Gage Heller and Jeff Levitan drove in three runs apiece to lead Milton to a 9-7 Heartland-I victory over Midd-West on Monday and hand the Mustangs a rare loss.
Heller had a double as part of his day, while Levitan had just one hit for Milton (5-5 overall), which scored a run in both the fifth and sixth innings to break a 7-all tie.
Brandon Stokes and Corey Kriner each added a pair of hits in the win for the Black Panthers.
Shane Connahan had three hits, a triple and three RBIs for Midd-West (11-3, 6-3). Ryan Combs and Alex Hackenberg added two hits apiece for the Mustangs.
Jersey Shore 10, Shikellamy 2
SUNBURY — The Bulldogs jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first inning to cruise to a HAC-I win.
Brody Smith hit a leadoff double and Zach Miller added an RBI double in the opening inning for Jersey Shore.
Matt Snyder singled in both runs for Shikellamy (8-6, 5-5 HAC-I) in the seventh inning.
Montoursville 5, Mifflinburg 0
MONTOURSVILLE — Despite issuing five walks in the game, Andrew Noll struck out nine batters and he allowed just two hits to lead the Warriors to the HAC-I victory.
Andy Aurand and Austin Walter had the two hits for Mifflinburg (5-10 overall).
Warrior Run 6, Central Col. 5 (9 inn.)
TURBOTVILLE — Noah Showers hit a one-out home run in the ninth inning to give the Defenders the HAC-II victory.
Sean Morehart led Warrior Run (3-10 overall) with two hits on the day, while Andrew Gummo and Teddy Bender both had a single and an RBI for the Defenders.
Southern Col. 10, Benton 3
BENTON — The Tigers scored six runs in the second inning to take a big early lead and the HAC-III win. Doug Michaels batted 2-for-3 and drove in three runs to lead Southern (9-3, 8-1 HAC-III).
Upper Dauphin 25, Greenwood 5
MILLERSTOWN — The Trojans erupted offensively by scoring 11 runs in the fifth inning to head home early with the Tri-Valley League victory.
Upper Dauphin (13-2, 11-2 TVL) pounded out 13 hits, with Kaleb Hoch and Mac Ney each finishing the game 3-for-5. Hoch drove in eight runs, highlighted by a bases-loaded double in the fourth, while Ney drove in five runs.
Drew Paden had a two-run double in the first for Greenwood (0-14, 0-11).