Penn State York manages baseball split
The Penn State York baseball team earned a split in Thursday’s home doubleheader against Penn State Greater Allegheny.
The local Lions won the first game, 6-5, but were then shut out in the second game, 4-0.
In the second game, York starter Alex Peters tossed a complete game, allowing all four runs, only two earned, on eight hits, with five walks and four strikeouts. Brady Lefever went 2 for 3, collecting two of the team’s five hits.
In the first game, the Yorkers jumped out to a 1-0 lead, but then had to rally after giving up four runs in the top of the third. They did, scoring two in the bottom half of the frame and then three more in the next inning, which held up for the win.
Alex Peters and Lefever each drove in two runs in the game, while Levi Stein spun a complete game, allowing five runs, three earned, on eight hits and a walk, while striking out three.
The split improved PSY to 4-14 on the year and 4-8 in Penn State University Athletic Conference play.