The Southern Fulton baseball team claimed a close 4-3 non-league victory over District 5 rival Meyersdale in a rematch of last year's district final.
The Indians used aggressive base running in the tight contest, stealing nine bases, led by Zach Clark, who stole four - but the team also stranded 10 runners on base and flew out eight times.
"We should have scored more runs tonight," Southern Fulton coach Dustin Fischer said. "But we had a nice win against a friendly rival of ours."
Clark earned the win for SF (11-1) in four innings of relief work. He allowed three hits and struck out two.
Southern Fulton has won its last nine games.
James Buchanan 17, Fannett-Metal 8: James Buchanan exploded in the opening innings of non-league game against Fannett-Metal, scoring 13 runs in the first three innings.
"It was just too much for us to dig back out of," Fannett-Metal coach Jamie Funk said.
Chayse Fisher went 3-for-3 with three RBIs for James Buchanan (6-6), while Hunter Kann had three hits for the Tigers (4-9).
Meyersdale 8, Southern Fulton 4: Southern Fulton dropped a non-league game to undefeated Meyersdale. The Indians allowed six runs in the sixth and seventh innings after tying the game at two in the bottom of the fifth.
"Overall we played very well, and just struggled with one inning tonight," SF coach Melissa Mackel said.
Madison Baker went 2-for-4 with 3 RBIs for Southern Fulton (3-10), and Lakyn Morton was 2-for-4 with an RBI.
Shalom Christian 5, Heritage 2: Shalom continued its dominant streak in the MDCC with a 5-2 win over Heritage thanks to a hat trick by Lexy Poe. Brooke Emge and Sarah Priest each contributed a goal and an assist in the win. Mikayla Hoy scored both of Heritage's goals. Shalom outshot Heritage 24-7.
Shippensburg at the Millersville Invitational: Cody Gustafson claimed third place in the triple jump with a leap of 41-11, and Taha Shamshudin placed eighth in the 110 hurdles with a time of 16.49 for the Greyhounds.