Seals Baseball in the News


Dragons fall to Seals
Saturday, May 12, 2012 2:59 AM CDT

LEWISBURG — Lewisburg jumped out to a 2-0 lead against a Selinsgrove team fighting for its playoff life Friday night.

But in the end the Green Dragons could not pull the upset as Selinsgrove rallied for an 8-3 win and got closer to making the district playoffs.

Joey Gardner had a double to pace Lewisburg.

May 11, 2012

High school roundup: Seals back in the hunt

By The Daily Item


MIFFLINBURG -- Selinsgrove got back to within a game of .500, and more importantly the Seals got within two games of qualifying for a District 4 playoff berth with a 7-2 victory over Mifflinburg in a Heartland Athletic Conference Division I matchup on Thursday.

Selinsgrove (8-9, 5-8 HAC-I) can earn a spot in the playoffs by going on the road and beating both Lewisburg today and Midd-West on Saturday.

Keying the win for the Seals were Eric Elliott, who hit a double and a triple, as well as Tyler Cook, who singled twice.

Mifflinburg falls to 6-10 overall.

May 9, 2012

Ironmen awake from offensive slumber

Ironmen awake from offensive slumber

By Scott Dudinskie

The Daily Item

SELINSGROVE -- If Danville's baseball team qualifies for the postseason -- and that's a King Kong-sized "if" -- the reason will be traced back to one swing late Wednesday afternoon.

Mason Fausnaught clubbed a three-run home run, rocking the Ironmen from a two-week slumber and fueling their 7-3 win over Selinsgrove.


Montoursville 16,

Selinsgrove 11

SELINSGROVE — The first time the Warriors had a big inning the Seals had an answer, but Selinsgrove couldn’t come back from the four runs Montoursville scored in the seventh that resulted in the HAC-I win.

The Warriors tallied eight runs in the first, only to see the Seals (7-8, 4-7 HAC-I) respond with an eight-run third that gave them a 10-9 lead.

Montoursville later scored three times in the fifth to ultimately result in enough runs for the victory.

Selinsgrove was led at the plate by Ryan Wagner, who went 3-for-4 with three doubles and four RBIs, and by Eric Elliott’s 2-for-5, three-RBI day.

April 30, 2012

Panthers break game open

Panthers break game open

By Scott Dudinskie

The Daily Item

SELINSGROVE -- Milton's most impressive sequence of a 12-2 win Monday at Selinsgrove was overshadowed by a slew of flashier ones.

It was long before Damian Moyer and Chad Diggan hit balls to Kreamer. It happened before Rey Adames capped a six-run fifth inning with a bases-clearing double, and well before Cody Shaffer put the final touches on a four-hitter.


April 27, 2012

Seals make plays to frustrate rivals

Seals make plays to frustrate rivals

By Scott Dudinskie

The Daily Item

SUNBURY -- Jack Snyder shot off the mound after an inning-ending strikeout with a booming "Let's go!" to fire up Shikellamy's bats.  The Braves trailed archrival Selinsgrove by just two runs and had plenty of swings left. For every scoring chance they generated, though, the Seals made a play to snuff out the threat and Shik's emotion.  "They made the plays," said frustrated Braves coach Bobby Felmy several minutes after Selinsgrove ended the game with a 4-6-3 double play.  Ryan Wagner pitched seven solid innings and drove in a run, but the senior was also responsible for two of the momentum-shifting defensive plays in the Seals' 4-2 win.


April 20, 2012

Seals make up for lost ground


There’s not much to the high school baseball season, when you really think about it.

Teams have less than two months to play 20 times and qualify for the postseason.

That’s two fewer opportunities to win than in basketball season, and, given the inevitable rainouts (or nightmarish weather that was Spring 2011), even less time to do it.


'Seal'-ing the deal

Kibe’s gem lifts Huskies over Selinsgrove

April 20, 2012
DEREK MAJOR - Sentinel sports reporter ( , Lewistown Sentinel

LEWISTOWN - The Mifflin County baseball team got a stunning performance from Tanner Kibe in a quick and efficient pitchers' duel on Thursday against Selinsgrove as the Huskies took the win 3-1.

