DILLSBURG >> Things were not going well for Southern Fulton's baseball team Monday afternoon.
So when the PIAA Class A semifinal game against Lancaster County Christian was suspended in the bottom of the fourth inning, Indians coach Dustin Fischer wasn't complaining.
"(Pitcher Connor Litton) wasn't getting the calls, and nothing was going our way," Fischer said. "We were crushing the ball, and they were catching the ball. It was just not a good day for us, so we need to regroup."
The Lions, who are the away team on the scoreboard, lead the Indians, 3-0 with two outs and none on for Southern Fulton in the bottom of the fourth. The game is set to resume at Northern York at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.
LCC (22-4) immediately got off to a good start, gaining a 2-0 lead after two innings on a pair of unearned runs. Southern Fulton, on the other hand, had just two hits and left both runners stranded.
Litton and Lions ace Kyle Ebersole will be ineligible to pitch Tuesday, so the ball will go to Trent Rider and Jensen King, respectively.
"This was good for us because we have Rider to come back to," Fischer said. "I kind of wanted the skies to open up for just a bit because we needed a little break. I didn't know the second wave was coming, but we'll take the big break, too."