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JUNE 13
PIAA PLAYOFFS
CLASS AAAA FINAL
At Penn State
  La Salle 4, Conestoga 2 (8 inn.): Working on three days' rest, Dominic Cuoci became eligible to earn the win when Brian Buckley lined a two-run single to center in the visiting eighth. John Scheffey posted the save with a 1-2-3 bottom half. The state title was the Explorers' second in three years and, as in 2012, they rebounded after falling short for Catholic League honors. Buckley finished 2-for-3 with a walk and two RBI and twice made strong plays at first base to prevent throwing errors. Cuoci (single) and Jimmy Herron (sac fly) had the Explorers' earlier RBI. Cuoci allowed eight hits (three did not leave the infield) and two walks (one intentional) while striking out two.

JUNE 9
PIAA PLAYOFFS
SEMIFINALS
CLASS AAAA
At Neumann University, in Aston
  La Salle 3, Spring-Ford 0:
Dominic Cuoci fired a two-hitter with nine strikeouts and notched the game-winning RBI with a squib infield single in the sixth. Brian Buckley and Nick Dermo added authoritative RBI singles in that same frame. Cuoci showed his brass in the second inning after Shane Emrich thumped a leadoff triple. He whiffed the next three batters.
CLASS AA
At Northern York High, in Dillsburg
  Loyalsock 4, Neumann-Goretti 3:
Poor throws on rundowns enabled Loyalsock to leave behind a 2-2 tie with one run apiece in the fifth and sixth. In the seventh, with two away and two strikes, recent Boston Red Sox draftee (fifth round) Josh Ockimey sent a scorcher down the leftfield line for an RBI double. Another runner tried to score from first, but was tagged out by the catcher in a short rundown between third and home. Reliever Charlie Jerla allowed an unearned run in the sixth; it was the only run (of any kind) scored against him in 23 postseason innings. Ockimey also had a sac fly and milked two walks.

PIAA PLAYOFFS
SEMIFINALS SCHEDULE
(Both Games Monday, June 9)
AA: Loyalsock (4-1) vs. Neumann-Goretti (12-1), at Northern York High, in Dillsburg, 4
AAAA: Spring-Ford (1-4) vs. La Salle (12-1), at Neumann University, in Aston, 4

JUNE 5
PIAA PLAYOFFS
QUARTERFINALS
CLASS AAAA
At Parkland High, in Allentown
  La Salle 3, Hazleton 1: This one featured an all-time crazy ending. With two away and the bases loaded in the home seventh, Robert John hit a grounder toward shortstop AJ Grezeszak. It never got to him. The ball hit the baserunner, ending the game. John Scheffey went the distance while RBI went to Dominic Cuoci (groundout in first), Nick Dermo and Brian Buckley (back-to-back walks in fifth). Brad Schneider and Jimmy Herron halved four hits. This rare night game started at 7:11.
CLASS AA
At Parkland High, in Allentown
  Neumann-Goretti 1, Bloomsburg 0:
Ethan "E" Pritchett spun a two-hitter with nine punchouts as the Saints won by shutout for the fifth time in 10 postseason contests; the MLB record is four by the Giants in 1905, 2010 and '12 and the Yankees in '98. The run scored in the third thanks to singles by Brian Verratti and Vinny Vaccone, a passed ball and a wild pitch.

PIAA PLAYOFFS
QUARTERFINALS SCHEDULE
(Both Games Thursday, June 5)
AA: Bloomsburg (4-2) vs. Neumann-Goretti (12-1), at Parkland High, in Allentown, 4:30  new time!!
AAAA: Hazleton (2-1) vs. La Salle (12-1), at Parkland High, in Allentown, 7  new time!!

JUNE 2
PIAA PLAYOFFS
FIRST ROUND
CLASS AAAA
At Ashburn Field
  La Salle 6, Boyertown 3:
Though Dominic Cuoci allowed 10 hits, six never left the infield. Nick Dermo (first inning, single), Jimmy Herron (fourth, single) and Cuoci (fourth, double to base of fence in right) lashed hits worth two RBI apiece.
At Neumann University
  Methacton 4, Washington 0:
The Eagles were disheartened by the son of a former Pub star. Kyle Lowery, whose dad, Ed, was a first team All-City infielder for Roxborough in '78 (and reached AAA in the minors), broke a scoreless tie with a two-run, fifth-inning double. Washington rapped five hits, and Eddie Tingle's double was the best.
CLASS AAA
At La Salle High
  Northeastern 3, Wood 1:
Matt Funk scored the Vikings' only run on a fielder's choice off Erik Bowren's bat. Joe Lancellotti started the seventh with a double, but the momentum was not sustained.
At Stump Stadium, in Pine Grove
  Tamaqua 12, Franklin Towne 2 (6 inn.):
For Towne, Brian Bradley lofted a sac fly to score Phil Gilchrist and Matt Schlernitzauer tallied on the back end of a double steal.
CLASS AA
At La Salle High
  Neumann-Goretti 5, Berks Catholic 3:
Charlie Jerla, in relief, pitched shutout ball (three hits) over the final six innings as the Saints overcame an early scare. Pat Doudican was touched for three unearned runs (no hits) in the first and was replaced by Jerla after walking the leadoff batter in the second. Tommy Nardini stroked a two-run single in the fourth as a three-spot reversed a 3-2 deficit.
CLASS A
At Ashburn Field
  Schuylkill Haven 12, Masterman 2 (5 inn.):
The Blue Dragons' two runs scored on an infield error. Liam Shanahan, a freshman lefty, began the game at shortstop, then pitched the last two innings, allowing no earned runs.

PIAA PLAYOFFS
FIRST-ROUND SCHEDULE
(All Games Monday, June 2)
A: Schuylkill Haven (11-1) vs. Masterman (12-1), at Richie Ashburn Field, 1
AA: Berks Catholic (12-1) vs. Neumann-Goretti (12-1), at La Salle High, 1
AAA: Northeastern (3-3) vs. Wood (12-1), at La Salle High, 4
AAA: Franklin Towne (12-2) vs. Tamaqua (11-1), at Walter Stump Stadium, in Pine Grove, 4
AAAA: Boyertown (1-2) vs. La Salle (12-1), at Richie Ashburn Field, 4
AAAA: Washington (12-2) vs. Methacton (1-1), at Neumann University, in Aston, 4

MAY 29
CITY TITLES
(Three Games at Ashburn Field)
CLASS AAAA
  La Salle 16, Washington 1 (5 inn.):
Ryan Coonahan's two-run single was the most productive of six hits in the Explorers' 11-run second. There were also five walks and a plunking. Jimmy Herron finished 2-for-2 with a walk, sacrifice fly and two RBI. Joe Scheffey (three innings) and Joe "Cardinal" Krol shared the pitching. In GW's fourth, Ishmael Bracy singled, Scott Siley doubled and Eddie Tingle lofted a sac fly to center.
CLASS AAA
  Wood 8, Franklin Towne 0:
Soph righthander Anthony Russo fired a one-hitter (Ray Lopez' groundball single to center to lead off the sixth) with 14 strikeouts and one walk (game's next-to-last batter) and Erik Bowren went 3-for-4 with a double, three-run homer (first inning) and four RBI. Russo just missed tying the all-time CT record for whiffs in a seven-inning outing; future major leaguer George Riley notched 15 for Southern in 1974 vs. Ryan.
CLASS AA
  Neumann-Goretti 12, Phila. Academy 1 (5 inn.):
Josh Ockimey began his week by visiting Florida to work out for the Marlins. He capped it by crushing a 3-0 fastball roughly 370 feet to right-center for the first grand slam in the 41-year history of City Titles (1945-79, 2009-14). In all, he went 3-for-4 with five RBI. Bay To collected two apiece of hits/walks and scored thrice. Vinny Vaccone went 3-for-3 with a triple, one RBI and three runs scored. Gino Tripodi bagged the win in relief. For PA, Eric Heisler doubled and scored.

MAY 27
At Richie Ashburn Field
Washington 3, Franklin Towne 2:
Roger Hanson pitched a six-hitter with nine strikeouts and Ishmael Bracy posted two RBI as the Eagles won their first championship since 1995 in their initial title-game appearance since '99. In the previous 14 seasons, they'd lost nine times in semis, four times in quarterfinals and once in the round of 16 (2000 to Saul, a huge underdog). Bracy and losing pitcher Steve Callahan traded sac flies in the first. Bracy (single) and Scott Siley (triple) stroked RBI hits in the third and FT's Zack Beltran got a run home in the bottom half by drawing the last of three consecutive walks. In the sixth, after recording two looking Ks, Hanson allowed three consecutive singles before ending the threat with another whiff; a doubleplay had ended the third. The Coyotes were retired in order in the seventh. The title was the Eagles' 10th, and their sixth as the visiting team. The next day in school, following through on a promise he'd made to Siley, coach Ken Geiser allowed the Eagles to give him a mohawk.

MAY 23
CATHOLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND, PART II
(At La Salle High)
Neumann-Goretti 11, Roman 0 (5 inn.):
Entering what turned out to be a two-game championship series, Roman had hoped to become the first school in CL major-sports history to storm to a title after finishing below .500 (7-8 in Red) during the regular season. Instead, N-G (6-1; 12-2 regular season in Blue) became the first CL school to capture as many as six playoff wins in a major sport (over 262 seasons between football/basketball/baseball). Charlie Jerla pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts to complete a perfect playoff stint (no runs of any kind over 16 innings). He also broke a scoreless tie with a two-run single in a four-run third. Brian Verratti and Pat Doudican posted RBI singles in a seven-run fourth. Mike Opiela and Conor Smith doubled for Roman. The site was quickly switched to La Salle High after Widener informed CL brass that its field was unplayable just three hours prior to gametime.
PUBLIC LEAGUE SEMIFINALS
(Doubleheader at Ashburn Field)
  Washington 6, Masterman 2:
Eddie Tingle and Chase Alexander posted two-run singles in a five-run third and Roger Hanson had nine strikeouts in a six-hitter as Washington advanced to the final for the first time since '99. Masterman's Greg Whitehorn bagged two hits.
  Franklin Towne 10, Phila. Academy 2: Phil Gilchrist stroked a two-run single in four-run fourth as the Coyotes upped their lead to 7-2. Zack Beltran and Matt Schlernitzauer collected two hits apiece, as did PA's Anthony Pickens and Tim Zink. Steve Callahan went five innings for the win.

