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Knights complete season sweep over Undines

Onward and upward.

The Knights baseball team ended its season on a high note, giving them momentum as the team heads into the playoff Thursday.

In the final game of the Bellefonte Major League season, the Undines battled the “Yellow and Black”.

In the end, the Knights had its offense on full blast while its pitching trio of Cane Capperelle, Gavin Chalfa and Joey Swentosky combined for eight strike outs, no runs and four hits en route to the 12-0 victory.

Leading the way was leadoff hitter Cameron Lucas as he missed a cycle by just a home run, finishing with a triple, double and two singles while going 4-for-4. He scored four times and brought in three RBIs.

Chalfa had the bats working as well, finishing with a 3-for-3 effort and an RBI.

Swentosky, Amryn Carson and Lincoln Dubin followed with two hits each.

Others getting a hit were Madison Miller who also finished with a 3-RBI evening.

Brian Degranis and Henry St. Amant rounded out the Knights night at the plate with a hit.

Miller led the offense for the Undines as he ripped two hits on the night.

Others picking up hits for the Undines were Parker VonGunden, Wes Cooke and Comly.

The Knights got started in the bottom of the first when Cameron Lucas blasted a shot to right center that was inches away from going over the fence.

However, it hit the top of the fence and bounced back in for a triple.

His stint on base was short when Miller smoked an RBI double to take a 1-0 lead going into the second.

Offensively, the Knights were back at it again in the bottom of the second.

After keeping the Undines bats in check, the Knights would add to its lead as they plated four more runs.

Degranis started the rally with a rip into right field.

St. Amant put runners in scoring position as he doubled, putting runners on second and third.

Lucas brought in Degranis on a single to left.

Swentosky brought in St. Amant in a single into right.

Carson loaded the bases on a walk.

Madison Miller and Chalfa followed suit, picking up RBIs on consecutive walks, upping the lead to 5-0.

In the third, things continued to roll for the Knights adding two more runs, adding some breathing distance at 7-0.

After continuing to keep the Undines off the board, the Knights ended the game in the bottom of the fifth, ending it with a 5-run inning.

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