There were just two softball games that beat the weather Monday, but both teams - Patterson Mill and Edgewood - were losers in that action.

Patterson Mill (6-10) was beaten by visiting Loch Raven, 12-4, in non-league play.


Lacey Breeden paced the Huskies efforts, going 4-for-4 with a double, triple, run scored and RBI. Abby Laurentius went 2-for-2 with two walks and a run scored.

Mia Godbey reached base safely 2-of-3 times and scored a run and Sarah DiNatale went 1-for-4 with a run and RBI.

Katie Williams went the distance for the loss, allowing five earned runs and striking out four.

Rams lose

Edgewood (4-12) lost to visiting Kenwood, 12-2, in five innings of non-league play.

Amanda Sullivan took the loss, but added a triple offensively. Jada Stump and Lexi Buchanan had RBIs.

Cougars beat Warriors

Fallston (8-6, 8-8) defeated visiting Havre de Grace (9-5, 9-7), 13-6, Friday in the final Susquehanna Division game for both.

Allisyn Evans pitched the complete game, striking out five. She walked four, gave up six hits and six runs (five earned).

Harley Nutt had a perfect day, going 3-for-3 with two walks, two runs and three RBIs, while Cierra Hohman went 3-for-4, with a walk, run, and two RBIs.

Issy Newkirk went 3-for-5 with three runs and an RBI, while Taylor Brown was 2-for-4 with a walk, two runs and two RBIs.

Isabelle Cochran drove in two runs, while Katelyn Delaney scored three runs and drove in one.

Havre de Grace, which has battled injury and player numbers throughout the season, faced a new challenge Friday. Starting the game with just nine players, the Warriors were forced to juggle the lineup and play all but one out with eight players due to a family emergency.

Hailey Emerson had a single, walk and two runs scored and Bri Morlok had two singles and two runs scored. Olivia DuBois added two singles and Tori Lawrence doubled and scored one run.


Sara Crawford pitched the first five innings, giving up 16 hits and nine walks. She struck out five.

Lawrence tossed one inning allowing three walks and one hit.

Panthers blank Bobcats

Bel Air (3-9, 5-9) closed its Chesapeake Division schedule Friday with a 10-0, five-inning loss to visiting and undefeated Perryville.

Five of the Panthers runs were earned. Gwen Markowski took the loss.

Bel Air had just two hits, both singles, by Markowski and Brianna Fleischmann.

Indians beat Rams

Edgewood (4-10) closed out Susquehanna play as well Friday, losing at North East in five innings, 13-1.

Lexi Buchanan took the loss. Amanda Sullivan tripled for the Rams and Bethany Oliver had the lone RBI.