MAY 21
CATHOLIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
(At Widener University)
  Neumann-Goretti 11, Roman 1 (5 inn):
Pat Doudican fashioned a four-hitter with eight strikeouts and tied the CL playoff record for RBI with six thanks to a two-run double in the third, then two-run singles in the fourth and fifth. Bay To added two hits, one RBI. Mike Opiela had an RBI single for Roman, which missed out on a chance to become the first team in major-sports CL history to win a championship after finishing below .500 (7-8) in league play.
PUBLIC LEAGUE OVERALL QUARTERFINALS
CLASS AAAA FINAL
(At Washington)
  Washington 9, Central 8:
A gassed Eddie Tingle allowed three runs in the visiting seventh, but induced a popup to end it with runners on first and second. The Eagles scored three apiece in the third, fourth and fifth. Roger Hanson clubbed a two-run homer to left-center  and Ishmael Bracy went 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI. For Central, KJ McFarlane notched a trio of RBI doubles.
CLASS AAA FINAL
(At Ashburn Field)
  Franklin Towne 11, Boys' Latin 1 (5 inn.):
Rob Henry went 2-for-2 with two RBI and as many walks and three runs scored. Steve Callahan's RBI double sent everyone home two innings early while soph righty Christian Diaz spun a one-hitter -- Jahlil Gregg's second-inning double -- with six strikeouts.
CLASS AA FINAL
(At Phila. Academy)
  Phila. Academy 9, Prep Charter 5:
Soph Shane McGrody went 3-for-4 and scored two runs while classmate Shawn Hayes added two hits, two RBI. Travis Zink notched the win.
CLASS A FINAL
(At Ashburn Field)
  Masterman 5, GAMP 4:
Nick Vicoli stroked a two-run double to ignite a five-run second; Greg Whitehorn added an RBI double. Frosh Liam Shanahan, a lefthanded shortstop, went 3-for-3 with two RBI and pitched a perfect seventh (two Ks) to save Whitehorn's win. GAMP's Matt Ventus went 2-for-3 with one RBI and Jacob Kurtz pitched shutout ball over the last five frames (nine whiffs).

MAY 19
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
LOSERS BRACKET FINAL
(At Widener University)
  Neumann-Goretti 3, O'Hara 0:
Soph Ethan "E" Pritchett tossed a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and started one of the Saints' three doubleplays with a barehanded stab of a one-hopper. The three runs (all unearned) were scored in the third and Bay To's two-out double provided the spark. An error allowed two runs to score. Pat Doudican then bagged an RBI on an infield single.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
CLASS AAAA SEMIFINALS
  Central 6, Olney 3: At Central, Tyler Barreto got the scoring started with a two-run double in the first. Anthony DeVito struck out 10 and allowed two earned runs in a complete game. DeVito also had a two-run single in the first.
  Washington 8, Edison 4: Roger Hanson gave up three hits and struck out 11 for the host Eagles, who rallied for seven runs in the sixth to erase a 4-1 deficit. There were no hitting heroics; Edison struggled mightily in the field.
CLASS AAA SEMIFINALS
  Boys' Latin 10, King 3:
At 22nd and Pennsylvania, Darron Mitchell and Andrew Crittle each belted two-run homers while Asa James fanned nine over 5 2/3 innings.
  Franklin Towne 10, Swenson 0: At FT, Christian Diaz (seven Ks) and Steve Callahan (2-for-2, four RBI) went three and two innings, respectively.
CLASS AA SEMIFINALS
  Phila. Academy 9, Bracetti 5:
At PA, Dylan Prendergast went 4-for-4 with a double and triple while scoring three times. Travis Zink doubled twice and Eric Heisler claimed the win.
  Prep Charter 7, MaST Charter: At PC, Rob Freer pitched 4 2/3 innings of scoreless ball with seven strikeouts.
CLASS A SEMIFINALS
  GAMP 15, Rush 2:
Dylan Anderson smacked two hits and drove in three runs for the hosts. Winning pitcher Matt Ventus and Jacob Kurtz each knocked in two runs.
  Masterman 11, Saul 1: Greg Whitehorn had two hits, including a double, and a pair of RBI. John Pizzolla got the six-inning win.

MAY 17
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
LOSERS BRACKET
  Neumann-Goretti 1, La Salle 0:
At N-G, in a battle of lefties, Charlie Jerla outdueled John Scheffey by allowing four hits. He received the necessary run support in the second when Justin Curtin's single scored courtesy runner Joe Lolio. 

MAY 15
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
WINNERS BRACKET FINAL
(At Immaculata Univ.)
  Roman 6, O'Hara 5 (9 inn.):
Roman claimed its third playoff win as the lower seed by scoring five unearned runs over the last four innings (three in sixth, one apiece in eighth and ninth). Mike Opiela went 4-for-5 with one RBI. Connor McKenna had two hits and one RBI and pitched a 1-2-3 ninth to save Kyle Rogalski's win. For O'Hara, Nolan Cummings (three RBI) laced a two-out, two-run single to make it 4-4 in the seventh and Bill Johnson fired a two-out, RBI double into the leftfield corner to make it 5-5 in the seventh. Joe Myers (walk, bunted over by Matt De Treux) scored the winning run on an off-target throw in an attempt to complete a doubleplay.
LOSERS BRACKET
  La Salle 5, Bonner-Prendergast 3: At La Salle, Brad Schneider went 3 for 4 with run scored and Adam Arcadia contributed an RBI single to a four-run third. Dominic Cuoci got the win.
  Neumann-Goretti 5, Wood 4 (8 inn.): At N-G, Pat Doudican, who pitched the first seven innings, drove in Bay To with a bases-loaded single with one out in the home eighth. Doudican went 3 for 4. He allowed seven hits, then Charlie Jerla got the win. Wood tied it with two outs in the seventh as Anthony Zupito drew a bases-loaded walk.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
CLASS AA QUARTERFINALS
  Phila. Academy 10, Tacony 4:
Soph Shawn Hayes went 4-for-4 with two RBI and one run scored. Travis Zink enjoyed getting eight runs of support in the first two innings.
  Prep Charter 12, Science Lead. 1 (5 inn.): Chris Coppola went 3-for-3 with three singles, Michael Torres was 2-for-2 with two runs scored and Dean D'Angelo homered in support of Rob Freer.
  Bracetti 19, Roxborough 6: Bracetti took advantage of 12 errors. Winner Kelvin Sabastro also doubled. Ricardo Alvarado and Onesimo Bocket each doubled for Bracetti.
  MaST 7, Esperanza 0: Forfeit. A recent Prep Charter-Esperanza regular season game ended with a benches-clearing episode. The umps gave each squad a "team forfeit," meaning they'd have to forfeit their next game. PC had one game remaining prior to the start of the playoffs and, after forfeiting that one, was allowed to participate in today's playoffs. Esperanza did not have another pre-playoff game remaining and, thus, lost this one by forfeit. MaST competes in a suburban league, but is inside the city limits and competes in the Pub playoffs.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Haverford School 7, Episcopal 5:
In this suspended-earlier game, Connor Burke pitched a complete game six-hitter and drove in three runs. James McConnon added two hits, two RBI.

MAY 14
CLASS AAAA QUARTERFINALS
  Washington 15, Southern 0 (3 inn.):
Ed Tingle allowed two hits and went 3-for-3 with a double and four RBI. Team favorite Luke Wright made an appearance and stroked an RBI single.
  Edison 5, Frankford 3: One week earlier, the Owls ended a losing streak against Frankford that had covered 26 meetings, including four playoffs, dating back to '99. This time, Freddie Martinez' two-run single broke a 3-3 tie in the visiting sixth and Michael Garcia got the win in relief of his brother, Ismael, who started his stint by forcing Frankford to strand two runners in scoring position in the fifth.
  Central 9, Northeast 0: Frosh Danny Holdsman (five innings) and Louis Lobron teamed for a three-hitter while Kyle Rosenberg turned a double and triple into three RBI.
  Olney 6, Lincoln 5: The Trojans won it with two in the visiting seventh. Ray Cedano doubled home the tying run and his courtesy runner, Ricky Alicea, scored on a steal/overthrow combo. Jamuel Cruz went 3-for-4. Julio Sierra earned the W.
CLASS AAA QUARTERFINALS
  Boys' Latin 4, Bodine 0: Tyler McColley had two hits and as many RBI. McColley also had one of Boys' Latin's four doubles. Antonio Harris tossed a shutout and struck out 11.
  Franklin Towne 2, New Foundations 1: Freshman Eric Sanchez pitched a three-hitter while fanning seven and walking three. Zack Beltran went 2-for-3 and Rob Henry's sac fly provided a 2-0 lead in the fourth.
  Swenson 4, Mastbaum 3 (8 inn.): Juawan Reed hit a walkoff single to score Brian Nieves and give the Lions a one-run, first-playoff win for the fifth consecutive year. This was the fourth with a 4-3 score. The score in '13 was 3-2. Only in '12 (the fifth) did the Lions not score the winning run in the final inning. David Fred forced extras with a two-out RBI single in the seventh. Josh Bittner pitched five shutout innings in relief to earn the win.
  King 16, Franklin 4: Ahmad Hall-Lear cracked a three-run double to support Isaiah Gregory. Clinton Hickson and Demetrius Smith contributed multiple hits/RBI.
CLASS AA PRELIMS
  Tacony 15, Del-Val 3 (6 inn.):
The first-year Pub member stormed to playoff victory No. 1 as Jeremiah Alston went 3-for-5 with three RBI and Eli Crespo smacked a three-run double. Matt Bilotti whiffed nine in a six-inning three-hitter.
  Science Lead. 16, Freire 1 (3 inn.): The offense was led by Jeff Schwartz (five RBI) and Kevin Williams (three); each went 3-for-3 with a double and triple. Ethan Reese and Kevin Courtney combined for a three-inning one-hitter along with seven strikeouts.
PUBLIC LEAGUE REGULAR SEASON
  GAMP 5, Masterman 0:
No details.

