The Reservoir softball team, which clinched the county championship last week, finished its season undefeated with a 7-1 win over visiting Mt. Hebron (7-4) on Wednesday.
Reservoir (11-0) was led by pitchers Kylee Gunkel and Maggie Frisvold, who combined to strike out 11 batters in seven innings. Gunkel punched out seven and allowed one run and one hit in five innings, while Frisvold sat down four in two scoreless frames.
The Gators scored a run in both the second and third innings before plating five in the fourth inning. Four different Gators drove in runs at the plate. Kayla Ecker led the lineup with two RBIs, while Frisvold, Courtney Johnson and Maddy Davis each drove in one run apiece.
The biggest hits at the plate came from Reservoir’s Alyssa Kelly, who tripled, and Mt. Hebron’s Erin Behel, who hit a solo homer in the fourth for the Vikings’ lone run and hit.
Both teams now await their playoff seedings for the MPSSAA region playoffs, which being Monday.
Reservoir 7, Mt. Hebron 1
…...... 123 456 7 — R H E
MH — 000 100 0 — 1 1 1
Re — 011 500 x — 7 10 0
W: Re — K. Gunkel; L: MH — Em. Behel.
3B: Re — A. Kelly.
HR: MH — Er. Behel.
SB: MH — Little.
OTHER SOFTBALL SCORES:
Wilde Lake 16, Oakland Mills 0
The Wildecats’ bats were hot from the first pitch, scoring two or more runs in each of the first four innings to beat the Scorpions (0-10) in five innings. At 7-4, Wilde Lake ends the regular season with a winning record for the first time since 2001.
Erin Conover and Nokomis Styers combined to throw a shutout with nine strikeouts. Conover, who also had two RBIs at the plate, punched out five in three innings, while Styers struck out four in two frames.
Morgan Baird (three hits and two RBIs) and Clare Bowen (three walks and three RBIs) led the Wildecats at the plate. Veronica Goode chipped in with two hits and two RBIs, while Justyce Richard had a hit, three runs and two RBIs. Heather McQueeney also hit a home run in her second straight game, this time delivering an inside-the-park homer as part of a 1-4 day that included two runs scored.
WL — 365 20 — 16 10 1
OM — 000 00 — 0 3 2
Mt. Hebron 4, Reservoir 3 (8 inn.)
The Vikings (4-7) ended their four-game losing streak with the extra-inning triumph over the Gators (5-6). Liam Anderson’s single that scored Tyler Goladay in the eighth inning was the difference. Also leading Hebron at the plate was Cooper Baer (2 for 4, RBI), Mike Brogno (1 for 4, double, RBI) and Sam Kelly (1 for 2, two walks). For Reservoir, Johnny Welch (2 for 4, RBI), Ryan Knisley (2 for 4, RBI) and Travis Thompson (1 for 4, RBI) had solid days at the plate.
MH — 300 000 01 — 4 5 1
Re — 200 010 00 — 3 8 3
Oakland Mills 12, Wilde Lake 7
The Scorpions (1-9) scored five runs in the second inning and four in the fourth to defeat the Wildecats (1-9) for their first victory of the season.
Meadows started off Oakland Mills’ scoring in the second with a solo home run. Andrew Kell then hit a two-out grand slam to give the Scorps a 5-1 lead.
Kiyon Pitts doubled home two runs in the fourth. Heath Franklin then singled home a run and later came home on a wild pitch.
In the fifth, Tyler Miles doubled home a run and Kell singled home two more. Kell totaled six RBIs in the win.
Meadows was solid on the mound for Oakland Mills, allowing two runs (one earned) in four innings to earn the win. He was aided by his defense turning a double play in each of the first three innings.
Cameron Canter threw the last three innings with five strikeouts for the save. Wilde Lake attempted a comeback by scoring four in the sixth, but Canter, who also reached base in all four plate appearances with three walks and a hit by pitch, closed the door with a scoreless seventh.
