The York Tech baseball team moved to the .500 mark on Wednesday with an 8-5 triumph over visiting Columbia.
The Spartans moved to 9-9. Columbia fell to 2-18.
Joey VonRohr (three hits, two RBIs, run) Luke Greisler (two hits, double, two runs, RBI), Gus Giacopelli (two hits), Camden Schanberger (two hits, RBI) and Nathan Chronister (triple, two runs) paced Tech's attack.
Tech scored five runs in the bottom of the fifth to break open a 2-2 game.
Craig Summers pitched five innings and allowed three earned runs to get the win, striking out six. Giacopelli pitched the final two innings, allowing one earned run.
Kennard-Dale 5, South Western 4: At Hanover, K-D (12-5 overall) held a 5-0 lead after 5 1/2 innings and then held on for the nonleague win. Joey Thomas (two hits, two runs), Wyatt McCleary (two hits, RBI, run) and Adam Freese (double, two RBIs, run) led the Rams' attack. Cole Sinnott pitched 5 1/3 innings, allowing two earned runs, to get the win.
New Oxford 1, York Suburban 0: At New Oxford, A.J. Cieslinski was nearly perfect for the home team, pitching a one-hit shutout, while striking out five and not allowing a walk. Suburban's Ryan Myers was nearly as good, pitching a five-hit complete game. Tracey Carr's double was Suburban's lone hit.
Solanco 10, Dallastown 3: At Dallastown, Solanco exploded for seven, seventh-innning run to break open a 3-3 nonleague game. Nick Parker had two hits, including a triple, to pace Dallastown, which dropped to 16-4. Ben Writer had a solid start for the Wildcats, going 5 2/3 innings and allowing two earned runs. Five Dallastown errors led to eight unearned runs for Solanco, which improved to 8-12.
Northeastern 10, Susquehannock 4: At Glen Rock, a four-run fourth allowed Northeastern to break away from a 4-4 tie. Josh Rich (three hits, two doubles, four RBIs, run), Spencer Rhoads (three hits, double, two runs, RBI), Wade Wolfgang (three hits, RBI, run), Robbie Elzinga (three hits, double, two runs), Jaden Hennel (two hits, RBI, run) and Chris Moyer (two hits, double, two runs, RBI) paced the Bobcats' 17-hit attack. Elzinga went 6 2/3 innings to get the win, allowing two earned runs while striking out five. Ben Trego (two RBIs) and Hunter Sentz (triple, two runs) led the Warriors.
Big Spring 7, Dover 6: At Newville, Big Spring erupted for seven runs in the sixth inning to erase a 5-0 Dover lead. Dover had just three hits. Jeremy Bentzel had two RBIs for Dover. Big Spring committed six errors.
Cumberland Valley 11, Red Lion 1: The Lions got outhit 12-4 in the nonleague battle. Red Lion dropped to 13-6. CV improved to 14-4.