Two weeks into the season and only two teams remain undefeated in the Mifflin County Babe Ruth League, Reedsville and Belltown each with 3-0 records.
On Sunday there wasn't a close game in sight as Belltown beat Milroy, 11-1; Yeagertown won its first game of the year beating McVeytown 16-1; Belleville shutout Burnham, 10-0; Lewistown stopped Beaver Springs, 15-1 and Reedsville took care of Strodes Mills, 20-6.
Belltown 11, Milroy 1
BELLTOWN - Belltown got a great pitching performance from Austin Erb as he tossed a five hitter at Milroy in an 11-1 victory.
The game was stopped after six innings due to the 10-run rule.
Belltown had 12 hits with two players leading the way with Ross Underhill getting three and Austin Herring right behind him with two.
Herring and Nick Hostetler each had doubles for Belltown.
Jake Smith was the only multiple hitter for Milroy with two.
Reedsville 20, Strodes Mills 6
MILROY - Reedsville jumped off to an 11-2 lead after the first inning and then crusied to a 20-6 win over Strodes Mills.
The game was stopped after five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Carson King nailed down the victory for Reedsville by working four innings. He struck out six, walked six and gave up four hits.
Austin Haubrick had two of Strodes Mills' six hits.
Cade Attick and Nate Bargo each had two of Reedsville's seven hits. Asron Kanagy had a double, while Bargo and Davis Wagner each had triples.
Lewistown 15, Beaver Springs 1
BEAVER SPRINGS - Lewistown manager Dominic Nichols was hoping that someone on his pitching staff would give him a dominant performance.
The West's Marcus Donahey delivered.
Donahey only had to go five innings as he only gave up three hits. He struck out nine and walked three. The game was stopped after five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Donahey was backed by a nine-hit attack.
Four Lewistown players had multiple hits, Trent Hidlay, Kenny Cavanaugh, Damon Jasper and Garret Treaster. One of Hidlay's hits was a double and both of Jasper's went for two bases including a ground rule double in the fourth inning. Jasper, who scored four times, knocked in West's final two runs in the fifth inning.
Beaver Springs' only three hits were singles from Chris Elliott, Jared Erb and Ashton Martin.
It was the Springs' first loss of the season.
Belleville 10, Burnham 0
BURNHAM - Belleville's Isaac Maclay tossed a one-hitter at Burnham and knocked then from the undefeated ranks with a 10-0 whitewash. The game was ended after five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Maclay finished with seven strike outs and gave up one walk.
Belleville only had six hits, but they were wrapped around nine walks and three hit batters. Kyle Peachey had a two hit performance for Belleville.
Noah Hannon had Burnham's only a hit, a single in the second inning.
Yeagertown 16, McVeytown 1
YEAGERTOWN - Ty Bodtorf smashed three extra-base hits in a 16-1 win over McVeytown. The game ended after five innings due to the 10-run rule.
Jordan Marshall was the recipient of the offensive outburst from the Yeagertown bats.
Marshall picked up the win with four innings of work. He struck out four, walked seven and gave up one hit. Hailee Weeder pitched the fifth.
Bodtorf ripped two triples and a double, but he wasn't the only Yeagertown player, who was in high gear.
Marshall finished with two triples and Nelson Cook also smashed a three-bagger. Isaac Matthews also had a double for Yeagertown.
Matthews, Marshall, Weeder and Treavor Hackenberg each had two hits,
McVeytown's three hits came from Alec King, Cody Yetter and a double off the bat of Derick Cross.
Reedsville 17, Belleville 8
BELLEVILLE - It's lucky Reedsville doesn't have a 'Batter of the game Award' because on Saturday night in Belleville it would have been hard to pick a winner.
Reedsville pounded out 19 hits as it downed Belleville, 17-8. Eight of the hits went for extra-bases.
Reedsville had six players with multiple hits and and two combined for almost half of the team's total.
Cade Attick had four hits including a double and a triple driving in three runs.
Not to be out done, Aaron Wagner matched Attick with a four hit performance. Wagner also had a double and a triple.
Aaron Kanagy and Logan Peachey each had three hits. Kanagy smashed a triple, while Peachey added a double.
Carson King and Nathan Bargo were close behind with two. King smacked a triple in the second inning, while Bargo knocked in three runs with his two singles.
Thomas Remy got in on the action, too as he entered in the fourth inning and smashed a double.
Reedsville jumped out to a 12-2 lead going into the bottom of the fourth. Belleville then made a game of it as it scored five times cutting the Reedsville margin to five runs.
Belleville finished with seven hits as Eddie Hamman and Kyle Peachey each had two hits. Hamman had a double as did Jeremy Kempton.
Kanagy picked up the win going four innings before giving way to Peachey.
Belltown 18, McVeytown 1
MCVEYTOWN - Belltown won its second game in a row by the 10-run rule as it downed McVeytown Saturday 18-1.
Tre Fleck picked up the win for Belltown as he went five innings. He struck out three, gave up just two hits and walked three. The game was ended after six innings due to the 10-run rule.
McVeytown scored its only run in the first inning. It also finished the day with just two singles from Alec King and Justin Rodkey.
Belltown smashed 15 hits with four going for extra-bases. Three players had multiple hits as Ross Underhill had three, while Nick Hosetetler and Tyreen Smalley each had two. Smalley, a rookie, had a double, while Underhill also smacked a two base hit.
Both of Hosetetler's hits went for extra-bases, a double and a triple.