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Saturday's baseball roundup: Central wins back-and-forth game against Eastern

Here are Saturday's York/Adams baseball results. Check back often for updates.

CENTRAL YORK 6, EASTERN YORK 3>> After five lead changes, the Panthers outlasted the Golden Knights.

Central broke a 3-3 tie with one run in the fifth inning. The Panters added two more runs in the sixth inning.

Adam Reed went 2-for-4 and drove in one and scored three runs.

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EY, Colby Shimmel, Brandon Knarr (6) and M. Taylor. CY, Alex Myers, Brady Abel (5), Beau Burris (7) and J. Kroeger.

SO-BB — EY, Shimmel 5-5, Knarr 3-0. CY, Myers 3-4, Abel 2-2, Burris 1-0; W — Abel; L — Shimmel; 2B — EY, Knarr. CY, Burris; 3B — CY, Joe Kroeger.

BISHOP MCDEVITT 16, YORK CATHOLIC 0 (5) >> Bret Bitting pitched four scoreless innings as he held the Fighting Irish at bay in the Crusaders' lopsided win.

Bitting struck out five without issuing a walk. McDevitt's Mike Mowery had a double, triple and five RBIs.

York Catholic's Brady Wilking doubled.

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BM, Bret Bitting, Joe Pensiero (5) and Cole Gerula. YC, Will Catterall, Chris DeMarco (3), Matt Knauer (5) and Frank Skehan.

SO-BB — BM, Bitting 5-0, Pensiero 1-0. YC, Catterall 0-4, DeMarco 2-3, Knauer 1-0; W — Bitting; L — Catterall; 2B — BM, Joey Wrabel, Mike Mowery, Tommy Repa 2. YC, Brady Wilking; 3B — BM, Mowery, Johnson.

CUMBERLAND VALLEY 5, SUSQUEHANNOCK 0>> Joseph Cuomo tossed eight strikeouts and held Susquehannock to three singles to earn the win.

Alex Palmer had two hits for the Warriors.

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Sus, Dustin Babaie, Matt Wentz (4), Connor Hood (6) and Stephen Fuller, Sam Odegaard (7). CV, Joseph Cuomo and Drew Baughman

SO-BB — Sus, Babaie 3-2, Wentz 2-1, Hood 3-0. CV, Cuomo 8-1; W — Cuomo; L — Babaie; 2B — CV, Kyle Hooven.

CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST 10, YORK COUNTY TECH 0 >> Andy Pineda went 2-for-4 with a double as he helped lead the Panthers.

James Russell got the win as he stuck out six. Tech's Justin Nell went 2-for-2 with a pair of doubles.

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YCT, Luke Greisler, C.J. Pearson (4), Chronister (4) and Justin Nell. CDE, James Russell, Andy Pineda (5) and Pineda, Justin Cherry.

SO-BB — YCT, Greisler 0-0, Pearson 0-0, Chronister 0-0. CDE, Russell 6-2, Pineda 1-0; W — Russell; L — Greisler; 2B — YCT, Nell 2. CDE, Pineda.

LOWER DAUPHIN 14, DALLASTOWN 9>> Dallastown's four errors figured in Lower Dauphin's victory as both teams recorded 12 hits.

Dallastown's Bryant Holtzapple went 3-for-4.

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Dt, Riley Hamberger, Andrew Stambaugh (4) and Cody Somerville. LD, Michael Wilhite, Will Manley (2), Charlie Fies (6) and Tyler Frederich.

SO-BB — Dt, Hamberger 6-4, Stambaugh 4-4. LD, Wilhite 2-1, Manley 4-5, Fies 1-0; W — Manley; L — Hamberger; 2B — Dt, Nick Schuler, Jake Garrity; 3B — LD, Timmy Townsend, Frederich.

SPRING GROVE 8, GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM 1 >> The Rockets needed only six hits to grab the home win by taking advantage of eight Blue Devils errors.

"We have got to start fielding routine groundballs, like, as soon as a possible," Greencastle coach Eric Shaner said. "We are giving up way too much. We're having a season's worth of errors in every game. Our pitchers are throwing well, and we need to start supporting them."

The Rockets scored three earned runs and Derek Hoiles doubled.

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W — Jon Sager; L — Matt Kline (1-1); 2B — GA, Kline. SG, Derek Hoiles.

BOILING SPRINGS 7, BERMUDIAN SPRINGS 2>> Josh McCoy threw 10 strikeouts for Boiling Springs in their win over Bermudian Springs.

Toby Sponseller doubled for the Eagles.

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BeS, Colby Smith, Toby Sponseller (5). BoS, Josh McCoy, Dakota Quigley (5).

SO-BB — BeS, Smith 2-0, Sponseller 2-0. BoS, McCoy 10-2, Quigley 2-1; W — Quigley; L — Sponseller; 2B — BeS, Sponseller 2. BoS, Derek Clifton, Hunter Goshorn, Nick Rosario.