Wednesday's wet, cold weather put a damper on the softball schedule for half of the teams scheduled to play.

Four games were postponed, including the key UCBAC Chesapeake Division match between Bel Air and host Perryville. The game is reset for April 21.


Joppatowne's game at Elkton, North Harford's game versus Bo Manor and Harford Tech at Edgewood were also postponed.

Joppatowne's game has been rescheduled for Tuesday, as is the Tech-Edgewood game. North Harford's game will be played April 8.

In two games that were played, Aberdeen (1-2) earned its first win, 10-7, over visiting Fallston (0-3) in UCBAC Susquehanna Division play and Patterson Mill (1-2) was beaten by visiting North East, 14-4, in Susquehanna play. Stats were not provided for either game.

Three games were postponed, including the key Chesapeake Division match between Bel Air and host Perryville. The game is set for April 21.

Getting started a day later than scheduled didn't seem to bother the Bel Air softball team Tuesday.

Gibson leads Bobcats

Pitcher Rayn Gibson tossed a two-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts as the Bobcats blanked visiting Rising Sun, 10-0, in five innings of UCBAC Chesapeake Division action.

The Bobcats scored two in the first, four in the third, three in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Gibson aided her own cause at the plate, going 3-for-3, including a triple and three RBIs. Erin Pugh added two hits, a run scored and an RBI, while Leah Lozzi, doubled, tripled, was hit by pitch and scored three runs.

Gwen Markowski contributed an RBI triple and two runs scored; Brianna MacCubbin was 2-for-3 and Sarah Fleishmann hit a double.

Mustangs beat Cougars

C. Milton Wright also opened the season a day later and on the road, visiting Fallston in non-division play.

The Mustangs pounded out 17 hits and scored nearly as many runs in a 15-4 six inning win.

CMW jumped up early when Emily Luzetsky reached on a single and stole her first of three bases on the day.Luzetsky was sacrificed to third by Cat Kim and driven in on the first of Caroline Weimer's two doubles. Quinn Ursprung and Emily Kim added RBIs in the inning.


Ivey Wagner scored for Fallston (0-2) in the first inning on Maggie Deckelman's RBI single.

The Mustangs scored two more in the second, looking to pull away, but Fallston had other ideas in the third when Ivey Wagner was aboard and scored on Elise Callahan's two-run, home-run to right field.

Anna Wagner added the Cougars final run in the fifth, reaching on a single and stealing her way to third, before scoring.

The Mustangs plated five runs in each of the fifth and sixth innings, enough to shorten the game to six innings. Highlighting the scoring, Weimer had her second double of the day, Ursprung added one of her own, and freshman shortstop Emily Kim delivered her own RBI double as well.

Morghan Fulton earned the win for CMW, while Allisyn Evans took the loss.

Warriors beat Eagles

Havre de Grace (1-1) picked up its first victory Tuesday, beating host Aberdeen, 6-5, in non-division play.

The Warriors overcame two deficits in the game to earn the win.

Kateri Peters banged out two hits (double, run) and drove in two runs. Hailey Emerson and Kaysha Davis (one run) also had two hits each. Olivia DuBois added an RBI and Samara White, Annelise Beer, Addie Richardson and Sara Crawford scored runs.

Krista Jamison earned the win, throwing five innings, striking out seven, walking one, allowing eight hits and five runs. Beer had the save, tossing two innings of hitless, scoreless relief.

Hawks blank Huskies

North Harford (1-0) posted its first win at home, blanking Patterson Mill, 5-0, in non-division play.

The Hawks scored four times in the first inning and then added another in the third.

Hunter Harbaugh and Alexis Lyttle each hit doubles to pace the Hawks offense.

Alexis Lyttle had four strikeouts and Krista Hiser had one in a combined effort.

Becca Borowski was 2-for-3 and Sam Denson 1-for-3 to lead Patterson Mill (1-1).

Hailey Horton suffered the loss, allowing six hits and five runs. She struck out five and walked three.