WL — 101 014 0 — 7 6 4
OM — 050 421 x — 12 8 1
Mt. Hebron 22, Atholton 7
The Vikings (4-3) had six players score multiple goals on the way to the road win over the Raiders (4-2). Haley Kampert (12 draw controls, 2 goals) provided all-around play in the midfield to help lead the way.
Ashley Unkenholz (4 goals, 3 assists), Jessie Barke (4 goals, assist), Peyton Sims (3 goals), Caroline Mullaney (3 goals) and Michelle Pak (2 goals, 2 assists) were the offensive leaders for Mt. Hebron.
Kendall Dean and Taylor McManus scored three goals apiece to lead the way for Atholton.
Goals: MH — Jessie Barke 4, Ashley Unkenholz 4, Caroline Mullaney 3, Peyton Sims 3, Haley Kampert 2, Michelle Pak 2, Kate Webb 2, Audrey Harrington 1, Ellie Smith 1; A — Kendall Dean 3, Taylor McManus 3, Layna Meyerpeter 1.
Assists: MH — Unkenholz 3, Harrington 2, Sophia Hogle 2, Pak 2, Barke 1, Webb 1; A — N/A.
Saves: MH — Natalie Connell 8; A — N/A.
Marriotts Ridge 15, Howard 9 (June 1)
Maisy Clevenger scored four goals to lead the Mustangs (5-1) to the win over the Lions (1-5) on Tuesday.
Goals: MR — Clevenger 4, Merrill 3, Lettinga 2, L. Fisher 2, Huelskamp 2, Held, C. Albert; Ho — Hume 3, Wiechert 2, Anthony 2, Brothers, Lockwood.
Assists: MR — Merrill, L. Fisher, C. Albert; Ho — N/A.
Saves: MR — Hejeebu 7; Ho — N/A.
Halftime: 10-3, MR.
TRACK & FIELD:
Half of the county’s track teams competed Wednesday in a meet at Mt. Hebron. Ahtolton won the boys meet, while Mt. Hebron won the girls competition.
Mt. Hebron’s Garcelle Pierre was the top girls performer, winning gold medals in the in the 100-meter dash and as a member of the Vikings’ first-place finishing 4x100- and 4x200-meter relays. Other double-winners on the girls side were Mt. Hebron’s Arayana Ladson (100 hurdles and long jump), Jordan Foster (4x100 and triple jump) and Sameena Mathew (200 and 4x200).
The top boys performer was Atholton’s Jamel Mins, who won gold medals in both the 100 and 200. The only other boys double-winner was Mt. Hebron’s Jason Taylor (300 hurdles and 4x200).
Girls: 1. Mt. Hebron 193; 2. Oakland Mills 80; 3. Atholton 73; 4. Glenelg 59; 5. Long Reach 48; 6. Hammond 30.
Boys: 1. Atholton 122; 2. Oakland Mills 107; 3. Mt. Hebron 98; 4. Hammond 70; 5. Long Reach 55; 6. Glenelg 50.
Girls: 100-meter dash: Garcelle Pierre, Mt. Hebron, :12.53; 200: Sameena Mathew, Mt. Hebron, :25.52; 400: Alexandra Carrico, Mt. Hebron, 1:04; 100 hurdles: Arayana Ladson, Mt. Hebron, :17.44; 300 hurdles: Morgan Lane, Hammond, :48.94; 800: Brooke Birckhead, Glenelg, 2:32; 1,600: Caroline McCaffrey, Mt. Hebron, 5:48; 3,200: Aanchal Kasargod, Atholton, 11:52; 4x100 relay: Mt. Hebron (Lauren Madden, Jordan Foster, Jadyn Hughes, Pierre), :52.55; 4x200: Mt. Hebron (Mathew, Pierre, Lauren Madden, Jadyn Hughes), 1:46; 4x400: Hammond (Lydia Morales, Natalie Biederman, Angelina Taylor, Jordan Hall), 4:50; 4x800: Atholton (Delaney Hammill, Michelle Kavka, Caroline Perret, Neve Schulmeyer), 10:56; Discus: Katherine Wood, Atholton, 88 feet-5 inches; Shot put: Annabelle Gannon, Glenelg, 25-9.5; High jump: Ciara Amon-Nicholls, Long Reach, 4-7; Long jump: Ladson, 16-1; Triple jump: Foster, 35-1.
