Leb. Co. Highlights: A-C baseball wins on walk-off steal
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Game of the Day
Annville-Cleona 4, Cocalico 3
With the game tied at three in the bottom of the seventh, Mitch Long stole home to give the Dutchmen the walk-off win. Long was put on base by an intentional walk, then stole second and third. A-C continues its white-hot streak, now winners of seven in a row, and 10 of its last 11 games.
Player of the Day
Mitch Long, Annville-Cleona baseball
Along with stealing the winning run, Long also finished 1-for-3 with two RBI.
Lower Dauphin 6, Palmyra 4
All six Falcons runs came in the first two innings, which proved to be just enough, despite committing four errors. Brian Coburn led the Cougars with a 3-for-3 day, including three RBI.
Cocalico 13, Cedar Crest 4
Up 8-4 after three, the Eagles pulled away by outscoring the Falcons 5-0 in the final quarter. Cedar Crest was out shot 25-6. Hunter Craig led the way with three points (goal, two assists)
Palmyra 19, Central Dauphin 3
The Cougars took control early, leading 14-2 by halftime. Kyle Nolen led the way with an eight point night (six goals, two assists), while Pete Robertson had a seven point night (three goals, four assists).
Cocalico 20, Cedar Crest 9
The Eagles scored 10 goals in each half to pull away. Hanna Lewis led the Falcons with three points (two goals, assist), while Kathleen Steckbeck also scored two goals.
Manheim Central 3, Lebanon 0 (25-6, 25-11, 25-13)
On a night to forget for the Cedars, Tyler Bolden led the way with four digs, seven assists, and an ace. Paul Heagy recorded five kills and two blocks.
Palmyra 3, Cedar Cliff 1
After taking a 2-0 lead, the Cougars slipped up in the third set, 25-22, before bouncing back to take the match in the fourth set, 25-16. The Cougars still remain in the hunt for the district playoffs.
Manheim Central 15, Lebanon Catholic 0 (3 innings)
After taking a 2-0 lead after one, the Barons scored 13 runs over the next two innings to end it early. The Beavers were also held to just one hit.
Lower Dauphin 6, Palmyra 2
The Falcons sealed the win with three runs in the seventh. The Cougars didn't help themselves either, committing three errors.