Saturday's action from around the Philadelphia region

A look around the Philadelphia baseball scene
Patrick Hohlfeld tossed seven scoreless innings for Jefferson and surrendered just four hits in a 1-0 loss to Glenville State. Reliever Brett Chupka coughed up the game-winning blast in the eighth inning to the first batter he faced. Ryan Coyle and Efrain Santiago collected the Rams' two hits in the contest.

Other scores
Glenville State 6, Jefferson 5 (9 inn.): Ryan Sawyer hit a solo shot for the Rams while Dylan Rees and CJ Goodz each collected three hits apiece in the loss. Goodz also drove in three runs. Jem Cisco collected seven strikeouts over three scoreless innings in relief.

Marymount 9, Cairn 0: The Highlanders were limited to three hits in the loss. Carson Conradt surrendered six runs over four innings in the loss. He also walked four and gave up six hits.

Marymount 4, Cairn 1: The Highlanders were no-hit in the nightcap, with Josh Melchior scoring the lone run after reaching base via a walk in the opening frame, stealing second base, moving to third on a wild pitch, and ultimately scoring on a balk call.

Salisbury 19, Gwynedd Mercy 1: Salisbury jumped on hurler Brian Wildrick early, scoring runs in each of the first three frames of the contest. He surrendered four runs (two earned) over six innings. He collected three strikeouts. JT Brasler finished 2-for-4 in the losing effort.

Gallaudet 22, Valley Forge 6: No details available.

Gallaudet 22, Valley Forge 5: No details available.

Bridgewater 8, Arcadia 5: Alex Madera, Ryan Smolen and Zak Thomas each had two hits with one RBI to lead the Knights offense. Hunter Curley took the loss, allowing four runs - two earned - over 3 1/3 innings.
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BY PATRICK GORDON
Managing Editor
pgordon@philadelphiabaseballreview.com

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