Shaw leads NP-Mansfield past Sayre in pitcher's duel.
By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 19, 2016
2016 NTL and District 4 News
By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 19, 2016
JP Shaw had eight strikeouts in a one-hit shutout as North Penn-Mansfield edged Sayre 1-0 in NTL baseball action Monday.
He also had two walks.
A bases-loaded walk to Brendon Hill scored Dewey Wise in the bottom of the fifth and that proved to be the difference in the game.
The Tigers only had three hits in the contest; Joel Whitteker got two of them, going 2-for-2, while Levi Adams was 1-for-3.
Connor Hanafin had the lone Sayre hit.
On the mound for the Redskins, Jordan Rockwell went the first three innings, with four strikeouts and just one hit.
Nate Sweet came on in relief, going the final three innings for the loss. He struck out three while allowing two hits, one earned run and two walks.
Dawson Prough got his 100th career hit in the Hornet's NTL win Monday.
Tyler Melko went 2-for-2 to lead CV, while Connor Calaman was 1-for-2. Caleb Fitzwater started for the Indians and scored the loss.
A run in the bottom of the seventh gave the Trojans a win in this NTL rivalry game.
Canton led 2-0 after the second inning but Troy fought back, scoring one run in the third.
The Warriors made it 3-1 after the top of the third, but Troy came back with three runs in the bottom half of the inning to take a 4-3 lead. Canton would tie it up in the fifth.
In the seventh, Collin Binford led off with a bunt single for Troy, then stole second. After Kyle Schucker walked, Nathan Swain hit into a fielder's choice, putting runners on the corners.
Dane Smith then hit a single up the middle that drove in Binford and won the game for the Trojans.
Clark Jackson, Binford, Smith, Nate Martin, Tyler Williams and Hunter Cohick all had hits for Troy.
Binford, Smith, Martin, William Dibble and Cohick all scored, while Smith had the RBI.
Jackson started and went the first three innings, striking out six while allowing three hits, one walk and two earned runs.
Schucker went the final four and got the win. He struck out six while allowing five hits and two runs — neither of them earned.
Mason Martell went 3-for-4 to lead Canton, while Kaden Martell had a triple with an RBI and a run scored.
Brenden Landis, Ethan Landis, Bryce Cole and Michael Smithers also had hits. Cole, Jeremiah McClinton and Smithers all scored as well.
Smithers started and went the first four innings, allowing three hits and four runs with four strikeouts.
Mason Martell went the final three innings and scores the loss. He allowed five hits and one run while striking out three.
In a back-and-forth contest, the Wildcats held on for the NTL win.
Tied at 10 in the bottom of the seventh, Gavin Stein led off by striking out, but was able to get on base as the pitch hit the dirt. He would reach second on an errant throw by the NEB catcher.
Stein then moved up to third on a wild pitch where Ryan Kennedy hit him in for the win.
It was the Panthers early as they led 5-0 after the first inning.
Athens rallied, scoring two in the third and five in the fourth to go up 7-5, but four runs in the fifth by NEB put them back on top, 9-7. NEB would push it to 10-7 with a run in the sixth.
The Wildcats would tie it up with three runs in the bottom half of the sixth.
Luke Newman was 2-for-3 with a double, home run, three runs and 3-RBI to lead Athens, while Ryan Kennedy was 2-for-3 with two runs and 2-RBI.
Marc Felt was 2-for-4 with a double, run scored and 2-RBI, with Cory Stivason going 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI.
Cody Sindoni, Joe Parshall and Cody Jennings also had hits.
Justin Reagan, Jennings, Matt Collin and Stein all scored while Parshall, Jennings and Stein had one RBI each.
Felt started and went the first five innings with five strikeouts, nine hits, nine earned runs and three walks.
Newman went the sixth inning with one earned run, one hit and two walks.
Jennings pitched the seventh and earned the win, striking out two.
