West Middlesex 12, Mercer 2
West Middlesex won back-to-back age group district titles with the victory on Thursday.
Marshall Murray went 3 1/2 innings, allowing three hits, while fanning four. Bradon Gentile went 1» frames of no-hit pitching, whiffing two.
Jimmy Amon, Kyle Ricketts and Dylan Hetrick pitched for Mercer.
Leading the winners at the plate were: Chase Staunch a triple and single; Cameron Prebble a triple; Gentile four singles; Murray and Cade Francis two singles each; Jace Burger and Scotty Kimmel singles.
For Mercer, Amon rapped a double and Josh Womboldt and Brian Shevits singles.
Hermitage 6, Mercer 2
Anthony Nardone earned the win, fanning 10 in five innings on Wednesday.
Ryan Laverty got the save, whiffing a pair. Nardone aided his effort with a two-run homer in the third and Tyler Cannon went deep on the next pitch for a 3-0 lead.
In the fifth, Mercer tallied a pair on a double by Sam Garner and a single by Jerimiah Robertson, while Hermitage scored three in the home half on three walks and a Cannon single.
Isaac Adams suffered the mound loss, striking out six. Garner and Robertson also pitched. Garner had two doubles and a single, while Brayten Edwards singled.
Grove City 11, Reynolds 4
Matt Gordon hurled the victory, while Gordon and Dustin Maine each rapped a double and single to lead the hitting.
Grove City 12, Greenville 2
Marcus DePeal was the winning pitcher, while the hitting was led by Jared Sample with a triple and single, Gordon a double and Jack Cline a single.
West Middlesex 9, Mercer 1
The winners tallied seven runs in the first inning Thursday and never looked back. Trey Staunch, Aaron Webb, Riley Atterholt and Long shared mound duties for the winners. Thorn and Glass pitched for Mercer. Christian Porterfield homered, while Chaz Burger doubled and Hubert and Colella had two singles each. Guiler and Blose had singles for Mercer.
Sharpsville 10, Mercer 3
Tanner Morris picked up the mound win on Tuesday, while Nate Guiler took the loss.
Leading the winners at the plate were: Morris a double and two singles; Jalen Mocabee three singles; Jack Bulick, P.J. Campoli and Jake Llewellyn two singles each.
For Mercer, Landen Glass, Ryan Thorn, Cody Blose and Tim Dunham each singled.
Lakeview 10, Sharon 9
Sharon plated two runs in the bottom of the final frame on Thursday but Lakeview held off the rally.
Jared Damko and Zack Bigley pitched for Lakeview. They combined on four strikeouts, six walks and gave up eight hits.
At the plate for Lakeview, Bigley ripped two doubles, Jake Heim doubled and had three singles, Shane Ryder had a two-bagger, Logan Snyder, Damko, Brandon Persch and Blake Reddick all collected two singles.