MAY 13
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
WINNERS BRACKET SEMIFINALS
  Roman 8, La Salle 4:
At La Salle, the Cahillites scored four runs apiece in the first and seventh to claim a second playoff victory in one season for the first time since 2005. Conor Smith went 2-for-4 with three RBI and made a sliding catch in center to maintain a 4-3 lead in the fifth. One inning earlier, rightfielder Matt De Treux gunned down an Explorer at the plate. Joe Mangano went the distance. La Salle's Brad Schneider went 2-for-4 with one RBI.
  O'Hara 5, Neumann-Goretti 2: At N-G, in the third inning, Nolan Cummings belted the Lions' first grand slam of the year to provide a 5-0 lead. Also crucial were  centerfielder Matt McGraw's over-the-shoulder catch in the fourth inning, in left-center, with two runners on base and Chris Fusaro's three scoreless innings in relief to save Kevin George's win.
LOSERS BRACKET FIRST ROUND
  Bonner-Prendergast 1, Carroll 0:
At B-P, Danny Goggin’s two-out single drove in Jesse Basden with the walkoff run in the home seventh. Nick Bralczyk needed 83 pitches to go seven innings. He allowed two hits and struck out six.
  Wood 7, Conwell-Egan 1: At Wood, soph righthander Anthony Russo pitched a five-hitter to earn his sixth victory of the season. Erik Bowren scored twice and one of his two RBI came via a triple.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Penn Charter 2, Episcopal 1:
Zach "Wiggles" Wielgus struck out seven and allowed one earned run in six innings as the Quakers earned a share of the Inter-Ac League title. Matt Gorman notched the save. PC scored on Dillon Malandro's sacrifice fly and a bases-loaded walk to Steve Cohen.
  Haverford School 3, Malvern Prep 2: Frank Cresta hit a walkoff homer and Ben Tracy tossed a five-hitter. The Friars' loss enabled PC to tie them for the championship.
  Gtn. Academy 4, SCH Academy 3: Emmett Harkins saved Sean Weiss' win and Ryan Elefante had two RBI..
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Del-Val 22, Freire 4:
Winning pitcher Khalil Williams also doubled.
  Kensington 13, Furness 0: Cesar Vargas threw a one-hitter in a five-inning game while striking out seven. He also went 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBI.
  Masterman 7, Prep Charter 0: Forfeit.
  Bracetti 14, Phila. Elec. 4: No details.
  Maritime 15, West Phila. 0: No details.

MAY 12
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Phila. Academy 9, Northeast 2: Shawn Hayes had two doubles, two RBIs, and two runs scored.
  Prep Charter 5, Esperanza 3: Rob Freer went 1-2, with a 2-run homer in a suspended-earlier game.
  Frankford 7, Washington 6: Elvis Rosario went 2 for 4, and drove in three runs.
  Franklin Towne 3, Masterman 2: No details. 
  Kensington 12, Bodine 2: Jaison Morrillo hit a grand slam in the second inning.
  Bracetti 7, Overbrook 0: Forfeit.
  Furness 11, Engineering & Science 5: Jose Gill went 2 for 5 with a double and two RBIs.
  Rush 11, Randolph 5: Mike Sciarra earned the win with four innings of shutout relief and went 2 for 3 with two runs and two RBIs.
  Science Lead. 17, Sankofa 0: Jeff Schwartz went 3 for 3 with 6 RBIs and 2 runs scored. He also pitched three innings for the victory. Stephen Eager-White scored three times and Kevin Courtney drove in four.
  Franklin LC 11, Saul 4: David Anderozzi slugged a pair of doubles for FLC. Sandro Rodriguez homered.
  Southern 15, Freire Charter 10: David Destouet had a double, triple, and three runs, in addition to earning the win. Pedro Reyes picked up two doubles and drove in three runs.
  Bartram 13, Dobbins 10: No details.
  Gratz 3, Del-Val 0: No details.
  Straw. Mansion 15, West Philadelphia 0: Marvin Dozier and Shamar Fair each doubled for Mansion.
  Maritime 6, Future 0: Julio Ramos fanned 16 in a two-hit shutout.
  New Foundations 13, World Comm. 3: Matt Keim gave up one hit and struck out nine over five innings.

MAY 11
CATHOLIC LEAGUE FIRST ROUND
  O'Hara 7, Bonner-Prendie 2: At O'Hara, starter Chris Fusaro (eight) and Will Latcham combined to retire the first 15 batters they faced over a two-day period. Rain flooded the field with one away in the visiting fourth on Saturday. Latcham went the rest of the way Sunday in the 54-minute resumption to earn the win. Nick Newman's two-run double highlighted the Lions' five-run first. Dan Dwyer went 2-for-3 with one RBI. For the visiting Friars, Richie Tecco cracked a run-scoring triple.
  La Salle 9, Conwell-Egan 2: At La Salle, Dominic Cuoci scattered eight hits while sitting down seven, Ryan Coonahan doubled and tripled en route to one RBI and Nick Dermo went 2-for-3 with two RBI. For the Eagles, Greg Black contributed two hits, one RBI. This was the only first-rounder played completely on Sunday.
  Neumann-Goretti 4, Carroll 0: At N-G, Pat Doudican allowed just hits through six full innings on Saturday before rain intervened. Charlie Jerla quickly completed the shutout Sunday afternoon. Nicky D'Amore's first-inning, two-run single gave the Saints all the runs they would need. Bay To added two hits and two steals en route to scoring two runs.

MAY 10
CATHOLIC LEAGUE PRELIMS
  Carroll 7, Judge 2:
At Neumann-Goretti, Bryan Chesky allowed three hits over six innings and Max "Noodle" Frederick worked the seventh. Tom Sparacino (double) and Rich Funchion (sac fly) had RBI while Kevin Bier went 3-for-4.
  Conwell-Egan 22, Ryan 9:
At La Salle, angered that Ryan's softball players had recently been guilty of a no-no -- ringing C-E's famed victory bell behind the school -- the Eagles exacted revenge by tying the CL record for postseason runs; La Salle dropped a 22-run bomb on North Catholic in a 2004 first-rounder. Justin Forktus went 3-for-4 with two doubles and five RBI. Other hitting heroes: Greg Black (4-for-4, two doubles, three RBI); Shane Souchuck (2-for-2, two RBI) and Billy Bonfig (two doubles). Billy Meyer won in relief.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE FIRST ROUND
  Roman 6, Wood 5 (9 inn.):
The visiting Cahillites dominated in hits, 11-3, then won it with a sac fly from Joe Mangano (3-for-4, two RBI). Joe Myers went 2-for-5 with two RBI and Connor McKenna claimed the W with two hitless relief innings after Kyle Rogalski allowed three hits (and no earned runs) through seven. Matt Funk scored for Wood in the seventh via a balk.

MAY 9
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Penn Charter 4, Gtn. Academy 2:
Zach "Wiggles" Wielgus saved the win for T.J. Pagan. Adam Holland smacked an RBI double and Demetrius "Meech" Isaac scored twice.
  Haverford School 6, SCH Academy 1: Ryan Fuscaldo went 2 for 2 with a triple, run scored and an RBI. Chris Burke struck out six in a winning effort and had a double.
  Malvern 6, Episcopal 3: Tim Quinn doubled to support winning pitcher Gardner Nutter.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Washington 3, Franklin Towne 0:
Roger Hanson allowed one hit (game's first batter) and struck out 12.
  Esperanza 12, Northeast 10: Hector Morales went 2 for 2 with three runs, three RBIs and a triple. Samuel Arroyo doubled twice.
  Frankford 2, Phila. Academy 0: Xavier Sanchez and Josh Pagan each had two hits and an RBI for Frankford. Gio Burgos entered a scoreless game in the second and allowed one hit over the next six innings.
  Lincoln 4, GAMP 3 (9 inn.): Smith Alvarez singled home Austin Wienckowski with two outs in the visiting ninth. GAMP had tied it 3-3 in the seventh when Jacob Kurtz’s two-out single scored Dylan Anderson.
  Masterman 10, Franklin 9 (8 inn.): Jacob Nelson hit a single in the home eighth to score Greg Whitehorn from second base with the winning run. John Pizzola went 2 for 3 with three RBI.
  Boys' Latin 10, Furness 8: Jahlil Gregg pitched four innings in relief to notch the victory. He struck out seven while allowing two runs. Tyler Gamble doubled, drove in two runs and scored twice.
  Bracetti 3, Fels 2: Freshman shortstop David Santana hit a bases-loaded single to right center in the bottom of the seventh to score Kelvin Sabastro with the winning run.
  Mastbaum 5, Roxborough 3: Mastbaum's Quiles brothers had both of the extra-base hits in the game. Rickie Quiles had a triple and Frank Quiles homered.
  Swenson 15, Overbrook 5: Brian Nieves went 3-for-5 with five RBI.
  Kensington 13, Phila. Electrical 3: No details.
  Bodine 13, Eng. and Science 3: Robert Wheeler got the win.
  King 5, Dobbins 1: Demetrius Smith went 3 for 3 with a triple. Jahlil Freeman struck out 12 in a two-hitter.
  Bartram 9, Science Leadership 7: Juan Santana doubled, scored twice and picked up the win. For Science Leadership, Ethan Reese went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and Jeff Schwartz was 3 for 4 with two triple and two RBIs.

MAY 8
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  SJ Prep 15, Ryan 5:
Dan Ryan, usually a sub, got a Senior Day start and went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Colin Cunningham contributed two hits, four RBI. Chris Martin, coming off knee surgery, made his first and only appearance of the season (as a first-inning pinch-hitter) and laid down a successful sac.
  O’Hara 11, Judge 8: Juniors Chris Salvey (four) and Nick Newman combined to drive in seven of O’Hara’s 11 runs.
  La Salle 5, Roman 0: Anthony Morabito, James Dougherty, Jimmy Herron and Joe "Cardinal" Krol combined on the shutout. Herron went 2 for 3 with two doubles and an RBI. Adam Arcadia was 3 for 4 and drove in a run.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Washington 8, Esperanza 6:
Gilad Metro and Roger Hanson had doubles to help Eddie Tingle win this suspended-earlier game.
  Franklin Towne 13, Prep Charter 12 (10 inn.):
Chris "Cookie" Gilchrist hit a walk-off single to end this suspended-earlier game.
  Furness 9, Swenson 5: William Isaacs didn’t allow a hit in 2 2/3 innings to notch the save. Marshall Drummond doubled twice.
  Science Lead. 18, Freire 2: Kevin Courtney went 3 for 3 with six RBIs and three runs scored. Stephen Eager-White and Kevin Williams both went 2 for 2 with a pair of RBIs and three runs scored.
  Southern 5, Franklin LC 1: Pedro Reyes pitched a complete game, striking out 14 and walking four in a five-hitter. Dave Russino went 1 for 3 with an RBI double and two runs scored.
  King 5, Rush 0: Demitrius Smith went 3 for 3 with a double and a triple. Isaiah Gregory got the win.
  Saul 16, Del-Val 6: Saul’s Bobby Tinneny had a double and three RBIs.
  Bartram 14, Sankofa 4: Da'Quan Percell (4-for-4) and Rob Davis knocked in four and three runs, respectively.
  Randolph 13, Gratz 10: Winning pitcher Brian Rodriguez rapped two doubles and scored four runs. Losing pitcher Javon Whitfield doubled thrice and scored four times.
  Tacony 14, Future 11: Matt Bilotti doubled and knocked in two runs.
  New Foundations 16, Straw. Mansion 4: No details.
  Maritime 7, West Phila. 0: Forfeit. Bus issues.

