Sunday's Philly D3 action
Immaculata knocked off No. 22 Shenandoah on Sunday in the second game of a doubleheader, 9-1. Richard Fontanillas homered in the contest and drove in a pair. Isaiah Payton also homered and drove in five to pace the Macs. Gabe Hollenbach recorded the win, tossing 4 2/3 scoreless innings.

In Other Action
Shenandoah 14, Immaculata 13 (12 inn.)
Richard Fontanillas homered and drove in five in the losing effort. The Macs battled back after trailing 6-0 entering the fifth inning.

Muhlenberg 9, Neumann 1
Zach Ray finished 2-for-4 at the plate while Eric Jester contributed a double in the losing effort.

Muhlenberg 9, Neumann 2
The Knights collected just five hits in the contest. Michael Byrne took the loss, surrendering five earned runs over three innings.

Penn State-Abington 17, Guilford 3
Demetrius Deramus drove in four runs on four hits in the contest. Ryan McCarty homered, finished 3-for-4, drove in a pair, and tossed seven outstanding innings while surrendering one earned run.

Arcadia 1, Scranton 0
Jeremy Sabathne put up an outstanding performance, tossing 7 1/3 scoreless innings while scattering seven hits. He struck out seven and walked just one. Noah Cerrud-Osmer scored the lone run in the third on a pick-off play for the Knights.

Widener 3, St. Mary's 1
Kyle Brex finished 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs to lead the Pride to a victory. Greg Elfreth contributed a double. Dylan Peiffe tossed six solid innings, collecting eight strikeouts while surrendering one unearned run.

St. Mary's 8, Widener 7 (9 inn.)
Brandon Reis finished 2-for-5 with a pair of RBIs and Tommy McParland scored three times and homered in the losing effort.
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