Strodes Mills tops McVeytown

MCVEYTOWN — McVeytown just installed a new scoreboard and it was working for the first time Tuesday.

Unfortunatley for the home team, the numbers under its name didn’t get a work out until the last inning.

And by then, the game was in hand for Strodes Mills who won 11-5.

The big story of the game was the pitching of Thomas Resignalo. The 15-year-old had a shutout for six innings, limiting McVeytown to four hits.

Finally in the seventh, McVeytown got three straight hits from Owen Mock, Logan Parks and Jaron Yoder.

After a bases loaded walk to Logan Stimely, Resignalo was removed for Cade Penepacker.

But, Penepacker had control issues as he walked three and gave up a hit. Finally, Jaxson Pupo came in and settled things down with two quick outs.

Strodes Mills picked up a run in the first inning when Cole Schlegel scored on a wild pitch.

But, it was in the second that Strodes took command of the game, scoring five runs off five hits. Schlegel and Penepacker each had two-run singles and Pupo had the fifth RBI on a bases loaded walk.

Connor Cherry paced the 14-hit attack for Strodes Mills with three hits, including a double. Schlegel, Aaron Grassmyer, Tyler Hunter and Bradyn Eversole each had two hits. Hunter and Schlegel both doubled and Schlegel knocked in four runs.

McVeytown finished with eight hits. Brian Yetter led the team with two, including a double.

Burnham 4, Milroy 2

MILROY — Brando Souders and Bryce Dobson combined for a one hitter against Milroy in a 4-2 win.

Souders got the win as he went six innings and didn’t allow a run. He struck out six, walked one and gave up the hit. Dobson closed in the seventh, having walked two, struck out two and gave up no hits.The two Milroy runs scored on wild pitches.

Milroy’s only hit came in the second inning from Ryan Esh, a single.

Dobson was Burnham’s only multiple hitter with two. Burnham scored two runs in the third on singles from Dobson and Souders.

Anson Wagner went the distance for Milroy. He only walked one.

Lewistown 7, Beaver Springs 2

BEAVER SPRINGS — Efrain Oliveras-Perez lifted Lewistown to a 7-2 win over Beaver Springs.

Oliveras-Perez was the winning pitcher, going seven innings where he struck out seven, walked two and gave up two hits.

Lewistown backed its ace pitcher with eight hits. Gage Schaeffer and Ben Yingling each had two.

In the fourth, Lewistown took control of the game with three runs thanks to base hits from Oliveras-Perez and Kelly Ferguson, a walk, an error and a wild pitch.

Beaver Springs got hits from Isaac Knepp and Pretson Arbogast.

Cal Ripken

T&J’s 8, Moose 7

LEWISTOWN — A walk-off single by Ryan Hine got T&J’s past Moose, 8-7, Tuesday night in Cal Ripken baseball.

Hine turned on a 2-0 pitch and singled in Addison Shilling to lift T&J’s into the championship game against Krentzman’s.

T&J’s picked up eight hits along the way with Gavin Knode and Farrell Sounders each collecting multiple hits. Knode went 3-for-4 in the contest.

Moose tallied six hits with Dupree Reed and Trevor Miles each having a multi-hit performance. Dupree went a perfect 3-for-3.