Nik Geiser was 4-for-4 with a double, two runs scored an 5-RBI to lead NEB, while Derrick Newman was 2-for-4 with a double, run scored and an RBI.
Grant Allis added a double with 3-RBI, while Brian Horton, Tyler Emick and Nate Watkins also had hits.
Garret Smith, Emick and Horton all scored twice while Watkins also crossed home. Horton knocked a runner in as well.
Watkins started and went the first three innings. He struck out three while allowing one hit, three earned runs and five walks.
Geiser went the final three innings and scores the loss. He struck out four while allowing 10 hits, one walk and eight runs, four of them earned.
Three runs in the bottom of the fifth by the Tigers proved to be the difference in the IAC baseball match-up.
The two teams were tied at one-all with Tioga scoring in the first and Waverly in the fourth before the Tiger's big inning.
They added a run in the sixth for insurance.
Parker Hendershot led Tioga, going 3-for-3 with a double and triple while scoring twice.
Mitchell Taylor was 2-for-4 with a double, run scored and an RBI while Pierce Hendershot was 2-for-4 with 2-RBI.
All told the top three spots in Tioga's line-up went 7-for-11 with three extra base hits and 3-RBI on the day.
Jake Evanek, Jesse Manuel, Damon Rockwell, Tyler Whitmore and Zach Blayda also had hits for Tioga.
Whitmore and Blayda both scored while Manuel knocked in a run.
Manuel went the first four innings with seven strikeouts, two hits, two walks and one unearned run.
Parker Hendershot came on in relief for the final three innings and got the win. He struck out three.
Peyton Miller and D.J. Meyers both went 1-for-3 for Waverly's two hits with Meyers knocking in Brendyn Stillman for their lone run.
Stillman started and scored the loss, going five innings to strikeout four while allowing 12 hits, two walks and four earned runs.
Meyers went the final inning with one earned run and two walks.
A four run, top of the sixth inning gave the Warriors the NTL baseball win Monday.
Williamson scored in the third and fourth inning to go up 2-0, but Wyalusing struck back in the bottom of the fifth with two runs of their own.
Williamson then scored four more in the top of the sixth, then added another run in the seventh to secure the win.
Chase Austin was 2-for-4 with a double to lead the Warriors, while Colin Heilbrun (1-for-4) and Jake Rice (1-for-3) also had doubles. Rice scored and had an RBI while Heilbrun also drove in a runner.
Jared Stermer (1-for-1) and Brandon Enck (1-for-3) had the other hits. Enck added a run scored with 4-RBI while Stermer scored twice.
Hunter Cass scored twice, while Wyatt Gorg also crossed home.
Austin got the win, going all seven innings with 10 strikeouts, six hits, one walk and two earned runs.
Kyle Warner was 1-for-4 with a double and an RBI for the Rams, while Ridge Williams, Isaac Bennett, Mike Wilcox and Eli Bennett also had hits. Scott Eberlin and Eli Bennett scored their two runs, while Williams knocked one in.
Chandler Brown started and went the first five innings for the no decision. He struck out six while allowing three hits, four walks and two runs, one of them earned.
Jon Morrison came on in relief in the sixth and failed to record an out to take the loss. He allowed two walks and one hit for three earned runs.
Isaac Bennett finished out the final two innings, striking out one while allowing two hits, two walks and two unearned runs.
A late rally by the Red Raiders doomed Sullivan in PHAC baseball action Monday.
Sullivan led 10-6 after a six run top of the sixth.
In the bottom half of the inning, Montgomery scored six runs of their own for the win.
Brian Lewis was 3-for-4 with two runs to lead the Griffins, while Jarod Houck was 2-for-4 with a double and run scored.
Lucas Shultz and Jake Doyle were both 2-for-4, while Doyle scored twice and Shultz once.
Spencer Gordner was 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI.
Bryce Hoffman, John Saxe and Nate Higley also had hits. Saxe and Higley both scored.