Eagles catcher Emma Zimmerman led the offense, going 2-2 with a single, home run and 4 RBIs. Karleigh Johnson was 4-5 with a single, two doubles and a home run.
Fallston stats were not provided.
Indians beat Rams
Edgewood (1-1, 3-2) was beaten 12-2 in six innings Monday by visiting North East (2-0, 3-1) in Susquehanna play.
Brooke Greaver hit two triples and drove in a run. Jada Stump added a double.
Mustangs blank Panthers
Freshman pitcher Miranda Badham tossed a one-hitter, striking out eight, to lead C. Milton Wright (1-0, 2-0) past visiting Perryville (0-1, 1-2), 4-0, Friday in the UCBAC Chesapeake Division opener for both teams.
“We have a mix of age and youth, if that makes sense at this stage of life, and a lot of it has to do with chemistry,” Mustangs coach Jim French said. “It’s still early in the season.”
The game was scoreless in the bottom the third inning when CMW scored its first run. Badham, who was hit by pitch, came around to score later on Emily Rutkowski’s fielder’s choice.
The Panthers, whose lone hit was an infield hit by Abbie James in the fourth, had runners at first and second with no outs to begin the game, but Badham, who walked both, got the next three batters out.
Badham then retired 10 of the next 11 batters, leading to the James hit in the fourth.
The score was still 1-0, with Perryville coming to bat in the sixth. Kris Gardner walked and Natalie Daugherty grounded back to Badham, but Badham’s throw to second for the force out was low and errant.
Badham struck out the next batter, but James’ slow roller to third loaded the bases when Gardner beat CMW third baseman Megan Marshall to the bag.
That loaded the bases for the Panthers with one out, but Badham got the next hitter, Brynn Price, to ground into a catcher unassisted to first base double play.
The Mustangs then added three runs in the bottom of the sixth to blow the game open. Lexi Childress and Cassidy Cochran (two hits) opened the inning with consecutive singles. Megan Thomas was then hit by pitch to load the bases.
Marshall, who also had two hits, hit a fly ball to right, off the fielder's glove, to plate Childress. Badham walked to force in Cochran and Skylar Little delivered a sacrifice fly to center to drive in Thomas with the final run.
“It definitely gives us a lot more confidence going into the season, stepping up from last week especially,” Marshall said.
“This was a great experience for the girls playing against someone of Madison Penta's caliber, needless to say nerves got the best of them in the box and carried over into the field,” Warriors coach Austyn Ripken said.