Patterson Mill chalks up another victory on the baseball diamond

The Patterson Mill Huskies (10-1) won another game on the baseball diamond Tuesday, beating host Aberdeen (3-6), 17-2, in five innings of non-division play at Cal Sr.'s Field.

Both teams scored twice in the first before the Huskies blew the game open with seven in the third. The Huskies also scored five in the fourth and one more in the fifth.


Steve Spencer pitched three innings for the win, allowing a hit, a walk and striking out five.

Leading the Huskies offense were Dan Buzminsky, 1-for-2, three RBIs; Max Elliott, 2-for-3, triple, RBI, two runs; Spencer, 2-for-2, two runs, two RBIs; Nick Salerno, 1-for-4, three runs, two RBIs; Cooper Mattheu, 1-for-1, double, run, RBI; and Alec Michaels, 2-for-2 and RBI.

Ryan Feathers was 2-for-2 with a double and RBI to lead Aberdeen and Christian Melendez was 1-for-2 with an RBI.

Hawks edge Cougars

North Harford (2-4, 6-6) edged host Fallston (3-3, 7-3), 11-10, Tuesday in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play.

Both teams scored in multiple innings and with the score knotted at 10, the Hawks pushed the winning run across in the top of the seventh.

Seniors Jordan Wax and Garrett Dickson got the job done on the mound for the Hawks.

The two also contributed at the plate, with Wax getting two hits, driving in a run and scoring a run. Dickson had a single, triple, run scored and two RBIs. Freshman Bobby Duffy had a double, two singles, three runs and two RBIs.

Bobcats pound Patriots

Bel Air (4-3) and host John Carroll were locked in a tight, 2-1, game Tuesday when Bobcats junior centerfielder Liam Bowers stepped in. Bowers blasted a grand slam to quickly push the Bobcats ahead, 6-1, en route to an 11-2 non-league win.

Jack Rhodes, 2-for-2 with four RBIs and a double, added a three-run shot for the Bobcats in the sixth, extending the lead to 10-1.

Juniors Evan Thatcher and Jonah Einsig combined on the pitching win.

Other score

Joppatowne (2-10) won at Harford Christian, 18-3, Tuesday in non-league play.


Jake Edwards had two RBIs for Harford Christian.

Harford County’s “Choose Civility” campaign kicked off with a breakfast event at the Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp on Wednesday.