Baseball team brings home an ICC win

Softball team comes out with a 2-1 victory over Williamsburg


Chad Luensmann won again yesterday as the Blue Devils topped Williamsburg. (Emily Wagner)


The Blue Devil Baseball team gave it their all in their ICC game against Williamsburg last night.  The Blue Devils brought home a 12-1 ICC win.

The Blue Devils played Williamsburg in a regular season game and received a 6-1 win.

Randy Zitterbart smack a three hitter and was the winning pitcher. Zitterbart struck out 4.   Luensmann brought some fire and hit a homerun, driving in four runs for the Blue Devils.  He hit the only homerun.

Zitterbart and Jordan McCracken each gained two hits and two RBI’s.  Trenton Creppage went 2-for-4.  Sawyer Kline hit in two runs.

Jack Showalter hit a triple and Noah Burns, Creppage, and Zitterbart hit doubles.

The game only lasted five innings.  The Blue Devils scored four runs in the first inning. They added another four in the second inning making the score 8-0.  They got three more runs in the fourth inning and added their last run in the final inning. Williamsburg only run was in the fourth inning.

The Blue Devils had 10 RBI’s: 4 from Luensman, 2 each from McCracken, Kline, and Zitterbart.

The baseball team’s record is now 15-3 overall and 12-1 in the ICC North.

The Bellwood-Antis Blue Devil softball team played a tough game, but came out on top in their ICC game against Williamsburg at home.

“I thought that it went well because we got good end results, but we kept stranding a lot of runners, which can’t happen in playoffs,” said Edyn Convery.

Maddie Miller, who was the winning pitcher, had two hits and smacked in both of the Blue Devil’s runs. She also struck out seven.

Caroline Showalter had two hits for Bellwood-Antis.

Laycee Clark hit a double.

The Blue Devils had 4 multiple hits: 2 from Miller and another 2 from Showalter.

The Blue Devils had 2 RBI’s, each from Maddie Miller.

“We are mainly focused on districts,” said Convery. “It’s everyone’s goal to be playing for gold on Penn State’s Beard Field.”

The Blue Devils had 2 runs, 8 hits, and 1 error.

The softball team’s record is now 12-5 overall.