Chambersburg 13, Red Lion 5: The Trojans rattled off 8 runs in the third inning and 4 more in the fifth to take care of Red Lion in a non-league game Monday afternoon at Greene Township Park.
Aaden Newman led a potent offense by driving in 4 runs — 3 in the third inning on a single and a walk, and one more in the fifth on a triple.
For Chambersburg (2-1), Dru Bowling was 2-for-2 with a pair of RBIs, Gavin Kissel was 2-for-3 with a run knocked in and Wyatt Kissel knocked in a pair of runs.
Bryce Folmar (2-0) was the recipient of all that offense in picking up the pitching victory. He went 5 innings and gave up 4 hits and 4 runs, only 2 of which were earned. Kyle Nolan hurled the final 2 innings.
In the big third inning, singles by Carter Fogal and Braden Zeger were followed by a bunt by Hunter Stevens that was muffed by the defense to load the bases. Newman singled to center to bring in 2 runs and make it 3-2 in the Lions’ favor.
A double by Wyatt Kissel tied the score, then a wild pitch and an RBI single by Gavin Kissel made it 5-3. Bowling reached on a bloop single to right, and Nolan singled for another run. After a walk to Fogal, an out and another wild pitch for a run, walks to Stevens and Newman brought in the final run.