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High School Baseball j- Week Three Summary
Millersburg leads league's
East division

Hunter Bordner takes the pitcher mound for Tri-Valley against Williams Valley April 9. (Sentinel photo by Lon Zeiders).

Among the rain and cold of last week, area teams were able to get in some games, including many local battles.

In the early stages of the Tri-Valley Athletic Association campaign, Millersburg (3-0 TVAA, 4-1 overall) and Upper Dauphin Area (2-0 TVAA, 5-2 overall) currently hold the two spots in the East Division that would qualify them for the league playoffs. Susquenita (3-0 TVAA) and Juniata (2-1 TVAA) head the West Division.


UDA 7, Williams Valley 4, April 6 (8 innings). The difference in the game came down to defense. The Trojans did not commit an error, while the Vikes had seven in the field, which led to four unearned runs.

The Trojans got on the board with an RBI single by Tanner Miller in the second inning.

The Vikings took a 2-1 lead in the third inning when Travis Graff drove in a pair of runs with a double.

UDA came right back and tied it up, 2-2, in the fourth with an RBI single by Kaleb Hoch.

The Trojans then took a 4-2 lead in the top of the sixth after Casey Wise singled, stole second and scored on an error. A second run scored after an error allowed a runner to reach base, a wild pitch moved the runner to second and a throwing error on an attempted steal allowed the runer to score.

The Vikes came back again in the bottom of the inning to tie the game, 4-4. Dawson Maurer knocked in a run, and Ryan Harris doubled home a run.

The Trojans plated three runs in the top of the eighth. Kolby Bond started the rally with a leadoff hit. Hoch (three hits) had an RBI in the inning.

Three UDA pitchers combined on the win. Calen Reigner pitched the four innings. He gave up two runs on five hits with six strike outs. Zach Rebuck pitched two innings, and Aaron Cleveland pitched two innings of hitless relief.

UDA 5, Tri-Valley 1, April 11. The Trojans jumped in front with a two-run first inning, and then Drake Lenker and Aaron Cleveland did the job on the mound in this non-league tilt.

Cleveland, who tossed the final two innings, allowing just one hit while striking out three batters, led the Trojans with two hits and a run scored. His day included a double.

Lenker threw the first five innings, allowed just one run on five hits, three walks and three strikeouts.

Max Snyder had a two-run double in the game. Tanner Miller had a triple and scored a run. Wise had a double and drove in a run.

Will Kimmel pitched well for the Dawgs, allowing five runs on six hits. He had good control as he did not allow any free passes and he struck out three.

Millersburg 3, Halifax 1, April 11. Ethan Troutman pitched four innings in relief and allowed just two hits to earn the win in a big Tri-Valley League matchup. Connor Keim threw the first three innings for the Tribe.

Luke Blasik had a strong outing for the Wildcats. He threw a complete game and allowed just five hits, one walk and struck out five batters.

Troutman and Austin Lehman each had an RBI single for Millersburg while Ty Coleman had a double.

Kolby Minnich had an RBI double for Halifax.

Millersburg 2, Tri-Valley 0, April 6. Hunter Grexon pitched the final four innings of the game, allowing just one hit and striking out two batters. Christian Wingard pitched the first three innings to start the combined shutout effort, allowing three hits, two walks and three strikeouts.

Wingard had an RBI, and  Lehman had an RBI single for the Indians.

Kimmel pitched well for the Bulldogs but still took the loss. Kimmel pitched a complete game giving up just five hits and two walks. He also struck out five batters.

Tri-Valley 9, Williams Valley 4, April 9.  Offensive highlights for the Vikings included a double for Maurer. No other information was available for this game.

UDA 7, Line Mountain 3, April 7. Upper Dauphin scored seven runs in the top of the sixth inning, erasing what had been a 3-0 Line Mountain lead.

Derrick Bordner pitched 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief for the win for the Trojans. It was his first varsity win.

Brady Michael had two hits, scored twice and reached base all four times he came to the plate for the Eagles. J.P. Lenker and Colton Gaw had an RBI.

Up until the sixth inning, the Trojans had left five men on base and had produced 10 fly ball outs.

In the sixth, Wise was hit by a pitch, and Kyle Glouner launched a two-run home run. A walk by Matt Deitrich, a hit batter on Cleveland and a walk by Bond loaded the bases. Hoch then singled to right to tie the game. Travis Deitrich then drove in two runs with a two-out single. Wise and Glouner then produced runs with a hit.


Nativity 11, Williams Valley 5, April 7. The Hilltoppers had three hits, but took advantage of nine walks and a couple hit batters.

For the Viking offense, Kenny Ross had two hits. Andrew Underkoffler had three RBIs, and Maurer had a double.

Millersburg 5, Juniata 1, April 7. Keim allowed just four hits and two walks with five strikeouts over 5 2/3 innings as he earned a win for the Indians. Troutman finished things off with 1 1/3 innings of hitless relief to earn the save. Keim also had an RBI double. Cole Shomper had a two-run single and Robbie Burger had three hits to lead the offense for the Tribe.

Halifax 5, Biglerville 1, April 6. Sam Cook pitched six strong innings and did not allow an earned run. Sam Hoon closed out the seventh inning. Trey Pritchard was 3-3, and Kolby Minnich had two hits.

Shikellamy 8, Line Mountain 0, April 6. The Eagles managed just two hits, and the defense committed five errors in a tough game against Shikellamy.

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