MAY 7
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Bonner-Prendie 9, McDevitt 2:
Nick Bralczyk went four innings for the win while Brad Scull and Dan Goggin halved four RBI.
  Wood 13, Lansdale 3: Matt Cummiskey went 2 for 3 and knocked in three runs. Matt Mandes went 2 for 3 and scored twice.
  Neumann-Goretti 5, Carroll 4: Bay To went 3 for 4 and singled in two runs in the sixth inning to put N-G ahead. Charlie Jerla earned the win.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Central 15, Prep Charter 0:
Pitcher Anthony DeVito and Keith John McFarlane each doubled and drove in two runs. Dan Feyler doubled twice and had two RBIs.
  Edison 9, Frankford 8: Raimy Amparo doubled and belted a two-run home run in the first inning. He went 2 for 3 and scored twice.
  Esperanza 13, Franklin 0: Samuel Arroyo had a double and two triples.
  GAMP 5, Phila. Academy 4: Dante Sanguiliano's single drove home Brian Clark in the visiting seventh, giving GAMP a 5-3 lead.
  Lincoln 10, Northeast 0: Nick Howser went 4 for 4 with four runs scored and three RBIs. Smith Alvarez-Hernandez went 4 for 5 and Eric Cintron was 3 for 4 with two runs scored. Jason Chattley and Justin Carlson pitched three innings each and each allowed one hit.
  Washington 13, Masterman 0: Ishmael Bracy allowed one hit and struck out five in five innings. He also doubled twice. Chase Alexander went 2 for 3.
  Bodine 8, Overbrook 1: Roberto Marrero struck out 17 in a seven-hitter and Joey Nicoletti doubled twice.
  Mastbaum 16, Fels 0: Manny Ocasio went 2 for 5, including a second-inning grand slam. He had five RBIs.
  Boys' Latin 16, Eng. and Science 1: Manny Fernandez went 3 for 3 with a home run and three runs scored.
  Roxborough 11, Kensington 0: Collin Yeager struck out 12 in a five-inning one-hitter. He also went 2 for 4 with three RBIs, two doubles and a run scored.
  Olney 6, Bracetti 0: Julio Sierra struck out 15 in a shutout. Yeudy Castro had a triple, home run and two RBIs.
  Swenson 11, Phila. Electrical 1: Brian Nieves opened the scoring for Swenson with a two-run homer run in the first and ended the game with a two-run single in the fifth inning to assure the ten-run rule.
  Bartram 12, Rush 2: Da'Quan Percell went 3 for 5 with four runs and two RBIs.
  Southern 18, Sankofa 12: Pedro Reyes tripled and drove in five runs. He also pitched two innings for the win.

MAY 6
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Malvern 7, Penn Charter 2:
Chris Butera pitched the final four innings to earn the win. Dan Grandieri went 2 for 3 with two runs scored and two RBIs. Tim Quinn and Mike Styer each had two hits and scored twice. Parker Abate went 2 for 4 and drove in two runs.
  Gtn. Academy 12, Haverford School 6: Ryan Calhoun homered and drove in four runs. John Aiello went 2 for 3 with a double, three RBIs and two runs scored.
  SCH Academy 2, Episcopal 0: Ross Mintzer struck out 10 in a two-hitter. Craig Alleyne went 2 for 3 with a double.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Ryan 12, SJ Prep 8: Josh Lopez swatted a pair of doubles and knocked in four runs. Tom Derer went 3 for 3 with three runs scored and three RBIs.
  O'Hara 5, Judge 0: Will Latcham threw a one-hitter (Dan Hammer's infield single to shortstop with two outs in the fourth inning) while walking three and striking out 12. He faced 24 Crusaders; one was caught stealing. Just two balls left the infield. Nolan Cummings went 3 for 3 with a double and a run scored.
  Roman 9, La Salle 7: Matt De Treux went 3 for 3 with three RBIs and two runs scored. Jonathan Stoffere had three hits and scored three runs.
  Carroll 21, McDevitt 0: No details.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Edison 9, Esperanza 0:
Ismael Garcia tossed a three-hitter with eight whiffs and two walks. He also went 2 for 3 with two runs scored and an RBI.
  Bodine 3, Furness 2: Nick Cammisa outdueled Jose Luis. Cammisa gave up two runs on four hits with seven strikeouts. Luis allowed three runs on three hits and fanned 11.
  Olney 10, Phila. Electrical 0: Ray Cedano doubled and ripped a three-run homer.
  Dobbins 15, Gratz 12: Octavias Barnes struck out 11 while Atiba Gamble went 2 for 5 with two RBIs. For Gratz, Raekwon Bynes went 5 for 5 with two RBIs. He also struck out 10.
  Franklin LC 15, Rush 0: Isaias Palomares went 3 for 3 with two doubles and four RBIs. He also tossed a three-inning no-hitter.
  Tacony 14, Straw. Mansion 8: Matt Bilotti went the distance, struck out 12 and went 2 for 4 with five RBIs.
  Saul 7, Sankofa 0: Forfeit.
  World Comm 18, Future 5: No details. What, you're surprised?
  New Foundations 15, West Phila. 0: No details. What, you're surprised?
  King 15, Del-Val 4: No details. What, you're surprised?   

MAY 5
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Neumann-Goretti 14, Carroll 13 (9 inn):
N-G won the ninth inning, 8-7, after Carroll scored five in the home seventh to create a 6-6 tie. Josh Ockimey lined a three-run homer in a four-RBI outing. For Carroll, J.T. Evangelist went 4-for-5 with a double, homer and five RBI. The game ended at 7:28.
  Bonner-Prendergast 10, McDevitt 1: Brad Scull went 2 for 3, knocking in two runs and stealing two bases. Winner Dan Goggin went four innings.
  Wood 18, Lansdale 0: Joe Lancellotti went 3 for 3 with two homers and seven RBI. He also pitched a one-hitter over four innings, striking out seven. Matt Mandes added a homer, three RBI.
  SJ Prep 6, Roman 1: Jawan McAllister hit a double and a triple while Colin Cunningham got the win.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Frankford 10, Masterman 5:
Gio Burgos struck out six in a five-hitter and hit a two-run double in the first inning.
  Prep Charter 10, Edison 0: Rob Freer collected three hits, including two of Prep Charter’s four doubles.
   Franklin LC 10, Science Lead. 9: Bryant Moya had FLC’s only extra-base hit, a double, to support Joe Pagan.
  Swenson 7, Esperanza 4: Angel Diaz got the win as Vlad Bursanov's two-run triple fueled a four-run visiting seventh.
  Bartram 13, Freire 3: Juan Santana hit two doubles to support Rob Davis.
  Dobbins 11, Sankofa 4: Chris Perez allowed five hits and struck out 10. He also had two hits and scored twice.
  Southern 7, Del-Val 6: Pedro Reyes went 3 for 4 with four RBIs and Alberto Fernandez struck out 14.
  Tacony 7, West Phila. 0: Forfeit.
  King 18, Gratz 0: No details. What, you're surprised?
  New Foundations 10, Maritime 0: No details. What, you're surprised?
  World Comm 11, Straw. Mansion 1: No details. What, you're surprised?
  Saul 7, Randolph 1: No details. What, you're surprised?

MAY 4
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Neumann-Goretti 7, Bonner-Prendergast 3:
Winning reliever Charlie Jerla received support primarily from Nicky D'Amore (two-run single in sixth) and Justin Curtin (two-run single in seventh).
  Wood 15, Carroll 4:
The Vikings posted six in the sixth to bring about mercy-rule status. Austin Hill went 3-for-4 with a double, homer and four RBI. Joe Lancellotti homered and scored thrice. Dom "Bean" McFadden got the win.
  Conwell-Egan 11, McDevitt 1:
Cole Ingelido pitched a five-inning two-hitter. As part of Senior Day, Mike Niatas got a start at DH and went 2-for-2 with two RBI.
  Roman 8, Judge 2:
Kyle Rogalski whiffed eight in a four-hitter while Joe Mangano laced a triple.

MAY 3
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  La Salle 1, Judge 0 (8 inn.):
The Explorers clinched the Red Division title as Dominic Cuoci struck out five while walking none in a three-hitter. Fifty-nine of his 80 pitches were strikes and his season totals now show 35 Ks/3 BBs. In the home eighth, Brian Buckley doubled, moved to third on Ryan Coonahan's sac and scored on a shot by pinch-hitter Ian McIntosh that sailed over the drawn-in centerfielder's head. Judge starter Ryan O'Neill went 5 1/3 innings.
  O'Hara 4, Ryan 1: Chris Fusaro issued just one walk in a four-hitter and Matt McGraw stroked a two-run single.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Episcopal 7, Gtn. Academy 1:
Mark Washington earned the win. 

MAY 2
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Penn Charter 6, Haverford School 2:
T.J. Pagan's three-run homer highlighted a five-run fifth. Matt Gorman retired all four batters he faced to save Zach "Wiggles" Wielgus' win.
  Malvern 2, SCH Academy 0: Gardner Nutter (four innings) and Chris Butera combined for a five-hitter while the RBI went to Dan Grandieri (2-for-2, walk) and Mark Gentilotti.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Conwell-Egan 3, McDevitt 1:
Jarrett Patman went five innings for the win. Jeff Manto went 4-for-4 with two doubles.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Freire 20, Gratz 4:
Ikeis Bradley hit a pair of two-run doubles in a 10-run second inning. Abu Syed went 3 for 4 with an RBI, three runs and three stolen bases. Semaj Smith went 2 for 3 and scored three runs.
  Tacony 7, Future 0: Forfeit.

APRIL 30
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Southern 7, Science Lead. 0:
Forfeit. 

