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By RYAN VANDERSLOOT
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DILLSBURG — While other successful, senior-laden teams have seen their seasons end this week, one precocious young bunch continues to play like it belongs.

Along the way, a simple question has become a rallying cry for York-Adams Division I champion Spring Grove.

Despite fielding a roster with just one senior and a handful of juniors, the boys from Papertown are creating more and more believers with each passing day.

And they’re doing it sparked by one short question they ask themselves before every game: “Why not us?”

Indeed, why not the Rockets?

After falling behind early in their first-round District 3-AAA contest with Bishop McDevitt, the Spring Grove boys rallied for victory.

While the script was a little different Thursday in a quarterfinal clash with Greencastle-Antrim at Northern York High School, the result was the same.

A two-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning evened the score at 2-2 before freshman Trent Baker blooped in the game-winning single to score Austin Piety, sending Spring Grove to a 3-2 triumph.

The victory not only secures the Rockets a spot in next Tuesday’s semifinals, it also locks up a PIAA state berth for just the second time in program history. In Tuesday’s semifinals, Spring Grove will face Twin Valley, a 7-1 winner over Middletown in Thursday’s quarterfinals. No. 8 seed Twin Valley is 17-6.

“Back when we were 3-3 I said to the team ‘why not us?'” Rocket coach Kevin Stiffler said. “And they kind of just started to get more confident. You never know. You just never know. Baseball is a funny game.”

Late comeback: For much of the game it looked like the fairy-tale season was coming to a close for No. 4 seed Spring Grove (17-6). Despite a fine performance by Matt Brooks on the mound, the 12th-seeded Blue Devils (12-9) were able to plate single runs in the first and fourth innings.

The Rocket bats, meanwhile, were pretty quiet against Greencastle starter Matt Kline, who surrendered just two hits over the first five innings while striking out seven.

The lack of early success may have frustrated other teams, but not Spring Grove.

“I think we’ve been through this a lot,” said Brooks, who allowed one earned run and four hits while fanning six in the victory. “Against Bishop McDevitt we were down 2-0 and came back. Coach is always talking about not getting too high or getting too low, even when you’re down by a lot. And I think we’ve really got a lot of practice with that throughout the year.”

Almost on queue, the Spring Grove bats finally showed some life in the sixth. Back-to-back singles by Caleb Ruth and Brooks were enough to force Kline out of the game. Shortstop Drew Measell, Greencastle’s top pitcher with an 8-1 record, relieved Ruth in a position swap.

The move should have paid off. Measell induced a grounder to short off the bat of catcher Derek Hoiles. Kline stepped on the bag at second for the second out, but threw wildly to first, allowing a run to score while Hoiles moved to second.

Jonathan Sager followed with a single up the middle, which scored courtesy runner Connor Reed to make it 2-2.

Brooks gets win: Brooks, who walked two and was victimized by an error in the first inning, struck out the side in a dominating seventh.

“Matt Brooks threw a very nice ballgame,” Stiffler said. “He really only threw one bad pitch all game. I thought he threw outstanding. I’d love to know what he was throwing there in those last two innings because I felt like he was getting stronger.”

Quin Ambeault collected half of the Blue Devils’ four hits, while Spencer Meyers had Greencastle’s only RBI on a single in the fourth.

Spring Grove is now the top seed left in the draw. Early exits by No. 1 Shippensburg, No. 2 West Perry and No. 3 West York have paved the way for Stiffler’s team to become newly minted as favorites.

That fact may have some fans asking if the Rockets can win it all. While that’s a valid question, perhaps the more important one will be the one that Stiffler and company ask themselves on Tuesday.

Why not us?

— Reach Ryan Vandersloot at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

By DICK VANO’LINDA
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McSHERRYSTOWN — Because Jake Krevetski had control of his curve ball, York Catholic was able to seize a District 3-AA playoff victory over Delone Catholic on Thursday afternoon.

The Fighting Irish senior outdueled another senior right-hander, Hunter Keith, helping the Irish earn a spot in the district semifinals with a 2-1 victory.

York Catholic will clash with Upper Dauphin on Tuesday, with the winner advancing to the district title game. The time and location for the semifinal contest have not yet been announced.

Thursday’s game was the rubber one between York Catholic and Delone Catholic this season. Neither of the previous contests was a pitchers’ duel. The Fighting Irish won the first game, 13-5, and the Squires took the second game, 11-1. Krevetski worked in all three games.

“The first game, I threw pretty good, the second game my curve ball wasn’t working like it was today” he said. “I threw a lot of curve balls today. They were swinging and missing, and when they did put the ball in play, we were making good plays.”

