Breitweiser lifts Northeast to a win
Northeast (5-3) is scrambling to get back into the Public League Division A baseball race, and first-place Washington (7-3) paid yesterday.
(5-3) is scrambling to get back into the Public League Division A baseball race, and first-place
(7-3) paid yesterday.
The Vikings scored four runs in the top of the fourth inning to take an 8-4 lead and went on to beat the host Eagles, 16-4.
Joe Breitweiser belted a three-run homer in the sixth inning and added a double, two singles and knocked in five runs. Winning pitcher Brian Suften chipped in with four singles and drove in three runs.
In another league game, Joe Maloney tossed a four-inning no-hitter and led Franklin Learning Center past host Germantown, 18-1.
Maloney, who helped himself with a single, double, two runs batted in and three runs scored, struck out eight and walked four.
Catholic North. Ryan Nally went 3 for 3 with a single and a pair of triples as North Catholic shaded host Father Judge, 5-4.
Nally scored twice and earned a save, pitching the final inning in relief of Keegan Smith.
Catholic South. Aaron Haas picked up an RBI triple in the third inning and Tim Edger drove in a run with a triple in the fifth inning to help St. Joseph's Prep beat visiting Neumann-Goretti, 8-0.
Matt Dolan allowed just one hit, a single with two outs in the sixth inning.
Suburban One American. Kevin Monge blasted a walk-off grand slam and Upper Merion handed visiting Quakertown its second-straight loss after winning its first 10 games, 10-6.
Monge scored twice and drove in five runs for the Vikings.
Del-Val. John Burke did not allow a hit over three innings and Interboro stopped visiting Academy Park, 15-0.
Burke struck out six and walked none and also singled and scored twice.
Southern Chester County. Chris Campbell threw a three-inning perfect game and boosted Great Valley to a 15-0 win over visiting Octorara.
Campbell struck out four and was supported by home runs by Mike Shuster and Tom Rafetto.
Bergan Foley exploded for seven goals, including the 200th of her career, and led
to a 19-5 nonleague win over visiting
Springfield (Montgomery County)
Springfield (Montgomery County)
was tested in two of the four contested matches, but came through with a 5-0 win over
in the first round of the District 1 Class AA team tournament.
At No. 2 doubles, Keith Armington and Ben Lotka lost the first set in a tiebreaker to David Bond and Robert Burrell, but came back to complete the Spartans sweep with wins of 6-2, 6-3.
Class AAA. Forest Grinstead won a tiebreaker in the second set at No. 2 singles and handed Strath Haven a 3-2 win over North Penn. Grinstead won his match, 6-3, 7-6 (7-4).
Ashley Robinson allowed just four hits in pitching
to a 10-2 Public League win at
Edison scored nine runs in the fourth inning to break open a close game and win at University City, 19-9.
Stephanie Adorno got the win on the mound and hit the game's only home run.
Pioneer Athletic. Two unearned runs in the second inning gave Owen J. Roberts a 2-0 win at Boyertown and handed the Bears their first defeat of the season. Kelsey Schultz outdueled Shelby Beaver to earn the win.
Catholic South. Kristen Paoletti pitched a no-hitter and struck out 16 in seven innings as host Archbishop Prendergast earned a 3-0 win over Neumann-Goretti.
Penn-Jersey. Sherelle Manley pitched a two-hitter and Crystal Eady went 3 for 4 with five RBIs as host Girard College remained unbeaten in the league with a 17-2 win over Akiba Hebrew.
got two goals apiece from Gal Harai and Jen Steinke in a 6-0 Public League win over rival
Overbrook got goals from Jean Bevins and Shani Johnson to beat Mastbaum, 2-0.