APRIL 29
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Wood 2, Carroll 0:
Austin Hill went 2 for 3 with an RBI. Anthony Russo allowed two hits in 6 2/3 innings.
  Neumann-Goretti 10, Bonner-Prendergast 0: Pat Doudican struck out 14 and missed a no-hitter by two outs in the six-inning game. Tommy Nardini and Justin Curtin had RBI singles in the third. Charlie Jerla had a RBI triple in the fourth.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  SCH Academy 11, Penn Charter 8:
Frosh Andrew Singer went 3 for 3 with two RBIs.
  Malvern 3, Gtn. Academy 0: Gardner Nutter (five innings) and Chris Butera (two) spun a combo no-hitter. Nutter fanned four, walked one. Butera fanned one, walked three. The Friars committed no errors. GA sent 25 men to the plate. One reached base on a passed ball, but was erased in a line-drive doubleplay. Mark D'Agostino and Jake Mullan had RBI singles.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  GAMP 5, Edison 3:
Matt Leggerie had two hits and three RBIs to support Dylan Anderson.
  Lincoln 14, Franklin 4: Eric Cintron scored four runs while adding two RBIs. Matthew DePaul went 3 for 3 with 2 RBIs.
  Boys' Latin 18, Overbrook 2: Jahlil Gregg (five) and Abdur Mujahid (four) led the way in RBI. Asa James struck out 6 in three innings.
  Kensington 19, Fels 4: Winning pitcher Cesar Vargas also had a double and a triple. Raphael Martinez and John Gonzalez homered for Kensington. Jon Cendeno did likewise for Fels.
  Bodine 19, Phila. Electrical 11: Joey Nicoletti went 4 for with a walk and three RBIs.
  Swenson 6, Roxborough 2: Josh Bittner gave up one earned run in a four-hitter. He struck out 10 and walked six.
  Olney 5, Mastbaum 1: Julio Sierra got the win.
  New Foundations 16, Tacony 3: Greg Clemens struck out eight in a five-hitter. He also went 2 for 2 and knocked in three runs.
  Maritime 12, World Comm 2: Cody Sweeten allowed one hit and struck out five in three innings.
  Future 15, West Phila. 0: No details.

APRIL 28
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  La Salle 11, Judge 1:
Big hits by Brad Schneider (three-run double) and Dominic Cuoci (two-run triple) supported John Scheffey, who forced Judge to strand five guys in scoring position in the six-inning game.
  Ryan 4, O'Hara 3: Tyler DiMatteo had a two-run single with one out in the fourth, to give Ryan a 4-2 lead. Bobby Romano stole home to tie it at two earlier in the inning. Tom Derer fanned six in a six-hitter.
  Roman 5, SJ Prep 2: Connor McKenna went 2 for 4 with two doubles and three RBI. Kyle Rogalski fired a four-hitter with 13 whiffs.
  Carroll 6, Lansdale 4: Matt Lafferty got the win. Max Frederick picked up the save. Joe DiWilliams made a diving catch in the bottom of the seventh to help preserve the win.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Franklin Towne 3, GAMP 2:
Steve Callahan singled in two runs and struck out seven.
  Central 17, Frankford: Louis Lebron and Andrew Cesario halved six hits, six RBI. Frosh Danny Holdsman upped his record to 6-0.
  Olney 12, Eng. and Science 2: Ray Cedano went 4 for 4 and Joseph Gomez got the W.
  Rush 11, Gratz 5: Anthony Moore went 3 for 3 with two doubles, two RBIs, and two runs scored. Mike Sciarra pitched four innings in relief, striking out seven while only allowing one unearned run.
  Bartram 10, Franklin LC 9: Daquan Percell’s walk-off single capped Bartram’s five-run seventh.
  Freire 9, Dobbins 6: Ikeis Bradley and Semaj Smith each had two RBIs and four stolen bases. Dobbins' Marquan Osborne fanned 18 and walked one in a four-hitter, but the Mustangs were guilty of 12 errors.
  King 12, Saul 10: Demetrius Smith had four RBIs to go with a double and a triple. Isaiah Gregory got the win.
  Southern 11, Randolph 3: David Destouet went 4 for 4 with four runs scored and one RBI.
  Science Lead. 12, Del-Val 6: Jeff Schwartz's double and Kevin Courtney's triple knocked in four of Science Leadership's 10 runs in the sixth inning. Lukas Supozitz-Asnar pitched 5 innings, striking out 12.
  New Foundations 17, Future 3: Nick Lynch doubled and picked up the win.
  Tacony 12, World Comm. 9: Rich Rosario doubled twice, tripled and finished 4 for 5 with 3 RBI. Jeremiah Alston went 3-for-4 with three RBI and Matt Bilotti struck out nine in four innings of relief.
  Maritime 10, Straw. Mansion 7: No details.

APRIL 25
PUBLIC LEAGUE
   Phila. Academy 11, Franklin 1: Anthony Pickens struck out eleven in a complete game. He also drove in two runs and scored two.
  Edison 14, Northeast 4: Ismael Garcia went 2 for 3 with a triple, a double, two runs and two RBIs. Also, he struck out three in two and two thirds innings of no-hit relief.
  Franklin Towne 9, Esperanza 7: Eric Sanchez pitched a three-hitter, striking out five batters.
  Frankford 11, Prep Charter 9 (8 inn.): Gio Burgos did it all. He pitched four innings in relief for the victory and drove in the go-ahead run in the visiting eighth with a double. The Pioneers rallied from an 8-2 deficit.
  Washington 12, Lincoln 7: Roger Hanson had 12 Ks in a six-hitter while adding a triple.
  Roxborough 14, Bodine 4: Michael Moore went 4 for 5 with six RBIs. Tydrece Tucker's three-run double keyed an eight-run second-inning as the Indians rallied from a 3-0 deficit.
  Boys' Latin 15, Phila. Electrical 0: Antonio Harris struck out 8 batters in a complete game. Manny Fernandez and DJ Mitchell added three hits apiece.
  Furness 16, Overbrook 1: Marshall Drummond went 3 for 4, with three runs, three RBIs, a double and a triple.
  Mastbaum 6, Bracetti 5: Danny Martinez had 10 Ks.
  Olney 14, Kensington 4: Nine hits in the 6th for Olney enforced the mercy rule. George Belliard went 3 for 5 with 3 RBIs, and Julio Seirra had 9 Ks.
  Swenson 13, Fels 3: Brian Nieves went 3 for 3 with 4 RBIs, 3 runs, 3 stolen bases, and 1 walk.
  Science Lead. 17, King 10: Ethan Reese had four hits and six RBIs. Jeff Schwartz went 5-for-6 with three RBI.
  Future 12, World Comm 0: No details.
  New Foundations 16, West Phila. 1: No details.

APRIL 24
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Wood 14, Bonner-Prendie 4:
Matt Cummiskey went 4 for 4 with a double and one RBI. Nick Lafferty went 3 for 5 with a run and three RBIs. Matt Mandes went 2 for 4 with a double, homer and three RBI. Austin Hill had a two-run single. Dom "Bean" McFadden pitched all six innings.
  La Salle 7, O'Hara 3: Jimmy Herron's four-RBI outing was highlighted by a three-run double. Brad Snyder singled home Tommy Albertson with no outs in the seventh to put La Salle ahead, 4-3. Joe Krol closed it out with a perfect bottom half.
  Judge 9, SJ Prep 4: Nick Listner went 3 for 3. Dan Hammer hit a three-run home run, and Jim Huston had a two-run shot.
  Roman 12, Ryan 7: The top two hitters in Roman Catholic's lineup, Joe Myers (5 for 5, three runs, three stolen bases and two RBIs) and Matt De Treux (2 for 2, three walks, two runs, scored, two stolen bases), combined to go 10-for-10 in reaching base.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Central 7, GAMP 0:
Anthony DeVito pitched a four-hit shutout with 16 whiffs and no walks. Danny Holdsman went 2 for 3 with two RBIs.
  Fels 19, Phila. Electrical 2: Luis Rodriguez went 4 for 4 with two doubles, a triple and a grand slam for six RBI.
  Mastbaum 12, Bodine 0: Frank Quiles and Rickie Quiles both went 2 for 3 with three RBIs each.
  Del-Val 20, Bartram 5: Amir Walker went 4 for 4 with four RBIs and four runs scored.
  Franklin LC 10, Dobbins 0: Isaias Palomares and Edwin Acosta both knocked in four runs. Joe Pagan threw a complete game, striking out 10.
  King 11, Southern 4: King’s Isaiah Gregory had 13 strikeouts. Southern's Fernandez had 11.
  Sankofa 20, Freire 10: Javier Lopez had a double, triple and four RBIs. He also recorded a three-inning save. Stanley Tolson drove in three runs for Freire.
  Saul 10, Rush 3: Jerimi Ortiz struck out nine in a complete-game victory.
  Science Lead. 19, Randolph 3: Jeff Schwartz hit for the cycle. Kevin Courtney went 3 for 3, and Lucas Supovitz-Aznar went 3 for 4 with a triple. Kevin Williams was 3 for 3 with two doubles, and Ethan Reese went 2 for 3 with a triple.
  Tacony 12, Straw. Mansion 9: Winning pitcher Luis Trinidad also had two RBIs.

APRIL 23
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Ryan 6, Roman 2: Soph Matt Rocchi (five innings) earned his first Catholic League victory. Tom Derer went 2 for 2 with a walk and scored three runs while Chris Sanchez had three RBI.
  Bonner-Prendergast 10, Lansdale 8 (8 inn.): Jesse Basden hit a two-run homer with two outs in the visiting eighth. Danny Healey hit two home runs, including a solo shot to tie the game in the seventh. He went 2 for 4 and drove in four runs. Richie Tecco whiffed four in two innings of relief.
  Conwell-Egan 3, Carroll 2: Justin Forktus and Bill Bonfig halved four hits. Jeff Manto had an RBI. Jarrett Patman claimed the win.
  Neumann-Goretti 16, McDevitt 0: Ethan Pritchett fanned eight in a four-inning two-hitter. Pat Doudican tripled and knocked in four runs.

PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Central 13, Northeast 2:
Andrew Cesario had two hits, including a double, and scored three runs. Danny Feyler went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and scored twice.  Danny Holdsman struck out seven in four innings while allowing one run.
  Edison 22, Franklin 4: Melvin Acosta went 2 for 4 with a home run, five RBIs and two runs scored.
  Esperanza 18, Masterman 3: Hector Morales, Johnny Arroyo and Jeffrey Escolatico hit back-to-back-to-back homers in the first inning. Esperanza had five home runs in the three-inning game. Miguel Arroyo went 3 for 3 with two home runs, including a grand slam, and five RBIs. He scored three runs.
  Franklin Towne 7, Lincoln 6: Matt Schlernitzauer went 2 for 4 with a two-run double. Steve Callahan struck out seven while going the distance.
  Washington 11, Phila. Academy 1: Ishmael Bracy went 3 for 4 and scored three runs. Ed Tingle struck out five in five innings.
  Prep Charter 12, GAMP 6: Joe Suppa went 3 for 5 with a double, triple, homer and four RBIs.
  Bodine 15, Fels 13: Derrick McLean went 4 for 5 with a double, a triple and three RBIs. Roberto Marrero was 4 for 5 with two doubles and knocked in four runs.
  Boys’ Latin 15, Roxborough 5: Winning pitcher Asa James hit a grand slam in the sixth inning.
  Engineering & Science 13, Overbrook 6: Jelani Wheeler went 2 for 3 with two doubles and an RBI. He scored three runs and stole a base. Jahreese Strickland, who struck out eight in three innings to earn the win, was 3 for 4 with three RBIs, two runs and a stolen base.
  Furness 15, Phila. Electrical 8: William Isaacs came on in relief in the first inning and allowed one hit the rest of the way to earn his first high school win. He struck out 14. Ben Sinakin doubled twice.
  Bracetti 10, Kensington 5: Jose Escalera doubled twice and drove in five runs. Kelvin Sabastro struck out 10.
  Olney 10, Swenson 6: Ray Cadano went 2 for 4 with a double and knocked in four runs. Bryan Maria was 3 for 4.
  Saul 12, Gratz 7: Joe Blockus fanned 11 and scored three runs. Jerimi Ortiz stroked a two-run single.