Krevetski’s teammates backed him with near-flawless play (one error).

York Catholic head coach Joe Gurreri called Krevetski’s performance “outstanding”

“We talked about throwing the first pitch for a strike and making sure he got his curve ball over. Last game, we didn’t do that. Today, we did,” Gurreri said.

Krevetski struck out five and walked two while allowing six hits. He used 98 pitches. Keith recorded six strikeouts and three walks and gave up five hits while delivering 82 pitches.

Delone coach Doug Arnold said that Krevetski’s ability to throw his curve ball for strikes kept his hitters off balance.

“He was throwing it in any count,” Arnold said. “We only hit two or three balls hard. Hats off to him.”

Along with his pitching, Krevetski delivered a leadoff double to left-center field in the second inning with his team trailing, 1-0. Delone left fielder Mike Rider almost made a shoestring catch on Krevetski’s drive, but when Rider hit the ground, the ball popped out of his glove. Andrew Polson went in as a courtesy runner for Krevetski and Polson ended up scoring the tying run on a Brenden Kennedy’s bunt, followed by a throwing error.

York Catholic broke the tie in the fifth. Ryan Deporter delivered a one-out single to left and Dillon Hippensteel followed by beating out an infield hit. An error on the play allowed Polson (who went in as a pinch runner for Deporter) to take third . The next hitter struck out for the second out, with Hippensteel taking off for second base. Delone’s catcher threw the ball to second, but the Squires weren’t able to get the tag on Hippensteel and Polson raced home with what turned out to be the winning run.

York Catholic, which returned just one starter (Krevetski) from last year’s team that advanced to the state Class A playoffs, is one victory away from qualifying for the state AA playoffs. (The Fighting Irish changed classes this season).”

“It’s very gratifying to see what these guys have done this season,” Gurreri said. “Our whole infield is freshmen and sophomores. These kids are baseball players. They work hard and they love to play baseball.”

Krevetski, who will attend York College, ranked the victory second only to winning the District 3-A title in 2013.

“It’s been fun seeing the new guys and seeing what we what could do this year,” he said.”

York Catholic will carry a 12-6 record into Tuesday’s game. Delone Catholic, which won the York-Adams Division IV title, closes its season at 13-9.

Austin Roth and Mike Rider each had two hits for the Squires, and Keith pitched well enough to win most days.

“I thought he (Keith) was outstanding,” Arnold said. “He mixed his pitches well.”

— Reach Dick VanO’Linda at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

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Spring Grove finished what it started on Tuesday afternoon.

The Rockets completed its District 3-AAA first-round baseball game against Bishop McDevitt with an 8-2 victory.

Spring Grove entered the day with a 6-2 lead in the bottom of the fourth inning after play had been suspended by rain on Monday.

The Rockets added two more runs in the fourth on Derrick Hoiles’ two-run single on Tuesday to account for the final margin.

No. 4 seed Spring Grove improved to 16-6, while No. 13 seed McDevitt finished at 11-10.

The Rockets will now face 12th-seeded Greencastle in the quarterfinals at 4 p.m. Thursday at Northern York. Greencastle (12-8) upset fifth-seeded Lampeter-Strasburg on Monday, 4-2. Spring Grove beat Greencastle during the regular season, 8-1.

Matt Brooks worked the first four innings on Monday to get the win, allowing two unearned runs on two hits with six strikeouts. Anthony Reed finished with three shutout innings for Spring Grove on Tuesday, allowing one hit and fanning three. Hoiles finished with two hits, while Jon Sager scored two runs and Austin Piety drove in two runs.

By DICK VANO’LINDA
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SHILOH — Down to its last out twice and pushed to the brink of elimination with just one strike left in its season, West York’s baseball team did what it’s done so many times over the past four years.

It refused to fold.

The Bulldogs received clutch RBI infield hits from Cash Gladfelter and Logan Stover in the bottom of the seventh inning to force the District 3-AAA game into extra innings.

The momentum seemed to be with West York, which so many times has found a way to win close games.

This time, the appearance was deceiving.

Daniel Boone made sure there was no miracle finish for the Bulldogs on Tuesday.

The Blazers buried the Bulldogs under an avalanche of 13 runs in the top of the ninth inning to end West York’s season, 19-6.

Daniel Boone will move on to play Manheim Central in the quarterfinals. West York’s season, meanwhile, ended in the first round of districts for the second straight year.

“Thirteen runs (in one at bat), I’ve never seen that before,” Daniel Boone head coach Jason McCord said after his team sent 18 batters to the plate in the ninth. “Even though we scored 13, I still wasn’t sure the game was over. We’ve been victims of some bad luck this season, but some good things happened for us today.”

