Brianna Fleischmann's RBI single scored Meyers to give the Bobcats a 1-0 lead. Winning pitcher Gwen Markowski (10 strikeouts) made it stand until the top of the seventh.
Aberdeen, which out-hit Bel Air, 8-7, had pecked away all day with nothing to show for it. That changed in the seventh.
Opposing pitcher Emily Nance led off with a single for the Eagles and two outs later, Demoni Moore (4-4) collected her fourth hit of the game to drive in courtesy runner Sydney Hash with the tie run.
"It was a good feeling, we stayed in the game, but we still lost," Moore said. "It was kind of easy, I just stayed focused on the ball," she added about her big day at the plate. "I used some tips that my batting coach gave me."
The celebration was short-lived. Kat Perea, who scored the winning run, led off the bottom of the seventh with a single to left, but ended up at third when the ball scooted under the glove of the Aberdeen outfielder.
Pugh followed with an RBI bloop triple down the right field line to send the Bobcats into the win column.
Morgan Dvorak, Perea and Pugh had two hits each for the Bobcats. Nance pitched good enough to win, allowing seven hits and striking out three.
Hawks blank Patriots
North Harford improved to 3-0 Wednesday with a win in three straight days. The Hawks jumped out to an early lead on John Carroll and cruised to a 12-0 victory in five innings. The loss dropped the Patriots to 1-1.
Krista Hiser went the distance for the Hawks in the circle, giving up one hit, walking one and striking out eight. Kristin Stiles led the Hawks offensively, smacking two triples and scoring three runs.
Leah Dubois pitched a complete game, striking out five while allowing 13 hits. The Warriors committed five errors.
Fulton leads Mustangs
C. Milton Wright broke into the new softball season Tuesday with a win over visiting Westminster.
Senior Morghan Fulton led the way for the Mustangs, pitching and hitting the Mustangs to the 7-2 win.
Fulton fanned seven batters and allowed no earned runs, while scattering six hits. At the plate, Fulton was even more dominant. She belted a two-run homer in the third and then drove in another pair with a sixth inning double. Fulton finished with three hits in four at bats, five RBIs and was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle.