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Softball: CMW, HdG, North Harford, Aberdeen, Patterson Mill, Tech win on Monday

The C. Milton Wright Mustangs bumped their record to 3-1 overall Monday with a 12-2 win over the visiting North East Indians.

The game was halted after the top of the fifth under the 10-run mercy rule.

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Trailing 2-0 after North East raced out to the lead with two runs in the top of the first, CMW scored four runs in the bottom half to take the lead.

Jessica Canami was 3-for-3 with a double, four RBIs and three runs, while teammate MacKenzie Fitzgerald was 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and three RBIs.

CMW starter Brittany Stein picked up the pitching win.

Mustangs beat Bel Air

On Friday, playing their third game in as many days, the CMW girls cruised to a 12-1 victory over the host Bel Air Bobcats.

The crosstown rivalry was halted after five innings by the 10-run mercy rule.

The Mustangs scored three times in the second inning, then exploded for eight runs in the third. Bel Air scored its lone tally in the home half of the third, while CMW capped scoring for the day with one run in the fourth.

Lindsay Resnik had CMW's hottest bat, going 3-for-4 with a triple, five RBIs and one stolen base.

Canami and Kayleigh Allender both went 2-for-4 in the victory, while Alicia McMahon went 2-for-3 and scored two runs. Emily Luzetsky went 1-for-2 with one RBI. Canami and Luzetsky each stole a pair of bases.

Bel Air's only run came on an RBI single from Jenn Schofield that pushed across Kacey Maccubbin.

Havre de Grace wins twice

Playing on the road Monday, the Havre de Grace Warriors cruised to an 18-1 victory over Edgewood.

The Warriors scored eight times in the opening inning, posted three runs in the third, notched six tallies in the fourth and scored once more in the fifth. Edgewood's lone run came in the fifth inning.

The game was called after five innings under the 10-run mercy rule.

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Riley Arnold led the Warrior charge, going 3-for-4 with a triple, three RBIs and three runs. Rebecca Ashman was 1-for-3 with one RBI and scored three times in the win, while teammate Taylor Smith went 1-for-3 with three runs and one stolen base.

Havre de Grace's Megan Thompson was 2-for-4 with a triple, two RBIs and three runs, while fellow Warrior Tori Caine finished 1-for-3 with three RBIs and one run.

Emily Lewis had a big game for the Warriors, bashing out three singles, knocking in two RBIs and scoring once, while Kaitlyn Husfelt went 1-for-2 with one RBI and one run. Kayla Vaughn was 1-for-1 with one RBI and one run, while Dana Teufer earned one walk and scored once in the win.

Hayley Kitts went the distance on the mound, striking out seven Edgewood hitters, allowing two hits and surrendering one earned run to grab a win.

On Friday, the Warriors bounced back from a tough season-opening loss by dropping the Patterson Mill Huskies, 11-5.

Trailing 3-2 heading into the fifth, the Warriors exploded for five runs to take a 7-3 advantage, then pumped out four more runs in the following inning to go up, 11-3.

Patterson Mill posted two runs in the bottom half of the seventh before Havre de Grace closed the door.

Smith went 2-for-5 with a solo home run in the first inning, a single and two runs scored.

Rebecca Ashman helped the winning cause, going 3-for-5 with three singles and two runs, and Thompson wrapped up 1-for-4 day with a double, two runs, one RBI and one walk.

Caine was 1-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored and three RBIs. Lewis was 3-for-4 with a triple, two singles, two runs and one RBI in the victory, while teammate Kelsey McRoberts went 1-for-4 with a single and one RBI. Kitts and Teufer each scored once for the Warriors.

Kitts made the start for Havre de Grace and went three innings, striking out two and allowing five hits. Thompson thew four innings of hitless relief, racking up six strikeouts and issuing two walks.

Eagles over Elkton, Perry Hall

The Aberdeen Eagles won Monday, handing the visiting Elkton Golden Elks a 15-7 loss.

Sophomore hurler Victoria Phelps went the distance for Aberdeen, allowing two earned runs on nine hits, striking out three and issuing four walks.

