Bishop McCort 7, Williamsburg 4
ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — A controversial obstruction call in the bottom of the fifth led to go-ahead run in Bishop McCort’s 7-4 win over Williamsburg Saturday morning in the District 6, 1A Championship.

McCort trailed 4-3 through the middle part of the matchup until a Joe McGowan single changes the momentum of the game. With runners on, McGowan’s hit brought the game-tying run home, but the umpires ruled a collision with a second runner and third basemen was obstruction. That led to the go-ahead run.

McGowan earns 2 RBI on the hit, and is the only Crusher to finish with multiple RBI in the game.

The District Title was Bishop McCort’s ninth all-time. Both teams advance to the PIAA State baseball tournament.

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Mount Union 12, Portage 3
ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — Unbeaten Portage baseball was not ready for the onslaught of hits Mount Union brought its way Saturday in the 2A district championship game, a 12-3 win for the Trojans.

Mount Union recorded 14 hits in the win, and blew open the game with an 8-run 6th inning. Dayvon Wilson led all batters with 4 RBI in the game. Trojans’ starter Ryan Scott struck out 8 batters in 4.1 IP.

With the win, Mount Union moves to 21-2.

State College 0, Altoona 10
ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Altoona Mountain Lions put up ten runs, while holding the State College Little Lions scoreless to win the District 6, 6A Championship.

This game was scoreless until the bottom of the fourth, and Altoona didn’t look back.

Altoona will play McDowell on Thursday at Mount Aloysius.

Penns Valley 1, Central 7

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Central Dragons stay undefeated on the season, beating the Penns Valley Rams 7-1 in the District 6, 3A Championship.

The Dragons had nine hits, and senior Jonah Snowberger lead the team with four RBIs.

Penns Valley’s lone run came in the third inning, and is just the 31st run Central has allowed this season.