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Monday's baseball roundup: Grimes helps New Oxford walk off vs. Dallastown

Dominic Grimes' sacrifice fly plated Josh Shultz with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning of New Oxford's 3-2 walk-off victory against Dallastown in YAIAA Division I baseball action Monday.

After the Wildcats tied the score at 2 in the top of the sixth inning, A.J. Cieslinski relieved Shultz and retired all seven Dallastown batters he faced to earn the win in relief for New Oxford.

Alex Smith was 3-for-3 with a double and drove in the other two Colonials' runs. Nick Schuler had two hits and a run scored for the Wildcats, who got a complete game and six strikeouts from Avery Strayer.

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Dt, Avery Strayer and Bryant Holtzapple. NO, Josh Shultz, A.J. Cieslinski and Keegan Romanoff.

SO-BB — Strayer 6-2, Shultz 4-2, Cieslinski 1-0; W — Cieslinski; L — Strayer; 2B — Dt, Tye Golden, Eric Morrison. NO, Alex Smith.

SUSQUEHANNOCK 12, KENNARD-DALE 6 >> After the visiting Rams scored five times in the top of the fourth, the Warriors responded with seven of their own in the bottom of the inning and went on win.

Susquehannock starter Connor Hood pitched a complete game in the win and went 4-for-4, with a triple and three runs scored. Dustin Babaie had three hits with two RBIs, and four others had two apiece as the Warriors pounded out 16 hits.

Ryan Vipperman had three hits for Kennard-Dale.


KD, Dustin Harden, Josh Bakalyar (4), Cody Arnold (5) and Trevor Jacobs. Sus, Connor Hood and Sam Odegaard.

SO-BB — Harden 1-0, , Bakalyar 0-0, Arnold 1-1, Hood 6-0; W — Hood; L — Bakalyar ; 2B — KD, Nick Horsey, Sus, Alex Palmer, Dustin Babaie; 3B — Sus, Hood.,

LITTLESTOWN 6, BERMUDIAN SPRINGS 0 >> Russell Livesay got the win on the mound, as he went six innings with three strikeouts and one walk to lead the Thunderbolts at home.

Livesay helped his cause from the plate, driving in two runs on a hit in three plate appearances. The Eagles' Clayton Hoff got the loss, firing four strikeouts and a walk.


BeS, Clayton Hoff and Tristan Sponseller. Lt, Russell Livesay, Jason Livingston (7) and Travis Henrie.

SO-BB — BeS, Hoff 4-1. Lt, Livesay 3-1, Livingston 0-2; W — Livesay; L — Hoff; 2B — Lt, Zachary Brown.

CHRISTIAN SCHOOL OF YORK 9, CONESTOGA CHRISTIAN 8 >> Ben Bills had two doubles as the Crusaders edged Conestoga Christian at home. Luke Kasian struck out five batters to earn the win in relief of starting pitcher Devon Cordora.


CC, T. March. CSY, Devon Cordora, Luke Kasian (3), Ben Bills (7).

SO-BB — CC, March 8-2. CSY, Cordora 1-4, Kasian 5-0, Bills 2-0; W — Kasian; L — March; 2B — CC, Boyer. CSY, Bills 2; 3B — CC, March, Gable.

WEST YORK 10, DOVER 1 >> Brett Kinneman cranked a three-run home run and earned the win from the mound for the Bulldogs. West York's Andrew Copeland chipped in a two-run double. Logan Stover and Sam Eyler each collected two hits for the Bulldogs.

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Do, Joe Morrett, Josh Spirito (2), Levi Murphy (4) and Zack Altland. WY, Brett Kinneman, Sam Eyler (6) and Anthony Kahley.

SO-BB — Do, Morrett 0-4, Spirito 0-0, Murphy 1-3. WY, Kinneman 6-4, Eyler 5-0; W — Kinneman; L — Morrett; 2B — WY, Andrew Copeland; HR — WY, Kinneman.

YORK CATHOLIC 10, FAIRFIELD 0 >> Frank Skehan ripped two doubles in three plate appearances to lead the Fighting Irish past the Green Knights.

Jake Krevetski pitched a complete game for the win with five strikeouts and zero walks. Fairfield's Dustin Baker and Chris Kletz had the only hits for their team.

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YC, Jake Krevetski and Andrew Polsen. F, Mason Flickinger, Coleman Sachs (2) and Austin Ford.

SO-BB — Krevetski 5-0. Flickinger 0-2, Sachs 6-0; W — Krevetski; L — Flickinger; 2B — YC, C.J. Burnside, Krevetski, Frank Skehan 2.

RED LION 17, SOUTH WESTERN 15 >> The Lions scored in every inning but one, and ended up needing all of those runs in a wild win at South Western.

A three-run sixth inning gave Red Lion a 13-10 lead, and the Lions added four more in the top of the seventh. The Mustangs came back with five in the bottom of the inning before Wyatt Tyson, the fourth Lions pitcher, shut the door.

The teams combined for 29 hits and 13 errors.

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Briar Lauer, Wes Urey (4), Alex Zelger (7), Wyatt Tyson (7) and Jonathan Smith. SW, Kyle Raubenstine, Jay Yeater (2), Austin Yancheski (3), Matt Taylor (5), Matt Kays (6) and John Youngman, Raubenstine (5).

SO-BB — Lauer 4-3, Urey 3-1, Zelger 0-0 , Tyson 1-0, Raubenstine 1-0, Yeater 2-4, Yancheski 1-3, Taylor 2-1, Kays 0-2.; W — Urey; L — Taylor; 2B — RL, Adam Whitman 2, Zelger; HR — SW, Miles Francis.

SPRING GROVE 22, CENTRAL YORK 7 (4) >> After trailing by five runs early, the visiting Rockets exploded for 19 runs in the top of the fourth inning for the victory. Spring Grove notched 17 hits.

SG, Reed. CY, Beau Burris, Andrew Parks (4), Collin Smeltzer (4), Mike Davis (4).

SO-BB — Reed 3-0, Burris 5-4, Parks 0-1, Smeltzer 0-3, Davis 0-0; W — Reed; L — Burris.

HANOVER 5, YORK COUNTY TECH 4 (9) >> The Nighthawks won their first game of the season in a nine-inning affair. Madison McDaniel picked up the complete-game victory, striking out eight. Catcher Isaac Silver went 2-for 4 and rapped a double.

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Han, Madison McDaniel and Isaac Silver. YCT, Chronister, Brown (6) and Nell.

SO-BB — Han, McDaniel 8-5. YCT, Chronister 4-1, Brown 3-1; W — McDaniel; L — Brown; 2B — Han, Silver. YCT, Warfield.