The offensive onslaught by North Harford was led by Mill Heinze, King and Bobby Duffy, all driving in runs in the inning.
Heinze led North Harford’s offense, going 3-3 with six RBIs. Heinze drove in runs on a single in the third, a home run in the sixth and a double in the sixth.
Mitchell Wittkamp got the win for North Harford. He lasted five innings, allowing ten hits and five runs, while striking out two. Jackson Stockstill threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen, recording the last three outs to earn the save.
North Harford belted a pair of home runs in the sixth inning. Duffy and Heinze each delivering the long ball
North Harford tallied 15 hits in the game. Mike Mills (four hits), Heinze, King, Duffy and Luke Kelly all had multiple hits for North Harford. Brian Hauer added three stolen bases.
Siedlecki started on the hill and threw two and third innings, allowing one earned run.
Austin Keen gave up one run in an inning and a third, while Feathers and Langbein combined for the final three scoreless innings. Feathers got the win, Langbein the save.
The Eagles will play at Kenwood on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Huskies alive in 1A East
Patterson Mill (11-7) moved on with an 4-1 win over visiting Kent County.
The Huskies scored two runs in the second inning and two more in the sixth, while Kent plated its lone run in the fifth.
An attempt to throw behind the runner at third in the second inning allowed Nathan Vujanic to score the first run when the ball hit him and went into left field. Caleb Heymann doubled in Rey Gutierrez later in the inning.
Kent cut the lead in half in the fifth with two singles and a fielder’s choice.
In the sixth, Vujanic singled to lead off the inning and Mike Segreti bunt singled to put runners at first and second.
Gutierrez bunted both runners over and Peyton Celuch squeezed Vujanic in and Segreti also came around to score from second on the play to give the Huskies two insurance runs and the 4-1 lead.
Christian Shertzer pitched a terrific game, needing just 82 pitches for the complete game win. He allowed three hits, a walk and a earned run, while striking out five.
The Huskies have a tough task ahead of them, visiting unbeaten Colonial Richardson (19-0) on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Warriors, Mariners out
Both Havre de Grace (5-12) and Joppatowne (0-11) saw their seasons end with 1A East losses in Cecil County.
The Warriors fell 18-1 at Perryville (12-6) and the Mariners lost 14-0 at Bo Manor (14-4).
Perryville took control of the game with Havre de Grace with a 12-run, second inning.
John Carroll (14-10) scored seven runs in the first inning en route to am 9-3 MIAA A conference win at St. Mary’s.
Sean Fasano (two RBIs), John Galant, Tyler Blittersdorf (double), Tyler Lech (double), Charles Hafer (double) and Gavin Wingard all had two hits apiece in the win.