East Pennsboro's Nick Embleton went 3-for-3 at the plate in a win over West Perry 12-5 Monday afternoon, racking up over 100 hits for his career (102). Embleton had one RBI and three runs scored in the win, while Zach Garlinger tallied two runs and three RBI's. 

The milestone hit, believed to be the first time a Panther has reached 100 career hits, came on a double.

"It didn’t even really sink in while I was up to the plate, I was just trying to go up there with the same approach as every other at-bat to hit the first good pitch I saw," Embleton said via Twitter direct message. "Once I got to second base, everyone was extra loud and I realized what I just accomplished. It means a lot to get 100 career hits and to be the first known player to do it in East Penn history. I know there have been a lot of very good players to come through here, and it feels awesome to see all my hard work pay off. It was a humbling experience."

  • Cumberland Valley dropped Carlisle 9-4 behind two runs scored from both Dave Mangold and Ty Banach. Connor Madison tallied two RBI's for the Eagles, while Dylan White had a run scored and an RBI for the Thundering Herd.
  • Cedar Cliff defeated State College 9-2 behind Camden New's 2-for-4 performance at the plate (three RBI's, one run scored). Tayven Kelley had four RBI's on the day, while also getting the W on the mound with three innings pitched, two hits and five strikeouts.
  • Cole Wagner pitched all seven innings and struck out eight to help lead Red Land to a win over Central Dauphin 6-2. Kyle Hannon went 2-for-4 at the plate with two RBI's.

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