Penn State coach resigns
STATE COLLEGE – Penn State baseball coach Robbie Wine resigned on Tuesday.
“I have decided to step down as the Penn State head baseball coach to pursue other opportunities in the sport of baseball,” Wine said. “I am excited to start a new chapter in my life and look forward to what lies ahead. My experience at Penn State has made me a better coach and person.”
Wine coached the Lions since 2005 and ended his career with a 228-261 overall record. In Big Ten conference play, Wine tallied a 111-135 record.
He helped the Lions reach the Big Ten tournament four times, two of those four were in 2011 and 2012.
Penn State Athletic Director Dave Joyner said the search for Wine’s successor will begin immediately.
Ebensburg slips past Patton
EBENSBURG – Ebensburg pitcher Troy Templeton scratched out a
1-0 win Tuesday night in the Cambria County Legion.
Patton pitcher Andrew Brawley took the loss.
Brawley gave up the lone run after walking the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh. Luke Galko scored the run. Caleb Palko had two hits.
Ebensburg improved to 6-4 and Patton fell to 8-2.
Johnston downs Ophthalmic
Justin Taylor hit a two-run home run as Johnston Realty trumped Ophthalmic Associates
7-2 Tuesday night in an interleague game at Roxbury Park.
Jake Weibley and Brandon Myers both doubled for Johnston Realty.
Dylan Corl had two hits and Justin Donaldson doubled for Ophthalmic Associates.
Martella’s blanks Ophthalmic
Rylan Schnably struck out seven in a complete-game, three-hit shutout as Martella’s Pharmacy beat Ophthalmic Associates 4-0 in Monday’s late game at Roxbury Park.
Pat Gully went 2-for-3 with one run batted in. Dillon Boyer doubled and scored twice. Sam Barbera doubled, scored once and drove in a run.
Kochasic tosses three-hit upset
In Tuesday’s late game at Point Stadium, Laurel Auto Group pitcher Matt Kochasic tossed a three-hitter in a 6-3 upset of league-leader Delweld.
Joe Fearer and Ben Webb each went 2-for-3, and Zac Heide went 2-for-4 for Laurel. Delweld’s Ian Helsel, Josh Staniscia and Drew Hemminger had their team’s only hits.
Zach Zimmerman pitched the seventh inning for Laurel Auto Group and recorded the save.