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WYALUSING TO FACE HARD HITTING TRI-VALLEY IN STATE SEMIFINALS (2024-06-09)

Northern Tier Sports Report
Wyalusing is in the state final four and things are about to heat up for the Rams as they take on Tri-Valley in the Class AA semifinal at Central Columbia Monday.

The Bulldogs have proven to be a hard hitting team, winning the District XI title with a 10-0 win over Minersville, then rallying to beat South Williamsport 10-9 in the first round of states. On Friday they rolled past Delone Catholic 7-3 to get into the final four.


They’ve totaled 32 hits over that stretch.


Over the last three games Caden Leonard has had the best bat, going 6-for-9, including a 4-for-4 performance against South, while Jason Stewart has been the most consistent hitter, going 6-for-12 with a double. He’s had a hit in every game, and went 3-for-4 against Delone Catholic when he moved into the number three slot.


Lead-off batter Layne Yoder has gone 5-for-13 with a home run over that stretch, with Gavin Klock going 3-for-8. Gavin Scheib has gone 4-for-10, Braeden Doyle is 3-for-11 with two doubles, and Bailey Clark is 4-for-10 with a double. 


Owen Miller has gone 1-for-9 with a triple, and William Porter is 0-for-8 to round out their line-up.


On the mound Leonard and Doyle have seen the most action. Leonard won the district title game, going seven innings for the shutout, striking out 12 with three this and two walks. 


He also threw three innings in the come from behind win over South with six strikeouts, two walks, two hits, and two runs, one of which was earned.


Doyle got the win over Delone Catholic, going all seven innings on 70 pitches to strikeout two with six hits, three walks, and three earned runs. He also pitched a scoreless inning against South, striking out one.


Schieb got the start against South, going three innings with two strikeouts, two walks, four hits, and seven runs, three of which were earned.


The Bulldogs had five errors over the first two games, but were clean against Delone Catholic.


The first pitch is slated for 4 p.m.



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