Keenan Stare pitched a no-hitter on Monday afternoon to lead Shiloh to a 4-0 victory at Stoverstown in Central League baseball action.

Stare, a former West York High School standout, struck out three and walked one.

The right-hander took a perfect game into the bottom of the seventh before hitting a batter and walking a batter. He got the final two outs on groundouts to preserve the no-hitter. He only needed 70 pitches to record the win.

Stare recently graduated from East Stroudsburg University, where he was the school's all-time saves leader.

Jordan Lehman pitched a complete-game two-hitter in defeat for Stoverstown. He struck out five and walked four.

Shiloh plated three runs in the first. Brett Kinneman had a leadoff single and later scored on a fielder's choice by his brother, Brandon. The other two runs were unearned.

Shiloh did not have hit after the second, but did total five stolen bases — including two each by Brett Kinneman and Brock Gladfelter.


Glen Rock 3, Manchester 1: At Glen Rock, Randy Bond and Josh Houser combined on a three-hitter. Bond got the win by pitching the first four innings, allowing one run with two strikeouts and one walk. Houser got the save with three shutout innings, striking out six and walking two. Justin Anderson and Collin Crowell each had two hits for the winners, while Sam Miller homered. Michael Houseal went the distance for Manchester, allowing seven hits with two strikeouts and zero walks.


Stoverstown 15, Pleasureville 2: At Pleasureville, the visitors piled up 14 hits, including three each from Colby Murphy and Jessen Bishard. Murphy scored four runs and drove in one run, while Bishard drove in four runs and scored two runs. Levi Krause went the distance to get the win, allowing six hits. He struck out five and walked four. Jordan Chacanias had two hits and an RBI for Pleasureville.

Manchester 3, Mount Wolf 2: At Manchester, the Indians rallied for three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to wipe out a 2-0 deficit. Josh Reeser's bases-loaded single scored the first two runs, and Jeremy Pagano doubled home what proved to be the winning run. Jesse Sargen was 2-for-3 for Mount Wolf, which scored single runs in the first and third innings. Jason Kelly struck out six and walked two to earn the complete-game victory. Wolves' pitcher Dan Dierdorff recorded seven strikeouts and two walks. Kelly allowed seven hits, and Dierdorff allowed six.

Shiloh 6, Dover 0: At Shiloh, Brandon Kinneman and Brandyn Smith combined on the shutout. Kinneman worked the first 5 1/3 innings, and Smith pitched the final 1 2/3 innings. Shiloh's Jesse Bortner and Allen Rohrbaugh collected two hits and two RBIs apiece, and Jake Molison drove in two runs.

Dover 7, Pleasureville 6: At Dover, a four-run burst in the bottom of the sixth allowed the home team to edge the Hawks. Dover collected just three hits in the game, but it combined them with seven walks and three Pleasureville errors. Scott Ream went 3-for-4 and drove in two runs for the Hawks, who scored all six of their runs in the fifth. Jordan Chacanias added two hits for Pleasureville. Derek Slagle, who came on in relief during the sixth, earned the victory. Slagle entered with the bases loaded and no outs, but he prevented the visitors from scoring by recording two strikeouts and a goundout. In his two innings on the mound, Slagle struck out four and didn't issue any walks.

Glen Rock 4, Jefferson 1: At Jefferson, Troy Miller was 3-for-3 with two stolen bases to lead Glen Rock. Scott Merkle added two RBIs. Dan Rogers got the win in relief.

Mount Wolf 4, Jefferson 2: At Jefferson, Dustin Kuhn's three-run first-inning homer was the big blow in the game. Kyle Cook pitched a complete game to get the win. Jim Volz had three hits for Jefferson.