River Hill 13, Centennial 3 (6 innings)
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RH 203 035 13-14-1
C 100 200 3-10-5
Mt. Hebron 16, Marriotts Ridge 0
The duo of Evvie Buehlman and Maddie Bennett combined to pitch a no hitter, while the Vikings offense exploded for 18 hits and 16 runs en route to the runaway victory.
Mt. Hebron's bats scored 11 runs in the first two innings to set the tone. As a team, the Vikings produced nine extra-base hits, with Kathryn Diaz and Alli Bluhm each hitting two doubles. Freshman Rylee Kinsella hit her second home run of the season, with a two-run blast in the second inning.
Rachel Cadigan, Alex Stim, Molly Bishop, Sammi Cadigan and Anna Sutherland all had multi-hit games. Aaliyah Montague-Bass added a triple.
Allison Conde had the defensive play of the game for Mt. Hebron, making a great catch and turning a double play at first base.
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MH 380 41 16-18-0
MR 000 00 0-0-3
Reservoir 25, Wilde Lake 0
The Gators' Emily Wang pitched her second straight shut out in county play, striking out six along the way. The Reservoir offense did the rest, smacking 22 hits and scoring 25 runs. Hannah Pinion (2-4, triple, 5 RBI), Anna Bennett (double, 2 RBI), Caroline Winand (triple, 4 RBI), Maeline Yang (double, 3 RBI) and Illiana Jones were among the offensive standouts.
In the loss, Wilde Lake got its hits from Marissa Sciabarra, Faith Leslie and Erin Riggin.
123 45 R-H-E
Re 35(14) 03 25-22-1
WL 000 00 0-3-5
Chapelgate 13, Bryn Mawr 7
The Yellojackets scored at least one run in every inning to set the tone for the six-run win. Bethanne Venkatesan and Lydia Martin each had three hits for Chapelgate. Venkatesan pitched and struck out 14 batters.
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BRY302 010 17-5-2
CCA232 510 013-9-1