Boyertown Sr. Legion GAME 13 – Boyertown 12, Daniel Boone 2: Andrew Bauer and Chase Endy combined on a four-hitter as the Bears defeated the Orioles, 12-2. Austin Madeja had two hits and scored four runs for the Bears, who won the nine-inning game in the bottom of the seventh inning when they scored an unearned run, while Quinn Hair and Tyler Comport also added two hits each.
GAME 14 – Boyertown 6, Hatfield 4: Tyler Bauman and Quinn Hair combined on a 3-hitter as the Bears rallied from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Hatfield, 6-3. Bauman allowed only 1 hit over 6 innings to notch the win. Dalton Hughes had two hits for the Bears, who scored a pair of runs in three consecutive innings in their rally.
GAME 15 – Boyertown 6, North Parkland 1: Sean Pavlik and Mitch Renninger combined on a two-hitter as the Bears defeated North Parkland, 6-1, in a rematch of the Bears’ second game of the season. The Bears themselves managed only three hits, but drew six walks and stole eight bases. Ryan Jacobs had two hits and drove in two runs, one with a sacrifice fly, but the most unusual feat was recorded by catcher Cory Fox. Fox performed an unusual base running cycle when he stole second, third, and home in the same inning.
GAME 16 – Boyertown 6, Doylestown 1: Brandon Griesemer and Luke Stong combined to limit Doylestown to five hits as the Bears defeated the Tigers, 6-1, in a rematch of their season opener. The win not only completed a four-game weekend sweep of games for the Bears, but was the second win by the exact same score of 6-1 on Father’s Day. Dalton Hughes had two hits and two RBIs for the Bears, who stole five more bases in the game.
The Bear-Cubs defeated Fleetwood on June 8, 4-0. Tyler Mraz was the winning pitcher, going the distance to record the shutout.
Grant Fronheiser and Noah Kurtz had two hits apiece for the Bear-Cubs.
On June 9, the Bear-Cubs shutout Exeter, 11-0. Brenton Budrow hurled five shutout innings for the winners.
Eric Randall, Sam Longacre, Anthony Rota and Colin Maloney all drove in a pair of runs for the locals.
The Boyertown Grizzlies began the week with an 8-0 victory over Upper Perkiomen. Mike Xanthopoulos tossed a complete game shutout for the Girzzlies, fanning 10 batters.
He helped his own cause with a double and two RBIs, while Marcus Thomas also had a double and two RBIs. Corey Melchior added two hits and one RBI.
On June 9, the Grizzlies defeated Quakertown, Trevor Waldman pitched a two-hitter for the Grizzlies, fanning 11 Quakertown batters.
J.T. Cooley led the Boyertown offense with two hits, two runs scored and one RBI. Kaleb Miller added a hit and two RBIs, while Melchior had one hit and one RBI.
Pine Forge Sr. Babe Ruth
The Indians improved to 6-1 on the season with a 7-1 win over Chichester on June 7. Joe Monzo led the way for Pine Forge with three hits, including a double and three runs scored. Jordan Shustack had two hits and two RBIs, while Ryan Black added a single and a double.
Nate Kline was the winning pitcher, hurling four innings.
On June 10, Pine Forge defeated Boyertown Bruins Black, 10-0. Daulton weeks was the winning pitcher, allowing just one Boyertown hit and fanning six.
He helped his own cause with a three-run homer.
Seth Endy also did well with the bath for Pine Forge, going 3-for-3 with a double and two runs scored. Joey Monzo added two hits, two run scored and two RBIs.
Boyertown Babe Ruth Prep Gray
The Boyertown Gray played Spring-Ford Yellow to a 5-5 nine inning tie.
Zach Hamilton pitched five strong innings for Boyertown, and helped his own cause with a pair of hits. Trey Hartline and Nate Meitzler also had a hit for the Gray squad.
On June 9, Boyertown Gray defeated Boyertown White, 4-1. Billy Coleman was the winning pitcher and A.J. Kline picked up the save.
Hartline and Coleman each had a hit for Boyertown Gray.