In a game that took less than two hours, Kibe and Selinsgrove pitcher Ryan Wagner both went the distance for their teams, worked fast and threw plenty of strikes making some innings seem more like a commercial break.


April 17, 2012

Daily Sports Roundup: Danville and Selinsgrove generate baseball excitement

So we picked some first day to start this new sports adventure of ours.

First, we kept getting constant texts from Scott Dudinskie at the Danville-Selinsgrove baseball game on Monday afternoon. That typically means one of two things: Either he’s really bored or he’s really excited.


April 16, 2012

Red-hot Seals batter Ironmen for 22 runs

DANVILLE -- It was the bottom of the sixth inning Monday when Danville loaded the bases and prompted Brent Beiler to grab a warm-up ball and a reliever to get loose with it.

Selinsgrove's coach was overcome by the feeling that he might soon have to make a pitching change to protect the Seals' lead. Never mind that the lead was 11 runs strong at the time.


April 13, 2012

HS Roundup: Seals rally past Mifflinburg in seventh

By The Daily Item


SELINSGROVE -- After Mifflinburg fought hard to tie the game in the top of the seventh inning, Selinsgrove would break the tie on Aiden Greak's RBI single for a much-needed 7-6 victory in Heartland Athletic Conference action on Friday.


Selinsgrove 5, Midd-West 1

SELINSGROVE -- Colton Brouse pitched a complete game and Eric Elliot's three-run homer in the third inning gave the Seals all the runs they would need in the Heartland Athletic Conference Division I victory.

Despite the cold, rainy weather, Brouse was able to go the distance, allowing just four hits, while striking out two.

"He did a heck of a job, really kept his pitch count which allowed us to stay with him," said Seals' coach Brent Beiler.


April 9, 2012

Seals hold off Eagles for first win

SELINSGROVE — Selinsgrove picked up its first win on Monday as pitchers Justin Keiser, Alex Moyer and Ryan Wager worked out of jams all game in a non-league victory over Line Mountain.

All day, Line Mountain had juiced the bases, threatening to topple the crafty Selinsgrove pitcher on an ultra-windy Monday afternoon. Keiser was never fazed, seemingly thriving on danger as he hurled the Seals to a 5-1 win against the visiting Eagles.


Rothrock's arm preserves home-opening win for Warriors

April 4, 2012
By CHRIS MASSE ( , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

In addition to earning the save by pitching two innings of hitless relief, Montoursville sophomore Alec Rothrock also made the game's pivotal play, throwing out Brett Eyster from right field in the fourth inning. Two innings after that, Rothrock took a knee to the face while diving back to third base, but nothing slowed him.

And on a day when he went hitless, Rothrock still might have been the game's most valuable player as his defense and pitching helped key a 9-3 home-opening win over Selinsgrove at Giles Field on Wednesday.


Milton surges past Seals for first win

by Josh Funk
Tuesday, April 3, 2012 8:47 AM CDT

MILTON — In the game of baseball, a short memory is incredibly important.

And that was what first-year head coach Chace Phillips stressed to his Black Panthers in the middle of the fifth inning during a team huddle on the third base line.


March 30, 2012

Braves blank Seals to remain unbeaten

SELINSGROVE — Shikellamy scored eight times in its first two at-bats on Friday night, more than enough for starter Jack Snyder in an 9-0 Heartland Athetic Conference Division win over its crossriver rival Selinsgrove.


Bulldogs overcome miscues in field, beat Selinsgrove

March 28, 2012
By BILL ALBRIGHT (For The Sun-Gazette) , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

JERSEY SHORE - When a team is guilty of committing four errors in a baseball game, many times that team winds up losing. Jersey Shore avoided that trend on Wednesday afternoon as the Bulldogs overcame four errors and edged Selinsgrove, 4-3, in a key early-season HAC-I contest.

"It was a good way to get a win and the biggest thing for us is that there were a lot of learning experiences we can take from this," said Shore coach Matt O'Brien. "I am certainly glad to be on this (winning) side of it to get the victory and move on from here."  more...


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