Allen Rohrbaugh pitched a one-hitter to help visiting Shiloh knock off defending champion Stoverstown, 5-2, in a Central League baseball game on Thursday.

Jessen Bishard's two-out single in the sixth inning was the only hit allowed by Rohrbaugh. The right-hander did walk seven batters, but he also struck out eight. Just one of Stoverstown's runs was earned.

Derrick Krout cracked a RBI single in the second inning to start the Shiloh scoring, and the winners took the lead for good with two runs in the third. An error led to both runs. Brock Gladfelter later belted a RBI double for Shiloh.

The umpires called the game after six innings because of darkness.


JEFFERSON 9, PLEA SUREVILLE 2: At Pleasureville, Jefferson broke open a one-run game by scoring six times in the top of the fifth.

Andy Hershey and Colin Porter collected two hits apiece for the visitors, and Porter and Joe Jasinski each drove in two runs. Pleasureville's Kameron Armacost went 2-for-2.

Dave Walker went the distance on the mound to earn the victory. Walker struck out four and walked six. The umps halted the game after five innings because of darkness.

GLEN ROCK 1, MOUNT WOLF 0: At Mount Wolf, Casey Hood led the visitors by pitching a shutout.

He struck out 10 and walked six.

Mason Heyne's RBI single in the top of the third scored Ethan Lear from second for the game's only run. Heyne went 3-for-3.


For Mount Wolf, Kyle Cook pitched a complete game, striking out three and walking one.

Glen Rock improved to 5-1.

DOVER 10, MANCHES TER 2 (6 INNINGS): At Dover, the home team plated five runs in the bottom of third to take a 5-2 lead and went on to capture the victory.

Patrick Moriarty was 3-for-4 with three RBIs for Dover. Shane Melhorn (two doubles), Dustin Kuhn (2-for-3, two RBIs), Chris Bubb (two hits), Austin Rickrode (two hits) and Seth Weber (two hits) also excelled for Dover.

For the visitors, Chris Langley went 2-for-3 with double.


RED LION 5, WINDSOR 2: At Windsor, Daryl Harang led the visitors to the victory by pitching a complete game on the mound, striking out 10 and walking none.

Mark Sheckard went 3-for-4 with two runs scored for the winners. Joe Doyle (2-for-4, three RBIs), Jason Enoch (2-for-4, double) and Phil Jeanmenne (2-for-3) led Red Lion's offense.

For Windsor, Chris Stoudt and Rick Thompson were each 2-for-3.

Red Lion improved to 4-1.

HALLAM 9, FELTON 0 (5 1/2 INNINGS): At Hallam, Dan Wecker's three-run homer in the third helped power the home team to the victory.

For the game, Wecker went 2-for-3 and also connected for an RBI double in the first. Joe Pietrobone (3-for-3, double), Angel Matias (3-for-4), Eric McNeil (2-for-3, double) and Brian Poff (2-for-2) also excelled for Hallam.

Hallam starting pitcher Travis Stump pitched five shutout innings with three strikeouts and one walk to get the win.

Hallam improved to 4-2.