BASEBALL: Northeastern's Kody Reeser fans 14 vs. Dover
A dominant pitching performance from Kody Reeser led the Northeastern baseball team to a 2-1 victory at Dover on Monday afternoon.
Reeser got the win, throwing six-plus innings, striking out 14 and walking five. He also doubled and scored a run in a two-run fourth inning.
Northeastern's Mason Kling went 2 for 3, while Brayton Bare singled in a run and Drew Wolfgang hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly, scoring Reeser.
For the Eagles, Zach Altland went 2 for 3, including a double, with one run scored, while pitcher Wil Fetrow threw a complete game, striking out two and walking one.
Northeastern improved to 4-3 overall and 2-2 in York-Adams Division II. Dover is 1-5 overall and 1-4 in the division.
Susquehannock 4, Eastern York 3 (12 innings): At Wrightsville, the Warriors broke through in the top of the 12th with the winning run, downing the Golden Knights on the road to earn the victory. Connor Hood earned the win for Susquehannock, entering in the seventh inning and going the rest of the way. In six innings, he struck out seven and allowed two hits. Eastern starter Colby Shimmel threw the first seven innings, striking out 15 batters in the no-decision result. Michael Summers had five hits for the winners, while Hood added three hits. Shimmel and Bren Taylor each had three hits for Eastern.
Cumberland Valley 10, Red Lion 2: At Red Lion, the Lions suffered their first loss of the year behind a six-run top of the sixth by the Eagles. Patrick Daugherty hit a double and a triple for Red Lion in the loss. Starting pitcher Wyatt Tyson suffered the loss, lasting five innings and recording five strikeouts and allowing three runs.
West York 7, Kennard-Dale 5: At Fawn Grove, the Bulldogs scored in five of seven innings to knock off the Rams. Zach Gettys earned the win for West York, going six innings, while Tyler Seiffert picked up the save. Seiffert also hit a home run for the Bulldogs. Joey Thomas and Garrett Lowe both hit doubles for K-D, while Ben Lowe roped a triple.
York Tech 5, Steel-High 3: At Spry, Luke Greisler led the Spartans to the non-league victory by striking out 13 and walking none to pick up the complete-game victory on the mound.