The Blazers collected nine of their 16 hits in their final at bat.

It was an ugly ending for West York, but one bad half-inning in no way disfigured the 2015 season, during which the Bulldogs won 16 games (16-5 overall) and captured their third York-Adams title in the past four years.

“What I told the kids is what I’ll be left with, is the memory that we’re down (two runs) and we didn’t even hit the ball out of the infield, and we tied the score because we hustled and put the ball in play,” Bulldogs’ head coach Roger Czerwinski said. “It (the bottom of the seventh inning) felt like old times. It felt like 2012, 2013, a couple of weeks ago. Not knowing the word quit.”

Czerwinski, as he always does, met with his players in the outfield following the game. Seven of the players will not be back next season.

“I thanked them (the seniors) for their commitment to the program,” Czerwinski said. “We’re talking about great young men who in four years went 78-21. They left a mark on my life.”

Nick Traettino went 3-for-3 for the Bulldogs, and Sam Eyler, Logan Stover and Colton Kubicki collected two hits each.

Traettino, Eyler and Stover are seniors. Another senior, Brett Kinneman, who was 1 for 4, crushed a drive to deep center field in the seventh inning, but the ball was caught just short of the 385 mark on the fence.

Kinneman, a pitcher-outfielder for four varsity seasons, compiled a perfect 5-0 record on the mound (1.50 earned run average) in his final varsity season.

“It’s definitely tough to swallow going out two years in a row in the first round of districts, but this is an awesome program,” Kinneman said. “I’m grateful, and the other six seniors are grateful, to be part of something much bigger than us.”

Bryce Stout had a huge day for Daniel Boone, ripping four hits in five at bats

— Reach Dick VanO’Linda at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

By PATRICK STROHECKER
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A total of 33 pitches, seven batters and five outs were recorded before the skies opened up and a thunderstorm halted play between West York and Daniel Boone in Monday’s first-round action of the District 3-AAA baseball playoffs.

The game was suspended with two outs in the bottom of the first inning. Brett Kinneman will resume his at-bat with a 3-1 count with leadoff man Sam Eyler on second base for the Bulldogs when play picks back up on Tuesday at West York.

West York (16-4) is seeded No. 3, while Daniel Boone (11-10) is No. 14.

The game began a few minutes before the scheduled 4:30 p.m. start time and then at 4:46 p.m., play was halted with lightning in the area. It was about another five minutes before rain started to pour. Once the rain started to fall, it steadily came down harder and heavier before the game was officially called shortly before 5:30 p.m.

At that point, while there was enough daylight to attempt to wait out the storm and resume play, the field was under water, which made the decision to halt play pretty easy.

Despite the rain interrupting his start, senior Nick Traettino will be back on the mound for West York. He retired the first three Daniel Boone hitters in order in the top of the first, needing only 11 pitches to register two groundouts and a flyout.

“I think he only threw a handful of pitches, so the rain wouldn’t be a factor,” Bulldogs coach Roger Czerwinski said.

Having fun: Despite the game holding win-or-go-home implications, the two sides didn’t let their competitive drive interfere with having a little fun during the rain delay. Before the game was officially suspended, players from both teams took part in “war games,” using bats as weapons and water bottles as hand grenades, as they army-crawled around the wet ground looking for enemies.

With quarterfinal play set to begin Thursday, there was little wiggle room for when to pick up the suspended game. Even though the game is scheduled to resume on Tuesday at 5 p.m., it still remains to be seen if action will get played. The field at Sunset Lane Park was completely under water, with numerous puddles occupying much of the outfield and surrounding foul territory.

The winner of the game will face No. 6 Manheim Central on Thursday. The Barons knocked off No. 11 East Pennsboro, 13-9, in six innings.

Other baseball

Penn Manor 2, Dallastown 1: At Penn Manor, for the majority of the game, the 13th-seeded Wildcats looked poised to upset the fourth-seeded Comets on enemy turf in a District 3-AAAA contest.

Dallastown led 1-0 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, before a two-out, two-run single by starting pitcher Jeff Taylor put Penn Manor ahead. The Wildcats went quietly in the top half of the seventh to see their season come to an end, finishing with an 11-9 record.

Cody Somerville singled home Bryant Holtzapple in the top of the third for Dallastown’s only run of the game. Andrew Stambaugh started the game on the mound for the Wildcats, tossing 4 2/3 innings before giving way to Riley Hamberger in relief. Hamberger pitched the final 1 1/3 innings, allowing two runs on one hit and two walks.

Taylor pitched a complete game for the Comets, allowing just the single run on three hits and striking out seven.