APRIL 22
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Ryan 6, Roman 1: Tom Derer tossed a three hitter to earn the win. Shane Smith doubled, tripled, scored two runs and drove in two more while Bobby Romano homered en route to three RBI.
  Judge 5, SJ Prep 4: Dan Hammer went the distance and led off the visiting seventh with a triple before scoring on Ryan O'Neill's sacrifice fly.
  La Salle 15, O'Hara 5: Tommy Albertson went 3 for 4 with four RBIs. Dominic Cuoci homered.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Malvern 13, Haverford School 4:
Clay Koniecki was 2 for 3 with a double, three RBI and a run scored. Matt Maul added two RBI and scored two runs. Gardner Nutter got the win with a five-inning stint. HS' Frank Crestra doubled and homered.
  Penn Charter 9, Episcopal 5: Steve Brown drew a bases-loaded walk to put PC ahead, 6-5, in the fifth inning. Matt Gorman claimed the victory.
  Gtn. Academy 6, SCH Academy 5 (10 inn.): Logan Sneed worked a bases-loaded walk in the 10th to give GA the lead. The visiting Patriots won that frame, 3-2.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Frankford 7, Esperanza 3:
Weslly Delgado's two-run double broke a 3-3 tie in the sixth. Xavier Sanchez posted the W.
  Bartram 11, Randolph 3: Robert Davis struck out 19 batters in a two-hitter. Quincy Members had two doubles and four  RBI.
  Del-Val 16, Dobbins 2: Khalil Williams was 3 for 3 with four runs. Amir Walker went 3 for 4 with four RBI. Hugh Conway was the winning pitcher.
  Southern 6, Rush 3: David Russino went 2 for 4 with a double, two RBI and two runs scored. Pedro Reyes added an RBI single in the seventh, and struck out 10. Rush's Anthony Moore fanned 14.
  Franklin LC 16, Sankofa 6: Isaias Palomares went 4 for 4 with an inside-the-park home run and five RBI.
  Tacony 10, Maritime 3: Matt Bilotti struck out 16 in a complete-game effort and Luis Trinidad knocked in two runs.
  World Comm 16, West Phila. 1: No details.
  Straw. Mansion 12, Future 6: No details.

APRIL 21
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Carroll 3, Conwell-Egan 0:
In the fifth inning, C-E lefty Joe DeVos departed with a no-hitter with two away in the top half (he'd just walked two in a row) and Carroll righty Bryan Chesky lost his perfect game with two away in the bottom half. Chesky finished with a three-hitter (one walk, four strikeouts) while Joe Sparacino and Rich Funchion had RBI singles right after DeVos was replaced.
  Wood 1, West Catholic 0: Forfeit. Player shortage.
   Bonner-Prendergast 11, Lansdale 1: Dan Goggin threw five innings of no-hit ball (in a six-inning game) and struck out three. Anthony Martinelli worked a hitless sixth. Neither guy issued a free pass; there were errors. Steve Furman went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBI.
  Neumann-Goretti 4, McDevitt 0: Joe McGinley had two RBI and Pat Doudican fanned 10 in 4.2 innings.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Central 14, Franklin 4:
Sam Greene doubled and knocked in two runs to support KJ McFarlane.
  Frankford 9, GAMP 2: Edgardo Bernard had three hits and three RBIs. Mike Hollinger claimed the win.
  Franklin Towne 8, Phila. Academy 7: Brian Bradley went 3 for 5 and drove in the winning run with a walkoff single. FT answered PA's four-run seventh with five in the bottom half.
  Lincoln 13, Masterman 0: Eric Cintron, Delfi Rodriguez, and Cody Ulmer each doubled. Justin Carlson got the win.
 Prep Charter 11, Northeast 8: Joseph Suppa had an RBI triple and scored twice.
  Washington 10, Edison 9: Gilad Metro belted a walkoff hit down the right field line to drive in winning run.
  Boys’ Latin 15, Fels 3: Jahlil Gregg and Asa James halved six RBI. Antonio Harris whiffed eight in five frames.
  Eng. & Science 9, Phila. Electrical 6: Anthony Heard went 2 for 3 with two RBI. Justin Brown homered for PE.
  Roxborough 10, Furness 8: Matt Brown reached base five times and knocked in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning. Zack Santiago added three RBI.
  Swenson 7, Bracetti 4: Brian Nieves hit a two-run double with one out in the visiting seventh. Bracetti frosh David Santana fanned 12.
  Kensington 16, Mastbaum 1: Cesar Vargas scattered three hits and struck out 13. Jeison Morillo went 2-for-4 with three RBI.
  Olney 6, Bodine 3: George Belliard went 3 for 3 with a triple and struck out the side in the seventh to save Julio Sierra's win.
  Southern 20, Bartram 5: Alberto Fernandez dominated the mound and the batter's box. Fernandez pitched all five innings and struck out 12. He also went 3 for 4 with six RBIs, three runs, and two stolen bases. Dave Russiono added 5 RBIs, five runs and eight steals.

APRIL 19
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  La Salle 6, Ryan 3:
Dominic Cuoci pitched a six-hitter with eight Ks. Brian Buckley, Ryan Coonahan and A.J. Grezeszak bagged RBI singles in a four-run sixth.
  Wood 8, Conwell-Egan 2: Dom "Bean" McFadden worked five frames of one-hit ball and Joe Lancellotti homered.
  Carroll 3, Bonner-Prendie 1: Matt Lafferty got the win and Steve Furman doubled twice for B-P's only hits.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Gtn. Academy 11, Haver. School 1:
Emmett Harkins spun a five-inning one-hitter with eight strikeouts (49 strikes among 70 pitches) and Ryan Calhoun posted two doubles en route to three RBI.
  SCH Academy 9, Episcopal 5: Riley Mihalik went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI while Owen McAdoo added two RBI. Gunnar Hayes bagged the win.

APRIL 18
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Swenson 7, Eng. & Science 4: In a morning game, Brian Nieves went 3 for 4 with two runs scored, two RBIs and four stolen bases. Josh Bittner struck out nine and allowed two unearned runs in four innings.
  Mastbaum 16, Eng. & Science 3: In a game with a 2 o'clock start, the Engineers dropped their second makeup of the day as Danny Martinez struck out 11 over five innings. He carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning. Rickie Quiles went 3 for 4 and scored three runs. Miguel Camacho was 2 for 2 and knocked in two runs.

APRIL 17
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Malvern 9, Episcopal 4:
Mike Styer, Chris Butera and Dan Grandieri stroked two-run doubles while Gardner Nutter allowed five hits over six innings.
  Haverford School 4, SCH Academy 3: Freshman Tommy Toal delivered his second game-winning hit in as many days with a single in the bottom of the seventh. Connor Burke earned the W.
  Penn Charter 10, Gtn. Academy 4: Dillon Malandro went 4 for 4 with three doubles and three runs scored to make frosh Matt Gorman a winner. GA's Ryan Calhoun hit a three-run homer.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Franklin Towne 9, Northeast 0:
Steve Callahan struck out 10 and allowed four hits. Zack Beltran went 3-for-4 with two RBI. Chris Hammerstein also had two RBI.
  Lincoln 12, Prep Charter 2: Eric Cintron went 3 for 3 with four runs scored and two stolen bases. Smith Alvarez-Hernandez laced a two-run double.
  Washington 12, Franklin 0: Ed Tingle pitched a five-inning shutout, striking out six. He also went 3 for 5 with two RBI. Joel Goldberg doubled twice.
  Central 5, Phila. Academy 3: No details.
  Kensington 11, Eng. and Science 4: Cesar Vargas earned the win and hit a triple.
  Mastbaum 14, Overbrook 1: Rickie Quiles struck out 11 in a five inning two-hitter while also smacking a double.
  Olney 14, Roxborough 4: Julio Sierra struck out 10 and George Belliard doubled twice.
  Del-Val 13, Rush 8: Amir Walker earned the win.
  Sankofa 8, Randolph 6: Drew Jones struck out 14 batters over seven innings of work while adding two RBI. Javier Lopez bagged a two-run double.
  Southern 11, Dobbins 1: Pedro Reyes had his second straight game with 10 strikeouts and no walks while Alberto Fernandez went 3-for-3 with a double, triple and five RBI.
  Tacony 6, New Foundations 3: Matt Belotti pitched a two-hitter, striking out nine and walking two.

APRIL 16
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Neumann-Goretti 3, Lansdale 2:
Justin Curtin (for two runs) and winning pitcher Charlie Jerla (game-ender) smacked RBI singles in the home seventh. Jerla allowed five hits and struck out seven. LC scored two in the first as Chris Wallace got plunked and Nick Smalley nailed a sac fly to right.
  O'Hara 3, SJ Prep 2: Will Latcham fanned eight in a six-hitter and Nick Newman had two hits.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Penn Charter 5, Malvern 1:
Demetrius "Meech" Isaac delivered a two-out, two-run single in the Quakers' three-run sixth and T.J. Pagan allowed four hits in six frames.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  GAMP 3, Northeast 2:
Dylan Anderson (eight Ks) outdueled Ryan Roffman and helped himself with one RBI.

APRIL 14
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Wood 10, Conwell-Egan 0:
Anthony Russo pitched a five-inning one-hitter while strong support came from Joe Lancellotti (3-for-4, two-run double) and Tom Rosenbaum (two hits/two RBI).
  Bonner-Prendie 4, Carroll 1:
The Friars capitalized on a messy seventh (three errors/three walks). Anthony Martinelli won in relief.
   Neumann-Goretti 10, Lansdale Catholic 0: Brian Verratti hit a three-run home run in the second inning, Charlie Jerla went 3-for-3 with three RBI and Pat Doudican fanned 10 in five frames.
  La Salle 8, Ryan 3: Tommy Albertson, A.J. Grezeszak, and Brad Schneider thirded six RBI for winner John Scheffey.
  Judge 4, Roman 3: Ryan O'Neill went all seven innings, allowing one earned run, striking out four and adding two hits. Dan Hammer homered.
  O'Hara 9, SJ Prep 5: Matt McGraw doubled, tripled, scored two runs and batted in another. Nolan Cummings finished 3 for 4 with a run and two RBI.

