Patterson Mill takes Bo Manor to softball extra innings twice before falling, 4-3 and 5-0

Havre de Grace's Destiny Roth reacts to the cheers from her teammates during Tuesday's game against Harford Tech at Stancill Park in Havre de Grace.
Havre de Grace's Destiny Roth reacts to the cheers from her teammates during Tuesday's game against Harford Tech at Stancill Park in Havre de Grace. (Matt Button / The Aegis)

The Patterson Mill softball team dropped a pair of games against two-time defending Class 1A state champion Bo Manor this week.

The latest loss came at Bo Manor (10-0, 15-1) on Wednesday, a 4-3 loss in nine innings of UCBAC Chesapeake Division play.


Dakota Pitts got the start and went all nine innings, giving up two earned runs, on five hits and a walk. She struck out 12.

The Huskies (8-3, 12-3) were led offensively by Madison Knight, who went 2-4 with a run, Bea Orsini, 1-2 with two runs; and Mackenzie Horton, 1-3 with a triple and RBI.

Maddie Buher and Tara Caprinolo also added hits in the game.

For the Eagles, Maddie Penta hit a two-run home run in the sixth to send the game into the extra innings for a second straight day.

On Tuesday, Patterson Mill battled visiting Bo Manor to a scoreless tie through seven innings of play.

The Eagles, though, scored five runs in the eighth inning to beat the Huskies, 5-0.

Freshman pitcher Knight took the mound for the Huskies went all eight innings, giving up two earned runs, on four hits and two walks. She fanned 10.

Offensively, the Huskies mustered just two hits from Caprinolo and Pitts.

Penta, the junior pitching phenom and Auburn University commit, had two of the four Bo Manor hits.

Bobcats beat Mustangs

Bel Air (7-4, 9-4) shut down visiting C. Milton Wright (4-5, 6-5), 6-0, in Chesapeake play Wednesday.

Kat Perea took the mound for the Bobcats and pitched all seven innings, allowing no runs on four hits and striking out three.

Offensively, Bel Air whittled away at the Mustangs, scoring a run in the second, three in the third, one in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Offensive highlights include: Peyton Hale, 2-4, RBI; Perea, 1-3, walk, run; Emma Sanza, 2-3, walk, two RBIs, three runs; Lindsey Martino, 1-2, walk, RBI; Alayna LeVee, 2-3; and Arianna Dramis, 1-3, two RBIs.

Patriots win big

John Carroll won at Mount de Sales, 14-4, Wednesday.


Emma Kropkowski pitched six innings for the win, allowing eight hits. She struck out four.

John Carroll had 16 hits, including five home runs. Emma Ritter went 4-4 with two long balls and five RBIs. Jules Donnelly was 3-4 and also had with two home runs and five RBIs. Kropkowski and Kyleigh Waugh also had multiple hits including a home run by Waugh.

Two stellar defensive diving plays by Shannon Sweeney in left field to kill Mount de Sales rallies, noted John Carroll coach Sherry Hudson.

Hawks beat Tigers

North Harford (4-6, 7-7) clobbered host Rising Sun (1-9, 2-10), 18-3, Wednesday in Chesapeake play.

Lila Murray led the offense with four singles and three RBIs. Jess Smith added a single and two RBIs and Madi Greaver, walked, singled, doubled and drove in three runs.

Morgan Buckland singled and drove in three, while Shannon Castillo and Lauren Brandis also had two RBIs each.

Dani Becker struck out three in the win.

Rams lose

Edgewood (4-7, 6-8) lost at Elkton (10-1, 10-4), 16-6, in six innings of Susquehanna Division play on Wednesday.

Collecting RBIs for the Rams were Katie Sohn (2), Emily Logue, Bela Delcostello, Jada Stump and Angelica Sauer.

Warriors beat Cobras

Havre de Grace (5-7, 5-11) was also in the win column Tuesday, beating visiting Harford Tech (4-6, 4-8), 12-7, in a Susquehanna Division game.

The Warriors scored multiple runs in three different innings, highlighted by a five-run outburst in the third, after falling behind, 1-0.

Emily Wolf paced the Warriors offense with three singles, an RBI and two runs scored. Kara Lynch added two singles, two runs, an RBI and stolen base and Katy Brooks also had two singles, two RBIs and two runs scored.

Also, Taryn Kitts had one single; Emily Curry had a single and two runs; Bailey Swart had a single, run and RBI; Hannah Thomas had a single and two RBI; and Destiny Roth added a single.

Natiah Turner was hit by pitch and drew three walks, which resulted in two runs and Jenna Koop also walked and scored.

Wolf collected the win, pitching a complete game. She allowed seven hits and two walks, while striking out eight.

Patriots get win

John Carroll rolled past Catholic for a 20-4 win Tuesday.

Waugh collected the win, allowing four hits and striking out five over five innings.

The Patriots racked up 13 hits, led by Waugh and Ritter, who had four hits and three and two RBIs, respectively. Ritter led the way with three doubles and a triple.

Donnelly and Courtney Hartman also had multiple hits on the day.

Other Tuesday scores

Fallston (6-4, 6-6) lost to visiting North East (9-1, 10-2), 5-2, in Susquehanna play and Joppatowne (0-9, 0-9) fell at Elkton (9-1, 9-4), 14-0, in Susquehanna play.