- Red Land put up a 10-spot in the top of the seventh inning, pulling ahead with the big frame to beat Hershey 15-5 Saturday. Jaden Henline blasted not one, but two homers on a 3-for-5 day at the plate, adding a double, three runs and four RBIs. Luke Wagner (3-for-4) doubled, scored twice and drove in two, and Benny Montgomery (2-for-5) had three RBIs. Montgomery also earned the win with .2 innings of relief.
- Cumberland Valley pitching struggled to hold Ephrata in check in an 8-5 road loss. The Eagles allowed five walks in total, with Micah Wolf taking the loss in two innings of relief. Jayson Kramer (1-for-4) doubled and drove in two runs for CV.
- West Perry sliced up Hanover 11-0 in six innings, earning the mercy rule victory with a six-run sixth. Ronnie Neidigh scored four runs, and Ben Smith scored two more despite both of them combining to go 0-for-4. The Mustangs managed four hits. Neidigh allowed three hits and fanned six in the win.
- Ren Fukami went 1-for-3 with two RBIs and a run scored, but West Shore Christian was routed 24-6 in six innings by Biglerville.
Several states require high school students to pass a civics test in order to graduate. Which got us to thinking -- how difficult would these questions be? In order to become a naturalized citizen, applicants must correctly answer 6 of 10 questions from the list of 100 questions. Here is a sampling of some of those questions. We re-worded them a bit -- test yourself!