Strath Haven’s Andrew Robinson brought his ace stuff to the mound Thursday.
Robinson scattered three hits and struck out five in a complete-game performance as the Panthers downed Harriton, 4-1, in Central League action.
Will Carey belted a two-run double and had a sacrifice fly for the Panthers. Luke Mutz was the table setter in the leadoff spot, contributing two hits, including a double, and two runs scored. Anthony Viggiano added two singles, one RBI, a run scored and a stolen base.
Lower Merion 2, Haverford 1 >> Haverford starter Corey Hunt gave up only four hits and struck out six over six innings, but the Aces broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth after a costly error by the Fords.
Luke Marmer finished with two hits and Drew Fowler doubled for the Fords.
In the Del Val League:
Academy Park 13, Chester 7 >> Taylor Moors fanned eight and picked up the win for the Knights (1-1, 1-0). Chris Thomas had a triple and an RBI.
James Sperdurito was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs for the Clippers (0-2, 0-2)
Chichester 19, Glen Mills 0 >> Hunter Killinen needed only 27 pitches to throw three shutout innings, and helped his cause with a double.
Interboro 19, Penn Wood 0 >> The Bucs rapped 15 hits and took advantage of eight Penn Wood errors.
Brian Parker and Deandre Depass each hit a single for the Patriots (0-1)
In the Bicentennial League
Delco Christian 10, Christian Academy 1 >> Prior to their season opener, the Knights haven’t been on the baseball field for two weeks. No scrimmages, no outdoor practices.
DC was rusty, but it hardly showed.
Winning pitcher Cody Moorhatch reached base four times and scored twice out of the leadoff spot. Tyler Tyler Rossini, who was the Knights’ starter, also got one base four times and scored a pair of runs.
Rossi, Moorhatch and Penn Schmidt combined for 17 strikeouts.
In nonleague action:
Bonner & Prendergast 8, South High (Ohio) 3 >> The Friars made the most of their trip to Orlando, Fla. Dom Dellabarba had a double and two ribbies, and Brian O’Neill, Alex Coll and Pat Lord scored two runs apiece. Joe Nestel tossed five innings with four Ks for the win.