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C. Milton Wright, Bel Air add non-league softball wins Monday

The Bel Air and C. Milton Wright softball teams were both winners in non-league play Monday, as both teams prepare for regional playoffs which likely will have them meeting for a third time this season.

Bel Air (14-3) won at Hereford, 6-5, as junior pitcher Rayn Gibson struck out 15. Gibson is six K's shy of 500 for her career.


Gibson also produced at the plate, collecting three hits, including a two-run double and two-run home run. Kayla Rieswig went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI single and Leah Lozzi had a two-run double.

Brianna Fleischmann added two doubles and Morgan Dvorak added a single.


CMW (15-3) won at home, beating Dulaney, 2-0, in a pitcher's duel won by Morghan Fulton, who tossed a three hitter.

Fulton also contributed offensively, doubling in a run, and Katie Murphy singled in the other run. Emily Kim finished with two hits.

Cougars pound Mariners

Fallston (9-5 league, 10-10 overall) closed its UCBAC Susquehanna Division with a win, 16-1, over visiting Joppatowne (0-10, 0-10) Monday.

Danielle Romberger and Lia Alexandrou led the Cougars, each hitting three-run home runs.

Mustangs beat Bulls

C. Milton Wright celebrated its seniors Saturday with a 14-4, five inning win over visiting Hereford.

The Mustangs scored 11 runs in the third inning, the most in an inning since 2009. Jenny Lynch highlighted the inning with a three-run home run, her first of the season.


Emily Luzetsky, 2-for-4, two runs and four RBIs, and Caroline Weimer, 3-for-4, one run and two RBIs, also had big days for the Mustangs.

Hawks blank Bobcats

The C. Milton Wright softball team won the UCBAC Chesapeake Division championship Friday without recording an out.

Bel Air, which needed wins in its final two games, failed to win the first at home Friday.

The Bobcats (8-3 league, 13-3 overall) were shut out by North Harford (5-6, 10-7), 4-0. CMW, which swept Bel Air this season and finished its league play at 9-3, clinched the title with Bel Air's loss.

The Hawks broke open a scoreless game in the sixth with three runs and added one more run in the seventh on three Bel Air errors. North Harford had just three hits off Bel Air starter and loser Rayn Gibson, but it was enough.


Alexis Lyttle, who pitched the win, hit a double for the Hawks' lone extra-base hit.

Brianna Fleischmann had three of Bel Air's six hits, two singles and a triple. Gibson added a single and triple and Katrina Thielhorn-Farr had a single, but the Bobcats could not find the plate.

Cobras edge Huskies

Harford Tech (10-2, 12-4) inched closer to the Susquehanna Division title Friday with a 4-3 win over visiting Patterson Mill (8-5, 9-7).

The Cobras scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to overcome an 3-2 deficit. Tori Siler led the way with two hits and two RBIs and Ashley Leavens had two hits and an RBI.

Lauren Rossi had two hits for Patterson Mill and Hailey Horton hwad a hit and two RBIs. Both pitchers, Horton for Patterson Mill and Kim Cook for Tech, allowed eight hits each and both struck out seven.


Tigers beat Warriors

Havre de Grace (2-10, 6-11) closed its Chesapeake season Friday with a 4-1 loss to visiting Rising Sun. Annelise Beer doubled in the Warriors only run in the first inning.

Beer also held the Tigers scoreless for four innings, before they scored twice in the fifth. The Tigers also added single runs in the sixth and seventh innings.

Kennan Glassman, Addie Richardson and Kateri Peters had singles for Havre de Grace.

Mustangs beat Eagles

Two softball teams playing Thursday to keep division title hopes alive met in Fountain Green, where C. Milton Wright hosted Bo Manor in an UCBAC Chesapeake Division game.


Emily Luzetsky's bat and Morghan Fulton's pitching carried the Mustangs (9-3 league, 13-3 overall) past the Eagles (7-4, 12-4), 8-2.

Luzetsky banged out three hits, highlighted by a three-run home run to right field, that put the final touches on the important win. Fulton, meanwhile, scattered seven hits and walked two, while striking out four.

The Mustangs jumped ahead in the first. Cat Kim singled, stole second and moved to third on an error. Emily Kim's groundout plated Cat.

Bo Manor scored both of its runs in the second, but not without confusion and delay. With runners at second and third and one away, Fulton got a ground ball back in the circle. Fulton threw to third, where the runner had strayed a bit too far toward home. The runner at second headed to third and slid in as Mustangs third baseman was trying to tag the runner who started on third. Lynch tagged both runners, now at third base, but no call was made and the runner from second got back up and ran back to second.

Lynch tried to throw her out, but the ball was not caught and the runner at third raced home with the run. Time was called and a lengthy conversation ensued between Mustangs head coach Russ Kovach and the umpires. When the verdict was finally delivered, the runner at second was declared out and the run stood.

The Eagles added their second run on a two-out RBI single.


CMW added its second run in the second as well. Kyralee Comeaux (two hits) scored on Cat Kim's two-out RBI single.

The Mustangs went ahead for good in the fourth. Comeaux and Luzetsky both singled and scored on Cat Kim's two-run single. Kim, who finished with three hits, scored the fifth run on Caroline Weimer's RBI groundout.

Luzetsky's big blast came in the sixth inning off Rachel Jones, the Bo Manor ace, who was pitching in relief. Jenny Lynch also had two hits for CMW.

Huskies blank Warriors

Patterson Mill (8-6) scored multiple runs in all fourat-bats last Wednesday to blank visiting Have de Grace (6-10), 11-0, in non-division play.

The Huskies biggest hitters were Becca Borowski, 2-for-3, two RBIs; Hailey Horton, 2-for-3, double, RBI; Brooke Bollinger, 1-for-2, two RBIs; Sam Denson, 1-for-2, three RBIs; Katie Williams, 3-for-3, RBI; and Lacey Breeden, 2-for-3, triple and RBI.

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Horton pitched all five innings for the win, allowing just two hits and two walks. She struck out six.

Kateri Peters and Olivia DuBois had hits for Havre de Grace.

Hawks beat Eagles

North Harford (9-7) beat visiting Harford Christian, 13-2, in non-league play.

Alexis Lyttle and Ada Heinze each hit a home run and Jocee Sevilla hit a triple.

Panthers beat Eagles


Aberdeen (6-8) lost at Perryville, 7-1, in non-league play. Panthers pitcher Emily Phillips limited the Eagles to three hits and two walks, while fanning 11.