Boys: 100: Jamel Mins, Atholton, :11.13; 200: Mins, :22.8; 400: Timothy Cherry, Glenelg, :52.18; 110 hurdles: Jaylen Griffin, Hammond, :17.46; 300 hurdles: Jason Taylor, Mt. Hebron, :43.07; 800: Alejandro Cabrera, Long Reach, 2:11; 1,600: Cameron Hindle, Long Reach, 4:35; 3,200: Christian Brower, Long Reach, 10:18; 4x100: Oakland Mills (Trevin McHargh, Quincy Julien, Judson Lincoln IV, Shane King), :42.94; 4x200: Mt. Hebron (Justin Evans, Taylor, Preston Henry, Aaron Abedin), 1:32; 4x400: Hammond (Michael Agyeman, Jordan Campbell, Kyle Burke, Jeremiah Sarfo), 3:55; 4x800: Atholton (Owen Gardner, Vinay Kumar, Garry Diba, Ethan Mulcahy, 9:17; Discus: Miguel Moran, Atholton, 133-5; Shot put: Terry Tun, Mt. Hebron, 38-5; High jump: Adrian Nwakalor, Atholton, 6-0; Long jump: Kylik Perry, Oakland Mills, 20-7; Triple jump: Aki Harvey, Oakland Mills, 40-6.
Reservoir 4, Mt. Hebron 1
No. 1 singles: Guy Scafidi, MH def. Edwin Brown, Re (8-4)
No. 2 singles: Vilo Battabrealli, Re def. Sion Mathew, MH (8-5)
No. 1 doubles: Josh Cari and Yari Armond, Re def. Andrew Lee and Jeff Li, MH (8-5)
No. 2 doubles: Jared Carino and Haider Hussain, Re def. Ethan Doan and Mason Doan, MH (8-5)
No. 3 doubles: William Tao and Clark Anglin, Re def. Jack Lovas and Sumant Melta, MH (8-1)
Oakland Mills 4, Wilde Lake 1
No. 1 singles: Hughes Charles, WL def. Luke Carlsen, OM (8-3)
No. 2 singles: Naod Asres, OM def. Maddox Cresluk, WL (7-1, WL retired)
No. 1 doubles: Jaeden Henry and Joel Pazin, OM def. Matthew Batmakh and Noah Begley, WL (8-1)
No. 2 doubles: Brayden Awuku and Matthew Prempeh, OM def. Don Asgedam and Des Adeyemi, WL (8-4)
No. 3 doubles: Ethan Neylan and Allen Simon, OM def. Jonathan Monah and Savanmanreach Ek, WL (8-1)
Mt. Hebron 3, Reservoir 2
No. 1 singles: Trinetra Vijayakumar, MH def. Alanna Ro, Re (8-0)
No. 2 singles: Nicole Carino, Re def. Bonnie Vess, MH (8-6)
No. 1 doubles: Gia Santos and Grace Tao, Re def. Julia Kimack and Shavani Varia, MH (9-7)
No. 2 doubles: Shrinidhi Abaddi and Mira Tadimalla, MH def. Lexi Lee and Laren Yhim, Re (8-3)
No. 3 doubles: Sophie Kreyling and Harini Devireddy, MH def. Kaitlyn Ro and Philana Hin, Re (8-2)
Wilde Lake 4, Oakland Mills 1
No. 1 singles: Kristina Staussi, WL def. Ella Kerechin, OM
No. 2 singles: Sajana McLaughlin, WL wins by forfeit
No. 1 doubles: Johanna Shin and Kate Kulesza, WL def. Samantha Mosley and Erinn Kaiser, OM (9-7)
No. 2 doubles: Estella Brummell and Margaret Kato, OM def. Safe Riverde and Madison Hays, WL (8-6)
No. 3 doubles: Logan Bitner-Parish and Sar Haghighat, WL wins by forfeit