Byers Give Black Sox Second Straight Walk-Off Victory
Tanner Byers laced a 2-run single to right in the bottom of the seventh to push Biglerville past the Hanover Raiders by a 2-1 score Thursday night at Oakside Park. Byers threw a complete game to get the win, striking out four. Zack Rudisill accounted for three hits, including a double, for the Raiders, who outhit the Black Sox 6-3.
Hagerstown scored three runs in the top of the first and made it hold up as the Braves doubled up Cashtown 4-2. Will Grove got the win and Steven Ricketts the save for Hagerstown. Tyler Reinert and J.C. Collins each drove in a run for the Pirates. Chase King, Reinert, and Austin Kunkel combined to whiff 8 in a losing cause.
Littlestown scored nine runs in the first three innings to take command in their 10-3 win over homestanding Gettysburg. Justin Keith swatted a leadoff homer to spark the Dodgers. Joe Murren, Sam Wertz, Travis Inch, Blake DiPietro, and Keith all managed a pair of hits for Littlestown. Tyler Martin scored all three Gettysburg runs, and Dustin O'Brien drove him in twice.
New Oxford took an early lead, then withstood a seventh inning rally to hang on and beat Shippensburg 6-5. Shippensburg trailed by one and loaded the bases with no outs in the seventh, but Jordan Arnold fanned the next two batters before inducing a game-ending groundout. Dan Shafer, Mitch Collins, and Joel Clabaugh had two hits apiece for the winners.
North Carroll defeated Brushtown 7-3 at the Brushtown Athletic Association diamond. No game details were reported.