Pennsylvania Daily Roundup for April 24th



4/24/12

No. 8 Malvern Prep 4,  Germantown Academy 3
Malvern Prep (18-4) got behind early but used a two-run fifth inning to win at Germantown Academy. MP was led by Joe Ravert who knocked in the game winning run in the fifth.  Ravert also threw two innings in relief to pick up the save. Winning pitcher John Durkee pitched the first five innings for the win and combined with Ravert to hold Germantown to two hits on the afternoon

Liberty 14,  Dieruff 0
Liberty continued to play well in disposing of Dieruff in five innings.  Zach Kantor limited Dieruff to 3 hits in picking up the win. Patrick Donnelley (2), Ryan Brong (2) and James McCarthy (3), all had multiple RBI for Liberty (11-1).

No. 10 Hershey, 10 Lower Dauphin 0
Hershey pounded out 11 hits, including a two run homerun by Eric Hoover, to put away Lower Dauphin (9-3) in five innings.  Jack Stover went the distance for the win for Hershey (10-1), limiting LD to two hits.

No. 4 Conestoga 12,  Strath Haven 7
Conestoga (8-2) brought out the big sticks, pounding seven extra base hits, to outscore Strath Haven 12-7. C.J. Herron, 3-for-4, had a double and a triple with four RBI to lead the offensive attack. David Splain, 4-for-4, had two doubles and three RBI in a losing effort.

Boyertown 4,  Phoenixville 0
Dan Woodley pitched a complete game striking out 14 and giving up two hits to lead Boyertown (9-3). Kyle Weller drove in three of the four runs to lead the offense.

Penn Charter 2,  Chestnut Hill 0
Duke commit, Kenny Koplove, struck out 10 in a complete game shutout.  Penn Charter (16-4) used five hits and three Chestnut Hill errors to push across single runs in the 3rd and 4th innings for the win.

No. 3 Cedar Crest 9,  Elizabethtown 2
Dan Black and Patrick McCabe combined on a two-hitter as Cedar Crest (10-3) was able to put away Elizabethtown. Four runs in the third inning, followed by two more in the fifth, were enough for CC to pull away.

Shippensburg 7,  Waynesboro 2
Andrew Koser went the distance on the hill to lead Shippensburg (11-2). Cole Warrenfeltz supplied some offensive punch for Waynesboro with a fourth inning solo homerun.

No. 9 Blackhawk 5,  Ambridge 0
Adam Rousseau pitched a complete game shutout to lead Blackhawk. Rousseau held Ambridge to five hits in moving his record to 5-0 on the season.

Fox Chapel 3,  Seneca Valley 1
In one of the biggest upsets thus far this spring, Fox Chapel knocked off Seneca Valley 3-1.  Fox Chapel had won once in 27 games prior to this game.  Brandon Koglin led the Foxes with three hits.