APRIL 11
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Episcopal 4, Gtn. Academy 3: Austin Morgan singled home Alex Burman for the walkoff win. GA's John Aiello had delivered a two-run single in the top half.
  Penn Charter 5, Haver. School 4: Zach Kurtz hit a two-run homer in the top of the seventh. T.J. Pagan also homered for PC.
 Zach Wielgus got the win with 2.1 innings of no-hit relief.
  SCH Academy 7, Malvern 3: Owen McAdoo stroked a tie-breaking, two-run single with two outs in the sixth inning. Gunnar Hayes posted the win.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Ryan 7, Judge 6:
Matthew Wilson hit a game-tying RBI single with one out in the home sixth. He scored the winning run on Tyler DiMatteo's single two batters later.  ***Later ruled a forfeit victory for Judge. Ryan used a reliever, recently promoted from the JV, who'd already reached the PIAA limit for innings in one week.***
  Lansdale 13, McDevitt 0: Matt Kress lost a no-hit bid with one out in the fifth and final inning. He threw a one-hitter, striking out six and walking none.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Esperanza 7, Lincoln 3:
Jeffrey Escolitico had a double and Johnny Arroyo tripled.
  Prep Charter 16, Franklin 4: Keegan McKoskey went 3 for 3 with three runs scored and two RBIs.
  Frankford 15, Northeast 6: Winner Xavier Sanchez (eight Ks in five rinnings) went 3 for 5 with three RBIs and two runs scored. He stole two bases.
  Franklin Towne 8, Edison 4: Matt Schlietzenhauer allowed two hits in 4 1/3 innings of relief to earn the win. He also scored twice. Edison's Raimy Amparo homered.
  Phila. Academy 11, Masterman 6: Soph Shawn Hayes went 2 for 4 with an RBI and Anthony Pickens struck out seven.
  Washington 9, Central 7: John Santos went 3 for 4 and scored twice. Central managed four in the visiting seventh.
  Bodine 1, Bracetti 0: Junior righthander Nick Cammisa struck out 17 while allowing four hits and one walk. Joey Nicoletti had an RBI double in the first.
  Furness 18, Fels 6: Nick Collis went 3 for 6 with two doubles, two runs scored and three RBIs. Jose Luis added four apiece of hits/runs. Winner Jose Gil had three hits, two RBI.
  Olney 6, Boys' Latin 0: Julio Sierra struck out 13 and allowed one walk in a three-hit shutout. George Belliard homered.
  Swenson 17, Mastbaum 11: Brian Nieves went 4 for 5 with a double, triple and six RBIs.
  Phila. Electrical 9, Overbrook 1: Justin Brown struck out 14 in a one-hitter.
  Roxborough 4, Eng. and Science 2: Collin Yeager (11 in five innings) and Randy Krok combined for 17 whiffs. The Indians won it with two in the home sixth.
  Science Lead. 1, Gratz 0: Forfeit. Player shortage.

APRIL 10
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  O'Hara 9, Roman 4:
Will Latcham racked up 14 strikeouts (nine looking) and clubbed a three-run homer. Nick Newman and Colin McGuire halved four of the Lions' eight doubles. Roman's Frank Richardson homered.
  Judge 10, Ryan 5:
Winning pitcher Dan Hammer and Mike Taffe each hit two-run doubles during a seven-run fifth.
  SJ Prep 14, La Salle 12 (9 inn.): Alex Stewart went 3 for 6 and drove in three runs, including the go-ahead run in the 9th. The Prep trailed, 10-4, entering the seventh. An eight-run outburst was highlighted by Andrew Magiera's three-run double.
  Carroll 7, West Catholic 0: Forfeit. Player shortage.
  Wood 12, Neumann-Goretti 2: Matt Mandes and Anthony Zupito each drove in three runs. Dom "Bean" McFadden fanned six in the five-inning game.
  Bonner-Prendie 3, Conwell-Egan 0: Brad Scull allowed two hits in six innings while fanning five; Rich Tecco whiffed two in the seventh. Scull also posted one hit and a sac fly.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Phila. Academy 6, Lincoln 2:
Eric Heisler went 2 for 4 with an RBI and was the winning pitcher.
  Mastbaum 14, Phila. Electrical: Danny Martinez went 2 for 3 with four RBIs and a three-run triple in the third inning. He struck out 10 batters in five innings.
  Del-Val 6, Sankofa 4: Miguel Alomar was 3 for 3 with four RBIs. He also threw out two base runners trying to steal.
  Franklin LC 15, Freire 2: Isaias Palomares went 4 for 5 with five RBIs. Joe Pagan went 2 for 2 with two RBIs and two doubles. Briant Loya struck out 10 in five innings.
  Southern 15, Gratz 0: Pedro Reyes hit doubles in both of his at-bats. He knocked in four runs.
  Randolph 17, Dobbins 2: Brian Rodriguez hurled a two-hitter, striking out 11 over five innings. He went 2 for 2 at the plate, knocking in four runs and scoring three.
  Straw. Mansion 10, West 4: No details.
  King 9, Bartram 0: No details.
  Rush 9, Science Lead. 2: Anthony Moore went 3 for 4 with three RBIs.
  Future 13, Maritime 10: John Garland drove in two runs while going 2 for 3 with a pair of doubles.
  New Foundations 16, World Comm. 4: Dylan Prendergrast went 3 for 3 with a double and triple. 

APRIL 9
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  SCH Academy 7, Penn Charter 5:
Jake Silverman's single to left field scored the go-ahead run for Springside Chestnut Hill in a four-run visiting seventh. A.J. LaBella tied it on a double. Craig Alleyne had two RBI and played strong defense at shortstop. Gunnar Hayes worked 2.1 innings in relief for the win.
  Malvern 6, Gtn. Academy 5: Clay Koniencki lined a base hit to center field to cap Malvern Prep's comeback win. The Friars did not have a hit until the 6th inning and trailed 5-0.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Edison 11, Masterman 1:
Michael Garcia went 3 for 4, scored three runs and had two RBIs. Anthony Guzman struck out five in four innings.
  Frankford 17, Franklin 2: Xavier Sanchez went 3 for 3 with two doubles and four RBIs. Edgardo Bernard went 3 for 3 with five RBIs.
  Franklin Towne 4, Central 0: Steve Callahan pitched six innings and struck out nine. Rob Henry had an RBI triple in the third inning.
  Phila. Academy 3, Esperanza 2: Anthony Pickens doubled in the sixth inning, advanced to third on a ground out, and then scored when a fielder overthrew third base.
  Prep Charter 6, Washington 3: Bob Freer went 2-for-3 with a double. Joe Suppa tossed six innings and struck out three.
  Boys' Latin 4, Bracetti 3: Manny Fernandez scored the go-ahead run in the sixth inning. He went 1 for 3 with an RBI double.
  Fels 13, Eng. & Science 5: Luis Rodriguez knocked in five runs on two doubles. He also fanned 15 to earn the win.
  Kensington 8, Swenson 1: Cesar Vargas threw a no-hitter, striking out 13 and walking four.
  Olney 4, Furness 1: Yeudy Castro went 2 for 2 with 2 RBIs and a run scored. Joseph Gomez threw a complete game and struck out seven.
  Roxborough 11, Overbrook 0: Mike Moore tossed four shutout innings and went 3 for 4.
  Franklin LC 3, Randolph 2 (8 inn.): Joe Pagan punched out 20 batters. Edwin Acosta iced the win with a walkoff single in the home eighth. Randolph's Manny Neris went the first seven innings and mowed down 19.
  Saul 4, Southern 3: Jeremy Ortiz scattered seven hits and punched out 10 batters in a complete game.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Carroll 16, West Catholic 0:
Matt Lafferty pitched a three-inning no-hitter and struck out five.
  Lansdale Catholic 13, McDevitt 3: Andrew Melsheimer tossed 4 1/3 innings of one-hit ball, punching out six and allowing three unearned runs. Mike Christy belted a three-run home run in the fourth inning.
  Neumann-Goretti 13, Archbishop Wood 5: Josh Ockimey went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs. Bay To also had three RBI to support Pat Doudican. For Wood, among Erik Bowren's three hits was a three-run homer.
  Bonner-Prendie 10, Conwell-Egan 5: Billy Myers tripled twice and knocked in five runs.
  La Salle 9, St. Joseph's Prep 3: Jimmy Herron went 3 for 4 with two RBIs. Adam Arcadia was 2 for 3 with two RBIs. La Salle's Dominic Cuoci and the Prep's Jack Frantz homered.
  Roman 5, O'Hara 2: Joe Meyers went 2 for 3 and drove in two runs.

APRIL 8
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Ryan 4, Judge 1:
Tom Derer allowed four hits, walked none and fanned 13, Bobby Romano had two hits and Chris Sanchez contributed a two-run double. Judge's Ryan O'Neill's two hits included a double.
INTER-AC LEAGUE
  Haver. School 4, Episcopal 2:
Connor Burke scattered two hits and whiffed nine in six innings, Kevin McGowan cracked a three-run homer and James McConnon went 3-for-3. Mark Washington homered for Episcopal.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  New Foundations 14, Straw. Mansion 4:
Greg Clemens struck out 10 in five innings.

APRIL 6
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  La Salle 6, Roman 4:
In a rare Sunday league game, Nick Dermo went 3-for-3 with a triple and three RBI while Dominic Cuoci (two doubles) and Jimmy Herron halved four hits and scored two runs apiece. Joe "Cardinal" Krol got the win.

APRIL 4
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Judge 11, O'Hara 5:
Mike Taffe contributed two apiece of hits/RBI and Eric Petroski scored three runs to support Sam Naftulin.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Franklin 10, GAMP 2:
Aaron Casper-Greene fanned nine and Adiel Torres doubled twice en route to three RBI.
  Central 11, Masterman 1: Frosh Danny Holdsman threw a five-inning one-hitter and bagged two RBI. Kyle Rosenberg added a triple, two RBI.
  Franklin Towne 12, Prep Charter 12 (tie): No details. Will be finished, if necessary due to playoffs.
  Boys' Latin 9, Mastbaum 5: Winning pitcher Asa James and Antonio Harris halved four hits. Mastbaum's Frank Quiles went 2 for 2 with two doubles.
  Bracetti 13, Furness 12: Kelvin Sabastro delivered a second-inning grand slam. Santana fanned seven in relief and went 2-for-3 with three RBI.
  Fels 16, Overbrook 6: Winner Alaze Rodriguez went 3-for-4 with a triple, Jose Ventura-Santos turned two triples into as many RBI and Luis Rodriguez had a double, four ribbies.
  Roxborough 12, Phila. Elec. 1: Collin Yeager allowed two hits and whiffed seven in a four-inning stint.

