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Edgewood beats Perryville Monday with walk-off hit by Vonakis; North Harford loses shot at division crown

The Edgewood Rams scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning Monday to beat visiting Perryville, 4-3, in an UCBAC Susquehanna Division baseball game.

The Rams (5-7 league, 7-9 overall) scored single runs in both of their first two at bats, but Perryville (4-6, 4-7) answered with three runs in the fifth.


Edgewood also scored its third run in the fifth, before winning the game in its final at bat. George Vonakis delivered the big hit, driving in Myron Williams with the fourth and winning run.

Dennis Stepp and Nick Logue each hit doubles for Edgewood. Logue also pitched a complete game for the win, allowing just four hits.


Hawks knocked out

North Harford (7-5, 12-6) was eliminated from the Chesapeake Division title race Monday, losing at Rising Sun (8-4, 11-4), 9-3. Details were not provided.

The win tied Rising Sun with Fallston (8-4, 9-7) for the Chesapeake title.

The two teams split their two regular season division games, but results from games against common opponents outside of the division, will give Rising Sun the championship. The Tigers posted one-run wins over both Elkton and Bo Manor, while Fallston suffered one-run losses against both schools.

Bobcats blank Hawks

Bel Air (7-5, 9-7) hurt the North Harford Hawks on Friday, winning their Chesapeake game, 6-0.

It was senior day at Bel Air, but it was junior Jack Jenkens who took the mound and went fiveinnings to get the win. Jenkens scattered four hits, while striking out three and walking two. Sophomore Zach Radcliffe came on topitch the last two innings for Bel Air. Radcliffe allowed no hits with a walk.

Bel Air pitching was aided by excellent catches by outfielders Liam Bowers andMicah-Hunter Goskie, while the Bel Air infield also turnedtwo double plays.


For Bel Air offensively, seniorJ.D. Bruck led the way with two hits, two RBIs and a run scored. Bowerswent 2-for-4 and Jackson Struve went 1-for-2 with a run scored. Jenkens went for 1-for-3.

North Harford's Sean Bowling was tagged with the loss.Nick Fordled the Hawks offense, going 2-for-3, and Luke Johnson went 1-for-3 with a double.

Huskies beat Tigers

Patterson Mill (5-7, 11-7) did both Fallston and North Harford a favor Friday, beating visiting Rising Sun, 3-2.

The Huskies let a 2-1 lead slip away in the top of the seventh inning, but came back with a run of their own in the bottom of the inning to win.

In the bottom of the seventh, Tigers ace Cole Benjamin came on in relief and walked Kyle Goudy. He then walked Matt Sprouse.


Billy Benson, who led the Huskies with three hits, struck out. With Jeff Noss batting, both runners moved up to second and third on a wild pitch.

The Tigers then intentionally walked Noss to load the bases. Benjamin struck out Max Elliott for the second out, but Nick Cress worked the count to 3-2 and then walked to end the game.

Mustangs beat Cobras

C. Milton Wright (5-8, 7-9) pitcher Tyler Hickey pitched a complete game, scattering four hits and striking out 11 in the Mustangs 3-0 Chesapeake victory over visiting Harford Tech (3-10, 6-10), Friday afternoon.

Offensively for the Mustangs, Mike Nolte delivered a triple, driving in Andrew Schatz with the first run in the first inning.

Tom Chiascione led the Mustangs at the plate, going 2-for-3, while Shane Spurlock and Andrew Schatz were both 1-for-3.


"Tyler pitched a gem for us today and defense was solid with some timely hitting is just what we needed," Mustangs head coach Joe Stetka said.

Cougars edge Huskies

The Fallston Cougars continued to hang around at the top of the UCBAC Chesapeake Division baseball standings.

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The Cougars (8-4 league, 9-7 overall) defeated visiting Patterson Mill (4-7, 10-7), 8-1, Thursday in league play.

Harrison Schumaker tossed a complete game, allowing four hits and one unearned run, while striking out four. He also walked a batter.

Brendan Weinhold got things started for the Cougars in the bottom of the first, lacing a two-run double down the left field line. Mac Nelson added a two-run double in the bottom of the second to put Fallston ahead 4-0. Nelson finished the day 2-for-4 with the double and four RBIs


Jared Perry continued to be a spark at the top of the lineup, going 3-for-4 with three runs scored and he also stole his seventh bag of the year. Collin Gay finished the day 1-for-3 and scored twice for Fallston.

Billy Benson had two hits (double) for Patterson Mill. He also took the loss on the mound for the Huskies.

Other score

Joppatowne (0-12, 0-13) is still winless after an 11-0 Susquehanna Division loss at Elkton on Thursday.