At Dover, Northeastern exploded for seven runs in its final at bat to pull out an 11-6 comeback win in American Legion baseball on Wednesday night.
The visitors, who trailed 6-4 entering the seventh inning, sent 10 men to the plate in the deciding frame.
Five players delivered hits with Josh Writer's two-run triple being the key blow.
Jesse Sargen slugged a three-run homer over the right-field fence for the winners in the fourth inning, and Jordan Ely supplied two hits to the cause.
Grant Hoover had two hits and two RBIs for Dover. Eric Richards, who pitched 22/3 innings of scoreless relief, earned the victory.
OTHER LEGION BASEBALL
SHILOH 7, DILLSBURG 5: At Northern, the visitors led 7-0 entering the bottom of the seventh and hung on for the victory. Carson Fries led the Shiloh offense with several hits, including a double, while teammates Ryan Dellinger, Cole Bixler, Chase James and Brock Gladfelter added multiple hits. Shiloh starting pitcher Clayton Horvath notched the victory on the mound.
DALLASTOWN 9, SUBURBAN YORK 1: At Dallastown, the home team jumped out to a 7-0 lead at the end of the first inning and never looked back. Micah Streibig led the offense for the home team by going 2-3, including a triple with four RBIs. Teammates Matt Attig went 2-4 with an RBI, while pitchers Cyrus Tome and Tyler Fisher combined to throw a four-hitter. For Suburban York, Matt Butler went 1-1 with a double, while teammate Jake Kitting went 1-2, including a double and scored the lone run.
OTHER GAMES: In other American Legion games, Spring Grove nipped New Oxford, 1-0, Glen Rock ripped Hanover, 11-1, and South Western routed Bermudian Springs, 13-2. No other details were available on those games.