The C. Milton Wright baseball team picked up a Chesapeake (upper) Division victory Wednesday, knocking off the Patterson Mill Huskies, 7-1.
With the game still scoreless after three innings, CMW got hot in the fourth, rallying for four runs, then three more in the seventh. The Huskies scored their lone run during their final at-bat.
Steve Rappe tossed a gem for the Mustangs, allowing just two hits and striking out seven Huskies in a complete-game effort.
Brooks Klecan went 3-for-4 in the victory, while teammate Nick Testa went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs. CMW's Grant Caspero went 2-for-2.
Patterson Mill's Matt Golczewski tossed three innings in the loss, striking out six, walking four and allowing four earned runs.
Tech tops Tigers
Playing on the road Wednesday, Harford Tech's Cobras dropped Rising Sun, 9-3.
Jeremy Brown led the Cobras, going 3-for-4 with two double and three RBIs.
Jacob Bright helped out with a pair of singles and a double in five trips to the plate, while Nick Waite wrapped up 2-for-3 with two walks. Travis Hash and Ryan Horseman both belted a pair of hits in the victory.
On the mound for Harford Tech, Waite tossed six innings, holding the Tigers to two runs on six hits, striking out two and issuing only one walk. Noah Davis hurled a hitless inning of relief in the seventh to close out the contest.
Harford Tech trailed Rising Sun, 3-2, after four innings, but the Cobras pushed three across in the fifth and scored four more in the sixth.
Fallston pummels North East
The Fallston Cougars won a contest Wednesday shortened by the 10-run mercy rule, pounding the host-team North East Indians, 16-4.
Down 3-0 after a North East rally in the bottom of the first, the Cougars responded with six runs in the top of the second, then came through with a five-run outburst in the fourth. Fallston sealed up the victory with another five-run showing in the fifth inning, while North East scored one more time in its final at bat.
Josh Walker led the way for Fallston at the plate, going 3-for-4 with four RBIs, while teammate Brent Kelly went 2-for-3 with a triple and drove in four runs. Austin Rutkowski went 3-for-5 with a double and three runs in the victory. Mike Morais and Andrew Benjes each belted out one double for the Cougars.
Cougar hurler John Hetterman racked up 10 strikeouts, didn't issue a walk and held North East to three earned runs to earn the win.
Eagles top Rams
Aberdeen overcame a slow start and a late deficit in its Wednesday game with visiting Edgewood, scoring three times in the bottom of the seventh to top the Rams, 4-3.
The Eagles went up 1-0 in the third inning, but watched that lead slip away as Edgewood scored twice in the fourth and then struck again for one run the following inning.
Trae Fenner was 1-for-4 with two RBIs and one run in the victory, while teammate Dan Fama went 1-for-2 with one RBI. Zach Litsch, Virgil Kennedy and Brenton Barnes all scored once for the Eagles, while Andrew Johnson picked up one RBI. Barnes led the Eagles, who were issued nine free passes in all, with three walks.