Despite the fluctuating weather, baseball teams managed to get onto the diamond throughout last week.
Elk Lake rallied from a three-run deficit, with five runs in the sixth inning, to earn a non-league win over Wyalusing.
After a scoreless first three innings both teams scored in the fourth. The Warriors took a 2-1 lead in the fifth, but the Rams roughed up Elk Lake pitcher Kevin Valvano for four runs on three hits to lead, 5-2.
Elk Lake answered in the top of the sixth and never looked back to take the 9-5 victory.
Joe McAleer led the way with two hits, including a double and two RBIs. Nate Pettyjohn had two doubles and an RBI. Zach Grovesnor and Caden Ramey also had two hits each.
Christian Salsman earned the win on the hill holding Wyalusing to no runs on two hits over the final two innings.
Pettyjohn pitched four innings surrendering one hit and one run while walking and striking out three.
Valvano walked two and struck out two during his inning of work.
Montrose fell to Riverside 12-2 as Vikings pitcher Alex Jaworski limited the Meteors to two hits and Riverside pounded out seven hits and took advantage of several errors and walks.
Mason Dieck and Andrew Rapisardi had the lone hits for Montrose.
Ethan Hitchcock took the loss surrendering 10 runs on six hits over three innings. He also struck out three and walked five.
Rapisardi and Nick Warriner pitched the final inning and two-thirds each allowing a run.
Montrose also fell to Holy Cross as the Crusaders scored every inning to defeat the Meteors 12-8.
Warriner led the Meteor offensive attack doubling twice while picking up three hits and driving in two runs.
He also took the loss on the mound surrendering 10 runs on 11 hits while striking out two over two and two-thirds innings.
Conner Watkins pitched the final two and a third surrendering two runs on three hits while striking out four.
Michael Fanelli led the way with two hits as Mountain View evened its season record with a 7-5 win over Carbondale.
Fanelli doubled and had two RBIs as the Eagles jumped out early.
Mike DeWolfe added three hits while scoring once and driving in a run and Nathan Ofalt scored twice with two hits.
Ben Craven picked up the win on the mound three runs on four hits while striking out four over five innings. Tyler Henke surrendered one run on two hits in relief and DeWolfe pitched a scoreless seventh while striking out one.
Pinch hitter Dan McGee hit a single with two outs in the fifth to spoil Hanover’s Todd Kolbicka’s five-inning no hit bid as the Warriors fell 10-0.
McAleer took the loss after giving up seven runs on four hits in two and a third innings.