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BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Northern Lebanon snaps skid with 10-0 win

One day after recording one hit at Palmyra, Northern Lebanon brought out its big sticks Friday for a 10-0, mercy-rule win at Lancaster Mennonite. The victory snapped a four-game losing streak for the Vikings, who opened the season with three straight victories. Junior Chase Dubendorf clubbed a double, one of seven team hits on the day. Meanwhile, Isaac Wengert dominated from the mound, notching nine strikeouts over five innings. He allowed three hits and walked none.

The Blazers churned through three pitchers, who combined to hand out eight free passes on the afternoon.

GARDEN SPOT 10, CEDAR CREST 0>> Skylar Krause took the loss on the hill for the Falcons, who fell handily in a Section One-Two crossover game at New Holland. The Spartans tallied 11 hits over five innings, posting their last two runs in the bottom of the fifth. Cedar Crest managed two hits, but committed four errors. Derek Hitz and Austin Douple came in relief, combining for one strikeout and two walks.

LANCASTER CATHOLIC 7, ELCO 2>> The Raiders found themselves trailing early and never recovered down In Lancaster, knocking out just three hits over seven innings. Senior southpaw Jack Mays suffered the loss on the hill, allowing four runs in the second inning and three more over the fifth and sixth. Mays also smacked a double, the only extra-base hit of the afternoon. Elco also committed five errors in the field.

DONEGAL 17, LEBANON CATHOLIC 0>> The Beavers could only last four innings in a tough home loss to Donegal. They went hitless while surrendering nine to the Indians, who scored 15 runs in the third and fourth frames. Cameron Shott toed the rubber for Lebanon Catholic and took the loss.