Manheim Central’s baseball team is undefeated, and had scored 37 runs in its previous three outings prior to Friday.
Matt Seibert didn’t need much help Wednesday.
After spring sports athletes missed the entire 2020 season because of the coronavirus pandemic, District 3 officials are doing all they can to have a “normal” 2021 postseason this time around.
Managing a pitching staff this spring, when nobody’s played in two years, with volatile early-spring weather and pitch-count restrictions, might be the hardest part of a high school baseball coach’s job.
Not all linescore zeroes are equal, and three goose eggs next to Ephrata’s name screamed volumes about the Mounts’ 2-1 loss to Cumberland Valley on Saturday at War Memorial Field.
In the still-early stages of a hectic baseball spring, an easy win with minimal stress on the pitching staff is a luxury.
Manheim Township played against Hempfield on Monday, April 5, 2021. Manheim Township won the game 10-9.
Matt Kirchoff, Manheim Township’s baseball coach, has a lot of go-to players and, especially, go-to pitching arms.
Lancaster Catholic went 13-6-1 in 2019, the last time there was a high school baseball season, and bowed out in the first round of both the league and district playoffs.
Given that there hasn’t been a season since 2019, there’s a lot we don’t know about Lancaster-Lebanon League baseball in 2021.
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