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  • Boiling Springs routed York 15-2 in five innings, scoring seven runs in the first frame Tuesday. Kyle Swartz (2-for-3) homered, scored three times and had two RBIs. And on the mound he fired three innings of three-hit ball for the win.
  • Cedar Cliff stayed tied atop the Mid-Penn Commonwealth with Red Land, winning a 13-10 shootout with visiting Cumberland Valley. Camden New cracked a solo homer for the Colts, and Bobby Whalen (4-for-5) drove in four runs and scored twice. Trey Law tossed 4.1 innings for the win, and also doubled twice with three RBIs. CV's Jayson Kramer also hit a solo shot, and Dave Mangold doubled and had four RBIs on a 4-of-5 day.
  • Red Land needed five innings to beat Carlisle 14-4 on the road. Mason Walker (2-for-3) smacked a homer for the Patriots, scored twice and drove in five runs. Cole Wagner struck out six in four innings for the win. And Jace Fetterman (2-for-3) homered for Carlisle, adding three RBIs.
  • Carey Myers fired a two-hitter, punching out 12 in Camp Hill's 2-0 win against Trinity. Andrew Root nearly kept pace with 10 Ks in 5.2 innings, taking the tough-luck loss.
  • West Perry popped Steel-High 11-0 in five thanks, stealing a combined eight bases on the day. Ben Smith (3-for-3) drove in three runs and scored another.
  • A six-run fifth inning was all unbeaten Northern (8-0, 6-0 Capital) needed in a 6-1 road win at East Pennsboro. Bryce Andrews went 2-for-5 with two RBIs and a run in the Polar Bears' win, while Eddie Ensor fanned five in six frames.

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