SPRY — It was a crazy final two innings at Shryock Field Monday evening.
Visiting Glen Rock took a two-run lead (5-3) into the bottom of the seventh, but home-standing Dallastown rallied to tie the score 5-5 with one out in the bottom of the seventh.
The home team nearly won the game with a walk-off hit with two outs, but the batter was called out at first on a bang-bang play.
The visitors scored three times in the eighth to take an 8-5 lead with two runs driven in off the bat of Glen Rock starting pitcher Jacob Mahan.
But after Dallastown loaded the bases with one out in the bottom of the eighth, the contest was called because of darkness.
As a result, the contest will go down as a 5-5 seven-inning deadlock because the full eighth inning was not completed.
First-place Dallastown is now 4-0-1 in the York-Adams American Legion East Division, while Glen Rock fell to 3-2-1.
Pleasureville 5, Suburban York 0: At Suburban, Josh Marquard and Reid Hershner combined on a three-hit shutout for Pleasureville, which improved to 5-1 in York-Adams American Legion East Division play.
Marquard got the win, going 4 2/3 innings and allowing one hit while striking out six. Hershner went the final 2 1/3 innings, allowing two hits and striking out four to get the save.
Cannon Maye (two hits, double, two runs), Nick Myers (two hits), Hershner (double, two RBIs) and Ryan Pepler (double, two runs) led the Pleasureville offense.
Southwest York 7, Dover 4: At Dover, the home team suffered its first loss of the season to fall to 6-1 in York-Adams American Legion West Division action.
Southwest York improved to 5-2. Dover was hurt by three errors that led to six unearned runs by Southwest.
Alex Klingler got the win, going 6 2/3 innings and allowing two earned runs. Ethan Stainecker had two hits, two runs and an RBI for the winners.
Nathan Ifkovits led Dover with two hits (including a double), two RBIs and a run scored. Ifkovitz also pitched four innings of three-hit ball, allowing zero earned runs with six strikeouts.
Spring Grove 0, Hanover 0 (10 innings): At Hanover, neither team could plate a run over 10 innings in the tie game.
The teams combined for just six hits.
Patrick Anderson pitched 4 1/3 innings for Spring Grove, while Ethan Zorbaugh went 5 1/3 innings. For Hanover, Alex Dehaas went nine innings and struck out nine, while Russell Livesay pitched the final frame.
Stewartstown 7, Northeastern 6: At Stewartstown, Timothy Grimsley led the home team to the victory by going 3 for 4, including a double, with two runs scored and one RBI.
Also for Stewartstown, Caleb Pietrowicz went 2 for 3 with a double, Adam Freese went 2 for 4 with one run scored and Sean Fletcher had three RBIs.
For Northeastern, Jaden Hennel went 2 for 2 with two runs scored, Eli Gross went 2 for 3 with a double, Wade Wolfgang went 2 for 3 with one run scored, Robert Hartman went 2 for 4 with two RBIs and Spencer Rhoads tripled and collected two RBIs with one run scored.
Shiloh 3, New Oxford 2: At Shiloh, a New Oxford error in the bottom of the seventh allowed Shiloh to walk off with the win.
Seth Eyler (two hits, three RBIs) and Justin Wetzel (two hits, two runs scored) led Shiloh's offense.
Wetzel started and pitched three innings, allowing one run. Robbie Bertucio also pitched three innings and allowed one run. Gabe Allen pitched a scoreless seventh to get the win.
Conrads 6, Felton 2: At Conrads, Josh Bobbitt and Josh Knaub combined on a four-hitter for the home team, which improved to 11-5.
Bobbitt went four innings and gave up two runs, striking out five, to get the win. Knaub went three shutout innings in relief, allowing one hit and zero walks while striking out three, to get the save.
Michael Carr had three hits, including two doubles, to lead Conrads. Travis Hake, Nick Root and Rick Thompson had solo homers for the winners.
Ben Kitzmiller had two hits (including a double), an RBI and a run scored for Felton.
Manchester 10, Pleasureville 7: At Manchester, Ryan Stough led the home team to the victory by going 2 for 3 at the plate with one RBI.
Teammate Adam Kipp doubled.
For Pleasureville, Todd Meyer went 2 for 4, including a solo homer in the fifth, and collected two RBIs.