The two sides combined for six hits, three apiece, in the pitchers’ duel.

Millersburg 7, Christian School of York 0: At Millersburg, the top-seeded Indians had no trouble handling the Crusaders and advancing to the District 3-A semifinals. The game was called after five innings due to rain. CSY entered as the eighth seed in the eight-team field and finishes the season with an 8-9 record.

— Reach Patrick Strohecker at pstrohecker@yorkdispatch.com.

By DICK VANO’LINDA
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SPRING GROVE — Spring Grove and Bishop McDevitt didn’t complete enough innings on Monday to make their District 3-AAA baseball game official.

The Rockets, though, clearly got the best of the action during the first day of a contest that will require two days to finish.

No. 4 seed Spring Grove was leading 6-2, and was still batting in the bottom of the fourth inning, when the umpires called the game when a thunderstorm rolled through the area and dumped enough rain to make the field unplayable.

The teams will resume play at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Spring Grove.

“I’m pleased with where we’re at, but the game is not over,” Spring Grove coach Kevin Stiffler said. “Baseball is a funny sport. You just never know.”

After falling behind, 2-0, Stiffler’s team answered with six unanswered runs and was at bat with the bases loaded and no outs in the fourth when play was halted.

“I was really proud of the way we came back after being down, 2-0,” Stiffler said. “We took advantage of some of their miscues. (No. 13 seed Bishop McDevitt committed four errors). We talked to our guys about putting the ball in play. Austin Piety put the ball in play, and Anthony Reed did, too.”

Both Piety and Reed scored runners from third base on groundouts during Spring Grove’s three-run second inning. Cameron Sterner collected the only hit of the inning, and it was a key one, a two-out, two-strike double that scored Piety and snapped a 2-2 tie. A sophomore on a team loaded with underclassmen, Sterner connected on a 2-2 pitch and drove the ball beyond the reach of the left fielder.

“That was huge,” Stiffler said. “”He got a pitch and did something with it.”

Spring Grove (15-6) tacked on two additional runs in the third inning and one more in the abbreviated fourth inning. Meanwhile, Rockets’ pitcher, Matt Brooks, settled in after giving up two runs in the first inning (both unearned).

“I felt a lot better as we got through a few innings,” Brooks said.

The junior right-hander struck out six and walked one while holding the visitors (11-9) to two hits, both singles.

“I was really happy when we got two runs and when we got three in that one inning, I was really pumped about that,” Brooks said.

Brooks couldn’t wait to take the mound for the postseason game.

“I was antsy in school the whole day. I just wanted to get out here,” he said.

Brooks is the only returning starter from last year’s team that won the York-Adams Tournament title. Despite the major graduation losses, this year’s team finished first in York-Adams Division I before losing a close game (3-2) to West York in the semifinals of this year’s York-Adams Tournament.

“People were talking about us like we weren’t going to do anything,” Brooks said. “It shows that these sophomores and freshmen don’t care who they’re playing against.”

Brooks will not return to the mound on Tuesday. Instead, Anthony Reed will take over in the top of the fifth. Should Spring Grove win, Brooks would be eligible to pitch on Thursday in the quarterfinal game.

“We’ll have to see how he (Brooks) feels,” Stiffler said. “But I’m not looking past these guys (Bishop McDevitt). They’ve won some big games.”

— Reach Dick VanO’Linda at sports@yorkdispatch.com.

http://www.yorkdispatch.com/sportsThe West York baseball team celebrates after winning the York-Adams League title this week. The Bulldogs are seeded No. 3 in the upcoming District 3-AAA

The West York baseball team celebrates after winning the York-Adams League title this week. The Bulldogs are seeded No. 3 in the upcoming District 3-AAA playoffs. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

The District 3 baseball and softball brackets have been released.

Go here for the complete brackets.

Northeastern dropped a 3-1 non-league baseball decision at Shippensburg on Wednesday.

Bobcats pitcher Adam Kipp threw a complete game on the mound, striking out four, walking one and allowing one earned run. Teammate Devin Blymire went 1-for-3 with one RBI. Northeastern fell to 11-9. The Bobcats were 14th in the latest District 3-AAA power ratings, with the top 16 teams making the field. Wednesday was the final day for games that count in the final power ratings.

