, including a double.
Jefferson 6, Mount Wolf 5: At Jefferson, the home team rallied from a 5-1 hole after two innings to earn the win.
In a two-run sixth, Kurt Seiders' RBI double tied the game at 5-5, while Jordan Witmer's RBI single gave Jefferson a lead it would not relinquish. Seiders finished with a homer, two doubles and three RBIs.
Brian Bossom, after a rocky start, got the win, allowing four earned runs in six innings. Jon Kibler pitched a scoreless seventh to get the save, striking out two. Jefferson improved to 22-10-1.
Manchester 5, Glen Rock 3: At Manchester, Austin Allison led the home team to the victory by going 2 for 3 with one RBI.
Also for Manchester, Trey McWilliams went 2 for 4, while Michael Houseal started on the mound and threw five innings to pick up the win.
For Glen Rock, Justin Anderson went 4 for 4 with one RBI.
Pleasureville 8, Dillsburg 4: At Pleasureville, Devin Dellinger led the home team by going 2 for 3, including a grand slam in the bottom of the sixth to highlight a six-run rally that gave the home team the lead for good.
Also for Pleasureville, Matt Meyer went 2 for 2 with two runs scored, Clint Bohn went 1 for 1 with one run scored and one RBI and Chet Haifley threw a complete game, allowing four hits and two earned runs.
For Dillsburg, Clayton Haak went 2 for 2, including a double, with one run scored.