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Fallston @ C.M. Wright

WHEN -- Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- Fallston was on a roll before getting shut out against Rising Sun, 2-0, last week. Lisa Bilksi, The Sun's Athlete of the Week last week, has sparked the Cougars in recent games. C.M. Wright has gotten some good pitching from Brittany Walter (9-0 shutout of Rising Sun) and plen ty of offense.

THE SUN'S PICK -- Fallston


Aberdeen @ Patterson Mill

WHEN -- Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- This could wind up be ing the final battle for first place in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Susquehanna Division. Patterson Mill has been one of the spring's biggest surprises, losing only one match (to Cardinal Gibbons) and going undefeated in conference play despite having a team composed of freshmen and sophomores. Patter son Mill was undefeated in UCBAC play (6-0) through last Wednesday, just ahead of Aberdeen (7-1), so an Eagles win would put them in the driver's seat. They moved to 7-1 with an impressive victory over Perryville last week.

THE SUN'S PICK -- Patterson Mill


Fallston @ C.M. Wright

WHEN -- Wednesday, 7 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- The Fallston offense has been tough to shut down this season. Luke Raab got six goals in the Cougars' 16-8 rout of North Harford, and freshman Andy Thrasher added five more. The big question is if the Mustangs can keep up on offense. They've put up some big numbers at times, such as their 16-6 win over Bel Air. The key is how much success the Mustangs find in slowing the Fallston offense.

THE SUN'S PICK -- Fallston

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