Lions leave the Wildcats scoreless at second home game
By Marissa Burd
Red Lion Baseball played rival Dallastown on Wed., Apr. 3.
Senior CJ Czerwinski started at pitcher for the Lions and the defense holds the Wildcats scoreless.
The Lions got their offense started off early when a Senior Channing Bratton lead the game off with a walk and Czerwinski followed by singling to left center to put the Lions up 1-0 in the bottom of the first.
During the bottom of the second, senior Nate Hodgkinson singled up the middle and then junior Adam Naylor walked.
Another senior, Sean Gladfelter, bunted to advance both runners. Then, senior Tyler Ness, bunted as well and scored Hodgkinson. The Lions built their lead to 2-0.
Both teams failed to score again until the bottom of the fifth inning when the Lions added to their margin.
The inning started when senior Cole Daugherty hit a single. Shortly after, Czerwinski advanced and Daugherty ran to second base.
Ben Price, a senior, hit a grounder to second and Daugherty made his way to third.
The score reached 3-0 after Hodgkinson hit a center field single and scored Daugherty.
The remaining innings were scoreless and the Lions took the win with the final score of 3-0.