Sarah Tyc was the Eagles' top offensive contributor, going 4-for-5 with a triple, three RBIs, two runs and four stolen bases. Sam Shatto helped out the winning side, going 3-for-4 with a homer, three RBIs, three runs and one steal.

In the sixth inning of their game Thursday, the visiting Eagles rallied for five runs, posting a 9-8 comeback victory.

In the seventh, Aberdeen reliever Natalie Rymarz shut the door on the hosts, retiring the side to pick up the win. Over four innings of work, Rymarz held the Gators to three hits, two walks and zero runs.

Tyc led the Eagles at the plate, going 4-for-5 with four singles, two RBIs and one run.

Phelps and Rebecca Roberts each collected three hits in the victory. Rymarz, Ginger Williams and Kaysha Davis each had two hits.

Hawks split

North Harford topped the visiting Bo Manor Eagles, 9-4, Monday in Pylesville.

Melissa Doering was 3-for-4 with three runs and two RBIs, while fellow Hawks Emily Briggs had two hits, two runs, one RBI and one walk.

Picking up the pitching win was Amanda Roberts, who tossed four innings of hitless relief.

Playing on their home field Friday afternoon, the Hawks suffered a 3-1 defeat to the Rising Sun Tigers.

Amanda Roberts tossed five innings for North Harford, striking out five along the way.

Doering roped an RBI triple in the loss.

Huskies pound Mariners

Patterson Mill cruised to a 17-0 win Monday over host Joppatowne.

Hailey Horton and Becca Borowski combined to strike out nine Mariner hitters.

At the plate, Katie Sullivan led the Huskies with two hits, two RBIs and two runs. Sam Denson had two doubles, one base hit and scored three times in the victory.

Tech beats Fallston, Joppa

The Harford Tech Cobras grabbed a road victory Monday with a 7-4 defeat of the Fallston Cougars.

Sarah North and Alyssa Hockaday both ripped one double for the Cobras.

The Cougars' hot bat belonged to Sam Day, who hit a triple and a double.

On Friday, the Cobras won their road contest with Joppatowne, 18-3.

Hockaday, Rhonda Mahaley and Ashley Beaver each ripped a double in the victory.

Bobcats whitewashed

The Bel Air Bobcats were held hitless and scoreless Monday, losing, 11-0 on the road to the Rising Sun Tigers.

Cougars maul Eagles

Fallston earned a road victory Friday with a 16-3 drubbing of the Aberdeen Eagles.

The game was halted after five innings under the 10-run mercy rule.

Fallston's Jess Lee was perfect at the plate, going 5-for-5, while teammate Lauren Pupa ripped two triples. Alex Zorbach belted out a double for the Cougars.

CMW wins Thursday

Playing Thursday in their second game in 24 hours, the CMW girls bounced back from a season opening loss to top the visiting Broadneck Bruins, 6-3.

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The CMW lineup had 14 hits over six innings.

CMW starter Brittany Stein earned the win, going five innings and holding the Bruins scoreless on five hits.

In the home half of the first, Resnik belted a leadoff single, then came around to score the opening run on Caroline Weimer's RBI double. Weimer later scored on MacKenzie Fitzgerald's base hit to make the score 2-0.

In the second, CMW's Holli Rutkowski reached on a double, then moved over to third on Payton Poss's single up the middle and finally scored when Canami hit into an RBI fielder's choice.

Weimer, who went 3-for-4 on the day with a double, two runs and one RBI, led off CMW's half of third with base hit, then scored the Mustangs' fourth run on Rutkowski's second double of the afternoon

Canami made the score, 5-0, in the fourth, reaching on a triple, then motoring home on Allender's two-bagger.

After the Bruins posted their first run in the top of the sixth, the Mustangs answered with their final tally in the home half of the inning, with Canami reaching on a one-out single, then scoring once again courtesy of a double by Allender.

Broadneck scored twice in the top of the seventh, but the Mustangs were able to close the door before the visitors could get any closer.

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