Brooks eventually walked as well, but Sargent, who struck out 11 in the win, struck out the next batter to end the inning.
Sargent then retired the final six batters in order, while North East pushed across three more runs in the sixth inning.
The Indians strung together five consecutive singles to produce three runs. McDilda drove in two with a long single to center field.
Wolf took the loss for Havre de Grace. She gave up 11 hits and two walks, while striking out four.
“They are a good team and she had a lot of movement which caused us a lot of struggles,” Warriors coach Austyn Ripken said. “Until that one inning we were right there, the wheels fell off.”
Huskies beat Tigers
Patterson Mill (3-1, 6-1) beat host Rising Sun (0-3, 1-3), 9-3, Monday in Chesapeake Division play.
Freshman Madison Knight got the start and a chance to rebound off her first loss and she rose to the task. Knight went the distance, allowing an earned run on three hits, and a walk. She struck out seven.
The Huskies were highlighted offensively by Dakota Pitts, who went 2-3 with a double, home run, sacrifice fly and run scored.
Allie Cichocki went 3-4 with a double, run and RBI and Mackenzie Horton and Caroline Michaels both went 2-4 with runs and RBIs;.
Adriana Brown, Maddie Buher, Tara Caprinolo and Bea Orsini also all had hits.
Cougars beat Cobras
Fallston (3-2, 3-4) won at Harford Tech (1-4, 1-6) Monday, 13-3, in Susquehanna play.
Allison Strohman pitched a complete game with 14 strikeouts and two walks. She also aided herself at the plate, going 3-4 with three RBIs.
Natalie Webster was 3-3 with a walk, sacrifice bunt, two doubles and a triple. Webster also had three RBIs.
Rams lose to Elks
Edgewood (1-4, 3-5) was beaten 15-1 in six innings by visiting Elkton (4-0, 4-3) in Susquehanna play.
Tatyana Sanchez struck out one in the loss. McKayla Nelson had the Rams lone RBI.