Mount Wolf now has a two-game lead in the Central Baseball League.

The Wolves crushed Stoverstown, 16-5, while second-place Shiloh fell to Manchester, 3-1. Mount Wolf improved to 13-3, while Shiloh fell to 11-5. Manchester is third at 10-6. Stoverstown fell to 8-8.

Mount Wolf scored two runs in the first, two in the second, three in third, two in the fourth, four in the sixth and three more in the seventh to get the road victory at Stoverstown. Nine Mount Wolf players had hits and seven had RBIs, led by Patrick Moriarty, who went 4-for-5 at the plate with a solo homer in the third, a two-run homer in the fourth, six RBIs and three runs scored. Dalton Hoiles was Stoverstown's lone batter with multiple hits, going 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs.

At Shiloh, the visitors plated two runs in the top the first and went on to capture the victory. Trey McWilliams led Manchester, going 2-for-3, including a double, while Nick Shuman went 2-for-2 and Jeremy Pagano doubled. Manchester relief pitcher Josh Reeser came on in the sixth, in relief of Pagano, to finish the game, striking out three and walking two. For Shiloh, Cole Bixler went 3-for-3, including a double.


Jefferson 9, Pleasureville 0: The Jefferson offense tallied nine runs on 13 hits while pitchers Steve Porter and Kurt Seiders combined to hold visiting Pleasureville to two hits with 10 combined strikeouts and three combined walks. Seiders also went 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI. Teammates Zach Schuler (3-for-4, one run scored), Trevor Troxel (3-for-4, two doubles, two RBIs, two runs scored) and Tyler Troxel (2-for-3, run scored) combined for eight hits.


Dover 3, Glen Rock 2: At Dover, the home team plated all three runs in the bottom of the fourth to take the lead for good. Adrian Ferrer led Dover, going 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Dan Soloman went 2-for-2 for Dover, while starting pitcher Victor Soto pitched six innings to pick up the win, striking out six and walking three. For Glen Rock, starting pitcher Alex Coombes threw five innings, striking out six and walking three to take the loss. Teammate Sammy Miller doubled. Glen Rock plated two runs in the top of the seventh but was unable to send the game into extra innings.


Jacobus 4, Felton 2 (8 Innings): At Felton, Riley Hamberger's sacrifice fly in the top of the eighth plated Joe Doyle from third for the go-ahead and eventual game-winning run. Brian Hudish went 2-for-4 for Jacobus, including an RBI single in the top of the eighth for the final run of the game, while starting pitcher Mike Crowe threw a complete game, striking out 10, walking four and allowing two hits. For Felton, Tyler Taylor hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the first, while starting pitcher Steve Ahlbrandt threw six innings, striking out five and walking three for a no-decision.

Hallam 6, Stewartstown 1: At Hallam, Matt Ruth pitched a complete-game five-hitter and Jaron Shimmel blasted a pair of two-run homers to lead the home team. Ruth struck out 11 and walked two. Angel Matias added two hits for the winners, while Marcus Stevenson had two hits for Stewartstown. Dave Loban pitched a complete-game five-hitter for Stewartstown. He struck out two and walked five. Hallam leads the Susquehanna League at 10-2.

East Prospect 13, Red Lion 3: At East Prospect, Mark Schauren had three hits, including a homer and double, to lead Prospect. He also drove in two runs and scored two runs. Ryky Smith had two hits, including a double, to go with four RBIs and a run scored. James Guiseppe added two hits and two runs scored for Prospect. Adam Yunginger got the win, going six innings and allowing two earned runs. He struck out eight without a walk. Thomas Taylor had two hits and an RBI for Red Lion.

York Township 6, Conrads 4: At Township, the visitors plated two runs in the top of the first to take an early lead, but the home team rallied back fast, taking a 6-2 lead by the end of the third inning. Austin Calaman led Township by going 2-for-3, including a solo homer. Joel Buchko hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the first for the winners, while Casey Markey threw a complete game, striking out five and walking none. For Conrads, Joe Yourgal went 2-for-3, including a double, while Matt Jordan went 2-for-3.