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Havre de Grace pummels North Harford 10-1 in Friday softball tilt

The Havre de Grace softball squad continued its offensive tear Friday afternoon, knocking off the host North Harford Hawks, 10-1.

In their last three games, the Warriors have beaten their opponents by a combined score of 31-3.

Havre de Grace hurler Megan Thompson tossed a complete game, holding the Hawks to four hits and striking out six without allowing an earned run to earn the win.

The Warriors' Taylor Smith led her team at the plate, going 3-for-4 with a solo home run, a double and three RBIs. Thompson helped her own cause by going 1-for-3 with a two-run homer, while Rebecca Ashman was 2-for-4.

Hunter Horbaugh scored once and poked a base hit for the Hawks, while Kristen Stiles also had a single.

Bel Air blasts Tech

The Bel Air Bobcats won on the road Friday, defeating Harford Tech, 8-1.

Bel Air's Kelsea Hilditch had the hot bat for Bel Air, going 3-for-4 with a double and a home run. Rayn Gibson had two singles and one RBI in the victory, while Rachel Lozzi ripped an RBI base hit. Morgan Dvorak belted an RBI double and a single for Bel Air.

Gibson tossed a complete game to earn the win.

Patterson Mill outlasts Edgewood

The Patterson Mill Huskies came out on top of a 27-run offensive barrage on Friday night, beating the visiting Edgewood Rams by a single tally, 14-13.

Tech wins by one

The Harford Tech Cobras took a softball win by the slimmest of margins Thursday, defeating host Rising Sun, 1-0.

Cobras' hurler Kim Cook was key in the victory, tossing a complete-game, three-hit shutout. Over seven innings Cook recorded six strikeouts.

Harford Tech's Ashley Leavens had the game's lone RBI, while Ally Venuto went 1-for-2 and scored the game's only run. Emily Wikane was 2-for-3 in the win and Cook went 1-for-2 with a walk at the plate.

Aberdeen slams Edgewood

The Aberdeen Eagles won their Route 40 road matchup with Edgewood on Thursday, 11-0.

Aberdeen pitcher Emily Nance went the distance, striking out eight in a complete-game shutout.

Victoria Phelps had four singles and racked up a season-best seven steals in the victory. Julia Sanders had three hits and four steals, while Sara Tyc had two hits and three stolen bases.

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