Central York plated four runs in the top of the seventh inning to storm back for a 6-5 victory over Eastern York on Tuesday afternoon in Wrightsville.

The Golden Knights jumped out to a 5-1 lead after three innings, but couldn't hold on for the non-league win. Central got its first win of the year. Both teams now stand at 1-5.

Walker Monteith threw four scoreless innings of three-hit relief to get the win. He struck out five and walked one. He also belted a double.

Conner St. Pierre had three hits for the winners, while Zane Knaub added two hits, including a triple. Dan Sepic doubled for the Panthers.

Michael Dunn slugged three hits for Eastern, including a triple.

OTHER BASEBALL

SPRING GROVE 19, DOVER 9: At Dover, the Rockets trailed 6-2 after the first inning, but plated eight runs in the top of the second to take the lead for good in the five-inning, mercy-rule game. Brandon Warner led the Rockets, going 3-for-5 with five RBIs. Will Maughlin (3-for-3, four RBIs), Dalton Hoiles (2-for-2, two-run triple), Colby Murphy (2-for-4, four runs scored, two stolen bases) and Levi Krause (four runs scored) also excelled for the Rockets. For the Eagles, Brady Hilbert (2-for-3) and Jordan Wynegar (2-for-3, two RBIs) led the way. Spring Grove improved to 4-0 in York-Adams Division I and 6-1 overall.


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NORTHEASTERN 5, SHIPPENSBURG 4 (9 IN NINGS): At Shippensburg, in the top of the ninth, Nick Sprenkle used a squeeze bunt to bring home Trae Beyer from third for the eventual game-winning run. Nick Yinger (3-for-5, double, three RBIs), Jesse Sargen (double, triple, two runs scored) and freshman Cody Reeser (2-for-4) led the Bobcats' offense. Reeser also started the game on the mound and threw five-plus innings, striking out five and retiring 11 hitters in a row in a no-decision.

KENNARD-DALE 11, WEST YORK 1: At Fawn Grove, Matt Belt threw a no-hitter, striking out 10 while walking seven. The game ended after six innings because of the mercy rule. Belt also doubled at the plate. K-D's offense produced three three-run innings. Dan Hare had two doubles for the winners, while Jason Cooper and Mike Miller each doubled once.