Pennsylvania Daily Roundup for April 25th



4/25/12

No. 7 Nazareth 2,  Allentown Central Catholic 0
Allentown Central Catholic pitch Mike Kammerer was the hard luck loser holding Nazareth to just four hits. Nazareth (11-2) used their four hits to push across single runs in the 2nd and 6th innings.

Liberty 7,  Emmaus 1
Liberty (12-1) jumped on Emmaus starting pitcher Connor Healy for four runs in the first and cruised to its 12th win of the season. Liberty used six hits and five Emmaus errors to their advantage in scoring seven runs.

No. 10 Hershey 10,  Bishop McDevitt 8
Zach Dreyer relieved Eric Marrero in the 3rd inning and went the final 5 innings to pick up the win for Hershey. Drayer aided his cause with a two-run 1st inning homerun.

No. 3 Cedar Crest 15,  Conestoga Valley 9
Four Cedar Crest pitchers combined to give Cedar Crest their 11th win of the season.  Cedar Crest (11-3) had 15 hits on the day and scored in every inning but the 7th.

No. 1 Norwin 7,  Hempfield 3
J.J. Matijevic was the star again to help No. 1 Norwin remain perfect on the season.  Matijevic hit a grand slam in the top of the 7th to give Norwin the win. Hempfield (10-3) has two losses to Norwin among their three losses on the season.

No. 6 Hopewell 3,  Beaver 2
Tim Hughes scored from second base on a throwing error in the top of the ninth inning to narrowly escape with the win.  Hopewell (13-1) moved to 7-1 in league play.

Huntingdon 6,  Clearfield 4
Huntingdon, led by Tanner Cook, knocked off Clearfield.  Frehman pitcher Hunter Price carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning for Huntingdon. Cook was 2-for-4 with a homerun and two RBI for Huntingdon.

Saegertown 11,  Linesville 0
Saegertown continued its rain of dominance in District 10 with another shutout victory.  Austin Scere went the distance on the mound and aided his cause with a triple and a three-run homerun to go along with three RBI. Stephen Sada went 3-for-3 and Tyler Walters doubled in the Panthers nine hit attack.