The C. Milton Wright softball team did what no other UCBAC team had been able to do this season: beat Bo Manor.

The Mustangs (6-4, 10-6) traveled to Bo Manor (10-1, 13-2) Monday to battle the Eagles and after a game dominated by pitching, CMW was a 2-1 winner.


The pitching was top-notch on both sides as Bo Manor freshman Madison Penta struck out 14, gave up three hits and three walks. She also hit a batter.

CMW's Emily Kim, however, topped Penta' performance, giving up just one hit and a walk, striking out 11.

The game was scoreless going into the bottom of the sixth when Taylor Abshagen doubled for Bo Manor's only hit. A CMW error followed and Kim's only walk then loaded the bases.

Rachel Jones delivered a sacrifice fly RBI with one out that scored the Eagles run.

The Mustangs then won it with two-run, wild seventh inning rally. Cassidy Cochran fouled off several pitches before earning a walk to begin the inning. A throwing error on Michelle Cisco's ensuing sacrifice bunt, sent the ball deep enough into the outfield that it allowed Cochran to score the tying run.

Cisco was moved to third on a Megan Thomas sacrifice bunt and then scored the go-ahead and eventual winning run when she raced home on a slow roller bunt off the bat of Skylar Little.

Kim then took the ball for the bottom of the seventh inning. She induced a shallow pop fly to first before closing the game with two strikeouts.

Eagles blank Elks

Aberdeen (10-1, 11-2) moved a step closer to the Susquehanna Division title Monday with its 3-0 shutout at Elkton (8-2, 8-5).

Mackense Greico tossed a one-hitter, walking one and striking out 17.

Emma Zimmerman led the offense, going 3-for-4 with a double, run scored and RBI.

DeMoni Moore (triple, run) and Greico (run, RBI) were both 1-for-4. Caroline Kragh added an RBI.

Bobcats beat Indians

Bel Air (7-4, 11-4) defeated visiting North East (2-6, 5-7), 5-2, in Chesapeake play Monday.


Amanda Criss was the winning pitcher for the Bobcats, who scored two in the fourth, two in the fifth and one in the sixth.

Gwen Markowski had two singles and two RBIs for the offense and Kat Perea hit a double. Peyton Hale also hit a double, while Katrina Thielhorn, Maddie Bosley, Brianna Fleischmann and Morgan Dvorak all had singles.

Rams beat Huskies

Edgewood (6-5, 6-7) visited Patterson Mill (7-5, 7-6) in Susquehanna play Monday and won, 8-2.

Amanda Sullivan allowed three hits and struck out five in the win. Lexi Buchanan and Alivia Warren had RBIs for Edgewood.

Huskies beat Warriors

Patterson Mill knocked off visiting Havre de Grace, 8-4, Friday in Susquehanna play.

Patterson Mill's eight runs were highlighted by a number of players. Lacey Breeden went 3-for-4 with a run scored and RBI, while Abby Laurentius went 2-for-4. Mackenzie Horton was 1-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI and Katie Keech was 1-for-2 with an RBI and two runs scored.

Also, Deanna Young went 2-for-3 with a double, run scored and RBI.

Katie Williams went the distance for the win, striking out eight and giving up two earned runs.

Cobras beat Cougars

Harford Tech also won in Susquehanna play Friday, beating host Fallston, 7-1.

Kaitlyn Delaney and Allison Evans each had two singles for the Cougars in the loss. Danielle Romberger added a single, a run scored and a walk.

Eileen Scheir and Taylor Brown also hit singles for Fallston.

Evans pitched all seven innings in the loss, giving up seven runs on 10 hits and a walk. She struck out five.

Mustangs blank Bobcats

Visiting C. Milton Wright blanked Bel Air, 2-0, Thursday in Chesapeake play.

Katie Murphy was the winning pitcher, while Amanda Criss took the loss for the Bobcats.

CMW scored both runs in the top of the seventh. The Bobcats out hit the Mustangs, 4-3, but defensive errors by the Bobcats in the final inning helped produce the two runs.

Murphy and Lexi Childress scored the CMW runs.