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Going to the bottom of the seventh inning Monday afternoon, the Warwick baseball team wasn’t exactly in a great position.
In fact, the District Three champion Warriors trailed District One fifth-seeded Hatboro Horsham by four runs at their PIAA Class 6A first round meeting in Lititz.
Nope. Not at all ideal.
Matthew Williams and Nick Slogik, however, had their own opinions.
Williams then ripped a bases loaded two-run double to reduce the deficit. Slogik, Williams’ teammate, stepped in to make the difference and, with two outs left, drilled the first pitch he spotted for a three-run homer.
Walkoff 8-7 victory in Warwick. A berth in Thursday’s state quarterfinals.
The Warriors (20-2) will next face Upper St. Clair (13/10), the second seed from District Seven. This is after Altoona, the District Six champ, was defeated 2-0 on Monday.
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The next round of state-play has yet to be announced.
Liberty 1, Manheim Township 0,
In another Class 6A first-rounder on Monday, a hit batsman and a pair of hits in the fourth inning broke a scoreless tie at DeSales University, and gave the Hurricanes the only run they’d need.
The defeat ended the season of the Lancaster-Lebanon League champion Blue Streaks, who were also District Three silver medalists.
Manheim Central 9, Marple-Newton 8
The Barons, District Three champions, were down by two runs in the seventh inning. They scored three runs to win in walk-off fashion and advance to the quarterfinals for the state Class 5A tournament.
With one out in the bottom of the seventh and the bases loaded, the Barons’ Dylan Yoder chopped a ground ball over the mound toward second base. Instead of it being turned into a double play to end the game, the ball took a wicked hop over the shortstop’s head, allowing two runs to score, including the game-winner.
The Barons (22-2), who defeated Strath Haven 5-4 on Monday, will face Archbishop Wood, District 12 champ.
Donegal 11, Southern Lehigh 7
The Indians scored quickly and often and Jonathon Holmes pitched 6 1/3 innings to earn a first-round win over Southern Lehigh at DeSales University in Class 5A.
Holmes fanned six hits and struck out four. He also contributed at the plate with a home run and two RBIs. Andrew Small saved the day by getting the final two outs.
Donegal (17-8), fourth seed from District Three, took a 10-2 lead after six innings but was unable to hold on as Southern Lehigh scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh.
Southern Lehigh’s starter Luke Lea suffered the loss.
Donegal also had three hits from Colin Eckinger.
Thursday’s opponent for the Indians is Ephrata. This 9-7 winner over Peters Township was on Monday.
Lampeter-Strasburg 12, West Chester Rustin 7.
Brooke Zuber homered three times Monday, two of them in a huge eight-run second innings for the Pioneers (18-5).
This was paired with an eight-strikeout effort from Keiva Middleton in the circle, and L-S, fifth seed from District Three, won its ticket to the Class 5A State quarters.
Next up Thursday is District Two champion Pittston — unbeaten at 22-0 — which drilled District Three’s third-place entrant, South Western, 13-0.