For the second straight day, the Irvine Valley baseball team got a dominant performance on the mound.
Reynolds went the distance, striking out 10 batters and giving up just a run on seven hits in IVC's 2-1 victory over Compton at home.
Compton scored its run in the top of the ninth and had the tying run on second base, but Reynolds struck out Ivan Navarro to end the game.
Reynolds traded zeros with Compton starting pitcher CJ Soto. Soto went seven innings and allowed gave up no runs on five hits and two walks.
Irvine Valley pushed two runs across in the bottom of the eighth inning against Compton reliever Michael Miranda.
And then freshman catcher Ryan Gaynor came up with the hit of the game.
He battled back from an 0-2 count to 2-2 and then singled up the middle to drive in Joy.
IVC scored another run on a Compton error.
Reynolds did the rest, shutting the door in the ninth inning.
The win was Irvine Valley's fourth in a row and improved the team's record to 5-3 overall.
Compton, who got two hits and one RBI from Adrian Poot and two hits from Julian Perez, saw its record fall to 3-4.
Irvine Valley plays again on Saturday at home at 2 pm. The game was scheduled to be at West LA, but moved to IVC because of field conditions.