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Andrew Armstrong delivered another stellar performance, tossing three hitless frames and fanning four to lead the Philly Fightin' Quakers to a 5-1 victory over the Philly Mummers on Monday night at Gwynedd Mercy University. 
The win brings the Fightin' Quakers back to .500, leveling their record at 6-6 and moving them into third place with five games left in the regular season.
Tyler Tucker spearheaded the Quakers' offense, collecting two hits and driving in two runs. Matt Mays was solid in relief, contributing three scoreless innings.
The Mummers managed their lone run of the night in the seventh inning when R.J. Agriss broke up a no-hitter with a one-out double.
Looking ahead, the Fightin' Quakers will face Rake on Tuesday, while the Mummers (5-8) will clash with the division-leading Bucks County Ghost (8-4).
In other Monday action, the Ghost rode a four-run fifth inning and stellar pitching from starter Alex Jenkinson to secure a 6-2 win over the Philly Bandits at Council Rock North High School. Jenkinson was dominant, allowing one run on two hits over four innings, walking one and striking out seven.
The Bandits got on the board first with a Kodi Destins RBI single in the opening frame. Bucks countered in the second, with Nick Digiacamo scoring on a wild pitch to even the score. Will Scibona then delivered a key two-run single during a four-run fifth inning for the Ghost, securing the win.
Robert Buckley managed two hits in the loss for the Bandits, who now sit 1 1/2 games behind Bucks for first place. The Ghost will face the Mummers on Tuesday, while the Bandits return to action on Wednesday against Rake.
1. Bucks County Ghost (8-4)
2. Philly Bandits (6-5-1) - 1.5 GB
3. Philly Fightin' Quakers (6-6) - 2 GB
4. Rake (3-5-1) - 3 GB
5.. Philly Mummers (5-8) - 3.5 GB

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