By DICK VANO’LINDA
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West York players pile on Cash Gladfelter after he bunted in the game-winning run during the bottom of the seventh inning of the York-Adams League baseball

West York players pile on Cash Gladfelter after he bunted in the game-winning run during the bottom of the seventh inning of the York-Adams League baseball championship on Tuesday at Spring Grove High School. West York won the game, 3-2. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)
West York’s Cash Gladfelter lays down a perfect suicide squeeze bunt to score teammate Brandon Sheffer with the winning run on Tuesday. Tuesday May

West York’s Cash Gladfelter lays down a perfect suicide squeeze bunt to score teammate Brandon Sheffer with the winning run on Tuesday. Tuesday May 12, 2015. (JOHN A. PAVONCELLO — jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com)

SPRING GROVE — Somehow. Someway.

That’s the unofficial motto of the West York baseball team, which has consistently found ways to win a series of huge games over the past four seasons.

The Bulldogs, who have two state titles on their recent resume (2012 and 2013), found a way to win their third York-Adams League title in four years on Tuesday afternoon by edging Eastern York, 3-2, at Spring Grove High School.

“I didn’t have my best stuff, and I didn’t think we swung the bats that well, but we played good defense, and we had timely hitting,” West York pitcher/outfielder Brett Kinneman said. “We put it together when we needed it. That’s West York baseball for you.”

The Bulldogs played small ball to capture their biggest game of this season.

After watching a 2-0 lead disappear when Eastern struck for two runs in the top of the seventh inning, West York answered with the winning run in its final at-bat.

Leadoff hitter Brandon Sheffer hit the first pitch back up the middle into center field. Sheffer, who delivered two hits on the day, stole second, and Colton Kubicki followed by drawing a walk. Then, in a bold move, Sheffer and Kubicki executed a double steal, putting runners at second and third with no outs.

Following a strikeout, West York’s No. 2 hitter, Cash Gladfelter, stepped into the batter’s box. After Gladfelter took the first pitch for a strike, Sheffer broke for home on the second pitch. Gladfelter laid down a perfect bunt, and Sheffer raced across the plate with the winning run.

“When our offense is sputtering a little, that’s the small ball game we play,” West York head coach Roger Czerwinski said. “When the players came in for the bottom of the seventh inning, Brett (Kinneman) said, ‘you guys have got to stop stressing.’ From inside the heart, that Bulldog mentality comes out in a ballgame.”

West York’s game-winning suicide squeeze didn’t surprise Eastern.

“We were prepared for it,” Golden Knights’ head coach Blaine Garner said. “They had to put it down right, and they did.”

Gladfelter was taking all the way on the first pitch.

“He (Czerwinski) wanted me to watch the first pitch because they were in bunt depth,” Gladfelter said. “The second pitch was the one. You never want to end a game on a suicide squeeze, especially a championship game, but I had to do what I had to do to win the championship.”

Gladfelter shines: Gladfelter had a really good day with the bat, going 3-for-4 (bunt single, single and a triple). He also came in to relieve Kinneman in the sixth inning with runners at second and third and just one out. Gladfelter escaped the jam by striking out the first two hitters he faced. Eastern got to Gladfelter for two runs in the seventh inning, although only one run was earned.

“I was pretty anxious going into the seventh inning with the hitters they had coming up, and their (leadoff) hitter almost took me yard,” Gladfelter said.

Eastern’s leadoff hitter, Bobby Hedrick, smashed a double off the fence in right field following Dalton Renn’s leadoff single. Renn scored the Golden Knights’ first run on a ground ball, and when there was an error on the play, Hedrick ended up scoring the tying run.

Renn collected two hits for the Knights. Eastern’s starting pitcher, Colby Shimmel, struck out eight and walked only one. Shimmel is one of six underclassmen who started for the Knights on Tuesday.

Kinneman recorded six strikeouts and four walks, and Gladfelter struck out four and didn’t walk any.

Kinneman, who is headed to North Carolina State to play NCAA Division I college baseball, has been a regular for the Bulldogs since his freshman year.

“It’s incredible, and I’m blessed to play at a really great school for a great coaching staff,” he said. “We’ve had a great core of guys all the way up through, and we’ve had guys come and fill in. I’m grateful to be part of this awesome baseball program.”

— Reach Dick Van’Olinda at sports@yorkdispatch.com.
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Gettysburg 7, York Suburban 4 (15 innings): Gettysburg plated three runs in the top of the 15th inning to grab a marathon, two-day 7-4 triumph at York Suburban on Thursday. The game started on Monday and was halted after 14 innings with the score tied a 4-4. It was completed on Thursday. Ethan Ketterman finished 5-for-8 for Gettysburg, including three doubles, with three RBIs and a run scored. Luke Wlazlak (three hits) and Jay Geesaman (two hits, three walks, three RBIs) also excelled at the plate for the Warriors. Brandon Tyler Martin pitched a shutout bottom of the 15th to get the win. Brendon Dalridge had four hits for Suburban.


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