APRIL 3
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Ryan 13, SJ Prep 3: Connor Golden had three hits, including a double and a triple, and knocked in four runs.
  Bonner-Prendergast 2, Wood 1: Jesse Basden and Nick Lazer each went 2-for-4 and Brad Scull outdueled Dom "Bean" McFadden. The winning run scored in the home seventh as Brendan "Chop" Phillips took a fastball on the left shoulder. The victory raised the record of seventh-year coach Joe DeBarberie to 100-41.
  Carroll 9, McDevitt 2: Max Frederick pitched four innings in relief and smacked a two-run homer. Brian Schnell added two hits.
  Conwell-Egan 11, Lansdale 6: No details.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Bartram 16, Gratz 4: Quincy Members had a 3-run homer.
  Franklin LC 5, Del-Val 3: Freshman Briant Loya went 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs and 2 stolen bases, and pitched a complete game with 17 strikeouts.
  Rush 13, Dobbins 9: Anthony Moore earned the win while also stealing four bases and knocking in three runs.
  King 19, Sankofa 4: Randolph Edwards and Clinton Hickson both had triples for King.
  Freire 16, Randolph 12: Abu Syed doubled and knocked in five runs.
  Science Lead 18, Saul 3: Stephen Eager-White had a triple and homer.
  Tacony 10, West Phila. 0: Luis Trinidad struck out seven over three innings.
  Maritime 12, New Foundations 10: Cody Sweeten doubled twice for three RBI, Marcus Jimenez hammered a two-run double and Julio Ramos fanned 11.
  Straw. Mansion 10, World Comm 2: No details.

APRIL 2
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Roman 6, SJ Prep 3:
Kyle Rogalski struck out eight in six innings while Conor Smith posted one RBI and two runs scored.
  O'Hara 4, La Salle 3:
John Banes hit a two-out, RBI double in the home sixth to drive in the winning run. Kevin George got the win.
  Neumann-Goretti 30, West Catholic 1: Josh Ockimey went 5 for 5 with three doubles, a home run and seven RBI. This three-inning game lasted 1 hour, 49 minutes.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Esperanza 11, Central 9: A two-run double from Johnny Arroyo put Esperanza ahead in the sixth inning; the Toros had trailed, 8-0.
  Lincoln 4, Edison 3 (11 inn.): Austin Wienckowski led off the 11th with a double and scored on an infield error. Reliever Justin Carlson struck out 10 in six innings.
  Fkn Towne 12, Frankford 2: No details.
  Swenson 7, Bodine 2: Brian Nieves went 4 for 4 with three RBI, and Geo Cortez went 2 for 3 and drove in three runs.
  Washington 12, GAMP 2: Eddie Tingle struck out nine and walked one.
  Mastbaum 3, Furness 2 (8 inn.): Despite striking out 22 batters over eight innings, freshman righthander Jose Luis (5-9, 210) took the loss. His lone regular walk of the game (following two intentionals) came with the bases loaded in a two-run home eighth and forced in Andre Bryant with the winning run. Luis struck out four batters in the eighth inning, but two occurred on passed balls that allowed the runner to reach. His strikeouts, by inning: 3, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 1 and 4. He relied mostly on pinpoint control and a wicked curve.
  Olney 11, Overbrook 0: Yeudy Castro went 3 for 3 with four RBI and two runs scored.
  Northeast 8, Franklin 2: No details.

APRIL 1
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  La Salle 14, Judge 3:
Brad Schneider went 3 for 4 with a triple and two RBI. Jimmy Herron added two doubles for three RBI. John Scheffey (six total) pitched shutout ball through five innings.
  O'Hara 11, Ryan 3: John Banes went 4 for 5 with two RBI, and Bill Johnson went 3 for 4 with three runs scored.
  Conwell-Egan 7, Lansdale 1: Billy Bonfig, Justin Forktus and Matt Costanzo contributed doubles.
  Neumann-Goretti 15, West Catholic 0: Josh Ockimey was 2 for 2 with 2 walks and four runs scored. Charlie Jerla went 2 for 2 with two RBI.
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Boys' Latin 8, Bodine 2: Antonio Harris had three hits, including a double and a two-run homer.
  Roxborough 4, Fels 2 (9 inn.): The go-ahead run scored on a balk. Roxborough pitchers Collin Yeager and Randy Krok each struck out eight.
  Maritime 13, World Comm 2: Mason Richardson went 3 for 3.
  King 18, Freire 3: Winner Clinton Hickson laced a triple.
  Saul 10, Bartram 3: No details.
  Future 17, W. Phila 2: No details.
  Rush 9, Sankofa 0: No details.

MARCH 31
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  SJ Prep 10, Judge 6:
Colin Cunningham doubled twice, bagged two RBI and pitched the first five innings. Jawan McAllister stole four bases. Judge's Dan Hammer homered.

MARCH 28
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Lincoln 8, Central 4: Justin Carlson struck out eight in a complete game. Sophomore Nick Houser went 2 for 3 and drove in three runs.
  Phila. Academy 5. Edison 3: Travis Zink went 2 for 3 with 3 RBIs.
  Washington 11, Northeast 1: Roger Hanson struck out four and allowed two hits over four innings.
  Boys' Latin 9, Swenson 4: Antonio Harris went 2 for 4 with a grand slam and a triple for six RBIs. The senior also struck out 13 in six innings to get the win.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  O'Hara 8, Roman 0:
Dan Dwyer hit a two-run home run and scored two runs to support Chris Fusaro. John Banes went 2 for 4 with an RBI and Will Latcham was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and an RBI.
  La Salle 15, SJ Prep 3: Dominic Cuoci fanned four in three innings and went 3 for 3 with a triple, homer and eight RBIs. Brad Schnieder went for 4 for 4 with a double and three RBIs.

MARCH 27
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Del-Val 8, Randolph 7: Amir Walker threw 108 pitches in a winning effort.
  Dobbins 10, Saul 7: Jonathan Young hit a two-run double with two outs in the bottom of the sixth to put Dobbins ahead, 8-7.
  King 9, Franklin LC 1: Isaiah Gregory struck out eight in three innings.
  Rush 11, Freire 6: Mike Sciarra and Anthony Moore each had two hits, drove in two runs and stole two bases.
  Sankofa 16, Gratz 5: Drew Jones went 3 for 4 with a double, a triple, three RBIs, three runs scored and five stolen bases, including two steals of home.
  Tacony 10, World Comm 0: Matt Bilotti struck out eight and allowed one hit in three innings. Matt Keller went 3 for 3 with four RBIs.
  New Foundations 11, Future 1: Nick Lynch struck out 11 in a five-inning no-hitter.
  Maritime 11, Straw. Mansion 0: Julio Ramos struck out 14.
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Wood 12, McDevitt 1:
Nick Lafferty went 2 for 4 with two RBIs to make Dom McFadden a winner.
  O' Hara 5, SJ Prep 4: Nick Newman went 2 for 3 with a pair of doubles and knocked in a run. Will Latcham spun a three-hitter.
  La Salle 8, Ryan 4: Dominic Cuoci went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and two runs scored. John Scheffey permitted no earned runs in a five-inning stint.
  Roman 6, Judge 5 (8 inn.): John Crossfield went 2 for 4 with an RBI and a run scored. Joe Myers won in relief and Phil Isaac scored the decisive run on a throwing error.

MARCH 26
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Neumann-Goretti 10, Conwell-Egan 4:
Josh Ockimey went 3 for 5 with two RBIs. Pat Doudican struck out seven in five scoreless innings.

MARCH 24
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Central 11, Edison 0: Andrew Foronda had four RBIs and Michael Duson was 3 for 3 with a stolen base. Anthony DeVito struck out seven and allowed one hit in four innings.
  Esperanza 12, GAMP 2: Michael Neadeira-DeLeon struck out 15 in a complete game. Hector Morales went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and two runs scored.
  Franklin Towne 17, Franklin 2: Phil Gilchrist and Chris Hammerstein each went 3 for 4 with four RBIs.
  Lincoln 7, Frankford 4: Eric Cintron singled to left field to score Smith Alvarez-Hernandez with the go-ahead run in the sixth inning.
  Masterman 6, Northeast 5: Gil Haven drove in the winning run on a walk in the 10th inning.
  Phila. Academy 11, Prep Charter 1: Travis Zink and Eric Heisler each went 2 for 4.
  Olney 9, Fels 5: Alex Blanco went 3 for 3 with six RBIs. Julio Sierra struck out 10.
  Roxborough 10, Bracetti 6: Michael Moore went 3 for 5 with an RBI. Randy Krok struck out eight in four innings.
  Saul 20, Freire 1: Bobby Tinneny hit two home runs, including a grand slam. 
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  Wood 16, McDevitt 2: Erik Bowren went 3 for 4, including a three-run home run, and scored three runs. Anthony Russo retired all seven batters he faced by strikeout.
  Bonner-Prendie 17, West Catholic 0: Jesse Basden and Danny Healey each had three RBIs.
  Conwell-Egan 4, Neumann-Goretti 3: Reliever Cole Ingelido got the win, thanks to a three-run visiting seventh that was highlighted by an error allowing two runs to score. Jarrett Patman allowed one hit in five frames.
  Carroll 6, Lansdale 3: Bryan Chesky threw a complete game. Tom Sparacino had two doubles, two RBI. Matt Maerz reached base four times (two hits included) and had two RBI.

MARCH 21
PUBLIC LEAGUE
  Science Lead. 27, Dobbins 0:
Jeff Schwartz turned a double and homer into five RBI. Kevin Courtney doubled twice for four RBI. Aaron Watson-Shearer clubbed a three-run homer. SL dropped a 21-run bomb in the second inning.
  King 15, Randolph 1: Demetrius Smith was 3-for-3 with a double and triple.
  Franklin LC 17, Gratz 2: Joe Pagan fanned 12 and went 3-for-3 with two RBI. Sandro Rodriguez had two hits, four RBI.
  Future 11, Straw. Mansion 1: No details.
  Maritime 4, Tacony 0: Both teams were making their Pub debut, and they halved four hits. Tacony's Matt Bilotti fanned 15. but was hurt by six errors.
  World Comm 17, West Phila. 1: No details.